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Infinera: Integración Fotónica, presente y futuro. Manuel Morales, Director Técnico Infinera España y Portugal. Agenda. Challenges of Network Growth Photonic Integration: Moore’s Law for Bandwidth “Digital Optical Networking” Benefits Interesting references Summary.

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Infinera integraci n fot nica presente y futuro

Infinera: Integración Fotónica, presente y futuro.

Manuel Morales, Director Técnico Infinera España y Portugal


Agenda

Agenda

  • Challenges of Network Growth

  • Photonic Integration: Moore’s Law for Bandwidth

  • “Digital Optical Networking” Benefits

  • Interesting references

  • Summary


Bandwidth growth worldwide long haul dwdm

Bandwidth growth(Worldwide long-haul DWDM)

Source: Dell’Oro Group (1Q08 DWDM report)


Every year means more workload

Every Year Means More Workload

In

2012:

2010:

2009:

2013:

2008:

2011:

2014:

Add

3283Gb/s

5745Gb/s

200Gb/s

1876Gb/s

1072Gb/s

613Gb/s

350Gb/s

  • Space

  • Power

  • Operationalization

    • Installation

    • Provisioning

    • Reconfiguration

    • New services


Current paradigm doesn t scale

Current Paradigm Doesn’t Scale

  • If bandwidth grows 75% per year for 10 years…

  • Using 100G DWDM technology, the world’s long-haul optical networks will require…

    • 11 million DWDM transponders

    • 3.3 Gigawatts of electricity

      • 7 new midsized power plants

  • …and a carrier with 10% share of bandwidth will install 3,000 transponders per business day!

  • Requires 30x more technicians!


With conventional technology the model breaks

With Conventional Technology, the Model Breaks

1000000

10G Transponder

100000

40G Transponder

100G Transponder

# FRUs Deployed per Year

10000

ZONE OF MANAGABILITY

1000

100

2000

2002

2004

2006

2008

2010

2012

2014

2016

2018

2020


A disruption is required

A Disruption is Required

  • Need to simultaneously address:

    • Space

    • Power

    • Operationalization (install, provision, reconfigure, manage, deliver new services)

  • Current industry direction does not scale

    • Single-wave transponders insufficient, even @ 100G

    • “All Optical” complexity


Transponder based dwdm

Transponder-based DWDM

Transmit

Receive


Infinera s photonic integrated circuit innovation

Infinera’s Photonic Integrated Circuit innovation

100Gb/s Transmit

100Gb/s Receive

5mm

Transmit

  • Size, weight, power  Reliability 

  • Enables digital access to bandwidth: superior operationalization

Receive


To solve exponential bandwidth demand you need exponential supply

2004

2006

2008

2010

2012

2014

2016

2018

To Solve Exponential Bandwidth Demand, You Need Exponential Supply

I-PIC 4000

4Tb/s PIC

Double “bits per chip” every three years

I-PIC 2000

2Tb/s PIC

I-PIC 1000

1Tb/s PIC

Level of Integration

I-PIC 400

400G PIC

I-PIC 100

100G PIC


Pics allow continued internet growth

PICs Allow Continued Internet Growth

1000000

10G Transponder

100000

40G Transponder

100G Transponder

# FRUs Deployed per Year

10000

400Gb/s PIC

ZONE OF MANAGABILITY

2Tb/s PIC

1000

4Tb/s PIC

>30x reduction in

line cards deployed

100

2000

2002

2004

2006

2008

2010

2012

2014

2016

2018

2020


Bandwidth virtualization optics are decoupled from services

Bandwidth Virtualization:Optics are Decoupled from Services

Services see: Pool of reliable, connected, “colorless” bandwidth

“Digital ROADM”

Software

Digital logic

(ODU1 Switch Matrix + DVC)

DWDM Waves


Bandwidth virtualization in action

Waves are resources, used by services

Service layer need not consider or even be aware of optical parameters

Bandwidth Virtualization in Action

82.5G avail.

85G available

2.5G

130G avail.

127.5G avail.

60G available

20G available

55G available

52.5G available

127.5G available

125G available

85G available

Virtualization

20G available

22.5G available

65G available

105G available

42.5G available

40G available

40G


Infinera integraci n fot nica presente y futuro

Multi-vendor 100GbE Demo - Overview

100GBASE-SR10

Client optics

(Pre-standard IEEE 802.3ba)

Avago

Commercial LH network with Infinera DTN

100Gb/s

DWDM link

TAM connection

Optical loopback

NXTComm Booth (LV Convention Center)

Deployed LH network

LV Datacenter

100 GbE packet

generator/tester

n000km

TAM-1-100G

Ixia

Infinera DTN


Internet2 network

Internet2 Network


Internet 2 network philosophy

Internet 2 Network Philosophy

Optical Transport “Cloud”

UNI

UNI

10G “Port”

UNI

UNI

UNI

UNI

Option 2: GMPLS UNI automated provisioning

Option 1: Human provisioning


Heavy reading report photonic integration the future of optical networking

Heavy Reading Report:“Photonic Integration & the Future of Optical Networking”

“Photonic integration is the optical industry’s best hope for scaling to meet future bandwidth requirements while similarly reducing cost per bit.”


Infinera summary

Infinera Summary

  • Exponential growth demands

    exponential innovation

  • Photonic integration provides a solution…

    …and is now widely deployed

    • Tactical benefits: Size, weight, power, reliability

    • Strategic benefits: a Digital Optical Network for simpler, faster, more flexible operations


Gracias

Gracias


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