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OIF Overview

  • Launched in April of 1998 with an objective to foster development of low-cost and scaleable internet using optical technologies
  • The only industry group bringing together professionals from the data and optical worlds
  • Open forum: 170+ member companies
    • International
    • Carriers
    • Component and systems vendors
    • Testing and software companies
  • Our MissionTo foster the development and deployment of interoperable products and services for data switching and routing using optical networking technologies
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OIF Focus

  • Low-cost Scaleable Optical Internetworking
    • IP-Over-Switched Optical Network Architecture
    • Physical layer
      • Low-cost optical interfaces between networking elements
      • Standard device level electrical interfaces for low-cost systems
    • Control layer interoperability between data and optical layers
      • Dynamic configuration using IP signaling and control mechanisms
  • Accommodate legacy network under the new physical and control layer mechanisms
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  • Develop implementation agreements using
    • Carrier group’s requirements as input
    • Existing standards and specifications when available
    • Developing new when necessary
  • Develop interoperability testing procedure to ensure compliance and ultimately interoperable products and networks
  • Provide input into other standards bodies
oif directors officers
OIF Directors & Officers

Directors

  • Joe Berthold, Ciena

President

  • John McDonough, Cisco

Vice President

  • Tom Afferton, AT&T

Treasurer/ Secretary

  • Marco Carugi, Nortel

Board Member

  • Tom Palkert, Xilinx

Board Member

  • Vishnu Shukla, Verizon

Board Member

  • Doug Zuckerman, Telcordia

Board Member

Technical Committee

  • Steve Joiner, BookhamTechnologies

Chair

MA&E Committee

  • John D’Ambrosia, Tyco

Chair

oif and standards bodies
OIF and Standards Bodies
  • Established Liaisons With:
    • American National Standards Institute - ANSI T1
    • International Telecommunications Union - ITU-T
    • Internet Engineering Task Force - IETF
    • ATM Forum
    • IEEE 802.3ae 10 Gb Ethernet
    • Network Processing Forum - NPF
    • Metro Ethernet Forum – MEF
    • Rapid I/O
    • Tele Management Forum – TMF
    • XFP MSA Group
technical committee six working groups
Technical CommitteeSix Working Groups
  • Architecture & Signaling
    • Services, network requirements and architectures
    • Protocols for automatic setup of lightpaths
  • Carrier
    • Requirements and applications
  • OAM&P (Operations, Administration, Maintenance and Provisioning)
    • Network management
  • Interoperability
    • Interoperability testing
  • Physical and Link Layer
    • Equipment and subsystem module interfaces
  • PLUG (Physical Layer User Group )
    • Guidelines for components, modules, subsystems and communication links
implementation agreements
Implementation Agreements
  • Electrical Interfaces
    • OIF-SPI3-01.0 - SPI-3 Packet Interface for Physical and Link Layers for OC-48.
    • OIF-SFI4-01.0 - Proposal for a common electrical interface between SONET framer and serializer/deserializer parts for OC-192 interfaces.
    • OIF-SFI4-02.0 - SERDES Framer Interface Level 4 (SFI-4) Phase 2: Implementation Agreement for 10Gb/s Interface for Physical Layer Devices.
    • OIF-SPI4-01.0 - System Physical Interface Level 4 (SPI-4) Phase 1: A System Interface for Interconnection Between Physical and Link Layer, or Peer-to-Peer Entities Operating at an OC-192 Rate (10 Gb/s).
    • OIF-SPI4-02.01 - System Packet Interface Level 4 (SPI-4) Phase 2: OC-192 System Interface for Physical and Link Layer Devices.
    • OIF-SPI5-01.1 - System Packet Interface Level 5 (SPI-5) : OC-768 System Interface for Physical and Link Layer Devices.
    • OIF-SFI5-01.0 - Serdes Framer Interface Level 5 (SFI-5): 40Gb/s Interface for Physical Layer Devices.
    • OIF-SxI5-01.0 - System Interface Level 5 (SxI-5): Common Electrical Characteristics for 2.488 - 3.125Gbps Parallel Interfaces.
    • OIF-TFI5-01.0 - TDM Fabric to Framer Interface (TFI5)
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Implementation Agreements
  • Tunable Lasers
    • OIF-TL-01.1 - Implementation Agreement for Common Software Protocol, Control Syntax, and Physical (Electrical and Mechanical) Interfaces for Tunable Laser Modules.
    • OIF-TLMSA-01.0 - Multi-Source Agreement for CW Tunable Lasers.
  • Very Short Reach Interface
    • OIF-VSR4-01.0 - Very Short Reach (VSR) OC-192 Interface for Parallel Optics.
    • VSR4-02 (OC-192 Very Short Reach Interface, 1 fiber 1310nm) Note: VSR4-02 has been included as the 4dB link option in VSR4-05 below
    • OIF-VSR4-03.0 - Very Short Reach (VSR) OC-192 Four Fiber Interface Based on Parallel Optics.
    • OIF-VSR4-04.0 - Serial Shortwave Very Short Reach (VSR) OC-192 Interface for Multimode Fiber.
    • OIF-VSR4-05.0 - Very Short Reach (VSR) OC-192 Interface Using 1310 Wavelength and 4 and 11 dB Link Budgets.
    • OIF-VSR5-01.0 - Very Short Reach Interface Level 5 (VSR-5): SONET/SDH OC-768 Interface for Very Short Reach (VSR) Applications.
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Implementation Agreements
  • UNI – NNI
    • OIF-UNI-01.0 - User Network Interface (UNI) 1.0 Signaling Specification.
    • OIF-UNI-01.0-R2 - User Network Interface (UNI) 1.0 Signaling Specification, Release 2: Common Part
    • OIF-CDR-01.0 - Call Detail Records for OIF UNI 1.0 Billing.
    • OIF-SEP-01.1 - Security Extension for UNI and NNI
    • OIF-SMI-01.0 - Security Management Interfaces to Network Elements
    • OIF-E-NNI-Sig-01.0 - Intra-Carrier E-NNI Signaling Specification
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OIF World Interoperability Demo

  • 7 participating carrier labs around the world:
    • China, Germany, Italy, Japan and USA
  • 15 participating vendors
  • Testing based on OIF UNI 1.0 release 2 and ENNI Implementation Agreements, both control and data plane
  • These implementation agreements are based on the ITU’s requirements for automatically switched optical networks G.8080, G.807
  • Based on ITU-T standards for Ethernet service adaptation, Ethernet over SONET/SDH services testing includes:
    • Generic Framing Procedure (GFP) G.7041
    • Virtual Concatenation (VCAT)
    • Link Capacity Adjustment Scheme (LCAS) G.7042
  • World Interoperability Demonstration public observation:

SUPERCOMM 2004 (June 22-24, Chicago)

OIF Booth #20334, Hall A

  • ITU representation at OIF Supercomm booth through Power Point slides and posters