Cross Border CEF Networks Ce snet Experience Stanislav Ší ma Customer Empowered Fibre Networks across borders
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How to implement continental-wide services by means RONs/NRENs facilities and in what cases we need also parallel continental-wide fibre infrastructure?
Development of the CESNET2 optical network. TERENA Networking Conference, Limerick, June 4, 2002.
(Nothing-In-Line approach + 189 km NIL operation announced)
Long distance fiber connections in NREN, TF-NGN Budapest, October 18, 2002.
(10 Gb/s NIL possible up to about 300 km, single fibre bi-directional transmission in production network up to 125 km)
Fibres and advanced optical devices for a new networking strategy. TERENA TF-NGN Cambridge, September 16th, 2003.
(Fibre is strategic asset. CEF networks concept. Free space optics for cost-effective first mile. Connect Near over Border by fibre.)
Procurement and lighting of dark fibre. CEF Networks workshop, Prague May 2004.
(Double payment of fibre infrastructure? NIL results. CESNET-made optical amplifiers deployment announced.)
Towards a Nation-wide Fibre Footprint in research and education networking. TERENA Networking Conference, Rhodes, June 9, 2004.
(Dark fibres brings progress to REN design and subsequently to WAN design generaly. From naive economy to strategy. National fibre footprint in European NRENs. GLIF and CzechLight.)