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  1. CCIRN Meeting: Optical Networking TopicNorth America report Heather Boyles, Internet2 heather@internet2.edu

  2. Multitude of networks in North America with ‘optical’ capabilities • National-scale • CA*Net • ESnet • NREN • NLR • Internet2 • State/provincial/regional-scale • In US and Canada • Exchange Points

  3. Linking Canada to Europe New 72 channel x 40 Gbps ROADM Networks Amsterdam Boston San Diego

  4. ESnet 4 Backbone Target September 15, 2008 DC 10 Gb/s SDN core (NLR) 10/2.5 Gb/s IP core (QWEST) 10 Gb/s IP core (Level3) 10 Gb/s SDN core (Level3) MAN rings (≥ 10 G/s) Lab supplied links Future ESnet Hub ESnet Hub Seattle Boston New York City Clev. Sunnyvale Denver Chicago Washington DC Kansas City Los Angeles Nashville San Diego Albuquerque Atlanta El Paso Houston Houston

  5. ESnet4 1625 miles / 2545 km Production IP core (10Gbps) SDN core (20-30-40-50 Gbps) MANs (20-60 Gbps) or backbone loops for site access International connections Primary DOE Labs High speed cross-connectswith Ineternet2/Abilene Possible hubs 2700 miles / 4300 km Core networks 50-60 Gbps by 2009-2010 (10Gb/s circuits),500-600 Gbps by 2011-2012 (100 Gb/s circuits) Canada (CANARIE) CERN(30+ Gbps) Canada (CANARIE) Asia-Pacific Asia Pacific CERN(30+ Gbps) GLORIAD(Russia and China) USLHCNet Europe (GEANT) Asia-Pacific Science Data Network Core Seattle Boston Chicago IP Core Boise Australia New York Kansas City Cleveland Denver Washington DC Sunnyvale Atlanta Tulsa LA Albuquerque Australia South America (AMPATH) San Diego Houston South America (AMPATH) IP core hubs Jacksonville SDN hubs Core network fiber path is~ 14,000 miles / 24,000 km

  6. NREN

  7. Regen DTN Core Node Drop DTN Other Level 3 Seattle 1000 Denny Way Level 3 Pacific Northwest GP 2001 6th Ave Westin Bldg Albany 316 N Pearl Level 3 Rieth Cleveland TFN/MERIT 4000 Chester Portland Oregon GP 707 SW Washington Qwest Cambridge NOX 300 Bent St Chicago CIC/MREN BOREAS Internet2 710 N Lakeshore Starlight Portland 1335 NW Northrop Level 3 Syracuse Buffalo Boise New York 111 8th Level 3 New York NYSERNET 32 A of the A Tionesta Detroit Chicago 600 W Chicago Omaha Indianapolis IU 1902 S East St Rawlins Ogden Philadelphia MAGPI 401 N Broad Eureka Reno Pittsburgh Pittsburgh GP 143 S 25th Edison Sacramento via 1005 N B St Washington MAX 1755 Old Meadow Salt Lake Inter-Mountain GP Front Range GP 572 S DeLong San Francisco Denver 1850 Pearl Louisville Univ Louisville 848 S 8th St St. Louis Kansas City GPN 1100 Walnut Sunnyvale 1380 Kifer Raleigh 5301 Departure Dr San Luis Obispo Charlotte Nashville Univ Memphis 2990 Sidco Dr Tulsa 18 W Archer Raton Atlanta 180 Peachtree St NW Los Angeles 818 W 7th Level 3 Albuquerque New Mexico GP 104 Gold Ave SE Atlanta SLR 345 Courtland Los Angeles CENIC 600 W 7th Equinix Phoenix Rancho De La Fe (tentative) Tucson San Diego Birmingham Dallas Mobile El Paso 501 W Overland Valentine Tallahassee Jacksonville FAMU&USF 4814 Phillips Hwy Sanderson Baton Rouge LONI 9987 Burbank San Antonio Houston LEARN 1201 N I-45

  8. US state/regional optical networks

  9. Optical Network Technologies workshops • http://www.nren.nasa.gov/workshops/ • Past ONT workshops, most recent not yet there

  10. CCIRN topics of interest in this area? • Sharing experience managing, operating ‘optical’ networks • Variety of levels of management • Interconnecting ‘optical’ networks • Trans-oceanic links SDH/SONET • Actual interoperability of equipment • Nortel-Alcatel, Ciena-Alcatel tests ongoing, others? • Collect results? • ‘optical’ in the sense of ‘lightpaths’ or circuits • Coordination of manual, static set-up across domains • Interoperability of respective control planes for dynamic set up across domains • GLIF topics, CCIRN topics?