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  • “MEF Certification has been an extraordinary successWith nearly 150 vendors and service providers already offering over 1,000 certified products and services globally, there is no lack of choice for demanding customers. With new services come new attributes. Even the original 3 CE services have been significantly advanced. Here’s Mike Haugh to tell you more about the services enhancements and the value of testing them …
  • *The Retail Service Provider typically has the business relationship with the end user and contracts with the Access Service provider. However, in more than 90% of cases service providers take both roles, often at the same time. Other market terms may also apply. The terms Operator Virtual Connection, OVC, or Operator should not be used in MEF marketing presentationsE-Access is a new MEF Ethernet Service Type MEF Wholesale Access Services address a large scale, costly and time consuming challenge to the expansion of Carrier Ethernet servicesMakes it much easier for new providers to enter the marketE-Access services will accelerate delivery of off-net servicesKey for local, regional and global adoption of Carrier EthernetBoth services consist of 1 ENNI and 1 UNI, and follow P2P Ethernet Access Service DefinitionAccess EPL supports 1 access service per UNIAccess EVPL supports multiple access services per UNI
  • *The Retail Service Provider typically has the business relationship with the end user and contracts with the Access Service provider. However, in more than 90% of cases service providers take both roles, often at the same time. Other market terms may also apply. The terms Operator Virtual Connection, OVC, or Operator should not be used in MEF marketing presentationsE-Access is a new MEF Ethernet Service Type MEF Wholesale Access Services address a large scale, costly and time consuming challenge to the expansion of Carrier Ethernet servicesMakes it much easier for new providers to enter the marketE-Access services will accelerate delivery of off-net servicesKey for local, regional and global adoption of Carrier EthernetBoth services consist of 1 ENNI and 1 UNI, and follow P2P Ethernet Access Service DefinitionAccess EPL supports 1 access service per UNIAccess EVPL supports multiple access services per UNI
  • *The Retail Service Provider typically has the business relationship with the end user and contracts with the Access Service provider. However, in more than 90% of cases service providers take both roles, often at the same time. Other market terms may also apply. The terms Operator Virtual Connection, OVC, or Operator should not be used in MEF marketing presentationsE-Access is a new MEF Ethernet Service Type MEF Wholesale Access Services address a large scale, costly and time consuming challenge to the expansion of Carrier Ethernet servicesMakes it much easier for new providers to enter the marketE-Access services will accelerate delivery of off-net servicesKey for local, regional and global adoption of Carrier EthernetBoth services consist of 1 ENNI and 1 UNI, and follow P2P Ethernet Access Service DefinitionAccess EPL supports 1 access service per UNIAccess EVPL supports multiple access services per UNI
  • New CE 2.0 Class of Service Extensions1st Standardized Multi-CoS Application-Oriented Performance Objectives for Next Gen MBH, Enterprise SLAsCE 2.0 for Mobile BackhaulOptimizing the Backhaul Multiple Classes of ServiceBlueprint for Synchronization, Resiliency, Migration to 4GService Management Automated management Brings Scalability3 Recent/New Specs for SOAM, FM/PM 7 more in progress
  • Scope 3 Classes of Service with updated bandwidth profiles, traffic management20+ application types, 4 distance related “Performance Tiers”Enhanced QoS metricsQuantifies Delay, Delay Variation, Frame Loss RatioAdds Mean Frame Delay and Frame Delay Range, etc. Standardizes CoS Performance Objectives (CPOs)Draws on all of the above new attributes to define standardized CoS Performance Objectives (CPOs) for Enterprise applicationsNew MEF MBH specification draws on MEF 23.1Globally Engineered NetworkingDefines how services attributes, classes are mapped as they move across service provider boundaries Preserves the integrity of services regionally, nationally & globally
  • * Note: PCP: Priority Code Point : 3 bit Priority in IEEE 802.3 datagram frames.DSCP: 6-bit Differentiated Services Code Point in IP frames
  • MEF Approach to Service ManagementAugment ITU, IEEE device and network management with Service Management to support rich set of MEF based Carrier Ethernet servicesFacilitate standardized settings and methods to enable automation and scalability of global interconnectionTarget specific processes where interoperability, standardization required
  • Provisioning and turn up Work[MEF SAT][MEF SAT PDU][MEF LLB]MEF Service MIBs[MEF 7.2]ITU Y.1564[] means work in progressPerformance ManagementMEF SOAM PMMEF SOAM-PM MIB, YANGITU Y.1731Fault ManagementMEF SOAM-FM MIB, YANGMEF SOAMFMIEEE 802.1agIEEE 802.3ah
  • Data Center-Data Center via EPL, EVPL & Private cloud delivery to end users over statically provisioned connectionsAVAILABLE TODAYMajor new MEF technical project in progress for on-demand, elastic requirements of Cloud services
  • Builds on the migration of MBH to EthernetTransformation of MBH over the last 2-3 yearsBrings much-needed efficient operation Introduction of multiple classes of service, performance and distance objectivesDefines a blueprint for implementing synchronizationRequired in all 4G/LTE networksProvides implementation guidanceMigration from 2G, 3G to 4G/LTEProvides Guidance and use casesResiliencyPerformance ResiliencyResiliency ProtectionEnables resilient connection to major cell sitesProvide Service OAM
  • The IA relies on MEF specifications – services, attributes, interface, management, etc.Also, consistent with other SDO’s work – example, ITU-T or NGMN’s work.The IA applies the body of work to the use case of Mobile Backhaul for interoperable implementations between:Vendor equipment MEN Operator and Mobile Operator operations
  • Vertel/Metro Ethernet Forum

    1. 1. MEFOverview of Carrier Ethernet 2.0 Andrew Findlay Marketing Leadership Council Managing Director – Vertel
    2. 2. Carrier Ethernet 2.0Carrier Ethernet Generations Characteristics Standardized Multi-CoS, Managed, Interconnected Services E-Line E-LAN E-Line E-LAN E-Tree E-Access Service MEF 6.1 and 6.1.1, 33 Specs & IA MEF 6 MEF 22.1 Supporting Work Attributes MEF 10.2 and 10.2.1, 26.1 MEF 10 and IAs MEF 13, 20, 23.1 Management MEF 7, 15 MEF 7.1, 16, 17, 30, 31 Enabled Applications MBH 2G/3G Migration 4G MBH Migration, MBH Optimization Local, Regional, National, GlobalBusiness Services Metro and Regional Application , distance oriented, Private Cloud Wholesale - Buy / Sell Access Services
    3. 3. Service Types 4 Port-Based services and 4 VLAN Aware ServicesE-Line E-LAN• Virtual Private Lines (EPL) • Multipoint L2 VPNs• Ethernet Private Lines (EVPL) • Transparent LAN Service UNI• Ethernet Internet Access UNI • Multicast Networks Multi-point to Multi-point EVC UNI Point-to-Point EVC UNI UNIE-Tree E- Access• Rooted Multi-Point L2 VPNs • Wholesale Access Services• Traffic Segregation • Access EPL Point-to-Point EVC UNI UNI ENN• EP-Tree, EVP-Tree Rooted • Access EVPL UNI I Carrier Ethernet Multipoint EVC Access Network Carrier Ethernet UNI UNI E-Access Service Provider
    4. 4. Service Types (existing)E-Line Service used to create• Private Lines UNI UNI• Virtual Private Lines• Ethernet Internet Access CE CE• L3 VPNs Point-to-Point EVC CE UNIE-LAN Service used to create• Multipoint L2 VPNs• Transparent LAN Service• Foundation for IPTV and Multicast networks etc. Multipoint-to-Multipoint EVC
    5. 5. Service Types (new)E-Tree Service used to create• Video on Demand• Mobile / LMR Backhaul• Triple Play• Cloud services Rooted Multipoint EVC
    6. 6. Service Types (new)E-Access Service used to create• E-Line services• E-LAN services• E-Tree services Access Retail UNI Service Service Provider Provider End-User UNI ENNI UNI End-User End-User Access EVPL Ethernet Virtual Connection (EVC)
    7. 7. Attributes CoS 6 2 Mbps CIR for control CoS 4 New CE 2.0 Class Multi-CoS 10 Mbps CIR for VoIP EVC1 UNI CoS 2 20Mbps CIR for VPN data traffic of Service Extensions EVC2 68Mbps for Internet AccessIndustry’s First Standardized Multi-CoSApplication and distance-oriented performance objectives for Next Gen SLAsEnables new level of efficiency, responsiveness for Enterprises and MBHService Management InterconnectAutomated management Integrates autonomous, Cloud3 Recent / New Specs for CE networks, as a single Retail Provider’s CE NetworkSOAM, FM / PM regional/global network ENNI CE Exchange ENNINew Metrics New Wholesale Service UNI simplifies lowers costs, adds revenue Wholesale Access Network UNI
    8. 8. First Standardized Multi-CoSDefining Specification: MEF 23.1 Class of Service Phase 2• Scope – 3 Classes of Service (more than 3 classes may be specified) – 20+ application types, 4 distance related “Performance Tiers” – Enhanced QoS metrics: adds Mean Frame Delay and Frame Delay Range, Availability, etc. to Inter Frame Delay, Inter-Frame Delay Variation, Frame Loss Ratio• Standardizes CoS Performance Objectives (CPOs) – Draws on the above to define standardized CoS Performance Objectives (CPOs) – New MEF MBH specification draws on MEF 23.1: 4 CoS, etc Delay-sensitive High Priority Lane real time data Low Priority Lane Bursty, delay and loss tolerant data• Globally Engineered Networking – Defines how service attributes, CoS are mapped across provider boundaries – Preserves the integrity of services regionally, nationally and globally
    9. 9. MEF 23.1 CoS Service Mapping at the ENNI• Provides guidance for interconnections of Carrier Ethernet networks• PCP/DSCP values, as part of the Class of Service ID (CoS ID)• Guidance on Bandwidth Profile constraints UNI ENNI UNI Service Provider 1 Service Provider 2 Carrier Ethernet Network Carrier Ethernet Network CE CE CoS Plus Without MEF CoS IA: MENs CoS Rock requires bilateral agreements at CoS Square CoS each ENNI. Customers may not get CoS Paper CoS Heart Mapping?? consistent QoS treatment CoS Scissors CoS Coal CoS Plus CoS High* With MEF CoS IA: MENs remark CoS Rock frames on egress of an ENNI to CoS Square CoS Medium* CoS Paper align based on standardized MEF CoS Heart CoS indications. CoS Low* CoS Scissors CoS Coal * Each CoS Label associated with particular CPO
    10. 10. Application Related Performance Objectives• MEF 23.1 also recommends CoS Performance Objectives for 20+ application types including… Application FD MFD FLR FDR IFDV 125 ms pref 100 ms pref 50 ms 40 ms VoIP Data 375 ms limit 3e-2 350 ms limit Pr = 0.999 Pv = 0.999 Pd = 0.999 125 ms pref 100 ms pref 50 ms 40 ms Video Conf Data 375 ms limit 1e-2 350 ms limit Pr = 0.999 Pv = 0.999 Pd = 0.999 VoIP and VC Signaling Not specified 250 ms pref 1e-3 Not specified Not specified Financial/Trading Unknown 2 ms 1e-5 Unknown Unknown Mobile Backhaul H 10 ms 7 ms 1e-4 5 ms 3 ms Mobile Backhaul M 20 ms 13 ms 1e-4 10 ms 8 ms Mobile Backhaul L 37 ms 28 ms 1e-3 Not specified Not specified … … … … … … ..and how to map them to CoS Labels and Performance Tiers
    11. 11. Ethernet Service ManagementWhat it is …• Operations, Administration, and Maintenance• Processes that support billed services and how they are managed, integrated and supported … and why it’s essential • Provides tools that enable automated provisioning, monitoring and fault isolation to required to meet customer SLAs • MEF provides, management model and wide variety of Performance and Fault management specifications
    12. 12. Service Life Cycle: Management Focus Area
    13. 13. Enabled Services & Applications Retail and Wholesale Business Services • Finance, Medical, Retail, Government, Media, Manufacturing, Legal • Internet, DR, Site-to-Site Access, XaaS, VoIP End User Subscriber Headquarters End User Subscriber Branch Site UNI ENNI UNI • L2 VPNs, SANs, CRM Service Provider 1 Service Provider 2 • E-Line, E-LAN, E-Tree, E-Access CE UNI CE • Local, National, Regional, Global Internet Hosted ApplicationsCE 2.0 for Mobile Backhaul Carrier EthernetOptimizing the Backhaul as Cloud Carrier• Multiple Classes of Service Ethernet Cloud• Blueprint for Synchronization, Carrier• Resiliency, Migration to 4G Enterprise Cloud Provider(s) Cloud Consumers
    14. 14. Cloud Service Delivery Challenges • Today, Internet is predominant WAN to deliver cloud services – Surprising, little attention paid to it by the Cloud Community • Larger Enterprises hesitant to move mission-critical applications to the cloud when delivered via the Internet Cloud Service Delivery Internet Challenges over the Internet • Security VulnerabilitiesEnterprise Cloud Consumers Cloud Service • Performance Providers • Data Governance • Regulatory ComplianceThe WAN is critical for cloud service performance (SLAs)
    15. 15. Cloud Service Delivery via CE WAN• Addresses Internet challenges for mission critical apps. – Using Carrier Ethernet to connect to private cloud providers• Generates additional telecoms provider revenue – Private cloud services and Ethernet services with SLAs – Available today plus major MEF Technical work Public Cloud Internet ServicesCloud Service Delivery viaCarrier Ethernet • Secure Ethernet • Predictable Performance Service • Control of Data Governance Provider Enterprise and Regulatory Compliance On-net Cloud Private Cloud Consumers services
    16. 16. MEF White Paper • Educational Tool to understand Carrier Ethernet and Cloud • Introduces Cloud Concepts and Terms for Telecoms Service Providers • Introduces Carrier Ethernet Concepts and Terms for Cloud Service Providers February 2012 • Provides Use Cases of MEF Standardized Services for Delivery of Cloud ServicesDownload directly from MEF site at tinyurl.com/cfa58ml
    17. 17. CE 2.0 Mobile Backhaul InitiativeSignificant, Positive Impact for 4G/LTE• Builds on the migration of MBH to Ethernet• Migration from 2G, 3G to 4G/LTE• A blueprint for implementing synchronization• Service OAM, Resiliency and Protection• New multiple classes of service for efficient operations Mobile Backhaul Suite – Application of CE 2.0 Multi-CoS Microwave MEF 23.1, Multi-CoS Packet Sync forMEF 22.1 Best Technologies MEF 6.1 10.2 Positioning CE over MBH Practices for CE
    18. 18. Features and Impact of CE 2.0 for MBH• Migration:2G, 3G, 4G/LTE• Multiple classes of service• Synchronization• Resiliency• OAM
    19. 19. Features and Impact of CE 2.0 for MBH• Migration:2G, 3G, 4G/LTE• Multiple classes of service• Synchronization• Resiliency• OAM
    20. 20. MEF 22.2 and standards MEF 6.2 MEF 10.3 MEF 13 MEF 23.2 MEF 22.2
    21. 21. MEF Educational PapersPacket Synchronization Optimizing Mobile Backhaul Microwaveover Carrier Ethernet Efficient Implementation TechnologiesMobile Backhaul with Multiple Classes of For Carrier EthernetNetworks Service Services
    22. 22. MEF is technology agnostic
    23. 23. Traditional Access Technologies Mid Band Ethernet; BDSL Copper and the NBN ? VDSL in horizontal / vertical estates 3G (UMTS); 4G (LTE / WiMax) NBN Wireless LTE TD Wi-Fi and UC for F/M convergence; Small Cells GPON; EP2P Private fibre builds (PTP only); Greenfields
    24. 24. Challenger Access Technologies Microwave / Millimetrewave • 200Mbps / 1250Mbps increments • MEF certified • Packet and legacy traffic • Low and ultra-low latency • Fast delivery for primary services • Media diversity when fibre is available • Commercial ‘no brainer’

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