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TE Data's Global Data Service

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  2. 2. Agenda Overview of TEData’ s Global Data Services  TEData’ s Global MPLS Reach Overview of MPLS Technology MPLS Product Descriptions 2
  3. 3. After reading , readers can….• Appreciate MPLS technology & features• Understand the capabilities of TEData s Global MPLS services• Identify key benefits of Global MPLS 3
  4. 4. Overview of GDS• TE Data extends its national and regional network and service offerings over the global footprint of international carriers to meet the needs of enterprise and multinational customers.• GDS can offer an end –to –end service (from In-country pop, to the carriers B- end customer location) the service will be NNI (Network –to – Network Interface) to UNI (User- To – Network Interface) based and will compliant with adequate quality Standards• One Stop -Shop Provider G-MPLS L2&L3 G-IPLC G-IP Transit• Covering over 200 countries Middle East , GCC &Africa 4 Europe , Asia, Americas & Latin of America
  5. 5. TEData can take you further…to more placesProviding a robust MPLS network that is accessible in over 200 countriestrough cost-effective MPLS solutions for communication and collaborationanytime and anywhere.with skilled peopleProviding future-proof technology expertise you need, and outstandingcustomer support you deserve.through optimal processesProviding a robust MPLS solution that converges voice, data, video andmultimedia on a single network, and thereby deliver operational efficienciesand in-region/local presence to efficiently work on your behalfand industry-leading productsProviding a managed MPLS solution and experienced network professionals,enabling you to focus on revenue-generating activities (e.g., productdevelopment, lifecycle management)to higher profit marginsProviding a cost-effective MPLS solution that improves network and 5operational efficiencies, and thereby contribute to improved profit margins
  6. 6. TEData’ s Global MPLS Reach 6
  7. 7. Layer 3 VPN (MPLS)Coverage – EMEA Summary and Lead Times EMEA EMEA EMEA Angola Hungary Qatar Austria Ireland Romania Azerbaijan Italy Russia Bahrain Jordan Saudi Arabia Belgium Kazakhstan Serbia Botswana Kenya Slovakia Benin*** Kuwait South Africa Bulgaria Kyrgyzstan Spain Cameroon Latvia Sudan Cote DIvoire Lebanon Sweden Croatia Lithuania Switzerland Cyprus Luxembourg Tajikistan Czech Rep Mauritius Tanzania Denmark Mocambique Turkey Djibouti*** Namibia Turkmenistan Egypt Netherlands Uganda Estonia Nigeria Ukraine Ethiopia Norway United Arab Finland Oman Emirates France Pakistan United Kingdom Germany Palestine Ghana Poland Greece Portugal
  8. 8. Layer 3 VPN (MPLS)– Latam and Americas Summary and Lead Times Latin/America Latin/America Belize Argentina Canada Brazil Costa Rica Bolivia Cayman Islands Chile Dominican Rep Columbia Guatemala Ecuador Haiti El Salvador Jamaica French Guiana Puerto Rico Guyana Suriname Honduras Trinidad & Tobago Mexico Turks & Caicos Nicaragua USA Panama Paraguay Peru Uruguay Venezuela 8
  9. 9. Layer 3 VPN (MPLS) other countries Americas Asia Europe AfricaArgentina Bangladesh* Austria Netherlands Kenya*Brazil China Belgium Norway MoroccoCanada Hong Kong Bulgaria Poland Nigeria*Chile India Czech Romania South AfricaColombia Indonesia Republic RussiaEcuador Japan Denmark Slovakia Finland Australia/OceaniaGuatemala Korea SpainMexico Malaysia France SwedenPanama Nepal* Germany Switzerland AustraliaPeru Pakistan* Hungary* Turkey New Zealand*Uruguay Philippines Ireland UnitedUSA Singapore Italy KingdomVenezuela Sri Lanka Luxemburg Other Middle East Taiwan Malta Countries Upon Request Bahrain Thailand Egypt Vietnam* Jordan Kuwait Saudi Arabia United Arab 9 Emirates
  10. 10. Layer 3 VPN (MPLS) Coverage– Asia Summary and Lead Times Asia Australia China Fiji Hong Kong India Indonesia Japan Macau Malaysia Nepal New Caledonia New Zealand Papua New Guinea Philippines Samoa Islands Singapore Solomon Islands South Korea Sri Lanka Taiwan 10 Thailand Vietnam
  11. 11. Layer 2 VPN (MPLS) Ethernet Country Summary Asia EMEA Americas(14 countries) (41 countries) (15 countries) China Austria Hungary Romania Canada*** Argentina Hong Kong Bahrain Nigeria Russia USA Brazil Macau Belgium Norway Saudi Arabia Chile Japan Bulgaria Italy Serbia ColumbiaSouth Korea Cameroon*** Jordan Slovakia Ecuador Taiwan Cote D’Ivoire *** Kenya Spain El Salvador Australia Cyprus Kuwait South Africa Guatemala India Czech Latvia Sudan Honduras Indonesia Denmark Lithuania Sweden Mexico Malaysia Egypt Mocambique*** Switzerland NicaraguaPhilippines Estonia Netherlands Tanzania*** Panama Singapore Ethiopia Oman Turkey Peru Thailand Finland Pakistan Ukraine Uruguay Vietnam France Poland United Arab Venezuela Germany Qatar Emirates Ghana*** United Kingdom Greece 11
  12. 12. MPLS Layer 3 Coverage 12
  13. 13. MPLS Layer 2 Coverage 13
  14. 14. Satellite Coverage W2A (10E) Astra-2B (28.2E) YAMAL-202 (49E) INTELSAT 904 (60E) INTELSAT 902 (62E) INTELSAT 906 (64E) INTELSAT 704 (66E) INTELSAT 7/10 (68.5E) INTELSAT 4 (72E) ABS-1 (75E) TELSTAR1-10 (76.5E) CHINASTAR-1 (87.5E) ASIASAT-2 (100.5E) ASIASAT-4 (122.2E) JCSAT-3A (128E) JCSAT-5A (132E) APSATR-VI (134E) APSTAR-V (138E) TELSTAR-18 (138E) JCSAT-2A (154E) INTELSAT 701 (180E) 14 NSS-10 (322.5E) NSS-7 (338E)
  15. 15. Overview of MPLS Technology 15
  16. 16. MPLS TheoriesWhat is MPLS? • Stands for Multi-Protocol Label Switching • An IP standard originated from CISCO’s tag switching • MPLS-enabled routers assign IP packets a “label with service class”, then forward them along a “label switched path” based on the label contents defining the IP packet priority • Supports multiple network applications / services with different network characteristics over a single IP infrastructure 16
  17. 17. What is MPLS VPN?• General description • Provides customers private connections among different locations over IP backbone • Support multiple services over a single network interface Shared IP Customer B Backbone (M PLS Transport) Customer A Customer A 17 Customer B
  18. 18. MPLS –“Building Blocks” CE : Customer Edge Router (Standard CPE device) Corp A PE : Provider Edge Router Site 2 (Router or Switch with MPLS-VPN functionality)Any AccessSpeed/Technology Inter-Provider* (NNI) MPLS-VPN Partner Corp A Site 1 P : Provider Core Router (Router or Switch with MPLS functionality) Corp A Site 3 18
  19. 19. Diversity Solution• Fully Redundant Solution• Partial Redundant Solution• Access Backup• IPSec Backup• Simple Access 19
  20. 20. Service Components of MPLS VPN Site A• MPLS service consists of 3 components: CE Router • MPLS PE router port (different bandwidth) • CE router (installed in customer site) Local Loop • Local loop between PE port and CE router PE Router• Two options for CE routers: • Wireline service (customers provide their CE) MPLS Core • Managed service (CE provided by TEData) PE Router Local Loop 20 CE Router Site B
  21. 21. MPLS ComponentsCE – customer edge router • Access to PE via Local Loop (fiber, cooper, Metro Label Ethernet) From A From A To B To BPE – provider edge router Data Data • Attach and remove label From A • Assign packet to a path (FEC) CE - A To B • Adapts native protocols to MPLS • VPN definitions P P Data PE PEP – provider router MPLS • Forward packet based on label Core • Swaps label (label-in, label-out) PLabel switched path P CE - B • Label distribution protocol • Defined hop-by-hop • Path between ingress and egress PE Label Switched Path 21 21
  22. 22. MPLS analogy – Postal Office’s EMS service MPLS Network Express Post Network Int’l EMS “Label” LSR LSR LSR Post Receiver’s Office Post Office LSR IP Packet LER Post OfficeLER Sender’s Post Office Post MPLS Office Post IP Packet Label Office LSP Parcel Receiver Parcel Sender MPLS MPLS Sender Receiver Analog: 22 Legend: Customer ID: MPLS’s VRF or EMS’ tracking number LER – Label Edge Router Transmission path: MPLS’s LSP or EMS’ express path LSR – Label Switch Router Handling nodes: MPLS’s PE / P routers or EMS’ post offices LSP – Label Switched Path Class of Services: MPLS’s Gold or EMS’ next day guarantee
  23. 23. Why customers use MPLS?Reasons to use MPLS: • Integrate multi-services, multi-networking requirements into a single IP infrastructure • Simplify network management by reducing number of devices • Minimize operating costs for customers • Support future growth by introducing new IP based services without major network upgrade • Combine the best capabilities of layer 2 and layer 3 networking 23
  24. 24. Target market segmentsMulti-national corporations (MNCs) MNCs with offices located in different countries Medium sized companies with multi-locationsService providers Global carriers requiring MPLS coverage expansion by using ICI (inter-carrier interconnect) Domestic service providers in other countries who need to expand MPLS business globally Resellers (e.g. SI or equipment suppliers) with their customers requiring MPLS service 24
  25. 25. Network Design 25 25
  26. 26. Fully Resilient MPLS NetworkRobust network design Equipment diversity  Each MPLS PoP has at least 2 PE routers Cable diversity  Cable systems are either fully protected by itself (e.g. RNAL from HK to Taiwan) or with diversity (e.g. Flag and SMW4 between Egypt& London)  In case of cable outage, MPLS traffic is rerouted via other paths to maintain service automatically On-Net PoP diversity  In key countries and areas more than one PoP are set up Extended-Net ICI diversity  For key countries with ICI partners (e.g. London), multiple ICI links in 26 different locations are built
  27. 27. MPLS VPN Platform – CISCO powered Dedicated MPLS Routers using CISCO platform GSR GSR Customer routerCustomer router Cisco Cisco 12000 12000Customer router Customer routerCustomer router GSR GSR Cisco Cisco PE PE 12000 12000 Customer Cisco Cisco router 7600/7500/7200 27 7600/7500/7200
  28. 28. Typical Equipment Layout in PoP CISCO 7206 CISCO 7206 (GIA Routers) (MPLS PE Routers) Separate AccessRouters for MPLS & GIA IPLC #1 IPLC #2 28 CISCO 7606 (IP Peering) CISCO 12404 CISCO 12404 (IP Core Routing) (IP Core Routing)
  29. 29. MPLS Security 29 29
  30. 30. MPLS Security of TEData Provisioning  Each L3VPN has an internal VPN forwarding table (VRF) that is unique to each and every customer  Each L2PW has a unique VC ID that is unique to each and every customer  Traffic of one VPN will not overlap with another one Dedicated MPLS Equipment  MPLS services are terminated on dedicated devices that do not carry any public IP traffic Controlled Human Access to MPLS Equipment  Only authorized personnel is allowed to access the core MPLS network (with password control) Controlled Traffic to MPLS Network  Access control list is applied in all MPLS routers: only specific IP address range can pass through 30 30
  31. 31. Classes of Services 31 31
  32. 32. CoS characteristics & applications CoS Characteristics Applications High output priority traffic with Delay sensitive applications: Gold minimal delay, packet loss and > voice / video conference jitter High priority traffic with low Mission critical applications: packet loss but can tolerate larger > video streaming / signallingSilver Plus delay and jitter Medium priority traffic that still Business critical applications: requires bandwidth during > SAP, SNA, Oracle, Telnet Silver congestion Lowest priority traffic without any Best effort traffic: Bronze guarantee on delay, packet loss > Email, FTP, intranet and jitter 32 32
  33. 33. SLA Commitment 33 33
  34. 34. Service Level CommitmentService Availability 99.5% (target performance PoP to PoP – on net)Latency Determined By cities within and across zonesPacket Delivery Up to 99.9%, depending on CoSJitter 20 ms (for gold class only) 34
  35. 35. Value Added Services 35 35
  36. 36. IPSec Remote Site AccessProduct Summary A cost effective and secured way to allow small remote locations to connect to MPLS VPN using Internet access Internet access is based on xDSL (ADSL, SDSL, HDSL, VDSL), dedicated circuit, wireless, or satellite technologies A suite of protocols known as IPSec (with 3DES encryption & MD5 authentication) is used to encrypt and securely transmit the data from the remote office to the MPLS VPN Encrypted traffic is tunnelled to one of Five TEDatas G-Partners IPSec gateways located in strategic PoPs throughout the world 36
  37. 37. IPSec Remote Site Access Example CE Router Customer PE Network RouterRemote Remote CETraffic Router Encrypted CE Traffic Router Customer E TEDATA Network Internet MPLS VPN ISP Router IPSec Gateway PE PE Router Router PE Customer Router NetworkE Ethernet Interface CE GRE Tunnel over IPSec Router 37 37
  38. 38. Thank You! 38Hisham MostafaGlobal Data Service Unit Managerhesham@tedata.netgds@tedata.net