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  • 1.   Evolution of Romanian NREN: major milestones   Before joining GEANT   After joining GEANT   Building and operating RoEduNet2 National DWDM optical network for education and research 2
  • 2.   1990 – 1997   First connection (dial-up) with help from Technische Universitat Darmstadt – fist “Internet” for Romania   Struggle to have some kind of connectivity, all services paid by Universities, ISP become much stronger than Romanian NREN   Big issues with incumbent operator: very high prices, low bandwidth, poor services  1998 – 2001   1998 – RoEduNet recognized as Romanian education network – institution officially established – the only good news   High prices for connectivity – not enough bandwidth for connected institution, very low budget Romanian Education and Research Network - RoEduNet 3
  • 3.   Two institutions as NRENs in Romania: RoEduNet for education only (and research outside Bucharest) – money spent on two bodies – justification: there should not be a monopoly of RoEduNet  RoEduNet joined GEANT at the end of 2001 (based on the fact that RoEduNet do not offer commercial services). Benefits started to appear right after:   Learn from the experience of other NREN   Learn from results of different projects we were involved in.  The most important achievement in this period: the idea that we can have a state of the art DF based network nationwide. For this purpose the most important help came from:   Examples of other NRENs in Europe: PIONEER and CESNET should be mentioned   Experience gained in projects like SEEFIRE and SEEREN   Maybe the most important: Varna Statement – output from a meeting like this one: NATO Advanced Networking Workshop organized by CEENet, TERENA Romanian Education and Research Network - RoEduNet 4
  • 4.   Obtain support from National Authority for Scientific Research to build optical network for education and research – Varna Statement was one of the key documents in this process.  Start the negotiations for RoEduNet2 project (DWDM network based on DF from state owned company: Telecomunicatii CFR) for at least 10 years – not a simple task but successful in the end   Agreement between Ministry of Transportation and Ministry of Education and Research signed (March 2006)   Feasibility study done by RoEduNet: very much help from SEEFIRE and SERENATE study (EU funded projects coordinated by TERENA)   Direct contract of collaboration between RoEduNet and Telecomunicatii CFR (December 2006)   Building the network:   2007 – missed tender for DWDM equipments   2008 – the network is operational at middle of November   2010 – DF based CBF with Republic of Moldova operation in May   2011 – first 100 Gbps production lambda (435 km) installed Romanian Education and Research Network - RoEduNet 5
  • 5. BT SM MM SV SJ Chisinau BH BN IS RENAM NT CJ MS HR VS AR BC AB CV HD TM BV VN SB GL BZ PH CS AG BR AMRES GJ DB GJROADM node MH ILOADM node BCWDM node DJ CL CTNew OADM node (2011) OT TR GR BREN 6
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  • 7.   Dark Fiber   Total length: 4238.8 km in 2008 + 1397 km in 2011 = 5636 km of DF   Number of segments: 46  Sites: 56 in 2008 + 13 in 2011 = 69   In the premises of Telecomunicatii CFR: 48 + 13   RoEduNet: 8 – with redundant connections to the sites of Telecomunicatii CFR in the same city  Type of sites:   ROADM: 18, ADM: 23, Amplifiers: 15  Lambdas:   10 G = 19 + 16 + 3(SDH)=38, 10 x 1G = 41: total of = 79 10 Gbps lambdas (except lambdas to be in service this year)  RoEduNet2 metric (as reported in 2009 for TERENA Compendium): 71557 Gbps*km – should be noted that a 19 10 Gbps lambdas and half of the 10x1G lambdas are not include in the metric (installed for our partner Telecomunicatii CFR – total metric is around 17000 Gbps*km)  Costs:   About 5.325 MEuro for the first stage installed in 2008 for optical equipment and installation   About 200 kEuro per year for support (lambda rerouting, replace equipments, software upgrades etc.) 8
  • 8. 10 GbpsAugust200410 GbpsJune 2009 Maps by Michael Enrico Network Engineering & Planning Team DANTE 9
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