RUSSIA (Kaliningrad) 1 x 10 Gb/s                                                                         GDAŃSK           ...
* „Baltic Ring – blueprinting the network” - Jari Miettinen, Norden, June 8th 2011
•  Open policy (usually) agreed by both NRENs              •  EC policy recommends transfer of knowledge                to...
•  GÉANT network•  GLIF•  Cross Border Dark Fiber•  Access to IXP•  Access to Commodity Internet
•  PIONIER has access to GLIF via CBDF with SURFNET•  PIONIER has access to AMSIX via CBDF with SURFNET•  PIONIER has acce...
•  BASNET and URAN have access to GÉANT via CBDF with  PIONIER•  BASNET has access to Commodity Internet via CBDF with  PI...
•  Open policy for cooperation via CBDF connections•  Base for e-Region deployment•  Flexible economic model•  Various ser...
Eastern Europe Partnership Event - 005 artur binczewski
Eastern Europe Partnership Event - 005 artur binczewski
Eastern Europe Partnership Event - 005 artur binczewski
Eastern Europe Partnership Event - 005 artur binczewski
Eastern Europe Partnership Event - 005 artur binczewski
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Eastern Europe Partnership Event - 005 artur binczewski

  1. 1. RUSSIA (Kaliningrad) 1 x 10 Gb/s GDAŃSK LITHUANIA 1 x 10 Gb/s Elbląg Suwałki KOSZALIN OLSZTYN SZCZECIN BYDGOSZCZ BIELARUS 1 x 10 Gb/s BIAŁYSTOK Gorzów DFN 2x10 Gb/s TORUŃHamburg (GLIF, Surfnet, Nordunet)4x10 Gb/s POZNAŃ SochaczewGÉANT2 10+10 Gb/s WARSZAWA ZIELONA GÉANT2/Internet GÓRA 15 Gb/s ŁÓDŹ PUŁAWY LUBLIN RADOM WROCŁAW CZĘSTOCHOWA KIELCE OPOLE Zamość KATOWICE UKRAINE 1x10 Gb/s Bielsko-Biała RZESZÓW KRAKÓW CESNET; SANET 2x10 Gb/s
  2. 2. * „Baltic Ring – blueprinting the network” - Jari Miettinen, Norden, June 8th 2011
  3. 3. •  Open policy (usually) agreed by both NRENs •  EC policy recommends transfer of knowledge to e-health, e-education, e-government in new e-infrastrucutres•  Transit of data (to GÉANT, to IXP, …) for free or cost model sharing•  QoS agreed on NRENs contract base•  Easy management based on bilateral communication between NOCs
  4. 4. •  GÉANT network•  GLIF•  Cross Border Dark Fiber•  Access to IXP•  Access to Commodity Internet
  5. 5. •  PIONIER has access to GLIF via CBDF with SURFNET•  PIONIER has access to AMSIX via CBDF with SURFNET•  PIONIER has access to VIX via CBDF with CESNET•  PIONIER exchanges peerings via CBDF with BASNET, URAN, SANET, ACONET, CESNET, NORDUNET, SURFNET NORDUNET peering AMSIX access
  6. 6. •  BASNET and URAN have access to GÉANT via CBDF with PIONIER•  BASNET has access to Commodity Internet via CBDF with PIONIER BASNET aggregated traffic URAN aggregated traffic
  7. 7. •  Open policy for cooperation via CBDF connections•  Base for e-Region deployment•  Flexible economic model•  Various services possible to implementation•  Diversification of connectivities

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