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Microsoft power point it cabling infrastructure design concepts

  1. 1. IT infrastructure Design Concepts
  2. 2. Network Design Philosophy Data center Design Philosophy •Security, •availability, •scalability, •manageability.
  3. 3. Security•Network designed to prevents unauthorised access identify and isolate illegal actions.•Usually neglected in the physicallayer.•Critical to monitor both logical &physical connectivity.•Asset management
  4. 4. AvailabilityDesign Issues solutionsPhilosophy •Security, •availability, •scalability, •manageability.
  5. 5. Availability•Networks are designed to minimize theoccurrence of service problems•Redundancy based design.•Capacity to be higher than minimum tocater for increased traffic loads bandwidth intensive applications•SlowtimeTMNetwork must not only be up butthroughput must be maximised.•High performance / bandwidth solutions
  6. 6. Flexibility / Scalability •Ability to grow with your business •System must adapt to ever- changing network requirements •Scalable deployment of network services speed of deployment optimise existing investment
  7. 7. ManageabilityKISSManaging a network should be easy designed for dummies real time informationFacilitate upgrades and maintenanceFlexible to meet any suddenchanges.
  8. 8. Current network technologies
  9. 9. Gigabit EthernetSummary - Gigabit Ethernet & 10Gigabit Ethernet Application Standards Application Bitrate Fiber IEEE 802.3z 1000BASE-SX 1 Gbps Fiber IEEE 802.3z 1000BASE-LX 1 Gbps Copper IEEE 802.3z 1000BASE-CX 1 Gbps Copper IEEE 802.3ab 1000BASE-T 1 Gbps Copper TIA/EIA-854 1000BASE-TX 1 Gbps Fiber IEEE 802.3ae 10GBASE-SX 10 Gbps Fiber IEEE 802.3ae 10GBASE-LX 10 Gbps Fiber IEEE 802.3ae 10GBASE-EX 10 Gbps Fiber IEEE 802.3ae 10GBASE-LX4 10 Gbps Copper IEEE 802.3an 10GBASE-T 10 Gbps Copper IEEE 802.3af Power over Ethernet N.A.
  10. 10. 10 Gigabit Ethernet IEEE 802.3ae 10Gbps over fiber cabling completed June 2002Application Wavelength 62.5/125 um 62.5/125um 50/125 um 50/125 um SMF 160/500 Mhz-km 200/500 Mhz-km 500/500 Mhz-km 2000/500 Mhz-km OM1 OM2 OM310GBASE-SX 850nm 28m 35m 86m 300m -10GBASE-LX 1310nm - - - - 10km10GBASE-EX 1550nm - - - - 40km10GBASE-LX4 1310nm 300m 300m 300m 300m 10km 10GbaseSX - OM3 Multimode fiber able 10GbaseLX - Singlemode fiber cable
  11. 11. 10 Gigabit Ethernet IEEE 802.3an 10 Gigabit Ethernet on twisted pair cabling standard completed in July 2006Objectives •35m over Cat 6 UTP cabling •100m over augmented Cat 6 cablingcurrent cabling may not support 10GBase-T. •Existing Cat 6 cabling need to be qualified to TSR 155 / TR24750 •New cabling standard Cat 6A to be published under EIA/TIA 568b.2-10
  12. 12. Full Spectrum “Zero Water peak” Fiber
  13. 13. Normal fiber operating windows 1.2 O E S C L U 0.9 Conventional Fiber Loss (dB / km) 0.6 Loss 0.3 0 Wavelength (nm) 1250 1300 1350 1400 1450 1500 1550 1600Why are there no applications @ 1400nm? ANSWER: HIGH LOSS!!! 1350nm to 1450nm (E-band) traditionally no operation due to high loss.
  14. 14. E-band Standard Fiber Partially Blocked by Water 1310 nm band Lanes Closed 1400 nm band 1550 nm band•1280 to 1625nm•highest loss at 1383nm•loss caused by hydroxl ions in the glass•traditional manufacturing process unable to remove these ions.•Commonly known as “Water Peak”•Ordinary singlemode fiber (G.652 compliant fiber) suffers fromthis problem.
  15. 15. Zero Water Peak Full Spectrum fiber Singlemode Fiber− 9um SINGLEMODE− G.652.C compliant− no water peak− removes Hydroxl ions from fiber− Increases capacity per Fiber − Due to elimination of water peak causing high loss − 60% more usable wavelengths − Maximizes support for CWDM / DWDM− Low Cost Future Proofing for Next Generation Equipment
  16. 16. Zero Water Peak fiber opens Possibilities 1.2 O E S C L U 0.9 Conventional(dB / km) Fiber Loss “water peak” 0.6Loss 0.3 Full Spectrum fiber 0 1250 1300 1350 1400 1450 1500 1550 1600 Wavelength (nm) Zero Water Peak Full Spectrum Fiber Eliminates high loss & opens E-band channel capacity availing full spectrum for any use
  17. 17. Which would you rather have?Standard Fiber Partially Blocked by Water 1310 nm band Lanes 240 optical 1400 nm band Closed channels 1550 nm bandZero Water Peak Fiber Completely Open, 1310 nm band 1400 nm band 400 optical channels 1550 nm bandZero Water Peak Fiber gives additional optical channels for DWDM/CWDM
  18. 18. High availabilty requires − high capacity medium to avoid network congestion Scalabilty requires a medium that − supports current network methodology − supports current technology − flexibility in exploiting new technologies Design concept 1 Design shall provide 10Gigabit Ethernet &support next generation technologies (DWDM)
  19. 19. Preterminated cabling systems
  20. 20. Structured vs. Unstructured Cabling Solutions Point-to-Point Structured Optical Cabling Solution Jumper Cable Installation 200 Jumper Cables 3 Trunk Cables
  21. 21. Data center considerations• Fast installation •Installer spend less time in data center •shorter cut-over• High Performance •minimise down-time •Low loss allow for flexibility in design• Minimise space used •Data center high cost due to supporting facilities• No chemicals •confined areas - fumes difficult to disperse •prevents accidental fires / damage
  22. 22. Connector Options Connectors • Modules support wide range of connectors – SC, ST, LC • Modules connect to trunk – MTP connectors. MTP connectorSC, ST, LC, MTRJ connectors
  23. 23. Plug & Play • Improve installation time by as much as 70% • Saves up to 60% rack and floor space • No site terminations, no chemicals • Factory terminated & tested for high performance
  24. 24. Scalabilty requires − rapid deployment / expansion − factory terminated performance Manageability requires − lower cable counts for easy handling Design Concept 2Datacenter cabling shall be preterminated for fast deployment & expansion
  25. 25. Angled Patchpanel design
  26. 26. Angled Patchpanel Vertical Cable Manager Angled Patchpanel Allows cables to be routed directly to vertical CM. No need for horizontal cableCISCO 6500 series managers
  27. 27. Angled Patchpanel •Eliminates Eliminates horizontal cable mgrs. Double Your Density ! •Saves floor Saves space & rental.
  28. 28. COMPARISIONAngled patchpanel Conventional patchpanel vs. No Horizontal Cable Managers !!!
  29. 29. COMPARISION Conventional Angled patchpanel. patchpanelsNo. of horizontal cable 21 0managersNo. of patchpanels 21 42No. of ports 504 1008 Density Doubled!!!
  30. 30. Manageability requires − patchcords to be routed easily and neatly − both equipment and patchpanel − ease of search − patchcords to maintain bend radius Scalability requires − space to be maximised for future expansion Design concept 3Patching solution must be based on angled patch design.
  31. 31. Integrated Network MonitoringTraditional Network Management System (NMS) Monitors active equipment. Gives info on logical level. No info at the physical level. ROUTER SWITCH PATCHPANEL DEVICES Network Mgt solution
  32. 32. Integrated Network MonitoringIntelligent Cabling solutions Gives physical information. Monitors patchpanels and location of devices. ROUTER SWITCH PATCHPANEL DEVICES Intelligent cabling solution
  33. 33. Integrated Network MonitoringIntelligent cabling integrated with NMS Monitors both active and passive devices. Gives complete physical & logical information. Complete real time information on network. Aids troubleshooting & maintenance. ROUTER SWITCH PATCHPANEL DEVICES Network Mgt solution Intelligent cabling solution
  34. 34. Manageability requires − always knowing how your cabling are patched − integration of physical layer with network monitoringSecurity requires − any unauthorised changes to be tracked Design Concept 4Cabling system shall be supported by a intelligent cabling system
  35. 35. Design concept - SummaryDesign Concept 1Cabling shall support 10G & next generation technologiesDesign Concept 2Datacenter cabling shall be preterminated for fast deployment & expansionDesign Concept 3Patching solution must be based on angled patch design.Design Concept 4Cabling system shall be supported by a intelligent cabling system
  36. 36. Design concept - SummaryDesign Concept 1Cabling shall support 10G & next generation technologies >>>GIGASPEED X10D / Teraspeed / LazrspeedDesign Concept 2Datacenter cabling shall be preterminated for fast deployment & expansion >>>INSTAPATCHDesign Concept 3Patching solution must be based on angled patch design. >>>GIGASPEED X10D ANGLED PATCHDesign Concept 4Cabling system shall be supported by a intelligent cabling system >>>IPATCH
  37. 37. •QUESTIONS? Jeffrey.lam@anixter.com +65 97849870

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