Michigan Collaboration Summit - Washtenaw Community College

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Check out these slides from David Altstaetter and Dan Orzech from ADVA Optical Networking and Roy Hockett from ITS Communications Systems and Data Centers, University of Michigan, at the Michigan Collaboration Summit 2013.

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Michigan Collaboration Summit - Washtenaw Community College

  1. 1. Michigan Collaboration SummitWashtenaw Community CollegeRoy Hockett - Network ArchitectITS Communications Systems and Data Centers University of MichiganDan Orzech – Systems ConsultantADVA Optical NetworkingDavid Altstaetter – Director, Applications & SolutionsADVA Optical Networking
  2. 2. 2 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  3. 3. Is collaborative effort between Merit, MiLR, REACH and ADVA. Workingtogether, Merit coordinate the upgrade effort. U of M, MSU, Wayne State andMerit provided escort personal, ADVA supplied the people necessary to installand turn up the equipment. The network above, that consisted of 7 Add/Dropsites and 7 Line Amp sites was cut-over in 3 days.3 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  4. 4. Considerations• Rack Space • Is there sufficient space in the rack to accommodate a FSP3000 shelf or shelves?• Power • Is there sufficient power in the rack to accommodate a FSP3000 shelf or shelves? • Upgrade may be required• Time Constraint / Time of Year • What is the maintenance window available in order to cut over the network? • How many NE will need to be cutover? • What are their locations?• Logistics / Staffing / Access • How many people will be required? • Travel distance site to site? • Is access to the sites set up?• Fiber Cutover • Done in segments • Leapfrog bodies4 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  5. 5. Lesson learned• Provide better documentation for ADVA for a more accurate network design • Ensure there sufficient space in the rack to accommodate a FSP3000 shelf or shelves? • NE ID’s – IP address – Visio Diagram – Installation Documents – Power Requirements• Conference call prior to cutover • Discuss upgrade as a team. Different points of view bring up different possible problems and solutions • Conference call open during the installation very helpful• Set up via NMS after installation complete • Provisioning using the NMS will allow quicker discovery of services• Detail address spaces, two nodes one ID_ problem • If this will be a problem, address resolution should be identified prior to the install• OSC in the FSP3000 is a flat layer 2 and does not communicate with the RE OSC layer 35 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  6. 6. What went well• ADVA staged the entire network prior to the deployment. • A very a good thing - proper addressing for smoother transition• Entire network done in 3 days - 7 Add/ Drop sites, 7 Amp sites• Ring done in 3 separate segments• Well documented diagrams / wave assignments6 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  7. 7. Reach-3MC Map7 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  8. 8. ADVA Company Overview“Our mission is to be the trusted partner for Founded 1994innovative Optical+Ethernet transport solutionsthat ADVANCE next-generation networks for Public company (FSE:ADV)data, storage, voice and video services.” $429M in 2012 1,300 employees 300+ in North America HQ- Norcross, Georgia Over 400 degreed engineers Diverse global customer base Enterprise, R&E, Carrier Market leader in Enterprise Connectivity Solutions Your solutions partner for Packet Optical transport solutions8 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  9. 9. ADVA Fiber Service Platform Solutions Ethernet Access Metro Core Business Ethernet Agile Core Transport Mobile Backhaul Optical Access Broadband Backhaul Enterprise Application-Optimized Data Center Connectivity Enterprise Networks Unified network and service management9 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  10. 10. FSP3000 System Architecture 9HU High End Shelf Central Equipment Management Panel 3x RJ45 Ethernet Telemetry interface (16xI/O) and LED’s High power support by 4x PSCU interfaces for inventory of passive units optimized air flow User interface (Display) and shelf alarm status LED’s management and individual swappable fan unitsNetwork Controller Unit (NCU- II) for NE Management Separate electrical and optical cable managementShelf Controller Units (SCU)for Connectivity within and between shelves 1000W Power Supply Units (PSU) with Redundancy 10 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  11. 11. FSP 3000 System Architecture 7HU Common Shelf and 1HU Slimline Shelf• 7HU Shelf (20 slots) • Redundant PSU (400/600/800W AC/DC options) • SCU • NCU, NCU-II • OSCM + OSFM • EDFA + DCM • Filters • Transponders• 1HU Slimline Shelf (2 slots) • Redundant AC/DC PSU on board • SCU, SCU-S • NCU / NCU-II • Filters • Transponders 11 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  12. 12. FSP 3000 Key Features Lowest total cost of ownership  R7 increases density - 16 10G transponders per shelf  R7 w/ 4WCE can have 64 x 10G on a single 7RU shelf.  Flexibility, Simplicity Full Connectivity Portfolio for SAN and HPC- Clustering  Long distance FC transport (4G-FC) on 10G Core Muxponder  Dual muxponder for highest density & lowest cost FC transport  8G-FC and Infiniband support with 10G Access Transponder Support of all carrier and  16G FC with 4WCE –IBM Certified enterprise protocols and I/Fs: SDH/SONET, ODU/OTU, Lowest latency transport in the industry ESCON, FICON,1/2/4/8/10G FC, GbE, 10GE, IB (SDR, Power efficiency and rack space DDR, QDR), 40G, 100G Qualifications for all major Technology Leadership - Proven track record of enterprise apps (e.g. IBM commitment to investment protection GDPS(PSIFB)) Encryption Sophisticated optical layer: The scalable optical transport solution ROADMs, EDFAs, RAMAN, DWDM 120l12 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  13. 13. METRO Convergence Fibre Channel Fibre Channel FICON Channel FICON Channel ESCON Channel ESCON Channel ADVA FSP3000 Infiniband Infiniband DWDM‘s System z System z Fiber Pair FabricPath FabricPath Brocade One Brocade One QFabric QFabric Sonet/SDH Sonet/SDH Video Video Ethernet Ethernet FULLY ENCRYPTED PAYLOAD AT THE PHYSICAL LAYER Router Site A Site B Router WAN WDM-transport WDM-transport FC switch WDM FC switch encryption13 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  14. 14. Typical Enterprise implementations Point to Point Network • Optical networks for business continuity and disaster recovery • Guaranteeing the survival of essential data even in case of a catastrophic failure • Static high-bandwidth connections for instant data replication by synchronous disk mirroring FSP Management Data center A Suite Data center B Server Server Switches/ Switches/ Directors Directors Disk array Disk array Tape Tape14 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  15. 15. Typical Enterprise implementations Ring Network• Optical networks for data center inter-connection • Network infrastructure to enable storage and server virtualization across data center sites • Static high-bandwidth connections for data transmission between processing and storage sites • Essential to exploit gains from statistical resource allocation and therefore increase efficiency Data Center North Server Farm Storage Farm Multi-site East West Network Data Center Data Center South-West South-East15 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  16. 16. Multiservice Application Overview - Native Service OfferingsMbit/s Gbit/s 10Gbit/s 100Gbit/s 103.250 111.825 43.018 41.250 10.000 10.518 10.709 39.813 10.312 14.025 1.062,5 1.250 2.125 2.488 2.500 2.666 125 155,52 200 622,08 4.250 5.000 8.500 9.953 12,5 8…16SDH STM-1 STM-4 STM-16 STM-64 STM-256 OTU1 OTU2 OTU3 OTU4OTN Ethernet Gigabit 10GbE 40GbE 100GbELAN/ Fast Ethernet WAN-PHYWANLAN Ethernet LAN-PHY ESCON FC/ 2G FC/ 4G FC/ 8G 10G 16G FICON FICON FICON FC FC FCSANSysplex Timer Coupling ISC-3 Infini Infini Infini ETR,CLO Link Band Band BandHPC-Cluster ISC-2 SDR 1xDDR 1xQDR 16 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  17. 17. Transponders and Muxponders Channel Cards – Full Service Support Pluggable IF Tunable IF Line speed: 100G 40G 10G 4G/2G7Core cards WCC-PCTN WCC-TN 2WCC-PCN 2TWCC-PCNPerformance optimized 4TCC-PCTN WCC-PCTN LN/V 4TCC-PCNFull G.709 support 10TCC-PCN 10TCC-PCTN LN/V 4TCC-PCTN LN/VAccess cards 2WCA-PCN* 4TCA-PCN-4G*Cost optimised 10PCA-PCN WCA-PCNProtocol aware 2PCA-PCNEnterprise cards 5TCE-PCTN LN/V* 10TCE-PCN*Fully qualified* 5TCE-PCTN-AES* WCE-PCN* 4WCE-PCN-16G* R11.2 17 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  18. 18. Application Optimized 100GSolutions
  19. 19. Motivation for 100G - Why? • Data rates growth • Network consolidation & optimization • Improve Efficency • Cost • Spectral occupancy • Power consumption • Space In 2015 total traffic will be 4 times larger than in 201019 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  20. 20. IEEE 802.3ba 40/100G Interfaces Client options for 100G Customer Provider 100GbE N x 100GbE Optical Transport Network Client I/F DWDM Line I/F IEEE 802.3ba TF ITU-T SG15 OIF 100G-BASE-xx OTU4 Electronic I/F specs, 100G DWDM optical specs, LH modules (DP-QPSK) PHY Description Port Type IEEE P802.3ba Task Force meeting, May 2008, Munich, GermanyNomenclature for the 3-part suffix• 40 = 40 Gb/s, 100 = 100 Gb/s 40G Backplane PHY 40GBASE-KR4• Medium type 40G Cable Assembly PHY 40GBASE-CR4 • Copper • K = Backplane 100G Cable Assembly PHY 100GBASE-CR10 • C = Cable assembly • Optical 40G MMF 100m PHY (Ribbon) 40GBASE-SR4 • S = Short Reach (100 m) 100G MMF 100m PHY (Ribbon) 100GBASE-SR10 • L = Long Reach (10 km) • E = Extended Long Reach (40 km) 40GBASE-LR4• R = 64B/66B block coding 40G SMF 10km PHY 100GBASE-LR4 100G SMF 10km PHY• Number of lanes or wavelengths 100GBASE-LR10* • Copper: n = 4 or 10 • Optical: n = number of lanes or wavelengths 100G SMF 40km PHY 100GBASE-ER4 * Not standardized, but MSA available.20 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  21. 21. 100G Solutions Optimum bandwidth delivery of every need Core & Metro Core • Performance, Capacity & Reach Coherent DP-DQPSK optimized • DSP technology • Longer Distances (up to • Integrated compensation >2500km) with many ROADMs • 10GbE, SDH, OTN Metro & Enterprise • Cost, Power & Space optimized Direct Detect 4x28G • Shorter distance (10-500km) • LR4 concept for DWDM with few or none ROADMs • Based on 10G technology Huge amount of different Decision • Decision FEC channels (10GbE, 8-16G FC...) Decision Decision21 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  22. 22. Optimized 100G Solutions Core & Metro Core Metro & Enterprise22 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  23. 23. 100G Core Interface• Most efficient DSP implementation • Lowest power in market • High performance 60 GS/s sampling rate ADC• SD-FEC based on Turbo Product Code • Coding Gain: 11.1 dB @ 15% overhead • No external FEC needed (error floor<<10-18) • Burst error robustness: >2000 • Dispersion setting and channel selectivity within ms23 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  24. 24. 100G Core Interface …delivers optimum performance• 10G-like performance • OSNR @ FEC typ. 12.3 dB BOL (13.8dB EOL) • Multiple ROADM nodes (25GHz BW @ <0.5dB penalty)• High robustness • CD +/- 60,000 ps/nm • PMD 30 ps (100ps of DGD) with fast tracking (90ps in < 1 ms, SOP < 10 rad/ms) • PDL 3dB @ <0.5dB penalty• Simple operation • Quick cold start time of interface of <500 ms • Quick adaption to dispersion and PMD (~ms) • Integrated link performance monitoring (DGD, CD and pre-FEC statistics) 24 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  25. 25. Transmission Results – TW Example• 1520km (20-span) TrueWave(RS) link• 96x 100G with hybrid Raman/EDFAs and flex-grid ROADM• All channels modulated at 100G• Average power per channel ~-3dBm (per Eng. Rules and not optimized)• Min. Q margin 2.6dB (BER 2.8 x10-3 / 6.0dB OSNR margin)• Q margins on other channels > 3.6dB25 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  26. 26. Published ULH Performance • 3760km (47x80km) published trial with a US carrier, recently published • SD-FEC, 60,000ps/nm CD compensation, fast PMD tracking • 2.5dB margin26 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  27. 27. Directionless Colorless Add Drop a cost advantage of coherent detection OSC OSC 9:1 1:9 WSS AMP 9ROADM 9ROADM AMP 9:1 1:9 WSS Line switch OSC OSC OSC OSC 9:1 • 9CCM-96 and 1:9 WSS 8PSM planned AMP 9ROADM 9ROADM AMP for R13 9:1 1:9 WSS OSC OSC 72 colorless 8:1 directionless A/D 9:1 9:1 channels per Add drop WSS WSS 8PSM 9ROADM branch 9CCM 1:8 1:9 Channel selection 1:9 by coherent receiver27 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  28. 28. Metro & Access 100G Solution • Cost breaking 100G solution for up to 500km • Multi-service: Eth, FC, SDH • Multi-rate: 4G, 8G, 10G, 16G*, 40G, 100G clients • Ultra high density • Low power: less than 1 Watt per Gigabit • Low latency: configurable down to 3.5 microseconds Direct Detect 100G “Metro” Scheme 802.3ba 100G direct detect 100G coherent Cabling Access Metro LH Im ODB Decision 0 10 100 1000 10000 Decision Distance (km) FEC Re Decision Decision28 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  29. 29. 100G Metro/Enterprise Muxponder 40GE & 100GE support 4x 28Gb/s Switch/Router 1x 40GE DWDM with 40G Module (SR4) MTP LC Duplex 1x 40GE 1 12 fiber 2 3 4 Fan-out cable from MTP into 4x parallel 10G lanes using LC MTP connector with up to 12x parallel lanes Similar approach for 100GE (10 parallel lanes of 10G)29 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  30. 30. 100G for Metro and Core:One size does not fit all! • 100G for Core Networks • Longer Distances (>300km) • 10GbE, SDH, OTN • Performance, Capacity & Reach optimized • 100G for Metro and Enterprise Networks • Shorter distance (10-200km) • Huge amount of different channels (10GbE, 8-16G FC...) • Cost, Power & Space optimized 100G looks different in the Metro/Enterprise than in the Core!30 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  31. 31. Thank youinfo@advaoptical.comIMPORTANT NOTICEThe content of this presentation is strictly confidential. ADVA Optical Networking is the exclusive owner or licensee of the content,material, and information in this presentation. Any reproduction, publication or reprint, in whole or in part, is strictly prohibited.The information in this presentation may not be accurate, complete or up to date, and is provided without warranties orrepresentations of any kind, either express or implied. ADVA Optical Networking shall not be responsible for and disclaims anyliability for any loss or damages, including without limitation, direct, indirect, incidental, consequential and special damages,alleged to have been caused by or in connection with using and/or relying on the information contained in this presentation.Copyright © for the entire content of this presentation: ADVA Optical Networking.

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