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Secure, High Performance
Transport Networks Based on
WDM Technology

Uli Schlegel, BD Datacenter Solutions
17.10.2013
Who We Are

2

© 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
ADVA Optical Networking
Our History
• Two decades of innovation

Our Markets
• Operator, enterprise, government, research ...
How We Continue to ADVAnce
300

LEAD

Revenues (EUR million)

150

BUILD
50

Solutions

Customers

0

START

100% enterpri...
Products and Solutions

5

© 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
What is WDM?

Glass prism

Glass prism
~ WDM multiplexer

6

© 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confiden...
Our Solutions
Ethernet Access

Metro

Optical Access

Enterprise

7

© 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. ...
Private Enterprise Networks

Highest Availability
FSP 3000
Lowest Latency

Maximum Security
Primary Data Center

Backup Da...
FSP 3000 Product Overview

9

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FSP 3000 Overview
Applications
•

Multi-service transport from access to long-haul applications

•

High-capacity multi-po...
FSP 3000 Native Service Offerings
Mbit/s

Coupling
Link
ISC-2

2G FC/
FICON
ISC-3 Infini
Band
SDR

43.018

FC/
FICON

39.8...
Basic Working Scheme of WDM

Optical Layer
Components

Transponders

Switch/Router
Server/Disk

MUX

xPDR
xPDR
xPDR
xPDR
x...
System Overview
 Shelf








AC or DC PSU (redundant)
SCU
NCU
OSCM + OSFM
EDFA + DCM
Filters
Transponders

 1HU...
Module Types

14

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Transponder Designs

Client I/F

SONET/SDH
Mapping

G.709

Network

w/ FEC

I/F

Full standard compliant network (WDM)
Int...
Muxponder (TDM) Designs
Typical link delay: 30μs ≙ 6km of fiber

Client I/F

Client I/F

CODEC

8B/10B
CODEC

8B/10B
CODEC...
Transponders and MuxPonders
Channel Cards – Overview

Key features

Description

CORE modules
WCC / TCC

ACCESS modules
WC...
Transponders and Muxponders

Channel Cards – Full Service Support
Line speed:

100G

optimized

WCC-TN

WCC-PCTN

2TWCC-PC...
16G FC Enterprise Transport
4WCE-PCN-16G
•

Quad Transponder

•

Multi-service: 8G FC, 10GbE, 16G FC

•

Optimized for Dat...
Enterprise Muxponder w/ Encryption
5TCE-PCTN-10GU(8GU)+AES10G(S)
•

Universal Enterprise Muxponder

•

AES256 encryption w...
100G Metro & Enterprise Muxponder
10TCE-PCN-10GU+100G
•

100G (10x Any) Muxponder

•

Multi-service: 10GE, 8G FC, SDH

•

...
100G Metro & Enterprise Transponder
WCE-PCN-100G - second generation
Encryption on 100G
•

AES256 encryption with 2048bit ...
FSP Management Suite Overview
Applications
•

Element management
• Graphical user interface for point-and-click
provisioni...
Photonic Layer

24

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From 40 to 120 Wavelengths WDM System
40 Channels
C-Band

80 Channels
C-Band

Booster
PreAmp

Interleaver

C-Band
Odd

C-B...
NE Management and Monitoring
Optical Power Tracking

•

Fiber cut protection through software adjustable
switching thresho...
Qualifications

27

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FSP Qualifications
•

Providing a bit level transport on optical layer is not enough

•

ADVA has to understand the applic...
FSP Qualifications- Examples
•

GDPS, IEDN/ZBX and Metro-Mirror Qualification for the following cards
•

•

4TCA, WCA-PC-1...
The Next Steps SDN/Openflow

30

© 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
Software-Defined Networking
Network
Network
Apps
User I/Fs
Apps

Network Apps
Network Apps
Network Apps

Orchestration

Ap...
SDN Principles & Benefits
Separation of data

•

Deterministic behavior,
predictable performance,
rapid convergence

•

Si...
SDN in Data Centers
Orchestration of IT & network resources

Virtual
storage

Virtual
network

Storage pool

Fabric interc...
SDN Beyond DC Boundaries
Web 2.0 data centers

Cloud data centers

From “warehouse-scale computers” to “the network is the...
Optical OpenFlow Extensions
Optical Performance Constraints
Sequential Lightpath Setup/Teardown
Optical Power Balancing

O...
Circuit Switching with OpenFlow

Circuit Switching Extensions
Circuit Flows
In
Port

In
Lambda

VCG

Starting
Time-Slot

S...
ADVA SDN Enablement
SDN controller

SDN controller

OpenFlow interface

OpenFlow vJack

OpenFlow interface

OpenFlow Direc...
WAN Virtualization & Orchestration

Database
Policy Manager

Resource Mgr

Provisioning

Path Compute

Topology Disc

Cont...
ADVA SDN Trial Activities

39

© 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
Thank you
uschlegel@advaoptical.com

IMPORTANT NOTICE
The content of this presentation is strictly confidential. ADVA Opti...
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  1. 1. Secure, High Performance Transport Networks Based on WDM Technology Uli Schlegel, BD Datacenter Solutions 17.10.2013
  2. 2. Who We Are 2 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  3. 3. ADVA Optical Networking Our History • Two decades of innovation Our Markets • Operator, enterprise, government, research & education Our Quality Commitment • TL 9000 and ISO 14001 Our Leadership • #1 in Ethernet Access Devices and #4 in Metro WDM “Our mission is to be the trusted partner for innovative Optical+Ethernet transport solutions that ADVANCE next-generation networks for data, storage, voice and video services.” Your trusted partner for speed and innovation 3 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  4. 4. How We Continue to ADVAnce 300 LEAD Revenues (EUR million) 150 BUILD 50 Solutions Customers 0 START 100% enterprises 30% carriers 70% enterprises FSP-I 75% carriers 25% enterprises FSP 500 OCM 4 OCM 8 & 16 1994 FSP-II FSP 2000 FSP 150 2001 FSP 3000 FSP Management Suite 2012 Enterprises and carriers drive innovation and profitable growth 4 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  5. 5. Products and Solutions 5 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  6. 6. What is WDM? Glass prism Glass prism ~ WDM multiplexer 6 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  7. 7. Our Solutions Ethernet Access Metro Optical Access Enterprise 7 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential. Core
  8. 8. Private Enterprise Networks Highest Availability FSP 3000 Lowest Latency Maximum Security Primary Data Center Backup Data Center Market-leading enterprise connectivity solutions 8 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  9. 9. FSP 3000 Product Overview 9 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  10. 10. FSP 3000 Overview Applications • Multi-service transport from access to long-haul applications • High-capacity multi-point connectivity for legacy and nextgeneration services • Optical access, backhaul and wavelength services • Cost-effective and scalable second mile transport network for broadband services • Fiber relief and private enterprise networks • Data center inter-connection for disaster recovery and business continuity solutions Features • • CWDM, DWDM, ROADM with GMPLS and WDM-PON • High density transponder and low-latency, OTH and packet aggregation modules up to 100Gbit/s • 10 120 protected wavelengths in flexible point-to-point, point-tomultipoint, ring and mesh topologies EDFA and Raman amplification for reach extension beyond 2000km and up to 50dB single span loss © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential. Scalable optical transport
  11. 11. FSP 3000 Native Service Offerings Mbit/s Coupling Link ISC-2 2G FC/ FICON ISC-3 Infini Band SDR 43.018 FC/ FICON 39.813 10.709 OTU-2 OTU-3 10GbE WAN-PHY LAN-PHY Gigabit Ethernet ESCON 10.518 10.000 10.312 9.953 8.500 5.000 4.250 STM-256 STM-64 OTU-1 Ethernet Fast LAN/ Ethernet WAN LAN 11 2.666 STM-16 OTN SAN Sysplex Timer ETR,CLO HPC-Cluster 2.500 2.488 2.125 STM-1 STM-4 1.250 1.062,5 622,08 200 155,52 125 12,5 8…16 SDH/ ATM Gbit/s 4G FC/ FICON 8G FC Infini Band 1xDDR © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential. 100 GbE 10G 16G FC FC Infini Band 1xQDR
  12. 12. Basic Working Scheme of WDM Optical Layer Components Transponders Switch/Router Server/Disk MUX xPDR xPDR xPDR xPDR xPDR xPDR EDFA “Grey”interface on WDM system End device that connects to other side WDM MUX combines wavelengths onto fiber WDM wavelength up to 160 Mux/Transponder card converts “Grey” to WDM wavelength 12 Optical amplifier (optional) © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential. Dark fiber
  13. 13. System Overview  Shelf        AC or DC PSU (redundant) SCU NCU OSCM + OSFM EDFA + DCM Filters Transponders  1HU Slimline Shelf      SCU NCU Filters Redundant AC or DC PSU Transponders  Note: Some systems has DC feed only, so rectifiers are needed too 13 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  14. 14. Module Types 14 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  15. 15. Transponder Designs Client I/F SONET/SDH Mapping G.709 Network w/ FEC I/F Full standard compliant network (WDM) Interface for Telco/ISP interaction • Digital performance monitoring • Up to 2000+km possible • Proprietary network interface • simplePerformance monitoring • Up to 200km possible w/o regeneration Very fast and relaible (high MTBF) WDM Mapping • • Typical link delay: 5μs ≙ 1km of fiber Telco/ISP Transponder design Typical link delay : 50ns ≙ 10m of fiber WDM Client I/F signal regeneration Network I/F Simple Transponder design 15 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  16. 16. Muxponder (TDM) Designs Typical link delay: 30μs ≙ 6km of fiber Client I/F Client I/F CODEC 8B/10B CODEC 8B/10B CODEC 8B/10B w/ FEC I/F • Up to 2000+km possible Delay is not stable Proprietary network interface Simple Performance monitoring • Up to 200km possible w/o regeneration • Very fast and reliable (high MTBF) • Mapping Network Digital performance monitoring • WDM • • G.709 Full standard compliant network (WDM) Interface for Telco/ISP interaction • (e.g GFP) Client I/F • 8B/10B Standard Framing Client I/F Transparent for ‘non standard’ signals CODEC Telco/ISP Muxponder design Typical link delay: 5μs ≙ 1km of fiber Client I/F Client I/F CODEC 8B/10B CODEC 8B/10B CODEC Speed framing Client I/F 8B/10B Proprietary High Client I/F 8B/10B WDM Network I/F CODEC Simple Muxponder design 16 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  17. 17. Transponders and MuxPonders Channel Cards – Overview Key features Description CORE modules WCC / TCC ACCESS modules WCA / TCA ENTERPRISE modules WCE / TCE 17  Performance optimized  Compliance focused (SDH/Sonet, OTH G.709 features)  Cost optimized  High application flexibility  Application-specific  Certified for dedicated enterprise applications  (E-)FEC, ECC, GFP  Full set of SDH/Sonet and OTH features (PM, (G)-AIS/RDI, TCM)  Single board path protection for network interfaces  Pluggable network interfaces  ECC, PM available  Highly reliable, serial design  Supports special storage protocols  Certified and tested within special storage environment © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  18. 18. Transponders and Muxponders Channel Cards – Full Service Support Line speed: 100G optimized WCC-TN WCC-PCTN 2TWCC-PCN 10TCC-PCTN Performance 10G WCC-PCTN Core cards 40G 4TCC-PCTN 4TCC-PCTN 4TCC-PCN Full G.709 2G7 10TCC-PCTN support 4G 2WCC-PCN Access cards 2WCA-PCN Cost optimized 10PCA-PCN Protocol aware 2PCA-PCN Enterprise cards Fully certified Pluggable IF 18 WCE-PCN 10TCE-PCN 5TCE-PCTN 4WCE-PCN-16G Tunable IF © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential. 4TCA-PCN WCA-PCN 2TCA-PCN
  19. 19. 16G FC Enterprise Transport 4WCE-PCN-16G • Quad Transponder • Multi-service: 8G FC, 10GbE, 16G FC • Optimized for Data Center • High density - Low latency • supports transparent forwarding of Brocade compression/encryption 4x Client SFP+ 4x Network XFP CWDM (8ch) DWDM (80ch C-band) Client Grey (0.3/ 10km) SFP(+) SFP(+) SFP(+) SFP(+) 8G FC 10GbE 16G FC Module Transparent transport LOS forwarding Network DWDM* (40ch C-band) XFP V 8G FC 10GbE 16G FC XFP V XFP V XFP V Grey (0.3/ 10/80km) 19 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  20. 20. Enterprise Muxponder w/ Encryption 5TCE-PCTN-10GU(8GU)+AES10G(S) • Universal Enterprise Muxponder • AES256 encryption with 1576bit key • Dynamic key exchange • 5x Any Multi-service • PCS Transparent or terminated 2x Client SFP/SFP+ • SDH network variant Network Interface Client SFP 5x GbE 5x 1G/2G FC SFP 3x 4G FC SFP 8G/10G*FC SFP(+) 5G IB/10G* IB SFP + ( 20 ) STM-16/64* 10GbE* Module TDM (transparent or PCS terminated Network Prop. framing STM64 Prop. framing OTN-, Eth-PM GCC 0 ODU2 AES encryption Grey (0.3/ 10/40km) 3x Client SFP © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential. OTU2 GFEC tunable IF
  21. 21. 100G Metro & Enterprise Muxponder 10TCE-PCN-10GU+100G • 100G (10x Any) Muxponder • Multi-service: 10GE, 8G FC, SDH • Ultra high density • Low power – low latency • Unique 4x 28G interface • Cost breaking 100G solution Grey (0.3/ 10km) SFP+ SFP+ SFP+ SFP+ SFP+ SFP+ SFP+ SFP+ SFP+ SFP+ Network DWDM CFP 10x Client SFP+ Client Module 10x 10GbE 10x 4/8G FC 10x STM64/ OC-192 (R12.1) GMP ODUflex Network 4x 28G DWDM (96ch C-band) G.709 framing OTN-PM ODU4 GCC 0 OTU4 tunable CFP GFEC EFEC* * as variant 21 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  22. 22. 100G Metro & Enterprise Transponder WCE-PCN-100G - second generation Encryption on 100G • AES256 encryption with 2048bit key exchange • Dynamic key exchange • 10 x Any Multi-service • 10GE/FC4/8/10/16/Infiniband • 40GE/100GE SFP+ SFP+ SFP+ SFP+ SFP+ SFP+ SFP+ SFP+ SFP+ SFP+ 22 Network DWDM CFP 10x Client SFP+ Client Module Network 10x 10GbE 10x 4/8G FC 10x STM-64/ OC-192 GMP ODUflex ODU4 AES 256 OTU4 EFEC OTU PM © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential. Tuneable CFP
  23. 23. FSP Management Suite Overview Applications • Element management • Graphical user interface for point-and-click provisioning of all modules and functions • Network management • Simplified alarm reporting, performance monitoring, fault analysis and log-file generation • Service management • End-to-end service creation and maintenance via software automation Features • • Scheduled automatic backup and network maintenance such as software and release management • Accelerated service provisioning via service templates • 23 Customization of labels, alarm thresholds and views to adapt to provider-specific requirements Integration with back-office operations support systems through powerful northbound interface © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential. Integrated network management
  24. 24. Photonic Layer 24 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  25. 25. From 40 to 120 Wavelengths WDM System 40 Channels C-Band 80 Channels C-Band Booster PreAmp Interleaver C-Band Odd C-Band Even Interleaver C-Band Odd 120 Channels C + L-Band Booster PreAmp Booster PreAmp C-Band Even L-Band Booster PreAmp C/L Band Splitter Combiner Maximum transport capacity of up to 8.4 Tbps 25 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  26. 26. NE Management and Monitoring Optical Power Tracking • Fiber cut protection through software adjustable switching thresholds • Alarm generation through adjustable min/max fiber attenuation thresholds • Long term fiber performance information through integrated database • Intrusion detection through correlation of typical power signatures fiber cut fiber degradation long-term effects fiber intrusion 26 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  27. 27. Qualifications 27 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  28. 28. FSP Qualifications • Providing a bit level transport on optical layer is not enough • ADVA has to understand the applications and the impacts of conversion and distance transport • To verify our understanding and to make sure our customers get the full support of their storage equipment vendors we run an extensive qualification program • ADVA qualification partners: GDPS (PSIFB) Metro Mirror Global Mirror SRDF Mirrorview Metro Cluster Qfabric Non Stop Server Server Cluster MX 28 DCX 6xxx VDX © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  29. 29. FSP Qualifications- Examples • GDPS, IEDN/ZBX and Metro-Mirror Qualification for the following cards • • 4TCA, WCA-PC-10G, 2WCA, 5TCE, 5TCE-AES, 4WCE, 10TCE SRDF, Mirrorview Qualification for the following cards and releases: • • Qualification for 4G FC, 8G FC, 10G FC, 16G FC and 10GE with DCX, 51xx, 61xx and VDX for the following cards and releases: • • 4TCA, WCA-PC-10G, 2WCA, 5TCE, 5TCE-AES, 4WCE, 10TCE 4TCA, WCA-PC-10G, 2WCA, 5TCE, 5TCE-AES, 4WCE, 10TCE Qualification for GE and 10GE with Qfabric Interconnect and QFX Gateway for the following cards and releases: • 29 2WCA, 2WCC, 5TCE, 5TCE-AES © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  30. 30. The Next Steps SDN/Openflow 30 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  31. 31. Software-Defined Networking Network Network Apps User I/Fs Apps Network Apps Network Apps Network Apps Orchestration Applications & derived network services Open APIs (e.g. RESTful) Platform services Extensions SDN Controller Platform e.g. OpenFlow, Network services Open Northbound Interfaces Southbound Interfaces Netconf/YANG, vendor-specific Network Elements Turning the network into a programmable resource under central control. 31 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  32. 32. SDN Principles & Benefits Separation of data • Deterministic behavior, predictable performance, rapid convergence • Simplified planning, global optimization, off-line analysis management & control • Secure multi-tenancy & infrastructure sharing HW abstraction • Better machine & service mobility • Application-driven networking and control plane Flow oriented data plane Centralized and virtualization Network programmability More network efficiency & IT-style automation, basis for new services. 32 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  33. 33. SDN in Data Centers Orchestration of IT & network resources Virtual storage Virtual network Storage pool Fabric interconnect Virtual compute Server pool Virtualization is a key concept to pool servers, storage and appliances and share them in a flexible and dynamic way. 33 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  34. 34. SDN Beyond DC Boundaries Web 2.0 data centers Cloud data centers From “warehouse-scale computers” to “the network is the computer”. 34 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  35. 35. Optical OpenFlow Extensions Optical Performance Constraints Sequential Lightpath Setup/Teardown Optical Power Balancing OpenFlow Support for FSP 3000 ROADM platform Optical Node Model: Wavelength Continuity & Dynamic Switching Constraints Connectivity & Topology Discovery Signal Mapping & Format Compatibility 1:N WSS 1:N WSS WSS 1:N WSS WSS WSS WSS λ Block 1:N WSS OSC WSS Any λ 1:N WSS (Out-of-band) λ2λ3 TX C λ1 Optical extensions required to deal with the analogue nature of the optical layer. 35 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  36. 36. Circuit Switching with OpenFlow Circuit Switching Extensions Circuit Flows In Port In Lambda VCG Starting Time-Slot Signal 36 Type Out Port Out Lambda VCG Starting Signal 36 Time-Slot Type Good for electrical switches, but limited support for optical wavelength switching. 36 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  37. 37. ADVA SDN Enablement SDN controller SDN controller OpenFlow interface OpenFlow vJack OpenFlow interface OpenFlow Direct • Intermediate OpenFlow–enabled mediation server • Direct OpenFlow agent on network elements • Simplification of Optical Network representation • Detailled Control of Ethernet-based elements • Reduced complexity on OpenFlow controller • Suited to networks with simple physics ADVA FSP 3000R7 ADVA FSP 150 OpenFlow Overlay and OpenFlow Direct implementation Open Networking Forum standardization ongoing 37 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  38. 38. WAN Virtualization & Orchestration Database Policy Manager Resource Mgr Provisioning Path Compute Topology Disc Control Flow DB Resource DB Topology DB Policy DB Optical SDN Controller WAN is exposed as virtual topology using OpenFlow or Restful API. 38 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential. Abstraction with Extensions Physical ressources Restful API Derived topology Optical Transport SDN
  39. 39. ADVA SDN Trial Activities 39 © 2013 ADVA Optical Networking. All rights reserved. Confidential.
  40. 40. Thank you uschlegel@advaoptical.com IMPORTANT NOTICE The 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 or representations of any kind, either express or implied. ADVA Optical Networking shall not be responsible for and disclaims any liability 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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