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How Data Center Traffic is Changing Your Network by KC Lim

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How Data Center Traffic is Changing Your Network by KC Lim

  1. 1. How Data Center Traffic is Changing Your Network Lim Kok Chen
  2. 2. Market – Traffic Growth 2 Global Data Center IP Traffic Growth1 Global Data Center IP Traffic by Destination1 Global Data Center Storage Capacity1 Public vs Private Cloud Growth1 1https://www.cisco.com/c/dam/en/us/solutions/collateral/service-provider/global-cloud-index-gci/white-paper-c11-738085.pdf
  3. 3. My Day 3
  4. 4. Capitalizing on the DCI Market 4 Enterprise CSP ICP Customer to DC Wholesale DC to DC Private DC to DC CNP DC to Peering Point Primary Business Model Emerging Business Model Connectivity Service Provider Internet Content Provider Carrier Neutral Provider Who are the customers and how do we win?
  5. 5. Customer to DC Wholesale DC to DC Private DC to DC Strong Ecosystem Relationship Between Certain Segments - One opportunity can often lead to another - DC to Peering Point Data Center Ecosystem 5 CSP CNP An enterprise wants a service from a CNP The CNP partners with a CSP to provide connectivity The CNP knows of other Enterprises that want services CDN ICP Enterprise An enterprise wants a service from a ICP The ICP partners with a CSP to provide connectivity Infrastructure
  6. 6. Carrier Hotel MMR 3rd Party DC Data Center Connectivity 6 Service Providers Metro Edge Service Provider DC Enterprise Provider DC 3rd Party DC Service Provider Metro Core Service Provider LH Network Cloud connectivity to the SP data center2 Cloud connectivity to third party data center1 Wholesale services to ICPs/CSPs/other SP3 Providing transport for between SPs data centers4 DC Cluster DC Operator Interconnect5 Enterprise DC to CLS Interconnect6
  7. 7. Data Center Interconnection Malaysia Key Participants in the DCI Ecosystem •  Telcos / local carriers / ISP •  Dark fiber service providers •  Colocation providers •  Web2.0 or content or cloud providers •  Internet Exchange (IX) 7
  8. 8. Network Implications Customer Requirement – Business / Network Implications Business ImplicationsRequirement Larger Network Quick response time Lower Capex/Opex Improve ROI Rapid deployment Highly scalable Larger Bandwidth Cost Reduction High Agility Quick Time to Service
  9. 9. Malaysia DCI 9 Asia-American Gateway (AAG), TGA-Intra Asia (TGA-IA) and SEA-ME-WE3 (SMW3) cables all have suffered damages in September 2017. Terrestrial network as alternate routes?
  10. 10. •  Open Line System (OLS), Alienwave friendly •  Pluggable Optic (POL) for reach extension •  POP at Borders, CLS, and DC •  Large transit traffic •  High ports density, Low power consumption •  High OSNR performance, Less traffic regeneration Malaysia DCI Common Requirement 10
  11. 11. DCI is Still DWDM Transport Network 11 Pt-Pt Ring Mesh Understand Customers Business Model Leverage Value Propositions
  12. 12. DWDM Network 12 SDH SDH SDH SDH OTN OTN OTN OTN xOADM xOADM xOADM xOADM O C H O C H O C H O C H DWDM Multi Services Fiber Optical Channels CE CE CE CE
  13. 13. Disaggregation and Open Line System 13 Disaggregation separates integrated systems into functional blocks, enabling the network operator to select best-in-class products for each functional block. Each functional block is an open line system (OLS)
  14. 14. DWDM Network 14 FiberDWDM OCH OCH OCH OCH 10GbE 100GbE OTU4 STM64 8GFC Accelerating migration of long-haul and metro DWDM networks to 200G+ wavelengths. Is your network ready?
  15. 15. Open Line Systems 15 FiberDWDM OCH OCH OCH OCH OCH OCH Disaggregated and Open Line System to manage surging data traffic volumes
  16. 16. Open Line Systems 16 Optical Layer DWDM Network OLS Mux OLS Mux OCH OCH Prevents vendor lock-in by disaggregating the optical layer from the transmission layer. Open protocols and industry standards to interwork with almost any third-party optical DWDM Network.
  17. 17. Alienwave over Ciena/Cyan Z33 17 200G 16QAM Path 1 Path 2 200G 16QAM 200G 16QAM 200G 16QAM ROADM Network Ciena/Cyan Z33 AA-01 AA-02 XX-01 XX-02 YY-01 YY-02 ZZ-01 ZZ-02
  18. 18. Alienwave over Juniper/BTI 7000 18 CC AA BB FOADM Network Juniper/BTI 7000 Mixed of 10G and 100G Channels without guardband Reach extension using POL The goal is to reduce cost, footprint, and power consumption by leveraging the latest silicon photonics integration technologies in new OLS. This solve the issue of innovation depreciation and renewal cycles, and capacity and scalability of integrated system.
  19. 19. Network Disaggregation Pluggable Optics 19 Per Channel Power Monitor Dual Amplifier EVOA Aray Pre-Amp and OSC Pre-Amp and Booster Low Loss Filters Configurable Open Line System TDCM Coherent QPSK/8QAM/16QAM/64QAM Coherent Lite QPSK/16QAM Direct Detect PAM4/DMT OFP2
  20. 20. Alienwave over Your ROADM Extended Amplified Mux 20 7dB (10km) 20x10G 2x100G 9dB (20km) ROADM 20x10G 2x100G 7dB (10km) 20x10G 2x100G 9dB (20km) ROADM 20x10G 2x100G Recipe to win deal: -  Low cost on space, power -  Quick service turn-up
  21. 21. Summary 21 DC Market is a Complex Environment with Many Different Connectivity Models Growth in 10G and 100G Client Connectivity Increasing Supply for High Speed Optical Component DC customers have some unique requirements Disaggregated Network Open Network Open API Improved Innovation Speed What’s New Select best-in-class functional blocks Change in paradigm is creating huge opportunities Improved Coherent Optics Performance
  22. 22. Thank You. 22

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