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June, 22-24. Alessandro D’Alessandro. MPLS World Congress 2005. Paris, 17 February 2005. Contents. OIF overview OIF World interoperability demo An example of local demo: Telecom Italia Lab experience in Torino Conclusions. Optical Internetworking Forum (OIF) Overview. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Alessandro DAlessandroParis, 17 February 2005 MPLS World Congress 2005 June, 22-24

  • ContentsOIF overviewOIF World interoperability demoAn example of local demo: Telecom Italia Lab experience in TorinoConclusions

  • Optical Internetworking Forum (OIF)OverviewLaunched in April 1998 with the main objective to foster the development of low-cost and scalable internet using optical technologiesThe only industry group bringing together professionals from the data and optical communitiesOpen forum: 130+ member companiesCarriersComponent and systems vendorsTesting and software companiesOIF Mission To foster the development and deployment of interoperable products and services for data switching and routing using optical networking technologieswww.oiforum.com

  • Optical Internetworking Forum (OIF)Organization and main focus

  • Optical Internetworking Forum (OIF)Organization and main focus

  • Implementation agreements, usingCarrier & user groups requirementsExisting standards and specifications when available Newly developed solutions when necessaryInteroperability demonstrations, to validate industry acceptance and maturity of implementation agreementsTesting methods, to evaluate interoperability that will help in the accelerated development of interoperable products and networksInputs to other standardization bodies and foraOptical Internetworking Forum (OIF)Outputs

  • ContentsOIF overviewOIF World interoperability demoAn example of local demo : Telecom Italia Lab experience in TurinConclusions

  • OIF World Interoperability Demo 2004 (I)Interop Area 1: Fast, automatic and dynamic end-to-end optical multi-vendor connection management

    Demo objectivesDynamic resource allocation by a standardized control planeAutomatic provisioning by client equipment via UNI interface (Switched connections) or by management system (Soft permanent connections)Automatic multi-domain provisioning via E-NNI interface

    Carrier perspectives and benefitsEnabling of advanced, customizable servicesEnabling of multi-vendor interoperabilitySimplification of node/network managementEffort and time reduction for end-to-end service provisioning

  • OIF World Interoperability Demo 2004 (II)Interop Area 2: Efficient Ethernet transport over SONET/SDH (GFP, VCAT, LCAS)

    Demo objectivesGeneric Framing Protocol: mapping Ethernet over SONET/SDHVirtual Concatenation: flexible bandwidth allocation and diverse paths Link Capacity Adjustment Scheme: hitless bandwidth modification

    Carrier perspective and benefitsEfficient use of existing SDH infrastructure for offering Ethernet data servicesPossibility of advanced Ethernet connectivityPacket data with SONET/SDH grade reliability and multiple QoS

  • A distributed real time demo

  • A distributed real time demo

  • Supercomm 2004 Interop Demo Team

  • Project organizationManagementCentralized organizationActivities coordinationLast minute-changesMarketing and PRDistributed organizationPre-fixed check pointsTechnical staffDistributed organizationHW & SW issuesInformation TechnologyDistributed organization

  • Communication Tools

  • ContentsOIF overviewOIF World interoperability demoAn example of local demo : Telecom Italia Lab experience in TurinConclusions

  • Demonstration setupUNI 1.0 R2UNI 1.0 R2E-NNI 1.0SONET/SDHSONET/SDHSONET/SDHSONET/SDHSONET/SDHSONET/SDHRouterRouterProtection and recovery demonstrationDynamic setup of backbone connectionMapping of Fast Ethernetand Gigabit Ethernet

  • LCAS protection and recovery demonstration

  • ContentsOIF overviewOIF World interoperability demoAn example of local demo : Telecom Italia Lab experience in TurinConclusions

  • Significance of the AchievementFirst time ever in the industry to conduct world wide multi-carrier interoperability testingCarriers close involvement and strong support is a key milestone towards deployment of automatically switched optical networks Lays the foundation for future testing methodology and demo infrastructureSuccessful control plane and data plane integration and interworkingvalidates OIFs Implementation Agreements and ITUs Standardsdemonstrates that standardization clearly facilitates multi-vendor, world-wide interoperabilitySuccessful validation of multi vendor interoperability on Ethernet service adaptation (GFP, VCAT/LCAS)Demonstrates the possibility to offer new services over legacy network in a cost-effective way

  • ConclusionsLarge scale, world wide OIF interoperability testing is progressively validating the maturity of NG-SDH and IP over Optical technologiesThe strong presence of Carriers and Vendors in OIF ensures proper setting of requirements for next generation IP/optical networks with advanced control plane The valuable effort of Carriers and Vendors in OIF is accelerating the development of easy-to-deploy solutionsFurther cooperative effort is needed by all Standardization Bodies to make available completely standardized solutions

  • http://www.oiforum.com/public/supercomm_2004.html