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1 IEEAF Update September 28, 2004 Dr. Donald R. Riley Chair, IEEAF ( ) Kees Neggers, SURFnet, NL Akira Kato, WIDE, Japan

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  • 1 IEEAF Update September 28, 2004 Dr. Donald R. Riley Chair, IEEAF (www.ieeaf.org) Kees Neggers, SURFnet, NL Akira Kato, WIDE, Japan
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  • 2 IEEAF - What is it? U.S. 501.c.3 Not-for-profit corporation http://www.ieeaf.org/ Formed from original MOU between GEO (private sectore) and CENIC (Corporation for Educational Networking in California) Vision: Accelerate the global growth of Internet2 to achieve "universal educational access to: Enable and stimulate the rapid expansion of research and educational collaboration in many forms between teaching and learning institutions around the world. Cultivate and promote practical solutions to delivering scalable, universally available and equitable access to suitable bandwidth and necessary network resources in support of these collaborations.
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  • 3 New Public-Private Partnership: IEEAF The IEEAF goal is to leverage unique private sect or relationships to obtain donations of international bandwidth to enable a global collaboration in research and education. Current donations have already linked US and Europe, US and Asia-Pacific,and produced fiber assets in US and Europe. This bandwidth helps enable global collaborations in research and education, in the true spirit of the Global Quilt.This bandwidth helps enable global collaborations in research and education, in the true spirit of the Global Quilt.
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  • 4 IEEAF Organization Honest Broker Group (IEEAF) Accepting assets Matching Corp assets w/Educational needs Advocate for assets on behalf of Education Granting of assets as Free Use licenses
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  • 5 IEEAF Vision: The Global Quilt A Network of Networks, stitched together to create a common single fabric, and shared equally by all. This will be achieved through collaboration and community effort, until it covers the globe. The IEEAF has no boundaries of home territory.. "Non Nobis Solo" (Not by ourselves alone) (Not by ourselves alone)
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  • 6 IEEAF - How does it work? Partner with various organizations on strategies, specific initiatives Leverage global deregulation and new entrants into telco business Leverage private sector business relationships Geographic Network Affiliates, Inc. (GEO) Build donations into business deals (contracts) as no-cost IRUs
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  • 7 GEO builds carrier hotel buildings and supports the IEEA Foundation goals which include helping to solve the digital divide. GEO - The Catalyst Government The Need Submarine Fiber The Wet Terrestrial Fiber The Dry Universities +
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  • 8 IEEAF - What does it do? Gets donated communications assets Makes them available to existing institutions and networking organizations to put to work Vehicle: Asset Steward Agreement
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  • 9 Think Globally Act Locally Strategic Opportunistic
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  • 10 Successes: The Netherlands Model New cable landing: Eemshaven New carrier hotel: Groningen Zernicke Research Park adjacent to University of Groningen Groningen Internet Exchange (GNIX) New fiber backhaul to major Internet exchanges Essent Kabelcom Amsterdam to Groningen to Hamburg New R&D and Economic Development Opportunities
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  • 11MunicipalityTyco Essent Amsterdam Groningen Hamburg North AmericaAsia Pacific Eemshaven Groningen: Wet meets Dry = Opportunity Tyco Essent Essent Tyco
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  • 12 Groningen Carrier Hotel: March 2002 February 2001 March 2002
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  • 13 GroNingen Internet eXchange Groningen (Worldwide) Dedicated Connection Client
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  • 14 Groningen Zernicke Research Park
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  • 15 Tyco Telecomm Donation Summary Co-location space in NYC for Expanded International Exchange Point Production R&E Bandwidth: 622 Mbps NY-London-Groningen (Netherlands) Connects to IEEAF fiber to Amsterdam and Hamburg US-Tokyo, Seoul, Shanghai, Taipei, Hong Kong, and Singapore Research 10 Gbps optical wavelength (preemptable) NY-London-Groningen (Netherlands) US-Tokyo, Seoul, Shanghai, Taipei, Hong Kong, and Singapore 200sq.ft. Co-location space in each of global facilities Additional donations as global build-out continues
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  • 16 Tyco Global Network Connectivity Donations 622 Mbps +10 Gbps
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  • 17 Tyco Atlantic Donation Put into Service September 2002
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  • 18 Tyco Northern Europe Donation
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  • 19 TransEuropean Dark Fiber Donation: The 7,000 kilometers of trans European fiber, announced in August, is now in negotiation to be lit as a 10 gigabyte network.
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  • 20 IEEAF 7,000 Kilometer Trans-European Donation DESY Hamburg, Germany Univ. Marseille Centre Physique Particules Marseille, France Louis Pasteur U. Institute de Recherche Subatomiques Strasbourg, France Centre de Recherches Nucleaires Strasbourg, France Univ. Claude Bernard Lyon Inst. de Physique Nucleaire de Lyon The National Institute for Nuclear Physics and High Energy Physics Amsterdam, NL FOM Institute for Atomic and Molecular Physics Amsterdam, NL CERN European Organization for Nuclear Research Geneva, CH University of Zurich Physics Inst. & Inst. for Theoretical. Physics Zurich, CH Imperial College Blackett Laboratory Department of Physics London, GB Univ. College London, HEP Group London, GB Univ. of Warsaw Inst. of Physics Warsaw, Poland Univ. of Groningen Groningen, NL Inst. Of Nuclear Physics Prague, Czech Republic National Inst. For Physics & Nuclear Engineering, Bucharest, Romania Frankfurt University Frankfurt Germany Hamburg Facility Hamburg, Germany Z-Tech Facility Groningen, NL Inst. Astrophys Paris, France DAPNIA CEA Saclay Service de Physique des Particules Gif-sur-Yvette, France Meudon Observatory Brussels U., Inter-University Inst. for High Energies Brussels, Belgium LIP Lisbon, Portugal CSIC Madrid, Spain CIEMAT Madrid Spain LMU, TU Munich, Germany IFIC UVEG Valencia, Spain SPAWAR Stuttgart SPAWAR Heidelberg
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  • 21 New Donations To/In Europe 7,000 km fiber pair in Europe (OC12 until lit) : NL-BE-FR-CH-DE Fiber pair: Amsterdam-Groningen-Hamburg Fiber pair: UK Submarine bandwidth in progress: To Lisbon UK-Bilbao-Madrid-Valencia-Barcelona-Marseilles To Copenhagen and St. Petersburg
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  • 22 GEO has Acquired More New Assets: 1.A new 10 gigabyte trans-Atlantic connectivity which GEO will use specifically for telemedicine and HEP initiatives. 2.88 strands of fiber from the Tyco Cable Station to Hamburg, Germany. 3.A new 30 million dollar 70,000 square foot tech facility in Hamburg.
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  • 23 Tyco Transpacific Donation 10Gbps and 622Mbps In service June 2004 Donated, Available when lit
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  • 24 7600 km 9300 km 17 Time Zones 10 Gbps IEEAF Global Quilt Initiative
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  • 25 Impact of IEEAF TransPacific Link and Partnership with WIDE Enabling of Research and Testbeds between Asia Pacific and U.S. Tokyo Lambda Exchange (T-LEX)
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  • IEEAF Wan-Phy test: Seattle-Tokyo The first 10GbE WAN-PHY between US-JP On IEEAF OC-192 Tokyo-Seattle TransPacific link Hitachi GS4000 10GE-WANPHY
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  • 24,000km(15,000miles) 15,680km (9,800miles) OC-192 OC-48 x 3 GbE x 1 8,320km (5,200miles) Juniper T320 iSCSI testing used IEEAF Data Reservoir Project (U-Tokyo) at SC2003: One of Land-Speed Record Awardees Utilizing IEEAF TransPacific Link Loopback in PDX IEEAF Circuit
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  • 28 KEIO SFC Univ. of Tokyo NTT/KDD To: Osaka To: JAIST JAIST Osaka Kyushu NAIST To Korea To IEEAF/US To IEEAF/Asia (in plan) Geographical Map of DF For IEEAF in Japan (as of Oct. 2003) Connected site DF TITECH 10Gbps over SONET/SDH Tokyo Lambda Exchange (T-LEX)
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  • OC-192 IEEAF Pacific Circuit OC-192 IEEAF Pacific Asian Extension (planned) Japanese Academic Networks 10GB/GbE Pacific Northern GigaPOP (Seattle, WA) T-LEX (Tokyo, JAPAN) Tokyo Lambda Exchange(T-LEX)
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  • BigIron 15000 Catalyst 6500 ONS-15454 Participating Networks 10GEOC-48 OC-12 OC-192 8*GbE AS23614 Pacific NorthWest GigaPOP (Seattle, WA) When T-LEX provides layer-3 service in IPv4 and in IPv6, it uses AS23814. The current configuration internal to T-LEX
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  • ParticipantASNAccessIPv4IPv6Status WIDE Project250010GEYES Operational Dragon Tap9407FEYES Operational APAN-JP766010GEYES Operational MAFFIN18125GbEYES Operational SINET2907GbEYES?connected soon JGN2N.A.10GEN.A. connected soon Current Participants of T-LEX
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  • T-LEX Configuration (Cont.) U. of TokyoTokyo/NTT OtemachiSeattle/Westin Blodg CERNAmsterdamNew York/32 AoA T-LEXUW CANET*4 SURFNET FujitsuBI1500015454 HOXCMG8? 1550NTT-C1550NTT-CTYCO 15501310 10G-ER10G-LW1550OC-192 1550 1310?GBLX(GBLX)1550 We need to make sure if GBLX SONET equipment in CERN is able to accept 1310 signal, if no ONS15454 can be inserted Equipment/link shown in blue is not available right now to be prepared HNDPDXSEAYYJYVRYYCYQRYWGMSPORDYQGYYZBUFALBJFKAMSGVA: 12,006mi
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  • Connectivities from Tokyo JG N2 WI DE G- H KO RE N AI3 Countries Beijing Seoul Busan Fukuoka Fujisawa T-LEX APAN-JP Seattle Chicago Los Angeles CIAJ Honolulu Taipei Manila Bangkok T-LEX SINET
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