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IST IP NOBEL AND IP MUPPET: European joint forces for core and metro networks enabling B4All and Research Networking :  IST IP NOBEL AND IP MUPPET: European joint forces for core and metro networks enabling B4All and Research Networking Antonio Manzalini (Telecom Italia) Agenda:  Agenda NOBEL Motivations Overall goal and objectives Network scenarios The NOBEL project was created from the aggregation of four EoIs:  The NOBEL project was created from the aggregation of four EoIs Telecom Italia Alcatel Lucent BT …starting from the FP5 projects achievements Motivations (1/2):  What is needed to deploy network solutions for “Broadband for All”? There are two major bottlenecks: “last mile” “core/metro end-to-end networking” Motivations (1/2) Motivations (2/2):  What are Customers’ requirements ? More bandwidth at lower costs Flexible selection of service provider On-demand bandwidth requests (e.g. Bandwidth on Demand) Configurable connectivity (e.g. for Optical VPN) Different levels of SLA What are Providers’ requirements ? Optimised solutions that reduce CAPEX and OPEX : Fast and simple provisioning Simplified interworking with other providers Scalability to a large number of Customers Different levels of QoS and survivability strategies Motivations (2/2) Nobel overall goal:  Nobel overall goal To carry out analysis, feasibility studies and experimental activities on innovative solutions and technologies for intelligent IP/optical networks Nobel Project data:  Nobel Project data Consortium: Telecom Italia (TILAB), T-Systems, Telefonica, France Telecom, BT, Telia-Sonera, Telenor, Alcatel(3), Cisco, Ericsson(2), ACREO, Lucent, Marconi(2), Pirelli Labs, Siemens, AGH, CTTC, HHI, IMEC, NTUA, Politecnico of Milano, Scuola Sup. S.Anna, UCL, Univ. Budapest, Univ. Stuttgart, UPC Prime Contractor: Telecom Italia (TILAB) Project Leader: A. Manzalini Duration: 2 years Starting date: 1st January, 2004 Total man-months: 1950 Total costs: 24.5 M€ EC grant to the budget: 13.7 M€ NOBEL reference model:  NOBEL reference model NOBEL network scenario:  Efficient switching and transport Multi-layer Restoration Provisioning of dynamic services Management System Multi-layer Traffic Engineering Bandwidth on Demand NG-SDH End-to-end services (QoS) Efficient switching and transport Efficient Traffic aggregation IP/MPLS IP/MPLS IP/MPLS NOBEL network scenario NOBEL main objectives:  NOBEL main objectives To define drivers, requirements, scenarios, architecture and solutions for core and metro optical networks To study advanced traffic engineering and resilience techniques To make techno- and socio-economic analysis To identify solutions for advanced packet/burst switching To define solutions for network management and control To identify solutions and technologies for physical transmission To define multi-service/multi-layer node architectures and to prototype the implementation of selected node functionalities To assess existing technologies, components and sub-systems To integrate a main test bed and to start validating project results with experimental activities NOBEL expected results:  NOBEL expected results Network Concepts, Requirements and Social Impact Innovative solutions for end-to-end services in metro/core networks (solving the open problems) Social and techno-economic evaluations of services and network concepts Transport nodes, network management and control Strategies for the end-to-end QoS, management and control Transmission and physical solutions for metro/core networks identifying optimal balance of packet/burst/circuit switching Feasibility studies and prototype realizations of advanced functionalities in multi-service / multi-layer nodes Enabling technologies and test-bed/field-trial integration Identify existing technologies for cost-effective implementation of concepts proposed above Requirements of advanced components and subsystems for future networks and subsystems Test-bed(s) predispositions for integrating and testing the advanced functionalities of the produced prototypes (starting from FP5) Network services:  Network services Network services vs modes of operation:  Network services vs modes of operation Network services vs modes of operation :  Network services vs modes of operation IP MPLS LOVC HOVC ODUk (k=1, 2, 3) OCh ATM VC Ethernet MAC ATM VP Connectionless packet-switched Connection-oriented packet-switched Connection-oriented circuit-switched L3 L2 L1 Example of network requirements:  Architectures reducing OPEX/CAPEX and providing revenues opportunities through new network services Fast automatic provisioning (towards Network on Demand) Automatic Network Discovery Separation of service management/control from the underlying multi-service network Seamless interworking between core and access networks Efficient and standard management and control solutions for end-to-end network services Multi-vendor interoperability Multi-layer Traffic Engineering Multi-layer Survivability Optical Transparency Example of network requirements Technical Approach:  Technical Approach Three time-frameworks Short Term about 2007 Medium Term about 2010 Long Term about 2015 For each time-framework: Network architectures (modes), services and solutions (transport, management and control) Techno-economic evaluations Feasibility studies and testing of innovative functionalities Short term network scenario:  Short term network scenario Network architectures Metro Ethernet and all IP WDM point-to-point static links Service scenarios L1 VPN Ethernet Services GFP / VCAT / LCAS services Medium term network scenario:  Medium term network scenario Network architectures Metro Ethernet and all IP + ASON circuits (both NG SDH and OTN – overlay model) Service scenarios L1 (dynamic switching of NG SDH and OTN) L2 (Ethernet) L3 (IP) Long term network scenario:  Long term network scenario Network architectures ASON/GMPLS (Multi-layers peer model) Introduction of an innovative L2 switching into the medium term scenario Inter-working Grid and GMPLS platforms Service layer scenario Transparent optical network services Innovative L2 switching services Grid services over ASON/GMPLS NOBEL test-bed:  NOBEL test-bed NOBEL and MUPPET:  Y1 2004 Y2 2005 Y3 2006 Y4 2007 NOBEL First Phase (1 Call Broadband for All) NOBEL Second Phase (Next Call) MUPPET (2 Call Research Networking test-beds) to integrate and validate, in the context of user-driven large scale test-beds, state-of-the-art ASON/GMPLS networking as an enabler of the future upgrade of European Research Infrastructures to carry out analysis, feasibility studies and experimental activities on solutions and technologies for intelligent and flexible optical Networks (core and metro) supporting broadband services for all to complete and enhance development activities and to make experimental validation over field trial(s) NOBEL and MUPPET Conclusions:  Conclusions NOBEL is dealing with end-to-end networking issues for metro-core Three major network scenarios are under consideration: expected results concern techno-economic evaluations, feasibility studies an testing of solutions for the transport, management and control planes of core-metro networks NOBEL will contribute to Standards and Fora (ITU, OIF, IETF), in order to create a consensus view on advanced and innovative solutions thus creating favorable conditions for the penetration of broadband services The collaboration with other IST IP Projects (e.g. MUSE and MUPPET) is aimed at creating an European joint force for core and metro networks enabling B4All and Research Networking Nobel information and contacts:  Nobel web-site http://www.ist-nobel.org/ Further contacts antonio.manzalini@tilab.com Nobel information and contacts

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