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Published on January 5, 2008

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The OIF: A Beacon for Industry Progress and Convergence :  The OIF: A Beacon for Industry Progress and Convergence The Trends:  The Trends Users demanding lower cost, converged and personalized services Added complexity in networks, services, vendors and markets Increasing network diversity in: Industry standards Carrier models Product architectures The Challenge:  The Challenge Allow network providers to manage the underlying technical complexity of their networks Support vendor innovation while: Preserving interoperability Maximizing performance Minimizing costs The Goal:  Pre-competitive collaboration leading to: The Goal Accelerated innovation, faster time-to-market Enhanced intelligence in networks and devices Reliable interoperation Reduced risk Global access The Solution:  The Solution The Optical Internetworking Forum (OIF) A nonprofit, member-driven collaborative organization that develops public-domain interoperability agreements for telecommunications and data networks Members include: Carriers Equipment vendors Component manufacturers Enterprise customers Academics Government agencies Benefiting the Industry and its Customers:  Benefiting the Industry and its Customers Broad industry participation All technology tiers All market segments Accessible memberships Principal Small business Auditing Academic 90+ member companies Contribution-driven, pre-competitive cooperation to accelerate progress Founding Member Comment::  Founding Member Comment: “AT&T has a proud history of leadership and innovation in the Telecommunication industry as demonstrated by its participation in the OIF. As a founding member of the OIF we've seen tangible benefits from working with both service providers and equipment vendors to create implementation agreements and open interoperability throughout the industry. The OIF has influenced the direction of many of the optical standards which are driving innovative solutions to the complex networking issues that confront our collective customers and as such AT&T looks forward to collaborating with the Forum and its members on future projects.” Monica Lazer, AT&T Roadblocks to Progress:  Roadblocks to Progress Proprietary solutions Lacking or lagging standards Lack of opportunities for collaboration OIF Removes those Roadblocks Contributing to formal standard bodies Building industry consensus Accelerating progress through collaboration OIF Offers a Formal Process for::  OIF Offers a Formal Process for: Presenting new ideas Selecting the best ideas for formal projects Managing and monitoring projects Proving concepts through interoperability demos Drafting and signing Implementation Agreements Presenting proposals to formal standards bodies Guiding-Light Groups:  Guiding-Light Groups Carrier Members: representatives from carriers Creates: consensus on requirements for new services and functions Asks: “Does the industry need this capability?” Physical Layer Users Group Members: representatives from system vendors Creates: consensus on requirements for new interconnects Asks: “What interconnects will our future systems need?” Working Groups that evaluate potential projects: Technical Groups:  Technical Groups Physical and Link Layer Architecture and Signaling Operations Administration, Maintenance & Provisioning Software Working Groups that forge details of Implementation Agreements: Solution Validation Working Group:  Solution Validation Working Group Interoperability Working Group that demonstrates project success: The OIF Working Groups in Action:  The OIF Working Groups in Action Technology Update:  Technology Update Current Work Projects: 40Gbps Optical Modulation Techniques Common Electrical Interface - 25Gb (CEI-25) E-NNI 2.0 Signaling Electronic Dispersion Compensation (EDC) Modeling Extensions for the Interface Management API Integrable Tunable Transmitter Assembly Logging & Auditing Syslog Neighbor Discovery Requirements SERDES Framer Interface (SFI-S) Serial Look Aside (SLA) TFI-5/TDM-P Clause in CEI-P UNI 2.0 The Output: Implementation Agreements:  The Output: Implementation Agreements Formal agreements between OIF members to adopt a particular technology Detailed technical specifications that ensure interoperability of compliant systems Free for public download and unlicensed use Complementary to the work of formal standards bodies The Output: Interoperability Demonstrations:  The Output: Interoperability Demonstrations Proof of concept based on working prototypes Presented at major industry trade shows around the world An opportunity to clarify and enhance the details of Implementation Agreements Measures of success: Requests for more information or quotes for the demonstrated technology De facto market adoption Incorporation in the work of formal standards bodies Success Story: Industry-Standard Chip-to-Chip Interfaces:  Success Story: Industry-Standard Chip-to-Chip Interfaces SerDes to Framer Interface Level 4 Phase 2 Interface for 10 Gbps applications Specifies the interconnection between the SerDes component, FEC process and framer Enables parallel electrical bus operating significantly slower than the optical data rate Has been highly successful in the market Every 300-pin transponder that transports 10 Gbps data optically uses this electrical interface SFI-4.2 Success Story: Paving the Way for ASON/GMPLS:  Success Story: Paving the Way for ASON/GMPLS ASON/GMPLS defines a distributed control plane that automates switching across carrier domains The OIF was an important enabling force for the ITU’s ASON and IETF’s GMPLS standards: Many essential aspects of ASON/GMPLS originated in the OIF’s Architecture and Signaling Working Group Carrier requirements of the OIF’s Carrier Working Group have set the reference for standardization work The OIF User Network Interface (UNI) and Network to Network Interface (NNI) specifications paved the way These signaling and routing protocols speed service provisioning and transport across heterogeneous networks. Collaboration for Innovation:  Collaboration for Innovation Mission: To foster the development and deployment of interoperable products and services for data switching and routing using optical networking technologies The OIF is the only industry group that brings together professionals from the data and optical worlds Its 90+ member companies represent the entire industry ecosystem: Carriers and network users Component and systems vendors Testing and software companies Member Companies:  Member Companies Principal Members ADVA AG Optical Networking Agilent Technologies Alcatel-Lucent Altera AMCC Analog Devices Anritsu AT&T Avago Technologies Avanex Bookham Booz Allen Hamilton British Telecom Broadcom China Telecom Ciena Communications Cisco Systems ClariPhy Communications CoreOptics Cortina Systems Data Connection Department of Defense Deutsche Telekom Ericsson Finisar Flextronics Member Companies:  Member Companies Principal Members Force 10 Networks Foxconn France Telecom Freescale Semiconductor Fujitsu Hi/fn Huawei Technologies IBM IDT Infinera Intel IP Infusion JDSU KDDI R&D Laboratories Level 3 Communications LSI Logic Marben Products MergeOptics GmbH Mintera MITRE Mitsubishi Electric Molex NEC NeoPhotonics Nortel Networks Nokia Siemens NTT Opnext Member Companies:  Member Companies Principal Members PMC Sierra RSoft Design Group Sandia National Laboratories Santur Sierra Monolithics Silicon Logic Engineering StrataLight Communications Sycamore Networks Syntune Tektronix Telcordia Technologies Telecom Italia Tellabs Texas Instruments Time Warner Cable Transwitch Tyco Electronics Verizon Vitesse Semiconductor Yokogawa Electric ZTE Member Companies:  Member Companies Auditing Members ECI Telecom Enigma Semiconductor FiberHome Telecommunications Juniper Networks Kawasaki LSI Mayo Clinic Pirelli Broadband Solutions Telenor Academic Members Centre Tecnologic de Telecomunicacions de Catalunya Internet2 Stanford University New Member Comment::  New Member Comment: “As one of the world's leading carriers, BT is dedicated to serving the needs of its Consumer and Enterprise customers. We see standardized software interfaces as being a key technical innovation as we develop our future IT services on our 21C converged NGN platform. BT feels that the OIF Software API Framework is an important forward-looking implementation agreement that will benefit the entire industry, and we are keen to see how we can support this and other key OIF initiatives.” Murray Cooke, BT Chief Business Services Architect in BT Group CTO The OIF: Lighting the Way:  The OIF: Lighting the Way For More Information: Kimberly Chiu, Project Manager Optical Internetworking Forum 48377 Fremont Blvd, Suite 117 Fremont, CA 94538 USA Phone: +1.510.492.4042 Fax: +1.510.492.4001 Email: kchiu@oiforum.com www.oiforum.com Press Contact: Deborah Porchivina Porchivina & Associates Public Relations 448 Ignacio Blvd, Suite 350 Novato, CA 94949 USA Phone: +1.415.272.0943 Fax: +1.415.883.2387 Email: deborah@papr.com

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