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									Catch the Carrier Ethernet Wave


             Nan Chen
         President, the MEF
                          Carrier Ethernet Drivers
       Business                      Mobile                  Residential

• Ultimate Connectivity     • Wireless backhaul        • Triple Play with IPTV

• Data Center               • Wi-Fi Access delivery    • 100’s of TV channels
  Consolidation
                            • WiMAX infrastructure     • Video on demand
• Gigabit connectivity
  between businesses        • 3G and beyond wireless   • Video
                                                         recording/playback
• Storage and disaster      • Next gen data services
  recovery                                             • Interactive video apps
                            • High resolution photo
• Guaranteed rate multi-                               • Multi-megabit Internet
  megabit Internet access   • Wireless video             access

• Video conferencing &      • Gaming                   • Remote learning
  broadcast
                            • Digital TV               • Gaming
• Business telephony
                  The New Network Architecture

                                                  Transport

          Business
         Subscriber
                                                                      Service Provider




         Residential                         IP
         Subscriber




• Hard QoS and Traffic Engineering                            • Carries all applications
• Better bandwidth utilization/Scalability                    • Internet Access
• Protection Switching (50ms)                                 • IP VPN service
• OAM functions and TDM Support
• Any-to-Any VPN services
• Multicast support with Hard QoS                     IP
                     What’s Carrier Ethernet
                                  Protection
                                  • 50ms Protection
                                  • End to End Path Protection
                                  • Aggregated Line & Node Protection
Scalability
• Services and Bandwidth
• 100,000’s of EVC’s                                             Hard QoS
• From Mbps to x10Gbps                                           • Guaranteed end to end SLA
                                                                 • End to End CIR and EIR
                                                                 • Business, Mobile, Residential

                                      Carrier
                                     Ethernet
     Service
     Management
     • Fast service creation                                TDM Support
     • Carrier class OAM capabilities                       • Seamless integration of TDM
     • Customer Network Management (CNM)                    • Circuit Emulation Services
                                                            • Support existing voice applications
                   Carrier Ethernet Standards
                                   Protection
                                   • MEF 2 – Ethernet Protection
                                   • MEF 4 – Architecture Framework
                                   • IETF – MPLS Fast Reroute
Scalability
•
•
    MEF 9 – UNI Testing
    MEF 11 – UNI Framework
                                                               Hard QoS
                                                               • MEF 6 – Service Definition
•   MEF UNI I IA
                                                               • MEF 10 – Service Attributes
•   MEF UNI Type II
                                                               • MEF Service Attributes II
•   MEF Ethernet Aggregation
                                                               • MEF Service Attributes
•   IEEE 802.1                         Carrier                   Testing
                                                               • MEF Service Definition II
                                      Ethernet
    Service
    Management
    •
    •
        MEF 7 – EMS and NMS Info Model
        MEF OAM Framework & Requirements
                                                           TDM Support
                                                           • MEF 3 – CES Framework
    •   MEF Performance Monitoring                         • MEF 8 – CES Implementation
    •   MEF NE Management Requirements                     • MEF TDM Testing
    •   IEEE 802.1, ITU
             Supporting Business Services
•   Any-to-any Layer 2 VPN to interconnect multiple locations transparently
    and effectively (with high and guaranteed bandwidth)
•   Supporting the convergence of data and voice


    Branch

                                                              ISP
                                                                         Internet


                          IP
                                   E-LAN
                                                                    HQ
    Branch




                     Branch                     Branch
    Supporting Transport for IP Network
•   E-LAN connections among routers
     – Any logical IP topology, multiple EVC’s of a single physical interface
•   It supports all business IP services, from IP VPN to Internet access



                   R                                           R




             R             IP
                            R                                            R
                                                    R




                   R                                            R

                                        R

                                                               IP Network
                                                         Using Carrier Ethernet
                                                         as the Transport Layer
                                R               R


                                        R
                                        IP
                   Supporting TV Distribution Service
1. Multicast tree(s) is(are) established with QoS guaranteed
2. Subscribers (the Set-Top-Box) sends request for a channel
3. Carrier Ethernet filters, only replicates and forwards the requested channel to the subscribers
4. Video source protection and network protection are set up automatically upon requirement
                                             Video         Video
                                             Source       Source
     Subscribers
                     Supporting VoD Service
1. An E-LAN connection is established between DSLAMs and VoD servers
2. Subscribers (the Set-Top-Box) sends request to RSM for a movie
3. RSM finds/informs the best VoD server, acknowledge subscribers of such
4. The subscriber establishes RTP and RSTP session with VoD and Command server respectively
                                                             Resource &
                                                             Subscriber
                                                             Manager
                                                             (RSM)
                                                        IP




                            E-LAN
                                           VoD server
    Subscribers




                                    IP


                                         Command Server
                       Supporting VoIP Service
1. An E-LAN connection is established between WAN routers to build an IP WAN
2. An E-LAN connection is established between the DSLAMs and the IP PoP in each metro
3. Caller contacts the SIP Proxy server in order to find the IP address of the called party
4. Caller establishes RTP session with the called party through E-LAN connection
                                               Location Server


                                                                 IP WAN
                                   SIP Proxy         IP
                                    Server
    Subscribers




                                                    E-LAN
                                     IP
     Carrier Ethernet for 3G/UMTS Backhaul
              3G SGSN               •   Guaranteed QoS

                                    •   Flexible SLA portfolios for
      IP                                different users and services

                                    •   Flexible bandwidth growth
                                        without network upgrade

                                    •   Efficient network for
                                        multimedia applications (P2P,
                                        P2MP, MP2MP)
3G SGSN                   3G SGSN

                                    •   Secure connectivity for
                                        corporate and consumer
                                        users

                                    •   Seamless integration with the
                                        wireline transport network –
                                        both Ethernet and TDM

              3G SGSN
  Carrier Ethernet – New Universal Transport
 Infrastructure to Deliver Ultimate Broadband

                                     HD TV                 Gaming      Voice/Video
                                   TVoD, VoD               Business     Telephony Voice
                                                         Backup, ERP               gateway

                          Video                Video
                          Source               Source




E-Line and
E-LAN service
                     Business
                    Broadband          Carrier
                                      Ethernet                                               Internet
                     Mobile
                      3G
Broadband
mobile data/video                               Residential
                                                                                 FTTx and
                                                Triple-Play
                                                                                 DSLAM Backhaul
      Carrier Ethernet Certification Program
• Carrier Ethernet Certification Program is designed to ensure
  global equipment/services compliance to the MEF standards of
  Carrier Ethernet, and eventual interoperability of Carrier
  Ethernet equipment and services

• Phase I of the Carrier Ethernet Certification Program is already
  underway
   – Equipment being tested in the first lab, appointed by the MEF


• First batch of compliant products will be announced at the
  ‘Carrier Ethernet World Congress’ in Berlin on Sept 12th

• Phase II of the Carrier Ethernet Certification Program accredits
  labs throughout the world to certify equipments/services
        Key Benefits of Certification
           for Service Providers
• Provides immediate assurance that supplier / vendor
  equipment is compliant to the MEF Carrier Ethernet
  standard
   – Saves in-house testing, time and cost
   – Accelerates speed of network deployments to customers


• Establishes solid foundation for Carrier Ethernet
  interoperability

• Enables service providers / carriers to focus
  important resources on provider specific testing or
  other needs rather than compliance testing
        Key Benefits of Certification
          to Equipment Vendors

• Provides clear and important international
  conformance guidelines and requirements for product
  development cycle

• Globally recognized interoperability standard
  improves ‘approval’ process, increases tender
  opportunities and reduces costs:
   “Test Once Only” and receive automatic approvals..
   – reduces need for additional „interoperability / compliance
     testing‟ by service providers and / or enterprises
   – Certification recognized in the global market
       Key Benefits of Certification
             for Enterprises
• Empowers enterprise to make own informed decision
  regarding vendor equipment / CPE purchases

• Enterprises benefit from services provided by carriers
  networks with the MEF compliant equipment.

• Enterprises benefit from compliant service offerings

• Service Provider efficiencies and cost savings can be
  passed to end users
       www.MetroEthernetForum.org

      Accelerate Worldwide Adoption of
Carrier-class Ethernet Networks and Services
                      MEF Member List
                              as of June 6, 05


•   AboveNet                              •   Ericsson
•   Actelis                               •   Extreme Networks
•   Adva Optical Networks                 •   Foundry Networks
•   Agilent Technologies                  •   France Telecom R&D LLC
•   Alcatel                               •   Fujitsu Network Communications
•   Altera                                •   FutureSoft
•   AMCC                                  •   Hammerhead Systems
•   Atrica                                •   Harbour Networks
•   AT&T                                  •   Hatteras Networks, Inc.
•   Axerra Networks                       •   Huawei Tech Co. Ltd.
•   Axxessit                              •   Industrial Technology Research
•   Bell South                                Institute
•   British Telecom                       •   Iometrix
•   Ciena Corp.
                                          •   Iskratel
•   Cisco Systems
•   Colt Telecommunications               •   IXIA
•   Corrigent Systems                     •   Juniper Networks
•   Covaro Networks                       •   KDDI R&D Laboratories, Inc.
•   Diatem
                     MEF Member List
                               As of June 6, 05


•   Lucent Technologies                    •   Shenick
•   Luminous Networks, Inc.                •   Siemens AG
•   Mahi Networks                          •   SII Network Systems, Inc
•   Marconi Communications                 •   Spirent Communications
•   Marvell Semiconductor                  •   Sunrise Telecom
•   Met-Net Communications                 •   Telcordia Technologies
•   Metrobility Optical                    •   Telco Systems
•   Native Networks                        •   TeliaSonera AB
•   Nortel Networks Corp.                  •   Tellabs
•   NTT Advanced Technology Corp.          •   Terachip
•   OmniTron Systems Technology            •   Tpack A/S
•   PMC-Sierra                             •   T-Systems
•   Qwest Communications                   •   Transmode Systems
•   RAD Data Communications                •   Transwitch
•   Raza Microelectronics                  •   UNH- InterOperability Lab
•   Redux Communications                   •   Verizon Communications
•   Riverstone Networks                    •   World Wide Packets
•   SBC Communications, Inc.               •   Zarlink Semiconductor
                                           •   ZTE Corporation

								
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