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07.45 WELCOME, REGISTRATION AND COFFEE
09.00 OPENING TALK BY ANDREW G. MALIS
09.30 SESSION MPLS-TP
14.00 SESSION MPLS-TP IN THE ACCESS
16.00 SESSION MPLS IN THE RAN
17.30 END OF THE MPLS TECHNICAL TUTORIAL
 
 
07.45 WELCOME, REGISTRATION AND COFFEE
09.00 TECHNICAL TUTORIAL
14.00 CARRIER ETHERNET IMPLEMENTATION ISSUES
18.30 END OF THE CARRIER ETHERNET WORKSHOP
 
 
07.45 WELCOME, REGISTRATION AND COFFEE
08.30 OPENING TALK BY SUNIL KHANDEKAR
09.00 INTRODUCTION BY CLARENCE FILSFILS
09.30 KEYNOTE ADDRESS BY DR YAKOV REKHTER
10.10 SESSION I STANDARDIZATION UPDATES
16.00 SESSION II SERVICE PROVIDERS EXPERIENCES
18.00 DEBATE MPLS-TP OAM ISSUES
17.30 END OF DAY ONE. WELCOME RECEPTION
 
 
07.45 WELCOME, REGISTRATION AND COFFEE
08.00 SESSION III MPLS-TP PSEUDOWIRES
10.00 SESSION IV MPLS IN ACCESS & AGGREGATION
16.30 SESSION V MULTICAST
19.00 END OF CONFERENCE DAY TWO
 
 
08.15 WELCOME, REGISTRATION AND COFFEE
08.00 SESSION VI MPLS AND CLOUD COMPUTING
11.00 SESSION VII OAM AND HIGH AVAILABILITY
16.00 SESSION VIII OPTICAL
17.30 END OF CONFERENCE DAY THREE
 
     
   
 
   
07.45
WELCOME, REGISTRATION AND COFFEE

09.00
 
OPENING TALK BY 

ANDREW G. MALIS
Vice President and Board of Directors, Broadband forum
Director, Packet Architecture, Verizon COMMUNICATIONS
     
   
    PRESENTERS FROM
BT, Cisco, Verizon, Alcatel-Lucent &
NOKIA SIEMENS NETWORKS
09.30
  Evolving Transport Towards Packets
What is MPLS-TP?
MPLS-TP Architecture
10.30
  COFFEE BREAK
11.00
  OAM in MPLS-TP
Management and Control Plane
Protection and Resiliency
MPLS-TP and IP/MPLS
11.45
MPLS-TP Use cases
Standardization Update
Conclusions
12.30
  LUNCH
   
    PRESENTERS FROM JUNIPER NETWORKS
14.00
  The Access Landscape
A Broader View of MPLS Nodes
Connectivity Blueprints
Where Does MPLS-TP Fit?
Flexible Service Placement
Scaling
Protection
Summary
15.30
  COFFEE BREAK
     
   
PRESENTED BY
BROADBAND FORUM AMBASSADORS
16.00
  Key issues, enablers and drivers for a transition and the value of IP/MPLS in evolving mobile RAN backhaul architectures

MPLS fit and operation in the mobile RAN network and the support of end-to-end SLAs, QoS and high availability

MPLS Pseudowires as an enabler for legacy network traffic migration and their operation over IP/MPLS backhaul networks

MPLS Operations, Administration and Management(OAM)and Protection capabilities in RAN IP/MPLS backhaul networks

Packet synchronization and timing

MPLS Mobile Backhaul Initiative - MMBI

Summary of IP/MPLS in the RAN
17.30
  END OF THE MPLS TECHNICAL TUTORIAL
     
 
 
 
     
07.45
WELCOME, REGISTRATION AND COFFEE
     
   
    PRESENTED BY MEF AMBASSADORS
09.00
  Welcome Address from MEF
    MEF Introduction, Mission
Global Carrier Ethernet Update
Latest MEF Work
MEF Global Interconnect Objectives
MEF Certification Program highlights
09.30
Global Demand for
    Service Provider Interconnect
    Market Dynamics
Interconnect Drivers and Business Challenges
Interconnect Defined: Technical, Operational, and Business Elements
09.50
Global Interconnect Initiative
    Relationships of key interconnect specifications and standards
Certification role in interconnect success
Tools for Ethernet Access Service purchase
and sale
10.10
  Interconnect in-Depth
    Part 1 (ENNI and CoS)
    ENNI Draft spec overview and relation to interconnect
MEF 23 Multiprovider CoS
10.50
COFFEE BREAK
11.10
  Interconnect in-Depth
    Part 2 (OAM and MEF Tools)
    Uni Type II Management Elements
End-To-End OAM Architecture
Service OAM Performance and Fault Management
11.50
Progressing Standardization of
Carrier Ethernet for Mobile Backhaul
Overview of plans for Phase II
Key issues in synchronization, quality of experience, resilience
Relationships to other standards bodies (3GPP2, NGMN)
Closing notes
12.30
LUNCH
 
14.00
  Carrier Ethernet Framework for Optimizing the Network for Scalable
    Multi-Service Applications
    Providing an overview of the framework required, identifying where intelligence could be located for a truly optimized network. Focusing on the Multi-technology access required to provide network touch when and where it is required, Intelligent Photonics to simplify operations and addressing the cost capacity issues, Packet Optical Transport for seamless evolution from circuit to packet.

David Stokes, EMEA Solution Marketing, Alcatel-Lucent
     
14.30
  Implementation of end-to-end Service Management in Carrier Ethernet Networks
Presenting several real-life scenarios with end-to-end implementations of standardized mechanisms included in 802.3ah, 802.1ag, ITU-T Y.1731 amongst others. Applicability and efficiency is demonstrated focusing on areas such as low-touch provisioning, fault forward, performance management and network protection.

Dr. Michael Ritter, Vice President Technical Marketing, Adva Optical
     
15.00
  Carrier Ethernet Transport – The Roles for PBB and MPLS
Future Carrier Ethernet topologies are unlikely to rely solely on either PBB-TE or MPLS-TP. Discussing the advantages of both transport methods, with possible means of handling connectivity in the core of the network, and at the network edge.

Morteza Ghodrat, Director, Carrier Ethernet, Vitesse Semiconductor Corporation
     
15.30
  Evolving from Carrier Ethernet Network to Metro Service Platform
New services such as HDTV and MBB bring great challenges to the traditional carrier metro network. The metro service platform is called for by those services. Reviewing the industrial status on metro networking and key remaining issues as well as discussing the key technologies and solutions to enable SingleMetro platform for multiplay service.

Dr. Xipeng Xiao, Vice President of Product Marketing for Data Communications, Huawei Technologies
     
16.00
  COFFEE BREAK
     
16.30
  Carrier Ethernet Connection-oriented Services in Mobile and Wireline
    Operators' basket-choice
  The latest evolution on Carrier Ethernet definition and new connection-oriented protocols expands Enterprise customers' requirements to get crystal-clear Service Level Agreements (SLA). Discussing connection-oriented technologies, related standards, service options and real-life customer's case studies.

Zeev Draer, MRV
     
17.00
  Implementation of Converged Networks with Carrier Ethernet Transport Solution
Transport operator challenges and business needs in fixed, mobile and converged networks
Services requirements and definitions in enterprise, residential and mobile backhaul applications. Different priorities of QoS, SLA.
Carrier Ethernet transport solution as a part of multi-layer network architecture
Carrier grade OAM and operational support systems enabling cost-effective and simple business processes

Pekka Viirola, Head of Technology, Broadband Connectivity Solutions, Nokia Siemens Networks
     
17.30
  Service Assurance through the Ethernet life-cycle of Provisioning, Monitoring
    and Troubleshooting
  Explaining why Ethernet service providers must have the proper systems to enable smooth and trouble-free provisioning of new services, employ performance monitoring to guarantee SLAs and utilise troubleshooting techniques to quickly and effectively diagnose and locate service affecting problems.

Dharen Ells, EMEA Business Development Manager, Service Assurance, Spirent Communications
     
18.00
  Implementing Carrier Ethernet Devices: Scalability, Robustness
    and Interoperability Risks
    How well can evolving fault-management technologies such as CFM, BFD, LACP, RSVP FRR and MSTP cooperate to reduce network outage?
Can switched technologies, such as PBB/PBT, and VPLS technologies from different vendors transparently co-exist, providing end-to-end service?

dave schneider, Agilent
     
18.30
  END OF THE CARRIER ETHERNET WORKSHOP
     
 
 
 
     
   
CHAIRMAN

AZHAR SAYEED

Senior Member IEEE, Director of Product Management, CISCO
     
07.45
 
WELCOME, REGISTRATION AND COFFEE
     

08.30
 
OPENING TALK BY 

Sunil Khandekar
Vice-President Business Development EMEA, IP Division
ALCATEL-LUCENT
     
     


09.00

 
INTRODUCTION BY


Clarence Filsfils
Distinguished Engineer
CISCO
     

09.30
 
KEYNOTE ADDRESS BY

DR YAKOV REKHTER
JUNIPER FELLOW
 
10.10
  MPLS, MPLS Transport and the Development of the ITU-T and IETF Standards

Loa Andersson, Senior Strategy and Standards Manager, Ericsson
Chair of the IETF MEAD Team and MPLS WG
10.40
  COFFEE BREAK
     
11.10
  MPLS-TP: The Technology of Choice for Packet Transport Networks
Highlighting the ways in which MPLS-TP addresses the challenges associated with packet transport.
MPLS-TP enables the reliable transport of any service, of any scale. Introducing a network architecture that allows MPLS-TP to extend from Metro to Access while maintaining a scalable and cost-efficient way of delivering NGN services.

Nurit Sprecher, Senior Specialist, Carrier Ethernet Transport, Nokia Siemens Networks
11.40
  Circuits versus Packets: Evolution or Revolution?
Is packet transport a flash in  the pan? Will circuits die? Or get emulated over packets? Or ...?  
Covering the benefits and costs of layering. Delivering  a picture of the future transport network.

Kireeti Kompella
, Juniper FELLOW
     
12.10   LUNCH
     
14.00
  Avoiding Overlay Temptation and Leveraging MPLS-TP & IP-FRR to Simplify
    the Network Design
  Avoiding overlay temptation and leveraging MPLS-TP & IP-FRR to simplify the network design.
As we introduce new technologies and tools into the network it is tempting to generalize their deployment across the whole network. Since each network layer access, edge and core have different requirements it is important to review the best fit for each technology.

Francois Lemarchand, Ericsson
     
14.30
  Converging IP and Transport Networks Using MPLS-TP
Describing not only how MPLS is being enhanced to meet the requirements for deployment in packet transport networks, but also how these new developments can be employed in today’s IP/MPLS networks, thus enabling a common, interoperable technology to be used across a carrier’s service and transport networks.

Dr. Matthew Bocci, Director, Technology & Standards, IP Division, Alcatel-Lucent
     
15.00
  A Practical View of MPLS-TP
Motivations for SPs adopting MPLS-TP
MPLS-TP requirements from Service Providers perspective
MPLS-TP key technologies quick overview
MPLS-TP potential use case scenarios

Luyuan Fang, Cisco, Nabil Bitar, Verizon, and Raymond Zhang, BT
     
15.30
  COFFEE BREAK
 
16.00
  MPLS and Ethernet Services: BT Perspective
Describing the diverse range of services that BT provides using Ethernet and MPLS as key underlying technologies. At one point to point ELINE & Layer 2 & 3 VPNs and Broadband through to Content distribution and multipoint broadcast video delivery with ultra low latency financial services at the other extreme.

Ben Niven-Jenkins
, IP, Data & Content Architect, Network Infrastructure Architecture, BT
     
16.30
  Verizon’s Requirements for IP/MPLS-based Carrier Ethernet Networks
The IETF has standardized Ethernet pseudowires and VPLS, and these form a firm foundation for deploying a public Carrier Ethernet service. However, the IETF RFCs alone are insufficient to specify Verizon’s requirements for Carrier Ethernet over MPLS. Discussing the various aspects of these requirements in detail.

Andrew G. Malis, Director, Packet Architecture,
and Drew Rexrode, Distinguished Member of the Technical Staff, Verizon COMMUNICATIONS
     
17.00
  NTT: Requirements and further Evolving Scenario for Carrier Grade
    Packet Transport Network
  Packet transport has been positively discussed, and a few technologies have been specified like MPLS-TP network. When requirements are considered, most important, however, is to understand the amount and types of negative and positive effects on customers and operators, i.e., the degree of impact on carrier grade services.

Yoshinori Koike and Makoto Murakami, NTT Labs
     
17.30
  BGP MVPN Deployment: Cox’s Case Study
Describing Cox's deployment of BGP MVPN for hierarchical VoD library distribution from national video head-end to regional video head-ends. Explaining the reasons for choosing BGP MVPN technology for this application.

Mazen Khaddam, Principal Networking Architect, Cox Communications
 


18.00
 

MODERATOR

THOMAS NADEAU
BT
     
   














 
PARTICIPANTS

ANDREW G. MALIS, Vice President and Board of Directors, Broadband Forum
Director, Packet Architecture, Verizon COMMUNICATIONS
Ben Niven-Jenkins, IP, Data & Content Architect, Network Infrastructure Architecture, BT
Loa Andersson, Chair of the IETF MEAD Team and MPLS WG, Senior Strategy and Standards Manager, Ericsson
Italo Busi, Optics CTO Network Architecture and Engineering Team Member, Alcatel-Lucent
Kireeti Kompella, Juniper Fellow
George Swallow, Distinguished Engineer, Cisco
Hector Avalos, WW Solution Engineering Director, Ericsson
Maarten Vissers, Technical Director of Europe Research Center, Huawei
Dr. Patrick Leisching, Head of Product and Solution Management for OSS Systems for Transport and Wireline Access, Nokia Siemens Networks
Rahul Vir,
Senior Product Manager, Brocade Communications
Gerald Malenstein,
Chief Consultant, ZTE
     
19.00
  END OF CONFERENCE DAY ONE & WELCOME RECEPTION
     
 
 
 
     
   
CHAIRMAN

Dr. Matthew Bocci

Director, Technology & Standards, IP Division
Alcatel-Lucent
     
07.45
 
WELCOME, REGISTRATION AND COFFEE
   
08.00
  MPLS in Transport Networks
Describing an MPLS based architecture and solution for Service Provider (SP) metro and backbone transport networks.
Providing a perspective on the applicability of the emerging MPLS-TP technology to transport networks.

Rahul Aggarwal, Distinguished Engineer, Juniper Networks
     
08.30
  Pseudowires and MPLS-TP
Exploring network topologies, and design where statically configured pseudowires might make sense. Discussing how some PW OAM scaling problems introduce a new technology to scale the OAM for pseudowires used in MPLS-TP environments.

Luca Martini, Cisco
     
09.00
  Multi-Segment Pseudowires: Recognising the Layer Network
Discussing the fundamental elements of pseudowire technology and showing how separating the functions into separate layers enables easier definition of new features, and supports simpler network operation. Examining issues of data encapsulation, multiplexing and flow merging, routing, pseudowire setup, service delivery and OAM that arise in multi-segment pseudowire networks.

Neil Harrison, BT and Adrian Farrel, Old Dog Consulting

     
09.30
  Pseudowires, MPLS and MPLS-TP: Blurring the Boundaries between Access,
    Aggregation and Core Networks
   

Exploring the ways in which product architectures and networks deployments may evolve, highlighting the roles of Pseudowires, MPLS-TP and GMPLS in creating a seamless MPLS network.

George Swallow, Distinguished Engineer, Cisco

 
10.00
  Seamless MPLS: Integrating Access and Aggregation into a Single MPLS Network
Using the “Seamless MPLS” approach Deutsche Telekom is currently building an MPLS network integrating 100.000 nodes spanning the Access, Aggregation and Core network. The goal is to provide End-to-End services for residential, whole-sales and business customers on a single MPLS platform.

Nicolai Leymann, Zentrum Technik Einführung, Deutsche Telekom Netzproduktion GmbH
10.30
  COFFEE BREAK
     
11.00
  Flexible Service Edge Architecture for MPLS Access and Aggregation

Authors: François Le Faucheur, Maciek Konstantynowicz, Cisco
Speaker: François Le faucheur, Distinguished Engineer, Cisco
11.30
  Deployment of MPLS over Carrier Ethernet in the Access
Focusing on end-to-end MPLS delivery solution, which is based on the carrier ethernet platform. Showing how to deploy MPLS in the the Metro Network and highlighting topics as; competitive TCO, capability and flexibility.

wu qiong, ZTE
     
12.00
  Virtual Internet Exchange Points Extending Peering across Geographies
Discussing a new Internet Exchange Point architecture called Virtual Internet Exchange Point (V-IXP). V-IXP allows Service Providers to peer without geographic boundaries while offering increased scalability, resiliency and efficiency. This new design uses MPLS to overcome the limits imposed by long-established Internet Exchange Point network architectures.

Rahul Vir, Senior Product Manager, Brocade Communications
     
12.30   LUNCH
     
14.00
  Ethernet Services Using MPLS or MPLS to the DSLAM
Covering the latest Carrier Ethernet market trends and the latest MPLS developments in order to demonstrate the benefits for deploying Layer 2 MPLS at the metro edge for the delivery of residential triple play, enterprise VPN, and mobile backhauling services.

Eylon Sorek, Director, Marketing, Orckit-Corrigent
     
14.30
  Use Cases and Challenges for Extending MPLS in the Access Network
Delivering SP views on the rationales for extending MPLS in access networks, its related use cases (business, wholesale, mobile backhauling…) and why these use cases will rely on the MS-PW technology. Focusing on MS-PW architectures crossing an access and metro/core network and presenting the different steps required for setting up different types of L2VPN services with the use of the FEC129 format.

Simon Delord and Raymond Key, Telstra
Frederic Jounay, France Telecom - Orange Labs
     
15.00
  Implementing the End-to-End, Access-to-Core MPLS Network
Discussing the benefits and challenges of an end-to-end, access-to-core MPLS implementation.  Evaluating where MPLS-TP makes sense, and where IP/MPLS make sense.  Exploring the ways in which both can be jointly deployed, and the functionality necessary to interwork between the two while tackling resiliency and OAM issues.

Rafael Francis, Associate Vice President, Product Management, Data Platforms, ECI Telecom
     
15.30
  H-MPLS: Lightweight MPLS in Access Network for Full Services
Describing a lightweight MPLS solution to carry full services in the Access Network based on real case studies. It enables a routing-free access network with MPLS to user edge, especially in case of mobile backhauling, enterprise VPN and wholesale services, and can be applied to both PON (Passive Optical Network) and P2P Ethernet.

Robin Zheng
, Chief Engineer of Advanced Technology Dept. of Access Product Line, Huawei
     
16.00
  COFFEE BREAK
 
16.30
  Deployment Considerations while Using RSVP-P2MP for Mutlicast Delivery
Discussing the tool set and considerations needed for successful large scale deployments . Describing some of the issues related to S2L path re-merge in the network , S2L re-optimization and source redundancy.

Praveen Muley, Sr. Staff Engineer, IP Division, Alcatel-Lucent
     
17.00
  Empirical Analysis of Multicast Virtual Private Networks
Sharing deployment experiences and test results of MPLS/BGP Multicast Virtual Private Networks (MVPNs). MVPNs are usually always deployed on top of a system that is significantly used because of already deployed unicast services. As all the various services including MVPNs share the same system resources, it is imperative to understand how MVPNs scale, perform and are utilized in such an environment.

Azhar Sayeed, Director of Product Management, Cisco
and Maria Nepierala, Technology Architect, AT&T
     
17.30
  Telkom Indonesia: Multicast Implementation in Multi-Vendor IP/MPLS Networks
Head-end selection and position on the network: Super Head-end, Distributed Head-end or the combination of both types.Connection between Super Head-end and Distributed Head-end: VLL, VPLS or Multicast on global routing.
Multicast Routing Protocol Selection: DVMRP, MOSFP, PIM-DM, PIM-SM or PIM-SSM.

Karno Budiono, Researcher of Packet Based Service Node, PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia
   
18.00
  E-TREE Services over an MPLS Backbone
Reasons for deploying E-TREE services (what are the needs?).
Current shortcomings for deploying such services (the problem statement).
Some possible implementations over an MPLS backbone (using a mix of P2P and P2MP PWs).
(someimplementation recommendations).
Some possible options to look at in the future (future evolution).

Frederic Jounay, France Telecom - Orange Labs
Simon Delord
and Raymond Key, Telstra
   
18.30
  Deploying Next-Generation Multicast VPN
Discussing practical considerations when deploying.
Next-Generation Multicast VPN. Focusing especially on how to achieve a smooth migration from a legacy multicast VPN deployment to Next-Generation Multicast VPN.
Showing test results illustrating how to perform this migration.

Julian Lucek, Juniper Networks
     
19.00
  END OF CONFERENCE DAY TWO
     
 
 
 
     
   
CHAIRMAN

FRANCOIS LEMARCHAND

ERICSSON
     
08.15
  WELCOME, REGISTRATION AND COFFEE
   
09.00
  MPLS and Cloud Computing and the Bigger Picture of Inter-Cloud
Discussing the role of MPLS in developing XaaS models across a private MPLS backbone vs offering Cloud-based services over the Internet. Discussing the potential evolution of Cloud Computing in the form of Private, Hybrid and Inter-Cloud.

Monique Morrow
, Distinguished Consulting Engineer, Cisco
     
09.30
  MPLS Green Cloud Computing: New Opportunities for Delivering Managed Services
Describing technologies and solutions illustrating integrated MPLS and Ethernet delivered universally through Cloud Computing combined with carbon credits. Examples of non-traditional service offerings are provided with a five-year global market forecast.

Daniel G. Bauer, Program Director, Insight Research Corporation
     
10.00
  Lesson Learned with Data-Center Interconnect Using VPLS
Understanding why customers are willing to extend VLAN across DC sites
Understand L2 designs with Spanning-tree Isolation
Position VPLS as DC core to allow
Usage of any type of link
Case study on insertion of DCI in an existing ‘Outsourcers’ network

Patrice Bellagamba, Consulting Engineer, Cisco
10.30
  COFFEE BREAK
 
11.00
  The Real Value of OAM
Explaining which subset of OAM tools/techniques really gets used in an operational environment, which do not and why.
Operational experience shows that there are many non-obvious factors that go into the design, development and deployment of an OSS.

Thomas Nadeau, BT
 
11.30
  Application aware MPLS VPN Services: C&W Case Study
Cable & Wireless, APM service is a proposition made up of visibility, optimisation, acceleration and application management modules. Deployed in stages, APM offers businesses a panoramic view of their IT infrastructure, including; how network performance is functioning, where problems lie and what changes can be made to improve network utilisation.

Inti Shah, Technical Architect, C&W
and Mark Burton, Director Product Management, Ipanema Technologies

     
12.00
  IP/MPLS Unified Network Management and Visualized Operation
Discussing the current challenges of management of IP/MPLS Network and explaining the approach to combine the information from service layer, IP/MPLS bearer, and transport layer with quick trouble shooting and service provision, which makes the IP/MPLS manageable and operable.

Maria Jose Mossi, Senior Marketing Manager, OSS & Services, Huawei
     
12.30
  LUNCH
     
14.00
  Chung-Hwa Telecom IP/MPLS NGN Project: Convergence, Architecture
    and Network Management
  Chung-Hwa Telecom Service introduction (HSI, MOD, NGN, VPN, Mobile)
NGN IP/MPLS core network convergence project including its architecture and design
NGN network transformation features
Integrated FCAPS in a single NMS platform deployed in CHT NGN project

Y.H. Chu, Chunghwa Telecom Co., Ltd. Telecommunication Labs,
Jar Wu .and Ben Tsai, WANDL, Inc.
     
14.30
  Access & Core: OAM Challenges in Packet Transport
Discussing some challenges in terms of supporting MPLS OAM (G.8114) for a high number of links and providing support for implementing protection schemes like G.8031 and G.8032 for Tunnels/Paths redundancy.

Patrick Bisson, VP Technology & Applications, EZchip semiconductor
     
15.00
  Design and Implementation of Application-aware Routing
Proposing an application-aware routing architecture with a new method to separate the virtual topology that consists of routing and forwarding tables per application. In this case, the physical topology is completely different from the virtual topology, and that IP and XML packets are forwarded based on routing and forwarding tables in each virtual topology.

Authors: Kenji Kumaki, Atsuo Tachibana, Tomoki Murai, and Shigehiro Ano,
KDDI R&D Laboratories Inc. and Furukawa Network Solution Corp.

Speaker: Atsuo Tachibana, KDDI Labs
     
15.30
  COFFEE BREAK
 
16.00
  Synergy of IP and Transport Network by interworking between MPLS and GMPLS
Due to the rapid growth in network traffic, the backbone network is facing considerable pressures on its capacity expansion. Expanding the backbone means increasing cost. How to solve the dilemma of lower revenue and higher cost? Synergy of IP and Transport Network facilitates raising the efficiency of network and reducing the pressure of core routers, and the interworking between MPLS and GMPLS is the cornerstone.

Jorge Rodriguez, Huawei Technologies
     
16.30
  Implementation of GMPLS for Survivable Zero Touch Photonics

Traditional WDM transport networks suffer from operational limitations dictated by the intrinsic analog nature of photonics. By introducing GMPLS, coupled with photonic switching architectures, operational barriers can be overcome.

Gert Grammel, Alcatel-Lucent Optics Division
     
17.00
  From Static Optical Pipes to Dynamic Optical Networking:
    Introducing a GMPLS-based Control Plane
  Showing how GMPLS-based optical networking can be taken to the next level.
Explaining what factors need to be considered and how we can allow transport networks to become more manageable and operate more efficiently – resulting in greater ease-of use and lower operational cost.

anthony magee, Adva Optical
     
17.30
 

END OF MPLS & ETHERNET WORLD CONGRESS 2010

 
 
       
       
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