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RedIRIS-NOVA
real experiencies of tendering and deploying an
optical network in Spain
[email protected]
RedIRIS Network Manager
RedIRIS/Red.es
TERENA TF-MSP
“Non-technical aspects of dark fibre” Workshop
Amsterdam - 9 and 10 November, 2010
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RedIRIS10 Highlights...
 20 PoPs: > 13.000 km distance
 156 Gbps backbone
 43 links: 10GE, STM-16/4/1
 Leased Capacity to T-Systems and Telefonica
 GEANT IP access:
 10Gbps @ ES PoP
 2.5Gbps @ FR PoP (bck)
 GEANT Lambda Service:
 3 x 10Gbps E2E links
 2 Transit Providers (Madrid)
 Telia and Global Crossing @ 10Gbps
 IXPs presence:
 ESPANIX @ 10Gbps (Madrid) – 59 peerings
 CATNIX @ GE (Barcelona) – 19 peerings
Institutions Access Links
• 10 GE
• n x GE
• FE
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RedIRIS Users
Classification
other
15%
R&D
Centers
35%
R&D
Management
Institutions
17%
Health
institutions
13%
Universities
20%
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RedIRIS Traffic Trends (PBytes)
40,5 PB
around 1,45 /year
9,5 PB
2.5Gbps
Backbone
10 Gbps
Backbone
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Network Resources Consumers Examp.
BSC-RES project:
Supercomputing national
initiative at 10Gbps
DEISA project: EU
supercomputing network
at 10Gbps.
LHC infrastructure
support (nx10Gbps)
PASITO: Spanish
experimental testbed
network
RENEM (National
Emergency Network):
high availability and
specialized support.
e-VLBI network support
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... and telescopes in Canary Islands
10.4m telescope with a
segmented primary mirror.
Currently, the biggest telescope
in the world.
http://www.gtc.iac.es/
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after RedIRIS10...
• RedIRIS10 contracts will end in October 2011
• The historical leased capacity model does not scale for the
RedIRIS-NOVA
new e-Science challenges:
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no Flexibility
limitations to develop advanced functionalities
high Costs
• Globally, Educational and Research Networks are evolving to a
Spanish government
commitment to build a
photonic network based on
dark fiber
model based on own dark fiber... or, more accurate, have
evolved !
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RedIRIS-NOVA project
 138 MM€ : EU structural + Science and Innovation Ministry + Regional Governments funds
 National coverage requirements:
 Penninsula and Islands ( Cannary and Balears)
 Ceuta and Melilla ( Norh Africa Spanish Cities)
 Competitive Dialog Tender Process helps to know the dark fiber market in
Spain and to define the tender requirements:
 RFI in Oct/Nov 2008
 Dialog Process: December 2008 to July 2009
 Evaluation: September & October 2009
 Tender structured in 3 lots:
 Guaranteed Fiber within the penninsula and housing facilities
 Guaranteed Fiber with Canary Islands and housing facilities
 Optical Equipment
 25 companies applied to participate and 23 companies joined in Dialog:
 10 fiber providers
 13 equipment vendors
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PoPs Redundancy
 C1 PoP (
): Its connection within the DF
network requires a high reliability level. At least,
two completely diversified routes with other two
C1 PoPs
 C2 PoP (
): The realibility expectations are
not so high ( not a core institution or
economically
not
affordable)
and
the
redundancy requirement is relaxed: ony one
route required and one building access
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Fiber Tender Results ...
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Telefónica as peninsula fiber supplier
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Islalink fiber as Canary Islands supplier
Required ( improvements as criteria selection)
Achieved
IRU
Duration
> 10 years
21 years and 30 for Canary Islands fiber
( starting when last span is delivered – 2011)
Fiber Type
G.652B/D, G.655 and G.656 (Subm.)
G.652D and G.655
Fiber Age
max. 1994
New Deployment ( terrestrial and submarine)
Attenuation
≤ 0,38 dB/Km (@1310nm)
≤ 0,25 dB/Km (@1550nm)
≤ 0,34 dB/Km (@1310nm)
≤ 0,20 dB/Km (@1550nm)
PMD
≤ 0.50 ps/√km
≤ 0.20 ps/√km
Coverage
Peninsula: 48 add/drop PoPs mandatory
and 128 add/drop PoPs desired but optional
Canary Islands fiber: with and within
 Peninsula: 148 add/drop PoPs ( 42 + 106 )
[42 PoPs => 10.475 km ]
Canary Islands fiber: 3 add/drop PoPs =>
2.000 km of fiber
Redundancy
• C1 PoPs
 15 fiber rings
ILA sites
Space without fitting-out
Guaranteed fitting-out included for all ILAs
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RedIRIS-NOVA fiber footprint I
Iberia Optical Ring
Dual FCCN optical
fiber
interconnection
Splices already done
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RedIRIS-NOVA fiber footprint II
1.504 km
232 km
143 km
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Guaranteed means...
MAINTENANCE
QUALITY
OPERATION
• Fiber Quality will be guaranteed until IRU ends:
• Keep installation fiber parameters
• No-complianced fiber spans will be swapped
• 24/7 hot line
• Supplier is responsible for end to end fiber quality ( even optical panel
connector)
• Optical Fiber Supervision System based on OTDR measurements, via:
 A spare single fiber in same cable RedIRIS-NOVA fibers (selected)
OR
 RedIRIS-NOVA fibers @ 1650nm
• Housing facilities with guaranteed service: power supply, air conditioning, 24h
independent access...
• Classical operational model adapted to a fiber infrastructure
• Integrated with new RedIRIS procedures
• Failures Response Times Specification via SLAs:
• Leased capacity approach adapted to a fiber infrastructure scenario
• SLAs model discussed with bidders
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Failures and SLAs definition ...
Failures classification
• Complex Failures ( CF): Fiber outages or degradations that require special (≈ long)
works to be fixed
• Normal Failures ( NF): no special works
Service Level Agreements (to Fiber Links)
• Fiber Link Availability (monthly): 99.2% just for NF times
• PoP Availability (monthly): 99.98%, both CF + NF
• Mean Times between Failures : 180 days (365 subm. )for CF and 30 days for NF
• Maximum Unavailability Time for CF per 12 months periods: 30 hours for each
1.000km of fiber.
• Time to Repair: 12 hours (20 days subm.) for CF and 8 hours (10 days subm.) for NF
• Frequency of Failures (measured over 12 months periods):
• 3 for CF and 6 for NF.
• Fiber spans would be swapped if threshold is reached.
Fiber Link (includes even the connector at RedIRIS optical panel)
Fiber span
PoP
Fiber span
ILA
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SLAs penalties ...
Deployment phase
• Delays in deployment
Operational phase
• ILA housing conditions failures
• No collaboration with 3rd party entities
• Fiber link unavailability
• PoP unavailability ( simultaneous outage or degradation for all PoP fibers)
• To exceed Meant Time Between Failures parameter for each fiber link
• To exceed the Maximum Number of CF per 12 months periods
• To exceed the Maximun Time to Repair
• Improper fiber operations
How are penalties charged with an up-front payment model ?
 Provider set up a “1% contract budget” bank guarantee to support those
penallties.
 The 1% bank guarantee should be kept until IRU contract ends. Provider
must put back money when any penalty reduce it.
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RedIRIS-NOVA PoPs I
Requirements
• Supply the required conditions to operate the RedIRIS-NOVA equipment
(optical, data and management). Requirements depends on PoP-degree
• Power Supply ( with backup power generators)
• Electrical ground network
• Space: ( ... and upto 600kg/rack)
• Temperature and humidity...
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RedIRIS-NOVA PoPs II
More Requirements...
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Interconnection points for RedIRIS members
Physically accesible to RedIRIS staff on a 7x24 basis
Secure access
Neutral to the termination of 3rd party fibre
Technical support and remote hands
Partnership with PoP sites
• Add/Drop PoPs (ROADM) site hosts are RedIRIS members
• Not a commercial relationship, Win-Win model supported on service.
• “Housing Agreement”
• Users can interconnect to RedIRIS-NOVA directly or through a Regional
Network.
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The Regional Networks (RNs)
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To Optical Regional Networks...
Extend RedIRIS-NOVA fiber footprint to reach RN
points.
• Great opportunity to improve the RN infrastructure
• Contribute to the concurrent evolution of national, regional and
intercampus networks  User Service Enhacement
• RedIRIS Support: As a means for regional networks to acquire and
light dark fiber.
• Costs:
12.500 km of fiber with national coverage
• Favorable results by aggregating demand
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• Agreements with Regional Governments
• Current tender allows to reach 108 additional PoPs (phase I)
• New tenders would be launched as needed (phase II)
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Optical Equipment Tender...
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List of mandatory and optional equipment functionalities.
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Hypothetical fiber footprint as working scenario for all bidders
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Management and Planification systems required.
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Virtual/logical Components Catalogue:
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Optical Functionality ≈ Virtual/Logical Component
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Vendors Equipment groupped and mapped their hardware list elements to
each Virtual Component.
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Optical network design for the working scenario based only on Virtual
Components
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Economical proposals include the cost for each Virtual Component:
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Only Virtual Components can be bought to light the real fiber footprint
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Optical Equipment Tender Results
 Equipment and service guarantee provider : Telefonica
 Service Guarantee to end 2012.
 Alcatel-Lucent Equipment:1626 Light Manager Red 5.0A (6.0 update included)
 WSS (Wavelength Selective Switch) technology. No O/E/O conversion.
 50 Ghz grid spacing: 93 x 10 G / 80 x 40G
 10G, 40G supported. 100G prepared to be supported when available
 8-degree ( 7x1)
 Directionless and colorless support.
 EDFA and RAMAN amplification
 Variable Optical Attenuators (VOA) in transponders and amplifiers.
 Automatic Power Equalization
 Automatic Pre-emphasis Adjustment
 User ports ( required by RedIRIS): 10GE, GE and OTN.
 OSNCP protection 1+1 included.
 OSC running at 1510nm (4 Mbps)
 GMPLS support
 Network Management System: 1350 OMS Rel. 5.0A
 Optical Network Design Platform - ONDP Rel. 5.0A
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Optical Equipment Guarantee...
24/7 hot line to fix problems and technical support
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Hardware Replace Time: 4 hours
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Incident Time Resolution: 4 hours ( critical and high), NBD ( medium), 2 BD ( low)
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Direct access to the vendor support center
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5-people operation team ( 24 hours @ RedIRIS offices)
Software Releases
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Upgrade upto 2 new software releases per year  optical equipment, NMS and
planification systeml
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Done by supplier ( remotely or in-situ, as needed)
Preventive Tasks
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Set of tasks to check the health of patch panels, fiber cords and optical equipments for
all sites.
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At least, one per year.
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Optical Equipment Guarantee...
Corrective & Scheduled Maintenance Works
Reports
Technical Documentation
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Complete access to the technical documentation ( even the private one):
hardware, functionalities, bugs, interoperability...
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Regular (quarterly) Technical Workshops to present 12 months roadmap::
hardware and functionalties.
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RedIRIS-NOVA services
 Global IPv4 and IPv6
reachability
 Multicast
 DNS
 IPv4 and IPv6 address
space management
 NTP
 RedIRIS
community IP
services
 Ethernet Layer
 Wavelengths between
RedIRIS PoPs:
• Unprotected
• Protected and/or
• With Restoration
 Wavelengths between Shared PoPs
and/or RN PoPs:
 RedIRIS
community
 Optical Regional
Networks
By Type:
By Use:
• Unprotected
• IP Regional
• Protected and/or
Network Support
with Restoration • Projects Support
Private Circuits
Performance Monitoring Tools
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Edificio Bronce,
Plaza Manuel Gómez Moreno s/n
28020 Madrid. España
Tel.: 91 212 76 20 / 25, Fax: 91 212 76 35
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