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MPLS & Ethernet Infrastructure & Services:
BT’s Perspective
Ben Niven-Jenkins ([email protected])
Chief Designer Content & Media Services
Describe the diverse range of services that BT supports using Ethernet and MPLS
• “Standard Services”
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MPLS VPN
Ethernet E-LINE
Ethernet E-LAN
Wholesale Broadband
• Other Services
– Mobile (Cellular) Backhaul
• E1, ATM & Ethernet PWE3s
– High performance Financial Markets Services
– Content Services
• Broadcast Video
• CDN, IP (Linear) TV & Canvas
• Converging onto a single Ethernet/MPLS platform
– How 21CN underpins Ethernet, Mobile Backhaul, Broadband &
Content services
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MPLS VPN
Scale
• 172 Countries
– >230000 customer ports
• >100000 outside UK
– >200 PoPs
• >180 outside UK
– Still seeing significant growth
• Market Share (IDC)
– UK: 40%
– Global: 16%
• Customers include
– Large financial institutes
• Some of the world's largest
financial market data vendors
• Multiple banks
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Public Sector / Government
Transport Industry
Retail & Food Industries
Pharmaceutical Industry
Architecture
• Hierarchy
– Tier 1: Aggregation & Routing
– Tier 2: Aggregation & Customer
access
– Regional Route Reflectors
• Resilience
– Intra & Inter PoP
• Dual Vendor Core
– Dual Tier 1 Core
– Physical separation
• 6 CoS
• Multicast enabled
• Future evolution
– Even more Ethernet access
– Further NNIs to complement
traditional PoP expansion
• Expand in-country coverage
– IPv6
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E-LINE & Mobile (Cellular) Backhaul
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Etherflow UK
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P2P Service
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>700 PoPs
>100 PoPs of EEA
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Sub rates from 1 Mbps
Mobile (Cellular) Backhaul
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Built on top of Etherflow
E1 & ATM PWE3s
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From base station to mobile switch site
4 out 5 UK Mobile Operators
Still in deployment
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Contracts total ~20k base stations
Future direction:
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Access layer
Port speeds from 10 Mbps to 1 Gig
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Access & Aggregation layer
~600 PoPs of EES
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VLAN access
Ethernet PWE3 backhaul/core
Near term: Ethernet presentation &
synchronisation
Long term: supporting LTE with IP layer &
any to any capabilities
E-LAN (VPLS)
SPAIN
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Managed VPLS service covering Spain
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First launched in 2004
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Access sub-rates from 1 Mbps to 990
Mbps
6 CoS
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Core of 4 nodes in 4 PoPs
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10 VPLS regions covering different
geographical areas.
46 PoPs covering all 51 provinces.
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Madrid and Barcelona
Including the Canary and Balearic Islands.
Gateways to
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BT MPLS VPN
Internet
Voice Softswitches
E-LAN Any to Any connectivity
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Mixture of technoogies including EFM
HVPLS implementation.
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Standalone managed VPLS service
covering London
Some E-LINE (P2P) and Hub & Spoke
Access port speeds from 10 Mbps up to 1
Gbps
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Mainly E-LAN Any to Any connectivity
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UK
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Access port speeds from 10 Mbps up to 1
Gbps
Access sub-rates from 2 Mbps to 900 Mbps
2 CoS
6 Access PoPs
2 Core PoPs
VPLS used for some internal
management (DCN) on 21CN
Planning VPLS for supporting Wholesale
IPTV services
Wholesale Broadband
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20CN IP Stream Connect
ADSL2
– Up to 8 Mbps ADSL2
– Available to >99% of UK population
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20CN ATM
Colossus
IP
ISP’s
Network
>5500 Exchanges (Central Offices)
– ATM backhaul
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21CN Wholesale Broadband
Connect (wBC)
WWW
(Internet)
– Up to 24 Mbps ADSL2+
– Available to:
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45% of UK population (March 2009)
55% of UK population (March 2010)
ADSL2+
– Ethernet (VLAN & PWE3) backhaul
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21CN Next Generation Access /
“Super Fast Broadband”
– Extension to wBC
– Up to 100 Mbps FTTx
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Up to 40 Mbps VDSL
Up to 100 Mbps GPON
– In trials
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Pledged £1.5 Billion to deliver SFBB
to 40% of population by 2012
VLAN
PWE3
21CN
Ethernet
(PWE3)
VDSL &
GPON
ISP’s
Network
21CN
MPLS
21CN
VPN
ISP’s
Network
ULTRA
“If a broker’s electronic trading platform is 5 milliseconds behind the
competition, it could lose at least 1% of its flow; that’s $4 million in revenues
per millisecond” Tabb Group
“When talking about low latency connectivity to execution venues, no one else
compares [to BT].” Bryce Byers – President & CEO, Neovest
Ultra Access voted “Best New Vendor Solution” Financial News, 2007
Algorithmic trading and direct market
access are the biggest disruptors in
modern-day markets
Gone from virtually 0% to 35% of
institutional order flow in 5 years.
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Capital markets participants require:
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Fast, direct connectivity to execution
venues in major financial markets
Extremely low, deterministic latency
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Extremely High SLAs
ULTRA offers:
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Services in New York, Chicago, London
Up to 10 Gbps Access
Deterministic latency & RTD <1 ms
100% Uptime Guarantee
Fully resilient, non-blocking architecture
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Single Telco hop
Multicast replication
Direct Market Access Speedometer
Network visibility tools
Bandwidth management
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“Yesterday’s ultra-low latency is merely
today’s low-latency.” Tabb Group
As if the exchange is connected in their basement
Media & Broadcast Global MPLS Media Network
• Broadcast applications
– Dynamic ‘contribution’
– Permanent contribution &
distribution
– High priority data
• Non RT programmes, VoIP, CES
• Broadcast requirements
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Low latency, Low Jitter
Zero packet loss
Flexible control path
Bandwidth on demand
– Lower priority data
• 75 core nodes &
200 transmitter
nodes
• Dual diverse signal
routing over
network
• Over 150 video end
points
• Total of over 800
MVPN destinations
• 2000 Multicast
destinations @ 30
Mbps each
Keelylang Hill
Bressay
Rumster
Forest
Eitshal
LQT
Isle of Lewis
Rosemarkie
Isle of
Skye
Knockmore
IV/SR1
IV/MD/SR1
Skriaig
Tomich
Aberdeen
AB
Borve
Durris
Mull
Angus
Torosay
DE
Tay Bridge
Rosneath
Easdale
YXQM
GW/SCO
Craigkelly
YPCB/W
FK
Glasgow
Islay
Edinburgh
EH/L
GW/T
Black Hill
Portnhaven
Clachan
GL/A
Arran
West Kilbride
Darvel
Chatton
Selkirk
Dunure
JH
Limavady
Cushendall
Glenariff
Newcastle
Fenham
Londonderry
NT/H
Carlisle
CE/D
YNBR/B
Pontop Pike
Cambret Hill
CE/H
YBEL/D
Divis
Caldbeck
DU
UTC/C
BE/SEY
Brougher Mt.
Middlesbrough
Belfast
BE/BML
Jurby
Bilsdale
TI
Thirsk
Kendal
Olivers Mount
Keighley
Pendle
Forest
Lancaster
YQADS
LS/WGT
Winter Hill
LS/BAS
Idle
Leeds
YJZCZ
YYOT/B
BL
Emley Moor
Saddleworth
WI
MR/DY
LV/C
Mottram
SF
HKU
Conway
Llandona
Manchester
Storeton
Sheffield
Belmont
RE
Chesterfield
BG
CS
Moel y
Parc
CD
NBD/B
Chester
Nottingham
Nottingham
Fenton
Llangollen
NG/F
YNLLR
Waltham
Llangynog
YGPDD/B
SY
NC/G
NC/C
The Wrekin
Norwich
Sutton
Coldfield
Long Mountain
AE
Brierly Hill
Birmingham
Tacolneston
BM/PY
Llanidloes
Kerry
Blaen Plwyf
Bromsgrove
Llandinam
YFDRB/FB
Cambridge
RJ/HC
CB/E
MalvernWR/D
CG
Martlesham
Larkstoke
EV
YMHR
YYZZ/E
Sandy Heath
CCM North
Ridge Hill
IH
Sudbury
BME
CT/AFT
Preselli
BHR
Gloucester
Ebbw Vale
OF/EX
Carmel
Oxford
GR
Aberdare
Pontypool
HY/E
Kilvey Hill
Hemel
Hempstead
YJSI
YOWT/A
YCOV/J
CF/F
Myndd Machen
BNP
Bristol
Cardiff
Wenvoe
London
LTH
BS/D
YTOW
BS/L
Rouncefall
D J
YTVC
Esher
Bristol KW Bristol IC
YKRS/M
L/ER
CU
Guildford
Reigate
MA/B
YDRRD/B
Tunbridge Wells
ACM
TW/A
TU/D
Sailsbury
Midhurst
YZIT/A
SA/B
Chichester
SO/EX/B
Southampton
EX/D
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Caradon Hill
CIP/B
Budleigh
Salterton
Rowridge
Beacon Hill
YPDNA/A
Plymouth
PY/F
Plympton
Slapton
Redruth
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Les Touillets
Torteval
Fremont
Gorey
St Breades
St Helier
BR/C
CHA
Stockland Hill
EX/E
Boscastle
PT/TK
Heathfield
HMC
Whitehawk Hill Hastings
Brighton
AD
SV
GI
Monk Silver
Huntshaw Cross
Ramsgate
Bluebell Hill
Hannington
Mendip
Coombe
Martin
Margate
Broadstairs
CCM South
Crystal Palace
CH/EX
Berrynarbour
BP/EX
Dover
Impact of OTT Video in Broadband Traffic
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Wholesale Content Services
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eo to T
OTT Vid
Throuput/Line Kbps
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CSP
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OTT Video to PC
40
Web traffic forecast
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Wholesale Content Connect (wCC)
Establishing broadband as a
content delivery platform
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Internet
CDN
0
2009/10
Internet
Transit
Provider
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– Reduce impact of OTT content for
ISPs
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Insert ISPs into the commercial value
chain for distribution of OTT content
over broadband
– Enable ISPs/CSPs to launch Quality
Assured content services
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– QoS enabled CDN & BB
– Distribution via MPLS VPN
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Future: Move BB IP Service Edge
closer to End Users
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BT
Wholesale
2012/13
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ISP
2013/14
CSP
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BT
Wholesale
Today
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ISP
wCC
ADSL2
20C ATM
Content
Caches (CDN)
ISP’s/CSP’s
Network
ADSL2+
21C
Ethernet
(PWE3)
Wholesale IPTV services
– VPLS or MPLS VPN
2011/12
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Harnessing QoS & BB to deliver a
fantastic content experience for End
Users
Co-locating Content Caches with
BB IP Service Edge
2010/11
VDSL &
GPON
21C
21C
MPLS
VPN
WWW
(Internet)
Canvas (http://www.projectcanvas.info)
A ‘front door’ to Linear & On Demand content & Web Applications via your TV.
Canvas Offer
• Free TV & VoD
• Over 40 Freeview channels
• HD Freeview (Optional)
• Catch up TV
• Archive TV
• Paid TV
• Premium VoD
• PVR (Optional)
• Selected online sites such as Flickr &
YouTube (not confirmed)
Key Principles
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• Hybrid Digital Terrestrial and IP
Content Delivery
• Common Canvas UI that fuses Linear
and On Demand content.
• Discover and access individual
Content Providers’ portals.
• Search across multiple Content
Providers for a particular item of
content (On Demand, Broadcast &
locally stored)
Canvas
• Publishes common
standard
• Markets venture
• Develops and operates
top level UI
Canvas Venture
• Publish VoD
content to Canvas
• Operate ‘Store’
• Bill customer
• Deliver Adverts
Devices
ISPs
Content
Providers
Canvas
Venture
Defining and promoting a standards based, open environment, for Internet connected TV.
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BT
(+Wholesale CDN)
Other ISPs / CDNs
STB Manufacturers
• Deliver VoD services to
customers
• Commercial agreement
for Streamed content
• Retail to customers
and provide CS
• Develop and sell
Canvas devices
Convergence on 21CN
+ ~4400 Tier 2 & 3 Access/Aggregation PoPs
2005-7
2008-9
2010+
+ ~1000 Tier 1 Aggregation PoPs (~600 with Ethernet PWE3)
+86 Metro PoPs (including Ethernet PWE3)
20 Core PoPs (including Ethernet PWE3)
Multiple Services
Single Ethernet/MPLS
infrastructure
• Ethernet
• Circuit Emulation
• Broadband
• Content
ISP’s
Network
(e.g. BT Retail)
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WWW
(Internet)
QUESTIONS?
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