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Jacqueline Brown University of Washington Pacific Northwest Gigapop Internet 2 Spring Meeting Arlington, VA USA April 8, 2003
Pacific Wave International Peering Participants at the Pacific Wave peering exchange can… – Peer directly with major R&E networks worldwide; – Reduce costs associated with IP traffic that would otherwise transit commercial carrier circuits; – Increase efficiency by directing traffic as quickly as possible to the target network/organization; – Transfer IP traffic inclusive of multicast, IPv 4, IPv 6; – Access the NOC 24 x 7 x 365. Pacific Wave is also a recommended exchange point for peering with the Abilene/Internet 2 network.
is a service of the Located in SEATTLE, WASHINGTON The Pacific Northwest Gigapop is the Internet 2 Point of Presence in the U. S. Pacific Northwest for the Abilene Network. Courtesy S. Corbato and Internet 2
Pacific Wave Facility • Located in a state-of-the-art facility in incumbent telecommunications carrier grade hotel in downtown Seattle – Many colocation options within the hotel – Easy-access fiber-meet-me-room used for Pacific Wave connections • Fully redundant environmentals (DC power, HVAC, battery backup, fire suppression) • 24 x 7 secure building and facility access
Pacific Wave Architecture Abilene Big Iron Foundry Switch CA*net 3 . . . AARNet Big Iron Foundry Switch PNWGP Juniper Router An ATM free zone! Redundant Gigabit Ethernet switch architecture provides two subnets and 128 Gbps throughput. Multicast enabled with PIM-SM snooping.
Flexibility is the Design Key • Self-selected peerings—you peer with who you want. • Self-configured peerings—you control the BGP routes for your peering. • Any IP traffic accepted. • Significantly cheaper than Commodity Internet. • No AUP. • Support available 24 x 7 x 365. • Select either dual FE or dual Gb. E.
Optional: Commodity Internet Transit • Available to all Pacific Wave Participants • Your ISP is the Pacific Northwest Gigapop • Service is multi-homed with the following vendors: Cable & Wireless Level 3 NTT/Verio • 3 Gbps total throughput structured over 3 independent, fully burstable Gigabit circuits • 7 x 24 NOC services • Use-based pricing with high-volume (50+Mbps/mo) pricing available
Targeted Constituencies Research and Education Organizations – Networks – Universities – K-12 (pre-university schools) – Colleges – and more… Research Consortia – Sciences – Humanities – Social Sciences – Arts – Policy Groups – and more… R&D Organizations – Biotech – Software – Medical – Hardware – Aerospace – and more… Public Service Organizations – Libraries – Museums – Emergency Response Groups – Health. Care – and more…
Targeted Programmatic Areas Infectious Disease Database & Management High-Energy Physics Deep-Space Astronomy Deep-Sea Geophysics High Definition TV Broadcasting over IP Atmospheric Sciences & Weather Forecasting Scholarly Research on Rare Writings And more…
R&E Networks Research & Education Networks at Pacific Wave: April 2003
Countries via Abilene ITN at Pacific Wave: Jan. 2003 Europe-Middle East Austria Belgium Bulgaria Croatia Czech Republic Cyprus Denmark Estonia Finland France Germany Greece Hungary Iceland Ireland Israel Italy Latvia Lithuania Luxembourg Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal Romania Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom *CERN Asia-Pacific Australia China Hong Kong Japan Korea Singapore Taiwan Thailand Americas Argentina Brazil Canada Chile Mexico United States Coming up: Costa Rica Panama Venezuela More information about reachable networks at www. internet 2. edu/abilene/peernetworks. html Slide Courtesy of Internet 2
Federal & Corporate Participants at Pacific Wave: Jan. 2003 DREN – U. S. Defense Research and Engineering Network ESNet – U. S. Energy Sciences Network AT&T Broadband Cable Internet Microsoft Corporation Boeing Research Siemens Medical Solutions Health Services Corporation (Pointshare) and more…
Peer with PNWGP to reach these PNWGP Participants Microsoft Research NOAA Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Arctic Region Supercomputing Center Plus Major Research Universities of Washington, Alaska, Idaho, Montana; and Portland Research & Education Network
PNWGP Partnerships, Memberships, & Affiliations • • • Asia Pacific Advanced Networks (APAN) IEEAF/GEO/Tyco Telecommunications Pacific Telecommunications Council (PTC) The Quilt PAIX Seattle Peering Interconnects Seattle Internet Exchange (SIX) Northwest Access Exchange (NWAX) Research. Channel KEXP Radio Digital. Well
Peering Initiatives The Quilt a project of UCAID Participants are non-profit advanced regional network organizations dedicated to advancing research and education in the United States The Quilt Peering Initiative Identifying and establishing regional, national, and international peering arrangements
National Lambda Rail (NLR) is an initiative that will offer fiber services in support of advanced research and educational activities. NLR is spearheaded through a cooperative partnership between the – – Corporation for Network Initiatives in California (CENIC); Pacific Northwest Gigapop & University of Washington; U. S. Supercomputing Centers; and Other major U. S. research and education based networking organizations.
Futures • In Process: upgrade of Pacific Wave to support 10 Gb. E connections • NLR will offer new opportunities: – Infrastructure for creation of new Pacific Wave nodes – Backhaul alternatives • 2003: IEEAF/GEO/Tyco Telecommunications 10 -Gbps from Japan to Seattle • Continued support of advanced applications (e. g. , streaming media, HDTV applications)
Implementation & Operations Partners In cooperation with IEEAF and Tyco, service design and implementation planning for a significant trans. Pacific circuit donation are underway today between these research and education groups: More Information will be provided as available.