100 Gbit/s Carrier-Grade Ethernet Transport Technologies
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|Project Coordinator||Project Consortium|
e-mail: fjjc (at) tid.es
|Telefonica I+d, ES|
|CTTC – Centro Tecnologico de Telecomunicaciones de Catalunya, ES|
|University of Malaga, ES|
|University of Zaragoza, ES|
This is a “Celtic” project;
|Project Key Information|
|End date||Budget (total)||Effort (total)||Project-ID|
|October 2007||end 2010||2,270 k€||33.9 PY||CP4-001|
|The main aim of the 100GET.es will be to validate the end-to-end 100GbE Carrier Ethernet transport, both from an architectural and an experimental perspective.Three main goals can be derived:
1. From a theoretical perspective: Requirements definition, 100G transmission simulation and techno-economic validation of 100Gb Ethernet Transport architectures, including solutions for Packet Transport.
2. From an data plane perspective: Design of key optical components for a coherent photodetector, characterization of optical transceivers, development of a electronically fed 10-100GbE aggregation node and experimental validation of end to end 100GbE transmission.
3. From a control plane perspective: Development of multi-layer and multi-domain control plane solutions, development of a control plane entity for efficiently controlling an access/aggregation node, and experimental validation of the control plane functionalities to manage an integrated
Carrier Ethernet over Optical transport infrastructure.
The experimental test-bed would be composed by the TID IP/MPLS and Carrier Ethernet facilities, an
optical fiber metropolitan ring in Madrid, the ADRENALINE dual-layer GMPLS test-bed, and the developed 10-100 GbE aggregation node.
|The prototypes will be analyzed in 100Gb/s transmission system tests in order to enable to identify the most powerful technology options for next generation 100 Gigabit Ethernet products.|