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Driving your Grid destiny Benoit Fleury VP, Product Management and Marketing April 9 th, Driving your Grid destiny Benoit Fleury VP, Product Management and Marketing April 9 th, 2003 Proprietary and Confidential

Agenda • Ceyba: The company • The Grid Environment • Bandwidth Trends • New Agenda • Ceyba: The company • The Grid Environment • Bandwidth Trends • New Optical Directions • Driving your Grid Destiny 2 Proprietary and Confidential

Ceyba: The company Unique long-haul solution Optical equipment vendor World class team 3 Proprietary Ceyba: The company Unique long-haul solution Optical equipment vendor World class team 3 Proprietary and Confidential

Agenda • Ceyba: The company • The Grid Environment • Bandwidth Trends • New Agenda • Ceyba: The company • The Grid Environment • Bandwidth Trends • New Optical Directions • Driving your Grid Destiny 4 Proprietary and Confidential

Bridging the gaps • Terascale scientific applications • astronomy, physics, genomic, meteorology …. • Bridging the gaps • Terascale scientific applications • astronomy, physics, genomic, meteorology …. • Applications need geographically separated resources • compute, data/storage and instrumentation intensive • With inadequate bandwidth, scientists either need their own massive resources, or must travel to other resource sites • Grid must couple and integrate geographically separated computing, storage and instrumentation resources • Optical bandwidth is an enabling technology for the Grid Optics overcome the ‘tyranny of distance’ 5 Proprietary and Confidential

Key Grid communication requirements High capacity ‘back-plane’ Operational simplicity Ø ‘Self-running’ infrastructure: auto-discovery of Key Grid communication requirements High capacity ‘back-plane’ Operational simplicity Ø ‘Self-running’ infrastructure: auto-discovery of network resources, auto power balancing, integrated diagnostics User control Ø End-user ability to reconfigure network capacity and connectivity Ø Scheduled and partitioned network capacity for user separation and security Data centric 6 Ø Terabit capacity, easily added incremental capacity, low latency Ø Transport native Ethernet traffic and any other data protocols in a transparent manner Proprietary and Confidential

Agenda • Ceyba: The company • The Grid Environment • Bandwidth Trends • New Agenda • Ceyba: The company • The Grid Environment • Bandwidth Trends • New Optical Directions • Driving your Grid Destiny 7 Proprietary and Confidential

Staying ahead of bandwidth demand Interface rates and transport system capacity Gb/s 10000 1000 Staying ahead of bandwidth demand Interface rates and transport system capacity Gb/s 10000 1000 Transport system capacity * 100 10 1 1975 0. 1 0. 001 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 LAN interface rates ** TDM interface rates ** Optical capacity… no limits * Ref: adapted from: Nortel NFOEC 2002 paper B. 5. 2 & presentation chart, RHK NFOEC 2002 presentation chart for paper F. 8. 1, Bell Labs-Lucent IEEE Com. Mag. Paper Dec. 2002, p. 75 ** Ref: adapted from: Nortel NFOEC 2002 paper B. 5. 2 & presentation chart 8 Proprietary and Confidential

Keeping up with the Moore’s Resource amount Optical amplifiers give huge boost to core Keeping up with the Moore’s Resource amount Optical amplifiers give huge boost to core capacity 1. E+10 1. E+09 Transport system bandwidth (kb/s) * 65% av. growth per year Doubles every 17 mths 1. E+08 Storage density (bits/cm^2) ** 39% av. growth per year Doubles every 25 mths 1. E+07 1. E+06 Processor density (transistors/chip) ** 39% av. growth per year Doubles every 25 mths 1. E+05 1. E+04 1. E+03 1. E+02 1970 1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 Bandwidth keeps pace with Grid technologies * Ref: adapted from: Nortel NFOEC 2002 paper B. 5. 2 & presentation chart, RHK NFOEC 2002 presentation chart for paper F. 8. 1, Bell Labs-Lucent IEEE Com. Mag. Paper Dec. 2002, p. 75 ** Ref: IBM & Intel, in IEEE Spectrum, Aug. 2002, pp. 38 9 Proprietary and Confidential

Agenda • Ceyba: The company • The Grid Environment • Bandwidth Trends • New Agenda • Ceyba: The company • The Grid Environment • Bandwidth Trends • New Optical Directions • Driving your Grid Destiny 10 Proprietary and Confidential

New optical directions Existing core optical networks • Discrete, point to point WDM links New optical directions Existing core optical networks • Discrete, point to point WDM links • Regenerator intensive • SONET rings New-gen network differences • End to end connections (ULH) • Edge transponders only • Optical mesh Optical amplifiers Frequent regenerators 11 Proprietary and Confidential

Lowering connection cost Connection cost per Gbps*km versus distance Transponders Optics 13% 19% Regen Lowering connection cost Connection cost per Gbps*km versus distance Transponders Optics 13% 19% Regen every 500 km Relative Cost per Gbps*km Cost breakdown Regens up to 68% No regens Transponders 50% Regens 0% 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 Connection length (km) Motivation to eliminate regenerators 12 Proprietary and Confidential Optics 50%

Rapid bandwidth additions Existing point-to-point networking Regenerator intensive New Gen networking = client transponder Rapid bandwidth additions Existing point-to-point networking Regenerator intensive New Gen networking = client transponder = regenerator = amplifier regenerator sites Streamlined core – less inventory & maintenance Simpler operations, faster provisioning 13 Proprietary and Confidential

“Virtual fiber” networks Los Angeles Denver Chicago Boston • Scheduled and partitioned network capacity “Virtual fiber” networks Los Angeles Denver Chicago Boston • Scheduled and partitioned network capacity • User separation and security San Diego Dallas Direct, dedicated connections via optical bypass 14 Proprietary and Confidential

End-user network control Electronics (transponders) now mainly at user sites Easy to add new End-user network control Electronics (transponders) now mainly at user sites Easy to add new capacity, rapid wavelength turn-up, network reconfiguration Inherent ‘hard’/secure partition of network to different sites and users A band of wavelengths per site, a wavelength per user User owned and operated circuits Greater user choice: Carrier or 3 rd party owned and operated common infrastructure Empowering users, promoting innovation 15 Proprietary and Confidential

Data centric P q Rate transparency § 1 G, 2. 5 G, 10 G, Data centric P q Rate transparency § 1 G, 2. 5 G, 10 G, 40 G, 100 G, etc. P q Protocol/Service transparency § Ethernet, FICON, ESCON, SONET/SDH, etc. § 1 GE, 10 GE LAN PHY native support P q Control-plane transparency § clear channels for user control plane signaling across the network Future proofing the network 16 Proprietary and Confidential

Agenda • Ceyba: The company • The Grid Environment • Bandwidth Trends • New Agenda • Ceyba: The company • The Grid Environment • Bandwidth Trends • New Optical Directions • Driving your Grid Destiny 17 Proprietary and Confidential

Implementation options Carrier leased services Hybrid network Buy/lease Private optical network Build/own Carrier maintains Implementation options Carrier leased services Hybrid network Buy/lease Private optical network Build/own Carrier maintains network Own core network, and services leasing BW where cost prohibitive to build ü Lower initial cost ü Limited staffing requirement ü O-VPNs allow visibility into status & performance of services 18 Network built on dark fiber ü Economic flexibility – incremental wavelengths are inexpensive ü Fast network reconfiguration ü Keep pace with technological advances ü Ability to outsource different levels of management/ maintenance ü Ability to expand network sooner with lease option Proprietary and Confidential

Back to the future Rise of private data networks in 1980 s Enablers: ü Back to the future Rise of private data networks in 1980 s Enablers: ü Availability of leased T 1 private lines ü T 1 data multiplexing gear, and network management software Enablers ü Availability of dark fiber ü Substantial price reduction of optical equipment ü Enterprise targeted operations Drivers: ü Expanded use of PCs and LANs ü Cost ü Control, security 19 Private optical networks Drivers ü Shift to data applications ü Cost ü Institutional control Proprietary and Confidential

The bottom line Optical technology keeping pace New optics ideally suited for Grids New The bottom line Optical technology keeping pace New optics ideally suited for Grids New implementation options 20 Proprietary and Confidential

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