OFC'06 Summary - Networks Lab

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OFC’10 Summary


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Core Networks Part I

Ferhat Dikbiyik

OFC’10 Technical Sessions on Core
Networks


OMM:

Path Computation and Routing I


OMU:

Path Computation and Routing II


OThP:

High Speed Routing



OTuG:

Network Architecture and Control I


OWR:

Network Architecture and Control II


OWH: Restoration and Protection



OTuK:
Quantum Communication Symposium II: Networking


OWM:

Advanced Networking Technologies


OWY:
Energy Efficiency and Next
-
Generation Networks



OFC’10 Technical Sessions on Core
Networks


OMM:

Path Computation and Routing I


OMU:

Path Computation and Routing II


OThP:

High Speed Routing



OFC’10 Technical Sessions on Core
Networks






OTuG:

Network Architecture and Control I


OWR:

Network Architecture and Control II


OWH: Restoration and Protection



OFC’10 Technical Sessions on Core
Networks










OTuK:
Quantum Communication Symposium II: Networking


OWM:

Advanced Networking Technologies


OWY:
Energy Efficiency and Next
-
Generation Networks



NFOEC’10 Technical Sessions on Core
Networks


NTuA:

Network Design


NThA:

Network Restoration


NThE:

Multi
-
Layer Networks


NMD:

Converged Networks


NWA:

Advanced Network Applications


NThF:

Next Generation Optical Network Technology


NMB:

Migrating to 100G


NTuB:

High Speed Network Technologies


NWC:

Network Testing and Characterization

Path Computation and Routing I
.

Code

Title

Author/Affiliate

Topic

Trends

OMM1

An Information
-
Diffusion
-
Based
Routing Scheme in
Wavelength
-
Routed
WDM Mesh Networks

Nan Hua

et al.;
Tsinghua Univ.,
China,

China Mobile Res.
Inst., China

The proposition of IDBR
scheme which has fast
convergence time and the low
bandwidth consumption of
OSPF
-
TE while requires
lower computational
complexity as RIP

Intelligent
Routing
Algorithms

OMM2

Enhanced Crankback
Signaling in Multi
-
Domain Optical
Networks

Mostafa Ismaeili

et al.;.

Univ. of New
Mexico, USA,
Wuhan Univ.,
China,

Oak Ridge Natl.
Lab, USA

Solution for joint intra/inter
-
domain signaling crankback
for multi
-
domain DWDM
lightpath setup. The scheme
leverages existing intra/inter
-
domain routing protocol state
and provides mechanisms to
track signaling failures and
limit setup overheads/delays

Path Computation and Routing I
. Cont’d.

Code

Title

Author/Affiliate

Topic

Trends

OMM3

Concurrent
Processing of Multiple
LSP Request Bundles
on a PCE in a WDM
Network

Jawwad Ahmed

et al.;

Royal Inst. of
Technology (KTH),
Sweden

The proposition of concurrent
RWA algorithm for
differentiated services to
process multiple LSP bundles
at PCE

Intelligent
Routing
Algorithms

OMM4

Routing and
Wavelength
Assignment for
Transparent Optical
Networks with QoT
Estimation
Inaccuracies

Siamak
Azodolmolky
et
al.; Athens
Information
Technology,
Greece, Technical
Univ. of Catalonia,
Spain

how inaccuracies of Quality of
Transmission (QoT)
estimations, caused by
imperfect models and lack of
monitors in transparent
optical networks, can be
mitigated using a novel
routing and wavelength
assignment algorithm

Path Computation and Routing I
. Cont’d.

Code

Title

Author/Affiliate

Topic

Trends

OMM5

Opportunity Cost
Analysis of Online
Routing Algorithms for
Dynamic Wavelength
Routed Mesh
Networks

Xiaolan J. Zhang

et al.;

Univ. of Illinois at
Urbana
-
Champaign, USA,
Univ. of Alaska at
Anchorage, USA

a new cost model to analyze
end
-
to
-
end online routing
algorithms in dynamic
wavelength routed mesh
networks which leads to the
design of simple and efficient
routing algorithms with
congestion awareness

Intelligent
Routing
Algorithms

Path Computation and Routing II
.

Code

Title

Author/Affiliate

Topic

Trends

OMU1

Heuristic Strategies
for Routing 100
-
GbE
over OTN in
Distributed Differential
Delay Compensation
Architectures

João M. Santos

et
al.;

Nokia Siemens
Networks Portugal,
Inst. de
Telecomunicações,
Inst. Superior
Técnico

A heuristic optimization
framework for routing
virtually
-
concatenated
100Gb/s Ethernet over
optical transport networks
with distributed differential
delay compensation

Intelligent
Routing
Algorithms

OMU2

Accounting for PMD
Temporal Correlation
during Lightpath Set
up in GMPLS
-
Controlled Optical
Networks

Nicola Sambo

et
al.;

Scuola Superiore
Sant'Anna, Italy,
Technical Univ. of
Denmark

A novel impairment
-
aware
lightpath provisioning
scheme for GMPLS
-
controlled transparent
networks, which leverages
PMD temporal correlation

Path Computation and Routing II
. Cont’d.

Code

Title

Author/Affiliate

Topic

Trends

OMU3

Distance
-
Adaptive
Spectrum Allocation
in Elastic Optical Path
Network (SLICE) with
Bit per Symbol
Adjustment

Bartlomiej
Kozicki

et al.;

NTT Network
Innovation Labs,
Japan

a concept of spectrally
-
efficient optical networking
with distance
-
adaptive
spectral allocation by
adjusting the number of
modulation levels

Intelligent
Routing
Algorithms

OMU4

Improved Aggregated
Impairment
Information for Bi
-
Directional Lightpath
Establishments

Annalisa Morea

et al.;

Bell Labs, Alcatel
-
Lucent France

Proposition of a set of

physical parameters for
GMPLS signaling to establish
bi
-
directional paths. This
reduces the amount of
flooded information and
speeds
-
up the path
establishment while keeping
its risk of unfeasibility lower
than 2%

Path Computation and Routing II
. Cont’d.

Code

Title

Author/Affiliate

Topic

Trends

OMU5

Experimental
Demonstration of the
Need for Carrier
Ethernet in Mission
Critical Networks

Upendra
Manyam

et al.;
Commtel
Networks, India ,
Indian Inst. of
Technology, India

Comparison of circuit and
packet
-
switched networks in
handling delay
-
sensitive data
reveals that the primary
causes of latency are different
in these two networks, and
both can be mitigated by
using Carrier Ethernet in
Mission
-
Critical Networks

Intelligent
Routing
Algorithms

High Speed Routing

Code

Title

Author/Affiliate

Topic

Trends

OThP1

Investigation of
Spectral Efficient
Modulation Formats
for 400Gbit/s/port
Optical Packet
Switched System

Szilárd Zsigmond

et al.;

Dept. of Telecom
-
munication and
Media Informatic,
Budapest Univ. of
Technology and
Economics, Hungary,

NICT, Japan

Investigation of the
performance of NRZ
-
OOK,
NRZ
-
DPSK, NRZ
-
DQPSK,
NRZ
-
8PSK and NRZ
-
16
-
QAM modulation and their
influence to an optical
packet switched systems
(OPS) performance

Evaluation
of high
speed
routing
elements

OThP2

Demonstration of
End
-
to
-
End Bit
-
Parallel Memory
Transactions Across
the Ultra
-
Low Latency
Data Vortex Optical
Packet Switch

Howard Wang

et
al.;

Scuola Superiore
Sant'Anna, Italy,
Technical Univ. of
Denmark

Demonstration end
-
to
-
end
memory transactions
between a processor and
memory node across the
data vortex optical packet
switch

High Speed Routing

Cont’d.

Code

Title

Author/Affiliate

Topic

Trends

OThP3

Photonic Terabit
Routers: The IRIS
Project

Jurgen Gripp

et
al.;

Bell Labs, Alcatel
-
Lucent, USA,
LGS Innovations,
USA

Presentation of results of the
IRIS project, a DARPA
-
MTO
funded program to develop a
router with an all
-
optical data
plane and a total capacity of
more than 100 Tb/s

Evaluation
of high
speed
routing
elements

OThP4

Partial
Implementation and
Experimental
Demonstration of an
Integrated Optical
Path and Packet
Node for New
-
Generation Networks

Takaya
Miyazawa

et al.;

NICT, Japan

Implementation and
evaluation of an integrated
optical path/packet node
toward new generation
networks

High Speed Routing

Cont’d.

Code

Title

Author/Affiliate

Topic

Trends

OThP5

iSNOW: Integrated
Sensor Networks with
Optical and Wireless
Communications

Chonggang Wang

et al.;

NEC Labs America,
USA, AT&T Labs
Res., USA

Proposition of iSNOW, an
integrated sensor network
architecture with optical and
wireless links

Evaluation
of high
speed
routing
elements

OThP6

Power Consumption
of Hybrid Optical
Switches


Slaviša Aleksić

;

Vienna Univ. of
Technology, Austria

Evaluation of two realization
options of hybrid optical
switches are evaluated with
regard to power
consumption

OThP7

Experimental
Validation of a SIP
-
Based Platform for
Service Oriented
Optical Network

Walter Cerroni

et al.;
DEIS
-

Univ. of
Bologna, Italy

CNIT
-

Natl. Lab of
Photonic Networks,
Italy

Scuola Superiore
Sant'Anna, Italy

Experimental validation of a
service oriented optical
network architecture based
on SIP for on
-
demand
session management

Network Design

Code

Title

Author/Affiliate

Topic

Trends

NTuA1

Optimal Traffic
Grooming and
Regenerator
Placement in WDM
Optical Networks

Ankitkumar N.
Patel

et al.;

Univ. of Texas at
Dallas, USA

Fujitsu Labs of
America, USA

Cost reduction by
combining traffic grooming
and regenerator placement
in an optical network in
which lightpaths are hop
-
constrained by
impairments

Robust
Network
Design

NTuA2

Application of SONET
Adaptive Rate to
Multi
-
Carriers
Transport Network

Nee Ben Gee

et al.;

Verizon Inc., USA

Current assessment of
SONET Adaptive Rate
technique from the local
access service provider
perspective

Network Design Cont’d.

Code

Title

Author/Affiliate

Topic

Trends

NTuA3

Transponder Pool
Sizing in Highly
Dynamic Translucent
WDM Optical
Networks

Ronald A. Skoog

et al.;

NTT Network
Innovation Labs,
Japan

Development of a
methodology for sizing
optical network node
transponder pools to meet
network call blocking
requirements

Robust
Network
Design


NTuA4

Delay
-
Based
Bandwidth
-
Aware
Topology Abstraction
Scheme for OIF E
-
NNI Multi
-
Domain
Routing

Francesco
Paolucci

et al.;

Scuola Superiore
Sant'Anna, Italy

Consorzio Nazionale
Interuniversitario per
le Telecomunicazioni,
Italy, Ericsson
Telecomunicazioni,
Italy

Proposition of an
abstraction scheme for
delay
-
based metric
advertisement of virtual
intra
-
domain links for multi
-
domain traffic engineering

Network Restoration

Code

Title

Author/Affiliate

Topic

Trends

NThA1

Bridge
-
and
-
Roll
Demonstration in
GRIPhoN (Globally
Reconfigurable
Intelligent Photonic
Network)

Xiaolan J. Zhang

et al.;

Univ. of Illinois at
Urbana
-
Champaign,

AT&T Labs
-
Res.,
USA

Description of a ROADM
architecture for a
dynamically reconfigurable
photonic network and
demonstration the
performance of a photonic
-
layer bridge
-
and
-
roll that
could improve the
operational flexibility of
optical transport networks

New
algorithms
and
techniques
for
survivable
high
-
speed
networks

NThA2

A Systematic
Approach to Develop
and Manage SRLGs
for Optical Transport
Networks with Multi
-
Tier Resources

Stephen S. Liu
;

Verizon Corporate
Technology, USA

a generalized framework
that characterizes multi
-
tier
resource dependency and
operators’ diversity policies
in transport networks

Network Restoration Cont’d.

Code

Title

Author/Affiliate

Topic

Trends

NThA3

Optical Path
Restoration for up to
Two Failures Using
Preconfigured Cycles

Martin I. Eiger

et
al.;

Telcordia
Technologies, USA

A method for designing path
protection for single
-

and
multiple
-
wavelength optical
demands surviving up to
two failures. Preconfigured
cycles cost
-
effectively
provide immediate
restoration without
intermediate switching or
wavelength conversion

New
algorithms
and
techniques
for
survivable
high
-
speed
networks


NThA4

Diversity
Requirements for
Selecting Candidate
Paths for Alternative
-
Path Routing

Jane M.
Simmons

;

Monarch Network
Architects, USA

In alternative
-
path routing, it
is shown that requiring
candidate paths to be
diverse only with respect to
the most congested links in
the network performs better
than requiring the candidate
paths to be completely
diverse

Network Restoration Cont’d.

Code

Title

Author/Affiliate

Topic

Trends

NThA5

Experimental
Validation of End
-
to
-
End GMPLS
-
Enabled
Restoration in Multi
-
Domain Transparent
WSON

Ricardo Martinez

et al;

Ctr.
Tecnològic de
Telecomunicacion
s de Catalunya,
Spain

Universtiat
Politècnica de
Catalunya, Spain

Experimantal validation and
comparison of two GMPLS
restoration strategies
operating at wavelength and
link granularities in a multi
-
domain WSON

New
algorithms
and
techniques
for
survivable
high
-
speed
networks


NThA6

Cross
-
Layer Traffic
Grooming for Optical
Networks with Hybrid
Layer
-
One and Layer
-
Zero Signal
Regeneration

Gangxiang Shen

et al.;

Ciena Corp., USA

A cross
-
layer traffic grooming
algorithm that balances layer
-
one and layer
-
zero signal
regeneration capability to
achieve the lowest network
design cost

Multi
-
Layer Networks

Code

Title

Author/Affiliate

Topic

Trends

NThE1

Mutli
-
Layer Traffic
Engineering


Jonathan Sadler
;
Tellabs, USA

Tutorial on the layer
relationships and how it
impacts control plane
technology, with special
focus on O
-
E
-
O and O
-
O
-
O
operations

Cost
-
effective
provisioning
and
planning in
heterogene
ous next
generation
networks

NThE2

Point
-
to
-
Multipoint
VLAN Path Signaling
Demonstration on the
GMPLS Controlled
Ethernet Test Network

Kou Kikuta

;

Keio Univ., Japan

The demonstration of
GMPLS controlled Point
-
to
-
Multipoint Ethernet path
establishment and
extension of the prototype
RSVP
-
TE for supporting
peer and overlay model
networks

Multi
-
Layer Networks Cont’d.

Code

Title

Author/Affiliate

Topic

Trends

NThE3

Efficient Routing in
Heterogeneous Core
DWDM Networks

Guangzhi Li

et al.;

AT&T Labs, USA

a cost efficient routing
algorithm and prototype a
network planning tool to
cost
-
effectively provision
high
-
speed connections
over a large carrier’s
heterogeneous core DWDM
network with multi
-
vendor
sub
-
networks

Cost
-
effective
provisioning
and
planning in
heterogene
ous next
generation
networks


NThE4

Simplified Framework
for Optimal Support of
40Gb/s and 100Gb/s
Services over OTN
Exploiting Grooming
and VCAT

João M. Santos

et
al.;

Nokia Siemens
Networks Portugal,
Inst. de
Telecomunicações,
Inst. Superior
Técnico

A simplified framework that
exploits grooming and
virtual concatenation to
minimize the optical
transport network cost for
supporting 40Gb/s and
100Gb/s services

Conclusion


Trends


Intelligent routing algorithms


Impairment
-
aware routing


Implementation, evaluation, (experimentally) validation of
new/next generation networks


Robust network design


New algorithms and techniques for survivable high
-
speed
networks


Cost
-
effective provisioning and planning in heterogeneous next
generation networks