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TENDER SPECIFICATION FOR
BdREN NETWORK AND SERVICES













REVIEWED BY


EXPERT COMMITTEE



















DATE : DHAKA
09
FEBRUARY

2012

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1 INTRODUCTION
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2 PRINCIPLE AND SCOP
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2.1

SCOPE

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THE

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2.2

B
D
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PHYLOSOPY

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OBJECTIVE

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2.3

GENERAL

PRINCIPLE
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2.4

TURNKEY

IMPLEMENTAION
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2.5

IMPLEMENTAION

SCHEDULE
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2.6

OFFERING

PRICNCIPLE
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GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

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3.1

COMPLIANCE

STATEMENT
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3.2 BREAKUP OF PRICES

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4 SPECIFICATION OF P
ASSIVE NETWORK AND A
CCESSORIES
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4.1

CABLING

SYSTEM
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4.2

SPECIFICATION

FOR

POWER,

ACCESSORIES

AND

SITE

PREPARATION

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4.3

EARTHING

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GROUNDING

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5 REQUIREMET SPECIFI
CATION FOR TRANSMISS
ION NETWORKSYSTEM

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5.1

COMPANY

OVERVIEW

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5.2

GENERAL

INFORMATION,

ROADMAP

AND

REFERENCES
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5.3

SYSTEM

CAPABILITIES
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B.

SYSTEM

ARCHITECTURE

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5.5NETWORK

TOPOLOGIES

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5.6SERVICES

SUPPORTED

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5.7CHANNEL

MODULES

(TRANSPONDERS)

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5.8TDM

CHANNEL

MODULES

(MUXPONDERS)

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5.9OPTICAL

AMPLIFICATION

AND

DISPERSION

COMPENSATION
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5.10MAXIMUM

DISTANCES

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5.11EN
HANCED

MONITORING

AND

MEASUREMENT

CAPABILITIES
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5.12PROTECTION

MECHANISMS

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5.13

OPTICAL

SUPERVISORY

CHANNEL

AND

EMBEDDED

COMMUNICATION

CHANNEL

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5.14CERTIFICATIONS

AND

INTEROPERABILITY
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5.15NETWORK

MANAGEMENT

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5.16ACCESS
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5.17OPERATION

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MAINTENANCE

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5.18FAULT

AND

PERFORMANCE

MANAGEMENT

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5.19CONFIGURATION

RECOVERY

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6 REQUIREMET SPECIFI
CATION FOR DATANETWO
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6.1

COMPANY

OVERVIEW

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6.2

GENERAL

INFORMATION,

ROADMAP

AND

REFERENCES
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6.3

NETWORK

ARCHITECTURE

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TECHNICAL

SPECIFICATION

OF

DATA

NETWORK

ELEMENTS

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6.4

CORE

ROUTER

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6.5

DISTRIBUTION

ROUTER

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6.6EDGE

ROUTERS

GENERAL

FEATURES
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6.7EDGE

ROUTER

(TYPE

1)

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6.8EDGE

ROUTER

(TYPE

2)

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6.9

BANDWIDTH

MANAGER

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BANDWIDTH

MANAGER

GENERAL

FEATURES
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BANDWIDTH

MANAGER
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7 REQUIREM
ENT SPECIFICATION OF

DATA CENTERS (DC & D
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7.1

I
NTRODUCTION
&

S
COPE
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7.2

SPECIFICATION

OF

DATA

CENTER

ACTIVE

DEVICES

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TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT

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CLASSIFICATION, SCHE
DULING, SHAPING
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7.3

SPECIFICATION

OF

DATA

CENTER

INFRASTRUCTURE

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7.4

PRECISION

AIR

CONDITIONING

SYSTEM

(PAC)

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7.5

COMFORT

AIR

CONDITIONING

SYSTEM

(CRAC)

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7.6

DE
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HUMIDIFIER

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7.7NETWORK

DISTRIBUTION

RACKS
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7.8

ACCESS

CONTROL

SYSTEM
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7.
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IP

SURVEILLANCE

SYSTEM

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7.10AUTOMATIC

GAS

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FIRE

SUPPRESSION

SYSTEM

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7.11

RAISED

FLOOR

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7.12

DOORS
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7.13CABLE

TRAY

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7.14WATER

DETECTION

SYSTEM

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7.15

CIVIL

WORK

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7.17ELECTRIC
AL

SYSTEM
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A.

E
LECTRICAL
W
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B.


EARTHING

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LIGHTING

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8 DATA CENTER SERVER

SYSTEMS & APPLICATIO
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8.1

FOR

DATA

CENTER
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8.2

FOR

DR

CENTER

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8.12

SPECIFICATION

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E
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MAIL

SOULUTION

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8.13

SPECIFICATION

OF

ERP

SOLUTION

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9 REQUIREMENT SPECIF
ICATIONS VIDEO CONFE
RENCING SYSTEMS:
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9.1

INTRODUCTION

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9.2

SATISFACTORY

PERFORMANCE

RECORDS
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9.3

SCOPE

OF

WORKS
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9.4

T
ECHNICAL
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PECIFICATION OF
VC

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9.5

SPECIFICATIONS

FOR

OTHER

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9.6

SPECIFICATION

FOR

ENVIRONMENTAL

MODIFICATIONFOR

VC

SITES

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LIST

OF

VIDEO

CONFERENCING

CENTERS
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10UNIFIED COMMUNICAT
ION SYSTEMS

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10.1

IP

PBX

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10.2

UNIFIED

MESSAGING

SYSTEM
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10.3

CONFERENCING

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COLLABORATION

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10.4

IP

PHONE

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11SERVICES

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11.1

PROJECT

MANAGEMENT

SERVICES

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11.2

CUSTOMER

PROOF

OF

CONCEPT
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11.3

STORAGE

&

LOCAL

TRANSPORTAION

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11.4

TECHNICAL

SUPPORT

SERVICES

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11.5

TRAINING

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ANNEX 1, AVAILABLE AND PLANNED DARK FIBER NETWOTK
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ANNEX 2, PLANNED DWDM BASED TRANSMISSION NETWORK

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ANNEX 3, PLANNED BACKBONE NETWOTK
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ANNEX 4, PLANNED LOGICAL REPRESENTATION OF DATA NETWORK
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ANNEX 5, PLANNED DATA CENTER AND DR CENTER DIAGRAM
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ANNEX 6, PLANNED LAYOUT OF DATA CENTER
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ANNEX 8, SCHEDULE OF
REQUIREMENTS

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ANNEX 9, LIST OF PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES

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ANNEX 10, LIST OF INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITIES

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ANNEX 11, LIST OF
PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES

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ANNEX 11,

FIBER TEST REPORT OF

SAMPLED SEGMENTS OF
BACKBONE FIBER NETWO
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1
I
ntroduction


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The University Grants Commission (UGC) of Bangladesh, under the auspices of
Ministry of Education, Government of Bangladesh, is currently implementing a
p
roject
t
itled “Higher Education Quality Enhancement Project (HEQEP)”. The project
aims at improving
the quality and relevance of the teaching and research
environment in higher education institutions through encouraging both innovation
and accountability within universities and by enhancing the technical and
institutional capacity of the higher education

sector.



The major components of the project are a)
p
romoting academic innovation through
allocation of Academic Innovation Fund to research projects
,

b) building
i
nstitutional
c
apacity of both UGC and Universities
,

c)
r
aising the connectivity Capacity of Higher
Education Sector.



The main activity under the component of “Raising the Connectivity Capacity” is to
establish
BdREN

(Bangladesh Education and Research Network), a high
performance information and communications

network providing connectivity
among higher education and research institutions in both public and private sectors.
The network, with state
-
of
-
the
-
art network infrastructure and access to broadband
internet connections at a reasonable price, will support
geographically dispersed
students, academics, scientists and researchers with reliable access to high
-
end
computing, simulation tools and datasets. BdREN will also be connected with other
regional and trans
-
continental Research and Education Networks (RENs
) like TEIN 3.
Thus it will link faculty and students of Bangladesh to the global academic
community and learning resources. It will facilitate international collaborative
research and will catalyze innovation in the country.



Under the HEQEP, BdREN will
establish its key infrastructure including the Network
Operating Center (NOC) and Points of Presences (POPs). It will also support the
establishment of Basic Campus Networks (BCN) in number of universities that
currently have no such local area networks.



The project will set up the NOC at UGC building Dhaka, and POPs in different
locations in the country. The NOC will be equipped with essential equipment and
technical staff for the operation and management of BdREN activities. BdREN will
take on lease the

backbone physical infrastructure, like fiber appropriate providers
and will develop a core network of multiple of gigabits per second capacity. Initially
about one hundred institutions will be connected to this network.


2 PRINCIPLE AND SCOPE


2.1 SCOPE

OF THE TENDER


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Offers are invited from eligible suppliers and system integrators for
s
urvey,
d
esign,

s
upply,
i
nstallation,
t
esting and
c
ommissioning of the following
systems on
t
urnkey basis:

I.

Transmission Network System

II.

Data Network System

III.

Data
Center, Applications and Network Operations Center

IV.

Video Conferencing System

V.

Unified Communications Systems



The work shall be on
t
urn
-
k
ey basis. HEQEP/UGC authority shall provide the
supplier with
s
pace,
p
ower and required fibers for sites connectivity. However
suppliers / contractors shall arrange all required fibers, connectors, cables
inside the sites and premises.



Bidders shall have to offer for all the above
systems. No partial offer shall be
accepted.



Requirement and Specifications on each of the above systems are described in
the following sections of this document.



2.2 B
d
REN PHYLOSOPY AND OBJECTIVE




The philosophy of BdREN is to build a scalable network, which can expand both
in
the reach (spread in the country) and
s
peed.


Setting up a common open network backbone, wherein different categories of users

and
applications shall be supported



High Capacity, Highly Scalable Backbone



Provide QoS and Security



Wide Geographical
Coverage



Common Standard Platform



Highly Reliable
and

Available by Design



Test beds ( for various implementation)



Dedicated and Owned


Available Resources and resources to build:

The countrywide network shall be built over mainly the dark fiber (Optical Ground Wire,
OPGW) network of Power Grid Company of Bangladesh (PGCB). For building the
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countrywide network of BdREN, University Grants Commission of Bangladesh (UGC) and
PGCB has
signed an IRU (Indefeasible Right of Use) Contract whereby, UGC will enjoy the
right to use one pair of dark fiber upto each Substation / Endpoints of PGCB over the entire
country for 20 years. The last mile connectivity / local loop from the PGCB endpoint
s
(Substations) to the Universities and/or PoP (Point of Presences) shall be over leased fiber
from the fiber providers / Nationwide Telecommunications Transmission Network Service
Providers (NTTN). HEQEP shall arrange leasing of this local loop fiber thro
ugh separate
procurement process.


Please see the following annexes showing different resources and plans of the network:

Annex 1: Available and planned dark fiber network.

Annex 2: Planned DWDM based Transmission Network.

Annex 3: Planned Backbone Ne
twork.

Annex 4: Planned Logical representation of data network.

Annex 5: Planned Data Center and DR center Diagram.

Annex 6: Planned Layout of data center

Annex 7: Sample diagram of VC Center

Annex 8: Schedule of requirements.

Annex 9: List of Public Uni
versities.

Annex 10: List of International Universities.

Annex 11: List of Private Universities.

Annex 12: Fiber test Report of sampled segments of backbone fiber network




2.3 GENERAL PRINCIPLE




The principle that the authority intends to follow for
entire implementation
(starting from design, construction and implementation) of the project is that
the entire system should ensure State
-
of

the
-
Art technology, Five Nine
s

availability, No Single Point of Failure, Future Proof and Ready for new
applicatio
ns and technologies.



2.4 TURNKEY IMPLEMENTAION


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The supplier shall have to implement the works on
turnkey

basis. Any supply,
service and works that is required for standard implementation of the works /
connectivity outlined above shall have to be performed by the supplier with no
additional cost to UGC/HEQEP. This includes petty civil repair works e.g.
parti
tioning by glass enclosure etc., if required.



2.5 IMPLEMENTAION SCHEDULE




The supplier shall be allowed 15 months

time to finish entire work for both the
work. The bidder shall submit a detailed project implementation schedule to
identifying all the t
asks, mentioning time required for each task, dependence
of each task with other tasks and resources required for each task.



2.6 OFFERING PRICNCIPLE




This document contains detail description of the requirements and specification
for all the systems in
different Sections. The bidders are requested to follow
the specifications and guideline outlined in this specification. However
i
f for
any system there is any requirement of additional items that is required to
smooth functioning

/ performance of the intended objectives, which has been
skipped in the estimated Bill of Materials (BoM) or description, the bidders
shall quote that item as a mandatory item. If for any reason whatsoever, the
bidder fails to quote for such system / elem
ent, component that is found later
(any time before or during accepting the system) to be required for the
smooth functioning / performance of the intended objective, the bidder shall
have to supply the item free of charge.


3 GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS


3.1
C
OMPLIANCE STATEMENT




The supplier’s response shall be provided in a document, which shall contain
response of each of the clauses / statements of the bid. The answers shall be
clearly identified and shall be written after the corresponding questions.


The
supplier shall identify every answer in accordance with the levels of compliance
provided in


Table
1
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Nomenclature


Meaning


Understood

Supplier will respond with “Understood” to paragraphs, which are
provided for information purposes and meaning that Supplier
understands and accepts the
information so marked. This response
is used only in respect of clauses that are clearly providing
information to the Supplier and which cannot reasonably be
considered to constitute a requirement.


Compliant

The functionality is supported by the
system release, which is
available at the moment of answering this proposal.




Partially Compliant

The functionality is partially supported by the system release, which
is available at the moment of answering this proposal.


The supplier shall clearly
describe the level of compliance and if the
system shall be fully compliant in a future release.


Alternative solutions may also be offered.



Will Comply

The supplier solution is not compliant at the current time, but will
be fully compliant at a later
date as indicated by the Supplier.

Provide date and release of future compliance.




Non
-
Compliant

The functionality is not supported by the system release, which is
available at the moment of answering this proposal.

The supplier shall state if the
functionality will be supported in a
future release.

Alternative solutions may also be offered.



Table
1
: Response compliance categories



Additional information shall be provided afterwards and in annexed
documents.



All
information included in this document shall be handled confidentially.


3.2 BREAKUP OF PRICES


The bidder shall submit quotation with detail break breakups. It will have three levels
of breakups. Prices shall be quoted at the system level, module levels and card
levels. The quotation should contain price of each replaceable / orderable items of all
the systems offered in this bid.


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4 SPECIFICATION OF PASSIVE NETWORK AND ACCESSORIES


4.1 CABLING SYSTEM




A.
The cabling system that will be installed shall follow Structured Cabling
System (SCS) as per the specifications defined in ANSI/ TIA/EIA
-
568
-
B
s
tandards.




B.
The OFC network shall have the following technical specifications:


a.

The technical specifications of different cables and accessories are described
below: The OFC will be used for connection between the Switches, Servers
and Routers. This

cabl
ing system must conform to the specifications
defined in ANSI/ TIA/EIA
-
568
-
B.,

ANSI/ TIA/EIA
-
569
-
A., ANSI/ TIA/EIA
-
607
and ANSI/ TIA/EIA
-
606
-
A standards
specifications.


b.

All Fiber Cables shall be terminated through patch panels. Pigtails shall be
used
for fiber termination at the patch panel and Fiber patch cords shall be
used for connecting switch / severs / routers and other network elements to
the patch panel. Fusion splicing method shall be used for pigtail termination.


c.

Mode: Laser Optimized Mult
imode Fiber (LOMMF) / OM3 for all internal
connectivity.


d.

Single mode for External connectivity (for connectivity between Campus
Gateway
Routers to Internet and TEIN 3 connectivity). However the external
cables shall be
provided by UGC/HEQEP. The suppl
ier shall be required to
patch those cables with
network elements internally.

e.

Wavelength: 850 nm for Internal and 1310/1550 nm for External
Connectivity.

f.

Core/Cladding size (both horizontal and backbone): 50/125 µm;

g.

Maximum attenuation: 3.5 dB/km at wave
length 850 nm;

h.

Fiber Bend radius: 10 times diameter (w/o load), 15 times diameter (w/
load);

i.

Standard: ANSI/ TIA/EIA
-
568
-
B.

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C. Fiber Optic Connector



The Fiber Connectors shall be SC type for
pigtail

and also for patch panels.
Maximum insertion loss shall be 0.75 dB. This must meet all the requirements
and specifications defined in ANSI/TIA/EIA
-
568
-
B.3 standards.


D. Optical Fiber Splices



Optical Fiber Splices shall have the following characteristics:

Maximum
insertion loss 0.3 dB Minimum return loss: 20dB. The other specification must
meet the requirements and specifications defined in ANSI/TIA/EIA
-
568
-
B.3
standards.


E. Fiber Distribution Systems



Fiber distribution system shall include (but limited
to) the following items
meeting the requirements and specifications defined in ANSI/TIA/EIA 568
-
B
Standards.
Fiber Runner for routing the fiber properly.



Fiber manager / adapter panel



Accessories Kit.


F. FIBER PATCH PANEL
/ OPTICAL DISTRIBUTI
ON / TERMINATION

FRAME (ODF)


I.

The optical distribution / termination frame shall be rack (19 inch.
s
tandard rack)
mounted type and will be installed in suitable position in the equipment room.

II.

Optical I Links in
the optical distribution / termination frame shall be high grade
FC/PC type.

III.

There shall be easy access for splicing and provision for maintenance facility.

IV.

There shall be provision for cable entry either from above or from the left hand side,
allowing the

station cable to enter the bay either from above or below.

V.

The capacity of the optical distribution/termination frame shall be minimum of 24
single fibers. The offered optical distribution/termination frame must have adequate
space and fixing place for I
link (adapter) and will be equipped with necessary Pigtail
and I Link for 24 fibers at the beginning. The surplus fibers shall be curled up in
splice tray for easy access. The tray shall hold sufficient fiber length to enable not
only fusion splicing but a
lso reopening and re
-
splicing of any fiber if needed in
futures.

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VI.

There shall be provision for inspection or cleaning the internal fiber connectors.


G. FIBER PIGTAIL & P
ATCH CORD


I.

(Five) meter fiber patch cords shall be used for fiber connectivity between
patch
panel and switches / routers etc. at the server room.

II.

meter pigtails should be considered for fiber termination.

III.

The other specification must meet the requirements and specifications defined in
ANSI/TIA/EIA
-
568
-
B.3 standards.


H.
UTP (
UNSHIELDED
TWISTED PAIR) CABLE
NETWORK




The Data cables for connecting network elements shall be CAT 6 4 pair UTP
LSZH Cables where applicable.

I. Standards




The cables must conform to the specifications described in ANSI/ TIA/EIA
-
568
-
B.1 and B.2 standards.

J. Cable

(UTP)




The cable shall have following technical specifications:


a.

Conductor:
24 AWG solid bare copper.

b.

Insulation:
CMP: FEP, CMR: Polyolefin.

c.

Cabling:
Four unshielded twisted pairs cabled around a star filler member.

d.

Jacket : Flame redundant PVC

e.

Impedance:

100 Ω.

f.

Operating temperature range:
-
20°C to +80°C

g.

Bulk cable weight: 4.31 Kg/100 m.

h.

Maximum recommended pulling tension (during installation): 100 N

i.

Minimum bend radius (during installation): 2.54 cm




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K. Patch Panels for UTP Cables


a.

The Patch Panels shall be Modular; 19˝ Rack mounted, Cat 6, shielded and
shall

have 48 ports. The panel must fulfill the specifications of
ANSI/TIA/EIA
-
568
-
B.2

standards. The port shall be of
Registered Jack
(RJ) ports accommodating RJ

connectors speci
fically RJ45 or 8P8C
connectors.

b.

The permanent connections shall be 110 IDC contacts.

For The 110
termination

T568A and T568B wiring standard shall be followed. The panel
shall be designed for 24 AWG solid conductors.


L. UTP Patch Cords


a.

The Patch cords

shall be factory crimped, Cat 6 and shall conform to the
specifications defined in ANSI/ TIA/ EIA
-
568
-
B.2 standards. The length of
each patch cord shall be of 3 meter.

b.

Cat 6 Patch cords shall compose of 4 pairs 24 AWG stranded conductors with
flame redun
dant PVC jackets. Conductors are wired to gold plated RJ45 plugs
in accordance with the TIA/EIA 568B standard. They consist of a foil shield
with drain wire to protect signals from external noise.

c.

Patch Cords must ensure adequate 'flex life’ and long term
channel integrity,
quality construction to maintain the quality of signal transmission at the
cross
-
connect, which is critical to the performance of the entire cabling
system.


M. Cable Organizer


a.

The Cable Organizers shall be used for guiding the cables
in the Patch panels.
The Organizers shall grip cables/cords and protect against damage at the
same time, should be flexible design conforms to fit many different cable
bundle sizes, to be installed/removed easily and shall keep its spiral shape no
matter h
ow many times you wrap and unwrap it.


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b.

The Cable Organizers, along with them, shall have at least the following
accessories:




Spiral Wraps to organize multiple wires into one bundle and to protect
wires from abrasion and allow breakouts of single or
multiple wires for re
-
routing or replacement;



Tags to label the cables. The labels shall be written on adhesive back
label;



Cable ties etc.


N. Face Plates




The faceplates shall be shuttered, Modular, Cat 6 and 2 ports. Each port will
have a Module to acc
ommodate RJ45 plug to be inserted. The Faceplate shall
meet all the requirements and specifications defined in ANSI/TIA/EIA
-
568
-
B.2
standards.


O. UTP Cable Connectors




The connectors shall be RJ45 or 8P8C type. The connectors shall meet all the
requirem
ents and specifications defined in ANSI/TIA/EIA
-
568
-
B.2 standards.


P. RACKS


a.

Floor Mounted Racks


Brand : To be mentioned

Model : To Mentioned

Country of Origin : To be mentioned

Country of Assembly: to Be mentioned

Width
-
600mm, Height
-

42U, Depth
-

1000 and 19'' Standard

Front door: Vented Door

Back Door: Vented panel

Side Panel: Removable, Solid with Lock

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Cooling Fan: 4 pcs

PDU: 4 Nos

Minimum 16 Power outlet

Maximum Power consumption: 8KW per Rack

Sliding Tray: 1 Nos

Heavy
-
duty Castor: 4 pcs

Color: Black/Graphite

Console: 1U LCD Monitor Console, 16 Port KVM Switch with require cable and
accessories

Power distribution channels shall allow tool less mount on zero U space to
avoid cable conjunction inside the Rack


b.
Wall Mounted Racks



The w
all mounted racks shall be 6 U size and shall meet all the requirements
and specifications defined in EIA
-
310
-
D standards to accommodate the
network components such Switches, Patch panels, Cable organizers etc.



The
r
acks shall be protected (by locks and
keys). It should contain power
distribution facility.


Q. LABELING SYSTEM




The labeling system includes marking all the networks components such as
telecom rooms, faceplates, connectors, patch panels, spaces etc. The labels
must be auto
-
adhesive to the
components and shall not be loose and lost
easily. This system shall meet all the requirements and specifications defined
in TIA/EIA
-
606
-
A standards.





R. ZERO DATA LOSS CERTIFICATION




Structure Cabling Solutions for the Campus should be of world reputed brands.
The supplier shall have to provide at least 20 years Zero Data Loss
Certification. The supplier should be Certification partner of the Manufacturer.

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4.2

SPECIFICATION FOR POWER
, ACCESSOR
IES AND SITE PREPARATION


A. POWER AND POWER B
ACKUP


a.

Commercial Power will be supplied by UGC/HEQEP. Supplier shall have to
draw power from existing distribution point with appropriate circuit breakers.
Industry standard wiring shall have to be

maintained.


b.

Power Supply (UPS) shall be supplied by the bidders as per the following
requirements:


General Requirement:


Input Voltage


:

220 v ± 20% AC

Output Voltage


:

220 v ± 1% AC

Input Phase


:

Single Phase

Output Phase


:

Single Phase

Freque
ncy



:

50 Hz.

Wave Form



:

True Sine Wave.

Transfer Time


:

Zero

Protection

:

Lightning, Transient, Over Voltage, Under
Voltage, Over Load, Short Circuit, Battery Over
Charge.

Capacity Load

:

Shall have to maintain 80% backup time at full
load when fully charged).


Specific Requirement:


For Type 1:


Rating/Capacity


:

5 KVA

Backup time at full load

:

120 minute



For type 2


For Other Campus / PoPs

:

2 KVA

Backup time at full load

:

360
minute

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B. AIR CONDITIONING
SYSTEM




T
he offered Air Conditioners shall have the following specifications:


Model

To be specified

Cooling Capacity

Minimum 3.5 kW / Minimum 12000 BTU/h

Total Cooling Input

Minimum 2.0 kW / minimum 10.0 A

EER
-
Energy Class ;

Rated Cooling Capacity (BTU/Hr)/ Power input (Watts)
:To be mentioned by bidder

COP
-
Energy Class :Rated
Cooling Capacity :

(Watts)/ Power input (Watts) To be mentioned by bidder

Energy Star Rating

No. of BEE Stars to be mentioned by

bidder



Indoor

Unit


Fan Speed

For high fan speed minimum 800 r.p.m or higher, for
medium fan speed minimum 750 r.p.m or higher, for
low fan speed minimum 700 r.p.m or higher.

Air Circulation

For high air circulation, minimum 900 m3/h or higher,
for

medium air circulation, minimum 850 m3/h or
higher, for low air circulation, minimum 800 m3/h or
higher

Noise(Sound
Per Level)

For high noise, maximum 40 db or Lower, for medium
noise, maximum 35 db or lower, for low noise,
maximum 30 db or lower

Fan

Motor
Output

Fan motor output is minimum 65 W or higher


Outdoor

Unit

Fan Speed

Fan speed minimum 700 r.p.m or higher

Air Circulation

Air circulation is minimum 2000 m3/h

Noise(Sound
Per Level)

Maximum 50 db or lower

Fan Motor
Output

Fan motor
output will support 55W or higher

Motor Output

motor output is minimum 1.0kW or higher

Power Supply

AC 220
-
240V, 50 Hz

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All the sites shall have air conditioning system with N+1 redundancy
configuration each unit of which will have the above
specification. N number of
Air Conditioning unit shall be active at one point of time. The redundant unit
shall be active when any one of the N active units are non
-
functional. All the
units shall act as active and redundant unit cyclically which shall be
controlled
/ maintained by the Air Conditioner Control Panel (ACP) as specified below.



C. AIR CONDITINER CO
NTROL PANEL (ACP)




The automatic control panel will automatically control one or multiple ACs so that no
AC runs continuously. It will have the fol
lowing functionality:


a.

If one AC fails to start the other one will start automatically.

b.

If the room temperature goes beyond a predefined (field settable)
temperature both the ACs will start.

c.

If the room temperature goes below some predefined level (field s
ettable)
both the AC will shut down.

d.

If the line voltage becomes more than some pre
-
defined level or go below any
pre
-
defined level both the Air
-
cooler will shut
-
down.

e.

If any kind of smoke or fire is detected, both the air
-
cooler will shut
-
down.

f.

Other req
uirements:



It should have LCD monitoring facility.



Operation voltage range: 170
-
280 volt.



Output load : 30 amp on each output port.



Wall mounting facility.



System fail alarm



Air
-
cooler error alarm



Smoke detection alarm.



High temperature alarm.




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D.
RENOVATION


a.

The sites may require following types of renovation work for preparing the sites for
installation. The suppliers shall be responsible to prepare the sites according to the
following requirements.



Partitioning with 10 mm glass including locki
ng facility: 100 sft.



Making the room sealed for air conditioning system and secured.



Floor tiles : 100 sft



Wall tiles: 300 sft.



Supplying and fixing cable trays or ladder: 100 rft



Brick works including plastering and painting for closing existing doors

or windows: 100 sft



Replacing existing doors



Painting and distempering interior or exterior walls :200 sft




The figures mentioned above are arbitrary. The supplier shall have to quote
based on the above figures with unit prices. Supplier shall be paid a
s per the
actual values in the field based on the unit price quoted.



4.3 EARTHING / GROUNDING




The contractor shall have to build amulti
-
point reference ground system
grounding system with less than 2 ohm resistance. It should be separate from
the
existing grounding system of the buildings and ensure standard
earthingquality to make the equipment safe from any unusual electric
condition and behavior.





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5 REQUIREMET SPECIFICATION FOR TRANSMISSION NETWORKSYSTEM


5.1 COMPANY OVERVIEW


a.

The supplier
shall provide a general overview of the company including the following
information:

i.

Foundation date.

ii.

Description of core activities.

iii.

Current financial status and revenues.

iv.

Company locations and manufacturing facilities.

b.

The equipment manufacturer shall be

in the market and active in CWDM/DWDM
space for more than 10 years.

c.

Annual reports of the equipment manufacturer of the last 3 years shall be provided.

d.

The accumulated revenue of the equipment manufacturer over the last 3 years shall
exceed 600 Million Eu
ros or 800 Million US Dollars.

5.2 GENERAL INFORMATION, ROADMAP AND REFERENCES


a.

The system shall be robust, reliable and shall have an easy maintenance.


b.

The system shall be certified as a Class 1M laser product with hazard level 1M
according to the IEC 60
825
-
1 and IEC 60825
-
2.

c.

The system
should be

widely deployed and successfully in
-
service. The supplier shall
provide references of existing projects, which are currently deployed and carrying
live traffic for:


i.

Metro Access network deployments.

ii.

M
etro Core network deployments.

iii.

Regional network deployments.

iv.

Long haul network deployments.

v.

SAN and DRC connectivity network deployments.

d.

The supplier shall provide the roadmap for future releases.

e.

The supplier shall provide a general description of the
system presented in this
proposal. This information can be provided in a separate document.

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f.

The system shall be widely deployed and successfully in
-
service in Data Center
Connectivity Environment as well as in the Network Infrastructure outside the
country

of origin of the product.

g.

The supplier shall provide references of existing projects, where the system
is
currently

deployed and carrying live traffic in SAN or Data Center Connectivity
environment. The references shall consist of at least 5
well
-
known financial or bank
organizations globally outside the country of origin of the product.


h.

The supplier shall provide references of telecom service providers and enterprise
networks where equipment of the equipment manufacturer is
deploy
ed and

carrying
live traffic in long distance transmission network .The reference list shall consist of at
least 20

major references for each market categories, country of origin of the offered
product is excluded.

i.

The vendor shall state country o
f origin of the proposed equipment.


5.3 SYSTEM CAPABILITIES


A. WAVELENGTH DIVISI
ON MULTIPLEXING TECH
NIQUES


a.

The supplier shall state how many DWDM wavelengths are supported.
Requirement is 40
-
wavelength systems. However system with 80 Wave
lengths shall be preferred.

b.

The DWDM wavelength grid shall be compliant with the wavelength grid
defined in the ITU
-
T recom
mendation G.694.1. The supplier shall state the
wavelength grid. 50GHz spacing is preferred
.

c.

The CWDM wavelength grid shall be compliant with the wavelength grid
defined in the ITU
-
T recommendation G.694.2. The supplier shall state the
wavelength grid.

d.

The system
may support

hybrid CWDM
-
DWDM multiplexing schemes.


B.
SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE

a.

The system shall support a modular and flexible architecture, in order to allow
scaling the equipment in accordance to the network requirements.

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b.

It shall be possible to equip the system progressively, in accordance to the
number of wavelengths transmitted, in order to allow real “pay as you grow”
configurations.

c.

The system shall be in
-
service upgradeable from one wavelength up to its
maximum wavel
ength capacity.

d.

The system shall support Optical Terminal Multiplexers (OTM), Optical Add
and Drop Multiplexers (OADM) and Reconfigurable Optical Add and Drop
Multiplexers (ROADM). OTM and OADM shall share common modules, in order
to minimize the number of

spares.


C. Optical Add/Drop Multiplexers (OADM) in CWDM solutions:

a.

The supplier shall describe the OADM system architecture for CWDM
solutions.

b.

It shall be possible to add/drop any wavelength transmitted.

c.

The supplier shall state the minimum and maximum

number of wavelengths
that can be added/dropped in an OADM node.

d.

It shall be possible to let wavelengths passing
-
through without need of o/e/o
regeneration.


D. Optical Add/Drop Multiplexers (OADM) in DWDM solutions:


a.

The supplier shall describe the OADM
system architecture for DWDM
solutions.

b.

It shall be possible to add/drop any wavelength transmitted.

c.

The supplier shall state the minimum and maximum number of wavelengths
that can be added/dropped in an OADM node.

d.

It shall be possible to let wavelengths p
assing
-
through without the need of
o/e/o regeneration.




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E. Reconfigurable and Fixed Optical Add/Drop Multiplexers (ROADM) in
DWDM solutions:


a.

The supplier shall describe the ROADM/FOADM system architecture for DWDM
solutions.

b.

The vendor shall describe the different ROADM/FOADM module types, technologies
(WSS preferred) and functionalities such as

wavelength add/drop and pass
-
through capability ,

automatic power leveling for channel add or removal,

power monitoring capabilitie
s per wavelengths,

form factor

c.

The supplier shall state whether the platform supports directionless switching

for up to degree 8 and 100GHz spacing

for up to degree 8 and 50GHz spacing


d.

The supplier shall state whether the platform supports colorless add
drop and if so
for how many channels, minimum requirement is 8


for up to 8 wavelengths and 100GHz spacing

for up to 8 wavelengths and 50GHz spacing

e.

The supplier shall state whether the platform supports colorless add drop and if so
for how many channels,
minimum requirement is 8


f.

The system shall support a non
-
service affecting upgrade to 80
-
wavelengths degree
-
2 ROADM with any wavelength add/drop and pass
-
through capability


g.

The system shall support a 40/80 wavelengths multi
-
degree ROADM which supports
deg
ree 8 and with any wavelength add/drop and pass
-
through capability.


h.

The ROADM shall support optical wavelength equalizer functionality


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i.

The ROADM shall support switching and power monitoring leveling per wavelength


j.

The ROADM shall support channel setup a
nd recovery vie the control plane


k.

It is preferred that the ROADM module does not contain any amplifier modules and
any additional add/drop filters in order to increase the network flexibility and to
minimize card failures and spares


l.

The ROADM shall suppo
rt enhanced fault isolation capabilities due to per lambda
power monitoring via integrated Optical power monitoring


m.

The ROADM shall support Pay
-
as
-
you grow add/drop filter variants which is nothing
but a modular approach


5.5NETWORK TOPOLOGIES


a.

The system

shall support dual fiber CWDM and DWDM point
-
to
-
point network
topologies.

b.

The system shall support dual fiber CWDM and DWDM linear add/drop
network topologies.

c.

The system shall support dual fiber CWDM and DWDM ring network topologies
with hub and/or meshe
d traffic.

d.

The system supporting single fiber DWDM point
-
to
-
point network topologies
is preferable.

e.

The system shall support dual fiber DWDM meshed network topologies.


5.6SERVICES SUPPORTED


A.

The system shall support the following services:



SDH:

o

STM
-
1

o

S
TM
-
4

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o

STM
-
16 hb

o

STM
-
64

o

STM
-
256



G.709/OTN:

o

OTU
-
1

o

OTU
-
2



Storage:

o

FICON 1G

o

FICON 2G

o

FICON 4G

o

Fiber Channel 1G

o

Fiber Channel 2G

o

Fiber Channel 4G

o

Fiber Channel 8G



LAN:

o

Fast Ethernet

o

Gigabit Ethernet
(1000
-
Base
-
Sx,
-
Lx and 1000Base
-
T)

o

10 Gigabit Ethernet
(LAN
-
Phy
-
10GBase
-
LR and WAN
-
Phy
-
10GBase
-
LW)

o

40 Gigabit Ethernet

o

100 Gigabit Ethernet


B.

The supplier shall specify any other service supported by the system.

C.

The system shall support 40G services. Please specify the 40G services
supported.

D.

The system shall support 850nm and 1310nm client interfaces. The supplier shall
specify if 850nm and 1310nm local interfaces are provided by means of different
transponders or by means of pluggable interfaces (SFP). User pluggable interfaces
are

preferred.


E.

The bit error rate for all these applications shall be 10
-
12
or better.

F.

The system shall support any mixture of these services, up to its maximum capacity,
without any restriction or capacity penalties.

G.

Any mixture of services and data rates

shall be allowed on the same system shelf.

H.

The system shall be transparent to the protocols of the services transmitted through
it and shall not violate the data integrity.

5.7CHANNEL MODULES (TRANSPONDERS)


A.

The channel modules shall support loop
functionalities in both, client and line
interfaces.

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B.

The system shall support universal channel modules, in order to minimize the
number of spares. The universal channel modules shall be capable of
transmitting more than one type of service and shall suppo
rt several types of
client interfaces (850nm /1310nm / SM / MM) and line interfaces (several
wavelengths).

C.

The system shall support universal channel modules with user pluggable
client interfaces.

D.

The system shall support universal channel modules with tun
able line
interfaces for all 10G and 40G and 100 G DWDM wavelengths.

E.

The system shall support universal channel modules with user pluggable line
interfaces for all CWDM and DWDM wavelengths.

F.

The system shall support a universal channel module capable of tr
ansmitting
services from 100Mb/s up to 2.5Gb/s.



The system shall support standard G.709 FEC, enhanced FEC
and also FEC off mode for latency optimized transmission of
2,5G / OTU
-
1 line interfaces.

G.

The system shall support a single 10G transponder for STM
-
64
, OC
-
192,
10GbE WAN, 10GbE LAN, 10G
-
FC and OTU
-
2 services.



The 10G channel module shall support tunable line interfaces
and XFP based pluggable client interfaces.



The same 10G channel module shall be used for transmission
and for 3R regeneration.



The same
10G channel module shall support standard G.709
FEC, enhanced FEC and also FEC off mode for latency optimized
transmission.



The same 10G channel module shall support inband
management channels according to G.709.



The same 10G channel module shall support G
.709 compliant
TCM



H. The system shall support a single 2G7 transponder for STM
-
1, STM
-
4, STM
-
16, OC
-
3, OC
-
12, OC
-
48, GbE and OTU
-
1 services.



I. The system may support a single 10G transponder for transparent transport
of 10GbE LAN PHY, 10G
-
FC, 8G
-
FC, 4G
-
FC.



J. For each channel module listed above the supplier shall provide the following
information:

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Bit rate(s) supported.



Regeneration mode (2R / 3R).



Client and line ports specifications (SFPs and tunable interfaces
preferred).



Line site framing and
monitoring



Power consumption



Latency



Size (Number of slots).



MTBF



L. It shall be possible to equip any mixture of the channel modules available
up to the maximum system capacity. Besides the maximum system capacity,
there will be no additional restriction

regarding the maximum number of
channel modules that can be equipped in the system.



M. All channel modules shall support Automatic Laser Shutdown (ALS) for laser
safety requirements.



N. Due to the high sensitivity of SAN protocols to latency:

a.

The system s
hall support transparent single wavelengths transponders
units for:



Fibre Wavelength services (FC
-
1G, FC
-
2G, FC
-
4G, FC
-
8G and
FC
-
10G)



FICON services (1G and 2G)

b.

The system shall not add any overhead to these services (e.g. no GFP
mapping).


c.

It shall be pos
sible to disable the Digital Performance Monitoring and
FEC for latency optimized transmission of 2,5G / OTU
-
1 and 10G /
OUT
-
2 line interfaces or otherwise it should be ensured that the
performance monitoring does not contribute to latency.

d.

It shall be pos
sible to disable the FEC in all transponders use for
transport of Fiber Channel, FICON and Infiniband services.

e.

The system shall support dispersion compensating modules based on
Chirped Fiber Gratings technology (CFG), which allows compensating
dispersion
without adding significant latencies to the link.

f.

The proposed channel modules for Fiber Channel 1G/2G/4G/8G shall
not exceed 15 μs (microseconds) of latency per pair of Channel
Modules.


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5.8TDM CHANNEL MODULES (MUXPONDERS)


A.

In order to improve the fiber
capacity efficiency, the system shall support channel
modules capable of multiplexing two or more services into one single wavelength by
means of Time Division Multiplexing (muxponders). Please describe the muxponders
available.

B.

The system shall support
universal muxponders. The universal muxponders shall be
capable of transmitting more than one type of service and shall support several
types of client interfaces (850nm /1310nm / SM / MM) and line interfaces (several
wavelengths).

C.

The system shall support

universal muxponders with user pluggable client interfaces.

D.

The system shall support universal muxponders with tunable line interfaces for all
10G and 40G DWDM wavelengths

E.

The system shall support universal muxponders with user pluggable line interfaces
f
or all CWDM and DWDM wavelengths

F.

The system shall support a 10G muxponder unit capable of multiplexing at
least8xGE, 8xFC
-
1G, 4xFC
-
2G and a mixture of GE, FC
-
1G and FC
-
2G up to the
maximum channel module capacity into a single wavelength.

I.

The same 10G muxp
onder shall support standard G.709 FEC,
enhanced FEC and also FEC off mode for latency optimized
transmission.

II.

The same 10G muxponder shall support inband management channels
according to G.709 for GCC0,1 2

III.

The same 10G muxponder shall support G.709 compli
ant TCM

G.

The system shall support a 10G muxponder capable of multiplexing 4xSTM
-
16 / OC
-
48 / OTU
-
1 into a single wavelength.

I.

The same 10G muxponder shall support standard G.709 FEC,
enhanced FEC and also FEC off mode for latency optimized
transmission.

II.

The
same 10G muxponder shall support inband management channels
according to G.709 for GCC0,1 2

III.

The same 10G muxponder shall support G.709 compliant TCM

H.

The system shall support a muxponder with ADM capabilities for GbE services. The
GbE ADM should be capable
of adding/dropping any GE/STM
-
1/STM4 service to/from
the east and/or west line signal.

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I.

The GbE ADM shall support at least GbE/STM
-
1/STM
-
4 mixed services.

II.

The GbE ADM shall support protection for GbE/STM
-
1/STM
-
4

III.

The ADM GbE channel module shall also suppo
rt GbE broadcast
functionality.

I.

The System shall support a 10G Ethernet ADM channel module capable of Ethernet
compliant aggregation of GbE services on 10GbE LAN.

I.

The 10G Ethernet ADM channel module shall allow L2/VLAN
-
based
Ethernet cross
-
connecting/switc
hing and aggregation for 1G and 10G
Ethernet ports.

II.

The supplier shall describe the module indicating the applications,
network topologies and markets addressed.

J.

The 10G Ethernet ADM channel module shall support the following connections:
port/VLAN based,
Point
-
to
-
Point and Point
-
to
-
Multipoint (drop and continue).

K.

The 10G Ethernet ADM channel module shall also support:

I.

VLAN
-
based encapsulation of flows (Q in Q)

II.

UNI and traffic management compliant to MEF

L.

The system shall support a 40G Muxponder capable of
multiplexing 4x STM64 /
STM192 / 10GbE WAN
-
Phy / 10GbE LAN
-
Phy / OTU2 (any mix).


M.

It is preferable that the system shall support a single muxponder capable of
transparent transport of 1G, 2G, 4G, 8G and 10G FC, GbE and 10GbE

I.

The muxponder shall support bit

transparent multiplexing of the
services mentioned above

II.

The muxponder shall support dynamic latency measurements

III.

The muxponder shall support on board AES 256 encryption with
automatic key exchange

IV.

The muxponder shall support pluggable client interfaces,
a full band
tunable network interface with FEC

N.

Due to the high sensitivity of SAN protocols to latency, it is preferable that the
proposed TDM Channel Modules for Fiber Channel 1G/2G/4G shall not exceed 6 μs
(microseconds) of latency per pair of Channel Mo
dules.


PLUGGABLE INTERFACES

A.

The muxponder shall support pluggable client interfaces, a full band tunable network
interface with FEC

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B.

The system shall support 10G XFP DWDM interfaces.

C.

The system shall support 4G SFP DWDM interfaces.

D.

The system shall support

2G5 SFP DWDM interfaces.



TUNEABLE INTERFACES


A.

The muxponder shall support pluggable client interfaces, a full band tunable network
interface with FEC

B.

The system shall support a 10G transponder unit for STM
-
64/OC
-
192, 10GbE LAN,
10GbE WAN, 10G
-
FC and
OTU
-
2 with full C
-
Band tunable line interface.

C.

The system shall support a 10G muxponder unit for 4xSTM
-
16, 4xOTU
-
1 and 4xOC
-
48 with full C
-
Band tunable line interface.

D.

The system shall support a 10G muxponder unit for at least8xGbE (wirespeed),
8xFC, 4x2G
-
FC and 2x4G
-
FC with full C
-
Band tunable line interface.

E.

The system shall support an integrated 40G transponder unit for STM
-
256, OC
-
768
and OUT
-
3 with full C
-
Band tunable line interface.

F.

The system shall support an integrated 40G muxponder unit for 4xSTM
-
6
4, 4xOC
-
192, 4x10GbE LAN, 4x10GbE WAN and 4xOTU
-
2 with full C
-
Band tunable line
interface.


5.9

OPTICAL AMPLIFICATION AND DISPERSION COMPENSATION


A.

The muxponder shall support pluggable client interfaces, a full band tunable network
interface with FEC.

B.

The
system shall support the use of integrated RAMAN amplifiers in conjunction with
the amplifiers available.

C.

The optical amplifiers shall be integrated in the system. No additional or specific
shelves shall be needed to equip the amplification modules.

D.

The i
n
-
line amplifiers (ILA) shall share common modules with OADM and OTM
network elements.

E.

The optical amplifiers shall support Automatic Laser Shutdown (ALS) to guarantee
that the system operates in accordance to a class 1 laser product.

F.

In order to overcome
dispersion impairments, the system shall support dispersion
compensating techniques.

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G.

The system shall support Dispersion compensating units based on:

I.

Dispersion Compensating Fiber (DCF).

II.

Zero latency Fiber Bragg Grating (FBG).

H.

It shall be possible to equip

the dispersion compensating modules in the standard
shelf.

I.

Please describe the dispersion compensation granularity available.


5.10MAXIMUM DISTANCES


A.

Assuming a standard G.652 fibre with 0,25dB/Km in the 1550nm window and all
spans equally spaced (from N=1 to N=20), please state the maximum span loss (dB)
and span distance (Km) that the DWDM system supports without regenerating or
repeating the signal f
or a point
-
to
-
point link equipped with 40wavelengths @10G.

B.

Assuming a standard G.652 fibre with 0,25dB/Km in the 1550nm window the
supplier shall state the maximum distance achieved by the use of Raman amplifiers
in a point
-
to
-
point link with 16, 32, 40 a
nd 80 wavelengths @ 10G. A minimum of
50dB span loss is mandatory

C.

Assuming a standard G.652 fibre with 0,25dB/Km in the central 8 wavelength CWDM
window, please, state the maximum span loss (dB) and span distance (Km) that the
CWDM system supports without
regenerating or repeating the signal for a point
-
to
-
point link equipped with 8 wavelengths @10G.


5.11ENHANCED MONITORING AND MEASUREMENT

CAPABILITIES


A.

The system shall support integrated detection monitoring capabilities for:



Fiber cut



Fiber degradation



Fiber intrusion.



Latency of a transmission path between 2 client interfaces including system as
well as latency introduced by the transmission medium

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B.

The system shall be capable of measuring the attenuation of the optical line fibers.
The

supplier shall specify the absolute and relative accuracy.

C.

The system shall provide the possibility of configuring protection
-
switching
thresholds based on optical line attenuation measurements.

D.

The system shall provide the possibility of configuring alar
m thresholds for fiber
degradation based on optical line attenuation measurements.

E.

The system shall have the capability to report long
-
term fiber performance charts (at
least per month and per year) based on optical line attenuation measurements.

5.12PROTE
CTION MECHANISMS


A.

The system shall support a wide variety of protection features in order to match the
network availability to the required expenditure.
Please, describe the protection
mechanisms supported by the system.

B.

The system shall support service
protection with full HW redundancy to provide the
highest possible availability with one single client signal for at least the following
services: STM
-
64, STM
-
16, OC
-
192, OC
-
48, OTU
-
1, OTU
-
2, GbE, 10GbE
-
WAN,
10GbE
-
LAN, FC, 2G
-
FC, 4G
-
FC and 10G
-
FC.

C.

The syst
em shall support service/line signal protection with redundant line interface
on a single transponder/muxponder unit for at least the following services: STM
-
1,
STM
-
4, STM
-
16, OC
-
3, OC
-
12, OC
-
48, FE, GbE, FC, 2G
-
FC, 4G
-
FC, FICON, FICON
express and ESCON.

D.

T
he system shall support service protection in ring topologies. A mixture of protected
and unprotected services shall be possible.

E.

The system shall support

protection switching
based on
Loss of Signal and Loss of
Clock.


F.

The system shall support line protec
tion with bi
-
directional switching.

I.

The system shall support line protection switching based on fiber break (LOS)

II.

The system shall support line protection switching based on fiber degradation.

III.

The protection switching shall be only performed in case that t
he protection
path is available and with a power level higher than a user
-
defined value.

IV.

The system shall support low priority traffic on the protection path.

V.

Protection switching shall be performed in a sub
-
50ms time frame.

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5.13
OPTICAL SUPERVISORY CHANNE
L AND EMBEDDED COMMUNICATION CHANNEL

A.

The system shall support an Optical Supervisory Channel (OSC) to deploy a Data
Communication Network. The DCN
is meant to carry distributed management,
signaling or any other communication for operation between Network

Elements in an
optical network.

B.

The OSC shall carry control, configuration and request messages from the Network
Management System to the nodes and deliver alarms, event and response messages
from the nodes back to the NMS. It shall allow remote managemen
t of several nodes
from one single point. The supplier shall describe how the OSC is implemented and
transmitted. Please, indicate the OSC capacity.

I.

It shall be possible to transmit the OSC in a separate and independent
wavelength. Please, indicate the wav
elength.

II.

It shall be possible to transmit the OSC between network elements by means
of LAN connections between the network elements.

C.

The implementation of the OSC is mandatory.

D.

The system shall support a separate and integrated OSC unit.

E.

The OSC module
shall support Small Form Pluggable (SFP) interfaces.

F.

The OSC module shall support SFP for 1510nm.

G.

The system shall support a separate OSC coupler/splitter unit for each transmission
direction.

H.

The failure and replacement of filters and amplifier units cann
ot affect the DCN
communication via OSC.

I.

The failure of an OSC unit must be non
-
traffic affecting.


5.14CERTIFICATIONS AND INTEROPERABILITY

The system shall be vendor
-
certified for the following applications:

Disk Mirroring



HDS (Lightning 9000 and
TagmaStore 100
-
1100)



EMC (SRDF for Symmetrix and CLAiRON) for 1G, 2G and 4G FC speed



IBM (PPRC and XRC with ESS)



HP (Surestore)

Fiber Channel Switches, Directors, FC Routers, FCIP devices



Brocade



2000, 3000, 12000



200E, 4012/16, 4018/20, 4024

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4100, 4900,
5000, 7500, 48000



7600, DCX Backbone



7500, FC4
-
18i



Former McData products (Intrepid, Sphereon)



Former Inrange products (FC
-
9000)

Mainframe environment



IBM (GDPS in System/390 and zSeries environment):



GDPS/PPRC,



GDPS/XRC,



STP

Open Systems Environment



Sun Server Clustering



HP Server Clustering

Supplier shall provide Certification Letter or Public Documentation published in website for
the certified application as stated in
0
.


5.15NETWORK MANAGEMENT


GENERAL
DESCRIPTION

1.

The Element Manager shall enable the remote configuration and monitoring of the
network elements.

2.

The Element Manager shall provide a graphical representation of all system modules
equipped in the network element selected. The appropriate
management functions
for a selected module shall be available from the main menu or from a context
sensitive pop
-
up menu.

3.

The Network Management System shall provide remote management and
configuration capabilities for Services.

4.

The Network Management syst
em shall be capable to manage 1000 or more NEs.

5.

The Network Management shall be realized in a Client
-
Server architecture with the
possibility to have 40 or more simultaneous users connected.

6.

The Network Management shall support thin clients (e.g. WEB clien
ts).

7.

The Network Management System shall provide a graphical representation of the
network and the network elements present on it, including graphical information
about their configuration and current operational state.

8.

The Network Management System and El
ement Manager shall have a user
-
friendly,
logical and easy
-
to
-
use Graphical User Interface (GUI).

9.

The Network Management System and Element Manager shall be compatible with the
following operating platforms: MS Windows, and UNIX. Please, indicate the brand

and supported versions.

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10.

The supplier shall describe the HW system requirements for the Element Manager
and Network Management System.

11.

It shall be possible to use the Element Manager as a stand
-
alone application. It shall
be possible to run and order the E
lement Manager separately from the Network
Management System.

12.

The Element Manager and Network Management System shall communicate with the
network elements via SNMP.