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After many years of testing and demos on “Alien Wavelength” in both NREN and operator community we see the first wave of available Alien Wavelength services in the market. As a continuations of this trend and technical maturity the work package 7 in GN4-3 is working on developing/creating a Spectrum Sharing service. This workshop will invite speakers from operator and NREN communities who deliver Alien Wavelength (AW) and Spectrum Sharing services (SS) to share their experiences with us. Some of the subjects we are going to cover are: • What kind of technical functionalities the host network should have in order to support AW/SS services? • What is the AW requirements? (agreements e.g. wavelength, power level etc ) • Do network providers have any AW/SS SLAs? • How do network providers share monitoring and operational responsibilities between the host network and alien wave clients? (multi-domain management problem) • How do network providers handle security issues? - When an alien wave is sending too high or too low power to the host network or having the wrong wavelength etc. How should AWs be policed? - Is the AW at the receiver side receiving a broad spectrum or only the wavelength it allowed to receive (it is depend on the kind of ROADM architecture the host network is deployed) • Some case study and experiences on deployment and operation of AW/SS. Please note registration for this session is required. Please register here. If you have any difficulties with registering please contact kurosh@uninett.no If you join this meeting remotely, calling details will be shared a few days in advance. Please do register and select remote participation in the registration link.

Agenda

Sunday, June 16

09:30 - 09:40

Introduction

09:40 - 10:05

ESnet6 Optical Layer - From Photons to Policy, Chin Guok, Planning and Architecture Group Lead at ESnet

10:05 - 10:30

Alien waves over a Power Company network, Tim Rayner, Optical Engineer at AARNet

10:30 - 10:55

Spectrum interconnect and control, Magnus Bergroth, Layer 0-3 Architect at SUNET

10:55 - 11:15

coffee break

11:15 - 11:30

report from TIP-CANDI, Guy Roberts, Senior Transport Network Architect at GEANT

11:30 - 12:00

Panel #1: Participants from NREN

12:00 - 12:30

TIP-PSE: Physical simulation applied to real network architectures, Gert Grammel, Solutions and Network Architecture at Juniper Networks and activity leader at TIP-PSE

12:30 - 13:30

lunch

13:30 - 14:00

Operating the Spectrum services in Aqua Comms, Nigel Bayliff (Aqua Comms) and Ian Clarke (Ciena)

14:00 - 14:30

Spectrum Services – Pushing the capacity boundaries, Daniel Cury, Product Manager - Capacity Services at Telxius

14:30 - 15:00

Availability merits for optical spectrum services used in mission critical networks (Baltic Optical Network example)”. Andris Skadins, ITT Sales Director at Latvenergo AS and Kaida Kaeval Research Engineer Advanced Technology at ADVA Optical Networking

15:00 - 15:30

coffee break

15:30 - 16:00

Alien Wavelengths at SURFnet, and evolution to Spectrum Sharing, Rob Smets, Architect Optical Network at SURFnet and Jonathan Homa, Senior Director Portfolio Marketing at ECI Telecom

16:00 - 17:00

Panel #2 Participants from vendor and operator communities

registered [76]
  • Kurosh Bozorgebrahimi - Uninett
  • Kaida Kaeval - ADVA Optical Networking SE
  • Guy Roberts - GÉANT
  • Karim BOUDJEMAA - GIP RENATER
  • Paulo Pamplona - NORDUnet A/S
  • Jani Myyry - CSC/Funet
  • Paolo Bolletta - GARR
  • Giorgio Giorgetti - University of Trieste / LightNet
  • Hans Ulrik Bjarkov - Technical University of Denmark
  • Vidar Faltinsen - Uninett
  • Jani Sirpoma - CSC / Funet
  • Massimo Carboni - GARR
  • Gloria Vuagnin - GARR
  • Tim Rayner - AARNet
  • Magnus Bergroth - SUNET
  • Mian Usman - GÉANT
  • Kumar, Yatish - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  • Nicolas QUINTIN - GIP RENATER
  • Monga, Inder - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  • Per Nihlén - SUNET
  • Chin Guok - ESnet
  • Bram Peeters - GÉANT
  • Emanuel Massano - FCT|FCCN
  • Julio Ibarra - Florida International University
  • Jonathan Homa - ECI
  • Nigel Bayliff - AquaComms
  • Olaf Schjelderup - Uninett AS
  • Jan Ferré - Technical University of Denmark
  • Slavik Backstein - ECI
  • Sebastiano Buscaglione - GÉANT
  • Temoor Khan - GÉANT
  • Cheng Yan - Tsinghua University
  • Ieva Muraškienė - LITNET / KTU TC
  • Rob Evans - Jisc
  • Christian Panigl - ACOnet
  • Susana Calvo Redondo - Telxius Cable
  • Daniel Cury - Telxius Cable
  • Raimundas Tuminauskas - GEANT / PSNC
  • Hubert Waibel - DFN
  • Alberto Bellato - NOKIA
  • Javier Ruiz Gomez - Lyntia Network
  • Andrey Gazizov - RETN
  • Bjorn Ronning - No organisation
  • Vilius Palubinskas - Kaunas University of Technology
  • Andris Skadins - LATVENERGO ITT
  • Matti Laipio - CSC - IT Center for Science Ltd.
  • Lada Altmannová - CESNET
  • Marko Tikas - Tele2
  • Gábor Viola - Türk Telekom International
  • Vladimír Smotlacha - CESNET
  • Gert Grammel - Juniper/Telecominfraproject
  • Roman Łapacz - PSNC
  • Mihael Dimec - ARNES
  • Bruno Hoeft - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
  • Kong zhou - Huawei
  • Thomas Tam - CANARIE
  • Indrek Rokk - EENet of HITSA
  • Volodymyr Galagan - URAN
  • MacAuley, John - Energy Sciences Network
  • Ginna Garzón Garzon - RENATA
  • Jeronimo Aguiar Bezerra - Florida International University
  • Stefanos Livisianos - Greek Research and Technology Network - GRNET
  • Lefteris Poulakakis - Greek Research and Technology Network - GRNET
  • Luiz Barreto - RNP - Rede Nacional de Ensino e Pesquisa
  • Joerg-Peter Elbers - ADVA
  • Hiroaki Harai - NICT
  • Stelios Sartzetakis - GRNET
  • Yevhenii Preobrazhenskyi - URAN Association
  • Andre Drummond - GigaCandanga
  • Danish Rafique - ADVA
  • Arun Paneri - NoviFlow Inc
  • Vitali Tulko - Tele2
  • Robert Pękal - Poznańskie Centrum Superkomputerowo-Sieciowe
  • Artur Binczewski - Poznańskie Centrum Superkomputerowo-Sieciowe
  • Mohácsi János - Governmental Information Technology Development Agency (KIFÜ), Hungary
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  • Nikola Mancic - Academic Network of Serbia