ONI Systems Unites Multi-Vendor Optical Network in Standards-Based Protocol Signaling Demonstration.Business Editors/High-Tech Writers
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ONI Systems Corp. (Nasdaq:ONIS), a leading provider of optical telecommunications systems for metropolitan and regional markets, today announced that it will participate in a demonstration of optical User Network Interface (UNI) interoperability at SUPERCOMM 2001 in Atlanta, June 5-7 in the Optical Internetworking Forum The Optical Internetworking Forum (OIF) was organized to facilitate and accelerate the development of next-generation optical internetworking products. The OIF produces Electrical, Tunable Laser, Very Short Reach Hardware Interfaces. (OIF OIF Operation Iraqi Freedom
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OIF Office for Intellectual Freedom (American Library Association) ) Booth No. 150D. A protocol developed by the OIF, UNI enables the dynamic set up and tear down of optical circuit connections across multi-vendor, multi-technology networks. In the demonstration, ONI will partner with Agilent Technologies This article needs sources or references that appear in reliable, third-party publications. Alone, primary sources and sources affiliated with the subject of this article are not sufficient for an accurate encyclopedia article. , Redback Networks Inc. and Tellium to exhibit dynamic control of an OC-48 service across an optical network topology that includes access, metro core and long-haul elements.
"Our customers have a strong interest in accelerating provisioning times and reducing operations costs through embedded automation and end-to-end network management of the optical layer," said Teresa Engelhard, vice president, Software Solutions, ONI Systems. "We are delighted to take the first steps towards addressing these needs with our partners in the first broadly supported, standards-based optical internetworking demonstration."
The ONLINE7000 transport platform, which will be featured in the demonstration, delivers service transparency and scales from a single wavelength up to 33 protected wavelengths, allowing for capacity upgrades without disrupting existing traffic. Its universal transceivers support virtually any type of traffic, including Fibre Channel, GbE, IP, SONET/SDH, and more. The system's flexible architecture provides an optical unidirectional The transfer or transmission of data in a channel in one direction only. path switched ring (O-UPSR) protection scheme with a failure recovery rate of 50 milliseconds or less.
To see a public demonstration of UNI interoperability, stop by the OIF Booth No. 150D June 5-7 during SUPERCOMM 2001 exhibit hours.
About Optical UNI Interoperability
OIF's UNI agreement enables client devices to dynamically set up and tear down optical circuit connections across the transport network. During interoperability testing, participating vendors followed a rigid test methodology defined by OIF's ad-hoc interop testing group. The methodology focused on using RSVP (ReSerVation Protocol) A communications protocol that signals a router to reserve bandwidth for real time transmission. RSVP is designed to clear a path for audio and video traffic, eliminating annoying skips and hesitations. UNI extensions to dynamically set up and tear down optical connections. Devices that demonstrated interoperability included Clients, Optical Network Elements (ONE), proxy ONEs, proxy Clients and UNI conformance test suites. Both the control plane and optical transport layer were verified for appropriate behavior during the trials.
Launched in April of 1998, OIF is a rapidly growing, non-profit organization with 360+ member companies to date, including many of the world's leading carriers and vendors. As the only industry group uniting representatives from packet and voice networks, the OIF helps advance the standards and methods of optical networks. OIF's purpose is to accelerate the deployment of interoperable, cost-effective and robust optical internetworks and their associated technologies. Optical internetworks are data networks composed of routers and data switches interconnected by optical networking elements.
With the goal of promoting worldwide compatibility of optical internetworking products, the OIF actively supports and extends the work of national and international standards bodies. Formal liaisons have been established with The ATM Forum, IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, New York, www.ieee.org) A membership organization that includes engineers, scientists and students in electronics and allied fields. 802.3 HSSG HSSG High Speed Study Group
HSSG High-Speed Signal Generator (Tektronix) and the IETF See Internet Engineering Task Force.
IETF - Internet Engineering Task Force . More information on the OIF can be found at www.oiforum.com.
About ONI Systems
ONI Systems (Nasdaq:ONIS) develops, markets and sells optical networking equipment specifically designed to address bandwidth and service limitations of regional and metropolitan networks. Our products allow communication service providers to rapidly build high-capacity metro networks that are flexible, scalable and able to support multiple services on a single platform. Our products include the ONLINE11000, ONLINE9000, ONLINE7000, and ONLINE2500 transport platforms; the ONWAVE(TM) OC-48 SONET/SDH Add/Drop Multiplexer and the ONWAVE Data Multiplexer; and OC-192/STM-64 (10 gigabits per second) interface. The ONLINE(TM) transport platforms incorporate the OPTX(TM) operating system for wavelength and service management in optical networks and the OLMP OLMP Optical Link Management Protocol (Optical Networks)
OLMP Office of Labor Management Partnership (TM) optical link management protocol suite for internetworking between the optical transport and data or voice switching layers of the network. For more information about ONI and its products, visit the company Web site at www.oni.com.
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