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Ethernet over Copper


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EoC is a way to deliver symmetric Ethernet services to SMB via copper plant.

EoC is a way to deliver symmetric Ethernet services to SMB via copper plant.

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  • 1. Ethernet over Copper William Lehrer, XO Principal Sales Engineer For TCA’s Ethernet over Copper webinar
  • 2. EoC
    • What is it?
    • Why is it important?
    • Who’s buying it?
    • What is the Sales Trigger?
  • 3. EoC
    • Ethernet over Copper
    • Ethernet in the First Mile (EFM)
    • Mid-band Ethernet
    • G.SHDSL.bis
    • EoTDM and EoSerial = alternatives
  • 4. Ethernet
    • Ethernet is easy.
    • Legacy (TDM) is going away.
    • T1 is almost dead.
    • RJ45 / cat5 interface
  • 5. Distance Limitations 10GbE 1000 Base- PX20 10BASE-T (Cu Cat5) Maximum Bandwidth (Symmetric) 100m 500m 750m 2000m 2700m 5000m 10km 20km 2Mbps 10Mbps 100Mbps 1Gbps 10Gbps 100BASE-T (Cu Cat 5) 1000BASE-T (MMF) 1000Base B/L/PX10 1000BASE-LX (SMF) Existing IEEE 802.3 standards EFM IEEE 802.3ah Minimum Reach 100Base-L/BX10 (Single Mode Fiber) 2Base-TL (SHDSL) 10Pass-TS (VDSL) 2Base-TL (SHDSL) Bonded Pairs 100BASE-FX (MMF) EFM Copper EFM Fiber
  • 6. Ethernet in the First Mile Central Office EFMC Long Reach With Pair Bonding EFMC Long Reach EFMC Short Reach EFM Fiber P2P
  • 7. Why Mid-Band Ethernet?
    • Very large unaddressed market
      • 9 copper-fed customers for every 1 optical-fed customer
        • And fiber penetration growing very slowly
      • T1/E1s are not a cost-effective way to serve more than 3 Mbps
      • Fast install; decent speed/price ratio
    • Technology is mature
      • Standards are ratified with large international deployments
    • Ethernet is the choice
      • No other future protocols on the horizon
    • Competition is still there
      • Wire line faces cable, wireless threats – must leverage existing infrastructure
  • 8. Target Market
    • Within 3 miles of CO
    • Financial Services
    • State & Local Government
    • Education
    • Healthcare
    • SMB
  • 9. Why Schools?
    • Schools have the bandwidth requirements of large businesses, but are located in residential neighborhoods.
    • Schools lack access to affordable broadband services to power next generation applications and services:
      • Remote learning
      • District-wide classroom collaboration
      • Integration of the classroom and home environment
    • Legacy services are expensive and out of reach.
  • 10. Summary
    • Ethernet in the First Mile (EFM) provides extensions for Carrier Ethernet networks
    • Ethernet access compliments Metro cores by providing access to both business and residential subscribers over native Ethernet
    • Fiber connectivity extends to only 12% of medium to large business sites (VSG data)
  • 11. Thank you. Tele-Pacific Covad/Megapath Broadview CavTel Windstream Qwest CenturyLink BellSouth/AT&T SE Frontier These carriers offer EoC:
  • 12. Are you a member of TCA? Join online today @ Are you a Channel Partner?