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The Future of Submarine Networks in Latin America
 

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The slide deck from an October 23, 2012, webcast on the Future of Submarine Networks in Latin America. Tim Stronge of TeleGeography presented an overview of current network connectivity pricing and ...

The slide deck from an October 23, 2012, webcast on the Future of Submarine Networks in Latin America. Tim Stronge of TeleGeography presented an overview of current network connectivity pricing and trends in the region. Then Francisco Moussier-Dominguez of Ciena talked about Ciena's submarine network solutions and presence in the CALA market.

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    The Future of Submarine Networks in Latin America The Future of Submarine Networks in Latin America Presentation Transcript

    • The Future of SubmarineNetworks in Latin America Tim Stronge TeleGeography Carlsbad, CA | Washington, DC | Exeter, UK | Singapore | www.telegeography.com | info@telegeography.com
    • Bandwidth Demand is Strong Latin American Used International Bandwidth, 2007-12 Carlsbad, CA | Washington, DC | Exeter, UK | Singapore | www.telegeography.com | info@telegeography.com
    • End-users Drive Internet Traffic LatAm Broadband Subscribers and Average Access Speeds Carlsbad, CA | Washington, DC | Exeter, UK | Singapore | www.telegeography.com | info@telegeography.com
    • Connectivity Still Focused onU.S. Carlsbad, CA | Washington, DC | Exeter, UK | Singapore | www.telegeography.com | info@telegeography.com
    • Biggest Roads Lead Northward Top 10 International Internet Routes of Latin America Carlsbad, CA | Washington, DC | Exeter, UK | Singapore | www.telegeography.com | info@telegeography.com
    • One Reason to Connect to Miami:Prices GigE Full Port IP Transit Prices,Q2 2012 Carlsbad, CA | Washington, DC | Exeter, UK | Singapore | www.telegeography.com | info@telegeography.com
    • Faster Declines in the U.S. Median 10 GigE IP Transit Price Erosion, 2009-2012 Carlsbad, CA | Washington, DC | Exeter, UK | Singapore | www.telegeography.com | info@telegeography.com
    • Transport Prices are Still Costly Median 10 Gbps Wavelength Prices, Q2 2012 Carlsbad, CA | Washington, DC | Exeter, UK | Singapore | www.telegeography.com | info@telegeography.com
    • Planned Cables in Latin America Carlsbad, CA | Washington, DC | Exeter, UK | Singapore | www.telegeography.com | info@telegeography.com
    • Tim Stronge +1-202-741-0040tstronge@telegeography.com Carlsbad, CA | Washington, DC | Exeter, UK | Singapore | www.telegeography.com | info@telegeography.com
    • Global Network Design Trends Francisco Moussier-Dominguez Ciena October 23, 2012© Ciena Confidential and Proprietary
    • © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary
    • Ciena Submarine Network PresenceLatin America Coherent Transport Field Experience SIX LATAM submarine cables upgraded 40G/100G deployed over 700,000 kilometers 2009 FIRST 40G submarine network upgrade 2011 FIRST 100G submarine network upgrade Intelligent Switching L0 & L1 Control Plane protection deployments © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary
    • Think of the Global Network…… in a new way … Global Networks Must Optimized Data Center to Data Center Network Designs © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary
    • PoP-to-PoP Network ConnectivityRethinking “segmented” network designs CLS CLS CLS : Cable Landing Station PoP = Point of Presence © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary
    • Legacy Network Design vs. Tomorrow’s Network DesignTerrestrial/Submarine Demarcation Point Removal Terrestrial - Submarine Network Demarcation Metro/Regional Terrestrial Backhaul Cable Landing Station Wet Plant HEAD NID XCON TLTE TLTE SIE SLTE AMP END Data Center PoP to PoP NID + AMP SLTE Data Center ROADM AMP = Amplifier NID = Network Interface Device ROADM = Reconfigurable Optical Add/Drop Multiplexer SIE = SDH Interconnection Equipment SLTE – Submarine Line Terminating Equipment TLTE = Terrestrial Line Terminating Equipment XCON – Cross-Connect © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary
    • Traditional Submarine-Terrestrial Network HandoffReliable… but there is a better way © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary
    • Next Generation Submarine-Terrestrial Network HandoffSLTE physically relocated directly into the PoP (ex. data center) © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary
    • PoP-to-PoP Global Network Design TrendsSummary Cable Landing Station network designs evolution continues to evolve Designing PoP-to-PoP global networks greatly simplifies resultant designs Demarcation point between terrestrial and submarine networks is blurring Remove all unnecessary optical-electrical-optical stages, where possible Significant reductions in cost, space, power, and latency is achievable © Ciena Confidential and Proprietary