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Adtran's Robert Conger at CommsDay Melbourne Congress 2013

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    • Commsday 2013: How to Efficiently Transition to an All-Fibre Future Robert Conger Director, Product Management October 9, 2013
    • ADTRAN Company Confidential® Adtran, Inc. 2013 All rights reserved 2 Key Trends in Fixed Broadband Access Cloud Connectivity Residential Broadband Data Center Connectivity Mobile Services Expansion Increased investment and competition Multiple services over a common network: - Residential broadband - Cloud connectivity - Mobile backhaul GPON and Vectored VDSL2 leading the way in telco markets Success-based approach to incremental fibre investment
    • ADTRAN Company Confidential® Adtran, Inc. 2013 All rights reserved 3 Typical Wireline Access Network Pillar
    • ADTRAN Company Confidential® Adtran, Inc. 2013 All rights reserved 4 Incremental Fibre Investment ~$350-$450 Per subscriber $1,000-$2,500 Per subscriber $600-$1,250 Per subscriber Aerial or Underground Distribution Cable Drop Cable Copper FTTDP Architecture (200-500+Mbps service) Fibre Distribution PointFTTCab Architecture (50-100Mbps service) Fiber Aggregator Aerial or Underground Distribution Cable Drop Cable Feeder Fiber CopperFibre Cross-Connect Cabinet $ $$ $$$ High Cost Area (last 1km) Common Network Architecture + $250-800 + $600-1,250 Drop Cable FTTP Architecture (1Gbps service) Fibre • General industry trend is towards a success-based fibre build • Build networks on a common FTTx architecture and then make decision on how far to invest with fiber vs. copper based on range of factors (competitive environment, service offering, deployment costs, etc.)
    • ADTRAN Company Confidential® Adtran, Inc. 2013 All rights reserved 5 FTTx Deployment Costs Understanding Cost Variations for FTTP Cross- box / Pillar Key Factors Driving FTTx Costs: – Greenfield vs. Brownfield – Aerial vs. Underground Utilities – Construction Costs – Subscriber Density – Wiring environments: SFUs vs. MDUs – Customer Sign-up Rates Range of factors influence how far to pull fibre into the network
    • ADTRAN Company Confidential® Adtran, Inc. 2013 All rights reserved 6 GPON and VDSL2 Market Analysis Strong growth in VDSL2 expected over next 5 years GPON market still very targeted GPON Revenue by Region: Q4 ‘12 Projected VDSL2 Growth by Region Source: Infonetics Q4 2012 Broadband Aggregation Report
    • ADTRAN Company Confidential® Adtran, Inc. 2013 All rights reserved 7 100 Mbps @ 550m with vectoring Vectoring Gain Vectoring eliminates Far End CrossTalk (FEXT) and allows service providers to deploy 100 Mbps out to >1 km over two pairs of copper VDSL2 with Vectoring Mass-Market 100 Mbps Service Delivery VDSL2 w/ Vectoring: – Latest generation copper access technology for FTTN architectures – Mass deployable technology in 2013 – Delivers 100Mbps out to >1km with 2pr bonding – Enables cost-effective and widespread delivery of 100M services – Small form-factor DSLAMs optimized around vectoring coming to market ~75% of customers within 500m of node, 90+% within 1km Note: Average ETSI market statistics
    • ADTRAN Company Confidential® Adtran, Inc. 2013 All rights reserved 8 Historical FTTN Deployment Model: Large adjunct cabinets next to existing cross-connect Current FTTN Model: Small footprint electronics that minimize throw-away construction costs 1m Changing the FTTN Deployment Model Minimizing Footprint and Constructions Costs
    • ADTRAN Company Confidential® Adtran, Inc. 2013 All rights reserved 9 Optimizing FTTDP Deployments Above or Below-Ground w/ Remote Powering Solutions must be optimized for below-ground pits, curbside pedestals, or aerial drop Vectored VDSL2 today and G.Fast in the future Network powering and reverse powering to avoid local powering requirements FTTDP solutions optimized for low- denstiy-environments
    • ADTRAN Company Confidential® Adtran, Inc. 2013 All rights reserved 10 Deep fibre is making loops shorter…. And shorter… CO/Exchange Remote Terminal or Street Cabinet Small Form-factor sealed DSLAMs Distribution Point under Footpath Incremental FTTx Requirement: Solutions Optimized for Each Deployment Model Incremental FTTx Strategy Solutions Optimized for Each Part of the Network
    • ADTRAN Company Confidential® Adtran, Inc. 2013 All rights reserved 11 GPON/NGPON GigE FTTH Deployment Business Services Metro Network N x 10Gig Ethernet or OTN Ethernet and Wavelength Services Small Cell Gateway Bonded VDSL2 Solutions Optimized for Multi-Service Delivery: – Platforms built with a range of vectored VDSL2, GPON, GE, 10GE, and wavelength service delivery options – Full network automation with zero touch provisioning – Integrated service assurance and optional redundancy for business and wholesale service delivery – Elimination of multi-box solutions to deliver a mix of residential, enterprise and backhaul services Multi-Service Support Solutions Must Support Full Range of Services
    • ADTRAN Company Confidential® Adtran, Inc. 2013 All rights reserved 12 Summary Exchange Remote Node Incremental Transition to FTTP VDSL2 GPON How to Efficiently Transition to an All-Fibre Future: – Minimize throw-away construction costs and footprint associated with FTTN and FTTDP electronics – Avoid “one size fits all” approach: utilize a range of solutions optimized for different deployment densities and locations – Avoid multi-box solutions to support a range of enterprise, residential, and backhaul services – Build out the network in a manner that is progressing towards long- term FTTP target architecture: incremental fibre investment, GPON- fed FTTDP ONUs, etc.
    • ADTRAN Company Confidential® Adtran, Inc. 2013 All rights reserved 13