Adtran's Robert Conger at CommsDay Summit 2014

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Adtran's Robert Conger at CommsDay Summit 2014

  1. 1. Lowering Costs and Improving Pace of Deployment with FTTx Networks Robert Conger Director, Global Carrier Strategy April 2014 Commsday 2014
  2. 2. ADTRAN Company Confidential® Adtran, Inc. 2013 All rights reserved 2 Key Metrics in Network Deployment Pace of Deployment – Minimize time to deploy network and activate customer services Cost - Minimize total deployed costs, including all equipment, construction costs, power drops and permits - Optimize deployed cost per bit Network Performance – Maximizing bandwidth per user to meet or exceed stated benchmarks – Increase number of users that can take advantage of premium 100+ Mbps services
  3. 3. ADTRAN Company Confidential® Adtran, Inc. 2013 All rights reserved 3 FTTN & FTTdp/B Challenges Multi-technology access networks go a long way towards addressing key metrics, but challenges remain Space Constraints Do we put the cabinet in the parking spot? Aesthetic Impact So you want to put a noisy cabinet in front of my gated home? Powering Coordinating with utilities for local power drops
  4. 4. ADTRAN Company Confidential® Adtran, Inc. 2013 All rights reserved 4 FTTN Deployment Realities New cabinet and power pedestal located on opposite side of the road from pillar Road cut-out to pull new copper and fibre cabling to splice point on the other side of the road
  5. 5. ADTRAN Company Confidential® Adtran, Inc. 2013 All rights reserved 5 Multiple Deployment Options for FTTN/dp Multi-Technology Access Network FTTP FTTN FTTdp/FTTB HFC Cabinet Solutions Sealed Solutions VDSL2 G.Fast Compact cabinets with integrated FDH Local or line powered sealed DSLAMs w/ SLV 4 to 48 port VDSL2 or G.Fast/VDSL2 ONUs with local or line powering
  6. 6. ADTRAN Company Confidential® Adtran, Inc. 2013 All rights reserved 6 Alternative FTTN Deployment Option Existing pillar with adjacent pit for cable access Sealed DSLAMs located in pit and remotely powered No aesthetic impact, no waiting on right-of-way permits and no waiting on local power drops  Lowers cost and accelerates deployment timeline
  7. 7. ADTRAN Company Confidential® Adtran, Inc. 2013 All rights reserved 7 Same system level vectoring capabilities of traditional cabinet solutions but in a sealed form-factor Multiple deployment options: pole, pit or vented pedestal No right of way restrictions Remote powering eliminates local power drops Ability to deploy closer to the home through smaller node sizes  increases bandwidth per subscriber Sealed DSLAM Benefits Lower total deployed cost per bit while accelerating deployment timelines for FTTN and FTTdp/B architectures
  8. 8. ADTRAN Company Confidential® Adtran, Inc. 2013 All rights reserved 8 G.Fast offers 500+ Mbps performance in short loop scenarios (>150 m) >5x the performance of VDSL2 for less than 10% of the total deployed cost Field trials in 2014 and expanded GA deployments in 2015 Improving FTTdp/FTTB Performance Small footprint ONUs for pit mount and basement applications
  9. 9. ADTRAN Company Confidential® Adtran, Inc. 2013 All rights reserved 9 Multi-technology access network is a key step towards improving pace of deployment and lowering the total cost of deployment, but challenges remain Mix of deployment methods are required to optimize FTTN and FTTdp/B architectures Operators around the world looking to sealed DSLAM solutions, remote powering and G.Fast to optimize FTTN and FTTdp/B deployment models Summary
  10. 10. ADTRAN Company Confidential® Adtran, Inc. 2013 All rights reserved 10

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