Bit-Interleaved Passive Optical Network Technology

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In Late March 2012, the GreenTouch Consortium announced and demonstrated a new technology that will dramatically reduce energy consumption in fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) networks, as well as other applications. The breakthrough Bit-Interleaved Passive Optical Network (Bi-PON) technology is the second major milestone reached by the consortium. When deployed, it will enable a power reduction of 30 times over current technologies while improving performance and reducing cost.

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Bit-Interleaved Passive Optical Network Technology

  1. 1. Bi-PON TECHNOLOGY LAUNCHGee Rittenhouse Dusan Suvakovic Peter VetterGreenTouch Chairman GreenTouch Researcher Wireline Access Inventor of Bi-PON Working Group Chairman
  2. 2. GreenTouch Overview: MilestonesGlobal research consortium tasked with developing the technologies andarchitecting the infrastructure to reduce information and communicationstechnology (ICT) energy consumption by a factor of 1000 by 2015KEY MILESTONES• Jan. 2010 – Worldwide launch• Feb. 2011 – Demonstration of world’s first Large-Scale Antenna proof ofconcept• Oct. 2011 – Membership grows to 50+ companies and more than 300individual participants
  3. 3. GreenTouch Members Athens Information Technology  Fujitsu  Swisscom (AIT) Center for Research &  Huawei  Technical University of Denmark Education  IBBT  TNO Bell Labs  IMEC  TTI Broadcom  Indian Institute of Science  TU Dresden Carnegie Mellon University  IIT Delhi  Universitat Paderborn CEA-LETI Applied Research  Karlsruhe Institute of Technology  University College London Institute for Microelectronics  Katholieke Universiteit Leuven  University of Cambridge China Mobile (K.U. Leuven)  University of Delaware Chunghwa Telecom  King Abdulaziz City for Science  University of L’Aquila Columbia University and Technology  University of Leeds CommScope  Korea Advanced Institute of  University of Manchester Dublin City University Science and Technology (KAIST)  University of Maryland Electronics and  KT Corporation Telecommunication Research  University of Melbourne’s  National Chiao Tung University Institute for a Broadband- Institute (ETRI)  National ICT Australia Enabled Society (IBES) Energy Sciences Network/  NTT Lawrence Berkeley Labs  University of New South Wales  Politecnico di Torino  University of Rochester Fondazione Politecnico di Milano  Portugal Telecom Inovação, S.A.  University of Toronto France Telecom Orange  Samsung AIT  Waterford Institute of Fraunhofer-Geselleschaft  Seoul National University Technology The French National Institute  Shanghai Institute of Microsystem  ZTE Corporation for Research in Computer and Information Technology Science and Control (INRIA) (SIMIT)
  4. 4. Today’s News: Breakthrough Tech for Wireline• The Problem: In current fiber-to-the-home architectures, all data isprocessed but 99% is unused• With FTTH expected to nearly double over the next five years—to 142million subscribers worldwide—energy consumption is a major concern• GreenTouch Solution: New bit-interleaving passive optical network (Bi-PON) technology, which can reduce carbon footprint equal to taking halfa million cars off the road• Bell Labs, IMEC, INRIA and Orange collaborated in GreenTouch WirelineWorking Group to demonstrate how Bi-PON can improve energyefficiency by more than an order of magnitude over current technology.
  5. 5. Standard XG-PON ONU
  6. 6. Sleep Mode in Standard XG-PON ONU ONU Power Awake state Sleep state ~10 ms time
  7. 7. Standard XG-PON 10 Gb/s ~10 Mb/s
  8. 8. Bit-Interleaving PON 10 Gb/s ~10 Mb/s
  9. 9. GreenTouch Project Overview and Next StepsGreenTouch currently has 25 projects underway in the areas of:•Core Optical Networking and Transmission•Core Switching and Routing•Mobile Communications•Services, Applications and Trends Committee Projects•Wireline AccessOn deck:•Demos of both the Large-Scale Antenna System and Bi-PON will bedemonstrated with new features and updates at TIA 2012, June 5-7,2012 in Dallas, Texas
  10. 10. Thank you!

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