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  • 1. ARRIS Technology Breakfast May 8, 2007 Las Vegas, Nevada
  • 2. Converged Voice, Data and Video over DOCSIS® 3.0 and M/I-CMTS Tom Cloonan CTO-Broadband Division ARRIS Group
  • 3. Agenda ▪ What Is Driving Change in the Cable Industry? ▪ How will MSOs Respond? ▪ How will Vendors Help MSOs Move Toward Converged VoIP Services? ▪ How will Vendors Help MSOs Move Toward Converged Video Services? ▪ How will Vendors Help MSOs Move Toward Converged Data Services? ▪ Conclusions 3 NCTA 2007
  • 4. What Is Driving Change in the Cable Industry? ▪ In one word… COMPETITION !!! 4 NCTA 2007
  • 5. In More Than One Word… ▪ Voice − VoIP is becoming more widely deployed and accepted − Wireless Providers are using Fixed Mobile Convergence to steer VoIP calls directly to their subscribers’ homes ▪ Video − Narrowcast VoD & HDTV is more widely deployed and accepted − Satellite Providers are greatly increasing the number of HDTV channels that they support (ex: DirectTV will offer 100 HDTV channels) − DSL & FTTH Video Providers are offering IPTV services to the PC ▪ High-Speed Data − The possibility of true convergence of Data, Voice, and IP Video Services is becoming a reality for all service providers − Commercial Services, Video Downloads, IPTV, P2P, P2PTV (ex: Joost & Vuze), & other applications are becoming commonplace − These new applications are requiring more bandwidth & rapidly-changing Upstream-to-Downstream channel ratios for HSD service − HSD competitors (ex: DSL & FTTH) are rapidly increasing their bandwidth capabilities MSOs have many weapons to use against these competitive attacks 5 NCTA 2007
  • 6. Agenda ▪ What Is Driving Change in the Cable Industry? ▪ How will MSOs Respond? ▪ How will Vendors Help MSOs Move Toward Converged VoIP Services? ▪ How will Vendors Help MSOs Move Toward Converged Video Services? ▪ How will Vendors Help MSOs Move Toward Converged Data Services? ▪ Conclusions 6 NCTA 2007
  • 7. We Predict the Following Changes… ▪ Voice − Fixed Mobile Convergence (FMC) will let MSOs work with WiFi MTAs (in the home) and cellular providers − More improvements and focus on the high availability, high quality, & customer support offered by the MSO “wired” voice service − Many more Business Services rollouts using VoIP − Higher take-rates & more ubiquitous deployments of Voice over IP (VoIP) ▪ Video − More digital channels… less analog channels − Switched Digital Video (SDV) for spectrum efficiency − More HDTV & more VoD − Move toward IPTV over DOCSIS to PCs & PDAs − Introduction of fee-based IP video download services and QoS-enabled partnerships with 3rd-party Internet TV content providers using PacketCable™ Multi Media (PCMM) and DOCSIS® ▪ High-Speed Data − Tighter coupling with WiFi for Business Services − Dynamic sharing of bandwidth between Voice, Video, and Data requiring more complex network management − Focus on Quality of Experience (QoE) levels − Much higher DOCSIS bandwidth per subscriber using DOCSIS 3.0 Channel Bonding − Many more Business Services rollouts using DOCSIS 7 NCTA 2007
  • 8. We Predict the Following Changes… ▪ Voice − Fixed Mobile Convergence (FMC) will let MSOs work with WiFi MTAs (in the home) and cellular providers Convergence over DOCSIS® − More improvements and focus on the high availability, high quality, and customer support offered by the MSO “wired” voice service − Many more Business Services rollouts using VoIP − Higher take-rates & more ubiquitous deployments of Voice over IP (VoIP) ▪ Video − More digital channels… less analog channels − Switched Digital Video (SDV) for spectrum efficiency − More HDTV and more VoD − Move toward IPTV over DOCSIS to PCs & PDAs − Introduction of fee-based IP video download services & QoS-enabled partnerships with 3rd-party Internet TV content providers using PacketCable™ Multi Media (PCMM) and DOCSIS ▪ High-Speed Data − Tighter coupling with WiFi for Business Services − Dynamic sharing of bandwidth between Voice, Video, & Data requiring more complex network management − Focus on Quality of Experience (QoE) levels − Much higher DOCSIS bandwidth per subscriber using DOCSIS 3.0 Channel Bonding − Many more Business Services rollouts using DOCSIS 8 NCTA 2007
  • 9. Agenda ▪ What Is Driving Change in the Cable Industry? ▪ How will MSOs Respond? ▪ How will Vendors Help MSOs Move Toward Converged VoIP Services? ▪ How will Vendors Help MSOs Move Toward Converged Video Services? ▪ How will Vendors Help MSOs Move Toward Converged Data Services? ▪ Conclusions 9 NCTA 2007
  • 10. Automated In-Premise Loop Diagnostics will accelerate VoIP Rollouts and Troubleshooting Ex: ARRIS Touchstone® E-MTA 5.0 Feature ▪ The ARRIS E-MTA is a complex device capable of performing remote tests on the in-home wiring + providing troubleshooting data ▪ Five tests are available to the operator: − Hazardous Potential Test (ie. AC cross-wiring) − Foreign ElectroMotive Force (FEMF) Test (ie. ILEC cross-wiring) − Resistive Faults Test & Receiver-Off-Hook Test (ie. wiring shorts) − Ringers Test (excessive number of phones) ▪ The System Operator can remotely perform these tests, resulting in a simple Pass/Fail result, or a more substantive test report Proactive, high-quality network management into the subscriber’s homes & businesses 10 NCTA 2007
  • 11. Automated Call Quality Monitoring will expedite Troubleshooting Ex: ARRIS Touchstone® E-MTA Feature ▪ Voice Quality Metrics for last 10 phone calls − Listening Quality and Conversational Quality (MOS) Scores − RF Signal and Noise Levels − Residual Echo Return Loss scores − Packet Loss Analysis ▪ IP Address (DHCP) Message Logging ▪ Call Processing Message Logging Voice Managed Bearer path IP Network DS1 Media Class 5 Gateway Local Digital Switch Call Back Back Office Office Manager Systems Systems Permits MSOs to diagnose problems even days after the problem occurred 11 NCTA 2007
  • 12. Agenda ▪ What Is Driving Change in the Cable Industry? ▪ How will MSOs Respond? ▪ How will Vendors Help MSOs Move Toward Converged VoIP Services? ▪ How will Vendors Help MSOs Move Toward Converged Video Services? ▪ How will Vendors Help MSOs Move Toward Converged Data Services? ▪ Conclusions 12 NCTA 2007
  • 13. SDV Systems Using Universal Edge QAMs Will Free Up Needed Digital Spectrum for HDTV and Channel Bonding Services Headend Hub STB Resource Manager deModulator SDV Modulator Server Sat Receivers D5™ U-EQAMs STB Statistical Mux STB Bulk Encrypter Element Management Systems 13 NCTA 2007
  • 14. Denser CMTSs and EdgeQAMs are Being Developed to Carry the Increased Traffic Load Generated by Future IPTV over DOCSIS® services As IPTV Services are Offered by DSL & FTTx Providers, MSOs may need to add some DOCSIS®-delivered IPTV Channels Narrowcast VoD Broadcast Analog Video (45 programs = 45 channels) (13.6 Gbps / Broadcast Digital SDTV (200 programs = 20 QAMs = 1 Gbps) 340 QAM… & Broadcast Digital HDTV (40 programs = 20 QAMs = 1 Gbps) 17 QAMs per FN) IP IP D5 Edge RF VoD QAM Metro Router Server Ntwk D5 Edge RF QAM C4 M-CMTS 20K HSD & Voice Docsis Gigabit D5 RF Edge HHP (1 Gbps / 32 QAM MAC Ethernet QAM Hub & 128 Up Switch w/ Channels) 20 D5 Edge RF Fiber QAM Nodes US RF RCV 14 NCTA 2007
  • 15. Denser CMTSs & Denser EdgeQAMs are Being Developed to Carry the Increased Traffic Load Generated by Future IPTV over DOCSIS® services As IPTV Services are Offered by DSL & FTTx Providers, MSOs may need to add some DOCSIS®-delivered IPTV Channels Broadcast Analog Video (45 programs = 45 channels) Broadcast Digital SDTV (200 programs = 20 QAMs = 1 Gbps) & Broadcast Digital HDTV (40 programs = 20 QAMs = 1 Gbps) IP IP D5 Edge RF VoD QAM Metro Router Server Ntwk D5 Edge RF QAM C4 M-CMTS 20K HSD & Voice Docsis Gigabit D5 RF Edge HHP (1 Gbps / 32 QAM MAC Ethernet QAM Hub & 128 Up Switch w/ Channels) 20 D5 Edge RF Fiber QAM Nodes Narrowcast IPTV (13.6 Gbps / US RF RCV 340 QAM… 17 QAMs per FN) 15 NCTA 2007
  • 16. New Applications Like This Are Demanding Flexible Upstream : Downstream Channel Ratios for DOCSIS®… Vendors Will Provide… Total # Ports for 4-Fiber Node Service Group for One MSO 20 18 16 U:D=4:1 U:D=2:1 U:D=1:1 U:D=1:2 U:D=2:3 14 12 12 10 8 8 8 6 Total # Upstreams/SG 4 4 4 4 4 4 2 Total # Downstreams/SG 2 1 0 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 16 NCTA 2007
  • 17. Agenda ▪ What Is Driving Change in the Cable Industry? ▪ How will MSOs Respond? ▪ How will Vendors Help MSOs Move Toward Converged VoIP Services? ▪ How will Vendors Help MSOs Move Toward Converged Video Services? ▪ How will Vendors Help MSOs Move Toward Converged Data Services? ▪ Conclusions 17 NCTA 2007
  • 18. FTTH Competition is Leading MSOs to Realize there is a Near-term Need for Much More DOCSIS® Bandwidth per Subscriber Avg Bandwidth per subscriber (kbps) proposed by one MSO 1000 1 Mbps 100 100 kbps 30 kbps 10 1 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 How can we increase the DOCSIS bandwidth per subscriber? 18 NCTA 2007
  • 19. Possible Techniques for Increasing the DOCSIS® Bandwidth per Subscriber ▪ Fiber Node Splits − Reduces # subs per DOCSIS Channel − Limits Tmax to 40 Mbps ▪ Simple Increase in the number of DOCSIS Channels per Fiber Node “HFC has a − Increases BW per sub lot of legs − Limits Tmax to 40 Mbps left”! − Requires Switched Digital Video or Analog Reclamation or MPEG-4 Compression to free up Video Channels for DOCSIS use ▪ DOCSIS 3.0 Channel-bonding to increase the amount of bandwidth per DOCSIS Channel − Increases BW per sub − Tmax values higher than 40 Mbps 19 NCTA 2007
  • 20. MSOs Can Deliver As Much DOCSIS® Bandwidth As They Require in the Future Using DOCSIS 3.0 Channel Bonding ARRIS C4™ X-CMTS M*40 Mbps 40 Mbps M DS Channels 40 Mbps New ARRIS Touchstone® 30 Mbps Wideband Modem WBM750 N US Channels (160 Mbps downstream 120 Mbps upstream) 30 Mbps N*30 Mbps If M=4 DS Channels, Total Bandwidth to Subscriber = 160 Mbps If M=10 DS Channels, Total Bandwidth to Subscriber = 400 Mbps If M=125 DS Channels, Total Bandwidth to Subscriber = 5 Gbps 20 NCTA 2007
  • 21. Where Will The Channels Come From For DOCSIS® 3.0 Channel Bonding? Typical HFC Spectrum Upstream Downstream (116 QAM channels @ 6 MHz each) 678 MHz 5 10 30 42 54 MHz 552 MHz 654 MHz 690 MHz 750 MHz SDTV Digital TV PPV Control HSD & VoIP HSD & VoIP Analog TV SDTV Digital TV Reserved Ncast (10 QAM DOCSIS Bcast (83 Bcast (17 QAM channels w/ channels w/ channels w/ 100 programs 83 programs) 170 programs) shared by 4-10 Fiber Nodes) HDTV Digital TV DOCSIS HSD & VoIP Bcast (4 QAM Ncast (2 QAM channels channels w/ w/80 Mbps Shared by 8 programs) 4-10 Fiber Nodes) 21 NCTA 2007
  • 22. Where Will The Channels Come From For DOCSIS® 3.0 Channel Bonding? Typical HFC Spectrum Upstream Downstream (116 QAM channels @ 6 MHz each) 678 MHz 5 10 30 42 54 MHz 234 MHz 552 MHz 654 MHz 690 MHz 750 MHz SDTV Digital TV PPV Control HSD & VoIP HSD & VoIP Analog TV Available SDTV Digital TV Reserved Ncast (10 QAM Bcast (30 Spectrum DOCSIS Bcast (17 QAM channels w/ chls w/ from Elimination channels w/ 100 programs 30 progs) of Analog Bcast 170 programs) shared by 4-10 and/or SDV Fiber Nodes) MSOs can re-use this HDTV Digital TV DOCSIS HSD & VoIP Bcast (4 QAM Ncast (2 QAM channels spectrum for HDTV Video channels w/ w/ 80 Mbps Shared by and DOCSIS Channel 4-10 Fiber Nodes) 8 programs) Bonding services NCTA 2007 22
  • 23. Integrated CMTS (I-CMTS) Architecture Video Home Network Edge Resource Manager Video Operations ERMI D5™ U-EQAM MPEG Video DRFI 10 Gbit Metro Ring DOCSIS DS DOCSIS US VoD/Cache WBM 750 Servers C4 I-CMTS Internet CPE Devices ARRIS Will Provide a Full DOCSIS 3.0 Product Suite to Support I-CMTS and/or M-CMTS Operation 23 NCTA 2007
  • 24. Modular CMTS (M-CMTS) Architecture Video Home Network Edge Resource Manager Video Operations ERMI D5™ U-EQAM MPEG Video DRFI GigE 10 Gbit DOCSIS DS DEPI Metro Ring DOCSIS US VoD/Cache WBM 750 Servers C4 M-CMTS Internet CPE Devices ARRIS Will Provide a Full DOCSIS 3.0 Product Suite to Support I-CMTS and/or M-CMTS Operation 24 NCTA 2007
  • 25. ARRIS Will Offer a Unique “Hybrid CMTS” That Permits MSOs to Provide both I-CMTS & M-CMTS Service in a Single Chassis ARRIS C4® Hybrid CMTS Touchstone® Wideband Modem WBM750 D5™ U-EQAM Might be valuable for migration between the two technologies Might be valuable for providing different service offerings 25 NCTA 2007
  • 26. Another Trend in the Future… Dynamic Sharing of EQAMs between DOCSIS & Video will Reduce Capex & Ensure Efficient Channel Usage Edge Resource Mgr SG #1 Reverse Path CM MTA STB C4 M-CMTS D5 EQAM SG #1 Forward Path D5 EQAM SG #2 Reverse Path VoD Server D5 EQAM CM MTA STB Switched D5 EQAM SG #2 Forward Path Digital BCAST D5 EQAM Video Mgr Router/ D5 EQAM Switch 26 NCTA 2007
  • 27. Another Trend in the Future… Dynamic Sharing of EQAMs between DOCSIS & Video will Reduce Capex & Ensure Efficient Channel Usage Edge Resource Mgr SG #1 Reverse Path CM MTA STB C4 M-CMTS D5 EQAM SG #1 Forward Path D5 EQAM SG #2 Reverse Path VoD Server D5 EQAM CM MTA STB Switched D5 EQAM SG #2 Forward Path Digital BCAST D5 EQAM Video Mgr Router/ D5 EQAM Switch 27 NCTA 2007
  • 28. Cable Equipment Providers Will Offer More Automated Network Management ▪ Management of Resources will need to be more Dynamic and more Heavily Automated − QAM Assignment − Load Balancing of Traffic − Identification of Over-subscription Conditions ▪ Decisions will be based on many factors − Bandwidth Usage − Quality of Experience for Each User Type Web-surfing=Download time P2P= Average Bandwidth Voice=Constant Bandwidth Gaming=Latency 28 NCTA 2007
  • 29. Conclusions ▪ Competition is heating up in all areas (Voice, Video, and High Speed Data) ▪ Many exciting changes will occur in the Cable Industry to respond to the Competition ▪ MSOs and Cable Equipment Providers are working together to capitalize on the incredible potential of the ~5 Gbps HFC Plant to offer Best-In-Class Services in the Future: − High-quality VoIP service − Extensive HDTV offerings − Mixed wired/wireless services − IP Video to the PC and PDA − DOCSIS 3.0 Channel Bonding bandwidths − Etc. 29 NCTA 2007
  • 30. The Future Is Definitely Bright For Cable Thank You
  • 31. Market and Technology Drivers for Business Services Mike Emmendorfer Senior Director, Solution Architecture and Strategy ARRIS Group
  • 32. Business Services – Agenda ▪ Market Opportunity and Trends ▪ Overview of Business Services and Technology ▪ Solution Architectures for Business Services ▪ Conclusions 32 NCTA 2007
  • 33. Business Services – Agenda ▪ Market Opportunity and Trends ▪ Overview of Business Services and Technology ▪ Solution Architectures for Business Services ▪ Conclusions 33 NCTA 2007
  • 34. U.S. Small and Medium Business (SMB) Market Segments SMB Market SMB Monthly Total Spend Total Spend Total Spend (# of Category Spending Monthly Annual Percent (%) of Employees) Size SMB Market 5 to 9 1,006,000 600 603,600,000 7,243,200,000 27% 10 to 19 610,000 1,200 732,000,000 8,784,000,000 33% 20 to 99 521,000 1,700 885,700,000 10,628,400,000 40% 5 to 99 2,137,000 2,221,300,000 26,655,600,000 Sizing U.S. SMB Market For MSO Sizing U.S. SMB Market For MSO Revenues Revenues 1,200,000 $2,000 1,200,000 $2,000 The Cable Industry has The Cable Industry has Monthly Spending 1,000,000 Total Number of Monthly Spending 1,000,000 $1,500 a tremendous Total Number of 800,000 800,000 $1,500 a tremendous SMBs opportunity to increase SMBs 600,000 $1,000 600,000 400,000 $1,000 opportunity to increase 400,000 200,000 $500 $500 its share of the its share of the 200,000 0 0 $0 $0 estimated annual $27B estimated annual $27B 5 to 9 5 to 9 10 to 19 10 to 19 20 to 99 20 to 99 SMB marketplace SMB marketplace Number Of SMB Employees Number Of SMB Employees SMB Category Size Monthly Spending SMB Category Size Monthly Spending * Source: Stratecast Partners 34 NCTA 2007
  • 35. Low Bit Rate Transport Revenue Growing ▪ Business Transport Services Market Data − T1s are still growing in numbers − T1s hit $13.7B - Half of U.S. Business transport revenue − These T1s are traditionally used for both Voice and Data services ▪ Position DOCSIS® to Replace Legacy TDM Transport 1,400,000 1,200,000 1,000,000 800,000 600,000 400,000 200,000 0 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009 DS-1 Growth Source:Vertical Systems Group Nov 2006 Source: Insight Research 35 NCTA 2007
  • 36. The Shift to Ethernet Based Services W o r ld w id e T o ta l E th e r n e t S e r v ic e s R e v e n u e $ 2 5 .0 $ 2 2 .5 $ 2 0 .0 Revenue (US $B) $ 1 5 .0 $ 1 0 .0 $ 5 .9 $ 5 .0 $ 0 .0 C Y0 5 C Y0 6 C Y0 7 C Y0 8 C Y0 9 Source: Infonetics Research C a le n d a r Y e a r What is Ethernet has the lowest cost, highest bandwidth flexibility, is ubiquitous Driving the and simple (replacing Frame Relay, ATM, and SONET technologies) Shift to Ethernet Standards Organizations MEF and IETF with membership from MSOs Based and Equipment Providers Services? Certification of Equipment as well as Service Providers (MSOs) 36 NCTA 2007
  • 37. Ethernet Service Providers 37 NCTA 2007
  • 38. Business Services – Agenda ▪ Market Opportunity and Trends ▪ Overview of Business Services and Technology ▪ Solution Architectures for Business Services ▪ Conclusions 38 NCTA 2007
  • 39. Overview of Business Services and Technology Data Services Voice Services • High Speed Internet Access • Hosted / Non – Hosted • Direct Internet Access (DOCSIS®, Wireless and Fiber) • PacketCable / SIP • Routed Service (Customer Routes are Advertised) • Business Class Features • TDM Transport Services • IP Handset / Soft Client • IP PBX / Centrex • Traditional or Circuit Emulation Service (CES) • Unified Messaging • CES Standards: SAToP, CESoPSN, BSOD • Layer 2 VPN (L2VPN) Services • Point-to-Point Service Framework • E-Line Services defined by Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF) • VPWS – Virtual Private Wire Service as defined by IETF Value Added Services • Multipoint Service Framework • E-Mail • E-LAN Services defined by Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF) • Web Hosting • VPLS – Virtual Private LAN Service as defined by IETF • Wireless Networking • Layer 3 VPN (L3VPN) Services • Bandwidth Management • Point-to-Point Service • Data backup • Technologies implemented GRE and IPSec • Security Services • Multipoint Service / IP VPN Service • Firewall - IDS/IPS • Technology implemented MPLS BGP – RFC 2547 bis Video Services Local Channels, News, Sports, On-Demand, Pay-Per View, and CD-quality Commercial-free Music 39 NCTA 2007
  • 40. Business Services – Agenda ▪ Market Opportunity and Trends ▪ Overview of Business Services and Technology ▪ Solution Architectures for Business Services ▪ Conclusions 40 NCTA 2007
  • 41. Business Services – Leveraging the Investment ▪ MSO Last Mile Access Network − High capacity coax network 5-6 Gbps of Downstream (forward) Over 100 Mbps of Upstream (return) − Extensive fiber network close to Business Customers ▪ Next Generation IP/MPLS Network − Supports convergence of all services Voice, Video, and Data Residential and Business Customers − Carrier Class Network Redundancy and High Availability Network Operation Organizations and Systems Source: Kagan Research, LLC ▪ Incremental Investment − MSOs have the ability to “target” network capacity expansion U.S. MSOs have invested more where and when needed thus avoiding network-wide upgrades than $100B during the past − Fixed wireless data solutions are decade building and upgrading portable assets that improve time to market and ROI infrastructure 41 NCTA 2007
  • 42. Wireline and Wireless DOCSIS® Solution Architectures DOCSIS using End-to-End HFC DOCSIS using Wireless MAN Back Office Systems Wireless DOCSIS Up to 20 Mile Range DOCSIS® - OSS Wirele ss DO Down CSI Stream S Transceiver/ Multi-line E-MTA HFC / DOCSIS Antenna Wirele ss D Access Network Up Str OCSIS eam 802.1Q VLAN Tagging Multipoint Tower Cable Modem Mounted EMTA / Cable Modem CMTS CMTS Packet Augment HFC Network Leverage Existing Switched With DOCSIS Wireless DOCSIS Back-Office Network (PSN) Strand-Mounted DOCSIS Building-Mounted DOCSIS Wireless Line Extension Wireless Line Extension Multipoint Strand HFC / DOCSIS DOCSIS Mounted HFC / DOCSIS • Data Services Access Network Wireless for Access Network • High Speed Internet Short • TDM Transport Distances ≈ ½ Mile • Layer 2 VPN (L2VPN) Multipoint • Layer 3 VPN (L3VPN) ≈ ½ Mile DOCSIS Wireless for • Voice Services Building 42 Short • Value Added Services NCTA 2007 Mounted EMTA / Cable Modem Distances EMTA / Cable Modem
  • 43. DOCSIS® Business Solutions Voice and Data Services Home Office / Tele-Worker 1-Line or 2-Line E-MTA + Back Office Wireless Data Gateway OSS and DOCSIS-EMS Small Business C4® CMTS 4-Line E-MTA + Data Gateway HFC / DOCSIS MSO Access Network Medium Business Call Server Core 8-Line E-MTA or 8-Line E-MTA with Router Medium Business + ARRIS Integrated Business Solutions Potential IP Centrex Features depends on Call Server: 12-Line E-MTA + Data •Hunt groups •Conferencing (>3 ports) •Hold / Automatic •Call park •Distinctive Ringing Hold •Call pickup •Automatic Call Distribution •Inbound Call Delivery Multi-Dwelling Units •Network based private dial plan •Inter-site feature •Message Waiting •E911 termination transparency Indication •Local Number Portability •Centralized billing •Outbound Call •Lawful Intercept •Direct Inward Dial Routing 12-Line E-MTA •Distinctive ringing •Direct Outward Dial •Redirect / Transfer 43 NCTA 2007
  • 44. DOCSIS® and Optical Solutions: L2VPN, Ultra High Speed Data and TDM Layer 2 VPN Back Office Systems Layer 2 VPN DOCSIS® - OSS Commercial L2VPN Remote Site EMTA / Service Head (L2VPN) to HQ Wireless Gateway Gateway Quarters Single or Packet Switched Network Fiber Pair Ultra High Speed Data (PSN) Ultra High Speed Data CMTS MLSR Node Commercial DOCSIS 3.0 Service Dedicated Cable Modem Gateway Port (GigE+) Router WDM Mux TDM Services Commercial Service TDM Services (Circuit Emulation Services) Aggregator / Demux (Circuit Emulation Services) Commercial Cell PBX or Key T1/E1 Service PBX or Key Cell Site System MTA Gateway System Site Legacy TDM Switch Internet DOCSIS 44 NCTA 2007 Fiber
  • 45. DOCSIS® 3.0 Features Reduces Fiber Requirements for Business Services Fiber Required to Serve Business Service Customers Impacts ROI for Lower Bandwidth Tier Coax and DOCSIS Network Leveraged DOCSIS 3.0 Well Positioned for SMB Market Fiber 45 NCTA 2007
  • 46. Business Services – Agenda ▪ Market Opportunity and Trends ▪ Overview of Business Services and Technology ▪ Solution Architectures for Business Services ▪ Conclusions 46 NCTA 2007
  • 47. Conclusions 1. The Cable Industry has a tremendous opportunity to increase its share of the Small - Medium Business Market. 2. There is a worldwide industry shift to Ethernet Based Services replacing legacy T1, Frame Relay and SONET based technologies. 3. This shift complements the Cable Industry because they have already built Next Generation Networks capable of supporting Voice, Video and Data for Residential and Commercial Customers. 4. A significant portion of the Enablement Capital for Business Services is already in place, without new network-wide upgrades. 5. Incremental Investment and Success Based Capital will be targeted and tied to New Business Service Revenue. 6. MSOs’ extensive HFC network infrastructure, combined with the arrival of DOCSIS® 3.0, will be sufficient to support the majority of SMB service needs, minimizing costly, additional fiber builds. 47 NCTA 2007
  • 48. Thank You ! The Cable Industry has a tremendous opportunity to increase its share of the Small - Medium Business Market!