- Automatic scripts and simultaneous testing – reducing overall testing time - Modularity and common platform enable a growth path with your/the projects needs Rental / Lease opportunity for short-stint projects - Training and education on site for your team Equipment training / Virtual Classroom / Suitcase Training TAC support in Germantown, MD - You can lease or buy – but also contract our services group. – Fiber Characterization work at various facilities throughout DoD – Fort Campbell for instance.
Both are interoperable Modular, more streamlined touch-pad design Higher testing capability up to OC-48
Sean: Emphasis on what happens over time with a little bit of contamination never being caught. Even though the contamination at the beginning was not in the core, it can easily migrate to the core.
JDSU – SBIOI 13 th Quarterly Symposium Sean Delaney – Territory Manager Mike Morrissey – USN / SPAWAR Acct Mgr Nushi Carrera – Global Services Specialist
Who is JDSU? Annual Revenue Business Segments Locations Country Representation Index Membership $1.4B Leader in 4 key segments Over 80 Sales and R&D sites globally 164 Countries S&P 500 Formerly Known As
JDSU - Enabling Broadband & Optical Innovation * Sources: Ovum-RHK, Prime Data, Frost & Sullivan, Infonetics Research, Optics Coating: A Strategic Business Report, January 2005, and internal analysis Applied Biosystems, HP, Governments, Nike, Pfizer, SICPA, Sony Biotech, Semicon., Defense, TV, Currency, Security, Decorative #1-3 ≈ $250M 5-10% $2.0B Commercial and Consumer AT&T, British Telecom, China Telecom, Comcast, Telmex, Verizon, US Govt Telecom, Datacom, LH, Metro, FTTx, DSL, Cable, VoIP, IP Video #1-3 ≈ $520M 6-12% $2.6B Communications T&M Alcatel-Lucent, Ciena, Cisco, Huawei, Nortel, Siemens Sample Customers Telecom, Datacom, Undersea, LH, Metro, FTTx Markets #1 JDSU Market Position* ≈ $470M JDSU Revenue (Annual)* 5-15% Annual Growth Rate* $3.9B Total Market Size (Annual)* Optical Communications Market Segments
Each time connectors are mated, particles around the core become displaced, causing them to migrate and spread across the fiber surface.
Particles larger than 5 µ usually explode and multiply upon mating.
Large particles can create barriers (air gaps) that prevent physical contact.
Particles smaller than 5 µ tend to embed into the fiber surface creating pits and chips.
Actual fiber end face images of particle migration Core Cladding 11.8 µ 15.1 µ 10.3 µ
Global Service – Portfolio Overview Operational Model & Process Re-engineering, Network Planning & Optimization, Network Assessment, Testing & Qualification RoamerNet, Managed IREG testing, Managed Active Monitoring, Managed Revenue Assurance, Managed ONMS, Service Assurance Manage/Operate Start-Up support, Asset Management Technology, Product & Application Training, Certification Programs, Customer tailored Training, On-Site Workshops, Train the trainer Programs, Virtual Classroom MANAGED SERVICES EDUCATION SOLUTIONS CONSULTING SERVICES
JDSU CommTest Overall Core Competencies Video technology and QoS/QoE analysis and evaluation: QAM, IPTV Core Competencies Managed Services: VPN, IPTV, VoIP, P2P Service delivery cost performance optimization Business operation Services IP and Ethernet services performance measurement: Packet Loss, Delay, Jitter Broadband access technology and operation; Fiber, Cu and Coax characterization and performance measurement. Fiber Optics, Optical Transport and SONET/SDH characterization and performance measurement Network and Services Performance Management: NOC and Network operation Network and Service monitoring service Network and Services Architecture, Engineering, Design and Optimization Optical Core and Metro, Ethernet, BB Access Network and Services Integration & Migration: Lab integration & field trial architecture design, implementation, installation & service activation
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Sean Delaney: Sean.Delaney@JDSU.com / 864.757.9598 Mike Morrissey: Mike.Morrissey@JDSU.com / 303.980.3051 Nushi Carrera: Nushi.Carrera@JDSU.com / 301.512.6909
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