JDSU – SBIOI 13 th Quarterly Symposium Sean Delaney – Territory Manager Mike Morrissey – USN / SPAWAR Acct Mgr Nushi Carrera – Global Services Specialist
Who is JDSU?
What does JDSU do?
Why our clients rely on JDSU for success?
Some of many programs we’re supporting today
Cyber Security Applications
Immediate points of contact
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
Our clients rely on JDSU to…
Turn-up and test ahead of project schedule
Decrease overall cost-of-ownership of equipment
Increase effectiveness and productivity of an organization
Maintain competitive edge to be tied in with latest technologies
Conduct testing that is cost prohibitive due to equipment investment requirements
Tools deployed throughout the world -FireBerd 6000A replaced by the FireBerd 8000 -Greater capability including Advanced Clocking Results and the Diphase module
New Equipment and Applications
10/100/1000/10 Gig Ethernet
OC-768, OC-192, OC-48, etc.
Triple Play (Great VTC Application)
Illustration of Particle Migration
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
Data Alchemist- Internet Content Transformation Engine
A proven software technology that can support Internet-based offensive and defensive Information Operations, intelligence gathering, law enforcement and Threat Operations.
Gives operators and analysts an end-to-end network capability to comprehensively target, detect and control online enemy activity, identify suspects, threats and gather intelligence.
Non-intrusive collection, triggering, data control, mission management and reporting support offensive and defensive operations.
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
Catch us for introductions
Literature in the back with more details on how we’re supporting our clients