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  • 1. Introduction to Alloptic FTTx DeploymentAlloptic, Inc. Proprietary
  • 2. About Alloptic Founded in 1999, Alloptic is a privately held company based in Livermore, California A Global leader in the design, development, and deployment of Gigabit Ethernet Passive Optical Networks (GE-PON). Mature, Proven, Standards-based Gigabit Bandwidth PON solution Alloptic has been shipping products globally since 2001 More Than 50 Customers Worldwide More Than 15,000 Optical Network Terminals (ONTs) Deployed Enables Service Providers to go Beyond Simple Bundling to True Integrated Communications One Infrastructure, All Services Traditional Voice & Data, Packet Voice, High Speed Data, RF Video, IPTV and Physical Security Services Optimized Home Office, Multi-Tenant and Business Solutions Well funded by leading Venture Capitalists Lead Investors Ritchie Capital Management and GMG Capital Over $120M in financing raised to dateAlloptic, Inc. Proprietary Page 2 May 2, 2006
  • 3. Alloptic Leadership First to Deliver: Environmentally Hardened Passive Optical Network (PON) An GE-PON Network with RF Overlay Capability using ITU standard Wavelengths Integrated RF Capabilities in Optical Network Terminals (ONTs) for Both Single Family and Multi-Dwelling Only GE-PON solution with TDM capability integrated into the network Only PON product with Fiber to Fiber capability Only Redundant PON System capable of automated re-routing of the connectionsAlloptic, Inc. Proprietary Page 3 May 2, 2006
  • 4. Alloptic Achievements Global leader in the design, development, and deployment of GEPON Networks More Than 50 Customers Worldwide More Than 15,000 Optical Network Units (ONUs) deployed Delivered one of first IPTV deployments over PON at Western Power Australia in 2003. Alloptic has been working with IPTV Since 2001 Founding member of the IEEE EFM Standards Committee Many Patents in GEPON TechnologyAlloptic, Inc. Proprietary Page 4 May 2, 2006
  • 5. Alloptic Deployments Charter Communications OpticTelecom Russia and Kazakhstan Optical Entertainment The Broadband Group IPPC Digital Network China Netcom The Pinehills Denmark Easy Chair Champlain Acreo Testbed Sichuan Columbia Fiber Telephone Ericsson TPSA Wuhan City CATV Spokane, WA Shangdong SmartTelecom Ireland Korea Tel (lab) Mt. Vernon, WA Seren Innovations British Installed Bellinghaham, WA Nicholville Telecom France City Government Zero dB (Lab) Telecom Cheney, WA France Muni Pirelli Shanghai University Telecom GateHouse Networks Hangzhou (4 Developments) ItaliaSeren Innovations Pirelli Hargray ( 4 Developments) Shangdong Zibo CommSouth Chung HwaGreenfield Comm. Knology(2 Developments) (7 locations) Futong Hangzhou i-Cable LaVerne Cable Bahamas Telecom Malaysia iCornerstone Ericsson Terracom Dhiraagu Maldives Peninsula Papagayo Rawanda Costa Rica Bright Project Letlhaka South Africa CES OptimalAlloptic, Inc. Proprietary Page 5 May 2, 2006
  • 6. Why GE-PON? Marries the Best of Fiber, Passive Networks & Ethernet Fiber Passive Networks • Unlimited Bandwidth • Simple & Reliable • Secure & unsusceptible to • Passive outside plant lightning & EMI Ethernet • The Features Customers Demand • Unmatched Scalability • Unparalleled Cost Effectiveness • Ease of Use and AdministrationAlloptic, Inc. Proprietary Page 6 May 2, 2006
  • 7. Why Ethernet Dominates Scalability Cost Effectiveness Ease of Use and Administration Delivers the Features Customers • Simple, easy-to-manage connectivity Demand to Ethernet-based, IP equipment, • Bridging & Spanning Tree both at the customer premises and at • Virtual LANs (VLANs) the central office. • Prioritization & QoS • Flow Control • P2P and P2MP ServicesAlloptic, Inc. Proprietary Page 7 May 2, 2006
  • 8. PON in the Access Network Point-to-Point Ethernet Inefficient usage of fiber and transceivers makes P2P Ethernet both expensive and operationally unscalable Better: Curb Switched Ethernet Improves fiber usage at the expense of requiring an active outside plant Still expensive and operationally unscalable Best: GE-PON Efficient Scalable Simple and Reliable Environmentally HardenedAlloptic, Inc. Proprietary Page 8 May 2, 2006
  • 9. Comparing Gigabit PON Solutions GE-PON GPONAvailability Field Proven Since 2001 Still Unavailable.Cost Effectiveness Mature: >1 Million working Still Unavailable: Limited to customers. Follows the SONET/SDH economies-of- economies-of-scale of Ethernet. scale.Ease of Use and Provides simple, easy-to-manage Utilizes ATM or GPONAdministration native connectivity to Ethernet- Encapsulation Mode (GEM) based, IP equipment, both at the framing to transport Ethernet customer premises and at the and/or IP between the customer central office. premise and the central office.Customer Functionality Rich native support for all Basic Ethernet transport. Ethernet functionality – Bridging, VLANs, prioritization, flow control, P2P and P2MP services.Services Supported Alloptic provides rich support for TDM Voice and Data support will native TDM, RF Overlay, Physical be limited in GEM only solutions. Security Applications in addition Issues with RF Overlay and 2.5 to IP optimized Voice, Data and Gbps upstream mode. Video.Scalable Performance Ethernet Scalability: Symmetric Based on SONET/SDH line 1Gbps today, 10 Gbps in 2007. rates.Alloptic, Inc. Proprietary Page 9 May 2, 2006
  • 10. New Generation EPON (NGEPON) 10Gbps EPON is the future of PON and a superior solution to 2.5 Gbps GPON (which is still unavailable). IEEE 802.3 Working Group created to develop a 10 Gbps PHY for EPON. No other changes to the other EPON sublayers. Standard expected to be complete within 12 months. Alloptic plans to deliver NGEPON via: Our existing edge2000 chassis using new 10Gbps OLT linecards and a new higher capacity SCM. A new edge200 style “pizzabox” form factor OLTAlloptic, Inc. Proprietary Page 10 May 2, 2006
  • 11. Summary Mature, Proven, Standards-based Gigabit Ethernet PON solution Only Gigabit Bandwidth PON solution that both leverages all the advantages of Ethernet and is available today Go Beyond Simple Bundling to True Integrated Communications Traditional Voice & Data, Packet Voice, High Speed Data, RF Video, IPTV and Security Services Increased Revenue, Reduced Operational Costs Optimized Home Office, Multi-Tenant and Business SolutionsAlloptic, Inc. Proprietary Page 11 May 2, 2006
  • 12. Project RequirementsAlloptic, Inc. Proprietary
  • 13. Requirements Triple Play offering per user Voice – TDM and VoIP preferably Data – 10 Mbps bandwidth maximum Video – 3 RF or IPTV concurrent channels, HDTV ready Residential only FTTH or FTTC The network can be optical all way long or an OLT can be installed at a pole or cabinet and then changed to metallic access (cat. 5 minimum) Deployment starting from the street cabinet, SDH and Metro Ethernet availableAlloptic, Inc. Proprietary Page 13 May 2, 2006
  • 14. Project Characteristics Horizontal condominium Approximately 96 residences, but not all finished or sold yet Infrastructure into the condominium is all aerial, self- supportedAlloptic, Inc. Proprietary Page 14 May 2, 2006
  • 15. Proposed SolutionAlloptic, Inc. Proprietary
  • 16. Solution Description OLT (Optical Line Terminal) The OLT would be installed in the street cabinet where the services would be made available Use edge200: 2 PONs, 2 Gigabit Ethernet SFP ports, 2 Ethernet ports, 4 E1 ports, 2 optical input ports for RF video ONU (Optical Network Unit) The ONU would be installed inside a weather-tight enclosure either on a pole or on a house wall Use home4000: 4 Ethernet ports, 4 POTS, RF video output Each ONU would serve 2 homes making available 2 Ethernet ports and 2 POTS ports per home, plus RF video using a RF 1:2 splitter 48 ONUs total, 24 on each PONAlloptic, Inc. Proprietary Page 16 May 2, 2006
  • 17. TopologyServices PON 1 OLT: edge200 PON 2 splitter splitter to 2 houses to 2 houses voice voice ONU: home4000 data ONU: home4000 data video video to 2 houses to 2 houses voice voice ONU: home4000 data ONU: home4000 data video video total 24 ONUs total 24 ONUs Alloptic, Inc. Proprietary Page 17 May 2, 2006
  • 18. TDM Voice Solution OLT The edge200 has 4 standard E1 uplink ports, what delivers 1 POTS per each of the 96 homes and give 24 extra lines to be used by those who need a 2nd line Synchronous E1 delivery Private E1 point-to-point services supported ONU The home4000 with 4 POTS ports when used to serve 2 homes will give the possibility of a 2nd line for those who need itAlloptic, Inc. Proprietary Page 18 May 2, 2006
  • 19. TDM Voice Topology Central Office OLT: edge200From Service Provider E1 to PON Homes to 2 houses from PON twisted pairs to the houses 1 or 2 POTS per house Alloptic, Inc. Proprietary Page 19 May 2, 2006
  • 20. IP Services Solution OLT The edge200 has 2 Fast Ethernet and 2 Gigabit Ethernet uplink ports making available to the service provider a scalable uplink connection ONU From the 2 Ethernet ports available per home we suggest to provision 1 for IPTV and the other for Data and VoIP using a small router or SIP ATA in each home The 1 Gbps bandwidth per PON divided per 48 homes (if equally distributed) will give a little over 20 Mbps per subscriber, what is enough for IPTV, Internet, VoiIP, online gamming, movies and music downloads and many other servicesAlloptic, Inc. Proprietary Page 20 May 2, 2006
  • 21. IPTV Solution OLT Alloptic has been working with IPTV Since 2001 and delivered one of first live IPTV deployments over PON at Western Power Australia in 2003 ONU The ONU Ethernet ports can be exclusively (recommended), or not, provisioned to deliver IPTV Under the proposed topology each home will have over 20 Mbps of bandwidth that can transport up to 4 simultaneous IPTV channels (on unicast mode – VoD) and still have over 2 Mbps available for other services IPTV provisioning features include maximum number of channels per port, number of channels alarm threshold, and secure Set-top Box among othersAlloptic, Inc. Proprietary Page 21 May 2, 2006
  • 22. IP Services Topology Central Office OLT: edge200From Service Provider Gigabit Router with Gigabit to PON VLAN tagging Ethernet Ethernet functions other services (VoIP, IPTV, Shopping, etc) Homes to 2 houses from PON CAT5 to the houses 2 Ethernet ports per house Alloptic, Inc. Proprietary Page 22 May 2, 2006
  • 23. RF Video Solution OLT The edge200 has 1 optical RF Video input port per PON for video broadcast The video signal has to be converted to optical and amplified before injecting into the PON. The optical amplifier output power has to be defined based on the PON optical losses Alloptic’s solution support both analog and digital video modulation and is HDTV ready RF video broadcast is done over 1550nm wavelength and does not consume the 1 Gbps bandidth ONU The ONU has 1 integrated RF electrical output that has to be splitted to serve 2 homes Alloptic’s integrated RF receiver is designed for frequency response for 50-870 MHz (full CATV spectrum)Alloptic, Inc. Proprietary Page 23 May 2, 2006
  • 24. RF Video Topology Central Office OLT: edge200if electrical signal is supplied E to O Converter Optical to PON 1 to PON From CATV Provider Amplifier (EDFA) to PON 2 if optical signal is supplied Homes to 2 houses from PON RG-6 to the houses 1:2 RF splitter Alloptic, Inc. Proprietary Page 24 May 2, 2006
  • 25. IP Video Surveillance The available PON ends can be used to agregate and transport other services such as Video Surveillance Fiber optics using Ethernet support high reliability video backhaul High capacity supports hundreds of video sources VLAN based Ethernet networks for secure, flexible deployments High quality video support with minimal infrastructure Alloptic PON networks are optimized to carry high speed Video 1, 4, or 24 Ethernet port ONUs are available All Alloptic ONUs are temperature hardened with optional backup power for high reliability and flexibility. 1 PON fiber can stream more than 200 cameras @ 4Mbps each up to 20 km without active repeaters. Bi-directional controls allow cameras to be controlled remotely Remote telemetry support intrusion alert, power fail, and low battery alarmsAlloptic, Inc. Proprietary Page 25 May 2, 2006
  • 26. Video Surveillance Topology -More than 200 cameras on 1 fiber - Up to 4 digital cameras, on CAT5 -Secure Voice communications - 12V Battery backup support -Remote monitoring and camera control - Std dial or ring-down telephones -12 miles with 32 ONUs using 1Gigabit - Intrusion and power alarms symmetrical bandwidthCentral office / Surveillance center - Up to 24 digital cameras on CAT5 - 48v battery backup support - Standard T1/E1 interface Recorder Monitoring station - 2 external alarm inputs - Up to 24 digital cameras on MM or SM fiber - 48v battery backup support - Standard T1/E1 interfaceAlloptic, Inc. Proprietary Page 26 May 2, 2006 - 2 external alarm inputs
  • 27. Product OverviewAlloptic, Inc. Proprietary
  • 28. Broad Product Family Optical Line Terminals (OLT) Optical Network Terminals (ONT) POTS Ethernet FTTH Video Residence HomeGear GEMS POTS Traditional Voice edge200 Element DS1 Management Ethernet System (EMS) FTTB Video Xgen4000 Small Business Packet Voice Optical Splitter 1 POTS Ethernet 32 GE-PON MDU/FTTB VideoTraditional Data 1.25 Gbps symmetrical Xgen6000 High Density Multi-Tenant Voice, Data, Video 1490 nm downstream 1310 nm upstream POTS 1550 nm RF Video, IP Video DS1 Ethernet / IP Data Ethernet edge2000 FTTB Video Corporate Offices/ BizGear Business Parks IP Video POTS Central Office Residence DS1 FTTC Ethernet RF Video Video Xgen7000 VDSLAlloptic, Inc. Proprietary Page 28 May 2, 2006 Business Parks
  • 29. Alloptic edge200 ChassisThe Alloptic edge200 is the head-end controller for the Alloptic access system. It is a 16 gigabit Ethernet switch, a 2PON OLT, and a TDM cross connect combined into a 2RU hardened package. All voice, data and video services areconnected to the edge200 which then forwards them through a PON fiber to the appropriate ONU service port at thesubscriber’s location. The edge200 is compatible to all Alloptic ONUs and is manages software and configurationinformation for the whole network as well as supporting network management and system timing functions. Carrier grade chassis and electronics 19” rack mounting with front accessed connectivity Voice (TDM, VOIP) Video (IP, RF) Ultra hi-speed Ethernet with VLAN & QoS Internal full rate aggregation switch Built in DXC functionality 2 PONS for up to 64 ONUs Alloptic edge200 chassis Up to 2GBPS upstream network interfaces Comprehensive testing & management Compatible with all Alloptic ONU modelsAlloptic, Inc. Proprietary Page 29 May 2, 2006
  • 30. edge200 Applications Head-end, remote hut or pedestal Service Service Source Distribution High speed data 100mb to 2Gb Alloptic edge200 chassis IP Video or VoD Up to 250 channels 2 PONs to 64 ONUs TDM Telephony 4 E1 or 120 lines RF Video input 1550 nm optical Network System 1 input per PON Management SynchronizationAlloptic, Inc. Proprietary Page 30 May 2, 2006
  • 31. edge200 at a glance Network Interfaces System Management PON Optical Interfaces 4x E1 network 2x alarm input sensors and 2x long -reach PON interfaces 2x alarm output contacts interfaces Up to 64 ONUs E1 link status Network synchronization Dual –48VDC indicators from BITS or from any power feeds working E1 link 2 x100baseT Network interface System alarm & PON state network interfaces status indicators power indicators indicators network interfaces 2 x1000baseFX SFP SNMP or web based 2x integrated RF Video network interfaces management out -of - combiners to support band management (in- video distribution on the band also supported) PON fiberAlloptic, Inc. Proprietary Page 31 May 2, 2006
  • 32. Alloptic home4000 ONUThe home4000 is is the most advanced and cost effective ONU in the market today This unit has been specificallyengineered to provide advanced voice, video, and ultra high speed data capabilities to individual homes at competitiveprices. Data ports can be programmed to work as an in-home switch for multiple computers, for specialized applicationssuch as multiple IP video sources, Voice over IP phones, or as individual services for secure multiple family applications. Up to 4 100baseT data ports (up to 100 mbps symmetrical) TOS priority, IGMP Video, Port Bridging and 802.3q VLAN support Multiple services/port supported 2 or 4 POTS ports POTS path diagnostics and loop-back RF Video support internal or external Temp hardened, low power consumption Universal mounting Alarm sensing and reporting >20 KM PON operating distance standard Alloptic ONUH4061Alloptic, Inc. Proprietary Page 32 May 2, 2006
  • 33. home4000 at a glance Service outputs Optional RF Video F Data ports 10/100 full or half duplex 1 or Optional telephone line support 0, 2 or connector output 4 ports , individually configured for for up 4 TDM POTS lines to100Mbps Full Duplex each 1Gbps GePON Single RF Video control and mode fiber interface monitoring connectorInputs PON link state / 12VDC power input, battery Power & controls unit status light monitoring, intrusion alarm inputAlloptic, Inc. Proprietary Page 33 May 2, 2006
  • 34. Alternate TopologyAlloptic, Inc. Proprietary
  • 35. RF Video with Return Path If return path is required by CATV operator a 2-fiber infrastructure topology is necessary as the TV return path is done over the same wavelength as data upstream: 1310nm. OLT In this case the OLT won’t need the video inputs as video broadcast will use its own fiber to get to the homes ONU The ONU won’t require the integrated RF receiver Video Transceiver A Video Transceiver will be used to receive broadcasted signal and to transmit upstream return path Alloptic’s transceiver is compatible with DOCSIS 1.0, 1.1 and 2.0 allowing cable operator to deliver full service The transceiver is connected directly to cable modem through its coaxial portAlloptic, Inc. Proprietary Page 35 May 2, 2006
  • 36. RF Video with Return Path Topology Central Office single fiber if electrical signal is supplied E to O Converter Optical to theFrom CATV Provider Amplifier WDM homes (EDFA) if optical signal is supplied splitterTo CATV Provider return signal might need regeneration Homes single fiber RF splitter RG-6 to the homes Legend 1550 nm 1310 nm Alloptic, Inc. Proprietary Page 36 May 2, 2006
  • 37. Alloptic home Node Alloptic video products convert optical RF signals to coax CATV signals that can be distributed in single family home using standard CATV splitters and amplifiers. They can be used stand-alone, or be used in conjunction with all Alloptic home ONUs. Receive only and transceiver with return path versions are available. The 3rd lambda receivers can share the same fiber used to operate the Alloptic ONU to further reduce fiber infrastructure expense. Full spectrum RF Video receiver 50-870mHz Stand-alone, or in-line with Alloptic home ONU Analog return path supported with burst mode laser DOCSIS 2 compatible Remote management via ONU control interface Low RF receive power alarm Remote service activation/deactivation via home ONU +14dBmV/Ch output 12VDC powered Low power consumption < 4 watts Alloptic MicroNode Universal wall mounting Temperature hardenedAlloptic, Inc. Proprietary Page 37 May 2, 2006
  • 38. home Nodes at a glance RF status indicator Alloptic ORTN501 RF Video output F connector Input 50-870mHz downstream +14dBmV/channel Optical Input 1550 nm RF 5-50mhz upstream downstream 1310 nm RF burst mode Service outputs upstream Power indicator 12VDC power and ONU alarm and control interface Power & controlsAlloptic, Inc. Proprietary Page 38 May 2, 2006
  • 39. Delivering the Digital LifestyleAlloptic, Inc. Proprietary Page 39 May 2, 2006

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