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FTTH Conference 2009 Adc Krone

  1. 1. Network Choices and Construction Practices within Multi-Dwelling Units Joachim Brunzel Product Manager Tel.: +49 (30) 8543-2011 Fax: +49 (30) 8453- 5 2011 Mobile: +49 171 762 6925 e-mail: joachim.brunzel@adckrone.com
  2. 2. ADC Globally operating company Product and Service Groups Customers 2008 sales: $1.46 billion, 40% outside U.S. Original Wireless Wireline Equipment Wireless Coverage Manufacturers High-capacity and capacity Cable TV / access enhancement Broadcast Global Telecom Connectivity Professional Solutions Services Enterprise Broadband Plan, deploy connectivity and and maintain Enterprise communications connectivity networks ADC Krone Berlin - EMEA 2 ADC Proprietary and Confidential 170907 2
  3. 3. Agenda • Bandwidth demand, drivers and development • FTTX technologies • Optical budget considerations • Multi-dwelling unit construction practices and issues • Plug and play architecture • Plug and Play – Key technologies • Summary 3 ADC Proprietary and Confidential 170907 3
  4. 4. Bandwidth Demand Development • Bandwidth demand for residential customers 1 Gbit/s – Prediction is in 2018 1-80 Mbit/s 2009 BW growing at 10x/3-4 years; new applicatons will emerge Source: I Date; KMI 4 ADC Proprietary and Confidential 170907 4
  5. 5. Bandwidth Demand Drivers • IP to and in the home to deliver a new range of entertainment and services – VoIP – Music distribution – VoD – HDTV (Full HD) – Real-time TV broadcast – Interactive television – File sharing – Security – Environment 5 ADC Proprietary and Confidential 170907 5
  6. 6. Bandwidth Demand Drivers • The revolution is underway • Physical distribution of music to disappear • Music delivered direct to the entertainment center/device 6 ADC Proprietary and Confidential 170907 6
  7. 7. Impact of Traffic Growth By 2011 Core Triples, Metro/Access Nearly Quintuples • 2006: Due to IP video, IP traffic in the Metro and Access exceeded IP traffic in the Core • 2011: After nearly 5-fold growth, IP video traffic in Metro and Access will represent more than 150% of Core traffic • fastest growing segments of communications networks – Metro (City) and Access (Last Mile) 7 ADC Proprietary and Confidential 170907 Cisco 2007 7 Source:
  8. 8. FTTX Technologies 8 Source:KMI ADC Proprietary and Confidential 170907 8
  9. 9. FSAN G-PON Architecture 9 ADC Proprietary and Confidential 170907 9
  10. 10. Optical Budget Considerations • MT connection - 0,45 dB CO OSP MDU • Four connector pairs – 0,8 dB loss ≈ 0.2 dB Splice • Five splices – 0.5 dB loss ≈ 0.1 dB Drop Closure • Splitters 1x64 ≈ 20.0 dB + 2x ≈ 0.2dB iFDH • 1550nm – 0,25 dB/km cable loss • 1490nm – 0.28dB/Km cable loss • 1310nm – 0.40dB/Km cable loss P-OLT Considering +28dB GPON budget: FDT FDH 0,5 dB+ 20,7 dB +0,95 dB Term/Splice = maximum link loss ≈ 22.15 dB 1:64 Splitter 2dB reserve + 22,15 = 24,15 dB ODF remaining cable link budget when 1:64 split ratio, 0.40 dB cable loss = 3,85 dB ≈ 9,625 km distance OSP Cable 0,5 dB 20,7 dB 0,95 dB 10 ONT ADC Proprietary and Confidential 170907 10
  11. 11. MDU Cabling Issue • FTTP deployment starting in urban areas – 50% living in MDUs – Existing copper infrastructure in most cases not suitable for high bandwidth (not future-proof) • Question – Using existing copper cabling (FTTB) » Most older than 30-40 years » Limitation in bandwidth – Installation of new Category 5 or Category 6 cables (FTTB) » Space required » Why spend money for new copper cables? – Installation of new fiber cables (FTTP) » ONT at customer premises • Reduced band radius fiber and Plug and Play solutions offer new opportunities towards FTTP • ADC KRONE offers new concept and solution 11 ADC Proprietary and Confidential 170907 11
  12. 12. Medium/High-Rise MDUs Challenges and Solutions Business Residential HORIZONTAL MDU Central Office Head End HIGH RISE MDU MEDIUM RISE MDU LOW RISE MDU 12 ADC Proprietary and Confidential 170907 12
  13. 13. Medium/High-Rise MDUs Challenges • MDU deployment issues – Building owners and tenants often want minimal disruption of their everyday life, and desire FTTP installation in as little time as possible. – MDUs are different and require significant flexibility in adjusting to local building requirements » High-rise MDU More than 100 living units » Medium-rise MDU Up to 30-100 living units » Low-rise MDU Up to 30 living units, typical – Limited space for riser cables; long vertical runs – Buildings often require mixed services for commercial customers – Installation has to be fast – Current methods of deployment rely heavily on splicing and custom engineering of each site 13 ADC Proprietary and Confidential 170907 13
  14. 14. Medium/High-Rise MDUs Plug and Play Technology and Solutions Customer Outlet FDT with Miniaturized Cable 3mm MT Stub RBF Drop Cable Indoor FDH Feeder Cable Closure 14 ADC Proprietary and Confidential 170907 14
  15. 15. Medium/High-Rise MDUs Plug and Play Technology and Solutions Plug and Play – Key Technologies • MT Connector Technology provides reliable, fast connection from fiber distribution terminals to fiber distribution hubs and eliminates the need for time consuming field cable preparation and splicing operations • Bend Optimized Fiber Technology requires less space for slack storage of excess fiber cable and allows for easier installation of distribution cables • Miniaturized Cable Technology requires less space for slack storage of excess fiber cable, takes up less space in riser for long vertical runs and reduces jacket material for economical usage of fewer cable lengths • Spinning FDT Technology, allows for easy pay off of MT connector and distribution cable • Tear Away Spool Technology, provides standard length FDT stubs, integrated slack storage, with minimal size impact 16 ADC Proprietary and Confidential 170907 16
  16. 16. Value of Plug and Play Technology • The Plug and Play MDU Solution – Provides greater ROI by lowering the overall cost of FTTP deployment – Accelerates the rate at which FTTP can be deployed – Allows for economic savings by reducing and even eliminating the need for splicing in the Level 3 and Level 4 portions of the network – Utilizes standard building blocks in many places that allows for stocking of standard cable lengths and types while providing built-in slack storage for excess cable 17 ADC Proprietary and Confidential 170907 17
  17. 17. Rapid Fiber Solution Clip 18 ADC Proprietary and Confidential 170907 18
  18. 18. Summary • New services will drive bandwidth demand • PON cost saving and flexible technology for bringing fiber to the building or to the premises • Fiber to the Premises is the answer to future proofing the network • MDU installation is key issue • Plug and play solutions suitable for high- and medium-rise buildings • Plug and Play technology is one way for cost and time saving installation 19 ADC Proprietary and Confidential 170907 19
  19. 19. Thanks for your attention! Joachim Brunzel Product Manager Tel.: +49 (30) 8543-2011 Fax: +49 (30) 8453- 5 2011 Mobile: +49 171 762 6925 e-mail: joachim.brunzel@adckrone.com 07

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