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    • CONFERENCE PAPERS E-CD START
    •  About the Fiber-to-the-Home Council Proceedings Order Form Conference Guide Table of Contents  Track Sessions Bios ● White Papers ● Presentations  Poster Sessions Bios ● White Papers  General Sessions Bios ● Presentations  Panel Sessions Bios ● Presentations www.ftthconference.com Platinum Sponsors
    • CONFERENCE PAPERS E-CD START
    • þ About the Fiber-to-the-Home Councilþ Proceedings Order Formþ Conference Guideþ Table of Contents þ Track Sessions Bios ● White Papers ● Presentations þ Poster Sessions Bios ● White Papers þ General Sessions Bios ● Presentations þ Panel Sessions Bios ● Presentations www.ftthconference.com Platinum Sponsors
    • þ About the Fiber-to-the-Home Councilþ Proceedings Order Formþ Conference Guideþ Table of Contents þ Track Sessions Bios ● White Papers ● Presentations þ Poster Sessions Bios ● White Papers þ General Sessions Bios ● Presentations þ Panel Sessions Bios ● Presentations www.ftthconference.com Platinum Sponsors
    • þ About the Fiber-to-the-Home Councilþ Proceedings Order Formþ Conference Guideþ Table of Contents þ Track Sessions Bios ● White Papers ● Presentations þ Poster Sessions Bios ● White Papers þ General Sessions Bios þ Panel Sessions Bios ● Presentations www.ftthconference.com Platinum Sponsors
    • þ About the Fiber-to-the-Home Councilþ Proceedings Order Formþ Conference Guideþ Table of Contents þ Track Sessions Bios ● White Papers ● Presentations þ Poster Sessions Bios ● White Papers þ General Sessions Bios ● Presentations þ Panel Sessions Bios ● Presentations www.ftthconference.com Platinum Sponsors
    •  About the Fiber-to-the-Home Council Proceedings Order Form Conference Guide Table of Contents  Track Sessions Bios ● White Papers ● Presentations  Poster Sessions Bios ● White Papers  General Sessions Bios ● Presentations  Panel Sessions Bios ● Presentations www.ftthconference.com Platinum Sponsors
    • ABOUT THE FIBER-TO-THE-HOME COUNCILWELCOME TO THE COMMUNITY OF EXPERTS IN FTTH!FTTH Council – North America – About the FTTH Council – September 2011 1
    • CONTENTSMission and Purpose ......................................................................................................................................... 3FTTH Council – Most Recent Year in Review ............................................................................................... 3FTTH at a Glance… ................................................................................................................................................ 6Global FTTH Councils ............................................................................................................................................. 6IN Q U I R I E S :Joe SavageInterim PresidentFTTH CouncilP.O. Box 13569Spokane Valley, WA 99213(503) 635-3114infofiber@ftthcouncil.org FTTH Council – North America – About the FTTH Council – September 2011 2
    • MISSION AND PURPOSEThe Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) Council is a non-profit association consisting of companiesand organizations that deliver video, Internet, voice services and emerging applications overhigh-bandwidth, next-generation, direct fiber optic connections – as well as those involved inplanning and building FTTH networks. Our mission is to educate the public and governmentofficials about the benefits of FTTH solutions and to promote and accelerate deployment offiber to the home and the resulting quality of life enhancements.Our objectives are to supply a consistent and accurate view of FTTH, promote FTTH marketdevelopment, and serve as the premier resource for information on fiber to the home.FTTH COUNCIL – MOST RECENT YEAR IN REVIEWOctober 27, 2010In the Final Accounting, FTTH Gets Most of Rural Broadband StimulusMore than half the broadband projects supported by the U.S. Department of Agricultures rural broadbandstimulus program and nearly two-thirds of the programs loan and grant money were awarded to projects thatinvolved building or expanding fiber to the premises networks, according to the Fiber to the Home CouncilNorth America. In a final project list issued last week by the USDA on its American Recovery and ReinvestmentAct (ARRA) funding, the departments Rural Utilities Service (RUS) reported that its Broadband InitiativesProgram (BIP) awarded $3.5 billion in loans and grants to 297 broadband infrastructure projects to extend thebenefits of broadband to rural communities.December 21st, 2010Fiber-to-the-Home Council Reacts to FCC Vote on Internet AccessDaniel OConnell, President of the Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) Council: "With todays vote to adopt openinternet access rules, the FCC appears to have constructed a temporary truce, striking a rough balancebetween the interests of users and broadband providers. While the Fiber-to-the-Home Council will reservefurther comment pending a detailed understanding of the Order and its implications for our members, we arehopeful that the Commission and other policymakers will now turn their full attention to fostering investmentand innovation in the telecommunications and broadband industries. Americans are clamoring for high-performance, next-generation broadband so that they can access the emerging services and applications thatare so critical to their economic future and quality of life." FTTH Council – North America – About the FTTH Council – September 2011 3
    • February 13, 2011FTTH Operators to Present Best Practices at Council WorkshopThe Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) Council will convene a workshop March 16 in Nashville focusing on bestpractices of telecommunications service providers that are operating FTTH networks. The latest in the FTTHCouncils series of "hot topic" workshops, which are open to the public, will take place at the Gaylord OprylandResort and Convention Center. Under the banner of Lighting the Way to FTTH Profitability: From Concept tothe Customer, the workshop agenda includes a full day of presentations, panel discussions and audienceparticipation featuring number of independent telecoms and public electric utilities - from Tennessee andbordering states - discussing their experiences in deploying all-fiber networks.April 14, 2011Council Report Says FTTH Stimulus Projects Now Moving ForwardThree-quarters of the broadband stimulus-funded projects to create or expand all-fiber networks have nowbroken ground or are on the verge of doing so, according to a survey report issued today by the Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) Council.The report, prepared for the Council by the market analyst firm RVA LLC, estimates that construction hasbegun on 38 percent of the fiber to the home projects funded by the American Recovery and ReinvestmentAct, while another 36 percent are actively preparing for construction to begin. Most of the remaining projectsare in some stage of engineering or environmental impact evaluation.May 19, 2011St. Louis FTTH Workshop to Feature KC-Area Business Leader on Google Fiber ProjectThe President of the Kansas City (KS) Chamber of Commerce will discuss the potential economic impact of thecitys upcoming Google fiber network at a day-long broadband workshop hosted by the Fiber-to-the-Home(FTTH) Council on Wednesday, June 8, at the St. Louis Hilton Frontenac in St. Louis, Missouri. The latest in theFTTH Councils series of "hot topic" workshops will feature a keynote address by Chamber president CindyCash, whose community was selected by Google from more than 1,000 applications to be the site for thecompanys first 1 gigabit per second experimental fiber to the home network. This week, Google announcedthat it will expand its project across the Missouri River and into Kansas City, MO, a city of 450,000.May 23, 2011FTTH Council Urges FCC to Preserve "High Cost Fund" to Keep Rural High-Speed Broadband onTrackSays average broadband users will need 25 Mbps connections within five years. Maintaining the High-Costuniversal service fund is critical to ensuring that the nations broadband universal service goals are achieved,according to a document filed today with the Federal Communications Commission by the Fiber-to-the-HomeCouncil, a non-profit organization that advocates for the expansion of next-generation broadband. TheCommission is considering severely reducing the High-Cost portion of the Universal Service Fund that supportsrural carriers who currently provide broadband services in high-cost areas. It would be replaced with a ConnectAmerica Fund (CAF), the aim of which would be to bring broadband to only unserved areas at a level ofbandwidth that is generally below what is available in most urban and suburban communities - with a standardof about 4 megabits per second for download and 1 megabit for uploading.June 15, 2011Survey Indicates FTTH Leads Other Broadband Services in Bandwidth Value, ConsumerSatisfactionSubscribers to fiber to the home (FTTH) services get considerably more bandwidth for the buck than thosewho receive their Internet and video services through cable or DSL, according to a new report commissionedby the Fiber-to-the-Home Council. The survey of more than 2,000 broadband subscribers, drawn randomlyfrom a nationally balanced panel of more than 3.2 million consumers by the market research firm RVA LLC, alsofound that overall satisfaction among FTTH users continues to lead that of other broadband subscribers, withthose answering "very satisfied" at 74 percent - up from 71 percent a year ago - compared to 54 percent forcable users and 51 percent for DSL. FTTH Council – North America – About the FTTH Council – September 2011 4
    • July 29, 2011FTTH Council Reacts to Telecoms’ Proposal for USF ReformThe Fiber-to-the-Home Council today issued a statement from its President, Daniel OConnell, in reaction to aUniversal Service Fund reform plan submitted to the FCC by six telecommunications companies: “The Fiber-to-the-Home Council recognizes the importance of reforming the universal service regime and supports efforts ofthe industry to coalesce on a plan to achieve this objective. As this process moves forward, we believe acritical objective should be a USF program that strongly encourages rural service providers to invest in next-generation networks. The link between the availability of high-performance broadband services and localeconomic development has never been more obvious, and USF is critical to ensuring that rural communities areable to compete, grow and prosper in the 21st century. “August 2, 2011FTTH Networks Lead the Pack in FCC Survey of Consumer Broadband SpeedsReal-world consumer experience shows that all-fiber broadband services perform better around the clock thanthose provided over other access networks (Fiber to the home (FTTH) networks outpaced cable-based andDSL services in the Federal Communications Commissions first nationwide performance study of residentialwireline broadband service in the United States using measurement technology deployed in the consumershome. The report issued today by the FCC, Measuring Broadband America, found that, with regard to peakperiod download speeds as compared to a 24-hour average, FTTH services delivered virtually peak speedsaround the clock, while drop-off in performance during peak usage periods was 5.5 percent for DSL and 7.3percent for cable-based services.August 18, 2011North American Fiber to the Home Industry to Gather for Annual ConferenceThe architect of the U.S. National Broadband Plan and a senior executive at Google will discuss theirorganizations latest fiber initiatives as broadband leaders from around the world gather in Orlando next monthfor the 2011 FTTH Conference & Expo, to take place at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin ResortSeptember 26-30. Recently added to the closing panel discussion on broadband policy and regulation is BlairLevin, who was executive director of the NBP at the Federal Communications Commission and now leads Gig.U,an initiative to bring super-fast Internet connections to communities where Americas leading researchuniversities are located. Also joining that panel is Richard Whitt, Washington Telecom and Media Counsel forGoogle Inc., who will discuss his companys efforts to promote the development of all-fiber networks, includingthe gigabit-enabled service that Google is building in the Kansas City area. FTTH Council – North America – About the FTTH Council – September 2011 5
    • FTTH AT A GLANCENORTH AMERICA(MARCH 2011)Homes Passed: 20.9 millionHomes Connected: 7.1 millionNumber of FTTH Providers: 770+Percentage of FTTH Customers who say they are “Very Satisfied” With TheirService: • Internet Speed – 74% (compared to 54% for cable modem users and 51% for DSL) • Television HD Picture Quality – 77% (compared to 46% for cable users and 55% for satellite users)GLOBAL FTTH COUNCILSFiber-to-the-Home Council North America – The Fiber-to-the-Home Council NorthAmerica is one of five membership organizations engaged in promoting the FTTH industry ona regional scale – the other four being the Fiber-to-the-Home Council Europe, the Fiber-to-the-Home Council Asia-Pacific, the Fiber-to-the-Home Council Middle East & North Africa,and the Fiber-to-the-Home Council Africa. In addition, there is an FTTH Council LatinAmerican Chapter that operates under the auspices of the FTTH Council North America. Thefive global councils maintain close relationships and cooperate on global issues andinitiatives, sending delegations to each other’s key meetings and conferences and workingcollaboratively in compiling global statistics on FTTH and determining common frameworksfor technical and marketing terminologies.Fiber to the Home (FTTH) Council Europe - The FTTH Council Europe is a marketdevelopment organization with a mission to accelerate the availability of fiber-based,broadband access networks to consumers and businesses. With few exceptions, Europe lagswell behind the US and Asian tiger economies in the availability of high-speed broadbandservices (100 Mbps and upwards). The Council believes that the development of fiber-basedaccess networks is fundamental to the deployment of such services, and hence to reapingtheir benefits for European citizens and businesses. The Councils charter is to work withEuropean governments, policy-makers, investors and opinion leaders qualify and quantify thebenefits to be gained from fiber-based broadband access networks, and to identify and help FTTH Council – North America – About the FTTH Council – September 2011 6
    • to erode the barriers to their development. The mission of the Council is to make sure thatall network-investors decide for FTTH, resulting in a tenfold of FTTH-connections in Europewithin the next 3-5 years. Council members are drawn from the telecoms (vendors),broadband content and academic sectors.FTTH Council Europe asblExcelsiorlaan 91B-1930 ZaventemBelgiumTel: +43.699.19081622Fax +43 2855 71142E-mail: info@ftthcouncil.euWeb: www.ftthcouncil.euFTTH Council Asia-Pacific – The FTTH Council Asia-Pacific (www.ftthcouncilap.org) is anon-profit organization whose mission is to educate, promote and accelerate FTTH and theresulting economic and quality-of-life enhancements across the Asia-Pacific region. Formallyregistered in February 2005, and with over 40 member organizations spread across theAsia-Pac region, the Council maintains close links with sister organizations in Europe andNorth America. The Council is a group of leading telecom, networking, and infrastructurecompanies whose mandate is to promote the extension of fiber access across the AsiaPacific region including Greater China, Korea, Japan, SE Asia, India, Thailand and Australia.FTTH Council Asia-Pacific5th Floor, 1-5-1, Kiba, Koto-kuTokyo 135-8512, JapanEmail: info@ftthcouncilap.orgWeb: www.ftthcouncilap.orgFTTH Council Middle East & North Africa -- The FTTH Council Middle East and NorthAfrica is an industry organization with a mission to accelerate FTTH adoption by allbroadband stakeholders through information and promotion, in order to accelerate theavailability of fiber-based, ultra-high-speed access networks to consumers and businesses.We promote FTTH because it delivers a flow of new services that enhances the quality oflife, contributes to a better environment and boosts competitiveness. Our vision : anenhanced life enabled by fiber to the home. Creating a sustainable future is not just aboutprotecting the environment, but it is also about wider benefits to society and its citizens,and the economic health of communities and nations. Fiber to the Home has a positiveimpact on all three of these areas. FTTH Council – North America – About the FTTH Council – September 2011 7
    • Table of Contents Track SessionsT-101-G Progress in 10G-PON Frank Effenberger, Senior Director – Huawei Technologies USA y Biography y Paper y PresentationT-102-G Achieving IEC Standard 61300-3-35 Compliance for Fiber Connectors Matt Brown, Director of Product Management, Fiber Inspection – JDSU y Biography y Paper y PresentationT-103-G Early FTTH deployments drive economic growth-but can we prove it? David Russell, Solutions Marketing Director – Calix y Biography y Paper y PresentationT-104-G Serving Rural Communities with Triple Play Services Thomas Fuerst, Senior Director, Multimedia Solutions Marketing – Alcatel- Lucent y Biography y Paper y PresentationT-105-G Argentina: Provisión de clientes-Más que un cambio de tecnología Sergio Sargenti, Se desempeña como Jefe – Telefónica de Argentina S.A. y Biography y Paper y PresentationT-201-G Do We Need WDM PON Today? Ed Harstead, Marketing Manager – Alcatel-Lucent y Biography y Paper y PresentationT-202-G Best Practices and Trends in MDU Construction Thomas LeBlanc, Market manager – TE Connectivity y Biography y PaperT-203-G FTTP “Last Mile” Delivery Through Utilisation of Existing Municipal Assets Adrian Crook, Divisional Director – i3 America Inc. y Biography y Paper y PresentationT-204-G Planting Your Fiber-to-the-Home Project into Your Corporate Culture Paula Chenchar Hänus, Director of Creative Services – OmniTel Communications y Biography y Paper y Presentation Table of Contents
    • T-205-G Mejorando el rendimiento financiero con redes de acceso en fibra óptica Antonio Diaz, Regional Sales Manager – Calix y Biography y Paper y PresentationT-301-G Network Line Power: Green, Low-cost, Friendly, and Easy Neil Olsen, VP Marketing – Generonix y Biography y Paper y PresentationT-302-G Becoming an FTTH Organization – Lessons Learned Kenneth Edison, Director, FibreOP Program – Bell Aliant y Biography y PresentationT-303-A Fiber to the Home – Structuring Partnerships for Success (Public and Private) Lawrence Freedman, Partner – Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge LLP y Biography y Paper y PresentationT-304-A Improve FTTH Economics by Expanding PON to Gain Business Revenues John Hoover, Senior Product Manager, Access Product Marketing – Tellabs, Inc. y Biography y Paper y PresentationT-305-I Os desafios em acelerar a cobertura e conectar Clientes em FTTH Rafael Sgrott Martins, Manager – Telefonica Brazil y Biography y Paper y PresentationT-401-I Ways to Solve the MDU Challenge of Deploying Fiber to the Subscriber Thomas Knuth, Program Manager, Global MDU – Corning Cable Systems y Biography y Paper y PresentationT-402-G Optical Splitter Design David Stallworth, Manager – OFS y Biography y Paper y PresentationT-403-I Legal Issues and Economic Impacts Surrounding FTTH Projects Jim Baller, President – Baller Herbst Law Group y Biography y Paper y PresentationT-404-G Distributed Tap Design for FTTH Networks in Rural Markets Bill Shreffler, CEO – Pulse Broadband y Biography y Paper y Presentation Track Sessions
    • T-405-G Nueva metodologia para evaluacion y medicion remota de la red ODN a traves de los splitters Helio Silvino de Almeida Prata, Ingeniero Electrónico, CPqD y Biography y Paper y PresentationT-501-G Evolutions in Network Components Impacting FTTH Deployment in Brownfield MDUs Linnea Wilkes, Global MDU Business Development Manager – 3M y Biography y Paper y PresentationT-502-G Central Office Strategies for Speeding FTTH Service Turn-up Requirements Robert Bachtell, Sales Engineer – TE Connectivity y Biography y Paper y PresentationT-503-G New Ways to Use Fiber-to-the-Home Technology R. Michael Browder, CEO – BTES y Biography y PresentationT-504-G Outsourcing Your Services: Is Your FTTH Architecture Ready? Kevin Bourg, VP of International Sales Engineering – Enablence Systems y Biography y Paper y PresentationT-601-G Innovative Fusion Quality Mechanical Splicing Technology for FTTH Deployment Fadila Khelfaoui, Scientific Director - phasoptx y Biography y Paper y PresentationT-602-G Lessons Learned from an Ongoing FTTH Stimulus Project Kris Ward, Business Development Manager – ATMC y Biography y PresentationT-603-G Fiber to the Home: A Key Element for Smart Electric Grids Jason Cohen, President & COO – Allied Fiber y Biography y Paper y PresentationT-604-G Open Access Networks – The Unique Operational Challenges Christopher Beisner, Director – Access Network Products – ETI Software Solutions y Biography y Paper y Presentation
    • T-701-I Planning and Deployment of a National Open-Access PON Andrew Afflerbach, CEO/Director of Engineering – CTC y Biography y Paper y PresentationT-702-I Fiber, Cable, and Connectors 201 – What Do All of These Specifications Mean for My Network? Mark Boxer, Applications Engineering Manager – OFS y Biography y Paper y PresentationT-703-G FTTH Evolution of HFC Plants Timothy Brophy, Business Development Manager – Cisco Systems y Biography y PaperT-704-G El desafío de los edificios de viviendas: cableado de los últimos metros Jose Luis Novoa Lozano, Gerente de Tecnologías de Acceso Fijo - Telefónica España y Biography y PaperT-801-G Distribution of Satellite TV over a Passive Optical Network Malcolm Burrell, Technical Director – Global Invacom Ltd y Biography y Paper y PresentationT-802-G How to Get the Most Out of Your FTTH Build: A Recipe for Success Jerry Sharp, Chief Technology Officer – AEG Serivces, LLC y Biography y Paper y PresentationT-803-G Services over FTTH: What Services and Business Models Can We Expect? Roland Montagne, Director Telecons Business Unit – IDATE y Biography y Paper y Presentation
    • FTTH Council Middle East & North AfricaWadi Saqra Street - Building no.46 - Amman - JordanTel: +962 6 4621621Fax: +962 6 4625285Email: info@ftthcouncilmena.orgFTTH Council Africa – The FTTH Council Africa believes that the development anddeployment of fibre based broadband access networks will enhance the quality of life forSouth African citizens and Africa as a whole, and provide African countries with aninfrastructure that will allow its companies to increase their effectiveness andcompetitiveness within the global marketplace. The council’s charter is to educate Africagovernments, policymakers and political leaders on why and how high speed fibreconnectivity can be delivered to citizens within the next years. Through consulting with allmajor stakeholders, understanding their strategies and concerns - we endeavor to be thevoice for the industry and creating a better future for all involved.Juanita ClarkChief Executive Officerjuanita@ftthcouncilafrica.comTelephone: +27126611592Fax: +27865792606Postal:Postnet Suite #477PrivateBagX1007Lyttelton0140South AfricaFTTH Council North America Latin America Chapter – The Latin America Chapter ofthe FTTH Council is comprised of a diverse group of telecom service providers, high-techmanufacturers and other enterprises from across Latin America. The aim is to promote thedevelopment of next-generation, high-bandwidth internet, voice and video services toresidences throughout the region. Gilberto Guitarte of TE Connectivity is the chapterpresident. The Latin America Chapter includes standing committees for finance, technology,marketing and regulatory matters as well as for liaison between the local chapter and theFTTH Council North America.Contact: Giberto Guitarte, LATAM Chapter Representative to the BoardEmail: latamchapter@ftthcouncil.org FTTH Council – North America – About the FTTH Council – September 2011 8
    • Proceedings Order FormDate: ____________________________Vendor: 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo Ship to: Legend Confe rence Planning Attn: Bre nda W illiamson PO Box 1292 Kemptville , O N Canada K0G 1J0 Te l.: 613-226-9988 x Fax: 613-258-7925 bre nda@legendconfe rences.comQuantity Product Unit Price Price 1. Confe rence E-Proceedings -Including the Ex po Guide , Track Session and Poste r Session written pape rs & Track Session, Pane l and Carrie r $150.00* Pane l available presentations Please choose : URL Link CD 2. Fundamentals of FTTx (Fibe r 102) Work shop Manual $ 50.00 3. Introduction for Fibe r Optics DVD $50.00* 4. Fundamentals of Fibe r Optics – A Prime r on Optical Fibe rs DVD $125.00* 5. Fibe r Optic Patch Pane ls, C losures and Pe destals DVD $125.00* 6. Fibe r Optic Passive De vices DVD $125.00* 7. Fibe r Optic System Design DVD $125.00* 8. FTTx Compute r-based Training CD $125.00*TOTA L $*Plus shipping cost **All prices are in US dollars.Payment Method - Credit Card Only Visa  Maste rCard  Ame rican Ex pressCard #: Ex piry Date:Card Holde r’s Name: C VV code:Te lephone numbe r: ( ) - Zip Code:Signature: Your statement will show as “FTTH Council” This form can be returned by fax to: 613-258-7925
    • Table of Contents Track SessionsT-101-G Progress in 10G-PON Frank Effenberger, Senior Director – Huawei Technologies USA  Biography  Paper  PresentationT-102-G Achieving IEC Standard 61300-3-35 Compliance for Fiber Connectors Matt Brown, Director of Product Management, Fiber Inspection – JDSU  Biography  Paper  PresentationT-103-G Early FTTH deployments drive economic growth-but can we prove it? David Russell, Solutions Marketing Director – Calix  Biography  Paper  PresentationT-104-G Serving Rural Communities with Triple Play Services Thomas Fuerst, Senior Director, Multimedia Solutions Marketing – Alcatel- Lucent  Biography  Paper  PresentationT-105-G Argentina: Provisión de clientes-Más que un cambio de tecnología Sergio Sargenti, Se desempeña como Jefe – Telefónica de Argentina S.A.  Biography  Paper  PresentationT-201-G Do We Need WDM PON Today? Ed Harstead, Marketing Manager – Alcatel-Lucent  Biography  Paper  PresentationT-202-G Best Practices and Trends in MDU Construction Thomas LeBlanc, Market manager – TE Connectivity  Biography  Paper  PresentationT-203-G FTTP “Last Mile” Delivery Through Utilisation of Existing Municipal Assets Adrian Crook, Divisional Director – i3 America Inc.  Biography  Paper  PresentationT-204-G Planting Your Fiber-to-the-Home Project into Your Corporate Culture Paula Chenchar Hanus, Director of Creative Services – OmniTel Communications  Biography  Paper  Presentation Table of Contents
    • T-205-G Mejorando el rendimiento financiero con redes de acceso en fibra óptica Antonio Diaz, Regional Sales Manager – Calix  Biography  Paper  PresentationT-301-G Network Line Power: Green, Low-cost, Friendly, and Easy Neil Olsen, VP Marketing – Generonix  Biography  Paper  PresentationT-302-G Becoming an FTTH Organization – Lessons Learned Kenneth Edison, Director, FibreOP Program – Bell Aliant  Biography  PresentationT-303-A Fiber to the Home – Structuring Partnerships for Success (Public and Private) Lawrence Freedman, Partner – Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge LLP  Biography  Paper  PresentationT-304-A Improve FTTH Economics by Expanding PON to Gain Business Revenues John Hoover, Senior Product Manager, Access Product Marketing – Tellabs, Inc.  Biography  Paper  PresentationT-305-I Os desafios em acelerar a cobertura e conectar Clientes em FTTH Rafael Sgrott Martins, Manager – Telefonica Brazil  Biography  Paper  PresentationT-401-I Ways to Solve the MDU Challenge of Deploying Fiber to the Subscriber Thomas Knuth, Program Manager, Global MDU – Corning Cable Systems  Biography  Paper  PresentationT-402-G Optical Splitter Design David Stallworth, Manager – OFS  Biography  Paper  PresentationT-403-I Legal Issues and Economic Impacts Surrounding FTTH Projects Jim Baller, President – Baller Herbst Law Group  Biography  Paper  PresentationT-404-G Distributed Tap Design for FTTH Networks in Rural Markets Bill Shreffler, CEO – Pulse Broadband  Biography  Paper  Presentation Track Sessions
    • Table of Contents Panel SessionsPAN-100-G – MDU ConsiderationsFiber to the MDU can bring FTTH services to the many subscribers residing inapartments and condominiums. There are over 80M MDUs residences in theAmericas but fewer than 5M with direct fiber connections. New technologies makeFiber to the MDU easier than ever, and big FTTH bandwidth enables superior servicesto attract more subscribers. Come learn how to reach MDU residents with FTTHservices by understanding the challenges and latest approaches for bringing fiber tothe unit, and learn about the services, marketing, and lessons learned from leadingand emerging Fiber to the MDU service providers. Moderator: John George, Systems and Applications Engineering – OFS y Biography y Presentation Panelists: Mona Simon, Communications Engineering & Operations Supervisor – Lafayette Utilities System dba LUS Fiber y Biography y Presentation Katie Espeseth, Vice President – EPB Fiber Optics y Biography y Presentation Michael Weston, Director of Marketing Operation – Verizon Enhanced Communities y Biography y Presentation Barry Walton, Senior Advisor – Access FTTH – Bell Aliant y Biography y Presentation William P. Kloss, Senior Sales Director, Americas – OFS y Biography y Presentation
    • PAN-400-G – Large Carrier PerspectivesDont miss this opportunity to hear executives from some of the globes most influentialFiber to the Home carriers. From the initial business case to the final deployment, thesevisionaries will discuss successes, challenges and lessons learned from their Fiber to theHome initiatives. Moderator: Robert Whitman, Director, FTTH Programs – Corning Inc. y Biography Panelists: Kenneth Edison, Director, FiberOP Program – Bell-Aliant y Biography y Presentation Larry Boehm, Director – Network Implementation – TDS Telecom y Biography Joanna Salhab Federici, Fiber Optic Product Manager – Telefonica Brazil y BiographyPAN-500-G – Marketing in a Broadband Applications Driven WorldMarketing in an applications driven world has both tremendous opportunities andchallenges. Today with increasing intensity customers are digitizing their life. This massdigitization is driven by the customers’ need for convenience, speed, security and quickaccess to knowledge, entertainment and communications. The Service Providers whodeliver these “needs” in a user friendly and price sensitive manner can rule their marketsand secure their futures. Delivering these services as applications will require a robustnetwork with the ability to grow adapt and adopt. These discussions will be led byindustry experts in the fields of communications, entertainment and networks. Boththought provoking and practical information to meet these challenges and opportunitieswill be presented. Moderator: Bernie Arnason, Managing Partner and Founder – Pivot Media y Biography Panelists: Chris Carabello, Director – Market Development – Metaswitch Networks y Biography y Presentation Ron Holcomb, VP for Business Development – Tantalus Systems y Biography y Presentation Bryan Rader, CEO – Bandwidth Consulting LLC y Biography y Presentation Bruce Churchill, Channel Manager – Microsoft Entertainment y Biography
    • PAN-700-G – Lighting the EconomyWe will share about our experiences as providers of FTTH services with regard to whatFTTH technology has meant to our communities in terms of economic development, aswell as how important fiber technology is to our local anchor institutions. We willdiscuss the benefits of “fibering up” our customers and communities, with a particularfocus on the opportunities it has brought for improving education, health, learning andoverall quality of life. Through sharing our knowledge, we hope to helptelecommunications providers and community leaders better understand the value ofnext-generation, all-fiber networks in lighting their local economies. Moderator: David St. John, Principal – St. John Communications LLC y Biography Panelists: Kelley Dunne, CEO/President – One Economy Corp. y Biography y Presentation Ritchie Sorrells, President and CEO – GVTC Communications y Biography y Presentation Katie Espeseth, Vice President – EPB Fiber Optics y Biography y Presentation Mona Simon, Communications Engineering & Operations Supervisor – Lafayette Utilities System dba LUS Fiber y Biography y Presentation
    • T-405-G Nueva metodologia para evaluacion y medicion remota de la red ODN a traves de los splitters Helio Silvino de Almeida Prata, Ingeniero Electrónico, CPqD  Biography  Paper  PresentationT-501-G Evolutions in Network Components Impacting FTTH Deployment in Brownfield MDUs Linnea Wilkes, Global MDU Business Development Manager – 3M  Biography  Paper  PresentationT-502-G Central Office Strategies for Speeding FTTH Service Turn-up Requirements Robert Bachtell, Sales Engineer – TE Connectivity  Biography  Paper  PresentationT-503-G New Ways to Use Fiber-to-the-Home Technology R. Michael Browder, CEO – BTES  Biography  PresentationT-504-G Outsourcing Your Services: Is Your FTTH Architecture Ready? Kevin Bourg, VP of International Sales Engineering – Enablence Systems  Biography  Paper  PresentationT-601-G Innovative Fusion Quality Mechanical Splicing Technology for FTTH Deployment Fadila Khelfaoui, Scientific Director - phasoptx  Biography  Paper  PresentationT-602-G Lessons Learned from an Ongoing FTTH Stimulus Project Kris Ward, Business Development Manager – ATMC  Biography  PresentationT-603-G Fiber to the Home: A Key Element for Smart Electric Grids Jason Cohen, President & COO – Allied Fiber  Biography  Paper  PresentationT-604-G Open Access Networks – The Unique Operational Challenges Christopher Beisner, Director – Access Network Products – ETI Software Solutions  Biography  Paper  Presentation
    • T-701-I Planning and Deployment of a National Open-Access PON Andrew Afflerbach, CEO/Director of Engineering – CTC  Biography  Paper  PresentationT-702-I Fiber, Cable, and Connectors 201 – What Do All of These Specifications Mean for My Network? Mark Boxer, Applications Engineering Manager – OFS  Biography  Paper  PresentationT-703-G FTTH Evolution of HFC Plants Timothy Brophy, Business Development Manager – Cisco Systems  Biography  Paper  PresentationT-704-G El desafío de los edificios de viviendas: cableado de los últimos metros Jose Luis Novoa Lozano, Gerente de Tecnologías de Acceso Fijo - Telefónica España  Biography  Paper  PresentationT-801-G Distribution of Satellite TV over a Passive Optical Network Malcolm Burrell, Technical Director – Global Invacom Ltd  Biography  Paper  PresentationT-802-G How to Get the Most Out of Your FTTH Build: A Recipe for Success Jerry Sharp, Chief Technology Officer – AEG Serivces, LLC  Biography  Paper  PresentationT-803-G Services over FTTH: What Services and Business Models Can We Expect? Roland Montagne, Director Telecons Business Unit – IDATE  Biography  Paper  Presentation
    • Table of Contents Poster SessionsPS-210-G Lessons Learned Deploying FTTP RFoG in MDUs/SFUs Raymond Shedden, Director – Multicom, Inc.  Biography  PaperPS-211-G WDM PON Architecture and Technology Options: an Application and Business Perspective Stephan Neidlinger, VP Applications and Solutions – ADVA Optical Networking  Biography  PaperPS-212-G Simplified FTTH Installation Brings Increased Job Possibilities at Reduced Costs Larry Malone, President, Americas – Miniflex  Biography  PaperPS-213-G Expanding the Reach of Fiber to the Home with Ultra Broadband Ethernet Kevin Morgan, Director of Product Marketing, Carrier Network Division – ADTRAN, Inc.  Biography  PaperPS-214-G Driving the Development for Fiber Broadband Community with SERViCE Su-Hua Wu, Associate Analyst – Institute for Information Industry  Biography  PaperPS-215-G Innovative, Advanced and Economic FTTH Deployment Technologies Leo J. Zeindlhofer, President and CEO – CableRunner International  Biography  PaperPS-410-I Lessons Learned with FTTH Network Design, Rollout and Implementation in the Sultanate of Oman Stefanus van der Merwe, Consultant – Detecon International GmbH Bader Saud Mohammed Al Zaidi, Senior Manager Access Network Design – Omantel  Biography  PaperPS-411-G RFTS to Reduce OPEX Costs for FTTH Deployments Troy Veitenheimer, General Manager – NTest , Inc.  Biography  Paper Table of Contents
    • PS-412-I Advanced GIS Tagging for Efficient FTTH Network Management Kiran Kumar Solipuram, Assistant Project Manager – Infotech Enterprises Ltd  BiographyPS-421-G WDM PON- Its Affect on Today’s Optical Splitter OSP Design David Stallworth, Manager - OFS  Biography  PaperPS-423-I IPTV QoE Improvement on FTTH Service Network Jeong-Gook Kwon, Principal Researcher - ETRI  Biography  PaperPS-424-G Impairments and Design of WDM-PON Based on Injection Seeding Chang-Hee Lee, Professor – KAIST  Biography  PaperPS-425-G Transforming the FTTH Network – Enabling Efficiency from the Core to the Edge Kevin Morgan, Director of Product Marketing, Carrier Network Division – ADTRAN, Inc.  Biography  PaperPS-710-G FTTH in Denmark From Design to Deployment Ian Fudge, CEO Fiberoptic trainer – Fiberdk ApS  BiographyPS-711-G Compact Cable Designs Mean Financial Gains for FTTH Networks Marie LaHoud, Global Marketing Director Fiber Optic Materials – DSM Functional Materials  Biography  PaperPS-712-G Setting the Cornerstone Diarmuid Kelly, Director Sales International – AND Solution GmbH  Biography  Paper
    • PS-412-I Advanced GIS Tagging for Efficient FTTH Network Management Kiran Kumar Solipuram, Assistant Project Manager – Infotech Enterprises Ltd  Biography  PaperPS-421-G WDM PON- Its Affect on Today’s Optical Splitter OSP Design David Stallworth, Manager - OFS  Biography  PaperPS-423-I IPTV QoE Improvement on FTTH Service Network Jeong-Gook Kwon, Principal Researcher - ETRI  Biography  PaperPS-424-G Impairments and Design of WDM-PON Based on Injection Seeding Chang-Hee Lee, Professor – KAIST  Biography  PaperPS-425-G Transforming the FTTH Network – Enabling Efficiency from the Core to the Edge Kevin Morgan, Director of Product Marketing, Carrier Network Division – ADTRAN, Inc.  Biography  PaperPS-710-G FTTH in Denmark From Design to Deployment Ian Fudge, CEO Fiberoptic trainer – Fiberdk ApS  BiographyPS-711-G Compact Cable Designs Mean Financial Gains for FTTH Networks Marie LaHoud, Global Marketing Director Fiber Optic Materials – DSM Functional Materials  Biography  PaperPS-712-G Setting the Cornerstone Diarmuid Kelly, Director Sales International – AND Solution GmbH  Biography  Paper
    • PS-713-B Calculating Optical Loss Budgets for FTTH Networks Dominic Ruggiero, Sales Engineer – Multicom, Inc  Biography  PaperPS-714-G Enterprise GIS: Keeping You Ahead of the Competition Danny Petrecca, Director of Product Management, Telvent  Biography  Paper
    • PS-412-I Advanced GIS Tagging for Efficient FTTH Network Management Kiran Kumar Solipuram, Assistant Project Manager – Infotech Enterprises Ltd y BiographyPS-413-G Connector and Cable Approaches That May Facilitate MDU Build Helmut T Knehr, Senior Systems Engineer – Telcordia Technologies y BiographyPS-421-G WDM PON- Its Affect on Today’s Optical Splitter OSP Design David Stallworth, Manager - OFS y Biography y PaperPS-422-G Use of Single Mode Multi-Fiber Connectors Helmut T Knehr, Senior Systems Engineer – Telcordia Technologies Mustafa Ozgur, Systems Engineer – Telcordia Technologies y BiographyPS-423-I IPTV QoE Improvement on FTTH Service Network Jeong-Gook Kwon, Principal Researcher - ETRI y Biography y PaperPS-424-G Impairments and Design of WDM-PON Based on Injection Seeding Chang-Hee Lee, Professor – KAIST y Biography y PaperPS-425-G Transforming the FTTH Network – Enabling Efficiency from the Core to the Edge Kevin Morgan, Director of Product Marketing, Carrier Network Division – ADTRAN, Inc. y Biography y PaperPS-710-G FTTH in Denmark From Design to Deployment Ian Fudge, CEO Fiberoptic trainer – Fiberdk ApS y BiographyPS-711-G Compact Cable Designs Mean Financial Gains for FTTH Networks Marie LaHoud, Global Marketing Director Fiber Optic Materials – DSM Functional Materials y Biography y Paper
    • PS-412-I Advanced GIS Tagging for Efficient FTTH Network Management Kiran Kumar Solipuram, Assistant Project Manager – Infotech Enterprises Ltd  Biography  PaperPS-421-G WDM PON- Its Affect on Today’s Optical Splitter OSP Design David Stallworth, Manager - OFS  Biography  PaperPS-423-I IPTV QoE Improvement on FTTH Service Network Jeong-Gook Kwon, Principal Researcher - ETRI  Biography  PaperPS-424-G Impairments and Design of WDM-PON Based on Injection Seeding Chang-Hee Lee, Professor – KAIST  Biography  PaperPS-425-G Transforming the FTTH Network – Enabling Efficiency from the Core to the Edge Kevin Morgan, Director of Product Marketing, Carrier Network Division – ADTRAN, Inc.  Biography  PaperPS-710-G FTTH in Denmark From Design to Deployment Ian Fudge, CEO Fiberoptic trainer – Fiberdk ApS  BiographyPS-711-G Compact Cable Designs Mean Financial Gains for FTTH Networks Marie LaHoud, Global Marketing Director Fiber Optic Materials – DSM Functional Materials  Biography  Paper
    • PS-712-G Setting the Cornerstone Diarmuid Kelly, Director Sales International – AND Solution GmbH  Biography  PaperPS-713-B Calculating Optical Loss Budgets for FTTH Networks Dominic Ruggiero, Sales Engineer – Multicom, Inc  Biography  PaperPS-714-G Enterprise GIS: Keeping You Ahead of the Competition Danny Petrecca, Director of Product Management, Telvent  Biography  Paper
    • Table of Contents General SessionsGS-100-G Opening General Session with Keynote Speakers Daniel O’Connell, President – FTTH Council  Biography  Presentation Kyle Hollifield, VP Marketing and Business Development – Bristol Viriginia Utilities  Biography  Presentation Virginia Ruesterholz, Executive Vice President and President, Verizon Services Operations (VSO) - Verizon  Biography  Presentation Michael Render, President – Render, Vanderslice & Associates  Biography  Presentation Chris Holden, President – FTTH Council Europe  Biography  Presentation Frank Jaffer, President – FTTH Council Asia-Pacific  Biography  Presentation Gilberto Guitarte, LATAM Chapter Chairman – FTTH Council LATAM  Biography  PresentationGS-200-G Closing General Session with Keynote Speakers Tom Cohen, FTTH Legal Counsel – Kelley, Drye & Warren, LLP  Biography  Presentation Rick Whitt, Director/Managing Counsel, Telecom and Media Policy - Google  Biography  Presentation Blair Levin, Fellow, Aspen Institute Communications and Society Program; Executive Director, Gig. U – The Aspen Institute  Biography  Presentation Michael Romano, Senior Vice President, NTCA  Biography  Presentation
    • Table of Contents Panel SessionsPAN-100-G – MDU ConsiderationsFiber to the MDU can bring FTTH services to the many subscribers residing inapartments and condominiums. There are over 80M MDUs residences in theAmericas but fewer than 5M with direct fiber connections. New technologies makeFiber to the MDU easier than ever, and big FTTH bandwidth enables superior servicesto attract more subscribers. Come learn how to reach MDU residents with FTTHservices by understanding the challenges and latest approaches for bringing fiber tothe unit, and learn about the services, marketing, and lessons learned from leadingand emerging Fiber to the MDU service providers. Moderator: John George, Systems and Applications Engineering – OFS  Biography  Presentation Panelists: Mona Simon, Communications Engineering & Operations Supervisor – Lafayette Utilities System dba LUS Fiber  Biography  Presentation Katie Espeseth, Vice President – EPB Fiber Optics  Biography  Presentation Michael Weston, Director of Marketing Operation – Verizon Enhanced Communities  Biography  Presentation Barry Walton, Senior Advisor – Access FTTH – Bell Aliant  Biography  Presentation William P. Kloss, Senior Sales Director, Americas – OFS  Biography  Presentation
    • PAN-400-G – Large Carrier PerspectivesDont miss this opportunity to hear executives from some of the globes most influentialFiber to the Home carriers. From the initial business case to the final deployment, thesevisionaries will discuss successes, challenges and lessons learned from their Fiber to theHome initiatives. Moderator: Robert Whitman, Director, FTTH Programs – Corning Inc.  Biography Panelists: Kenneth Edison, Director, FiberOP Program – Bell-Aliant  Biography  Presentation Larry Boehm, Director – Network Implementation – TDS Telecom  Biography  Presentation Joanna Salhab Federici, Fiber Optic Product Manager – Telefonica Brazil  Biography  PresentationPAN-500-G – Marketing in a Broadband Applications Driven WorldMarketing in an applications driven world has both tremendous opportunities andchallenges. Today with increasing intensity customers are digitizing their life. This massdigitization is driven by the customers’ need for convenience, speed, security and quickaccess to knowledge, entertainment and communications. The Service Providers whodeliver these “needs” in a user friendly and price sensitive manner can rule their marketsand secure their futures. Delivering these services as applications will require a robustnetwork with the ability to grow adapt and adopt. These discussions will be led byindustry experts in the fields of communications, entertainment and networks. Boththought provoking and practical information to meet these challenges and opportunitieswill be presented. Moderator: Bernie Arnason, Managing Partner and Founder – Pivot Media  Biography  Presentation Panelists: Chris Carabello, Director – Market Development – Metaswitch Networks  Biography  Presentation Ron Holcomb, VP for Business Development – Tantalus Systems  Biography  Presentation Bryan Rader, CEO – Bandwidth Consulting LLC  Biography  Presentation Bruce Churchill, Channel Manager – Microsoft Entertainment  Biography  Presentation
    • PAN-700-G – Lighting the EconomyWe will share about our experiences as providers of FTTH services with regard to whatFTTH technology has meant to our communities in terms of economic development, aswell as how important fiber technology is to our local anchor institutions. We willdiscuss the benefits of “fibering up” our customers and communities, with a particularfocus on the opportunities it has brought for improving education, health, learning andoverall quality of life. Through sharing our knowledge, we hope to helptelecommunications providers and community leaders better understand the value ofnext-generation, all-fiber networks in lighting their local economies.   Moderator: David St. John, Principal – St. John Communications LLC  Biography  Presentation Panelists: Kelley Dunne, CEO/President – One Economy Corp.  Biography  Presentation Ritchie Sorrells, President and CEO – GVTC Communications  Biography  Presentation Katie Espeseth, Vice President – EPB Fiber Optics  Biography  Presentation Mona Simon, Communications Engineering & Operations Supervisor – Lafayette Utilities System dba LUS Fiber  Biography  Presentation
    • Table of Contents Poster SessionsPS-210-G Lessons Learned Deploying FTTP RFoG in MDUs/SFUs Raymond Shedden, Director – Multicom, Inc.  Biography  PaperPS-211-G WDM PON Architecture and Technology Options: an Application and Business Perspective Stephan Neidlinger, VP Applications and Solutions – ADVA Optical Networking  Biography  PaperPS-212-G Simplified FTTH Installation Brings Increased Job Possibilities at Reduced Costs Larry Malone, President, Americas – Miniflex  Biography  PaperPS-213-G Expanding the Reach of Fiber to the Home with Ultra Broadband Ethernet Kevin Morgan, Director of Product Marketing, Carrier Network Division – ADTRAN, Inc.  Biography  PaperPS-214-G Driving the Development for Fiber Broadband Community with SERViCE Su-Hua Wu, Associate Analyst – Institute for Information Industry  Biography  PaperPS-215-G Innovative, Advanced and Economic FTTH Deployment Technologies Leo J. Zeindlhofer, President and CEO – CableRunner International  Biography  PaperPS-410-I Lessons Learned with FTTH Network Design, Rollout and Implementation in the Sultanate of Oman Stefanus van der Merwe, Consultant – Detecon International GmbH Bader Saud Mohammed Al Zaidi, Senior Manager Access Network Design – Omantel  Biography  PaperPS-411-G RFTS to Reduce OPEX Costs for FTTH Deployments Troy Veitenheimer, General Manager – NTest , Inc.  Biography  Paper Table of Contents
    • PS-412-I Advanced GIS Tagging for Efficient FTTH Network Management Kiran Kumar Solipuram, Assistant Project Manager – Infotech Enterprises Ltd  Biography  PaperPS-413-G Connector and Cable Approaches That May Facilitate MDU Build Helmut T Knehr, Senior Systems Engineer – Telcordia Technologies  BiographyPS-421-G WDM PON- Its Affect on Today’s Optical Splitter OSP Design David Stallworth, Manager - OFS  Biography  PaperPS-422-G Use of Single Mode Multi-Fiber Connectors Helmut T Knehr, Senior Systems Engineer – Telcordia Technologies Mustafa Ozgur, Systems Engineer – Telcordia Technologies  BiographyPS-423-I IPTV QoE Improvement on FTTH Service Network Jeong-Gook Kwon, Principal Researcher - ETRI  Biography  PaperPS-424-G Impairments and Design of WDM-PON Based on Injection Seeding Chang-Hee Lee, Professor – KAIST  Biography  PaperPS-425-G Transforming the FTTH Network – Enabling Efficiency from the Core to the Edge Kevin Morgan, Director of Product Marketing, Carrier Network Division – ADTRAN, Inc.  Biography  PaperPS-710-G FTTH in Denmark From Design to Deployment Ian Fudge, CEO Fiberoptic trainer – Fiberdk ApS  BiographyPS-711-G Compact Cable Designs Mean Financial Gains for FTTH Networks Marie LaHoud, Global Marketing Director Fiber Optic Materials – DSM Functional Materials  Biography  Paper
    • PS-412-I Advanced GIS Tagging for Efficient FTTH Network Management Kiran Kumar Solipuram, Assistant Project Manager – Infotech Enterprises Ltd  Biography  PaperPS-421-G WDM PON- Its Affect on Today’s Optical Splitter OSP Design David Stallworth, Manager - OFS  Biography  PaperPS-423-I IPTV QoE Improvement on FTTH Service Network Jeong-Gook Kwon, Principal Researcher - ETRI  Biography  PaperPS-424-G Impairments and Design of WDM-PON Based on Injection Seeding Chang-Hee Lee, Professor – KAIST  Biography  PaperPS-425-G Transforming the FTTH Network – Enabling Efficiency from the Core to the Edge Kevin Morgan, Director of Product Marketing, Carrier Network Division – ADTRAN, Inc.  Biography  PaperPS-710-G FTTH in Denmark From Design to Deployment Ian Fudge, CEO Fiberoptic trainer – Fiberdk ApS  BiographyPS-711-G Compact Cable Designs Mean Financial Gains for FTTH Networks Marie LaHoud, Global Marketing Director Fiber Optic Materials – DSM Functional Materials  Biography  Paper
    • PS-712-G Setting the Cornerstone Diarmuid Kelly, Director Sales International – AND Solution GmbH  Biography  PaperPS-713-B Calculating Optical Loss Budgets for FTTH Networks Dominic Ruggiero, Sales Engineer – Multicom, Inc  Biography  PaperPS-714-G Enterprise GIS: Keeping You Ahead of the Competition Danny Petrecca, Director of Product Management, Telvent  Biography  Paper
    • Table of Contents General SessionsGS-100-G Opening General Session with Keynote Speakers Daniel O’Connell, President – FTTH Council  Biography  Presentation Kyle Hollifield, VP Marketing and Business Development – Bristol Viriginia Utilities  Biography  Presentation Virginia Ruesterholz, Executive Vice President and President, Verizon Services Operations (VSO) - Verizon  Biography  Presentation Michael Romano, Senior Vice President, NTCA  Biography  Presentation Michael Render, President – Render, Vanderslice & Associates  Biography  Presentation Chris Holden, President – FTTH Council Europe  Biography  Presentation Frank Jaffer, President – FTTH Council Asia-Pacific  Biography  Presentation Gilberto Guitarte, LATAM Chapter Chairman – FTTH Council LATAM  Biography  PresentationGS-200-G Closing General Session with Keynote Speakers Tom Cohen, FTTH Legal Counsel – Kelley, Drye & Warren, LLP  Biography  Presentation Rick Whitt, Director/Managing Counsel, Telecom and Media Policy - Google  Biography  Presentation Blair Levin, Fellow, Aspen Institute Communications and Society Program; Executive Director, Gig. U – The Aspen Institute  Biography  Presentation
    • Table of Contents Panel SessionsPAN-100-G – MDU ConsiderationsFiber to the MDU can bring FTTH services to the many subscribers residing inapartments and condominiums. There are over 80M MDUs residences in theAmericas but fewer than 5M with direct fiber connections. New technologies makeFiber to the MDU easier than ever, and big FTTH bandwidth enables superior servicesto attract more subscribers. Come learn how to reach MDU residents with FTTHservices by understanding the challenges and latest approaches for bringing fiber tothe unit, and learn about the services, marketing, and lessons learned from leadingand emerging Fiber to the MDU service providers. Moderator: John George, Systems and Applications Engineering – OFS  Biography  Presentation Panelists: Mona Simon, Communications Engineering & Operations Supervisor – Lafayette Utilities System dba LUS Fiber  Biography  Presentation Katie Espeseth, Vice President – EPB Fiber Optics  Biography  Presentation Michael Weston, Director of Marketing Operation – Verizon Enhanced Communities  Biography  Presentation Barry Walton, Senior Advisor – Access FTTH – Bell Aliant  Biography  Presentation William P. Kloss, Senior Sales Director, Americas – OFS  Biography  Presentation
    • PAN-400-G – Large Carrier PerspectivesDont miss this opportunity to hear executives from some of the globes most influentialFiber to the Home carriers. From the initial business case to the final deployment, thesevisionaries will discuss successes, challenges and lessons learned from their Fiber to theHome initiatives. Moderator: Robert Whitman, Director, FTTH Programs – Corning Inc.  Biography Panelists: Kenneth Edison, Director, FiberOP Program – Bell-Aliant  Biography  Presentation Larry Boehm, Director – Network Implementation – TDS Telecom  Biography  Presentation Joanna Salhab Federici, Fiber Optic Product Manager – Telefonica Brazil  Biography  PresentationPAN-500-G – Marketing in a Broadband Applications Driven WorldMarketing in an applications driven world has both tremendous opportunities andchallenges. Today with increasing intensity customers are digitizing their life. This massdigitization is driven by the customers’ need for convenience, speed, security and quickaccess to knowledge, entertainment and communications. The Service Providers whodeliver these “needs” in a user friendly and price sensitive manner can rule their marketsand secure their futures. Delivering these services as applications will require a robustnetwork with the ability to grow adapt and adopt. These discussions will be led byindustry experts in the fields of communications, entertainment and networks. Boththought provoking and practical information to meet these challenges and opportunitieswill be presented. Moderator: Bernie Arnason, Managing Partner and Founder – Pivot Media  Biography  Presentation Panelists: Chris Carabello, Director – Market Development – Metaswitch Networks  Biography  Presentation Ron Holcomb, VP for Business Development – Tantalus Systems  Biography  Presentation Bryan Rader, CEO – Bandwidth Consulting LLC  Biography  Presentation Bruce Churchill, Channel Manager – Microsoft Entertainment  Biography  Presentation
    • PAN-700-G – Lighting the EconomyWe will share about our experiences as providers of FTTH services with regard to whatFTTH technology has meant to our communities in terms of economic development, aswell as how important fiber technology is to our local anchor institutions. We willdiscuss the benefits of “fibering up” our customers and communities, with a particularfocus on the opportunities it has brought for improving education, health, learning andoverall quality of life. Through sharing our knowledge, we hope to helptelecommunications providers and community leaders better understand the value ofnext-generation, all-fiber networks in lighting their local economies.   Moderator: David St. John, Principal – St. John Communications LLC  Biography  Presentation Panelists: Kelley Dunne, CEO/President – One Economy Corp.  Biography  Presentation Ritchie Sorrells, President and CEO – GVTC Communications  Biography  Presentation Katie Espeseth, Vice President – EPB Fiber Optics  Biography  Presentation Mona Simon, Communications Engineering & Operations Supervisor – Lafayette Utilities System dba LUS Fiber  Biography  Presentation
    • T-101-G – Progress in 10G-PON Frank Effenberger Senior Director Huawei Technolog ies USABiographySenior Dire ctor of fibe r a ccess a t Hua we i te chnologie s, lea ding the re sea rch andde ve lopment of ne w access systems.Rapporteur of ITU-T Q2/15, the group responsible for optical acce ss standardsLeade r and contributor for all of the major PO N systems in the past de cade .Level: Gene ralTopic: Ne w Te chnologyDescriptionThis talk will pre sent the state of 10G PO N systems, and will discuss the ir future applicationand deployment.Presentation Learning Objectives  Be come familiar with 10G PO N systems  Know the ir up-to-date practical status  Know whe re this te chnology will be use d 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • T-102-G – Achieving IEC Standard 61300-3-35 Compliance for Fiber Connectors Matt Brown Director of Product Management, Fiber Inspection JDSUBiographyMatt Brown is dire ctor of product management for the fibe r inspe ction and cleaning businessunit of JDSU. He was pre viously with Westove r Scientific, which in 2008 was acquired by andintegrate d with JDSU’s Communications Test and Measurement business, now the largestprovide r of fibe r optic test solutions in the world.Level: Gene ralTopic: Advanced Construction and Ne twork ManagementDescriptionThis pre sentation re vie ws IEC Standard 61300-3-35, which spe cifies pass/fail requirementsfor e nd face quality inspe ction before conne ction, and re lated proactive , systematic fibe rinspe ction processe s.Presentation Learning Objectives  Unde rstanding of IEC Standard 61300-3-35  Unde rstanding of basic conce pts related to proactive, systematic fibe r inspe ction  Re vie w of automate d processes that facilitate IEC Standard 61300-3-35 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • T-103-G – Early FTTH deployments drive economic growth-but can we prove it? David Russell Solutions Marketing Director CalixBiographyDavid is responsible for marke ting Calix’ fibe r access solutions, the most wide ly deployedFTTH systems in North Ame rica. David has spent ove r twe nty years in businessde ve lopment and marketing of broadband access systems. He joined Calix through itsacquisition of Optical Solutions. David pre viously se rved on the FTTH Council Board.Level: Gene ralTopic: Succe sse s Lighting the Econom y with FTTHDescriptionA longitudinal study of the e conomic impact of FTTH on the counties whe re early FTTHdeployments took place in the United StatesPresentation Learning Objectives  Unde rstanding the e conomic impact of FTTH proje cts  Which e conomic factors are influence d by FTTH  Time horizons for e conomic impact 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • T-104-G – Serving Rural Communities with Triple Play Services Thomas Fuerst Senior Director, Multimedia Solutions Marketing A lcatel-LucentBiographyThomas Fue rst is Se nior Dire ctor, Multimedia Solutions Marke ting for Alcate l-Luce nt. Thomasis responsible for global marke ting and strategy activities relate d to the company’sMultimedia solutions, focusing primarily on multi-screen video delive ry.W ith more than twenty years of industry expe rie nce, Thomas has he ld leade rship positionsin both the te chnical marke ting and strate gy are nas. During his caree r with Alcate l-Luce nt,Thomas has led initiatives for the company in enginee ring, custome r se rvice, productmarke ting, product strate gy, marke t positioning and solutions de velopment in Europe, Asiaand North America.Level: Gene ralTopic: Marke ting and Mone tizing FTTH Se rvice Offe rsDescriptionDeploying IPTV is a challe nge for small ope rators. This session will outlines how ope ratorsunde r 20,000 subs can de ploy IPTV se rvices quick ly and profitably.Presentation Learning ObjectivesSession participants will learn how to assemble an IPTV solution that takes the guessworkout of enginee ring, integrating and deploying small scale IPTV se rvice offe rings. 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • T-105-Español – Argentina: Provisión de clientes-Más que un cambio de tecnología Sergio Sargenti Se desempeña como Jefe Telefónica de A rgentina S.A .Biografía:Nacido e n Bue nos Aires. Se gra duó como Ingenie ro Elé ctrico en la Facultad de Ingenie ría dela Unive rsidad de Buenos Aires. Postgrado e n Marke ting Estratégico en la UC ES. De sde 1992ha estado trabajando en Tele fónica. Lide ró e l dise ño y construcción de más de 16.000 km defibra óptica en Argentina. Participó e n e l e quipo responsable de de finir los crite rios para eldespliegue de redes FTTH de Te lefónica-Tlatam. Desde 2009 lide ra e l equipo que proveese rvicios de FTTH en e l domicilio del cliente.Nivel de A udiencia: Ge ne ral AudienciaTopic: LATAM ProgramResumenEl obje tivo de esta exposición es mostrar e l aprendiza je y la e volución e n e l proceso de a ltade l cliente . Se analizan los dive rsos cambios que afe ctaron tanto a la O rganización y losclientes fre nte a una nue va te cnología.Objetivo de aprendizajeCompartir los cambios en los procesos y me jores prácticas que se debie ron incorporar paraasegurar la instalación y resolución de causas de fallas en la casa de l cliente . La adaptaciónde los clientes a la nue va te cnología. 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • T-201-G – Do We Need WDM PON Today? Ed Harstead Marketing Manager A lcatel-LucentBiographyEd Harstead joined Be ll Laboratories in 1983, and has worke d in Fixed Access and DWDM asa systems enginee ring manage r, senior product line manage r and, in his current position atAlcatel-Lucent, a s a senior marke ting manage r.Level: Gene ralTopic: Ne w Te chnologyDescriptionWha t a re the drive rs for 10G PO N, and a re the investments tha t ope ra tors a re making inGPO N threatene d?Presentation Learning ObjectivesUnde rstand that what is driving 10G PO N how continue d investments in GPO N arepre se rved. 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • T-202-G – Best Practices and Trends in MDU Construction Thomas LeBlanc Market Manager TE ConnectivityBiographyTom Le Blanc was named Marke t Manage r for MDU a nd Custome r Premise s Equipment (CPE)for TE Conne ctivity in 2010. While his main focus is on the MDU product portfolio, LeBlancalso provides support for Australia’s national Fibe r-to-the Prem ises initiative (NBN). LeBlancholds ten patents re lating to fibe r optics and fibe r management.Level: Gene ralTopic: Advanced Construction and Ne twork ManagementDescriptionThis pre sentation will explore the late st in MDU archite cture, te chniques, designs andsolutions shaping the Tele com marke t today.Presentation Learning Objectives  Best suited archite ctures for low/m id/hi-rise MDU  Te chniques that enable faste r construction  Design/mate rial simplifications  Solutions tha t a re a ffordable/ae sthe tically pleasing 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • T-203-G – FTTP “Last Mile” Delivery Through Utilisation of Existing Municipal Assets Adrian Crook Divisional Director i3 A merica Inc.BiographyDivisional Dire ctor of i3-Ame rica, part of the i3 Group.Prior, as a Dire ctor of Fibre city Holdings and pre viously within H2O Ne tworks Adrian hasex tensive ex pe rience in city-wide and be spoke fibe r delive ry around the world.This in addition to his conside rable comme rcial and te chnical expe rtise gaine d ove r a 20 yearpe riod.Level: Gene ralTopic: Ne w Te chnologyDescriptionHow innovation through utilization of existing municipal asse ts can achie ve a state -of the -art-fibe r-optic platform against traditional roll-out te chniques.Presentation Learning ObjectivesMunicipals, builde rs and te chnological organizations will unde rstand:  How such innovations are applied,  Added Value using existing municipal (asse ts),  Steps to de live r an O pen Access ne twork .. 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • T-204-G – Planting Your Fiber-to-the-Home Project into Your Corporate Culture Paula Chenchar Hanus Director of Creative Services OmniTel CommunicationsBiographyPaula Chenchar Hänus, MFA, is the C reative Dire ctor at OmniTel Communications. He r talkdiscusses the value of Invisible Marke ting and how to apply this type of initiative to a Fibe r-to-the-Home proje ct. Hänus is an Expe rience Designe r with he r Maste r of Fine Arts Degreeand 20 years of field expe rience.Level: Gene ralTopic: Marke ting and Mone tizing FTTH Se rvice Offe rsDescriptionHow applying Invisible Marke ting initiatives can he lp embed your Fibe r-to-the-Home proje ctinto your corporate culture and will turn your marke ting nightmare into a marke ting dream.Presentation Learning ObjectivesDiscusses the value of Invisible Marke ting in a Fibe r-to-the-Home proje ct and givesstrate gies on how to embed the FTTH story into your corporate culture . 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • T-205-Español – Mejorando el rendimiento financiero con redes deacceso en fibra óptica Antonio Diaz Gerente de Ventas Regional Calix Solutions MarketingBiografía:Antonio se unió a Calix en el 2009 aportando 20 años de expe riencia e n e l me rcado de laste le comunicaciones de Amé rica Latina, promoviendo re des de acce so en fibra y solucionesMe tro Ethe rne t a proveedores de se rvicios de te le comunicaciones e n la región conparticipación e n e ventos de l Council FTTH-LATAM y también con el grupo de trabajo C ALAde l Me tro Ethe rne t Forum (MEF). Ante riorme nte a Calix sostuvo roles varios en la re giónincluye ndo Ge re nte Gene ral de Adtran para LATAM, Ingenie ro de ventas y ge re nte dedesarrollo de negocios en Alcatel LATAM y Ne wbridge Ne tworks.EL Sr Día z nació en Venezuela , donde obtuvo e l título de Ingenie ro Ele ctrónico de laUnive rsidad Simón Bolívar, y además vivió e n México, Brasil, Argentina, C hile y actualmentereside en Miami, Florida.Nivel de A udiencia: Ge ne ralTopic: LATAM ProgramResumenComo e laborar mode los financie ros exitosos basados en redes de acceso en fibrame rcadeando paque tes de alto re torno por usuario e incrementando e l flujo de caja.Objetivo de aprendizaje 1. Apre nda como capitalizar con redes FTTH 2. Ofe rta de paquete s de se rvicios FTTH es la clave para mayores ganancias 3. Reduzca costos ope rativos mientras cre ce e l flujo de caja  2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • T-301-G – Network Line Power: Green, Low-cost, Friendly, and Easy Neil Olsen VP Marketing GeneronixBiographyNe il O lse n has ove r 30 years expe rience in tele communications, in the field of softwareenginee ring, business de ve lopment, marke ting and inte rnational protocol de ve lopment. He iscurrently VP of Marketing at Ge re ronix .Level: Gene ralTopic: Marke ting and Mone tizing FTTH Se rvice Offe rsDescriptionThe pape r presents the of using Ne twork Line Powe r (NLP) as compa re d to solutionsrequiring local lead-acid batte ries.Presentation Learning Objectives  Explain ne w te chnology of Ne twork Line Powe r  Show cost bene fits to use rs and te lcos  Show "green" benefits 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • T-302-G – Becoming an FTTH Organization – Lessons Learned Kenneth Edison Director, FibreOP Program Bell A liantBiographyKenny Edison is a Professional Enginee r at Be ll Aliant and is the Dire ctor of Be ll Aliants FTTHinitiative , FibreOP™. He provide s De live ry Management leade rship for the footprint, se rvicede ve lopment and ope rational readiness components of FibreOP™. Ke nny has more than 10years in Program and Portfolio Management.Level: Gene ralTopic: FTTH 101DescriptionThis pre sentation will provide the audie nce with an ove rvie w of lessons learned whe nplanning and delive ring FTTH.Presentation Learning Objectives  Establishing your De live ry Team; se le ction, structure , support  Scope identification and management - how much is too much?  Employee C hange and Custome r Expe rie nce 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • T-303-A – Fiber to the Home – Structuring Partnerships for Success (Public and Private) Lawrence Freedman Partner Edwards A ngell Palmer & Dodge LLPBiographyLarry has practiced law for ove r twe nty years. In addition to his te le communicationspractice, whe re he repre sents clie nts in regulatory transactions, and litigation matte rs, hespe cializes in “wired communities” and the nexus be twee n te le communications, real estateand community de velopment, as well as innovative transactions to facilitate fibe r to thehomeLevel: Advance dTopic: Succe sse s Lighting the Econom y with FTTHDescriptionThis pre sentation will explore strate gie s for structuring private and public partne rships andjoint ventures for provisioning FTTH se rvices, focusing on core strate gic and re gulatoryissue s.Presentation Learning ObjectivesAttendees will be presente d with concre te strategies and suggestions as to options for thestructuring of FTTH proje cts. 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • T-304-G – Improve FTTH Economics by Expanding PON to Gain Business Revenues John Hoover Senior Product Manager Tellabs, Inc.BiographyJohn has built a caree r in the te le communications industry since 1997. Much of John’s workexpe rience has bee n in Te llabs’ acce ss division, since 2002, leading application e nginee ringmanagement for PO N, DSL, voice, video, data ne twork , ne twork transport, wire less andEthe rne t based IOC, NLEC and R BOC custome r proje cts.Level: Gene ralTopic: Marke ting and Mone tizing FTTH Se rvice Offe rsDescriptionSe rvice provide rs can take advantage of PO N inhe rit be nefits and captures ne w reve nue forEthe rne t, C loud and Managed Se rvices with PO N Optical LAN archite cture .Presentation Learning Objectives  PO N archite ctures ideal for residential triple play and business se rvices  PO N inhe rit be nefits provide best CapEx and O pEx  PO N enables ne w re venue opportunities with Ethe rne t, Cloud and Manage d Se rvices 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • T-305-I – Os desafios em acelerar a cobertura e conectar Clientes em FTTH Rafael Sgrott Martins Manager Telefonica BrazilBiographyEngenhe iro Ele tronico formado em 1999 com Mestrado em Engenharia Ele trica naUnive rsidade Mackenzie de São Paulo (2004). 14 anos de expe rie ncia em Te le com . Trabalhana Te lefonica desde 2002 na estratégia de massificação da Banda Larga e desde 2009trabalha nodesenvolvimento e na expansão de cobe rtura do proje to de FTTx e IPTV naTe lefonica BrasilLevel: Inte rmediateTopic: LATAM ProgramDescriptionA apresentação irá explicar como a Te le fonica dobrou de tamanho a sua área de cobe rturana região de São Paulo. Discutirá também como e scolhe r as áreas de cobe rtura, osdese nhos de rede e a construção de back cones de prédios para ace le rar a conexão deC lie ntesPresentation Learning ObjectivesMostrar os aprendizados nos proce ssos, provisionamento, e lementos passivos, inve tários derede no campo 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • T-401-I – Ways to Solve the MDU Challenge of Deploying Fiber to the Subscriber Thomas Knuth Program Manager, Global MDU Corning Cable SystemsBiographyDr. Thomas Knuth joined Corning Cable Systems in 2005, and is currently the ProgramManage r, Global MDU, Global Carrie r Networks. His expe rie nce includes busine ss andproduct line management. Dr. Knuth graduated from the Unive rsity of Ke nt and HumboldtUnive rsity in Be rlin with a Ph.D. in Physics.Level: Inte rmediateTopic: Ne w Te chnologyDescriptionRe vie w ke y factors influencing the de cision for choosing an effe ctive MDU archite cture andhe lp with unde rstanding the re le vance of each factor on the business case .Presentation Learning Objectives  Factors to choose the right MDU a rchite ctures.  Lessons learne d from re cent global deployments.  Ex isting tools that can help establish a positive MDU deployment scenario. 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • T-402-G – Optical Splitter Design David Stallworth Manager OFSBiographyAn honors graduate of UNC-C harlotte in 1972 in Ele ctronics Enginee ring, David worked forBe llSouth for 33 years and has two patents. He has pe rforme d consulting work at CampLe jeune, NC , The Savannah Rive r Nuclear Plant in SC , and is currently work ing for O FS inAtlanta in FTTH O SP de sign.Level: Gene ralTopic: Advanced Construction and Ne twork ManagementDescriptionThe advantages/disadvantages of whe re to place the optical splitte r and the parame te rs tomake an e conomical de cision are discusse d. This dovedtails with the CHFP course.Presentation Learning Objectives 1. Unde rstand 3 options for splitte r placement 2. Unde rstand e conomic paramete rs of splitte r location 3. Unde rstand ope rational e ffe cts of splitte r placement 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • T-403-I – Legal Issues and Economic Impacts Surrounding FTTH Projects Jim Baller President Baller Herbst Law GroupBiographyThe FTTH Council has re cognized Jim Balle r as "the nations most expe rience d andknowledgeable attorney on public broadband matte rs." He was NATOAs "CommunityBroadband Visionary of the Year" in 2007, one of Ars Te chnicas 25 "Top Names in Te chPolicy in 2009, and Fibe r Todays "Pe rson of the Year" in 2009.Level: Inte rme diateTopic: Succe sse s Lighting the Econom y with FTTHDescriptionA presentation of Jim ’s annual re vie w of the ke y legal and regulatory issue s that will affe ctFTTH proje cts.Presentation Learning Objectives  Familiarize audience with ke y le gal issue s  Provide insights on the implica tions of these issue s  Suggest ways to addre ss these issues successfully 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • T-404-G – Distributed Tap Design for FTTH Networks in Rural Markets Bill Shreffler CEO Pulse BroadbandBiographyPrior to Pulse Broadband Mr. Shre ffle r was Chairman, Pre sident and C EO of Broadstripe , acable and tele communications company from 2006 until 2008. Prior to joining Broadstripe ,he was the co-founde r of Home Boule vard, whe re he se rved as President. Mr. Shreffle r alsose rve d as Preside nt and COO of Ce bridge Conne ctions (since re-named Suddenlink) andpre viously worke d as Senior Vice President, Ope ra tions for Cha rte r Communications’ Midwe stDivision, se rving ove r 1.8 m illion custome rs and gene rating re venue in ex cess of $1 billion.At C harte r, Mr. Shre ffle r and his team we re re cognized for the ir company-leadingaccomplishments by be ing featured on the cove r of the company’s Annual Report. Prior toCharte r, Mr. Shre ffle r he ld ke y ope rating roles at Continental Cable vision and CenturyCommunications. Mr. Shreffle r has ove r 30 yea rs of expe rie nce in the tele communications,manufacturing, and se rvice industries. He is a forme r Dire ctor of the National CableTe le vision  Association. Mr. Shre ffle r is a graduate of Duquesne Unive rsity and Robe rt MorrisUnive rsity.  Level: Ge ne ralTopic: Advanced Construction and Ne twork ManagementDescriptionSmall markets face unique FTTH challenge s, including the ir lowe r home de nsitie s pe r mile .Learn how many rural communities are utilizing a standards-based and ce rtified FTTHte chnology called Distributed Tap design to help solve their de nsity issue . Key topics includete chnical design, cost, maintenance , scalability and integration with popular PO Na rchite ctures.Presentation Learning Objectives  Unde rstanding FTTH design options for smalle r/rural marke ts  Unde rstanding cost and mainte nance of FTTH ne tworks  Unde rstanding PO N archite cture integrations into FTTH de signs 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • T-405-Español – Nueva metodología para medición y evaluación remota de la red ODN a través de los divisores ópticos (splitters). Hélio Silvino de Almeida Prata Ingeniero Eletrónico CPqDBiografía:Ingenie ro ele ctrónico con espe cialización en red de datos, tie ndo iniciados sus trabajos e nCPqD e n 1986 con lo desarrollo de lo equipo de medición de fibra OTDR. En seguida inicialos desarrollos de lo sistema de supe rvisión de re d óptica con lo obje tivo de encuentra fallaen los cables ópticos. Ese sistema es responsables por la supe rvisión de mas de 100.000kmde cables y está instalado e n la mayoría de las empresas de tele comunicaciones en Brasil yen algunos otros Países. Actualmente hace parte de l e quipo que estudia y desarrolla nue vosprocedimientos y proce sos que pe rmitan las empresas involucradas con lo tema de FTTxsabe r lo estado e n que se encuentra la instalación de la red.Nivel de A udiencia: Ge ne ral AudienciaTopic: LATAM ProgramResumenEsta pre sentación de talla los mé todos de medición local y remota de la red de distribuciónóptica (O DN) por medio de té cnicas de OTDR y de l uso de divisores ópticos (splitters). Lasventajas y desventajas de los dife re ntes mé todos se prese ntan según la viabilidad té cnica yde costos. Tambié n propone un nue vo abordaje de identificación y localización de fallasObjetivo de aprendizajeLo obje tivo es demostrar que es posible e conomiza tiempo y inve rsión ne ce sarios paragarantizar la cualidad de la red FTTH con la utilización de un sistema que pe rm ite e valuar lared remotamente 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • T-501-G – Evolutions in Network Components Impacting FTTH Deployment in Brow nfield Linnea Wilkes Global MDU Business Development Manager 3MBiographyLinnea is responsible for global product management of CMDs O ne Pass product platform .Based in Austin, Texas, she has five years of expe rience in tele communications, fibe r opticsand premises ne twork archite cture and more than fifteen years of expe rience bringing 3Mte chnologies and product solutions to various marke ts.Level: Gene ralTopic: Ne w Te chnologyDescriptionRe vie w of the e volution of ne twork components, which have influence d FTTH de ploymentand how the y aid in resolving pain face d by se rvice provide rs.Presentation Learning Objectives  Aware ness of evolution of ke y ne twork compone nts  Pros and cons of various deployment options  Impact options have on se rvice provide r pain points 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • T-502-G – Central Office Strategies for Speeding FTTH Service Turn- up Requirements Robert Bachtell Sales Engineer TE ConnectivityBiographyRobe rt Bachte ll holds the position of Sales Enginee r for C NAM Tele com Ne tworks at TEConne ctivity. Robe rt provides pre- and post-sales enginee ring support for major carrie raccounts in North and Central Ame rica. Robe rt has a B.S. in Industrial Enginee ring fromIowa State Unive rsity and re sides in Minneapolis, MN.Level: Gene ralTopic: Advanced Construction and Ne twork ManagementDescriptionPrese ntation will explore the trend toward “home run” FTTH archite ctures and how se rviceprovide rs are managing the challenging influx of fibe r counts in the CO.Presentation Learning ObjectivesHow to:  Enable fast equipment installation/se rvice conne ctions/reve nue re cognition  Manage congestion/maxim um space savings  Build for ne twork flex ibility/future capacity  Sim plify product solutions/reduce SKUs 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • T-503-G – New Ways to Use Fiber-to-the-Home Technology R. Michael Brow der CEO Bristol Tennessee Essential Services (BTES)BiographyMichael Browde r, a past chairman of the Ame rican Public Powe r Association (APPA), hasse rve d as C EO of Bristol Tennessee Esse ntial Se rvices (BTES) since 1977. He came to Bristolfrom a job as Supe rintendent of Enginee ring at Huntsville Utility in Huntsville , Alabama. Heearned his doctora te of Educa tional Leade rship and P olicy Ana lysis from ETSU, his Maste r ofAdm inistrative Science from the Unive rsity of Alabama Huntsville and a Bachelor of Ele ctricalEnginee ring from Auburn Unive rsity. He is a re giste red Professiona l Enginee r. Browde r is the2010 re cipient of the Te nnessee Ce nte r for Pe rformance Ex ce llences’ Ne d R. McWhe rte rLeade rship Award.Level: Gene ralTopic: Marke ting and Mone tizing FTTH Se rvice Offe rsDescriptionNe w ways to use fibe r such as controlling our voltage ove r fibe r, controlling custome r’swate r hea te r tempe ra ture , and insta lling a n Inte rne t P rotocol Video System.Presentation Learning Objectives  Ne w Ways to Use Fibe r  Cost/Ene rgy Savings  End use r bene fits 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • T-504-G – Outsourcing Your Services: Is Your FTTH Architecture Ready? Kevin Bourg VP of International Sales Engineering A urora NetworksBiographySince the inception of Wave 7 Optics in 2000, and its acquisition by Enablence in 2008, Mr.Bourg has been e ngaged dire ctly with the FTTH marke t. Ke vin, with 15 years of expe rie nce,holds a BS degree in Compute r Scie nce from Unive rsity of Southweste rn Louisiana, and a MSin System Enginee ring from SMU.Level: Gene ralTopic: Marke ting and Mone tizing FTTH Se rvice Offe rsDescriptionMak ing sure your FTTH De ployment provides the ne cessary se rvice s mode ls in place toallow for additional re ve nue streams.Presentation Learning Objectives  Unde rstanding options for additional re venue streams for a FTTH build-out  Unde rstand te chnical requirements to delive r these se rvices 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • T-601-G – Innovative Fusion Quality Mechanical Splicing Technology for FTTH Deployment Fadila Khelfaoui Scientific Director phasoptxBiography  Dr. Fadila Khelfaoui  Ph.D. and M.Sc. (National Institute for Applied Sciences, France)  Scientific Director  R&D and tests management  Worked as Research Scientific in France, Germany and USA  Published several papers, talks and patentsLevel: GeneralTopic: New TechnologyDescriptionAn innovative fusion quality mechanical splicing technology based on super-elastic propertyof shape memory alloy as an optimized solution to V-grooves.Presentation Learning Objectives  fundamental change in splicing method  higher performances compared to V-grooves  splicing of dissimilar fibers 2011 FTTH Conference & Expo – Lighting the Economy
    • T-602-G – Lessons Learned from an Ongoing FTTH Stimulus Project Kris Ward Business Development Manager A TMCBiographyKris joined ATMC in 2005 as ATMCs first Business De ve lopment Manage r. In 2006 Krisduties we re redesigned to allow him to focus more on De ve lope r Relations in FTTHCommunities. Kris contacts builde rs and deve lope rs to discuss Fibe r Optics and how to takeadvantage of the infrastructure that ATMC provides. Kris is also responsible for customerre lations in compe titive FTTH de velopments and in ATMC ’s $16 m illion Broadband Stimulusproje ct. ATMC is the largest Te lephone Coope rative in North Carolina and is one of theState’s large st provide rs of FTTP se rvice s.Level: Gene ralTopic: FTTH 101DescriptionThe purpose of this Track Session prese ntation is to de tail ATMC’s $16 million StimulusProje ct from its’ beginning through to our current state of deployment.Presentation Learning ObjectivesThis pre sentation will hopefully be e ngaging to a numbe r of diffe rent targe t audiences withthe dive rsity of its’ subje ct matte r. Discussing the construction, marke ting, public re lations,installation and custome r se rvice aspe cts of ATMC ’s FTTH Stimulus Proje ct should be ofinte rest to the various entities involved with FTTH deployment in the U.S. and those thatmake up the membe rship of the FTTH Council. 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • T-603-G – Fiber to the Home: A Key Element for Smart Electric Grids Jason Cohen President & COO A llied FiberBiographyJason Cohen is a ve te ran communications industry exe cutive with ove r 22 years ofexpe rience in de veloping and ope rating ne w fibe r optic, bulk communications transport andte chnology businesses. His ex tensive expe rie nce includes designing and building multiplefibe r optic ne twork businesse s including long-haul networks, regional ne tworks and backhaulne tworks.Level: Gene ralTopic: Fibe r-Enabled Content and ApplicationDescriptionThe FTTH presentation will address de sign conside rations for a fibe r based Smart Grid anddiscuss the local, regional and national aspe cts of the ne twork archite cture .Presentation Learning Objectives  Illustrate how e conomic dispatch and automatic gene ration control systems ope rate  How fibe r ne tworks are essential for inte rconne cting multiple utility gene ration and bulk transm ission systems. 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • T-604-G – Open Access Networks – The Unique Operational Challenges Christopher Beisner Director – A ccess Network Products ETI Software SolutionsBiographyW ith ove r 17 years of expe rie nce in Billing/O SS applications, Mr. Be isne r spe cialize s inse rvice activation inte rfaces. Since joining ETI in 2004, he has been involve d with all aspe ctsof ETI’s FTTH and DSL inte rface products. Forme rly with C SG Systems, Chris is a we ll-k nownsubje ct matte r expe rt FTTH O SS.Level: Gene ralTopic: Fibe r Enabled Content and ApplicationDescriptionThis pre sentation addresses the unique aspe cts and ope rational challenges associated withan Open Access Ne twork.Presentation Learning Objectives  Unde rstand what an Ope n Access Ne twork is  Unde rstand the role of the W hole sale Se rvice Provide r  Unde rstand the WPSs B/OSS requirements 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • T-701-I – Planning and Deployment of a National Open- Access PON Andrew Afflerbach CEO/Director of Engineering CTCBiographyDr. Affle rbach spe cialize s in ne twork enginee ring, design, deployment, and testing for localand state gove rnment fibe r optic broadband initiatives, including those of Washington, D.C .and San Francisco. He is curre ntly te chnical advise r to the entity ove rseeing the constructionof Ne w Zealand’s NZ$1.5 billion FTTH ne twork .Level: Inte rmediateTopic: Ne w Te chnologyDescriptionThe Gove rnment of Ne w Zealand’s FTTH proje ct demonstrates how off-the-shelf passiveoptical ne twork (PO N) te chnology can provide non-discrim inatory ope n access broadbandse rvices.Presentation Learning ObjectivesUnde rstand possibilities for closed FTTP ne tworks to include elements of ope n acce ss (usingoff-the-she lf te chnologies) to address regulatory or business requirements. 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • T-702-I – Fiber, Cable, and Connectors 201 – What Do All of Those Specifications Mean for My Network? Mark Boxer A pplications Engineering Manager OFSBiographyMark Boxe r is the Applications Enginee ring Manage r for OFS. In that position, he work s withcustome rs to de te rm ine the best products for the ir spe cific application, including FTTHapplications. O ve r his 20+ year caree r in fibe r optics, he has been expose d to a wide varie tyof fibe r and e le ctronics applications.Level: Inte rmediateTopic: FTTH 101DescriptionThis pre sentation will probe deepe r into typical spe cifications seen in fibe rs and cables andhighlight the re le vance of these spe cifica tions in typical FTTH-type ne tworks.Presentation Learning Objectives  Deepe r unde rstanding of fibe r and cable spe cifications  Deepe r unde rstanding of whe re the spe cifica tions origina ted  How spe cifications are applicable in the ne twork 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • T-703-G – FTTH Evolution of HFC Plants Timothy Brophy Business Development Manager Cisco SystemsBiographyDr. Brophy has been at C isco since 2006, whe re he is involved in the definition and design ofoptical ne twork archite ctures. His 23 years of industry expe rience include Dire ctor of OpticalEnginee ring at Motorola and current inte rests in providing DOC SIS Provisioning of EPO N intoHFC plants.Level: Gene ralTopic: Advanced Construction and Ne twork ManagementDescriptionEvolution of HFC Plants in a cost-effe ctive manne r & the associated se rvice delive ryim plications are explored. Re cent initiative s that lead to conve rgence of these .Presentation Learning ObjectivesFamiliarity with HFC evolutionary plans and re cent initiatives will be re quired to enableinte reste d parties to participate in this expe cted $10B USD North Ame rican opportunity. 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • T-704-Español – El desafío de los edificios de viviendas: cableado de los últimos metros José Luis Novoa Lozano Gerente de Tecnologías de A cceso Fijo Telefónica EspañaBiografía:José Luis Novoa Lozano trabaja para Te lefónica España en el grupo de te cnología. Hadesempe ñado dife rente s posiciones relacionadas con la Planta Ex te rior, y el desarrollo yestandarización de productos. Actualmente , su foco principal es la se le cción de laste cnologías más e ficientes para la me jora de l acceso de banda ancha (te cnologías FTTx)como ge rente de Te cnologías de Re des de Acceso Fijo.José Luis el licenciado con prem io ex traordinario en C iencias Físicas por la Unive rsidadComplutense de Madrid, y, tambié n, en Cie ncias Económ icas.Nivel de A udiencia: Ge ne ral AudienciaTopic: LATAM ProgramResumenEl despliegue de FTTH e n zona ya urbanizada, e spe cialmente con edificios de pisos, ha sidoe l gran re to desde e l comie nzo de las instalaciones de fibra.Esta sesión resume las ex pe riencias con fibra óptica en e dificios, en España.Distintos e scenarios han sido tenidos en cuenta: desde situaciones con tubos libres aesce narios donde todo ha de se r instalado sobre la pared.También, es explicada la e volución de los e lementos para conseguir instalaciones máseficiente sObjetivo de aprendizajeIde ntificar cuáles son las dife rentes alte rnativas y las me jores soluciones para e llas,ente nde r cómo han e volucionado los e lementos, conside rar iniciativas rompedoras quesimplifique n la arquite ctura. 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • T-801-G – Distribution of Satellite TV over a Passive Optical Network Malcolm Burrell Technical Director Global Invacom LtdBiographyAs the Te chnical Dire ctor of Global Invacom Ltd, Malcolm is re sponsible for the de ve lopmentof DBS distribution products, including the ground breaking fibe r range . Malcolm holds anenginee ring degree from the Unive rsity of Southampton, and has worked in sate llite TV andre lated industrie s for the past 29 yearsLevel: Gene ralTopic: Ne w Te chnologyDescriptionThis pape r will describe the te chniques and be nefits of distributing sate llite TV signals ove r apassive optical network within MDU’s and gate d communities.Presentation Learning Objectives  Distributing sate llite TV using fibe r.  The bene fits of using fibe r for satellite TV distribution.  Providing voice , data and sate llite TV on a single fibe r. 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • T-802-B – How to Get the Most Out of Your FTTH Build: A Recipe for Success Jerry Sharp Chief Technology Officer A EG Services, LLCBiographyJe rry Sharp is the CTO Atlantic Enginee ring- Design, implementation, business analysis ofFTTH community ne tworks supporting IP Voice, video, data transport. Cost model andbusiness plan de velopment. De sign/Deploy FTTH solutions with VO IP, Gigabit Ethe rne t, IPTVbase d High De finition Digital Video. Prior CTO for ITown Communications, IonexCommunications, Pathne t, Inte rmedia Communications. FCC Te chnical Advisory Committee .Level: Be ginne rTopic: Marke ting and Mone tizing FTTH Se rvice Offe rsDescriptionThis session will discuss the essential e lements required for a successful FTTH deploymentin today’s marke tplace . It will re vie w current business models in use , partne rshipstrate gies, future se rvice offe rings, back office issues, ne twork and OSP equipmentalte rnatives, launch planning, ne twork testing and finally ne twork exte nsibility.Presentation Learning Objectives  Unde rstand the Various Ne twork Mode l Aspe cts: Open, Shared Access, public/private and Wholesale  Re vie w the various partne rship strate gie s available  Be come familiar with future IP base d se rvice offe rings  Attain a Basic k nowledge of the various e quipment alte rnatives  Basic re vie w of Back Office, Launch testing and ne twork future s 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • T-803-G – Services over FTTH: What Services and Business Models Can We Expect? Roland Montagne Director Telecoms Business Unit IDA TEBiographyRoland Montagne joined IDATE in 1998 and he is Dire ctor Te le coms Business Unit. Since2004, Roland is the proje ct leade r for the FTTH Council Europe proje cts panorama.Roland is a regular speake r at Inte rnational e vents re lated to FTTH and as aTe le communications Enginee r; he also worked pre viously for Bell Laboratories.Level: Gene ralTopic: Fibe r Enabled Content and ApplicationDescriptionSe rvices and business mode ls expe cted in orde r to accele rate FTTH adoption. Options forTe lco in front of TV playe rs and OTT se rvice provide rs.Presentation Learning Objectives  Innovative se rvices to be provided ove r FTTH  Issues and challenges that fibe r represents for diffe re nt types of playe r  De velopment sce narios for Te lcos 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • PS-210-G – Lessons Learned Deploying FTTP RFoG in MDUs/SFUs Raymond Shedden Director Multicom, Inc.BiographyRaymond Shedde n, Dire ctor at Multicom has a MS Enginee ring degree from C larksonUnive rsity, and 25 years of Enginee ring and management expe rience with AT&T, Siemens,and a Scie ntific Atlanta joint venture . His expe rience includes e nginee ring, de veloping, andsupporting advanced C ATV/Te le com/Da ta com/W ire less products and se rvices for custome rsthroughout North Ame rican and Inte rnational marke ts.Level: Ge ne ralTopic: FTTH 101DescriptionThis sem inar addre sses real world deployments of FTTP ne tworks and using R FoG forMDUs/SFUs to drive FTTP demand – including implementations, issues, and varioussolutions.Presentation Learning Objectives  Learn How to use R FoG to upgrade your ne twork to FFTP  drive custome r demand  Reduce Time for ROI within your FTTP ne twork 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • PS-211-G – WDM PON Architecture and Technology Options: an Application and Business Perspective Stephan Neidlinger VP A pplications and Solutions ADVA Optical NetworkingBiographyVP, Applications & Solutions, responsible for managing ADVA Optical Ne twork ings solutionsand positioning them in the marke tplace .Prior to this numbe r of R &D, business and product line management positions at Nok iaSiemens Ne tworks.Stephan earned a maste r’s degree and doctora te in Ele ctrica l Enginee ring from the Te chnicalUnive rsity of Munich, Ge rmany.Level: Ge ne ralTopic: Ne w Te chnologyDescriptionThe pre sentation will discuss W DM PO N te chnology options. De tailed te chnical ande conomical results from EU funde d re search proje cts will be presented as we ll.Presentation Learning Objectives  FTTH archite cture requirements from application and business pe rspe ctive  W DM PO N te chnology ove rvie w  W DM PO N te chnology comparison 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • PS-212-G – Simplified FTTH Installation Brings Increased Job Possibilities at Reduced Costs Larry Malone President, A mericas MiniflexBiographyLarry Malone is an entre preneurial senior exe cutive in tele communications with ove r 35years of expe rience in managed se rvices and broadband de ve lopment. Prior to joiningMiniflex, Larry was Preside nt, COO at Se cured Digital Storage, Preside nt of the US subsidiarya t BT Infone t and the EVP Sales & Marke ting a t Via tel Globa l Communications. He holds aB.S in Econom ics from Saint Pe te rs College .Level: Ge ne ralTopic: Ne w Te chnologyDescriptionO ve rcom ing the global shortage of sk illed installation and de ployment labor throughsimplified product de ve lopment could he lp Global FTTH rollout.Presentation Learning Objectives  Unde rstand that the last m ile , needs a ve ry diffe rent solution to those pre vious used  How to speed up the install  How to cut cost 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • PS-213-G – Expanding the Reach of Fiber to the Home with Ultra Broadband Ethernet Kevin Morgan Director of Product Marketing, Carrier Network Division ADTRA N, Inc.BiographyKe vin is responsible for de ve loping and introducing marketing strategies to improvebusiness, ide ntify ne w marke t opportunitie s, and ensure the e ffe ctive promotion andde ve lopment of products that include: broadband solutions, carrie r Ethe rne t, digitalsubscribe r line (DSL) equipment, ne twork management systems, and fibe r optic productsfocuse d on the globa l marke tpla ce .Level: Ge ne ralTopic: Ne w Te chnologyDescriptionThis session will discuss how se rvice provide rs can le ve rage the ir ex isting infrastructure andcurrent base of FTTH deployments to expand their custome r reach.Presentation Learning ObjectivesHow se rvice provide rs can:  deploy high-bandwidth solutions throughout ne tworks to achie ve national obje ctives  attain global broadband compe titiveness  enable ne w/ ex citing applications, se rvices 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • PS-214-G – Driving the Development of Fiber Broadband Community with SERViCE Su-Hua Wu A ssociate A nalyst Institute for Information IndustryBiographySu-Hua Wu is a n Associa te Ana lyst of the Institute for INforma tion Industry. She joine dInstitute for Information Industry in Aug 2008. She has focused primarily on broadbandde ve lopment in Taiwan, and as a consultant to assist the gove rnment in strategy planningfor FTTx pre valence .Level: Ge ne ralTopic: FTTH 101DescriptionThis pre sentation will show how Taiwan worked on the pre valence of Inte rne t applications,citing the promotion of a broadband inte lligent community as an example .Presentation Learning Objectives 1. Broadband ne twork de ve lopment in Taiwan 2. FBB Broadband Inte lligent Community Emblem 3. FTTX pene tration rate 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • PS-215-G – Innovative, Advanced and Economic FTTH Deployment Technologies Leo J. Zeindlhofer President and CEO CableRunner InternationalBiographyMr. Zeindlhofe r has ove r 30 years of expe rie nce in the inte rnational tele communicationsare na. Afte r graduating from Unive rsity he has worked for major te le communicationprovide rs in Europe , Middle-East and the US. Since 2005 he is President and C EO atCableRunne r Inte rnational - a pionee ring corporation dedicated to innovative fibe rdeployment te chnologies.Level: Ge ne ralTopic: Advanced Construction and Ne twork ManagementDescriptionHow to utilize ex isting unde rground infrastructures for FTTH de ployments in urban areas?This pre sentation provides answe rs and illustrates solutions, methods, benefits and successstories.Presentation Learning Objectives Answe rs to: 1. How to speed up installation and reduce cost? 2. How to utilize ex isting unde rground-infrastructures? 3. Whe re was it done a lready and how? 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • PS-410-I – Lessons Learned with FTTH Network Design, Rollout and Implementation in the Sultanate of Oman Stefanus van der Merwe Consultant Detecon International GmbHBiographyStefa nus van de r Me rwe re ce ived his Maste r of Ele ctronic Enginee ring degree from theUnive rsity of Pre toria in 2006. Today is Consultant for De te con Inte rnational GmbH. Theemphasis of his work lies in the deve lopment of solutions for te le communications companiesincluding FTTH ne twork design as we ll as FTTH implementation and rollout.Level: Inte rmediateTopic: Succe sse s Lighting the Econom y with FTTHDescriptionLessons learne d afte r designing and implementing about 1000 FTTH/GPO Ns in TheSultanate of Oman. Although C APEX can be optim ized, ne twork simplicity m ight be moreim portant.Presentation Learning Objectives  C reating design rules to simplify your FTTH ne twork  Using software to optimize your design  O SP Lessons learned with rolling out FTTH/GPO N 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • PS-410-I – Lessons Learned with FTTH Network Design, Rollout and Implementation in the Sultanate of Oman Bader Saud Mohammed Al Zaidi Senior Manager A ccess Network Design OmantelBiographyMr. Bade r Saud Mohammed Al Zaidi is se nior Manage r of Acce ss Ne twork De sign at Omantel.He has successfully led se ve ral FTTH/GPO N base d acce ss ne twork proje cts in Oman.Level: Inte rmediateTopic: Succe sse s Lighting the Econom y with FTTHDescriptionLessons learne d afte r designing and implementing about 1000 FTTH/GPO Ns in TheSultanate of Oman. Although C APEX can be optim ized, ne twork simplicity m ight be moreim portant.Presentation Learning Objectives  C reating design rules to simplify your FTTH ne twork  Using software to optimize your design  O SP Lessons learned with rolling out FTTH/GPO N 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • PS-411-G – RFTS to Reduce OPEX Costs for FTTH Deployments Troy Veitenheimer General Manager NTest, Inc.BiographyTroy Veitenheimer is co-founder and General Manager of NTest. In this capacity, Troy isresponsible for NTests operations and sales of the test and measurement business. He hasspent over 15 years in the RFTS fiber monitoring market. Before founding NTest, Troy wasGeneral Manager of Alcon technologies where he led the switching business. Prior to AlconTechnologies, Troy was Managing Director of ADC’s tunable laser business in StockholmSweden. Previous to his move to Sweden, Troy led ADC’s international productmanagement team where he was responsible for product line management and businessstrategy worldwide. Troy holds a MBA from the University of St. Thomas and BS in IndustrialEngineering from St. Cloud State University.Level: GeneralTopic: Advanced Construction and Network ManagementDescriptionRFTS technology can monitor, isolate, test, and troubleshoot FTTH deployments and reduceOPEX truck rolls by 70%.Presentation Learning Objectives  Tutorial on cutting-edge technology necessary to monitor PON  Latest applications to reduce MTTR by 70%  How to integrate into operational processes 2011 FTTH Conference & Expo – Lighting the Economy
    • PS-412-I – Advanced G IS Tagging for Efficient FTTH Network Management Kiran Kumar Solipuram A ssistant Project Manager Infotech Enterprises LtdBiographyKiran has 13 years of expe rience in planning/de sign/installation/construction/ope rations ofTe le com infrastructures with various Indian/multinational Te le com ope rators. He is highlysk ille d in ATM, x DSL/Broadband, Metro-E, IPTV, MPLS, FTTx /xPO N te chnologies. He hasmanaged large -scale proje cts de live ring within time and budge ts. At present, Kiran iswork ing with Infote ch on xPO N/FTTx proje cts/business de ve lopment.Level: Inte rmediateTopic: Advanced Construction and Ne twork ManagementDescriptionThe proposed solution provides information about the automated and advance d te chnologyto construct and manage the FTTx ne twork infrastructure efficie ntly to save OpEx .Presentation Learning ObjectivesHow to improve the ne twork e fficiency, achie ve always high accurate data and te chnologyautomation to manage the FTTH outside ne twork s with less OpEx . 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • General Session Daniel O’Connell President FTTH CouncilBiographyDaniel O’Connell is the President of the Fiber-to-the-Home Council, a non-profit organizationestablished to help its members plan, market, implement and manage fiber-to-the-homesolutions.He joined the FTTH Council in 2010 after nearly 30 years in the private sector, most recentlyas the National Sales Director for Verizon Enhanced Communities (VEC), the division ofVerizon Communications that works with housing developers and property owners to deliverthe benefits of FTTP technology and FiOS services to these communities. In this position,Daniel led the organization in securing more than two million homes and apartments underFiOS agreements over five years.Prior to this assignment, Daniel ran regional sales and operations for Verizon Avenue andOnePoint Communications, predecessor companies to VEC. He has more than 20 yearsexperience in the telecommunications sector, including international assignments in Mexicoand Brazil with MCI. As Sub-Director of Carrier Interconnection for Aventel in Mexico City,Daniel led a consortium of competitive market entrants in negotiating interconnectionagreements with Telefonos de Mexico, and led Aventel’s public policy efforts at the Cofetel.He similarly developed and lobbied in support of policy positions for the Brazilian longdistance carrier Embratel following MCI Worldcom’s acquisition of the company, whileleading the interconnection negotiations with the Telebras companies.While in International Regulatory Affairs for MCI, Daniel developed new market entrancestrategies, and worked with regulatory authorities in Argentina, Venezuela, Japan, HongKong, Singapore and elsewhere to establish pro-competitive rules of engagement. Hesimilarly represented these policies at the FCC’s International Bureau, U.S. TradeRepresentative and other U.S. Agencies in support of MCI’s business interests abroad. Danielhas earlier career experience in competitive access, network management and billing, aswell as sales and marketing experience outside the communications industry.Daniel holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Financial Management from Catholic University inWashington, D.C., and an MBA in Marketing from Loyola University of Chicago. He is marriedwith two children. 2011 FTTH Conference & Expo – Lighting the Economy
    • PS-413-G – Connector and Cable Approaches That May Facilitate MDU Build Helmut Knehr Senior Systems Engineer Telcordia TechnologiesBiographyHe lmut Knehr is a se nior systems enginee r at Telcordia Te chnologies. He leads testing andthe de ve lopment of Gene ric Requirements for optical fibe r, cable , conne ctors andcomponents. Mr. Knehr is active in national standards de ve lopment at TIA. He lmut has alsobeen involved with national backbone optical ne twork planning at Bell Laboratories.Level: Ge ne ralTopic: Advanced Construction and Ne twork ManagementDescriptionThe multi-dwe lling unit (MDU) offe rs significant pote ntial for quick ly reaching manysubscribe rs. Some te chnologies tha t a re particula r suited to this applica tion a re re vie we d.Presentation Learning Objectives  Deployment options a re a va ilable for the MDU  Fie ld mountable conne ctors may be of inte rest  Unique cable designs allow rapid installation 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • PS-421-G – WDM PON- Its Affect on Today’s Optical Splitter OSP Design David Stallworth Manager OFSBiographyAn honors graduate of UNC-C harlotte in 1972 in Ele ctronics Enginee ring, David worked forBe llSouth for 33 years and has two patents. He has pe rforme d consulting work at CampLe jeune, NC , The Savannah Rive r Nuclear Plant in SC , and is currently work ing for O FS inAtlanta in FTTH O SP de sign.Level: Ge ne ralTopic: Advanced Construction and Ne twork ManagementDescriptionThe transition from a powe r splitte r to a wavele ngth splitte r re quires that we think aboutthis transition now and pre pare the de sign for the transition.Presentation Learning Objectives 1. Unde rstand the W DM PO N alte rnative s 2. Unde rstand how W DM PO N affe cts design 3. Unde rstand what change s may be ne ce ssary to e ffe ct the transition easie r 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • PS-422-G – Use of Single Mode Multi-Fiber Connectors Helmut Knehr Senior Systems Engineer Telcordia TechnologiesBiographyHe lmut Knehr is a se nior systems enginee r at Telcordia Te chnologies. He leads testing andthe de ve lopment of Gene ric Requirements for optical fibe r, cable , conne ctors andcomponents. Mr. Knehr is active in national standards de ve lopment at TIA. He lmut has alsobeen involved with national backbone optical ne twork planning at Bell Laboratories.Level: Ge ne ralTopic: FTTH 101DescriptionSingle mode multi-fibe r conne ctors offe r rapid deployment, but care is require d. C leaning iscritical. We re commend active loss measurements of all MFC junctions.Presentation Learning Objectives  Ex ce llent optical pe rformance can not be assumed afte r just mating multi-fibe r conne ctors.  Loss measurements are important  Conne ctor cleanliness is critical 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • PS-422-G – Use of Single Mode Multi-Fiber Connectors Mustafa Ozgur Systems Engineer Telcordia TechnologiesBiographyMustafa Ozgur is a systems enginee r at Te lcordia Te chnologies. He has been with Te lcordiafor ove r ten years. Mustafa manages the passive optical component labs. His responsibilitiesinclude creating the test se tups, pe rforming the tests, analyzing the data and preparing thereports.Level: Ge ne ralTopic: FTTH 101DescriptionSingle mode multi-fibe r conne ctors offe r rapid deployment, but care is require d. C leaning iscritical. We re commend active loss measurements of all MFC junctions.Presentation Learning Objectives  Ex ce llent optical pe rformance can not be assumed afte r just mating multi-fibe r conne ctors.  Loss measurements are important  Conne ctor cleanliness is critical 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • PS-423-I – IPTV QoE Improvement on FTTH Service Network Jeong-Gook Kwon Principal Researcher ETRIBiography1983 ~2010 ETRI Inte rne t Te chnology De ve lopment Division2008 ChungBuk National Unive rsity C ompute r Scie nce Ph.D2008 ~ 2009 Wachton Sta te Unive rsity Ele ctric & Ele ctronics Compute r Science VisitingProfessorLevel: Inte rmediateTopic: Fibe r Enabled Content and ApplicationsDescriptionThe quality analysis and improvement of IPTV QoE on FTTH se rvice ne tworkPresentation Learning Objectives 1. FTTH Se rvice ne twork and se rvice ce nte r 2. QoE on FTTH se rvice testbed 3. The quality analysis and improvement for QoE 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • PS-424-G – Impairments and Design of WDM-PON Based on Injection Seeding Chang-Hee Lee Professor KA ISTBiographySince 1997, he has bee n a Profe ssor with KAIST. His major inte rest is opticalcommunications and networks. He has spent ove r 20 years as an Enginee r in the area ofoptical communications, including semiconductor lase rs. He is now a fellow of IEEE and amembe r of O SA.Level: Ge ne ralTopic: FTTH 101DescriptionWe will address system impairments in seeded DW DM PO N (such as R IN, dispe rsion, back-re fle ction and crosstalk) and propose a de sign me thod of optical link .Presentation Learning Objectives  Basic archite cture for seeded DW DM PO N  Various system degradation factors  a guide line for optical link design 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • PS-425-G – Transforming the FTTH Network—Enabling Efficiency from the Core to the Edge Kevin Morgan Director of Product Marketing, Carrier Network Division ADTRA N, Inc.BiographyKe vin Morgan has more than 20 years of te le com expe rie nce. As Dire ctor of ProductMarke ting for ADTR AN’s Carrie r Networks Division, he is responsible for deve loping andintroducing marke ting strategies to improve busine ss, identify ne w marke t opportunities,and ensure the e ffe ctive promotion and de velopment of ADTR AN Carrie r Ne tworks products.Level: Ge ne ralTopic: Ne w Te chnologyDescriptionThis pre sentation will discuss how se rvice provide rs can acce le rate time-to-re venue andROI, e liminate bandwidth lim itations, ex tend the intelligence of back haul, simplifyope rations and reduce costs.Presentation Learning Objectives  se rvice provide rs are increasingly demanding Ethe rnet se rvices  demands are blurring the distinction betwe en access and transport  Ideal solutions must provide scalability at the ne twork edge 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • PS-710-G – FTTH in Denmark From Design to Deployment Ian Gordon Fudge CEO Fiberoptic trainer Fiberdk A pSBiographyIan Gordon Fudge is a Fibe r optic traine r, who has trained for ove r 20 years, and fibe r optictraining for ove r 12 years. Built the fibe r optic educational systems in De nmark, Ice land andGreenland. Is a membe r of the FTTH council in Europe .Level: Ge ne ralTopic: FTTH 101DescriptionFTTH de ployment in DenmarkPresentation Learning Objectives  PO N / P2P  Practicle installations  training sugestions 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • PS-711-G – Compact Cable Designs Mean Financial Gains for FTTH Networks Marie LaHoud Global Marketing Director Fiber Optic Materials DSM Functional MaterialsBiographyMarie Lahoud joined DSM De sote ch, with ove r 13 years of expe rience , in De cembe r 2008 asGlobal Marke ting Dire ctor of Fibe r Optic Mate rials. Prior to joining DSM, she se rve d inse ve ral capacities at Corning Incorporated, and worked as a consultant on strategy andbusiness de ve lopment proje cts at Booz Allen Hamilton.Level: Ge ne ralTopic: Advanced Construction and Ne twork ManagementDescriptionThis pre sentation will address financial gain pote ntials in the build and ope ration of threeFTTH ne twork scenarios which utilize ne w innovative compact fibe r cable designs.Presentation Learning Objectives  Financial gain pote ntials using compact fibe r designs in FTTH deployment.  Comparison of financial gain pote ntials in FTTH scenarios: dense urban, suburban and rural 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • PS-712-G – Setting the Cornerstone Diarmuid Kelly Director Sales International A ND Solution GmbHBiographyDire ctor of Sale s Inte rnational at AND Solution with ove r 25 years te le com expe rience in awide variety of positions. Responsible for global sales and business de ve lopment of AND, astate -of-the-art software solution for the design and documentation of access ne tworks.Level: Ge ne ralTopic: Advanced Construction and Ne twork ManagementDescriptionA we ll designed and we ll built ne twork will be the corne rstone of your busine ss.Presentation Learning Objectives 1) Your design solution can provide the corne rstone of your business 2) Scope of pe rformance 3) Scope of e conomics 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • PS-713-B – Calculating Optical Loss Budgets for FTTH Networks Dominic Ruggiero Sales Engineer Multicom, IncBiographyTe chnical Sales Enginee r with Multicom , Inc for 11 years. Earne d a Bache lor of Arts degreein Business Administration in 1996 from Cal State Fulle rton. Te chnical ce rtifications includeC isco A+ Ce rtification & Microsoft MSC E. Achie ved ce rtification from Fibe r to the HomeCouncil as a Ce rtifie d Fibe r to the Home Profe ssional (CFHP)Level: Be ginne rTopic: FTTH 101DescriptionThis pape r will demonstrate how to calculate an accurate optical loss budge t in a typicalFTTH ne twork. All types of attenuation issues will be addressedPresentation Learning Objectives  create loss budge ts for any FTTH standard  ITU standards for ne twork compone nts  actual loss vs. theore tical loss will be explained 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • PS-714-G – Enterprise GIS: Keeping You Ahead of the Competition Danny Petrecca Director of Product Management TelventBiographyDanny has a deep k nowle dge and ex pe rience with e ffe ctive application of GIS te chnology toutility and communications industry busine ss needs. He has 13 years in the geospatialindustry – 10 of which have been with Telvent. Danny is curre ntly Dire ctor of ProductManagement for Ente rprise GIS at Te lvent.Level: Ge ne ralTopic: Advanced Construction and Ne twork ManagementDescriptionAn Ente rprise GIS system enable s you to utilize your data to e ffe ctive ly support planning,provisioning, fulfillment and se rvice assurance keeping you ahead of your compe tition.Presentation Learning Objectives 1) Advance d network mode ling 2) Construction cost management 3) Be tte r & faste r de cision making 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • General Session Daniel O’Connell President FTTH CouncilBiographyDaniel O’Connell is the President of the Fiber-to-the-Home Council, a non-profit organizationestablished to help its members plan, market, implement and manage fiber-to-the-homesolutions.He joined the FTTH Council in 2010 after nearly 30 years in the private sector, most recentlyas the National Sales Director for Verizon Enhanced Communities (VEC), the division ofVerizon Communications that works with housing developers and property owners to deliverthe benefits of FTTP technology and FiOS services to these communities. In this position,Daniel led the organization in securing more than two million homes and apartments underFiOS agreements over five years.Prior to this assignment, Daniel ran regional sales and operations for Verizon Avenue andOnePoint Communications, predecessor companies to VEC. He has more than 20 yearsexperience in the telecommunications sector, including international assignments in Mexicoand Brazil with MCI. As Sub-Director of Carrier Interconnection for Aventel in Mexico City,Daniel led a consortium of competitive market entrants in negotiating interconnectionagreements with Telefonos de Mexico, and led Aventel’s public policy efforts at the Cofetel.He similarly developed and lobbied in support of policy positions for the Brazilian longdistance carrier Embratel following MCI Worldcom’s acquisition of the company, whileleading the interconnection negotiations with the Telebras companies.While in International Regulatory Affairs for MCI, Daniel developed new market entrancestrategies, and worked with regulatory authorities in Argentina, Venezuela, Japan, HongKong, Singapore and elsewhere to establish pro-competitive rules of engagement. Hesimilarly represented these policies at the FCC’s International Bureau, U.S. TradeRepresentative and other U.S. Agencies in support of MCI’s business interests abroad. Danielhas earlier career experience in competitive access, network management and billing, aswell as sales and marketing experience outside the communications industry.Daniel holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Financial Management from Catholic University inWashington, D.C., and an MBA in Marketing from Loyola University of Chicago. He is marriedwith two children. 2011 FTTH Conference & Expo – Lighting the Economy
    • General Session Kyle Hollifield Vice President Marketing and Business Development Bristol Virginia UtilitiesBiographyKyle Hollifield, Vice President Marketing and Business Development, Bristol Virginia UtilitiesBRISTOL, VA. Kyle Hollifield, is a 25-year veteran of the telecommunications industry, is thevice president of marketing and business development at Bristol Virginia Utilities, amunicipal electric company known for being a global pioneer in triple-play, and all-fiberbroadband. Hollifield oversees marketing and development strategies for the utility and itsOptiNet division. His position includes business oversight of BVU FOCUS, a division ofOptiNet that provides advanced telecom consulting and management services to othermunicipal entities seeking to launch broadband networks. A native of Tennessee, in 1988,Hollifield co-founded KS Telecom Inc. a successful West Palm Beach, Fla., telecom design,OEM manufacturing and distribution company that achieved $10 million in annual revenuesin less than four years. In addition to serving in the U.S. Air Force, Hollifield studiedbusiness management and marketing earning a marketing and business degree at theUniversity of Tennessee and currently is completing his Masters in IT at Virginia Tech. 2011 FTTH Conference & Expo – Lighting the Economy
    • GS-101-G – Opening General Session - Keynote Virginia Ruesterholz Executive Vice President of Verizon Services Operations VerizonBiographyVirginia P. Rueste rholz is exe cutive vice president and pre side nt of Ve rizon Se rvicesOpe ra tions (VSO ), a global, sha re d-se rvice s business group tha t ope ra tes Ve rizons wire linene twork as we ll as the finance ope ra tions, rea l estate and supply cha in se rvices tha t supporta ll Ve rizon compa nies. She a nd the VSO leade rship team a re focused on tra nsformingope rations to a chie ve syne rgies and drive efficie ncie s in all of Ve rizons sha re d se rvicesfunctions and to enhance the custome r expe rie nce by optim izing Ve rizons global IP anddomestic fibe r/coppe r wire line ne twork .Prior to he r current assignment, Rue ste rholz se rved as president of Ve rizon Te le com, whe reshe was responsible for sales, custome r se rvice, ope rations and IT for the consume r, gene ralbusiness and domestic wholesale marke ts. Unde r he r leade rship, Ve rizon began rolling outthe most comprehensive , high speed fibe r-optic te chnology in the country, providingcustome rs with advanced and innovative broadband expe rie nces. Ve rizons prem ie r positionin ne twork innovations earned the company nume rous citations and awards, including be ingnamed to the Busine ssWeek 50, which represents the "best in class" from each se ctor of theS&P 500. Pre viously, Rue ste rholz was preside nt of Ve rizon Partne r Solutions, responsible forVe rizons wholesale busine ss, including marke ting, sales, provisioning and maintenance .Rueste rholz joined Ne w York Te lephone as a manage r in 1984. She has since se rved inassignments of increasing responsibility in ope rations, sale s and custome r se rvice. In 1993,she was named marke t area vice president and gene ral manage r for se rvice de live ry andfie ld ope ra tions supporting consume r and business custome rs. Afte r the Be ll Atlantic/NYNEXme rge r, Rueste rholz was named vice president - Complex Installation and Maintenance forNe twork Se rvices and, late r, vice president - Ope rations Assurance . Afte r the BellAtlantic/GTE me rge r, Rueste rholz was named senior vice president of Wholesale Marke ts andled e fforts for approval to e nte r the long-distance marke t.Rueste rholz is a re cipient of C rains Ne w York Business prestigious "40 Unde r 40" award andthe Ne w York Womens Age nda ina ugural "R ising Sta r Awa rd." She is a member of the Boa rdof Trustees at Ste vens Institute of Te chnology and a membe r of the Board of Dire ctors of theManhattan Theate r C lub. Ste vens awarded he r an honorary doctorate of e nginee ring in May2008.Rueste rholz graduated from the Ste vens Institute of Te chnology with a degree in chemicalenginee ring in 1983. She earned an M.S. in Te le communications Management from Brook lynPolyte chnic Institute in 1991. 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • GS-102-G – Opening General Session - Keynote Michael Romano Senior Vice President of Policy National Te lecommunications Cooperative A ssociation (NTCA )BiographyMichael Romano joined the association as senior vice preside nt of policy on August 23,2010. Romano ove rsees the associations re ce ntly me rged gove rnme nt affairs and legal andindustry divisions, with a particular focus on NTC As regulatory and industry efforts.Romano comes to NTCA with exte nsive te le communications, media and te chnology industryexpe rience. Most re ce ntly, Romano was of counse l at Bingham McC utchen, LLP, whe re headvised tele com carrie rs regarding broadband stimulus and othe r fede ral broadband ne tworkfunding opportunities, and negotiated agreements on a varie ty of issues including equipmentand software lice nsing and sales, outsourcing arrangements and dispute settlements, amongothe r duties.Prior to joining Bingham McC utchen, Romano se rve d as vice president and gene ral counse lof Global Te le com & Te chnology, was counsel in the inte lle ctual prope rty group at Ame ricaOnline , and held a numbe r of positions in the legal department of Le ve l 3 Communications.He began his legal caree r a s an associa te a t Swidle r Be rlin, LLP . Romano earne d a B.A. fromMiddle bury College and a J.D. from George town Unive rsity Law Cente r. He is a member ofthe District of Columbia Bar. 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • GS-103-G – Opening General Session Michael Render President RVA LLCBiographyMichael Rende r is preside nt of R VA LLC , the premie r U.S. marke t re search firm in the area offibe r-to-the -home and fibe r-to-the -prem ise se rvices. RVA is a nationally known marke tresearch firm with a 30+-year history of dive rse marke t research se rvice to a wide range offirms ranging from we ll known Fortune 100 corporations to promising start-ups.Rende r has ove rseen marke t resea rch among FTTH provide rs and consume rs for the pastnine years and has been frequently quoted on the subje ct in both trade and ge ne ral inte restpublica tions. Re nde r is a fre quent speake r a t te le com-related trade shows in the US a ndEurope , and to gove rnment officials in Washington DC . For his work in FTTH marketresearch, he re ceived the 2005 Corne rstone award from Broadband Prope rties Magazine,and the 2007 Sta r a wa rd from the Fibe r to the Home Council. 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • GS-104-G – Opening General Session – World of FTTH Chris Holden President FTTH Counc il EuropeBiographyChris Holden is the President of the FTTH Council Europe, appointed by the Board ofDire ctors on 22 April 2010. Chris has bee n active in the FTTH Council Europe since 2005,initially as a membe r of the Infrastructure and Archite cture Committee, the n of theDeployment & Ope ra tions Committee . In April 2008 Chris was ele cte d chair of the D&OCommittee and in April 2009 Board membe r of the FTTH Council Europe . In addition to hisBoard activities, he was active as Board liaison with the D&O Comm ittee and RegulatoryCommittee and is also a membe r of the Council’s Business Committee.  2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • GS-204-G – Closing General Session Michael Romano Senior Vice President of Policy National Te lecommunications Cooperative A ssociation (NTCA )BiographyMichael Romano joined the association as senior vice preside nt of policy on August 23,2010. Romano ove rsees the associations re ce ntly me rged gove rnme nt affairs and legal andindustry divisions, with a particular focus on NTC As regulatory and industry efforts.Romano comes to NTCA with exte nsive te le communications, media and te chnology industryexpe rience. Most re ce ntly, Romano was of counse l at Bingham McC utchen, LLP, whe re headvised tele com carrie rs regarding broadband stimulus and othe r fede ral broadband ne tworkfunding opportunities, and negotiated agreements on a varie ty of issues including equipmentand software lice nsing and sales, outsourcing arrangements and dispute settlements, amongothe r duties.Prior to joining Bingham McC utchen, Romano se rve d as vice president and gene ral counse lof Global Te le com & Te chnology, was counsel in the inte lle ctual prope rty group at Ame ricaOnline , and held a numbe r of positions in the legal department of Le ve l 3 Communications.He began his legal caree r a s an associa te a t Swidle r Be rlin, LLP . Romano earne d a B.A. fromMiddle bury College and a J.D. from George town Unive rsity Law Cente r. He is a member ofthe District of Columbia Bar. 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • GS-105-G – Opening General Session – World of FTTH Frank (Fouad) Jaffer President FTTH Council Asia-PacificBiographyFrank Jaffer graduated from the London Business School, UK in 1989 and has been a part ofthe global fibre optic community ever since. For over 10 years he was leading the salesdivision of Kingfisher International which specializes on fibre optic test and measurementequipment. In 1999, Frank became the Managing Director of SENKO Advanced Componentsfor Asia Pacific where the company focuses on optical and IT component manufacturing,optical fibre training and education and also optical network consultation. Frank is alsocurrently the Executive VP of Global Business Development of SENKO Group. In 2006, Frank became part of the Founding Board of Directors of the Asia Pacific FTTH Council. With hisextensive experience of over 20 years in the optical fibre industry and also his passion forthe technology itself, Frank has been elected as the President of the APAC FTTH Council in2010 and again in 2011. Currently, he is also one of the key experts for the AustralianNational Broadband Network (NBN) Project.Throughout his career in the industry, Frank’scontribution to the fibre optic community has earned him the Scientist of the Year Award in2008 (field of Photonics) from USA and also numerous awards for his contribution to theFTTH council - serving several year as Board Director and founder member of Asia PacificFTTH Council. 2011 FTTH Conference & Expo – Lighting the Economy
    • GS-106-G – Opening General Session – World of FTTH Gilberto Guitarte LA TA M Chapter Chairman FTTH Counc il LA TA MBiographyGilbe rto was born in Arge ntina, whe re he graduated as an Industrial Enginee r in 1976 fromUC A Buenos Aires, with an Honor Diploma and was granted the C AI “Patricio Shanle y Awardfor O ve ra ll Enginee ring Studie s Pe rformance ” in 1977. He also got his post-Gradua te title inAdvance d Management from UNC Chapel Hill USA in 1999.Gilbe rto se rved his Military Duties in 1972 in the Argentine Army, based in the 10th InfantryDivision in Buenos Aires. He late r acted as Head of Practical Studies in Industrial Processingand Transports, a subje ct matte r he taught at UCA’s Industrial Enginee ring College till 1978. In that same year he married his love ly -now wife for 32 years- Ce cilia with whom he has adaughte r.His love for Ae ronautics got him the Argentine Private Pilot License in 1970, and in the USAin 1994, when he a lso be came a nd a ctive membe r of the Expe rimenta l Aircraft Associa tion.Since 1975, Gilbe rto occupied se ve ral positions in multinational companies like Rheem , TheAustin Co., Atlas Copco, Raychem and Tyco Ele ctronics (now TE Conne ctivity), gathe ringexpe rience in Manufacturing, Proje ct Management, Product Management,Marke ting/Business De ve lopment, and Sales.He has spe nt 29 years with TE Conne ctivity in se ve ral positions in Argentina, Spain, ASIA,and the USA whe re he is based now. He is presently se rving a s Regiona l Sales Mgr. forMex ico /Ce ntral Ame rica and the Caribbean, while also coordinating sales into Te lmexInte rnacional as a Global Account Dire ctor and supporting Broad/Band Conne ctivity BusinessDe velopment for Tele com Ne tworks across LATAM. Gilbe rto has now ove r 24 years ofexpe rience in Tele communications.His studie s and involvement with inte rnational business got him speak ing fluent English,Spanish and Portugue se, as we ll as business French and Italian.Gilbe rto be came an activemembe r of the Fibe r To The Home Council in 2008, and is also a Ce rtified Fibe r Installe r bythe Ele ctronics Te chnicians Association Inte rnational.Toge the r with a group of US and Latin Ame rican professiona ls Gilbe rto launched the LATINAMERIC A Chapte r of the FTTH Council, whe re he se rves as the C hairman for the Te chnologyCommittee since April 2009. He was awarded the 2009 FTTH Council “Photon” distinction forhis dedicated efforts to e stablish FTTH in LATAM. 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • PAN 400 – Large Carrier Perspectives Joanna Salhab Federici Fiber Optic Product Manager Telefonica BrazilBiography Joanna Federici is fiber optics product manager in Telefonica’s operation in Brazil. She andher team are focused on improving quality and efficiency of Sao Paulo’s field operation.She joined Telefonica in 2004 in a marketing position and since than has been working withbroadband services in several areas such as marketing, product development and fieldoperation. Since Telefonica launched fiber optic’s services in 2007 Joanna has been involvedwith it. Prior to her current position she was responsible for developing the product anddefining marketing strategies to the commercial launch. 2011 FTTH Conference & Expo – Lighting the Economy
    • GS-201-G – Closing General Session Tom Cohen FTTH Counc il Kelley, Drye & Warren, LLPBiographyThomas Cohe n is a partne r in the firm s Washington, D.C . office . His practice focuses onmatte rs involving communications, including te le communications, wire less and media, theInte rne t, privacy and gove rnment re lations.Mr. Cohe n has more than 30 years of expe rience in the communications/te le communicationsindustry se ctor, first as a gove rnment policy make r, se rving for ove r a de cade as assistantge ne ral counse l for le gislation at the Fede ral Communications Commission (FCC ) and assenior counse l for the Se nate Comme rce Committee. He then was a founde r and principal infirms asse ssing and de veloping communications/tele communications prope rties and advisingbusinesses. At Kelle y Drye , Mr. Cohen assists clie nts with a varie ty of aspe cts ofcommunications law, including fede ral and state administrative and legislative advocacy,business-re lated legal matte rs and litigation. 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • GS-202-G – Closing General Session Richard S. Whitt Director/Managing Counsel, Telecom and Media Policy Google, Inc.BiographyR ichard S. Whitt is Dire ctor and Managing Counse l for Te le com and Media Policy for GoogleInc. In that capacity, R ick is responsible for Google’s strategy and advocacy on all wire line ,wire less, and media matte rs be fore the Fe de ral Communications C ommission, othe r Fede ralage ncie s, a nd the U.S. Congress. Most re cently he has bee n repre senting the company’sinte rests on a varie ty of broadband policy issues, spe ctrum policy matte rs, and“unre gulation” of VoIP and othe r Web-based applications.Prior to joining Google in January 2007, R ick founded and headed Ne tsEdge Consulting, apublic policy consulting firm that provided le gal analysis, regulatory strategy, and advocacycounse l to Google and othe r Web companie s. From 1994 to 2006, Rick worked in the legaldepartme nt at MCI Communications, whe re he most re cently se rved as vice pre sident forfe de ral law and policy. R ick pre viously spent ove r five years as an associate attorne y in thecommunications practices of two large D.C .-based law firm s.R ick is a 1988 cum laude graduate of the George town Unive rsity Law Cente r, and a 1984magna cum laude graduate of James Madison Unive rsity. He is a resident of Washington,D.C . 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • GS-203-G – Closing General Session Blair LevinFellow, A spen Institute Communications and Society Program; Executive Director, Gig. U The A spen InstituteBiographyBlair Le vin be came Communications & Socie ty Fe llow with the Aspe n Institute afte r se rvingas Exe cutive Dire ctor of the National Broadband Pla nning effort. He is curre ntly Exe cutiveDire ctor of Gig.U, a proje ct within the Institute that seeks to acce le rate the deployment ofnex t gene ration ne tworks and se rvices by using unive rsity communities as test-be ds.P re viously, he had spent e ight yea rs as an equity a nalyst a t Legg Mason a nd StifelNicolaus. As Barron’s Magazine noted, Le vin “has always been on top of de veloping tre ndsand policy shifts in media and tele communications … and has proved visionary in ge tting outin front of many of today’s headline mak ing e vents.”Mr. Le vin a lso se rved a s C hie f of Sta ff to FCC C hairma n Reed Hundt from 1993 through1997. Prior to that Mr. Le vin practiced law in North Carolina. He is a graduate of YaleCollege and Yale Law School. 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • PAN 100 – MDU Panel John George Systems and A pplications Engineering OFSBiographyJohn George has se rved with AT&T, Lucent Te chnologies and O FS in systems enginee ring,applications enginee ring, marke ting, and manufacturing for 25 years. He currently dire ctsthe design, de velopment, and te chnical marke ting of the O FS Access ADVANTAGE ™System, a comple te end to end optical access cabling system .John has been an active membe r of the Fibe r to the Home (FTTH) Council from its foundingyear of 2001. In addition to be ing a membe r of the board of dire ctors, John is curre ntly co-chair of the confe re nce program and pape r se le ction committee, in addition to se rving on theTe chnology committee. John has published and presented ove r 30 pape rs on fibe r optics andFTTH in tradejournals and industry forums. As an active membe r of IEEE, TIA, ISO, and IEC Johnfacilitated the deve lopment of nume rous standards including 10 Gb/s Ethe rne t, Ethe rne t inthe First m ile , O M-3 optical fibe r, and small form factor optical conne ctivity.John holds a Bache lor of Scie nce in Me chanical Enginee ring from Georgia Te ch and a Maste rof Science in Enginee ring Adm inistration and Marke ting from Virginia Te ch. 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • PAN 100 – MDU Panel Mona Simon Communications Engineering & Operations Supervisor Lafayette Utilities System dba LUS FiberBiographyMona Simon obtained a B.S. degree in Ele ctrical Enginee ring and an M.S. inTe le communications from the Unive rsity of Louisiana at Lafaye tte.She owned an ele ctrical contracting and se curity business and worked for a Lafaye tteEnginee ring Consulting firm. In 2000, she acce pte d a position with the Lafaye tte UtilitiesSystem, the largest municipal e le ctric utility in Louisiana. LUS provides e le ctric, wate r,waste wate r and te le com se rvices. Mona currently holds the position of CommunicationsEnginee ring and Ope rations Supe rvisor. 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • PAN 100 – MDU Panel Katie Espeseth Vice President EPB Fiber OpticsBiographyKatie joined EPB in 2004, bringing ove r 30 years of marke ting and te le communicationsexpe rience to the company. As Vice President of EPB Fibe r Optics, Katie is responsible forthe continued deve lopme nt and sales of the ir 100% fibe r optic communications initiativeincluding long te rm business planning and de ve lopment of ne w se rvices. 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • PAN 100 – MDU Panel Michael Weston Director of Marketing Operation Verizon Enhanced CommunitiesBiographyMike Weston is Dire ctor of Marke ting Ope ration for Ve rizon Enhanced Communities, whe rehe supports the de velopment of FiOS product enhancements to se rve the unique nee ds ofthe multifamily segment. Weston has 20 years of expe rience in te le communications, se rvingvarious enginee ring and management roles within Ve rizon, Cable & Wirele ss, and SBC.Weston holds both a bache lor’s degree in busine ss management and an MBA from theUnive rsity of Texas at Austin. 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • PAN 100 – MDU Panel Barry Walton Senior A dvisor – A ccess FTTH Bell A liantBiography • 33 years of se rvice , work ing at Be ll Aliant in 23 various roles, the majority in outside plant. • Co - de veloped the business case for FTTH which be gan in 2008 • Currently ove r see ing Be ll Aliant’s 2 year FTTH program to pass 600k prem ises passed by end of 2012 – Responsible for the access design / build strategy for Be ll Aliants FTTH program • Has the unofficial title at Be ll Aliant as the “God Fathe r of FTTH” 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • PAN 100 – MDU Panel William P. Kloss Senior Sales Director, A mericas OFSBiographyAs a ve te ran te le communications industry sales and marke ting exe cutive, Bill has held Sales,Marke ting and Business De ve lopment leade rship roles with both public and privately he ldte le communications companies throughout his 29 year caree r.Having worked in the fibe r optics industry since 1995, Bill joined OFS in 2004 to lead theNorth Ame rica Cable Sales organization and today se rves as the Senior Sales Dire ctor forthe ir Ame ricas ope ra tions.Bill re ce ived his BBA and MBA degrees from C le ve land State Unive rsity. He has alsocomple ted furthe r exe cutive studies from both the Harvard and Wharton Business Schools. 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • PAN 400 – Large Carrier Perspectives Robert Whitman Director, FTTH Programs Corning Inc.BiographyBob Whitman is responsible for C orning’s FTTH strategy and de ve lopment activities for largeFTTH proje cts. Active for ove r a de cade in global promotion and education of FTTH, Bob hasde ve loped comme rcial and te chnical expe rtise in all aspe cts of the FTTH busine ss mode l. Heis one of the three founding individuals of the FTTH Council NA.Pre viously, Bob he ld a varie ty of enginee ring, marke t de ve lopment and programmanagement roles. Prior to joining C orning in 1997 Bob se rve d as a Nuclear Powe rEnginee ring Office r in the US Navy. 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • PAN400 – Large Carrier Perspectives Kenneth Edison Director, FibreOP Program Bell A liantBiographyKenny Edison is a Professional Enginee r at Be ll Aliant and is the Dire ctor of Be ll Aliants FTTHinitiative , FibreOP™. He provide s De live ry Management leade rship for the footprint, se rvicede ve lopment and ope rational readiness components of FibreOP™. Ke nny has more than 10years in Program and Portfolio Management. 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • PAN 400 – Large Carrier Perspectives Larry Boehm Director – Network Implementation TDS Te lecomBiographyLarry Boe hm is the Dire ctor - Ne twork Implementation for TDS Te le com . He providesleade rship to the e nginee ring and proje ct management teams de live ring the voice and datane tworks, including FTTH, to TDS’ 30 U.S. states. Larry has more than 30 years with TDS,the last 7 in the Ne twork Se rvices department. 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • PAN 400 – Large Carrier Perspectives Joanna Salhab Federici Fiber Optic Product Manager Telefonica Brazil2011 FTTH Conference & Expo – Lighting the Economy
    • PAN 500 – Marketing in a Broadband Applications Driven World Bernie Arnason Managing Partner and Founder Pivot Media LLCBiographyBe rnie brings 15 years of te le com ex pe rience to Pivot Media, whe re he provides strategicdire ction and management. Be rnie is a we ll re spe cted leade r within the broadband industryand is a freque nt speake r a nd pane list a t regiona l a nd national e vents. Be rnie follows thebroadband industry close ly and conducts and authors industry research and whitepape rs,and works with clients on strategic consulting engagements. Be rnie is also the publishe r andmanaging editor of Te le compe titor, a leading broadband industry blog focused on thee volving broadband compe titive landscape . Be rnie is also a principal with Pivot Medias siste rcompany, Pivot Group, a strategic marke ting consulting and research firm se rving individualbroadband se rvice provide rs. 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • PAN 500 – Marketing in a Broadband Applications Driven World Chris Carabello Director – Market Development Metaswitch NetworksBiographyChris is Dire ctor of Marke ting for Me taswitch Ne tworks, He has ove r 18 years expe rience insales and marke ting to both consume rs and businesses and for compe titive and incumbentcarrie rs. Chris’ team supports Me taswitch custome rs to support end-use r product de finitionand marke ting strategies.Chris joined Me taswitch in 2007 afte r having se rved as Dire ctor of Marke ting for Broadvie wNe tworks, a $400M Unite d Sta tes CLEC , whe re he stee red the company’s branding andchanne l management. Previously, Chris se rved in senior marke ting positions at AT&T whe rehe led distribution of its IP products to SMBs. C hris holds a BA from Villanova Unive rsity andan MBA from Rutge rs Unive rsity. He and his family reside in Yardle y, PA 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • PAN 500 – Marketing in a Broadband Applications Driven World Ron Holcomb VP for Business Development Tantalus SystemsBiographyRon Holcomb is the VP for Busine ss De ve lopment for Tantalus Systems, the leading provide rof Smart Grid communications solutions for Advanced Me te ring, Demand Response &Distribution Automation. Ron has ove r 25 years expe rience providing exe cutivemanagement, consulting and enginee ring to public e le ctric and communications utilities. 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • PAN 500 – Marketing in a Broadband Applications Driven World Bryan J. Rader CEO Bandwidth Consulting LLCBiographyBryan J. Rade r is the founde r and C EO of Bandwidth Consulting LLC, forme d in 2007 toassist cable ope rators who target the MDU (multi-family) and FTTH marke t segment. Hework s with clients across the U.S. on nume rous strategic and ope rational issues. Pre viously,he was the Founde r and C EO of MediaWorks, one of the largest and most successfulindepe ndent cable ope rators in the U.S. prior to its 2006 sale . He is a national speake r,columnist, a nd advisor to the MDU, FTTH a nd cable industries, a nd a large advocate forautism research. He resides in Cheste rfie ld, Missouri woth his wife and two children. Moreinformation on Bandwidth Consulting LLC can be found at www.bandwidthconsultingllc.com. 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • PAN 500 – Marketing in a Broadband Applications Driven World Bruce Churchill Channel Manager Microsoft EntertainmentBiographyBruce is a ve te ran exe cutive with ove r 25 years expe rience in successful global te chnologycompanies. Bruce has led and participated in large growing and profitable se rvices andproduct business units in various companies across the world. He is currently employed atMicrosoft Corporation in the ir Inte ractive Ente rtainment Business Unit with responsibility forthe ir IPTV offe ring. Prior to Microsoft Bruce e njoyed various strategic and exe cutivepositions with Sonus Ne tworks, Design South Professionals, Re dback Ne twork s, Norte lNe tworks, and Hayes Microproducts Inc. Bruce currently se rves on the ex te rnal advisory board for the C lemson Unive rsity Ele ctricaland Compute r Enginee ring departme nt and is a re giste red professional e nginee r.He holds a Bache lors and Maste rs degree in Ele ctrica l Enginee ring from C lemson Unive rsity.Bruce enjoys his family – wife Laurie and 2 boys Josh and Ethan. 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • PAN 700 – Lighting the Economy David St. John Principal St. John Communications LLCBiographyDavid St. John has more than 25 years of expe rience as a communications and publicre lations exe cutive spe cializing in te chnology, public policy and inte rnational affairs. As theowne r of St. John Communications, he provides strategic PR and public affairs counse l tonational and inte rnational clie nts, including the Fibe r-to-the -Home Council North Ame rica. 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • PAN 700 – Lighting the Economy Kelley Dunne Chief Executive Officer One Economy CorporationBiographyKe lle y Dunne , Chief Exe cutive O ffice r of One Economy has more than 20 years of expe riencein the te le communications industry and is re cognized as an industry pionee r in deployingsome of the first 4G broadband wire less capacities across the country. Ke lle y’s caree rjourne y has always been grounded in his deep sense of purpose. His unique combination ofte le communications expe rtise , business acumen and commitment to se rvice will allow O neEconom y to expand its impact in unde rse rved communities around the world.Prior to joining One Econom y as C EO, Kelle y was the founde r and C EO of Digital BridgeCommunications Corporation, a provide r of broadband wire less to small and medium -sizedcommunities. He has also he ld leade rship positions with O ne Point Communications, AT&TBe ll Labs and Ve rizon, whe re he launched Ve rizon’s Rural Broadband Initiative, leading someof the most innovative broadband wire less deployments in rural marke ts, Native Ame ricanrese rvations, low-income housing areas and U.S. military bases. Ke lley who gre w up in amilitary fam ily also se rved in the U.S. Arm y Signal Corps as both an e nlisted se rvice membe rand an office r.Ke lle y re ce ived his BS degree in Communications Systems Management from OhioUnive rsity and his MS degree in Information and Communications Sciences from Ball StateUnive rsity. 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • PAN 700 – Lighting the Economy Ritchie Sorrells President and CEO GVTC CommunicationsBiographyR itchie Sorre lls is president and C EO for GVTC, which spe cializes in fibe r-to-the-home cableTV, high speed Inte rne t, phone and se curity monitoring se rvice s. GVTC is based north ofSan Antonio.In 2008, GVTC was a wa rde d the Fibe r-to-the -Home Councils, Cha irmans Awa rd, a ndse le cted as a Broadband Communities Magazine , Top 100 Company, the past fourconse cutive years. 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • PAN 700 – Lighting the Economy Katie Espeseth Vice President EPB Fiber OpticsBiographyKatie joined EPB in 2004, bringing ove r 30 years of marke ting and te le communicationsexpe rience to the company. As Vice President of EPB Fibe r Optics, Katie is responsible forthe continued deve lopme nt and sales of the ir 100% fibe r optic communications initiativeincluding long te rm business planning and de ve lopment of ne w se rvices. 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • PAN 700 – Lighting the Economy Mona Simon Communications Engineering & Operations Supervisor Lafayette Utilities System dba LUS FiberBiographyMona Simon obtained a B.S. degree in Ele ctrical Enginee ring and an M.S. inTe le communications from the Unive rsity of Louisiana at Lafaye tte.She owned an ele ctrical contracting and se curity business and worked for a Lafaye tteEnginee ring Consulting firm. In 2000, she acce pte d a position with the Lafaye tte UtilitiesSystem, the largest municipal e le ctric utility in Louisiana. LUS provides e le ctric, wate r,waste wate r and te le com se rvices. Mona currently holds the position of CommunicationsEnginee ring and Ope rations Supe rvisor. 2011 FTTH Confe rence & Expo – Lighting the Econom y
    • September 26-30, 2011 Orlando, FL WHITE PAPERS
    • T-101-G Frank EffenbergerProgress in 10G-PON
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    • T-102-G Matt Brown Achieving IECStandard 61300-3-35Compliance for Fiber Connectors
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    • T-504-G Kevin BourgOutsourcing Your Services:Is Your FTTH Architecture Ready?
    • T-504-G Frank EffenbergerOutsourcing Your Services:Is Your FTTH Architecture Ready?
    • T-504-G Outsourcing Your Services: Is your FTTH Architecture Ready? Kevin Bourg Director of Sales Engineering and Market Development – FTTP Solutions Aurora Networks kbourg@aurora.com +1 678 339 1037 http://www.aurora.comTable of ContentsSummary ............................................................................................................................. 2Putting Your Investment to Work ....................................................................................... 2Driving Revenue from Services on the Outside ................................................................. 3Gazing into the Cloud ......................................................................................................... 4Conclusion .......................................................................................................................... 5
    • T-504-G Outsourcing Your Services: Is your FTTH Architecture Ready? – Kevin BourgSummaryIntroducing an all Fibre deployment to the home or business opens up the possibility ofconceivably limitless services to the subscriber. Most traditional FTTH operators viewthe all-fibre deployment as a method for providing existing triple-play services to thecustomer base; however, opening your network to new service models not only providesfor a new revenue stream, but also provides a stronger product offering a traditionalcopper network is unable to achieve. For many network operators, these services are notnew; however, the costs to provide these services to Small-Medium Businesses may notbe cost effective. Looking to extend the current service offerings to include functionssuch as cloud computing, hosted centrex services and external Service Provider accessprovides a comprehensive set of services whether it is the casual home user or the high-end corporate environment all based on the same Fibre based network infrastructure.Putting Your Investment to WorkFor the most part, the transition to an FTTH network from traditional copper-basedtechnologies typically includes a system-wide upgrade of various networking services.Some network operators utilize this network transition as a time to upgrade thebackhaul/aggregation networks as well as their platforms supporting voice services. Withthese upgrades, the network operator has an opportunity to expand existing services tomarkets where they were not cost-effective previously, or to provide new services.One example network operators may consider is the expansion of their voice service toinclude Centrex services for SoHo or Small-Medium Business (SMB) environments. Theoffering of such services is not new, nor does it require an FTTH connection. But, thehistorical service foundation was circuit-based technology requiring multiple DS0circuits to be terminated at the Central Office (CO). The customer was provided alimited number of features, and changes to the customer-facing services required operatorinteraction. These services may not have been cost effective to the SMB with less than20 employees.With the build-out of an FTTH deployment, many operators take this time to transitiontheir customer base from a circuit switched telephony environment to a packet switchedenvironment supported by technologies such as SIP and/or MGCP. Rather thanterminating individual physical DS0 circuits, a network operator is terminating endpointson an IP network supporting either traditional POTS-based phones or feature-rich IP-based handsets. Regardless of the physical connection at the SoHo or SMB, themanagement of these services may now be placed in the hands of the subscriber, witheasy-to-use interfaces provided by many voice platform environments. The networkoperator may now begin to offer low-cost Centrex services to not only a single office, butextend these services easily across geographic areas to home users and remote offices.With the introduction of low-cost, high-capacity data connections in an FTTHenvironment, the network operator may offer colocation services (colo, or Carrier Hotel)to a much wider customer base than was previously cost-effective. The network operatormay expand current colo services to a customer environment to include elements such ashosted email services, centralized / high available file server offerings and various web2011 FTTH Conference & Expo: Lighting the Economy – Orlando, Florida Page 2 of 5
    • T-504-G Outsourcing Your Services: Is your FTTH Architecture Ready? – Kevin Bourgcommerce facilities. For most SMB environments, such an offering affords more focuson driving growth within the business, rather than figuring out who is responsible formaintaining the local email server this week (a distraction which we have personallyexperienced).Driving Revenue from Services on the OutsideFor many network operators, the idea of allowing outside service providers access to theirnetwork infrastructure is probably as foreign as one can imagine. Traditionally, networkoperators in the United States are maintained as closed network architectures. Access tooutside providers is only available through traditional Internet/Data connections providedto the subscriber. This service is typically a best-effort service provided at a definedminimum, but competitive, data rate. More recently, there have been discussions tomove away from the all-you-can-use Internet model to more of a capped environmenteither on a per-subscriber basis or even narrowing it down to a per-service basis such asNetflix, Hulu or Rhapsody.One of the challenges these services place on network operators is the expense associatedwith the Point-of-Presence (PoP) connection to the Internet/Content Source. The pastInternet experience of browsing and reading or downloading email no longer applies.The exchange of information is real-time and constant, allowing people to downloadcomplete movies, upload family vacation pictures/videos, and play real-time interactivevideo games such as World of Warfare or Need for Speed. These services has furthercongested the network operator’s PoP, mandating further upgrades to the Internet PoPwhile balancing subscriber costs to maintain a competitive edge.A possible option to help mitigate these costs is the definition of a Service ProviderInsertion Point (SPIP) to allow 3rd Party service providers segregated access to thesubscriber base. Now this is not something which comes for free to the subscriber, butrather it is an added service above and beyond a standard Internet connection. Theservice traverses the same subscriber-facing network as an ordinary data service, but it isprovided at an enhanced Service Level Agreement (SLA), or outside of any imposedbandwidth cap. That is, for an additional fee, the customer gets additional serviceIn our experience, this model has proven to be rather fruitful for network operators inmarkets such as Europe and Asia / Pacific. The concept of Internet metering (i.e.bandwidth caps) is more of the rule rather than the exception in these markets. Thosesubscribers are rather cognizant of their network utilization on a daily basis. In order forbandwidth-intensive services to break into these markets, a different model for servicedelivery was necessary.Over the past 3 years of FTTH deployments throughout these markets, our experience hasshown us a number of different models for service delivery as noted above. For many ofthese models, the need to control the bandwidth was the driving factor, as customers weredemanding services such as football (what we Americans call soccer) and newsprogramming across the fragmented / multilingual countries. Subscribers demanded theservices, while network operators many times did not have the content rights or theavailable bandwidth to provide such a service.2011 FTTH Conference & Expo: Lighting the Economy – Orlando, Florida Page 3 of 5
    • T-504-G Outsourcing Your Services: Is your FTTH Architecture Ready? – Kevin BourgThe challenges faced by these network operators are not much different than those facedby network operators here in the United States today. Subscribers are demanding contentwhich is increasing the demand on network operators’ PoPs for the distribution of variouscontent sources, such as Hollywood Movies or Interactive Gaming. However, as thecompetition for delivering services to customers over FTTH networks continues toexpand, network operators must look at additional sources of revenue to help offset thecosts associated for the bandwidth hogs of tomorrow (remember, Netflix probably wasn’ton your radar when you began planning for your FTTH Network in place today).Gazing into the CloudAlthough the concept of distributed computing has been around for many years, morerecently people have become very familiar with a similar concept called cloud computing.The historical origins of the term cloud computing is probably about as clear as a cloudon a rainy day; however, most references converge on the introduction of lowercost/higher bandwidth packet-switched networks as a replacement for traditional circuit-switched architectures. The term cloud was coined as the reference point in the networkproviding the point-to-multipoint connectivity between servers and clients.In more recent history, the concept of computing in the cloud has transitioned far from asimple distributed data center model used by large/medium businesses. Today, cloud-based services are bundled into customer-facing “clouds” targeted at a particular class ofsubscribers. An example of such a service would be a marketed cloud focused primarilyon legal and medical fields. Both of these fields require significant storage of personnelrecords as well as access to these records in a secure, confidential manner. Maintainingthis information on-site is a risk to both the legal/medical firms as well as the endconsumer. Further, in the medical field, as records are becoming more portable acrossvarious institutions, high-speed distributed access to these records over a hosted cloudenvironment is imperative. The development and marketing of such a cloud environmentwould provide not only an additional revenue stream for a network operator but alsoincrease the overall market penetration, converting those “businesses-passed” to“businesses-connected.”In some circles, these marketed clouds may be referred to as “utility computing” or“Software as a Service.” These terms help describe the further movement of cloudcomputing from a small/medium business subscriber to the residential subscriber. Takenfrom the concept of utility-based services necessary to operate a home, such as water, gas,and electricity, the term utility computing brings those services “necessary” to operate ahome network into a single marketed cloud resource.For example, the company Skyscraper Data Solutions has a product they market underthe name iOBACKUP. Although this service is available to customers of all sizes, one ofthe services they are marketing is the ability for the home user to back up their digitizedpictures, movies and music to a safe and secure environment. Most home / casual usersout there don’t understand they are one hard drive crash away from a complete loss ofmemories such as a new born baby or the Thanksgiving dinner where Grandfather burneddown the garage attempting to fry a turkey.2011 FTTH Conference & Expo: Lighting the Economy – Orlando, Florida Page 4 of 5
    • T-504-G Outsourcing Your Services: Is your FTTH Architecture Ready? – Kevin BourgThe beauty of the cloud is that there is not a true definition of what may be includedwithin a single marketed cloud instance. Consumer-facing services may be marketeddifferent than the small/medium business while another set may be marketed to the SoHoconsumer. An example of a consumer-facing cloud service may include:  Shared access to online word processing tools  An Internet-facing portal for the sharing of data such as pictures and movies  Backup service of all personal data, including media files and financial/tax dataAs a network operator, there are a large number of tools in the market today to helpestablish your own cloud-based services. One of the more popular tools as of recentyears is supported under the Amazon brand called Amazon Web Service. This is aservice provided by Amazon whereby excess processing available within the Amazondistributed data centers is “sold” as a product for the purpose of both public and privatecloud computing. Finally, companies such as Skyscraper noted above are typicallylooking at partnership arrangements in either a direct sell or resell services, depending onthe requirements dictated by the market.ConclusionMany network operators have chosen to provide an all-fiber based installation to thehome in support of lower operational costs than that provided by traditionalcopper/wireless based technologies, as well as the required bandwidth necessary tosupport consumer-based services in demand today. In search for additional revenuestreams, network operators need to begin looking internally within their infrastructure atnew ways to market a service in place today, such as Centrex-based services for asmall/medium business. Further, network operators should look at methods to helpmitigate the rising costs of the ever increasing constant bit rate traffic demand bysubscribers, through possible co-marketing or partnering agreements with potentialbandwidth hog applications. Remember, the use of network capacity has been increasingexponentially over the years and does not appear to be slowing down anytime soon.Solving this problem today will only help reduce the pain in the future. Finally, cloud-based services to the subscriber base are much needed applications many consumers havenot even considered necessary today, because they don’t even understand the problem, letalone the solution that is available. This will help drive additional revenue streamswithin the organization and will provide that level of separation from your competitionfor which the consumer is willing to pay.Pulling all of these possible new revenue streams together would not be possible withouta clear Operational Support Systems (OSS) / Business Support System (BSS) strategy inplace. The ease of use in supporting possible outside service providers must be clearlymaintained in making sure services are activated properly and on time in a clean andefficient manner, no different than for traditional network services.2011 FTTH Conference & Expo: Lighting the Economy – Orlando, Florida Page 5 of 5
    • T-502-GRobert Bachtell Central Office Strategies forSpeeding FTTHService Turn-up Requirements
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