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  • Future Fiber Architectures John A. Jay Manager, Worldwide Applications Engineering 19 November 2009
  • John A. Jay • Manager, Worldwide Applications Engineering, Corning Optical Fiber • 26 years in fiber optics at Corning • BChE 1983 Georgia Institute of Technology • Rapporteur, ITU-T Study Group 15 Question 1 “Coordination of Access Network Transport Standards” • IEC Subcommittee 86A (“Fibres and cables”)/Working Group 1(“Optical Fibres”) 1990 - 2000 • Founding member of the Fiber to the Home Council Telecommunications November 19, 2009 2
  • Fiber is an optimum immediate investment to carry networks to the “post-100 Mb/s era” • Fiber network technology is well established and proven • Fiber networks are highly reliable • Fiber networks reduce operating costs • Fiber networks have the smallest carbon footprint of access network technologies Telecommunications November 19, 2009 3
  • Current fiber network architectures are upgradeable for technologies taking us in to the 100 Mb/s era • Fiber networks have the strongest transmission capability • Fiber network standardization is established well past GPON • Developing standards drafted (or envisioned) to leverage current fiber product and invested Plant • Fiber networks are compatible with all other access network technologies Telecommunications November 19, 2009 4
  • Current fiber network architectures are scalable for technologies taking us beyond the 100 Mb/s era • PON support of 4G wireless • Reach extension - 60 km reach or more • WDM PON - A wavelength to each customer • RFOG Telecommunications November 19, 2009 5
  • Fiber networks create infrastructure for Innovation and Investment up to and beyond the “100 Mb/s era” • Fiber is ready for the 100 Mb/s era today • Optical fiber access networks leverage current fiber product and invested Plant • Fiber networks are compatible with all other access network technologies • Fiber networks complement other access network technologies in cases they are a better solution • Fiber networks are the optimum baseline infrastructure for extending broadband and developing new and improved applications Telecommunications November 19, 2009 6
  • Back-Up Material
  • Fiber networks already prove in over copper for new builds & are closing the gap vs. overbuilds FTTH Costs Homes Passed + Homes Connected • Since 2004, the cost to • Since 2004, the cost to deploy FTTH has dropped deploy FTTH has dropped about 45% about 45% 2,600 $ Deployment Cost • It now costs network • It now costs network = $/HP providers about $1,450 to providers about $1,450 to = $/HC 2000 bring optical solutions direct bring optical solutions direct to your home. to your home. 1,450 • Due to the adoption of new • Due to the adoption of new 1,300 technical innovations we technical innovations we 1000 expect deployment costs to expect deployment costs to continue to decline to $1,300 continue to decline to $1,300 by 2010. by 2010. 2004 2008 2010F Source: Fiber to the Home Council Telecommunications November 19, 2009 8
  • Fiber network products produced for FTTP Innovation reducing labor costs Telecommunications November 19, 2009 9
  • WDM PON architecture Source: http://www.fttxtra.com/pon/wdm-pon/what-companies-have-wdm-pon/ Telecommunications November 19, 2009 10
  • Fiber to the Tower Source: Light Reading and Ericsson Telecommunications November 19, 2009 11
  • Fiber access networks have the smallest carbon footprint of all broadband technologies For 1M users equates to 250K-700K gallons of CO2 or $1-3M Source: Light Reading and Ericsson Telecommunications November 19, 2009 12
  • CO2 reduction effect of Internet connection service with PON (passive optical network) system CO2 reduction of 57% by sharing an optical fiber Source: NTT Telecommunications November 19, 2009 13
  • Summary • Optical fiber access networks leverage current fiber product and invested Plant • Optical fiber networks offer the strongest technical capability • Fiber networks installed today are future-proof • Fiber networks are the best infrastructure for Innovation and Investment • Fiber networks are the optimum baseline infrastructure for extending broadband and developing new and improved service models and applications Telecommunications November 19, 2009 14
  • References • “Environmental Impact Reduction by Broadband Services”, Mr. Hiromichi SHINOHARA, ITU Symposium "ICTs and Climate Change“. Kyoto, Japan, 15 – 16 April 2008 • “NEBS/FOC: Green Network Topologies” L. C. Graff, Verizon NEBS Conference 2008 “Communication Goes Green” • “GPON in Practice Where, When, How?” Michael Gronovius. A Light Reading Webinar June 22nd, 2009. Telecommunications November 19, 2009 15