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  1. 1. Global Carrier Perspectives on Evolving Fibre in the MDU Installation Technologies and PracticesFibre in the MDU and Home - Becoming the New Normal FTTH Conference Europe 2012 – Munich, Germany John George Director, Systems and Applications Engineering, OFS FTTH Conference Europe Feb 15, 2012- Munich JEG Slide 1
  2. 2. Global Carrier Perspectives on Evolving Fibre in the MDUInstallation Technologies and PracticesFibre in the MDU and Home - Becoming the New Normal  Drivers and Benefits of Fibre to Each Living Unit  Current Options to push Fibre to the Desktop ONT  What’s Next? FTTH Conference Europe Feb 15, 2012- Munich JEG Slide 2
  3. 3. Global FTTH Market Drivers50M in 2012 to 400M homes by 2025 Video Cloud - Tele - work, medicine, chat, security, conferencing, commerce. • Drives Bandwidth, will continue growing 30-40%/yr (Cisco) • Inherently GREEN by reducing travel • BIG Screens need BIG Bandwidth – – Coming soon: 2160p will require 50 Mbps per channel 3
  4. 4. Video and Competition Driving Access Bandwidth Growth FTTH Responds to the Need for Speed Access Data Rates 10,000 2012 Offers Fibre:Top Tier Data Rate (Mb/s) 1,000 20 - 1,000 Mbps No limit!!* 2 Super HDTV 100 2160p Channels Copper Speed (50 Mbps/channel) 10 Limit Digital 1 will soon exceed 42% annual growth the capacity of 0.1 Increasing 4 times .0560 every 4 years copper networks .0288 0.01 .0144 Analog Source: Technology 0.001 .0024 Modems futures and OFS Fiber to the Home Year 0.0003 Capacity is >1000 0 1980 1990 2000 2010 2020 Super HDTV channels Text Pictures Video HD SHD 3D * Fibre theoretical limit is >50 Tbps FTTH Conference Europe Feb 15, 2012- Munich JEG Slide 4
  5. 5. Need for Speed Driving Fibre to Each Living UnitMore cost effective than FTTB for Most InstallationsAttribute Fibre to the Building with Fibre to Each Living Unit MDU ONU Desktop ONTFirst Cost Higher – expensive multiport ONU Lower – low cost ONT and drop must be deployed day one. fibre deployed on success basis to each new subscriberBuilding cabling Variable/unpredictable – depends on Predictable and dropping throughcost existing copper wiring condition, new Fibre in the MDU technologies expensive remediation may be requiredNew Subscriber Lower – leverage existing ONU Higher – but success based andconnection cost supported by revenueFuture readiness Lower – limited by copper cabling Best – enabled by Fibre bandwidth bandwidth to each subscriberOverall business Limited - may be attractive if Fibre in Best in most cases – why Verizoncase the building not permitted, or for very deploys Fibre to each living unit for high initial take rates >90% of their 4M unit MDU build FTTH Conference Europe Feb 15, 2012- Munich JEG Slide 5
  6. 6. Global Carrier Perspectives on Evolving Fibre in the MDUInstallation Technologies and PracticesFibre in the MDU and Home - Becoming the New Normal  Drivers and Benefits of Fibre to Each Living Unit  Current Options to push Fibre to the Desktop ONT  What’s Next? 6
  7. 7. MDU Buildings Come in Different Shapes and SizesHigh Rises, Low Rises, Garden Style….. …. and in each residence , MDUs share a common challenge – how to reach the ONT? FTTH Conference Europe Feb 15, 2012- Munich JEG Slide 7
  8. 8. Fibre in the MDU and HomeService Provider GoalsAccepted Helps increase take rate  Low visibility to customer  Fast installation, minimal disruption to the customerCost Effective Low Installed cost Fast, Low Skill installationReliable Service Optical and Mechanical Reliability Multiple upgrades and services over >20 yr life. FTTH Conference Europe Feb 15, 2012- Munich JEG Slide 8
  9. 9. Reliability Enabled by G.657 B3 Fibre “UBIF”Helps reach the Desktop ONT by allowing tight corner bends In Residence and In-Building Drop - 5 mm Fibre radius One 360 degree turn (maximum loss) 40G-PON G-PON RF Video 10G-PON WDM-PON 4 3 5 mm radius G.657 A2 Macro 2 (BIF) bendingLoss (dB) 5 mm radius 1 G.657 B3 (UBIF - RAF) 0 Wavelength (nm) FTTH Conference Europe Feb 15, 2012- Munich JEG Slide 9
  10. 10. G.657B3 UBIF (RAF) Can Reliably Support Tight Corner BendsUltra-Low Bending Loss in this Challenging Test is PossibleMDU SimulationConditions @ 1550 10nm: 30 Corners(Verizon TPR 9424) staples Maximum allowed macro- bending loss:Ten 90 deg. cornersand 30 staples • 0.4 dB lossTwo 10 mmdiameter mandrel G.657B3 Fibre* in 4.8 mm cablewraps • 0.16 dB lossOne 90 deg. corner * Test results shown are with EZ-Bend ®with 5 lbs tension 2 KG Resonance Assisted Fibre (4.4 lbs)One 90 deg. cornerwith 30 lbs tension Reliable Service: Predicted Drop Cable Failure Rate: <1 per 5 million FTTH 14 KG subscribers/yr, Mazzarese, et al., IWCS (30 lbs) 2008 FTTH Conference Europe Feb 15, 2012- Munich JEG Slide 10
  11. 11. MDU Optical Cord Structures for Fiber in the UnitRugged or Compact Depending On Application4.8mm Optical Surface route, in conduit or molding Fibre May be stapled, sharp bends/corners 450N tensile strength (4.8 mm) 900 m Various fire ratings Buffer Aramid Yarn3.0mm and 2.0mm In conduit or molding. 315N and 145N. tensile strength Various fire ratingsMini-Tape (8 mm x 3 mm) Surface route. Tape backed mini-tube with 900 micron fiber 11N max installation tension.1.6 mm and 0.9 mm (900 micron) Surface route, lowest visibility Various fire ratings Limited tensile strength Usable in properly design system. FTTH Conference Europe Feb 15, 2012- Munich JEG Slide 11
  12. 12. Fibre to the Desktop ONT – Inside the Wall for New Construction2mm – 3mm cord in Microduct - US Target Application: New Construction before walls installed Attribute 2mm – 3mm cord in Microduct Acceptance High for new homes with conduit installed during construction- invisible and behind the wall. Installed Cost Medium for new homes – cost of conduit, cordage, and field termination labor/tools must be considered. High for existing – added labor and of placing conduit behind walls Reliable Service Yes – proven through 100Ks of MDU installations in US, conduit protects and Future Ready fiber, easy pull in replacement of cord if needed, G.657A2 fiber FTTH Conference Europe Feb 15, 2012- Munich JEG Slide 12
  13. 13. Fibre to the Desktop ONT – Inside the Wall for New Construction4.8 mm cord with G.657B3 Fibre– US, Canada. Target Application: New Construction Storage before walls installed Attribute 4.8 mm cord with G.657B3 Fibre Acceptance High for new homes installed during construction- invisible and behind the wall. Installed Cost Low for new homes – plug and play connectorized possible, no conduit need. High for existing home– added labor of “fishing” behind walls Reliable Service Yes – proven through 100Ks of MDU installations in US, G,657B3 fiber and Future Ready FTTH Conference Europe Feb 15, 2012- Munich JEG Slide 13
  14. 14. Fibre to the Desktop ONT – Inside the Wall in Existing ConduitLow Friction Cable - Asia, Europe, and South America Target Application: Existing conduits Attribute Low Friction Cable in existing empty or crowded duct Acceptance High for homes with conduit already in place. Invisible and behind the wall. Installed Cost Medium for new homes – cost of conduit, cordage, and field termination labor/tools must be considered. Low for existing conduit behind walls and accessible. Reliable Service Yes – proven through Ms of MDU installations in Asia, conduit protects and Future Ready fiber, easy push or pull in replacement of cord if needed, G.657A1 fiber FTTH Conference Europe Feb 15, 2012- Munich JEG Slide 14
  15. 15. Fibre to the Desktop ONT – Visible Surface RoutingStapled 4.8 mm with G.657B3 fibre in NAR and Europe US US Target Application: Existing Residence Attribute Stapled 4.8 mm Acceptance Medium – some potential customers unwilling to allow stapled cables disrupting the décor. Slack storage required. Installed Cost Low– proven through 100Ks of MDU installations. Simple tools required (stapler, staples, ladder. Plug and play with no field termination. No bend limiters needed. Reliable Service Yes – proven through 100Ks of MDU installations. Enabled by G.657B3 and Future Ready fibre and large diameter cable to withstand stapling and corner bends. FTTH Conference Europe Feb 15, 2012- Munich JEG Slide 15
  16. 16. Fibre to the Desktop ONT – Visible Surface RoutingMini-Tape – emerging Globally Target Application: Existing residence Attribute Mini-Tape 8 mm x 3 mm Acceptance TBD on this new solution – some potential customers may be unwilling to accept the large size (8mm wide) Installed Cost TBD –requires at least one field termination. Intrinsic complexity (accessories, tools, process) Reliable Service Enabled by G.657B3 fibre. and Future Ready Installation guidelines require tight humidity (30 – 50%) and temperature ranges (17C – 42C) for 24 hours before, during, and for 72 hrs after installation. FTTH Conference Europe Feb 15, 2012- Munich JEG Slide 16
  17. 17. Fibre in the MDU and Home – to the Desktop ONTConnector/Termination Options - Global Fusion splice-on connector – most reliable field termination, 5 min Mechanical splice-on connector – faster field termination – 3 min Factory Mounted Connectors (Plug and Play) – fastest and most reliable if slack storage is non-issue FTTH Conference Europe Feb 15, 2012- Munich JEG Slide 17
  18. 18. Global Carrier Perspectives on Evolving Fibre in the MDUInstallation Technologies and PracticesFibre in the MDU and Home - Becoming the New Normal  Drivers and Benefits of Fibre to Each Living Unit  Current Options to push Fibre to the Desktop ONT  What’s Next? FTTH Conference Europe Feb 15, 2012- Munich JEG Slide 18
  19. 19. Fibre to the Desktop ONT – What’s Next?Virtually Invisible Surface Routing – 900 micron with G.657B3 Fibre Target Application: Existing or New Residence EZ-Bend ILU SolutionSee it? Attribute Virtually Invisible 900 micron solution Acceptance Highest vs. other available surface routed solutions.. Can reduce cancellations, increase take rate. Fast installation. Auto-slack storage. Installed Cost Medium – fast and low skill plug and play option reduces labor, field termination option more attractive in low labor cost markets. Reliable Service Yes - Enabled by G.657B3 RAF UBIF fibre, adhesive system supports Future Ready variety of environments and materials inside living units. Value of Greater Acceptance: Just 1% Higher Take Rate can add 5M Euro/yr in revenue for a 1M Home Passed Network FTTH Conference Europe Feb 15, 2012- Munich JEG Slide 19
  20. 20. Thank You John George770-314-0778 johngeorge@ofsoptics.com FTTH Conference Europe Feb 15, 2012- Munich JEG Slide 20

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