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  1. 1. Challenging Bandwidths & RequirementsAn interplay between technology, services and flexibilityMartin KellenbergerHead of Consulting FTTx Networks
  2. 2. Demand for Bandwith…doubling every 20 month 8k video is around 350Mbps ~ 60% According Services Video will dominate consumer traffic 21.02..2013 FTTH_Council 2013_VOI_ Challenging Requirements_Km Page 2
  3. 3. Technology Evolution PON generationDS: ? NG PON3US: ?DS: 40 Gbps NG PON2US: 10 GbpsDS: 10 Gbps XG PON (ITU-T G.987)US: 2.5 GbpsDS: 10 Gbps 10G EPON (IEEE 802.3av)US: 10 GbpsDS: 2.5 Gbps GPON (ITU-T G.984)US: 1.2 GbpsDS: 1 Gbps GEPON (IEEE 802.3ah)US: 1 Gbps 2010 2012 2015 2020 Time line 21.02..2013 FTTH_Council 2013_VOI_ Challenging Requirements_Km Page 3
  4. 4. Influences on the Network higher data rate high performance for opt. Components, longer reach higher split ratios flexible, adaptable and expandable infrastructure new multiplexing methodTrend Influence for Layer 1 Prevention through…- Higher data rate & - Connectivity more - Quality Connectors, Longer reach important bending radius - Higher quality of  Trained Personal installation - Modularity & - Scalability Extendable Solutions- Higher split ratios - limits power budget - Guaranteed performance according IEC Connector Grades- New multiplexing - xWDM implementation - Flexibility enables easy method WDM in exisitng infrastructures extendable infrastructure 21.02..2013 FTTH_Council 2013_VOI_ Challenging Requirements_Km Page 4
  5. 5. The network as a chain of dependencies “Secure & Speed Transmission” The Layer 1 could be your “weakest Link” in the System availabilityMajor Applications Layer 1 is the Bridge between Major Devices High-quality products will improve the reliability of the network. 21.02..2013 FTTH_Council 2013_VOI_ Challenging Requirements_Km Page 5
  6. 6. Challenges for FTTH/B Network Permanent availability  Constant transmission throughout the entire service life  Maintenance with minimal effect on links in operation  Secure Fiber Management prevents performance loss Highest Flexibility  Modularity ensures extension of systems  Modular systems assure adaptation  Scalability “grow as your investment” OPEX  Reduction of network downtime  Reduction of network maintenance  Product design which supports easy Installation  Trained persons 21.02..2013 FTTH_Council 2013_VOI_ Challenging Requirements_Km Page 6
  7. 7. Co-operation model…help to reduce the FTTH capex per household Networkbuilder #1 100% SCM Networkbuilder #2 (Single Circuit Management) ~ 60% CAPEX CAPEX build alone In co-operation Based on the Swiss 4Fiber model 21.02..2013 FTTH_Council 2013_VOI_ Challenging Requirements_Km Page 7
  8. 8. FTTH Deployment FO Outlet P2P based on SCM Subscriber G.657.A BEP• Subscriber Individual Fibers• Maintenance with minimal SCM effect on links in operation G.652.D ODF• Singlemode Fibers spliced or Field terminated in the FO Outlet 15.12.2011 FTTH Mobily _KSA - 2011 Page 8Seite 8
  9. 9. System requirementsModular, Flexible and Adaptable to the Needs P2P Point to Point P2MP Point to Multipoint WDM-PON l1 FTTC VDSL l2 lCentral l1 . . . ln 3 EthernetOffice ln Wave Division Multiplexing FTTB –Passive Optical Network FTTH 21.02..2013 FTTH_Council 2013_VOI_ Challenging Requirements_Km Page 9
  10. 10. System requirementsModular, Flexible and Adaptable to the Needs 21.02..2013 FTTH_Council 2013_VOI_ Challenging Requirements_Km Page 10
  11. 11. Customized ProjecsDistribution Point Datacenter Customized and combined to the requirements Rural with MPO Power Companies 21.02..2013 FTTH_Council 2013_VOI_ Challenging Requirements_Km Page 11
  12. 12. Rural – Housing Builder ProjectsResidential areas or Campus 8 x MDU (13 Flats) 7 x Double SDUODF for 2 x MDU /1 Double SDU Modules in a Fiberspot 21.02..2013 FTTH_Council 2013_VOI_ Challenging Requirements_Km Page 12
  13. 13. R&Mfoxs Solution: Modularity Matrix SCM core components PatchMODULE SpliceMODULE CombiMODULE Splitter Fast installation (cost saving)Small, Medium Venus ECOlineLarge FML,FLA,FLA2, ODF SCM 24, 36, 48 SCM 4,8,11,15, 82 MiniOutlet mechanical sealing FXL,FXXL 300,600,900 FiberOutlet HD CCC‘s 21.02..2013 FTTH_Council 2013_VOI_ Challenging Requirements_Km Page 13
  14. 14. Summary & Conclusion FTTH should understood as a infrastructure for the next Generation Modularity of the products in order to realize cost-effective expansion Fast and efficient adjustment to existing infrastructure Easy and timesaving installation and maintenance High quality products ensures future oriented Infrustructures, reduces OPEX 21.02..2013 FTTH_Council 2013_VOI_ Challenging Requirements_Km Page 14
  15. 15. Thank you for your attentionLet you convince of a reliable, modular and flexible FTTH solution …at our booth G03 Reichle & De-Massari AG Martin Kellenberger Head of Consultancy CHE-8622 Wetzikon / Switzerland www.rdm.com 21.02..2013 FTTH_Council 2013_VOI_ Challenging Requirements_Km Page 15

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