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FTTH Conference 2011 Workshop MDU deployment acceleration Xavier Renard NEXANS
 

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    FTTH Conference 2011 Workshop MDU deployment acceleration Xavier Renard NEXANS FTTH Conference 2011 Workshop MDU deployment acceleration Xavier Renard NEXANS Presentation Transcript

    • Fiber To The Home MDU deployment acceleration 8th of February 2011Xavier RENARD Slide 1
    • Introduction• Extraction is now recognized as being a key technology in FTTH Slide 2 Slide 2
    • Extraction FloorBox Cut the fiber or bundleUpper floor Extract the fiber or bundle FloorBox1st, Floor Splice or route Drop cable or tube Slide 3 Slide 3
    • Introduction• Extraction is now recognized as being a key technology in FTTH  save CAPEX  Connect on demand Accelerate deployment• So much that extraction is spread to various applications  MDU, but also OSP  Short / long extraction• Complementary techniques to accelerate even more deployments  Concept of the single splice  Concept of floor routing with a single connection at the subscriber’s home  Blown techniques Slide 4 Slide 4
    • Needed Flexibility pointsFlexibility at :• Building basement Network interface Concentration point Can have connectors• Households / Flats Subscriber interface Connector• Floor Splice more suitable (concentration point is at the basement) Slide 5 Slide 5
    • Smart components& Single splice concept Slide 6 Slide 6
    • Acceleration thanks to the concept of the single splice Preconnectorised cable installed in the opposite directions 1. Preconnectorised extraction cable (fan-out) deployed from thesplice basement and installed in the basement box 2. Preconnectorised drop cable installed from the flat (reduced time where it is difficult to get appointment) 3. A single splice at the floor Slide 7 Slide 7
    • Smart products & packagings contributes as well Smart packaging :  Packaging that includes the terminal outlet & adapter + preconnectorised drop cable + test report  Thepackaging is also an unrolling system (biodegradable after installation) Slide 8 Slide 8
    • Smart products & packagings contributes as wellSmart subscriber Tetr@XS outlet : The cable is pre-installed and fixed in the outlet (reduced risk) But still the cable orientation is choosen on the field (without removing cable clamping) The outlet is fixed without the need to open it (reduced installation time) Link to VIDEO Slide 9 Slide 9
    • Long extraction& Floor routing Slide 10 Slide 10
    • Roll out acceleration with fibre routing Vertical extraction technique : Long extraction (Cables with 24, 48 or 72 fibres with microbundles of 4 or 6 OF ) 6 th floor Tool OGCM Long 5 th floor 4th floor Short 3rd floor 2nd floor 1st floor STEP 1 STEP 2 STEP 3 Vertical cable laying Window opening in Bundle extraction : 1 floor the cable sheath for splicing, several floors height for floor routing Slide 11 Slide 11
    • Roll out acceleration with fibre routing• Preconnectorised riser cable with reinforced extractable structures• Long extraction at the floor (no splice at the floor) down to the flat• Field installable connector or splice in the terminal outlet @XS Outlet Slide 12 Slide 12
    • Blown techniques Slide 13 Slide 13
    • Roll out acceleration with blown cableSubscriber kits : Termination Outlet preconnectorised with connectors and the micro- cable to be blown Cable blown down to Building basement unit Slide 14 Slide 14
    • Conclusion Benefits of extraction techniques  Capex reduction of > 30%  Deployment on Demand  Accelerates deployment Benefits of smart preconectorised products & packaging  Improve the deployment acceleration  Very short interventions in the subscriber premises  Basic installation (no heavy skills)  Highly reliable (since done and tested in factory)  Allows single connection point Slide 15 Slide 15
    • Thanks for your attention Xavier RENARD Product & Marketing Manager Slide 16 Slide 16