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  • 1. 1The Need for Speed Dave Weymouth - Optelian
  • 2. The Need for Speed 2• What aspects of the telecom infrastructure are needed for our i-communities?• What advances have come about to meet these needs?
  • 3. High-Speed Networks core router network Points of Presence transport network access network 3
  • 4. Network infrastructure – what’s 4 needed?• Bandwidth – Voice/Video/Data – Cloud• Packet delays and delivery• Assurance• Reliability• Service Costs• Service access and turn-up
  • 5. Core: Optical Networks 5• Packet switched• Low latency• High port counts• Massively scalable core router network
  • 6. Transport: Optical Networks 6• High speed• Agile / reconfigurable• Long distances transport network 100 Gbps/wavelength 80 wavelengths reconfigurable add/drop amplified
  • 7. Access: Optical NetworksPassive passive splitter GPON OLT video WDM WDM PON OLT video WDMActive 10 Gb/s 100 Gb/s muxponder DWDM edge switches 7
  • 8. Access: AlternativesADSL/VDSL copper pairCable coax cableCellularWiFi 8
  • 9. Fibre installation 9• Cables• Installation costs• Installation techniques
  • 10. Other advances 10• Standards organizations• Software Defined Networking (SDN)
  • 11. Summary of Optical Network 11 Advances• Bandwidth: – Transport – Access• Packet delays and delivery• Assurance• Reliability• Low costs• Service access and turn-up
  • 12. Conclusion 12• We are at a new technological level which can enable our i-communities• There are innovative Canadian companies that are contributing and providing much of this new technology