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Introducing ACX Series and the Universal Access Solution

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More than one billion active mobile broadband subscribers worldwide are using bandwidth-intensive applications like cloud computing and video telephony, placing significant demands on network …

More than one billion active mobile broadband subscribers worldwide are using bandwidth-intensive applications like cloud computing and video telephony, placing significant demands on network reliability and profitability. Juniper Networks ACX Series Universal Access Routers is a family of next-generation access routers that addresses these new network imperatives with up to three times the total throughput of competitive solutions, while creating a seamless end-to-end service delivery platform that can grow and adapt to changing subscriber expectations and traffic demands.

Extending the benefits of the Juniper Networks Universal Edge solution, Universal Access converges networks for capital and operational savings, provides optimal flexibility in traffic management to keep up with dynamic subscriber requirements, and provides an open platform for faster service innovation and third-party interworking.

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    • 1. February 7, 2012 Introducing ACX Series and the Universal Access Solution
    • 2. ACCESS NETWORKS ECONOMICS ARE BREAKING
      • Surge in devices and media-rich applications creates relentless demand for bandwidth and quality of experience
      • Migration to 4G/LTE creates challenging architectural and scaling issues
      • Mobile access network (MBH) represents up to 35% of MNO capex
      • Growing demand for business and residential broadband applications is straining existing access networks
      • Service providers are struggling financially and operationally to provision, deploy, operate and manage thousands of 1GE and 10GE ports
      Wireline Wireless
    • 3. IT’S TIME FOR A NEW ACCESS NETWORK Vs. New
      • Seamless end-to-end service delivery network for all applications and customers
      • Operational intelligence and traffic steering make efficient use of existing bandwidth
      • Flexible services applied at the access layer and optimized per customer
      • Macro cell AND Micro cell backhaul
      • Remote provisioning for rehoming and other configuration changes
      • Integrated synchronization for service quality and SLA commitment
      Old
      • Multiple access networks for different applications with many touch points
      • Capacity focused – adding point to point bandwidth from access to aggregation
      • “ Innovation” has been limited to replacing TDM with Ethernet
      • Macro cell backhaul
      • Truck rolls often required for minor operational changes
      • Inconsistent call quality (jitter, dropped calls, cell yell, etc.)
    • 4. INTRODUCING UNIVERSAL ACCESS Mobile Residential Backbone Broadband Edge Business Edge Datacenters IP/Internet Universal Edge Universal Edge unifies disparate edge networks into a single service delivery platform for business, residential and mobile applications
    • 5. INTRODUCING UNIVERSAL ACCESS Mobile Residential Backbone Broadband Edge Datacenters IP/Internet Universal Edge Universal Edge unifies disparate edge networks into a single service delivery platform for business, residential and mobile applications Universal Edge Multiple physical access networks remain to “backhaul” from access to edge.
    • 6. INTRODUCING UNIVERSAL ACCESS Mobile Residential Backbone Broadband Edge Datacenters IP/Internet Universal Edge Universal Access Universal Edge unifies disparate edge networks into a single service delivery platform for business, residential and mobile applications Universal Access extends the intelligence from edge to access, creating a seamless end-to-end service delivery system, with scale and financial viability.  Single OS Single control plane Seamless end-to-end service Operational simplicity and scale Financial viability ACX MX 3D
    • 7. INTRODUCING THE JUNIPER ACX UNIVERSAL ACCESS ROUTERS
      • 3x capacity of nearest competitor
      • Seamless MPLS provides most flexible service architecture (1)
      • Integrated precision timing for highest QoE (IEEE1588v2, SyncE)
      • Extensive end-to-end network monitoring : Latency, jitter, OAM
      • Hardened fan-less design with 65w Power over Ethernet (PoE+)
      • Open system for innovation and extensibility
      • Juniper’s Universal Access solution for mobile backhaul (LTE, 2G/3G), business Ethernet services and residential broadband
      • Complements Universal Edge
      • Fixed and modular platforms all running Junos
      ACX Series THE NEW BENCHMARK FOR ACCESS NETWORKS ACX2000 ACX2100 ACX1100 ACX1000 ACX4000 (1) Basic Ethernet connectivity also supported
    • 8. JUNOS SPACE UNIFIED NETWORK MANAGEMENT Network Manager Sync Manager OAM Toolkit Junos Space SDK
    • 9. JUNOS SPACE UNIFIED NETWORK MANAGEMENT Network Manager Sync Manager OAM Toolkit
      • Automated and streamlined MPLS/carrier Ethernet service provisioning and auto-discovery
      • Design, provision, and deploy point-to-point and point-to-multiple-point RSVP-signaled and static LSPs
      • Control plane and data plane validation to ensure services are operational
      • Improve network service by deploying customized QoS profiles for bandwidth management, traffic shaping and congestion management
      • Configure, monitor and manage IEEE1588-2008 (PTP) and SyncE interfaces across the network
      • Configuration of Ethernet link fault management, connectivity fault management and BFD
      • Exposes performance measurement and troubleshooting provided by Ethernet OAM.
      Junos Space SDK
      • 3 rd Party application development support
    • 10. BRINGING OPERATIONAL AND FINANCIAL SCALE TO THE ACCESS NETWORK DEMONSTRATION AT MPLS WC (PARIS, FEB 7-10) 1 0GbE Metro Backhaul MPLS/RSVP-TE / VPLS ACX1000 T4000 MX240 Transport Core 100 GE MPLS / MPLS-TP MX80 MX80 SBR Radius Windows Mobile Android iPhone WAP Space OSS/BSS Business EDGE L2VPN L3VPN VPLS Business Edge L2VPNL3VPN/VPLS Consumer EDGE DHCP PPPoE L2 / L3 Wholesale Video Caching and CDN Demo TCA8000 100GE Mobile Backhaul Time Synchronization IXIA IXIA ACX2000 Aggregation Ring Access Ring Access Ring ACX2000 ACX2000 ACX2000 ACX2000 ACX2000 DSLAM CMTS OLT DSLAM CMTS OLT
    • 11. UNIVERSAL ACCESS SUMMARY BRINGING SCALABILITY AND PROFITABILITY TO ACCESS NETWORKS
      • Optimizing Service Provider Access Networks
      • Access networks are breaking
        • Mobile access economics
        • Scalability/profitability of wireline access networks
      • Universal Access
      • Extends the existing network to the access point
      • Seamless end-to-end service delivery platform
      • All running Junos.
      • Announcement Summary
      • Universal Access unifies mobile business and residential access   
      • ACX Universal Access Routers
      • Complements Universal Edge
      • Operational and financial scale for access networks
      • ACX Differentiators
      • 3x capacity
      • Seamless MPLS
      • Integrated precision timing
      • Integrated Sync Manager
      • Extensive end-to-end monitoring
      • Hardened fan-less design
      • Open system
    • 12. WHY JUNIPER? WHY NOW?
      • Infonetics Research:
        • By 2013, 70% of mobile operators plan to use MPLS at their cell sites
        • A majority of mobile operators and transport providers will have over 90% of their cell sites connected with IP/Ethernet.
      Source: Infonetics Small Cell and LTE Backhaul Strategies, November 2011
        • Clemson University:
        • MPLS produces a 30% less expensive access network Comparison of MPLS and Ethernet networks at the access-aggregation level
        • K ey MPLS benefits are
          • Traffic engineering
          • Fine prioritization with MPLS
          • Sub-second deterministic convergence
        • For more details, refer to http://myweb.clemson.edu/~pbelott/papers/comparison-eth-mpls.pdf
        • The cost savings advantage increases with
        • 10Gbps links in the access network
    • 13.  

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