Automation of GIS for FTTx Networks

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  • Where is the bulk of telephone cabling? It may not be where you think!Only 10% is in long distance networks, which were the first links converted to fiber - years ago.Another 10% is local loop (metropolitan) connecting central offices and switches - now mostly converted to fiber too.Fully 80% of all telco cabling is subscriber loop - the ≥last mile≤ that connects the end user to the system.After 20 years of fiber optic installations, virtually all long distance and local loop connections are already fiber. Only the ≥last mile≤ is still copper, and much of it is very old and incapable of carrying modern high bandwidth digital signals.Is FTTH just completing the system to make it all fiber?
  • Fiber-To-The-x (FTTx) is the ideal situation of bringing high-speed internet,
    HDTV, IPTV, VoD and gaming service to the end-user using fiber optic cable
  • Faster ROI by reducing design time so accelerating the time-to-market of new services
    Better utilization of network resources
  • Automation of GIS for FTTx Networks

    1. 1. Creating Business Impact | Providing Expert Solutions | Delivering Quality Consistently | Building Partnerships Globally Automated GIS Solutions for Telecom (FTTx) Infrastructure Vision | Delivering innovative solutions together for a better future Infotech Enterprises Your reliable FTTx network solutions partner
    2. 2. Creating Business Impact | Providing Expert Solutions | Delivering Quality Consistently | Building Partnerships Globally Agenda • Introduction • Bandwidth demand • OFC evolution • FTTx network overview • Need for automation • Infotech solution • Benefits of the solution • Conclusion
    3. 3. Creating Business Impact | Providing Expert Solutions | Delivering Quality Consistently | Building Partnerships Globally Introduction • Telecom outside infrastructure is more than a century now in most of the countries. • Where is the bulk of telephone cabling? – 10% is in long distance networks – Converted into fiber years ago. – 10% is distribution network – Most of them are converted into fiber. – 80% of all Telco cabling is subscriber loop – Copper. • Network coverage was limited geographically • Copper networks transformation to optical fiber cables – Increase of bandwidth demand – Demand for advanced quad-play services – Reliability and scalability
    4. 4. Creating Business Impact | Providing Expert Solutions | Delivering Quality Consistently | Building Partnerships Globally Bandwidth Demand • High Speed Internet – Email & faster downloads – Packet telephony – Instant massager • Advanced Data Services – Customized bandwidth – Data/video convergence (web pad) – Home networking • Basic & Advanced Video Services – Broadcast and premium channels – Video on Demand – High Definition TV – Web TV Massive Opportunity for higher rate mediasMassive Opportunity for higher rate medias
    5. 5. Creating Business Impact | Providing Expert Solutions | Delivering Quality Consistently | Building Partnerships Globally Optical Fiber Cable Evolution Source: Google
    6. 6. Creating Business Impact | Providing Expert Solutions | Delivering Quality Consistently | Building Partnerships Globally FTTBFTTB User FTTHFTTH User FTTPFTTP User FTTC FTTN Fiber-To-The-x
    7. 7. Creating Business Impact | Providing Expert Solutions | Delivering Quality Consistently | Building Partnerships Globally FTTx Opportunities • FTTH is being deployed by many organizations – Alternate operators – Governments – Local authorities – Real estate developers – Residential associations – Utility companies – Municipalities • Urban areas – New cables are laid – New exchanges are put in operation – New subscribers are adding – New external terminal blocks are built
    8. 8. Creating Business Impact | Providing Expert Solutions | Delivering Quality Consistently | Building Partnerships Globally Telecom (FTTx) Infrastructure Source: Google
    9. 9. Creating Business Impact | Providing Expert Solutions | Delivering Quality Consistently | Building Partnerships Globally Telecom Infrastructure (FTTx) – GIS Role • GIS technology allows telecom companies to have a variety of applications ranging – Desktop based field survey – Network planning – Network design – Inventory management – Quick service provisioning – Tracking & Service assurance – Location based services – Multiple reporting
    10. 10. Creating Business Impact | Providing Expert Solutions | Delivering Quality Consistently | Building Partnerships Globally Automation Need – FTTx Infrastructure • Rapid replacement of existing copper networks • Construction of large-scale fiber (FTTx) networks • Lack of skilled resources to plan the emerging technologies. • Construction of advanced and complex technologies • Non-availability of standard FTTx tools and process • Pressure on competitive time-to-market
    11. 11. Creating Business Impact | Providing Expert Solutions | Delivering Quality Consistently | Building Partnerships Globally Solution – FTTx Automation • GIS based automation solutions are ultimate for the massive telecom infrastructure (FTTx) in market research, planning, design and post- recording phases • Objectives of the solution: – District and town networks – Govt. and municipal properties (Public/Private) – Cluster boundaries – Shortest and economical paths – Construction of OFC cables – Improved quality – Effective reporting
    12. 12. Creating Business Impact | Providing Expert Solutions | Delivering Quality Consistently | Building Partnerships Globally Solution Overview – FTTx Automation • Customer end network: – Building blocks and symbols – Symbols and labels • Distribution network: – Clusters formation – Termination points – Ideal locations • Utilities network: – Underground networks (primary and secondary trenches and ducts) – Overhead networks (poles)
    13. 13. Creating Business Impact | Providing Expert Solutions | Delivering Quality Consistently | Building Partnerships Globally Solution Overview – FTTx Automation Contd.. • Quality Assurance: – Rule based assurance – Duplications and errors – Boundary crossing errors – Overlapping cables, not connected etc.. • Bill of Materials: – City, district and area wise calculation – Material lengths and numbers calculation – Number of splices and termination points – Schematics and line diagrams – Report generations – various formats
    14. 14. Creating Business Impact | Providing Expert Solutions | Delivering Quality Consistently | Building Partnerships Globally Business Benefits – Infotech Solution • GIS based automation of telecom infrastructure (FTTx) has been aimed to: – Create large numbers of networks in a short time – Usage of less human resources – Efficient Network Planning for optimization of FTTx networks – Provide consistent and faster FTTx network designs – Increase productivity dramatically – Minimize the reworking – Effective reporting when required • Fact Analysis: A typical FTTx network planning and design takes 20 to 25 minutes per home which can be drastically reduced to 5 to 7 minutes with GIS based automation
    15. 15. Creating Business Impact | Providing Expert Solutions | Delivering Quality Consistently | Building Partnerships Globally Conclusion • Massive opportunities for automation of Telecom (FTTx) infrastructure. – Global FTTx market to raise 145 million by 2013 – 249 FTTx projects commenced in Europe • Municipalities, utilities, Govt. and new Telcos will dominate build out of FTTx in next few years • We are confident that, our GIS based automation solutions for FTTx will meet the Telco’s current and future needs to ensure: – Increase of workforce efficiency – Reduced CapEx and OpEx – Right services – Right time – Faster Return on Investment (ROI) Source: IDATE & Heavy Reading
    16. 16. Creating Business Impact | Providing Expert Solutions | Delivering Quality Consistently | Building Partnerships Globally© Infotech Enterprises Ltd. 2010. | All logos, trademarks, trade names and graphics used herein are the property of their respective owners THANK YOU Kiran Kumar Kiran.solipuram@infotech-enterprises.com www.infotech-enterprises.com

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