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  • 1. Your Access to Access NEBS compliant
  • 2. Offering: Full Access Systems for Business Ethernet Featuring: services IP-Less, platform independent OAM Transmission solutions: IEEE802.3ah GE, 2.5G transparent, IEEE802.1ag 10GE MEF compliance Full integrated WDM P-t-p/Star/Ring topologies lineup 16 GBE capacity NTU Wireless backhauling Ultra-fast link protection Robust PDH-FE-GE integration LEONI, April 2008 Carrier Grade products 2
  • 3. Target Markets T ME ACCESS R A TIER 1-2-3 CARRIERS, UTILITIES, N COMMUNES, DEVELOPPERS, SPs, S infrastructure providers M I WIRELESS BACKHAULING S S WIRELESS ACCESS PROVIDERS, CELLULAR I OPERATORS, O INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDERS N ENTERPRISE CONNECTIVITY GOVERNMENT, ARMY, BANKS, PETROLEUM, CAMPUSES, HIGHWAYS-RAILWAYS LEONI, April 2008 3
  • 4. Metro Ethernet Services Highlights of “2007 Metro Ethernet State of the Market” Survey by Kubernan, with contribution by Nortel Purpose of service: Main purposes (decreasing order): Site-to-Site area communication, Access to other WAN services, Internet Access (non VPN), VPN based Internet Access Deployment stage: More than 96% of SPs are either providing services full scale/limited scale or intending to do so in less than 2 years, or currently evaluating. Only 2% have no plans to implement Implementation Drivers: Lower costs for higher speeds Access, Higher access speeds, Business continuity options improved/simplified, simplicity for operational staff, better disaster recovery, ease of VLAN extension, Ease of MPLS integration, avoid additional protocol conversions LEONI, April 2008 4
  • 5. What is the MetroStar system? A Complete Access solution for Metro-Ethernet network Peer to peer managed PDH and IP traffic integration Full Active (ptp & ptm) or Hybrid (active and WDM) topologies Comprising of the MAC (Media Access Concentrator) and CPEs (NTU) Access and transmission for Carrier Ethernet Services LEONI, April 2008 5
  • 6. It’s all about MINIMIZING OPEX STRONG OAM LEONI, April 2008 6
  • 7. What is MA? Single chip management controller of CPEs CPEs are PROXY managed by Access Concentrators over the fiber link No IP address needed MA in Access Concentrator interfaces standard SNMP agent Full remote maintenance (both status and command) and Rate Limiting No disruption of user data (100% bandwidth utilization!) LEONI, April 2008 7
  • 8. NMS The MA Concept Aggregation Switch (Edge) TX Access Concentrator SNMP MA AGENT Management Bus FX F.CON/MA H.CON/MA MA Command & Control LTA41/MA GSM1000/MA CPE GSM1010/MA TX User Data users Management Data LEONI, April 2008 8
  • 9. Main OAM Functions F/O Link status Set FP and SLE User Link Status (Subscriber Link Power ON – Auto Config Emulation) Loop-Back (NON Port Connect/Disconnect intrusive) (aggregator) Extended Loop Back Set VLAN (aggregator) (ELB) and QoS Signal Detect “Last Gasp” User port settings Rate Limiting (symmetrical/asymmetric Temperature reading al) from 256K to full Overheat alarm 100Mbps (or 1000Mbps) LEONI, April 2008 9
  • 10. MA vs IEEE802.3AH MA IEEE802.3AH PROPRIETARY – REQUIRES FL STANDARD HOWEVER EDGE MAC THEN CONNECT TO ANY SWITCH MUST SUPPORT IT SWITCH VERY RICH OAM FUNCTIONALITY VERY LIMITED AS STANDARD, MOST FUNCTIONS ARE ,"VENDOR SPECIFIC” thus NOT open 100% link BW utilization Less than 100% FLEXIBILITY: ADDITIONAL NOT FLEXIBLE, LOCKED DOWN FUNCTIONS OR PARAMETERS UPON REQUEST (IF BUSINESS JUSTIFIES) LEONI, April 2008 10
  • 11. MA Interoperability All the unique features inherent to the MA are obtained only when MA enabled devices are deployed at both ends of the F/O link If opposite end device is IEEE802.3ah compliant then the device falls back to the common features with such; work in process with other selected vendors to enrich ah based functionality If opposite end device is neither MA or ah compliant , the MA device will automatically fall-back (ca. 20msec.) to normal L1 or L2 operation LEONI, April 2008 11
  • 12. Why “Media Access Concentrator” Provides Organizational, Functional and OAM separation between the Network and Access Layers Demarcation between multiple SPs Provide F/O connectivity – sometimes cheaper and more flexible than switches Integrate broad-band and legacy (PDH) in the access Subscriber management optimized platform (“inject” IP- less in-band management) Integrate low cost CWDM connectivity in Access LEONI, April 2008 12
  • 13. The MetroStar MAC A modular carrier class comprehensive Media Access Concentrator Deployed at network edge Top Density: 48 connection in 3U, only 20 cm deep, all front loaded, hot swap No active components on BP, no fixed fans 2 or 3 redundant AC/DC PSUs Keep Intelligence in C/O – reduce overall cost LEONI, April 2008 13
  • 14. MetroStar Product Family (NTUs) MGMNT MetroStar Chassis MetroView SNMP Management Platform HCON/MA FCON1/MA GSM1010/MA GSM1000/MA GSM1000X 10/100 TX-FX 100 TX-FX 1000 TX-FX 1000FX-FX 1000SFP to SFP converter/Access device converter/Access device converter/Access device converter/Access device converter/Access device LTA41/MA GTA8200 Atara100 Atara1000 Atara1000RM 4*(10/100 TX)-100FX 8*(10/100 TX)-2*1000SFP 2*(10/100 TX)-2*100FX 2*(1000 TX)-2*1000FX 2*(1000SFP)-2*1000SFP Access Aggregator device Access Aggregator device Access redundancy device Access redundancy device Access redundancy device PCM110-4/8E1 LTA41-4E1/MA MDX41/81 GTA82004E1 8E1-100BTx 4*(10/100 TX+4E1/T1)-100FX 8-1 8*(10/100 TX+4E1)-2*1000SFP Inverse Mux Access Aggregator device CWDM MUX Access Aggregator device LEONI, April 2008 14
  • 15. MetroStar Product Family (Modules) LEONI, April 2008 15
  • 16. Increasing bandwidth WDM
  • 17. WDM 4:1 and 8:1 Mux/DeMux Passive components module for MetroStar (3/4 10GB BW slots) Single and redundant 1310nm service channel OADMs Monitor ports 1310nm expansion channel MS modules and stand alone devices DWDM expansion Full line of transponders ITU-T G.695 compliant Full line of WDM SFPs Low insertion loss Up to 120km Combine FE, GBE, OC3, Low cost OC12,OC48, STM-1, STM-4, STM16, 10GE LEONI, April 2008 17
  • 18. WDM lineup 47 49 51 53 55 57 59 61 EXPANSION CHANNEL 1310+/-40 1310nm TRUNK TRUNK FADM2-XX 1310nm 1550+/-40 ADD - DROP CHANN. XX
  • 19. 19 LEONI, April 2008 Budgetary cost (MDX+OADM, per drop) to carrier, : Euro 1300 37 35 33 31 29 MDDX-51 MDX-81 1310nm EXPANSION CHANNEL 61 59 57 55 TRUNK TRUNK TRUNK TRUNK TRUNK TRUNK TRUNK TRUNK 1310 FADM nm 2-XX 1310 FADM nm 2-XX 1310 FADM nm 2-XX 1310 FADM nm 2-XX 53 51 ADD- DROP CHANN . XX ADD- DROP CHANN . XX ADD- DROP CHANN . XX ADD- DROP CHANN . XX 49 47 12channels string/redundant ring
  • 20. CWDM TYPICAL ptp CONNECTION ATM STM4 monitor UP TO 50 KM 1 PAIR SMF GBE SW monitor FE SW FE SW ATM STM4 Budgetary cost (ptp/channel, passive) to carrier, : Euro 600 LEONI, April 2008 GBE SW 20
  • 21. MULTIPLE OAM ARCHITECTURES HCON MetroStar GSM1000X Aggregation FALCON + Switch NTUs - Demarcation Aggregation Metro Core LEONI, April 2008 21
  • 22. Build FTTx Access with third party edge gear – minimal integration effort Access Demarc ProxiMA (IPless) Business Voice Access, Edge & Metro Core IP/XPLS Residential ISPs Access Third Party Edge Demarc Switch IPless ASPs Cost efficient and reliable end-to-end solution Best integration into carrier’s operational processes LEONI, April 2008 22
  • 23. Carrier Class Access Solution LEONI, April 2008 23
  • 24. 176 services* over 2 pairs - protected FALCON T+ MDX-81 *Service= 10/100/1000 or E1 LEONI, April 2008 24
  • 25. Disaster Recovery Failover < 10µSec LEONI, April 2008 25
  • 26. Cell tower backhauling – migration to 4G 2E1 LEONI, April 2008 26
  • 27. Municipal network LEONI, April 2008 27
  • 28. MetroView FibroLAN’s network management platform Provides complete GUI for FibroLAN products, including MetroStar Can be run stand-alone or as standard platform plug-in (such as HPOV) Designed in client-server architecture MIBs already integrated in some carrier platforms (Concord etc) LEONI, April 2008 28
  • 29. LEONI, April 2008 29
  • 30. WIRELESS BACKHAULING WIRELESS ACCESS PROVIDERS, CELLULAR OPERATORS, INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDERS LEONI, April 2008 30
  • 31. Backhaul: Achilles Heel of Wireless Networks Fiber Ring Verizon Wireless BTS Fiber BSC - MSC T1/E1 Central Office Cingular Wireless BTS Backhaul Carrier Challenges • Backhaul Expense – 15-25% of total carrier opex and growing (ABI Research & Cisco) Needs to be optimized • Capacity Constraints – Growth in voice and data traffic increasing requires increased backhaul capacity • Technology Migration – From G2 TDM to G3 Ethernet • LEONI, April 2008 31
  • 32. Backhaul Opportunity – Sizing the US W/L Market Mobile Broadband US Cell Sites T1s per Cell Site Market Size ($) Carriers (US) (Overall Market) $ Alltel AT&T Wireless Clearwire (WiMax) 2006 2006 2006 Leap Wireless 200,000 4 per site $3.2 billion MetroPCS T1 Cost$4000/yr Sprint Nextel) T-Mobile 2010 proj. 2010 proj. US Cellular 300,000 2010 proj. $9 billion Verizon Wireless ~12 to 15 per site T1 Cost $2000/yr Wall Street Research; Visant; Telephony; Motorola; Stratsoft 2006 CTIA; Stratsoft Alcatel; Stratsoft LEONI, April 2008 32
  • 33. Backhaul Synchronization Requirement Stable and precise frequency synchronization is critical in mobile networks. Base stations must hold a carrier frequency accuracy of ±50 parts per billion (ppb) over the 10-year service life of the equipment. Base stations derive long-term frequency accuracy from locking to a clock signal from a T1/E1 As backhaul transport evolves toward IP, base stations can no longer rely on recovering synchronization from the network side. Base station equipment manufacturers and backhaul service providers must take timing into consideration. LEONI, April 2008 33
  • 34. Timing isolation through TDMoIP Ethernet backhaul eliminates the need for base station clock recovery from the backhaul facility. Using circuit emulation services (CES) in the backhaul requires an independent source of synchronization at the base station Embedded GPS clocks Rubidium-based oscillators LEONI, April 2008 34
  • 35. Fibrolan Offers Tunneled TDM (TDM over Ethernet) Fibrolan offers the ability to reliably tunnel timing and backhaul signals through layer 1.5 of FO Ethernet network. A point to point TDM pipe is created over Ethernet FO between two points Sub 50PPB synchronization requirement is maintained BSC/ RNC BTS/ Node B TDM ports TDM ports Ethernet ports FO (Ethernet+TDM) Ethernet ports LEONI, April 2008 35
  • 36. MetroStar 3G Migration Facilitator 8*Ethernet+4*E1 Over FO Backhaul Solutions Switch/ Switch/ Router Router LAN Core (4FEth+4E1)/FO Multiple Eth’s 8FE/GE FO ADM SDH (8FEth+4E1)/FO ADM Base FO ACCESS Central Switching Stations Infrastructure Offices Centers Multiple E1’s LEONI, April 2008 36
  • 37. LTA41-xE1 Multi Service Access Aggregation Multi Service Aggregation over F.Ethernet fiber optic link Ethernet TDM. Management In band MA/AH 4*10/100 Ethernet 4*E1/T1 Optimized service features: advanced QoS rate-limiting robust multicast control, etc. Budgetary cost (full link) to carrier, 4 E1+4*10/100: Euro 1300 1&2 E1 solutions at lower costs available LEONI, April 2008 37
  • 38. GTA8200 Multi Service Access Aggregation Multi Service Aggregation over Gigabit Ethernet fiber optic link Ethernet TDM. Redundant GigE Fiber- failover < than 20 micro seconds. SFP Based GigE Management SNMP RS232 In band MA/AH Redundant and modular (2) power supplies 8*10/100 Ethernet 4*E1/T1 Optimized service features: advanced QoS rate-limiting robust multicast control, etc. Budgetary cost (full link) to carrier, 4 E1+8*10/100+1+1GE: Euro 1300 (+SFP) LEONI, April 2008 38
  • 39. FALCON based backhauling Budgetary cost (full link) to carrier, 8 E1+16GE: Euro 2300 + SFP LEONI, April 2008 39
  • 40. Backhaul over copper 24E1 16E1 SDH SDH 4E1 4E1 MUX SDH ADM Base Central Switching SDH Access Offices Stations Network Centers LEONI, April 2008 40
  • 41. MetroStar Migration Facilitator To Ethernet Over copper Backhaul Inverted Mux Solutions Sw. S S 3Eth/24E1 2Eth/16E1 DD LAN Core Eth/4E1 H H Access Multiple Eth/4E1 Eth’s Base Central Switching Stations Offices Centers LEONI, April 2008 41
  • 42. 3 Antennas Base Station Backhauled Over SDH Base Station Site Central Office Ethernet 1 Ethernet TDM TDM Ethernet 6 Ethernet 8E1 8E1 Ethernet LEONI, April 2008 42
  • 43. In Addition Wide range of stand alone access devices/extenders for: 10, 10/100, 1000, 155, 622Mbps Ranges up to 150km Ring, String, Star topologies RS-232/422/485 Extended Temp. range, selection of DC power supplies Single channel to 16 channels/1U LEONI, April 2008 43
  • 44. Optical Interfaces FE/OC3/STM1:mm; sm 1310nm 7/15/25/40/70km; sm 1550nm 100/150km; SFS (1310/1550nm) 20/40/80km GBE/STM4/OC12/FC: mm 850nm, sm 1310nm 10/20km; sm 1550nm 40/80/120km; SFS (1310/1550nm) – 20/40, 1490-1510nm - 80km LEONI, April 2008 44
  • 45. In the Pipeline LEONI, April 2008 45
  • 46. GA10 10GBE (LAN) extension/demarcation XFP slots19” 1U enclosure, redundant PS Loop-Back and Fault propagation Rate limiting, enhanced diagnostics Management: SNMP, CLI, MA,Telnet/RS232 Samples shipping Link protection (next version) LEONI, April 2008 46
  • 47. GTA8200 Samples shipping Local Traffic aggregator with 8 local ports (up to 24 next phase) 10/100 and GBE uplink The GTA8200 has dual redundant GBE uplinks with sub- 50msec automatic switchover MA enabled, including all LTA41/MA features 4XE1/T1 tunneled over GBE Lower cost 4 ports version (GTA4100) The ideal solution as CPE for FTTB MTUs and for wireless backhauling applications LEONI, April 2008 47
  • 48. FALCON: the ULTIMATE NTU Total throughput 16G Strong PDH integration –up to Max 8G uplink, Flexible port 8 E1 per device, unlimited E1 assignment in a ring Up to 14 user ports Ultra fast link protection Stackability FTTH/MDU optimization Multi-Ring Operation Multiple management MEF 9/14/17 compliant platforms -full backward compatibility with current IEEE802.3ah technology IEEE802.1ag MDU NTU Business LEONI, April 2008 WIRELESS Backhauling NTU 48
  • 49. ProxiMA – web based OAM server Mediation TCP/IP to IEEE802.3AH Single IP address Mediate between northern and southern protocols North traffic is SNMP/IP/Ethernet South traffic is IEEE802.3AH/Ethernet A single ProxiMA device provides a OAMP to thousands of FibroLAN demarcation devices without resorting to TCP/IP ProxiMA translates IP based SNMP interactions it receives from management station into IPless IEEE802.3AH interactions supported by the demarcation devices. LEONI, April 2008 49
  • 50. ProxiMA – Mediation Device (Single IP Address – 000’s Multiple Access Devices) NMS F/O Link Status Set Fault Propagation T/P Link Status and changes (FO>>TP) Fiber Link Integrity: Subscriber Link continuous (every Emulation (SLE) 10msec) verification of the Last Gasp fiber link SNMP/IP Rate Limiting: restrict user Loop-Back test (Non /Ethernet to Intrusive!) and Extended different service programs, Ethernet cloud from 256K to 100Mbps, either Loop Back (ELB) symmetrical or IEEE802.3AH/Ethernet asymmetrical Power On up and downstream. Set A/N mode Remote Firmware Set data rate: Allows forcing upgrade 10 or 100Mbps onto the TP port. Set Duplex mode Set Flow Control (Pause) FO Demarcation Devices (IP Less) LEONI, April 2008 50
  • 51. Company Highlights as of April 2008 Founded in 1996 75 employees on payroll, more subcontracted HQ in Yoqneam Illit (Israel), subsidiaries in US, Austria, Sweden, Denmark and Norway Public company, traded in TASE (FIBR) Installed base >$50M Delivering products to carriers directly and through OEM and distribution partners More than 20 carrier customers, among them Telstra, Tele 2, Song Networks, AT&T, Salzburg AG, TMR, Wind, Cellcom (IL), Orange (IL).. LEONI, April 2008 51

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