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  • 1. MileGate IP-based Multi-Service Access Platform
  • 2. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + Content Fixed networks competitive environment Service/network requirements MileGate introduction MileGate feature set 2500 MileGate applications MileGate roadmap 2300 MileGate benefits 2011 I Page 2 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 3. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + FIXED NETWORKS COMPETITIVE ENVIRONMENT I Page 3 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 4. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + What is the Outlook in the Telecom’s Market? I Page 4 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 5. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + A very Challenging Perspective I Page 5 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 6. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + Wireline Operator’s Business is under Pressure Broadband and CATV Telephony ISPs Services Operators Internet Threats Telephony  Competition, aggressive new Providers entrants  Substitution Fixed  Mobile  Cannibalization High (e.g. VoIP, Leased Lines) Speed Fixed Internet telephony  Decreasing customer retention access business  Pressure from regulator business Wireline Operators Broadband Services Telephony Broadband Services Content Satellite Mobile Revenues and profit are Operators Operators at risk! I Page 6 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 7. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + What has to be done? – Reduce Costs  Replace legacy, rather expensive network components with cost-saving technology based on the Ethernet standard  Optimise your network's throughput and apply packet-based transport instead of line-oriented transport  Standardise the network technology  Multi-service access platform for a wide range of services out of one network element  Introduce the new technology but keep initial investments as low as possible I Page 7 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 8. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + What has to be done? – Keep Existing Sources of Revenue  Replacing line-oriented transport to a packet-based one requires to adapt the data of legacy services like  E1  POTS  ISDN  Gateways between TDM and Ethernet have to be implemented  V5.2 to VoIP  E1 to Ethernet  Ethernet over SDH  Subscribers can still use their existing terminal devices I Page 8 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 9. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + What has to be done? – Generate new Sources of Income  Surcharge for added value  increasing bandwidth  higher availability of services  New sources of income due to new services  IPTV  Video-on-Demand  PVR/DVR  Video Conferencing  Bundling of Services Increasing ARPU and Customer Retention I Page 9 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 10. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + NETWORK REQUIREMENTS I Page 10 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 11. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + The Access Network is not yet ready for high-speed Broadband Service ISP B Provisioning Billing OSS Core ISP A PSTN BRAS Voice Access ACCESS NETWORK DF ■ ATM centric ■ Limited throughput ATM ■ Expensive upgrades ADSL DSLAM ■ Over subscription RG ■ Limited uplink ■ No multicast ■ Manual re-wiring ■ Bandwidth ■ Technology ■ Distance SUBSCRIBER I Page 11 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 12. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + Bandwidth Requirements  SDTV (Standard Definition TV)  2 ... 6 Mbps per channel with MPEG-2 compression  1.5 ... 3 Mbps per channel with MPEG-4 compression (or VC-9)  HDTV (High Definition TV)  12 ... 19 Mbps per channel with MPEG-2 compression  6.5 ... 8 Mbps per channel expected with MPEG-4  Electronic program guide 15 - 20 Mbps  Up to 0.5 Mbps downstream EPG  High-speed Internet SDTV  Typically up to 6 Mbps downstream and 1 Mbps upstream  Higher for SME and SOHO Online HDTV Gaming  VoIP and video conferencing  100 kbps up to 1 Mbps symmetrical SDTV  Online gaming HSI  Up to 1 Mbps symmetrical Source: Broadband Forum VoIP MPEG Industry Forum I Page 12 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 13. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + Triple Play – Today's Service Bundles and associated Bandwidth per Household Service Bundle 1 Bundle 2 Bundle 3 POTS Voice POTS POTS 2 x broadband voice (VoIP) 2 SDTV streams at 3 SDTV streams at 2 SDTV streams at 4 Mbps (MPEG-2) each 2 Mbps (MPEG-4) each Video/TV 4 Mbps (MPEG-2) each 1 HDTV stream at 2 HDTV streams at 14 Mbps (MPEG-2) each 6 Mbps (MPEG-4) each High-speed Internet access 3 Mbps 3 Mbps 6 Mbps Total bandwidth per 11 Mbps 25 Mbps 24.2 Mbps household Today, delivering Triple Play services means delivering 25 Mbps to every household ! I Page 13 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 14. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + Expected Bandwidth Demand in the next Years till 2016 Service 2010 2013 2016 POTS/ISDN POTS / ISDN (VoIP) HD Voice Voice 128 kbps 400 kbps < 2 Mbps 2 SDTV-Streams with 3 4 Mbps each 3 HDTV-Streams with 3 HDTV-Streams with (Full Video/TV 1 HDTV-Streams mit je ca. 15 Mbps each HD Blu-Ray) 15 Mbps 25 Mbps each High-speed Internet access 3 Mbps 10 Mbps 100 Mbps Total bandwidth per 25 - 30 Mbps 80 - 100 Mbps 150 - 200 Mbps household To provide Triple Play Services in 2016, means to calculate with 150 Mbps! I Page 14 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 15. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + Distance and Coverage Challenges for Copper Transmission 100 90 VDSL2 5-band (DS) 15 – 70 % of customers on loops VDSL2 4-band (DS) <1.5 km 80 ADSL2plus Downstream Capacity (Mbps) 70 ADSL2 60 100 VoADSL VoADSL2+ % of customers reached 50 80 40 60 Italy 30 40 Italy Germany 20 20 India USA 10 0 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Distance (km) 0 1 2 3 4 5 Loop reach 26 AWG (km) 15 Mbps on loops <1.5 km Source: CONEXANT 2005 I Page 15 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 16. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + Broadband via Copper means getting closer to your Customers ADSL/ADSL2plus VDSL2 Access platform % of customers = function (distance) ADSL/ADSL2plus VDSL2 Central office platform To deliver 25 Mbps on copper to the user, the Access Platform has to move closer to the users I Page 16 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 17. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + Broadband via optical Fibre means Implementing FTTx Architectures FTTH Fiber-To-The-Home FTTB Fiber-To-The-Building FTTC METRO Fiber-To-The-Curb Node METRO Node FTTE Gigabit (Central Office) Ethernet METRO Node MileGate 2300 METRO Gigabit Node with SUENx Ethernet Gigabit Ethernet ADSL SHDSL ADSL2plus ADSL2plus VDSL2 VDSL2 In-house DSL MileGate 2500 MileGate 2500 MileGate 2011 MileGate 2300 MileGate 2300 I Page 17 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 18. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + FTTx Network Architectures – Bandwidth FTTH Fiber-To-The-Home FTTB Fiber-To-The-Building FTTH FTTC METRO Fiber-To-The-Curb Node Bandwidth: 100 – … Mbps 100 METRO Node FTTE FTTB Gigabit (Central Office) Bandwidth: Ethernet Bandwidth in Mbps METRO 50 – 100 Mbps Node FTTC Bandwidth: MileGate 2300 METRO 20 – 50 Mbps Gigabit Node with SUENx Ethernet Gigabit 10 Ethernet ADSL SHDSL FTTE ADSL2plus ADSL2plus VDSL2 Bandwidth: VDSL2 1 – 20 Mbps 1 In-house DSL MileGate 2500 MileGate 2500 MileGate 2011 MileGate 2300 MileGate 2300 I Page 18 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 19. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + INTRODUCING MILEGATE I Page 19 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 20. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + MileGate Takes Access Networks to the Next Level MSAN & IP/Ehernet (Multi-Service Access Node) MileGate = IP-MSAN Enable Cost reduction: Enable cost reduction Single access platform with multiple services Simplified operations Revenue Automation Integrate Revenue increase increase traditional services More bandwidth More bandwidth Voice Easy service integration Easy service integration Internet access Quality of Experience Quality of Experience Leased line I Page 20 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 21. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + Innovative Technology Supports Increasing Revenues INCREASE REVENUES  ADSL2plus, VDSL2  Standard/Open interfaces  Ethernet, EFM, FTTx  Active Quality of  Carrier-Grade Gigabit Experience mgmt Ethernet (QoS, video quality, channel change time, no call drops)  Network security I Page 21 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 22. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + Innovative Technology Reduces Operational Costs and Investments  Allows indoor and outdoor deployment – less equipment on stock  Multiple services, single platform – less training and less spare parts  Remote provisioning, line test and diagnosis – less field visits  CLI, XML, SNMP for fault management and provisioning – simplified integration in OSS REDUCE COSTS I Page 22 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 23. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + Innovative Technology for Migrating Traditional Services PRESERVE INCOME  Voice: POTS/ISDN through VoIP or V5.2  H.248/MEGACO or SIP VoIP-Protocol  Leased Lines: E1 Circuit Emulation  Traditional Internet: PPPoE, PPPoA I Page 23 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 24. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + Introducing MileGate Access Platform  19" / 9 HU / 21 slots  Any-service-any-slot concept full-size  3840 POT lines or 1920 optical IP-MSAN Ethernet lines per 19” rack UNEM  Indoor and outdoor  19" / 4 HU / 8 slots  From 32 up to 192 POTS lines EMS NMS mid-size or from 8 up to 56 optical Ethernet lines per subrack IP-MSAN  Horizontal or upright installation  Indoor and outdoor  FTTB VDSL2 NTU Micro-  8 VDSL2 ports with e.g. Profil 30a DSLAM  Cascading and ring connection  Fanless operation, no noise I Page 24 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 25. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + Introducing MileGate – Cornerstones of the Next Generation Access Node 1/2  Two subracks with full multi-service capabilities  Hybrid backplane for native TDM and Ethernet services with PDH, SDH and Ethernet uplink  Ethernet/IP based system architecture  Fully modular system architecture: any services, any slot  Carrier-grade Next Generation Access Node (QoS, traffic management, OAM, redundancy)  Supports high-density broadband DSL  Provides smooth voice migration with V5.2 converter and VoIP media gateways MileGate is KEYMILE’s innovative evolution on the  TDM circuits can be transported over the IP way to NGN and Triple Play network with the CESoP unit for easy interconnection or migration of legacy data services into the NGN  Optimised for Triple Play applications and business services I Page 25 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 26. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + Introducing MileGate – Cornerstones of the Next Generation Access Node 2/2  Ideal for the subscriber connection via copper and optical fibre  Compact size, hardened equipment ideally suited for indoor and outdoor deployments  Fully managed with easy integration into higher- layer management system  Integrated remote line test capabilities  Comprehensive security features  Enhanced traffic management  Two-stage multicasting for efficient IPTV provision  According to Broadband Forum TR-101 I Page 26 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 27. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + Introducing MileGate – The Micro-DSLAM MileGate 2011  MileGate 2011 is a FTTB VDSL2 NTU (Network Termination Unit) with VDSL2 customer interfaces  MileGate 2011 is a Micro-DSLAM between both access network segments  the optical fibre to the building  the in-house copper cabling  Wall mountable compact design  Noiseless (without fan) operation  Gigabit Ethernet (optical and electrical) trunk guarantees highest performance  Star-, Ring-Topology and subtending supported  Each MileGate 2011 offers 8 VDSL2 ports  VDSL2 over POTS and ISDN  MileGate 2011 is optimised for high-speed residential Triple Play applications I Page 27 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 28. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + Network Architecture with Copper and optical Fibre Access Platform ADSL2plus/ Central Office VDSL2 Access Platform FTTN FTTH Street Cabinet VDSL2 FTTB Multiservice Access Platform Aggregation Network Service Nodes & IP Core Network  Up to 1 Gbps per line  High capacity cost efficient  Huge capacity  Full featured multicast capability GbE backhaul  Applications agnostic  "Street hardened"  Multicast  Multi-providers: applications,  Remote service provisioning &  Multi-providers environment services, and networks activation I Page 28 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 29. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + OPEX Reduction – Through the complete Customer Life Cycle Sales Provisioning Maintenance Change of service Line pre qualification Flexible service High reliability Flexible service SELT (Single ended line provisioning High reliability of each provisioning testing) enables remote Remote service component and redun- Remote service line qualification from the provisioning of various dancy of central compo- provisioning supports the Point of Sales (PoS) or service types nents avoid unplanned change of customer during provisioning works services without manual Performance interaction measurement Flow based performance measurement allows thorough service analysis in case of customer complaints Remote loop testing DELT (Dual ended line testing) allows loop testing with CPEs connected in order to identify faults I Page 29 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 30. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + MileGate Feature Set Main Features Security TDM Migration QoS (Quality-of-Service) Outdoor Testing Multicast Management I Page 30 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 31. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + Main Features 1/3  System design  21 or 8 slots per chassis with 1 Gbps per slot  Full core redundancy  Link aggregation support from 2 up to 5 GbE network interfaces  Hybrid backplane with  GbE-Star  Native TDM transmission  System prepared for 10 GbE network interfaces  Flow based traffic management  VoIP gateway  Integrated VoIP media gateway  POTS and ADSL2plus combo solution  H.248/MEGACO or SIP signalling protocol I Page 31 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 32. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + Main Features 2/3  Ethernet and DSL  Up to 960 ADSL2plus ports per subrack  Up to 640 VDSL2 ports per subrack  Up to 640 SHDSL (ATM or EFM) ports per subrack  Up to 480 optical Ethernet per subrack  Multicast capability for video distribution  According to Broadband Forum (TR-101)  Network management support  UNEM  Higher layer NMS support via  CLI  XML  SNMP  Comprehensive integration of 3rd party equipment via SNMP I Page 32 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 33. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + Leistungsmerkmale 3/3  Uplink to all network topologies  GbE for Ethernet networks  STM-4/-1 to SDH networks  n x E1 to PDH networks  Data gateways  Legacy TDM data over Ethernet networks with CEoP (Circuit Emulation over Ethernet)  Ethernet data transmission over SDH networks with EoS (Ethernet over SDH)  Comprehensive TV services  Efficient video distribution with 2-stage multicasting  Transmission of analogue and digital Cable TV via optical fibre in parallel to the Internet access I Page 33 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 34. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + TDM Migration – Hybrid Backplane Concept for Packet Ethernet Services CP ADSL2+ VDSL2 Aggregation SHDSL 100FX n x GigE Network Legacy n x E1 POTS ISDN PDH/SDH TDM Services SDSL n V5.2 x E1 STM-1/4 MileGate combines native Ethernet and native TDM Cost-efficient – without the need of emulation I Page 34 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 35. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + TDM Migration – Smooth Migration to Voice-over-IP SIP/H.248 CP n x 2 Mbps Data VLAN Ethernet SHDSL Aggregation Voice VLAN Network VoIP GW ISDN Uk0 ISDN PBX n x E1 n x E1 Class 5 switch V5.2 MileGate migrates TDM telephony towards VoIP architectures without touching the end customer equipment I Page 35 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 36. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + TDM Migration – Smooth Migration with TDM Circuit Emulation over Packet CP n x 2 Mbps CESoP VLAN Ethernet SHDSL Aggregation CESoP VLAN Network CEOP n x E1 SHDSL n x E1 PBX n x E1 PDH/SDH G.703 STM-1/4 MileGate migrates TDM towards Ethernet/IP architecture without touching the end customer equipment I Page 36 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 37. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + TDM Migration – Voice Service Migration from V5.2 to H.248/MEGACO or SIP UNEM Release R8 PSTN/ISDN PSTN Local V5.x Exchange PDH/SDH P L Network C O O M M I 1 8 UNEM Release R8 Voice Access Call Server Proxy I Packet Switched P Network (IP) S x 2 POTS/ISDN in NGN I Page 37 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 38. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + TDM Migration – Telco Service Capabilities & Functions Subscriber Services Core Network ADSL/2/2plus (Annex A, B, L, M) IP DSLAM Ethernet / IP (ATM DSL to Ethernet IWF) Ethernet SHDSL (ATM) Aggregation  Residential BB DSL VoIP Line & Switching  Business BB DSL SHDSL (EFM) Access GW  Business Ethernet (H.248 or SIP)  Leased Lines VDSL2 (using CES) TDM over IP Optical Ethernet (CESoP) TDM uplink  Telephony TDM Voice GW (N x E1)  Leased Lines POTS & ISDN-BA/PRA (V5.x AN-side) SHDSL (TDM) TDM XC SDH / PDH SDH uplink STM-1/STM-4 I Page 38 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 39. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + Operation in Outdoor Deployment 960 lines per subrack Central Office RG Up to 3840 connections out Splitter of a 19“ rack Street Cabinet Access Network Gigabit Ethernet Micro-DSLAM with 8 x VDSL2 VDSL2 4 HU for NGN in Multi-Tenant Large Multi- mid-size locations Building Tenant Building I Page 39 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 40. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + Requirements for Outdoor IP-MSAN  General requirements  High-density, small form factor, "street-hardened"  Fiber to the access platform solution (GbE)  High-speed, any-service-any-slot architecture  Extended operational temperature range  Services  Full Triple Play support – QoS, multicast, high throughput, low latency, security features  Complete range of auto-sensing DSL interfaces: ADSL/ ADSL2plus, VDSL2, SHDSL (TDM, ATM and EFM)  POTS/ISDN support including V5.2 and VoIP (SIP/H.248)  Support for Ethernet based business services  TDM legacy interfaces: X.21, V.24, V.35, V.36 and E1 The full solution is  Circuit emulation over Packet to transport TDM circuits over the IP network "street-minded"  Network operations  OSS integration optimised to minimise on-site interventions  Remote provisioning, maintenance and line testing I Page 40 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 41. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + IPTV with Unicast TV viewer requests TV channel Server sends video stream Every TV viewer has his own dedicated video stream Live Broadcast HDTV: >6 Mbps <150 HDTVs per Gigabit Ethernet Interface Unicast is Highly Inefficient to Broadcast TV I Page 41 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 42. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + Multicast/IGMP Snooping Improves the Network Efficiency TV viewer requests TV channel Server sends video stream If other viewer requests the same channel the network multiplied the video stream Live Broadcast HDTV: >6 Mbps Unlimited Number of TVs Over 80 HDTV Channels per Gigabit Ethernet Highly Efficient Delivery of Broadcast TV I Page 42 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 43. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + Security on MileGate  Hair-pin forwarding  Only frames with MAC destination address of the broadband network gateway are forwarded towards the network  Hair-pin forwarding (peer-to-peer traffic) is prevented  MAC address spoofing  The source MAC address is validated against the interface  Source MAC spoofing is prevented The use of Ethernet as an aggregation technology  MAC address flooding presents new security  Number of MAC addresses learnt on one port is challenges limited  Source MAC flooding is prevented I Page 43 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 44. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + Security on MileGate  MAC Address Translation  Avoid MAC address duplication network wise  Filtering  List of acceptable MAC destination addresses in upstream direction  Only frames with valid destination addresses are forwarded  Denial of Service (DoS)  Access Control Lists limit the number of multicast channel per user and provide protection against DoS attacks I Page 44 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 45. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + Quality of Service – Class of Service Implementation Internet Soft Switch Packet network Data MileGate ADSL2plus Modem The priorities Residential High Priority Voice Traffic Gateway High Priority Video Traffic Voice Best effort (Web / FTP traffic) VIDEO/TV I Page 45 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 46. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + Quality of Service – Priorities and Queuing Methods  Prioritise critical traffic (voice, video) over "uncritical" traffic (mail, web)  Different queuing methods  Strict Priority  WFQ (Weighted Fair Queuing)  WRR (Weighted Round Robin)  Classification by  CoS marking  Ingress port  DiffServ code points (DSCP)  8 priorities level in CoS mapped to  8 queues upstream  4 queues downstream I Page 46 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 47. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + Operational Support through DSL Line Testing Test parameter: Single Ended Line Testing Loop length Shorts SELT Lines without termination can be OSS Load coils tested remotely …  Service provisioning and maintenance process can be optimised Test parameter: SNR Loop attenuation Dual Ended Line Testing OSS Noise DELT Line rate Lines with termination can be … tested remotely  Service maintenance process is supported Live traffic SNR = Signal to Noise Ratio I Page 47 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 48. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + MileGate Management Concept Overview MileGate management concept is based on a layer approach  Northbound Interfaces (NBI) at MileGate EMS level for OSS integration  UNEM for remote management from the NMC/NOC  MCST (MileGate Configuration Software Tool) for configuration and commissioning activities OSS DCN UNEM NBI (CLI/XML/SNMP) MileGate MCST  GUI  CLI I Page 48 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 49. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + UNEM KEY Features & Functionality  Graphical & hierarchical network presentation including sections  Configuration of network elements and their units  Fault management – locating of alarms down to sub-unit level  Alarm Forwarding via E-Mail  Performance management – retrieval, storage and export of performance monitoring data  Network wide software download  Synchronisation map – displays the clock signal distribution flow in the network  Security management – capability to define different operator classes & access rights based on user profiles  Inventory Management – HW & SW information stored in UNEM database and updated automatically, export via XML file  UNEM networking package for UMUX – providing end-to-end circuit provisioning I Page 49 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 50. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + MILEGATE APPLICATIONS I Page 50 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 51. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + High-Speed DSL Internet Access B-RAS PPPoE C Internet S O S U G IP Edge S U S E METRO U Node Router V D 1 A D 1 D x x IPoE SIP Telephony SUVDx: VDSL2 METRO/REGIONAL Online Residential SUSD1: SHDSL ATM NETWORK Gaming Gateway SUADx: ADSL/ADSL2/ADSL2plus @ ACCESS SUBSCRIBER I Page 51 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 52. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + IPTV and Video on Demand C O S G METRO S U E Video U Node V 1 A D D x x SUVDx: VDSL2 METRO/REGIONAL Residential SUADx: ADSL/ADSL2/ADSL2plus Gateway NETWORK ACCESS SUBSCRIBER Video, TV I Page 52 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 53. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + FTTH Network with MileGate and SUEN4 ACCESS METRO/REGIONAL NETWORK Up to 480 Ports per 8 HU Subrack SUBSCRIBER POTS or ISDN Telephony C METRO SS O SS G Node UU UU E S0 or POTS EE EE 1 NN NN GbE 33 43 FTTH CPE IPTV Optical Core Network Set Top Box Ethernet 4 x Ethernet SUEN4: FTTH optical Ethernet line card I Page 53 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 54. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + FTTH Network with MileGate and SUEN3 Including CATV Overlay ACCESS METRO/REGIONAL NETWORK Up to 480 Ports per 8 HU Subrack Cable TV Signal SUBSCRIBER POTS or ISDN Telephony C SSS O METRO SU UU UE G Node EE E N E NN N 1 GbE 33 33 FTTH CPE CATV Optical Core Network (Coax) Ethernet 4 x Ethernet SUEN3: FTTH optical Ethernet line card with CATV overlay I Page 54 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 55. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + FTTB Network with MileGate 2011 with Cable TV Overlay and legacy Voice Core Network METRO/REGIONALE Ethernet/IP Data NETWORK CATV nx Signal VDSL2 + POTS V– V+ P– P+ RF-Overlay CATV + V– V+ Ethernet/IP PSTN over one single P– P+ optical fiber V– V+ P– P+ existing In-house-Coax- Cabeling ACCESS SUBSCRIBER I Page 55 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 56. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + Voice over VoIP Subscriber Media Gateway C Core Network I O METRO S P G Node S U S E U I x 1 P x 2 x 1 H.248 or Soft Telephony 4 Switch SIP Voice SUPx4: POTS SUIx1: ISDN METRO/REGIONAL NTBA IPSx2: H.248 or SIP NETWORK media gateway ACCESS SUBSCRIBER I Page 56 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 57. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + TDM Voice via V5.2 Links L P O C M S O I U M 8 TDM Network P 1 M 4 POTS Telephony SUPM4: POTS METRO/REGIONAL PCOM1: V5.2 Unit 1 LOMI8: E1 NETWORK 2 ACCESS 48 SUBSCRIBER I Page 57 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 58. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + TDM Voice via V5.2 Links, Uplink via SDH Network A P Y C N S O 4 U M M STM-4/STM-1- P 1 M Netz 4 POTS Telephony SUPM4: POTS METRO/REGIONAL PCOM1: V5.2 Unit 1 SYN4M: SDH Uplink NETWORK 2 ACCESS 48 SUBSCRIBER I Page 58 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 59. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + V5.2 via IP (Circuit Emulation) C Core Network C O METRO S E G Node S U O E U I P 1 P Q 1 POTS-Telephony M 1 4 C C O METRO P E G Node L C O E NTBA O O P 1 POTS/ISDN M M 1 I 1 8 TDM Network ACCESS I Page 59 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 60. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + MELCAS Voice L O S M U I TDM Network P 8 M 3 POTS Telephony METRO/REGIONAL SUPM3: POTS Ports 1 LOMI8: E1 Ports NETWORK 2 ACCESS 48 SUBSCRIBER I Page 60 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 61. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + SHDSL Business Access over Copper B-RAS PPPoE C Internet S O S T G IP Edge S METRO U I E Node Router U S M 1 S E 1 D 1 1 IPoE Server METRO/REGIONAL Corporate LANs NETWORK CPE/Router SUSD1: SHDSL ATM SUSE1: SHDSL EFM with pair bonding STIM1: SHDSL TDM with remote powering E1, X.21, V.24 V.35, V.36 ACCESS SUBSCRIBER I Page 61 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 62. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + Ethernet / Ethernet in the First Mile (EFM) C Core Network S O S U G E METRO SIP Telephony U E Node S N 1 E x 1 Integrated SUSE1: SHDSL EFM METRO/REGIONAL Access Device SUENx: Optical Ethernet line card NETWORK ACCESS SUBSCRIBER Web Server I Page 62 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 63. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + POTS/ADSL2plus Solution via V5.2 Links (E1/G.703) C IP Network L O P O S C G S U M E U O I P M 1 POTS- A C 8 D 1 Telephony 4 TDM Network 3 METRO/REGIONAL SUAD3: ADSL Line Card NETWORK Online- Gaming SUPC4: POTS with integrated Splitter STB PCOM1: V5.2 Unit @ LOMI8: E1 ACCESS SUBSCRIBER I Page 63 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 64. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + Leased Lines (SHDSL TDM) S L Y STM-4/STM-1- S O N Netz T M 4 I I M M 8 1 TDM Network Router 8 x E1 METRO/REGIONAL STIM1: SHDSL TDM Line Card NETWORK E1, X.21, V.24 LOMI8: E1 Ports V.35, V.36 CPE LineRunner DTM ACCESS SUBSCRIBER Sensor Network Server I Page 64 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 65. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + MILEGATE ROADMAP I Page 65 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 66. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + MileGate Roadmap 2010 2011 2012 R2F (May 2010) R3B (Q4/ 2010)  FTTH/CATV optical Ethernet unit (SUEN3)  10 GbE uplink core unit  FTTH optical Ethernet unit (SUEN4) variant (COGE3)  VDSL2 over POTS with ADSL2plus fallback  12 x FXO analogue exchange (SUVD3) unit (TUXA1)  VDSL2 over ISDN with ADSL2plus fallback and MELT (SUVM4)  TDM SHDSL feature enhancement R3A (Q3/ 2010) R3B (Q3/ 2011)  2-services over 1 or 2 pair SHDSL  Ethernet aggregation unit (ETER2)  SDH STM-16 functionality  Up to 4 Mbps over 2 pair SHDSL  SDH STM-4/1 unit with EoS  Central unit improvements (SYN4M R2) R2F (April / 2010)  8-port FTTB/VDSL NTU (MileGate 2011) R3A (Q4/ 2010) R2F (Q2/ 2010)  Core unit enhancement (COGE2)  SDH STM-4/1 unit with EoS (SYN4M R1)  2/4-wire E&M TDM unit (TUEM1)  High density H.248 voice gateway (IPSM3)  Data TDM unit (TUDA1)  High density SIP voice gateway (IPSS3)  Low density POTS unit (SUPM1)  Subrack with 10 GbE backplane I Page 66 of 71 © KEYMILE
  • 67. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + MILEGATE BENEFITS I Page 67 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 68. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + MileGate – Benefits  Multimedia capabilities including multicast for IPTV  Smooth migration of legacy services to All-IP  Voice media gateways for POTS and ISDN via SIP or H.248  Multi-Service flexibility with a great variety of DSL and voice interfaces  FTTx network architectures  High-speed broadband services $$$  Extensive QoS and protection functions Revenue: increase  Residential and business services delivered from one node  Small footprint, high port density, robust decrease  Can be used in street cabinets (outdoors) OPEX: $$$  Scalable from a few up to thousands of subscribers I Page 68 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 69. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + MILEGATE FUNCTIONAL UNITS I Page 69 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 70. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + MileGate 2500 & 2300 – Functional Units Overview Please click the unit MileGate 2011 to get more information FTTB Micro-DSLAM 8 VDSL2 Interfaces COGE1 GbE Uplink Central Unit SUAD3/4 SUSD1 SUSE1 SYN4M CEOP1 SUPM4/SUPC4 SUIQ1/SUIT1 ADSL2plus SHDSL ATM SHDSL EFM SDH Uplink CEoP Card POTS ISDN 2B1Q oder 4B3T 48 Interfaces 32 Interfaces 32 Interfaces STM-1/4 8 Interfaces 48 Interfaces 16 Interfaces DSL DATA VOICE SUVD3/SUVM4 STIM1 SUEN1 SUEN3/4 LOMI8 IPSM2 IPSS2 PCOM1 VDSL2 SHDSL TDM Ethernet optical Ethernet E1 G.703 VoIP Media VoIP Media V5.2 Converter 32 Interfaces 8 Interfaces 8 Interfaces 24 Interfaces 8 Interfaces Gateways Gateway SIP H.248/MEGACO I Page 70 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 71. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + Central Unit – COGE1  Central hub function with 28 Gbps switch  Running network element software  GbE network interfaces  2 x 1000Base-FX (optical, SFP-based)  3 x 10/100/1000Base-TC (electrical, RJ45)  Management interfaces  Synch I/Os (T3, 2048 kHz)  Link aggregation 802.3ad  VLAN 802.1Q  VLAN tag stacking (provider bridge 802.1ad)  Traffic management (802.1p, per flow rate control)  RSTP and Ethernet protection switching (G.8031)  1:1 equipment protection  IGMPv3 snooping  Central network element database I Page 71 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 72. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + SDH STM-4/STM-1 Uplink Unit – SYN4M  2 x SFP based STM-4/STM-1 ports  2 x SFP based STM-1 ports  4 x Electrical Ethernet ports (100/1000 BT)  4 x Ethernet over SDH (EoS) channels  Up to 64 terminated/transparent 2 Mbps channels to backplane  SDH mapping and protection mechanisms  SNCP  EQP I Page 72 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 73. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + PROTOCOLS I Page 73 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 74. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + Reference Architecture MileGate smoothly integrates ASP/BB into this architecture Network Gateway A10-ASP L2TP NSP1 L2TS A10-NSP User1 BB Access IP - QoS Ethernet Access NSP2 Network Node MDF NID RG IP Aggregation Loop A10-NSP Gateway (DSLAM) User2 T IP - QoS V ASP1 Customer Prem. Net A10-ASP Access Network Regional Broadband U Network Aggregation Network Source: Broadband Forum TR-101 I Page 74 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 75. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + End-to-End Functional View – High-Speed Internet Access U V A10-NSP PC ADSL Modem MileGate B-RAS ROUTER INTERNET www IP IP Routing & NAT PPP Tunnel Application Service Provider PPPoE PPPoE-Agent PPPoE L2TP (ASP) PPPoE Bridging 802.1Q/ad Ethernet Ethernet 802.1Q/ad Ethernet Ethernet RFC 1483 RFC 1483 Ethernet Core www Ethernet AAL5 AAL5 Protocol ATM ATM Ethernet Ethernet IP Routing IP ADSL ADSL delivery delivery … … (multicast capable, simpler) www IP IP Routing & NAT Core DHCP Option 82 Protocol Bridging Tunnel Ethernet 802.1Q/ad 802.1Q/ad VPN Ethernet Ethernet Ethernet RFC 1483 RFC 1483 Ethernet Ethernet Core IPoE AAL5 AAL5 Protocol ATM ATM Ethernet Ethernet ADSL ADSL delivery delivery I Page 75 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 76. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + End-to-End Functional View – TV Broadcast TV STB ADSL Modem MileGate Router Application Service Provider (ASP) IGMP U V TV Remote Video Control www MPEG2 MPEG2 IP Routing & NAT UDP Channel Encoder Appl. IP UDP Ethernet Bridging IP Routing IGMP IGMP Snooping PIM-SSM, … IP Ethernet 802.1Q/ad Ethernet 802.1Q Ethernet RFC 1483 RFC 1483 Ethernet Core Core Ethernet Ethernet AAL5 AAL5 Protocol Protocol ATM ATM Ethernet Ethernet ADSL ADSL delivery delivery I Page 76 of 77 © KEYMILE
  • 77. CONTENT ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTION FEATURES APPLICATIONS ROADMAP BENEFITS + Protocol Stack – VoIP SIP Phone ADSL Modem MileGate Router Application Service Provider (ASP) Codec Sig. Application Appl. RTP SIP SIP UDP UDP IP IP Routing & NAT IP IP Routing Ethernet Bridging Ethernet Ethernet 802.1Q 802.1Q RFC 1483 RFC 1483 Core Ethernet Ethernet Ethernet Ethernet Core Protocol AAL5 AAL5 Protocol ATM ATM Ethernet Ethernet ADSL ADSL delivery delivery I Page 77 of 77 © KEYMILE