Draka laying the foundation of your next gen broadband network (#edinburgh)
“ Laying the foundation of your NextGen Broadband network” Edgar Aker Draka Communications | Telecom Solutions Director of Marketing & Product Management
“ Laying the foundation of your NextGen Broadband network” Impact of the Digital Age What does it bring to my community? A NextGen access infrastructure Current telephone, coaxial copper infrastructures 3 What is Superfast Broadband? Definitions by Digital Britain / FTTH Council Europe 1 2 4 Telecoms network layers How are services delivered to the community 5 Recent cases, Europe/Middle East Amsterdam, Paris, Qatar, Berkel & Roderijs
What is ‘Superfast Broadband? …. different definitions circulate Digital Britain report: “ Ambition to develop faster than 2Mbps broadband over time” European Union: “ The 2020 target is internet speeds of 30 Mbps for all European citizens, with 50% (…) subscribing to 100Mbps or higher” EU commissioner of Digital Agenda: Neelie Kroes (NL) Swedish Broadband Strategy: “ In 2015 40% and in 2020 90% of all house-holds and businesses have access to min. 100 Mbps .”
What is ‘Superfast Broadband? …. different definitions circulate www.ftthcouncil.eu/home/fibrespeed_tool/?cid=259
Impact of the Digital Age What can it bring to my community? Communication in the digital age comes in the form of voice , email , text , photos , video , web-links , and social networking platforms .
How to deploy these new services? Upgrade the access network!
Telecoms infrastructure Current infrastructures Access FTTX: short span and drop cable 40Gbps 10Gbps Cabinets & Closures Access POP Metro Network ring distances Metro Network Backbone/Long-Haul Long distances High Speed Backbone
Three layers of Telecoms How are services delivered to the community with a positive BC 1. New & Exciting applications that require high bandwidth will drive demand. 2. State-of-the-art performance of active equipment improving your OPEX (Operating Expenditure). 3. Experience and innovations in the passive network reduce risk and lower CAPEX (Capital Expenditure) Building a strong business case Passive Layer Active Layer Service Layer
A NextGen Access infrastructure Possible fibre rich access network infrastructures
Build a low cost high quality passive network! The financials Optical fiber cables Connectivity Products Network Engineering Project Management Network Installation Civil Works FTTH Solutions Focus of reducing Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) +
Software Including link Reduce CAPEX! Using Network Design Software To be used to design a FTTH network balancing Labor costs and material costs. INTERFACE
What about the situation outside of the UK? Cases around Europe & Middle East
Amsterdam CityNet Cases in mainland Europe 5.000 – 12.500 connections per PoP 4 PoPs realized ‘ Zeeburg’ The docklands Osdorp ‘ suburb area’ 2 area’s 31 sub area’s total 40.000 connections PoP 1 PoP 4 PoP 2 PoP 3
Amsterdam CityNet Cases in mainland Europe World’s first FTTH? Yes, Fiber-to-the-Houseboat Passive Layer Active Layer Service Layer
Paris Man-accessible sewer FTTH Cases in mainland Europe Right-of-way: Man accessible Sewers Draka’s chief Technical Sales Engineer: having a bad day at the office
Paris Man-accessible sewer FTTH Cases in mainland Europe Right-of-way: Man accessible Sewers Special conditions: Heavy duty envirnoment, Chemical resistance; Watertightness; Rodent protection; Window and pull - back Window and cut Window and cut Window and pull - back PoP Sewer Cable Special cable design: Rat-proof OF Cable Passive Layer Active Layer Service Layer
Energy City - Qatar Cases in mainland Gulf Area Innovations in passive network make deployments more effective while reducing the CAPEX and OPEX Passive Layer Active Layer Service Layer Optical fiber cables Connectivity Products Network Engineering Project Management Network Installation Civil Works Turn-key Solutions Reduction of Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) +
Berkel & Rodenrijs Rural FTTH development in The Netherlands Berkel & Rodenrijs , is a small town close to Rotterdam in the western Netherlands. The municipality has a population of 23,000 and covers an area of 18.91 km² (7.30 square miles) of which 0.29 km² (0.11 square miles) consists of canals and waterways. This small Dutch community completed a successful fiber optic rollout to 6,000 homes.
FTTH deployments must focus on TCO reduction… …utilize the existing knowledge and experience to make smart decisions
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