Wireless Solutions – Intelligent Buildings

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Wireless Solutions – Intelligent Buildings

  1. 1. Introduction to Gigabit Wireless Solutions Maximizing Network Performance whilst Lowering OPEX Steve Horner International Technical Director 20th and 21st October 2010 October 2010
  2. 2. Challenges facing networks today Enterprise Service Providers  Increasing demand for higher  Backhaul bottlenecks in 2G/3G performance connections to support networks new business applications  Generate differentiated service  Disparity of workforce & relocating revenues employees to facilities off the LAN  Aging backbone doesn‟t provide  Distributed servers straining IT adequate bandwidth resources and budgets  Delays in provisioning new services  Using unlicensed solutions yielding means delays in revenues concerns about network security and interference  Lowering costs to maintain competitive edge Works today….what about tomorrow? © BridgeWave Communications Confidential www.bridgewave.com I 1-866-577-6908 I 1-408-567-6900 2
  3. 3. What‟s driving GigE Wireless in the Enterprise? Medical imaging and electronic health records  Digitalization of imaging becoming the benchmark  Anyone/anywhere access to records  Centralized server facilities Public safety video surveillance  Cost-effective alternative to more “feet on the street”  Low-latency network supports real-time pan/tilt/zoom Campus Connectivity  High-speed backbone for education & research  Campus Wi-Fi/WiMAX backhaul © BridgeWave Communications Confidential www.bridgewave.com | +1-408-567-6900 3
  4. 4. Growth of Mobile Infrastructure 3.6 3.6  Mobile traffic will double every year through 2014, 3.2 increasing 39x between 2.7 2009 – 2014 (CAGR of Exabytes per Month 2.2 108%) 2.3 1.8  Almost 66% of mobile 1.2 traffic will be video by 1.4 2014 0.9 0.6 0.5 0.2  Backhaul is the 0.1 bottleneck 0.0 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Source:  GigE links “future-proof” solution for aggregating Cisco Systems, Global IP Traffic Forecast and Methodology, 2009-2014, Feb 2010 Values in Exabytes per Month traffic
  5. 5. Fibre vs. Wireless GigE  Fibre • Established, reliable choice • High Capacity data rates • Secure, point-to-point link  Implementation • Construction costs, right-of-way, securing permits • Weeks-to-months to implement • Expensive recurring monthly lease charges  Vulnerable • Construction Crew Severs Secret „Black Line‟* “A construction crew working on an office building in Virginia in severed a fibre optic cable that wasn‟t on anyone‟s map. Apparently it was a „black line‟ used for carrying secret intelligence data…” *http://www.wired.com/threatlevel/2009/06/blackline/ © BridgeWave Communications www.bridgewave.com | 1-866-577-6908 5
  6. 6. Why consider GigE wireless?  Cost for high-speed leased lines are expensive  Up to and beyond £3,000/month (GigE)  Time to install wireless is much shorter  Need connection in <30 days but leased-line installation can be 3-6 months out  Want alternative technology for primary and/or backup link  Safeguards in case service provider has a fibre cut  Want control of their network  In terms of cost and maintenance GigE Wireless: fibre-like performance without the cost and delays of implementing fibre © BridgeWave Communications www.bridgewave.com | 1-866-577-6908 6
  7. 7. Example 1 – Off LAN Connections  Opening up remote office ½ mile away Remote Office  Minimum of 6 Mbps needed to support network services ½ mile  Lease (3) E1 lines at £500 each per month  Startup cost of £3,000  1st year cost to provide Main Office 6Mbps = £21,000 © BridgeWave Communications www.bridgewave.com | 1-866-577-6908 7
  8. 8. Example 1 – (3) T1‟s 60 GHz FE Wireless Leased 4xT1 Telco Service fee 0 £54,000 Leased Line Provision 0 £9,000 60 GHz Radios £7,000 £0 Installation £2,000 £0 Three Year Warranty £2,499 £0 Total £11,499 £63,000 Throughput 100 Mbps 6 Mbps 16x speed increase and £51,500 savings over 3 years!! Upgrade the link to GigE for £7.5K – 167x speed increase and still save £44K © BridgeWave Communications www.bridgewave.com | 1-866-577-6908 8
  9. 9. Example 2 – Hospital and Outpatient Clinic Both 4 to 5Km from Data Centre  Currently have E1 connections from Hospital and clinic to Data Centre Clinic Hospital  Now GigE service is required for connection to both hospital and clinic  Monthly 1Gbps fibre Data Center cost (at least)  Five year lease/contract £2,000 per line  Total cost over 5 years is £120,000 per line. © BridgeWave Communications www.bridgewave.com | 1-866-577-6908 9
  10. 10. Example 2 –GigE Fibre 80 GHz GE Wireless Leased GigE Telco Service fee £0 £120,000 x 2 Leased Line Provision £0 £0 GE80X £20,000 x 2 £0 Installation £3,000 £0 Licensing £50 x 2 £0 Five Year Warranty £8,000 x 2 £0 Total £59,100 £240,000 Throughput 1000 Mbps 1000 Mbps Represents £180,900 savings over 5 years ROI in just over 1.25 years! © BridgeWave Communications www.bridgewave.com | 1-866-577-6908 10
  11. 11. How are GigE Wireless Links being Used? © BridgeWave Communications www.bridgewave.com | 1-866-577-6908 11
  12. 12. Application - Enterprise Challenges:  Needed to connect additional locations to corporate LAN  Required high-capacity to support video surveillance, VoIP, and data Benefits:  “Virtual-fibre” links for vital video surveillance and point-of- sale transactions  Complete ROI in less than 2 years “The benefits of gigabit wireless for reliability, performance, and ease of implementation make BridgeWave products an ideal connectivity option for adding new properties and increasing network resiliency.” - Andy Bomboy, Director, Network and Communications Services, Hershey Entertainment & Resorts © BridgeWave Communications Confidential www.bridgewave.com I 1-866-577-6908 I 1-408-567-6900 12
  13. 13. Application - Education  Challenges:  Swiftly provision high-speed connections to relocated outpatient clinic  $500K fibre installation was well out of budget  HIPAA compliance  Benefits:  Immediate gigabit connectivity  ROI in 5 months  Secure, reliable transfer of sensitive patient information “We have already saved $200,000 by using BridgeWave‟s GigE solutions instead of fiber. BridgeWave allowed us to stay under budget with low operating costs for high- speed connections and functionality.” - Eric Schoedel, Voice Manager, Rush University Medical Center © BridgeWave Communications Confidential www.bridgewave.com I 1-866-577-6908 I 1-408-567-6900 13
  14. 14. Application – Disaster Recovery  Challenges:  Severe weather hindered network connections  Limited connectivity in times of disaster  Costs of $2M for fibre exceeded budget  Benefits:  Reliable, uninterrupted campus connectivity  Complete disaster recovery strategy  256-bit AES provides highly secure transmission “BridgeWave‟s AR60-AES/AR60X-AES links not only provided a solution to our previous network vulnerabilities, but also served as a „future-proof‟ disaster recovery solution.” - Ed Kiefer Manager of Data Networking, Cornell University © BridgeWave Communications Confidential www.bridgewave.com I 1-866-577-6908 I 1-408-567-6900 14
  15. 15. Application - Healthcare  Challenges:  Rapidly re-establish network connectivity between St. Joseph‟s Hospital and FHS Service Center  Needed high-capacity solution for PACS, VoIP, data  Needed HIPAA compliant security  Benefits:  Fibre-equivalent performance  Rapid deployment  Projected $500,000 savings over 5 years compared to leasing fibre “Implementing gigabit radios in place of leased line services has not only produced superior performance at a low cost, we‟ve also realized greater end-to-end visibility and control over our network environment. ” - Ryan Drovdah, Network Supervisor, Franciscan Health System © BridgeWave Communications Confidential www.bridgewave.com I 1-866-577-6908 I 1-408-567-6900 15
  16. 16. Application – Gov‟t/Municipality Challenges:  Need for video surveillance solution that could be installed on utility poles and building facades  Existing city network insufficient to carry video traffic BridgeWave Solution:  Ring and Star architecture using Fast Ethernet and GigE links for high-capacity backbone Benefits:  Conservation of 4.9 GHz frequency  Compact system fits on light poles  Ability to directly attached cameras via add/drop Ethernet ports  Low-latency, real-time camera pan/tilt/zoom control “With BridgeWave‟s high-speed, secure wireless links, the Dallas Police Department has gained a „future- proof‟ network backbone that can scale to meet our evolving bandwidth requirements while helping us make downtown safer for our residents, businesses and visitors.” - Tom Lawrence, Deputy Police Chief, Dallas Police Department © BridgeWave Communications Confidential www.bridgewave.com I 1-866-577-6908 I 1-408-567-6900 16
  17. 17. Application – Service Providers Challenges:  Provide high-capacity WiMAX connectivity to support growing IP based services  Rapidly scale to meet evolving bandwidth needs  Ensure reliability and maintain cost effective Benefits:  Full-rate GigE connections yield high- capacity backbone  Direct connectivity eliminates intermediary switching points “Deploying BridgeWave‟s systems proved to be the most cost effective and these savings are seen at every level. BridgeWave helps make it possible for us to provide our customers with exceptional WiMAX-based services.” - Arthur Giftakis, Vice President of Engineering and Operations, Towerstream, Inc. © BridgeWave Communications Confidential www.bridgewave.com I 1-866-577-6908 I 1-408-567-6900 17
  18. 18. 60 GHz & 80 GHz Technology © BridgeWave Communications www.bridgewave.com | 1-866-577-6908 18
  19. 19. Frequency Allocations  60 GHz & 80 GHz bands provide multi-gigahertz allocations  Much more bandwidth compared to lower licensed frequency bands, i.e. 6 – 38 GHz  Ideal for multi-gigabit transmissions  Single RF channels  Simple, robust modulation methods © BridgeWave Communications www.bridgewave.com | 1-866-577-6908 19
  20. 20. Characteristics of millimeter wave GigE transmission solutions  Line of sight, point-to-point links  Short distances:  60 GHz typical distance under one mile  80 GHz distances up to 5 miles  Rain affects link distances and budgets, not snow, fog, or dust  With proper link planning, five-nines availability can be achieved  High capacity GigE+ connections  GigE or multiple SONET + GigE transmissions  Very narrow “pencil-beam” antennas  Highly secure links  Interference-Free  Small, all-outdoor form factor
  21. 21. Antennas 5.8 GHz = 1,140’ wide @ 1 mi  Very narrow beamwidth  Security:  Low probability of detection  Low probability of intercept  Interference Immunity  Co-locate multiple terminals Freq BW (deg) Dispersion @ 1 mile (GHz) (1.6km) 2.4 30.2 2,832‟ (863m) 5.8 12.4 1,140‟ (347m) 23 3.1 284‟ (87m) 60 1.4 128‟ (39m) 60 GHz = 128’ wide @ 1 mi 80 0.4 36‟ (11m)
  22. 22. About BridgeWave Communications © BridgeWave Communications www.bridgewave.com | 1-866-577-6908 22
  23. 23. BridgeWave Communications  Founded in 1999  The market leader in GigE wireless transport  Specializing in 60-80 GHz  Over 8,000 gigabit radios sold and deployed in over 30 countries Corporate Headquarters: Santa Clara, CA  ISO9001 Certified  78% of all OFCOM registrations  70% of all U.S. registrations © BridgeWave Communications www.bridgewave.com I 1-866-577-6908 I 1-408-567-6900 23
  24. 24. BridgeWave Product Line Up: 60GHz 60GHz family: Compact 10” design Extended range 24” design  GE60  Full rate, full-duplex 1000 Mbps  Typical range: up to 0.75 mi  AR60X (-AES)  Full rate, full-duplex 1000 Mbps  AR60 (-AES)  Typical range: up to 1.5 mi  Full rate, full-duplex 1000 Mbps  AdaptRateTM mode switching  Typical range: up to 1 mi  FE60U  Full rate, full-duplex 100 Mbps  Typical range: up to 1 mi
  25. 25. BridgeWave Product Line Up: 80GHz Compact 12” design Extended range 24” design  GE80  GE80X  Full rate, full-duplex Gigabit Ethernet  Full rate, full-duplex Gigabit Ethernet  Typical range: up to 4 mi  Typical range: up to 5 mi  BW80  BW80X  Full rate, full-duplex 125 Mbps upgradeable to  Full rate, full-duplex 125 Mbps upgradeable to 250/500/1000 Mbps via software key 250/500/1000 Mbps via software key  Range: up to 4 mi  Range: up to 6 mi  AR80  AR80X  Full rate, full-duplex 1000 Mbps  Full rate, full duplex Gigabit Ethernet  AdaptRate mode switching  AdaptRate mode switching  Typical range: up to 5 mi  Typical range: up to 6 mi  FE80U  FE80XU  Full rate, full-duplex 100 Mbps Ethernet  Full rate, full-duplex 100 Mbps Ethernet  Field upgradeable to GigE / AdaptRate  Field upgradeable to GigE / AdaptRate  Typical range: up to 5 mi  Typical range: up to 6 mi
  26. 26. FlexPort® Platform  High Capacity millimeter wave radio system optimized for next generation mobile backhaul  Data Rates up to 1.2 Gbps  Multiple Protocols  Ethernet  SONET/SDH  Tunable RF channels  Spectrally efficient  Ethernet OAM  Compact all ODU design © BridgeWave Communications Confidential and Proprietary www.bridgewave.com | 1-866-577-6908 1-408-567-6900 26
  27. 27. BridgeWave GigE Wireless Innovation  Strong FEC – improves link budget  AdaptRate™ – variable bandwidth for rain fade tolerance  AdaptPath™ – secondary link operation  256-bit AES encryption – internal, full line rate  Built-in Ethernet switch  Add/drop capabilities  In-band/out-of-band management  Detailed port statistics  QoS, VLAN (FlexPort)  100 Mbps  full gigabit software key upgradability  TDM + IP 80 GHz system (FlexPort)  Frequency agile 80 GHz system (FlexPort)  Efficient use of 80 GHz spectrum (FlexPort) © BridgeWave Communications www.bridgewave.com I 1-866-577-6908 I 1-408-567-6900 27
  28. 28. 60/80 GHz GigE Wireless Links  Allow you to:  Significantly outperform copper-based alternatives  Eliminate recurring leased-line transmission charges  Avoid construction and fibre-leasing delays  Build-in capacity for future applications  Own your infrastructure © BridgeWave Communications Confidential www.bridgewave.com I 1-866-577-6908 I 1-408-567-6900 28
  29. 29. Thank You Steve Horner Steve.horner@bridgewave.com For more information: White Papers: http://www.bridgewave.com/solutions/whitepapers.cfm Case Studies: http://www.bridgewave.com/solutions/casestudies.cfm Data Sheets: http://www.bridgewave.com/products/default.cfm Partner: http://www.apcsolutionsuk.com BridgeWave Communications, Inc. Sales: 1-866-577-6908 BridgeWave Communications, Inc. APC Solutions (UK) Limited 3350 Thomas Road Fax: 1-408-567-0775 3350 Thomas Road Mustang House, Allshots Industrial Estate Santa Clara, CA 95054 Santa Clara, CA. 95054 U.S.A. Kelvedon, Essex, CO5 9DF, UK Tel: +1 (408) 567-6900 Tel: +44 (0)8458 123 118 sales@bridgewave.com Fax: +1 (408) 567-0775 Fax: +44 (0)8458 123 119 www.bridgewave.com www.bridgewave.com www.apcsolutionsuk.com

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