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OFS FTTx Webinar July 2017 at CABA

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Fiber to the Residence and Business - Indoor Optical Fiber Solution for Buildings and Homes. Invisible Fiber Indoor Living Unit (ILU) solution.

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OFS FTTx Webinar July 2017 at CABA

  1. 1. FIBER TO THE RESIDENCE OR BUSINESS Indoor Optical Fiber Solutions for Buildings and Homes PRESENTED BY: ANURAG JAIN Global FTTH Solutions Manager, OFS | July 25, 2017
  2. 2. About CABA Vision CABA advances the connected home and intelligent buildings sectors. CABA (Continential Automated Buildings Association)
  3. 3. CABA Board of Directors
  4. 4. CABA extends its reach to a Global Market with 350+ members and 28,000+ industry professionals worldwide. AUSTRALIA BARBADOS BELGIUM BRAZIL CANADA CHINA COLUMBIA CROATIA ENGLAND ESTONIA FINLAND FRANCE GERMANY INDIA ITALY JAPAN KOREA MEXICO PANAMA POLAND RUSSIA SINGAPORE SOUTH KOREA TAIWAN THE NETHERLANDS UNITED ARAB EMIRATES UNITED KINGDOM USA VENEZUELA CABA Is International
  5. 5. 1. OFS: A Furukawa Company 2. Internet of Things and FTTH 3. FTTH Network 4. Building and Home Fiber Solutions 5. Invisible Fiber Indoor Living Unit (ILU) Solution Outline
  6. 6. About OFS Heritage Spanning A Century
  7. 7. Smart Cities & IoT
  8. 8. Broadband Market View – FTTH/B Subscribers Passed and Connected North America • Cable is dominant technology with DSL expected to move to FTTH/B • USA main driver of FTTH/B growth, Canada investing for growth • Regional take-up rates increasing to high 40% • Contrast Asia with 3X broadband subscribers and 98% on FTTH/B (China, Japan, Korea) • FTTH/B expected to continue at 7% growth globally 19% 66% 15% VDSL Cable FTTH/B 93% 92M Broadband Subscribers 14M Broadband Subscribers 34M marketed 16% YoY / 4Y CAGR 14M connected 44% take rate North America Source: OFS marketing research from iDate, RVA, Fiber Broadband Association
  9. 9. Market Drivers -Online Needs of Customers Current and Future • Video over many platforms is primary driver today (OTT, video conferencing) • Remote monitoring, security usage growing • eEducation and eHealth services in short term • Energy management, IoT devices long term as they become ubiquitous • Cloud based applications a big driver in business environment
  10. 10. FTTx Solution Architecture Achieving Network Goals Central Office/ Head End Solutions Cell Site Solutions Drop Network Solutions Feeder Network Solutions Distribution Network Solutions Fiber Distribution Point Solutions MDU & Business Solutions
  11. 11. The Access Network Connecting the Home UNDERGROUND TERMINAL AERIAL TERMINAL WITH CABLE DIRECT BURIED OR IN DUCT PEDESTAL TERMINAL AERIAL TERMINAL AND CABLE WALL MOUNT TERMINAL
  12. 12. FTTH Building Solution Outside Plant Infrastructure MDUs have multiple technologies forcing providers to have several strategies.Floor Distribution Riser Cables Demarcatio n Cabinets Terminals Drop Bundles Indoor Fiber CABLES SPLITTERS MICROCABLES TERMINALS/CLOSURES
  13. 13. In Building Architecture Infrastructure Optimized to Fit the Building Building owners, residents and service providers have the same demands: • High speed internet for services • High reliability • Low latency • Quick service turn-up • Fast, non-disruptive installation • Solutions that blend into the existing décor
  14. 14. Example Brownfield Building Connectivity Pre-terminated Fiber Solutions
  15. 15. Aerial/Underground Solutions for Connected Homes SOLUTION OPTIONS 1. Drop Terminal (Aerial) OR Drop Terminal (Underground) 2. Flat Drop Cable (Aerial) OR 3. Ruggedized Cable (Direct Buried or in Duct), Toneable Cable (Direct Buried or in Duct) 4. Customer Splice Point (CSP) Module (Wall Mount)
  16. 16. Invisible Optical Fiber Solutions
  17. 17. • Easy, quick install • Blends into décor • At ceiling edge above door • In baseboard • At corner and stucco ceiling • In crown molding • Fiber • Paintable • Supports typical indoor surfaces • Protected in crevices Invisible Optical Fiber ILU Solution 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 MDU Cabling Solution Invisible Fiber Optical Solution (shown with exaggerated size and red color for illustration purposes only) ONTLocation
  18. 18. 1. Install wall module 2. Plan installation path 3. Apply corner protectors 4. Spool out Invisible optical fiber 5. Drill between rooms (optional) 6. Apply adhesive 7. Secure Invisible optical fiber 8. Close cover Invisible Optical Fiber ILU Installation Residential Time: 30 min/unit
  19. 19. • Building residents and businesses want best service for their needs • One time investment in futureproof technology • Solution breadth can fit any building design • Real-estate value increases with fiber • Local economic benefits Summary
  20. 20. Presenter Contact Information Anurag Jain Global FTTH Solutions Manager ajain@ofsoptics.com +1-732-748-7403 www.ofsoptics.com Contact OFS
  21. 21. Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA) 613.686.1814 Toll free: 888.798.CABA (2222) caba@caba.org www.CABA.org www.twitter.com/caba_news www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=2121884 Connect to what’s next™ Contact CABA

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