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Break Through the 3Kft Barrier to 25 VDSL2

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Break Through the 3Kft Barrier to 25 VDSL2

  1. 1. Break Through the 3Kft Barrier to 25Mbps VDSL2 6Kft 25 Mbps 3Kft EXTENDED VDSL2 DOUBLES STANDARD IPTV SERVICE VDSL2 AREA 25 Mbps VSL2 DSLAM Fundamentally Scales ROI across IPTV Access Networks ì Doubles the IPTV Service Area of existing DSLAMS ì Can Double Revenue from existing IPTV DSLAMs î Cuts the Cost of Deploying New VDSL2 30 - 70% ì Leverages ROI on all existing VDSL2 assets î Reduces the Time to Deploy VDSL2 up to 90% P h y l o g y TM Delivering proven solutions that extend bandwidth in ADSL1 REDEFINING RATE AND REACH and ADSL2+ access networks since 2002, Phylogy's best-of- breed xDSL line conditioning technology is currently installed in over 120 wireline carriers across the US,South America, and Europe.
  2. 2. Breaking Through VDSL2’s 3Kft Barrier The TLC Advantage The VDSL2 Challenge TLCs Leverage the Key VDSL2 Metrics The use of TLCs improves all the key metrics in IPTV access Mbps 2006 VDSL2 Original VDSL2 performance plot architecture, letting carriers strategically scale their VDSL2 40 per Telcordia performance network design rules. This fundamental advance in network 36 Ex specifications pe design reduces network complexity and cost, accelerates 2008 ct and resulting DSLAM 32 Current VDSL2 ed profitability, and strengthens long-term ROI. performance plot per ATIS design rules were 28 Pe rf intended to serve 24 Bandwidth Range Required Ac or Scaling the Network Design Rules for VDSL2 tu m 25Mbps out to 4.5Kft. for Hi-Def IPTV Services al an 20 ce By reliably extending VDSL2’s 20mbps service reach up to 85% Pe 16 rfo and 25mbps by 65%, carriers can now plan IPTV service areas up Yet today many rm to 100% larger than currently possible using a single DSLAM site. VDSL2 modems will 12 an ce This augmented reach means the capital resources supporting not even sync over each IPTV DSLAM (like backhauls, remote terminals, and Kf t 2 3 4 5 6 3.5Kft. 50% Loss of switchports) can be amortized over twice as many homes passed: Service Range VDSL2's inability to meet original design rules q Doubling the IPTV revenues per DSLAM shelf means that IPTV networks cost significantly more than anticipated. Now q Increasing bandwidth utilization of backhauls Phylogy’s proven ability to extend 25Mbps IPTV service out to 5Kft brings q Improving the utilization efficiency of all VDSL2 IPTV networking costs back into line to improve bottom-line performance assets across the entire access network. for wireline carriers. Nominal TLC Gain in VDSL2 Performance The Technology 26 TLC CPE / Conditioned TripleStream TM 10-LINE TLC MODEMS 22 Line Conditioning: 9 Mb TM 2.8 Kft GAIN for 20 Mbps GAIN Phylogy’s “TLC ” IPTV DSLAM 18 Unconditioned 9.7Mb TLCs are deployed as 2.5 x 4” dual-port line cards housed in weatherized VDSL2 GAIN enclosures. They are spiced into existing or new VDSL2 lines midway be- tween the 14 DSLAM and the CPE modem, and powered by the POTS 48V. Mbps Data measured on 26AWG binder group (25 pr BKTA) running 8 lines of VDSL2 TLCs operate only on the VDSL2 carrier envel- at Phylogy Interoperability Testing Lab ope. No decoding, IP, or repeater functions 3Kft 4 5 6 are performed, and TLCs are compatible with all VDSL2 bandplans. Fully xDSL standards- TLC Bandwidth Performance within a Binder Group compliant, TLCs can be deployed in mixed The rapid drop-off in VDSL2 bandwidth over distance is ADSL1, ADSL2+, and VDSL2 environments, commonly attributed to the degradation of the high-frequency and Phylogy is the only manufacturer of VDSL2- portion of the DSL carrier signal due to copper impedance. But compliant line conditioners. an emerging issue is the crosstalk within the copper binder group which also critically limits VDSL2 reach. The Science Behind TLC’s Patented Technology Phylogy has focused extensively on solving this challenge, q When a TLC is inserted into the VDSL2 circuit half way between the DSLAM testing multi-pair performance in our network interoperability and the CPE modem, the VDSL2 chipset re-initializes and then senses the lab. The table below shows the bandwidth for eight simul- TLC as the modem. Since the TLC is 50% closer than the CPE, the VDSL2 taneous lines of VDSL2 running in a 25-pair, 26AWG binder chipset characterizes this as a cleaner circuit, reducing its power gain and group. The top table shows unconditioned VDSL2 and the loading more bits into the higher PSD masks. bottom lists TLC-conditioned performance past 2Kft. q This “PSD shaping” induced by the TLC results in DSL carrier noise being up to 6dB lower when it arrives at the TLC node. q TLCs then apply additional active noise cancellation using common-node rejection to notch-filter RF interference. q Next, full-spectrum amplification using variable DC gain is applied. During initialization, TLCs profile the carrier amplitude received form the DSLAM and apply DC gain to compensate for line loss, optimized on a line-by line basis. q Selective spectrum amplification then further boosts higher frequency PSD bins. Using peaking equalization, the TLC boosts gain on those data-rich PSD bins in the higher spectral range of the copper medium.
  3. 3. Breaking Through VDSL2’s 3Kft Barrier TLCs Offer “Best Practices Engineering” to Optimize ROI for IPTV Access Loops INSERTING TLC INTO To fundamentally improve ROI and profitability of IPTV 48-LINE TLC CABINET services, TLCs deliver a network-wide scaling factor that can broadly impact core business aspects of the access loop architecture. Thus, we offer our approach as a “Best Practices Network Engineering” option which significantly improves both network performance and the utilization efficiency - and ROI - of all Phylogy’s Turnkey Solution existing xDSL assets including DSLAMs, remote terminals, fiber Simplifies Network Engineering backhauls, and CO switchports. with Seamless Installation Procedures and Worry-Free Network Integration q Aggregate more IPTV subscribers per DSLAM q Require fewer switchports per service area q TLCs install as passive network elements q Require fewer remote terminals per service area q Self-powering; 1/4 watt current uses existing -48VDC POTS supply; can be safely hot-swapped q Concentrate higher bandwidth per backhaul, and q No external power supplies, batteries, rectifiers, or active reduce the need for additional fiber cooling required Reducing VDSL2 Networking CAPEX q Requires no EMS or IT integration, no custom DSLAM settings or optimization Installing a new IPTV Remote Terminal (RT) entails hidden costs beyond just the obvious equipment and labor. Up to 30% of the q Autocalibration maximizes data rates for the unique line cost of a new IPTV overlay can be spent in re-arrangement of conditions of each subscriber pair, requiring no DSLAM copper legs needed to reach the new RT site. adjustments nor additional field or CO setup q Uses only standard outside plant procedures for Real-world comparisons of these costs show that installing high installation and turn up – no special tools or training used density TLC cabinets instead of new IPTV RT/DSLAMs can cut CAPEX costs by one-third. For low-density applications using q Comprehensive planning and step-by-step installation pole or pedestal mounted TLCs , IPTV carriers can cut access procedure guides provided network CAPEX up to 70%. q Application engineering support provided at no cost Reach Unserved and Under-Served IPTV Subscribers without Adding New Remote Terminals TAKE THE PHYLOGY “PMO” CHALLENGE: DEPLOY TLCs OR NEW RT / DSLAMs? Whether the goal is to incrementally add new customers to existing CO or RT-based DSLAMs, or to install an entirely new IPTV service area, the integration of TLCs into your network design will prove to be the faster, cheaper, and smarter option than Present Methods of Operation (PMO) For 20 lines of VDSL2 ç NEW PAD & TERMINAL ç NEW BACKHAUL q Pole-mounted conditioning simplifies network NEW TLC TERMINAL è ç NEW DSLAM design by reducing components, complexity, 10 DUAL-PORT TLCs è ç NEW POWER and engineering requirements q Cuts time-to-market 98% or more. SAME-DAY SPLICING è ? ç NEW BATTERIES ç NEW CROSS-X Can mount and splice into existing lines within hours IPTV DSLAM ç NEW COPPER LEGS q Enhances flexibility & subscriber responsiveness. Makes turnup of new IPTV services now feasible on- demand within hours to match cable’s 24-hour installation offers For 48 lines of VDSL2 q Cuts VDSL2 installation cost up to 70% q Cabinet-deployed TLC installation aggregates dozens of homes into a single site requiring no external power, rectifiers, or batteries NEW TERMINAL è q Simplifies network planning, & engineering requirements compared to RT / DSLAMs NEW BACKHAUL è NEW DSLAM è ç NEW TLC TERMINAL q Cuts time-to-market from months to weeks - NEW POWER è cabinet installation and line splicing with integral NEW BATTERIES è NEW CROSS-X è ? ç 24 DUAL-PORT TLCs ç INTEGRAL CROSS-X cross-connect can extend new IPTV service within weeks to enable subscriber responsiveness IPTV DSLAM ç INTEGRAL SPLICE BAY NEW COPPER LEGS è q Costs 30 - 50% less than installing new RT / DSLAM
  4. 4. Deploying Line Conditioning Comprehensive Suite of Line Card Enclosures q Enclosures are available in wide range of service capacities to match subscriber densities and all feature plug-&-play backplanes pre-connected to pigtails for rapid field splicing. q Enclosures support all access network deployment scenarios: manhole, aerial, pole, pedestal, underground, and cabinet. q Backplane designs for all Phylogy enclosures may be licensed to carriers wanting to use their own preferred cabinet suppliers. Flexible Deployment Options SEQUENCE FOR UPGRADING EXISTING UNDERGROUND PEDESTAL FOR 5 - 30 LINES CONDITION 5 - 10 LINES AT A POLE CONDITION 5 - 30 LINES AT A PEDESTAL 5 - 10 LINES 5 - 30 LINES AERIAL SPLICED AERIAL SPLICED SEQUENCE FOR UPGRADING EXISTING UNDERGROUND PEDESTAL FOR 48 - 192 LINES Only Standard-Practice Outside Plant Installation Conditioning the Loop - Two Options Procedures Are Required Two primarily different deployment options can be used to q No special training required enable a flexible, widespread, and complementary approach to q No special tooling needed service extension. q Fully documented procedures Best-Practices Network Conditioning: Using our high density cabinets, carriers can lay the foundation to meet growing demand by deploying line conditioners across the entire distribution area to support higher aggregate bandwidth capacity and higher efficiency of all xDSL assets. Quick-Turn Provisioning: Capture Customers Opportunistically Phylogy’s one-to-15 slot enclosures support on-demand installation to boost bandwidth for underserved individual Offices and Distributors Worldwide subscribers. Fast, cost-effective, and easy to deploy, these band-aid installations let you opportunistically protect your q For inquiries and ordering information, contact sales@phylogy.com subscriber base against competitive erosion and provide q For distributor inquiries, contact partners@phylogy.com revenue-enhancing service upgrades for time-sensitive special q For pre-sales application support, contact applications@phylogy.com projects. Phylogy Corporate Offices - 2350 Mission College Blvd. Suite 400, Santa Clara, CA USA 95054 www.phylogy.com Phone 1-866-PHYLOGY Phylogy and TripleStream are registered trademarks of Phylogy, Inc. All rights reserved. US Patent number 7,110,528 and other patents pending. Product information subject to change without notice - rev 2009.a

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