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FTTHForum 2011 Akshay Patel, Keymile

  1. 1. Smart Fiber Network Evolution FTTX Budapest 2011Akshay PatelProduct Management
  2. 2. Opening Statement The answer to how, what, why, and when should an operator start considering the evolution of traditional copper networks to fibre lies in your back yard. Build out nimble and efficient networks to capitalize on investments and technology with organic growth. KEYMILE will look into examples of how its expertise in the public telephone network (PTO) and transport, utility, and authority sectors is taken advantage to add value added services as networks and services begin to converge. A few highlights will include:Presentation Overview  Organizational structures and factors that should be Network Convergence investigated in your market/country Factors affecting evolution  Selecting the deployment technology of choice today for Cluster Analysis tomorrow’s success Open Access  How the network designs today will influence convergence of voice, video, data AND networks.  Transport, Utility, Authority infrastructure and network integration to PTO and why KEYMILE is the perfect selection. I Page 2 of 24 © KEYMILE
  3. 3. NETWORK CONVERGENCE Wireline Wireless I Page 3 of 24 © KEYMILE
  4. 4. Convergence: Fixed Line Telecommunications Service Providers – over Copper (twisted pair)  MSOs – over Coaxial Cable Services  Services  Voice (POTS, V5, ISDN, H.248, SIP)  Video (Broadcast, SDV, VOD, OTT)  Data (ADSL, ADSL2+, ADSL, VDSL Vectoring)  Data (DOCSIS1.0, DOCSIS2.0, DOCSIS3.0)  Video (RF Overlay, IPTV, VOD)  Voice (PacketCable, MGCP, SIP)  Wireless  Wireless Customers  Customers  Business, Residential  Residential, Business Network Architectures  Network Architecture  P2P (Strength) Tree (PON)  Tree (Strength) P2P (Node Splitting)  Copper Fiber (GPON, EPON)  Copper Fiber (RFOG, EPON) CONVERGENCE! I Page 4 of 24 © KEYMILE
  5. 5. Convergence: Fixed Line Telecommunications Fixed Line Operators  Wireless Operators Services  Services  Video  Voice  Data  Data  Voice  Video  Wireless  Fixed line Customers  Customers  Residential, Business  Business, Residential Network Architecture  Network Architectures  Copper to Fiber  E1/T1, ATM, SONET/SDH/PDH end2end IP on PON or P2P  P2P or Tree with a evolution of Copper to Fiber CONVERGENCE! I Page 5 of 24 © KEYMILE
  6. 6. CLUSTER ANALYSISI Page 6 of 24 © KEYMILE
  7. 7. Cluster Analysis: Subscriber Density Cluster 1: Cluster 2: Cluster 3: URBAN SUBURBAN RURALSubCluster: C Very DenseSubCluster: B DenseSubCluster: ALess Dense Subscriber Subscriber Subscriber Density per KM2 Density per KM2 Density per KM2 I Page 7 of 24 © KEYMILE
  8. 8. Cluster Analysis: Subscriber Service Cluster (Income Service Demand) KEY Cluster 1: Cluster 2: Cluster 3: Business URBAN SUBURBAN RURAL Residential SubCluster: C Very DenseBusiness/Residential SubCluster: B DenseBusiness/Residential SubCluster: A Less DenseBusiness/Residential Subscriber Subscriber Subscriber Density per KM2 Density per KM2 Density per KM2 I Page 8 of 24 © KEYMILE
  9. 9. Cluster Analysis: Business and Residential Small to Medium Size Businesses Coorporate Business/Business Campus  < 3 Telephone lines  Advanced Telephony  Fax Quality  High Data Tranfer Capability  Data Services  Advanced Metro Ethernet Services  Basic TV  Full support for remote office traffic (Value Customer)  Multiscreen Video Capability (Premium Customer)Business Subscriber Low Income Residential Subscriber Medium to High Income Residential Sub.  Require Basic Telephony  Advance Video with multiple TV  Basic Video  High Speed Data  Basic Data  Advanced Voice Serivice (Value Customer)  Home office performance (Premium Customer)Residential Subscriber I Page 9 of 24 © KEYMILE
  10. 10. Cluster Analysis: Subscriber Service Cluster (Income Service Demand) KEY Cluster 1: Cluster 2: Cluster 3: Business URBAN SUBURBAN RURAL Residential SubCluster: C Very DenseBusiness/Residential Premium Customer Value Customer SubCluster: B DenseBusiness/Residential Premium Customer Value Customer SubCluster: A Less DenseBusiness/Residential Premium Customer Value Customer Premium Subscribers Premium Subscribers Premium Subscribers I Page 10 of 24 © KEYMILE
  11. 11. Cluster Analysis: Other Factors KEY Cluster 1: Cluster 2: Cluster 3: Business URBAN SUBURBAN RURAL Residential SubCluster: C Very Dense G Loop Length (Long to Short)Business/Residential Premium Customer Value Customer Brown/Green Field 100m Government MSAN Cluster SubCluster: B DenseBusiness/Residential G Premium Customer Value Customer Brown/Green Field Government MSAN Cluster SubCluster: A Less DenseBusiness/Residential G Premium Customer Value Customer Brown/Green Field 40km Government MSAN Cluster Loop Length (Short to Long) I Page 11 of 24 © KEYMILE
  12. 12. In Which Cluster Are Your Strengths? KEY Cluster 1: Cluster 2: Cluster 3: Business URBAN SUBURBAN RURAL Residential SubCluster: C G Loop Length (Long to Short) Very DenseBusiness/Residential Premium Customer 100m Value Customer SubCluster: B Dense GBusiness/Residential Premium Customer Value Customer SubCluster: A Less Dense GBusiness/Residential Premium Customer 40km Value Customer Premium Subscribers Premium Subscribers Premium Subscribers Loop Length (Short to Long) I Page 12 of 24 © KEYMILE
  13. 13. FTTH/FTTB: PON Architecture Optical Line Termination (OLT) Packet network 3,000 - 5,000 Subscriber 16 - 128 Subscriber Passive optical splitter METRO/REGIONAL NETWORK ACCESS SUBSCRIBER I Page 13 of 24 © KEYMILE
  14. 14. FTTH/FTTB: Point-to-Point Architecture Aggregation Switch Packet network 2,000 - 10,000 Subscriber 200 - 2,000 Subscriber 10 GbE 100Base-FX/GbE Optical MSAN METRO/REGIONAL NETWORK ACCESS SUBSCRIBER I Page 14 of 24 © KEYMILE
  15. 15. FTTH/FTTB: P2P over PON (or PON over P2P) I Page 15 of 24 © KEYMILE
  16. 16. OPEN ACCESSI Page 16 of 24 © KEYMILE
  17. 17. Market Trend in Europe: Open Access  CREATE NETWORK VALUE  Open Access already in operation in:  Sweden, Norway, Netherlands, UK, Switzerland  Other will follow - Germany is on the way  Description/Reasons for Market Trend  Regulator forces Competition  Cost saving in Infrastructure and Equipment Main Driver:  FTTC (VDSL2) rollout  Fiber networks Save Cost by sharingInfrastructure/Equipment  New countrywide standards will be implemented soon I Page 17 of 24 © KEYMILE
  18. 18. Open Access & Operation Models FTTH / FTTB Vertically Two Level Partner Open Access Integrated (e.g. Utility + CLEC) Bit-Stream Bit-Stream + (e.g. Incumbunt Telco) (Bsp.: DarkFiber OpenReach) (Bsp:Reggefibre) End Customer- Several Service Services and Provider Content Service / Network Provider Layer 2 Full Several Transport Service Network Network Provider Provider Infra- Infra- Physical structure structure Infrastructure provider providerQuelle:OpenAxs.ch / KEYMILE I Page 18 of 24 © KEYMILE
  19. 19. Open Access Alternatives Cost Cost Service Cost sharing Initial Set-up (Operativ) DifferentiationBit-Stream-AccessDark FiberTubes / PipesOwn n.a.Infrastructures I Page 19 of 24 © KEYMILE
  20. 20. Sharing on different Levels – Physical Layer shared with Tubes A B C D I Page 20 of 24 © KEYMILE
  21. 21. Sharing on different Levels – Layer 2 shared via virtual LANs A B C D I Page 21 of 24 © KEYMILE
  22. 22. Summary All technologies are good technologies One technology may proove to be more successfull that the other depending on various factors Open Access may further leverage network superiority and revenues Understand your market and work with all your departments to achieve unified solutions both technically and commercially. Watch our for that network convergence How can you be more efficient:  To provide quality service  Able to  Willing to  Prepared to I Page 22 of 24 © KEYMILE
  23. 23. KEYMILE – Mission Statement KEYMILE as a specialist is the strong partner for customizedmulti-service access systems. We understand complex factors that mayaffect you and your subscribers. Come talk to us for innovative and high quality solutions. I Page 23 of 24 © KEYMILE
  24. 24. Thank you for your attention Akshay PATEL Product Management KEYMILE AG Schwarzenburgstrasse 73 3097 Bern-Liebefeld, Switzerland akshay.patel@keymile.comI Page 24 of 24 © KEYMILE

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