Breakout session day 2 voice of industry wolfgang spahn

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Breakout session day 2 voice of industry wolfgang spahn

  1. 1. Open AccessFTTH Conference, 2011 Consequences for the Access Equipment?Milano, 10. February 2011Dr. Wolfgang SpahnCTO KEYMILE I Page 1 © KEYMILE
  2. 2. June 2010: 1.5 Billion PCs, 1 Billion WWW Users 7 Billion People 0.5 Billion Broadband User 50 Million FTTH SubscriberThreshold > 10 % I Page 2 © KEYMILE
  3. 3. FTTH Challenge: We need to deploy new Cables! I Page 7 © KEYMILE
  4. 4. Digging the Ground often means long-term Investment I Page 4 © KEYMILE
  5. 5. Open Access: How to share the expensive PartOpen access relieson trust and fairnessInfrastructure needsto provide this I Page 5 © KEYMILE
  6. 6. Sharing on different Levels – Physical Layer shared with Tubes A B C DDatum I Seite 6 © KEYMILE
  7. 7. Sharing on different Levels – Layer 2 shared via virtual LANs A B C DDatum I Seite 7 © KEYMILE
  8. 8. Open Access means … … fair access for all providers without discrimination.ProvidersUsers I Page 8 © KEYMILE
  9. 9. Security in Layer 2 Networks… I Page 9 © KEYMILE
  10. 10. Open Access means … be ready for multiple Providers I Page 10 © KEYMILE
  11. 11. Open Access capable FTTH Platform – Protection  First network access  DHCP snooping  ARP security  MAC forced forwarding  Neighboring discovery  Dynamic ARP inspection  Multiple VLAN registration  User/network protection  Separated VLANs  Protected against denial of service attacks  Forced uplink  Per virtual subnet/ Provider  Without extra commissioningDatum I Seite 11 © KEYMILE
  12. 12. Open Access capable FTTH Platform – Bandwidth  Fair Bandwidth distribution across all provider sharing FTTH access  Avoid concurrency  Wire speed switching  Ingress traffic limiter  Assure quality of service  Performance Management  Class of service tagging and queuing  Per virtual subnet  Without extra commissioningDatum I Seite 12 © KEYMILE
  13. 13. Conclusion  High investment will lead to sharing models  How to invite simply additional players onto the network?  Open access capable FTTH platform  Master security for multiple providers using the same layer 2 network and FTTH access platform  Provide discrimination free bandwidth distribution  Avoid configuration overheadDatum I Seite 13 © KEYMILE
  14. 14. Many thanks! Dr. Wolfgang SPAHN CTO KEYMILE KEYMILE Schwarzenburgstrasse 73 3097 Bern, Schweiz Telefon: +41 31 377 1385 wolfgang.spahn@keymile.comI Seite 14 von 17 © KEYMILE

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