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Benefits & Challenges of Next GenerationFTTx NetworksFTTH Council Europe 2012 ConferenceFeb 16th, 2012By Christophe de Sai...
Internal Only▲Agenda   Bandwidth Challenge   Benefits & Challenges of New Generation DSL Technologies   Benefits & Chal...
Traffic Explosion Ahead               Global internet Traffic                             Smart Phones & Tablets Adoption ...
Internal Only▲Agenda   Bandwidth Challenge   Benefits & Challenges of New Generation DSL Technologies   Benefits & Chal...
Accelerating Copper based Technologies PerformancesBandwidth      1G                                                      ...
Benefits & Solutions of Vectoring Technology                        More Revenues                                         ...
Challenges & Opportunities of NG DSL Technologies             Regulatory framework                                        ...
Internal Only▲Agenda   Bandwidth Challenge   Benefits & Challenges of New Generation DSL Technologies   Benefits & Chal...
Benefits of XG-PON1          Lower Power Consumption                            Leverages xPON Experience                 ...
Challenges & Opportunities of XG-PON1               FTTH Roll-out Costs                                European Commission...
XG-PON1 is Key for Wi-Fi Offload Strategies      Wifi Usage is Gaining Momemtum                                Mobile Usag...
Internal Only▲Agenda   Bandwidth Challenge   Benefits & Challenges of New Generation DSL Technologies   Benefits & Chal...
NG-PON2 Timeline & Targets                                              Multiple                                          ...
Internal Only▲Benefits & Challenges of NG-PON2                      Benefits                                              ...
Internal Only▲Summary      Video Traffic will foster FTTx Networks roll-outs      Improved DSL performance will help opera...
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  1. 1. Benefits & Challenges of Next GenerationFTTx NetworksFTTH Council Europe 2012 ConferenceFeb 16th, 2012By Christophe de Saint-MartinDirector of Marketing for EuropeFixed Networks
  2. 2. Internal Only▲Agenda Bandwidth Challenge Benefits & Challenges of New Generation DSL Technologies Benefits & Challenges of XG-PON1 Benefits & Challenges of NG-PON2
  3. 3. Traffic Explosion Ahead Global internet Traffic Smart Phones & Tablets Adoption Source: Informa - June 2011 Wi-Fi enabled devices are gaining momentum and will boost trafficGlobal Internet Traffic will be multiplied by 7 in 5 years 63% of the mobile traffic is generated by tablets &and reach 1.2 million Petabytes by 2015 smartphones (BT) Video Traffic Growth Smart TVs Adoption Source: Informa - June 2011 Source: Informa – Sept 2011Video will account for 50% of all internet traffic by 2015 There will be 10 times more connected TVs by 2016
  4. 4. Internal Only▲Agenda Bandwidth Challenge Benefits & Challenges of New Generation DSL Technologies Benefits & Challenges of XG-PON1 Benefits & Challenges of NG-PON2
  5. 5. Accelerating Copper based Technologies PerformancesBandwidth 1G G.fast Up to 1Gbps @ 200 500M meters + Phantom 200M + Bonding 2 pairs transfer 3 VD2 signals increasing Coverage or bandwidth rates by 30% VDSL2 meets is doubled with 2 pairs 150M Digital Agenda Requirements + Bonding System level 100M Deployments Vectoring VDSL2 Deployments 50M Coverage or bandwidth 50Mbps @1 000m significantly improved Bonding Vectoring G.fast 30M 100Mbps@500m ITU-T Standard ITU-T Standard ITU-T SG15 Q4 (G.998.1 & G.998.2) (G.993.5) approved Project was approved in 2005 in April 2010 launched in 1Q11 2005/6 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
  6. 6. Benefits & Solutions of Vectoring Technology More Revenues Higher TCO Savings Increased Coverage: Less central offices or street Up to cabinets needed 80% Higher Power efficiency : power consumption per gains BW with port per Mbps is decreased by 16% Vectoring Lower cost per Mbps offered by VDSL2 with BW vectoring compared to VDSL2 alone without Vectoring Preserved investment: System-level vectoring avoids to change line cards and control cardsWith increased bandwidth, operators can provide a No rewiring needed: the stronger disturbers arebroader variety of services to end-users, thus increasing managed automatically by System-level vectoringrevenues% FTTN/C FTTB Central Office Street Cabinet Building Central Office Copper FIBER Copper FIBER MDU MDU OLT OLT Distance: between 100m & 800m Distance: less than 100m Bandwidth Gain @ 400m : +50% Bandwidth Gain @100m: +70%
  7. 7. Challenges & Opportunities of NG DSL Technologies Regulatory framework AvailabilityComply to the Digital Agendarequirements: 30 Mbps for all by2020Is VDSL2 approved andallowed by NRAs?Impact of EC publicconsultation making copper lessattractive with lower wholesaleaccess price Availability of multiple pairs for bonding G.Fast is not standarized yet Sub-Loop Unbundling Bitstream Operator B DSLAM A ADSL CPE Copper Copper Copper FIBER Operator OLT A MDU A CPE C DSLAM B CPE VDSL Operator n Central Office Remote CabinetVectoring used by 2 operators in SLU is either not Pay as you grow approach for Alternative operatorsappropriate or difficult to achieve limiting their initial investmentsLegacy ADSL can coexist with Vectored VDSL making All operators get maximized bandwidth and increasedSLU feasible with an average of 40% Bandwidth gain revenues with New Generation DSL
  8. 8. Internal Only▲Agenda Bandwidth Challenge Benefits & Challenges of New Generation DSL Technologies Benefits & Challenges of XG-PON1 Benefits & Challenges of NG-PON2
  9. 9. Benefits of XG-PON1 Lower Power Consumption Leverages xPON Experience Higher OPEX savings with lower power consumption levels Lower CAPEX offered by economies of scaleXG-PON1 networks offer lower consumption levels Same protocol used for time synchronization for mobilecompared to VDSL and P2P technologies backhaul for GPON & XG-PON1 Higher Reach Coexistence with GPON No overlaps in wavelengths No change in existing Optical Data NodesUp to 40km coverage with design based on APD No change in existing GPON ONUstechnology Possible coexistence leads to preserved initialReduced TCO with less OLTs needed investments
  10. 10. Challenges & Opportunities of XG-PON1 FTTH Roll-out Costs European Commission Funding Global Cost for Nationwide Coverage in UK (Source: Analysys Mason) Launch of the pilot phase of the “Europe 2020 Project Bond Initiative” in the period 2012-2013: 230 million euros “Connecting Europe Facility” funding plan : 9.2FTTH cost is impacted by civil works and VDSL2 is 5 billion euros between 2014times cheaper to roll-out & 2020 (at least 7 billionUp to 270 billion Euros of investment are required to euros could be used for thebring fast broadband to all households by 2020 in Europe infrastructures) 3G/LTE Mobile Backhauling 3G/LTE networks OffloadXG-PON1 access 3G NodeB or LTE eNodeB in FTTH XG-PON1+WLAN offloading for 3G mobile data servicesdeployed area to realize FMC Reduce wireless network congestion
  11. 11. XG-PON1 is Key for Wi-Fi Offload Strategies Wifi Usage is Gaining Momemtum Mobile Usage is Mostly @Home Mobile Broadband Usage Mobile Device Usage (OFCOM Research - 1Q11) (OFCOM Research - 1Q11) Dont know 4% Always & Always & Mainly in the Mainly Always & homeWi-Fi usage multiplied by 3 between 2010 & 2011 over outside the home Always & Mainly in the Mainly outside the 15% 25% home homefix subscriptions France (Orange) 41% 31% Use equally Use equallyAmong 1.5 million tablets sold in France in 2011, only in/ouside of the home in/ouside of the home 50%23% have a 3G connection mostly not used by customers: 34%over 77% of the Tablet customers use Wi-Fi (GFK study )63% of traffic generated by smart phones and tablets will Mobile broadband usage is mostly at home: 41%transfer onto the fixed network via Wi-Fi and femtocells by 65% of mobile device owners can do it at home2015 (Juniper Research - April 2011) Opportunities Benefits & Challenges Benefits Wi-Fi offload will reduce the traffic on the 3G/LTE network by using FTTH network XG-PON1 provides up to 10Gbps and is ready for « high speed » Wifi (300Mbps – 802.11n) ChallengesMobile & fix ops: offload 3G/LTE mobile traffic on the fix Seamless authentication procedures have to benetwork with new Wi-Fi APs outside the home or with put in placeexisting Wifi enabled ONUs Wi-Fi is not a 3GPP standard & an unlicencedFix ops: Leverage street cabinets with new Wi-Fi APs or spectrumleverage existing Wifi ONUs: Increase Revenues New 5Ghz band has to be available on all devices
  12. 12. Internal Only▲Agenda Bandwidth Challenge Benefits & Challenges of New Generation DSL Technologies Benefits & Challenges of XG-PON1 Benefits & Challenges of NG-PON2
  13. 13. NG-PON2 Timeline & Targets Multiple wavelength Others stacked TWDM-PON GPON XG-PON1 NG-PON2 Candidates Full wavelength Single divided multiplex wavelength WDM PON speed increased OFDM-PON GPON XG-PON1 NG-PON2Standard 2005 2010 2013-2015+Commercial 2007-2012 2012-2018 2018-2025Bandwidth (D/U) 2.5G/1.25G 10G/2.5G 40G/10GBandwidth perHousehold <50M 100M~300M 100M~1G(FTTH)Coverage 20km 40km 40km-100km
  14. 14. Internal Only▲Benefits & Challenges of NG-PON2 Benefits Smooth EvolutionHigher Capacity: TWDM PON: between 100Mbps & 1Gbps per user WDM PON: 1Gbps/ 1Gbps dedicated bandwidthHigher Reach: TWDM PON / OFDM PON : Up to 40km  WDM PON: Up to 100kmHigher density: Up to 1 024 users/port with High Density Coexistence with existing ODN & ONUs offering WDM-PON solution preserved investmentsUnbundling Friendly: Open Access: each operator can use its own wavelength to offer dedicated services to end-users. ChallengesLower TCO: Time to market: TWDM PON leverages XG-PON1 Standard expected in the 2013-2015+ time OFDM PON can use cheaper & programmable frame & commercial deployments are expected components to start after 2018. TWDM PON & WDM PON: tunable colorless Coherent detection for HD WDM PON requires lasers in ONUs are easier to install and maintain a long industrialization periodHigher Revenues: Unbundling: Higher Bandwidth = Increased Revenues Regulation to be defined at European & local Dynamic allocation of subcarriers with OFDM PON level optimizes the bandwidth needs by each ONUs Power consumptionHigher Security Medium to high prospective cost Unshared symmetrical bandwidth with WDM PON
  15. 15. Internal Only▲Summary Video Traffic will foster FTTx Networks roll-outs Improved DSL performance will help operators to preserve Investments, lower TCO and increase revenues in short & mid-term XG-PON 1 will boost revenues with increased Bandwidth & Lower TCO with Increased Coverage in short & mid-term NG-PON2 candidates are promising and will meet operators challenges in the long-term
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