The MDU challenge for FTTH
Modelling Cost and Performance for an Informed Decision

ALESSANDRO PIRRI
Product Mgr FTTx Solu...
MDU: main assumptions


                1 to 20 floors Building
                2 to 6 users per floors
                3m...
Cabling technologies



 Traditional Connectivity

                Extractable Fibre

                            Blown Fi...
Extractable Fibre - Concept



                                                           Step 1
                         ...
Blown Fibre - Concept




                                          Air Input
                  Drive
                  Wh...
Don’t forget the Right Fibre !!!!

R=10,0 mm




                R= 7.5 mm



                               Bob3.wmv

   ...
Traditional Connectivity

Point To Point



                Customer Termination Box                                 Roof ...
Traditional Connectivity

Loose Tube



                Customer Termination Box                             Roof level


...
Extractable Fibre

Extractable Fibre BU



                Customer Termination Box                       Roof level


   ...
Extractable Fibre

Extractable Fibre MSH



                                                                 Roof level
  ...
Extractable Fibre

Extractable Fibre Riser Box



                Customer Termination Box                       Roof leve...
Blown Fibre

Blown Fibre Riser Box



          Customer Termination Box                        Roof level


          MDB...
Blown Fibre

Blown Fiber Point To Point



                Customer Termination Box                    Roof level


      ...
Benchmark Evaluation




February 2009                          Prysmian Proprietary
Benchmark Evaluation


                Unit Cost   PTP
                            BLPtP
                            Loose...
Benchmark Evaluation




                                                                                                 ...
Space Constraints in Riser

                                         Brownfield Wall Ducting
                             ...
Penetration rate : Extractable vs PTP




February 2009                           Prysmian Proprietary
FTTH in the MDU


How to reduce the Total Cost of Ownership ?


    Smart components                        Low skill inst...
Thanks for your attention !!

                   Alessandro Pirri
                   Product Manager FTTx Solutions
      ...
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FTTH Conference 2009 Prysmian

  1. 1. The MDU challenge for FTTH Modelling Cost and Performance for an Informed Decision ALESSANDRO PIRRI Product Mgr FTTx Solutions February 2009 Prysmian Proprietary
  2. 2. MDU: main assumptions 1 to 20 floors Building 2 to 6 users per floors 3m gap between floor and floor 10m average horizontal drop A single fibre serving each subscriber 3m 10m February 2009 Prysmian Proprietary
  3. 3. Cabling technologies Traditional Connectivity Extractable Fibre Blown Fibre February 2009 Prysmian Proprietary
  4. 4. Extractable Fibre - Concept Step 1 Cut fibre module window cut 1 Open window cut 1 XX meters Step 2 Pull back fibre module customer window cut 2 February 2009 Prysmian Proprietary
  5. 5. Blown Fibre - Concept Air Input Drive Wheels Air Input Drive wheels Viscous air drag Blown Fibre Tube Blown Fibre Unit Blown Fibre UnitFibre Tube Blown Uses compressed air to blow the fibers into a pre-installed tube from point to point February 2009 Prysmian Proprietary
  6. 6. Don’t forget the Right Fibre !!!! R=10,0 mm R= 7.5 mm Bob3.wmv R= 5.0 mm February 2009 Prysmian Proprietary
  7. 7. Traditional Connectivity Point To Point Customer Termination Box Roof level MDB x 4th floor Drop cables x Splice 3rd floor 2nd floor 1st floor x Basement Incoming cable February 2009 Prysmian Proprietary
  8. 8. Traditional Connectivity Loose Tube Customer Termination Box Roof level MDB x x 4th floor Riser Box Drop cables 3rd floor Loose Tube Raiser Cable 2nd floor x Splice 1st floor Basement x Incoming cable February 2009 Prysmian Proprietary
  9. 9. Extractable Fibre Extractable Fibre BU Customer Termination Box Roof level MDB x 4th floor Breakout Unit Drop tubes 3rd floor Extractable Riser Cable 2nd floor x Splice 1st floor Basement x Incoming cable February 2009 Prysmian Proprietary
  10. 10. Extractable Fibre Extractable Fibre MSH Roof level Customer Termination Box x Mechanical Splice Holder x 4th floor MDB 3rd floor Breakout Unit Drop tubes 2nd floor Drop cables 1st floor Extractable Riser Cable x x Splice Basement Incoming cable February 2009 Prysmian Proprietary
  11. 11. Extractable Fibre Extractable Fibre Riser Box Customer Termination Box Roof level MDB x x 4th floor Riser Box Drop cables 3rd floor Extractable Riser cable 2nd floor x Splice 1st floor Basement x Incoming cable February 2009 Prysmian Proprietary
  12. 12. Blown Fibre Blown Fibre Riser Box Customer Termination Box Roof level MDB x x 4th floor Riser Box One way internal tube cable 3rd floor Internal Tube Cable (Multi-way) 2nd floor x Splice 1st floor Basement x Incoming cable February 2009 Prysmian Proprietary
  13. 13. Blown Fibre Blown Fiber Point To Point Customer Termination Box Roof level MDB x 4th floor Internal TDU One way internal tube cable 3rd floor Internal Tube Cable (Multi-way) 2nd floor x Splice 1st floor Basement x Incoming cable February 2009 Prysmian Proprietary
  14. 14. Benchmark Evaluation February 2009 Prysmian Proprietary
  15. 15. Benchmark Evaluation Unit Cost PTP BLPtP Loose -30% ExMSH BLRB ExRB ExBU PTP BLPtP Loose ExMSH BLRB ExRB ExBU February 2009 Prysmian Proprietary
  16. 16. Benchmark Evaluation -45% 6500,00 6000,00 Material Cost BLPtP 5500,00 BLRB 5000,00 ExRB PTP 4500,00 Loose BLPtP 4000,00 Cost [€] PTP Loose 3500,00 ExMSHExMSH 3000,00 2500,00 ExBU BLRB 2000,00 ExRB 1500,00 ExBU 1000,00 500,00 0,00 February 2009 Prysmian Proprietary 2 4 6 8 15 18 21 24 27 40 44 48 52 56 90 96 102 108 114 120
  17. 17. Space Constraints in Riser Brownfield Wall Ducting 32mm O.D. Riser Tube Users Total BLPtP BLRB PTP ExRB ExBU ExMSH Loose Floor per floor users 1 2 2 X X X X X X X 2 2 4 X X X X X X X 3 2 6 X X X X X X X 4 2 8 X X X X X X 5 3 15 X X X X X X 6 3 18 X X X X X X 7 3 21 X X X X X X 8 3 24 X X X X 9 3 27 X X X X 10 4 40 X X X X 11 4 44 X X X X 12 4 48 X X X X 13 4 52 X X X X 14 4 56 X X X X 15 6 90 X X X 16 6 96 X X X 17 6 102 X 18 6 108 X 19 6 114 X 20 6 120 X February 2009 Prysmian Proprietary
  18. 18. Penetration rate : Extractable vs PTP February 2009 Prysmian Proprietary
  19. 19. FTTH in the MDU How to reduce the Total Cost of Ownership ? Smart components Low skill installation Solutions Preconnectorized Less installers in the team Bring work from factory site More subscribers per day Optimizing MDU optical cabling system Reduced Investment February 2009 Prysmian Proprietary
  20. 20. Thanks for your attention !! Alessandro Pirri Product Manager FTTx Solutions T : +39-02-6449.2115 M : +39-335-7411696 F : +39-02-6440.2115 : alessandro.pirri@prysmian.com February 2009 Prysmian Proprietary

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