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FTTH Conference Europe 2012
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Martin kellenberger

  1. 1. Urban RuralFTTH NetworkComplexity as a ChallengeMartin KellenbergerHead of Consulting Public Networks
  2. 2. ChallengeThe “10 x” Problem10x Higher Speed Services10x Higher Capacity10x Greater Density10x ReliabilitySimultaneously ! …and Why ? 15.02.2012 FTTH Council_VOI_Complexity as a Challenge_Km Page 2
  3. 3. Average Traffic per Month (Internet Household) Source: Cisco Visual Networking Index 15.02.2012 FTTH Council_VOI_Complexity as a Challenge_Km Page 3
  4. 4. Complexity of technology & deploymentThe main factors affecting the infrastructure deployment are:  Which technology addresses better the requirement (...maybe a combination) ?  Bandwidth availability & capacity,  Maintenance & fault isolation  The use of existing infrastructure?  Type of FTTH as a green or brown field  Network architecture P2P or P2MP.  Local labor costs, local Regulatory , …  Termination Point ( FTTH, FTTB, …) 15.02.2012 FTTH Council_VOI_Complexity as a Challenge_Km Page 4
  5. 5. The network as a chain of dependencies “Secure & Speed Transmission” The Layer 1 could be your “weakest Link” homo digitalus in the System availabilityMajor Applications Layer 1 is the Bridge between Major Devices Highquality Products will determine the reliability of the network. 15.02.2012 FTTH Council_VOI_Complexity as a Challenge_Km Page 5
  6. 6. Consumers expect from superfast broadband: Source : IDATE 2011 15.02.2012 FTTH Council_VOI_Complexity as a Challenge_Km Page 6
  7. 7. Challenges for FTTH Network Operation  Constant transmission throughout the entire service life  Maintenance with minimal effect on links in operation  Secure Fiber Management prevents performance loss Upgrade / extension  Modularity ensures extension of systems  Modular systems assure adaptation and extension  Scalability “grow as your investment” OPEX  Reduction of network downtime  Reduction of network maintenance  Product design which supports easy Installation  Trained persons 15.02.2012 FTTH Council_VOI_Complexity as a Challenge_Km Page 7
  8. 8. OTO FTTH (Swiss Model)• From ODF=> P2P / SCM Subscriber• Subscriber Individual Fibers G.657.A BEP• Maintenance with minimal effect on links in operation• 4 Singlemode Fibers spliced in an OTO (Opical Outlet) SCM G.652.D• CPE device customers - 4-Port Ethernet Switch ODF - Optional Wireless ( > 160 Channels 15.02.2012 FTTH Council_VOI_Complexity as a Challenge_Km Page 8Seite 8
  9. 9. System requirementsModular, Flexible and Adaptable to the Needs P2P Point to Point P2MP Point to Multipoint WDM-PON λ1 FTTC VDSL λ2 λCentral λ 1 . . . λn 3 EthernetOffice λnWave Division Multiplexing FTTB–Passive Optical Network FTTH 15.02.2012 FTTH Council_VOI_Complexity as a Challenge_Km Page 9
  10. 10. System requirementsModular, Flexible and Adaptable to the Needs Spleiss MODUL Patch MODULE Splitterimplementation 15.02.2012 FTTH Council_VOI_Complexity as a Challenge_Km Page 10
  11. 11. Central Office - realized Projecs Distribution Point Datacenter Rural with MPO Central Office Urban 15.02.2012 FTTH Council_VOI_Complexity as a Challenge_Km Page 11
  12. 12. CrossConnectionCabinet - Projects (Utilities) Customized and combined to the requirements Power Companies 15.02.2012 FTTH Council_VOI_Complexity as a Challenge_Km Page 12
  13. 13. Rural – Housing Builder ProjectsResidential areas or Campus 8 x MDU (13 Flats) 7 x Double SDUODF for 2 x MDU /1 Double SDU Modules in a Fiberspot 15.02.2012 FTTH Council_VOI_Complexity as a Challenge_Km Page 13
  14. 14. Building Entry Point ; BEPThe right selection depending on the technology und the area in use With splitters and connectors Up to 72 Subscribers • Physical separation of the subscriber (SCM) • Fiber in the Loop • Implementation of splitters • Labeling system ( Numbers and Colours) 15.02.2012 FTTH Council_VOI_Complexity as a Challenge_Km Page 14
  15. 15. FTTH Outlet’s FO Outlet “field” • Flat and thin design • Preterminated cables ONT • Field installable connectors ONT ONTFO FO Outlet Splice • Integrated individual dust covers • Slim design, only 15mm high (without lid) • Separate areas for fibers and couplers • Simple and fast installation (time saving) 15.02.2012 FTTH Council_VOI_Complexity as a Challenge_Km Page 15
  16. 16. Conclusion; Complexity as a Challenge Modularity & Flexibility for Adaptation, Combination and Expansion Reliability and Security through Quality Products Don‘t forget the OPEX ( maintenance and troubleshooting) The Network is only as Good as the Investment 15.02.2012 FTTH Council_VOI_Complexity as a Challenge_Km Page 16
  17. 17. Thank you for your attention Reichle & De-Massari AG @ Booth G13 Martin Kellenberger Head of Consulting Public Networks CHE-8622 Wetzikon / Switzerland www.rdm.com

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