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Peter kiesheyer

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FTTH Conference EUROPE 2012 - Workshop
Munich, Germany

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  1. 1. Cable SystemsBe efficient in deploying yourpassive network infrastructure.Peter KiesheyerProgram Manager FTTHFebruary 14th , 2012
  2. 2. AgendaBe efficient in deploying your passive network infrastructureFactors of influence driving your efficiency in deploying yourpassive network in the distribution network and MDUFocusing on: – Cable placement methods from the FCP (Fibre Concentration Point) to the building – Termination methods and the right fibre type for the MDU deployment Cable Systems Corning Confidential and Proprietary 2
  3. 3. Efficiency Efficiency …. effort to produce a specific outcome effectively with a minimum amount or quantity of: • unnecessary effort • waste • expense Source: Wickipedia There is no “one fits all solution”: There is no “one fits all solution”: The right combination of factors of influence for your environment is key to win The right combination of factors of influence for your environment is key to win Cable Systems Corning Confidential and Proprietary 3
  4. 4. Deployment FactorsConsider Variables That Impact Deployment Speed and Cost• Regulation• Local rules – e.g., aerial or buried deployment• Structure of deployment area – e.g., mix of Single-Family Unit and Multi-Dwelling Unit• Building architecture• Expected penetration levels• Network design and deployment technique: simple and flexible – Typically more than 50 percent of costs are installation and labor• Availability of skilled workforce• Quality/reliability Cable Systems Corning Confidential and Proprietary 4
  5. 5. Fibre Concentration Point (FCP) to the Building Cable Systems Corning Confidential and Proprietary 5
  6. 6. TechniquesFTTH Distribution Network: Main DeploymentTechniques Fibre Concentration Point (FCP ) Buriedsolution Aerial solution Single-Family Multi-Dwelling Units (SFUs) Units (MDUs) Cable Systems Corning Confidential and Proprietary 6
  7. 7. FCP to the Building: Various Deployment TechniquesNo “One Fits All Solution”Duct/cable placement methods have a substantial impact to total deployments costs inthe distribution network – Choosing an optimal cable routing is crucial to save cost – Important for deployment speed: saves time and increases deployment speedIt is key to mix and match different deployment types to optimize deployment costs and tomeet deployment restrictions (geographical conditions, local regulation)• The common methods and their options: – Aerial installation • Pole mounted • Façade – Buried installation • Digging (direct-buried cable or ducts) • Core removal • Installation in gas or water pipes • Installation in rivers and waterways • Installation in sewer pipes • Horizontal drilling technology • Micro-trenching in sidewalks and roads • Blown fiber Cable Systems Corning Confidential and Proprietary 7
  8. 8. FCP to the Building: Various Deployment TechniquesDuct/cable Placement Costs Vary by MethodAssumes single deployment method for entire cable route (excluding drop) Cable placement relative cost 100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% Micro trenching Core removal Horizontal Drilling Aerial Pole Sewer Pipes Digging The costs for each methodology will vary widely for many reasons. Therefore, each method will have a “range.” Cable Systems Corning Confidential and Proprietary 8
  9. 9. Deferred Capital CostsMinimize First-installed Cost BaseExample:Minimized capital deploymentdriven by building connection ondemandDeferral opportunities enabledthrough preconnectorised solutions – Drop – Terminal – Splitter …Quick customer connect on demand Cable Systems Corning Confidential and Proprietary 9
  10. 10. Deployment Efficiency in the MDU Cable Systems Corning Confidential and Proprietary 10
  11. 11. Deployment Efficiency in the MDUMDU Factors of EfficiencyNo “one fits all solution”: we learned that each building is different – MDU network architecture is driven by • Building size (size S to XL, from direct drop to central riser, etc.) • Projected take rate (drives solution choice and termination technique) • Local requirements (indoor/façade) – Deployment speed • Solution choice (splice, precon, etc.) • Required skill level for installation – Regulation • Fibre count, # of basement terminals, termination technique – Network quality & power budget • Factory-built & tested components vs. field installation • Bend-insensitive fibre Cable Systems Corning Confidential and Proprietary 11
  12. 12. Use of Modeling:Find the Most Efficient Combination of Your Factors of Influence Input Modeling Output No. of floorsNo. of cust./floor Sol.1 Sol.4 Sol.7 Total HP Sol.2 Sol.5 Sol.8 Take rate Sol.3 Sol.6 Sol.9 Local data Cable Systems Corning Confidential and Proprietary 12
  13. 13. Deployment SpeedFibre Termination Technique & Fibre ChoiceDue to a large number of individual fiber connections and the usually large size ofFTTH-MDU rollouts, fiber splicing is not an adequate method anymore Low Speed High Splicing Field-installable connectors Precon • Long process time • Low skilled labor • Modular • Skilled labor • Quick installation • Easy, quick & reliable •… •… installation •… Factory polished Fiber stub Field fiber Mechanical splice with index matching gel Can be treated “like copper” Shift to • Quick and easy installation bend-insensitive fibre cables • Enables less skilled labour to further speed up • Less failure during installation and live time Cable Systems Corning Confidential and Proprietary 13
  14. 14. Summary There is no “one fits all solution”: There is no “one fits all solution”: The right combination of factors for your specific environment is key to win: The right combination of factors for your specific environment is key to win: ••Fully understand your specific environment and its needs Fully understand your specific environment and its needs ••Select the right duct/cable placement method Select the right duct/cable placement method ••Minimize skilled labor Minimize skilled labor ••Deferred capital costs: modularity Deferred capital costs: modularity ••Choose the right fibre termination technique & fibre Choose the right fibre termination technique & fibre Cable Systems Corning Confidential and Proprietary 14
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