FTTX and Triple Play

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FTTX and Triple Play

  1. 1. MICROSENS FTTx and Triple Play Integration of copper and fiber access networks
  2. 2. Concepts MICROSENS Ethernet P2P Network  Core Net w ork Topology    Number of modems (ONUs) not limited Active St ar Distance    Active star network Up 120 km per segment Single- and multimode fiber Performance    Switched media, low latency Max. data rate 10 Gbps (per segment) Efficiency 95%, high revenue per bit! Opt ical M odem (ONU)
  3. 3. Concepts MICROSENS Technology Comparison Parameter EPON P2P Ethernet Technology Passive Optical Network Active Switched Star Users per Segment Max. 32 Unlimited Max. Distance 20 km Max. 120 km Effective Data Rate 10..20 Mbps 100 Mbps, 1 Gbps Efficiency <50% <95% Reliability - ++ Scalability - ++
  4. 4. Concepts MICROSENS End User Access Access Net w ork Video Vo ice Data
  5. 5. Concepts Evolution of Ethernet – Legacy  Topology    10Base-5, 10Base-2 CSMA/CD – Collision detect Performance     Max. 256 Users Protocol    Shared Bus, Coaxial cable Shared media Max. data rate 10 Mbps halfduplex Low efficiency by collisions on high load Reliability  Very sensitive to cable damage and impedance matching MICROSENS
  6. 6. Concepts Evolution of Ethernet – Switched Networks  Topology    10Base-T, 10Base-FL 100Base-TX, 100Base-FX 1000Base-X, 10GBase-X Performance     Umlimited number of users Protocol     Star (P2P), copper or fiber cable Switched media Data rate scaleable up to 10 Gbps High efficiency by fullduplex transmission Reliability  Robust, failures limited to P2P segments MICROSENS
  7. 7. Concepts MICROSENS Ethernet Dynamics The move from Shared Media to Switched Networks boosted the performance and scalability of Ethernet and started the tremendous success in all areas
  8. 8. Concepts MICROSENS Ethernet Passive Optical Network (EPON)  C ore Network Topology    Max. 32 modems (ONUs) P s as ive S tar Distance    Passive star network Max. 20 km Limited on single mode fiber Performance    Shared media, time division multiplexing, high latency Max. data rate 1 Gbps (total) Efficiency <50%, low revenue per bit! Optical Modem (ONU)
  9. 9. Concepts MICROSENS Ethernet Passive Optical Network (EPON), cont.  C ore Network History    Access technonolgy driven by CATV providers Utilisation of existing CATV fiber networks P s as ive S tar Significant advantage: no recabling required Optical Modem (ONU)  CAPEX   EPON: N users (ONUs) require only N+1 optical interfaces P2P: N users require 2N optical interfaces    for P2P each interface must only carry the user data rate (e.g. 100 Mbps) for EPON each interface must carry the full media data rate (i.e. 1 Gbps) -> cost for EPON interface significantly higher
  10. 10. Concepts MICROSENS Ethernet P2P Network  Core Net w ork Topology    Number of modems (ONUs) not limited Active St ar Distance    Active star network Up 120 km per segment Single- and multimode fiber Performance    Switched media, low latency Max. data rate 10 Gbps (per segment) Efficiency 95%, high revenue per bit! Opt ical M odem (ONU)
  11. 11. Concepts MICROSENS Technology Comparison Parameter EPON P2P Ethernet Technology Passive Optical Network Active Switched Star Users per Segment Max. 32 Unlimited Max. Distance 20 km Max. 120 km Effective Data Rate 10..20 Mbps 100 Mbps, 1 Gbps Efficiency <50% <95% Reliability - ++ Scalability - ++
  12. 12. Concepts MICROSENS EPON Technology The deployment of EPON technology is a perfect solution for existing CATV infrastructure, but limits scalability and flexibility in new installations.
  13. 13. Concepts MICROSENS End User Access Access Net w ork Video Vo ice Data
  14. 14. MICROSENS Concepts Triple Play Dat a Voice over IP Video on Deman d Triple Play Voice Video Video Conferencing
  15. 15. MICROSENS Concepts Applications  Data      Dat a Online-Gaming Filesharing networks Teleworking Voice over IP VoIP Internet Radio Video     Video Streaming (IPTV) Video-on-Demand (VoD) Video Conferencing TeleMedicine Video on Deman d Triple Play Voice    Internet Access, E-Mail Voice Video Video Conferencing
  16. 16. Concepts MICROSENS Bandwidth Requirements for typical applications Application Bandwidth IP Telephony 0.064 Mbps Internet 1..10 Mbps Streaming Video 5 Mbps/ch. HDTV 10..20 Mbps/ch
  17. 17. Concepts MICROSENS End User Requirements Access Net w ork 6..30 M bps 5..20 M bps 0.1 M bps 1..10 M bps Video Vo ice Data
  18. 18. Concepts MICROSENS Bandwidth Scalability Bandwidth /User Users per Segment 100 Mbps 1 Gbps 10 Gbps 2 Mbps 50 500 5,000 8 Mbps 12 125 1,250 10 Mbps 10 100 1,000 20 Mbps 5 50 500 50 Mbps 2 20 200 100 Mbps 1 10 100
  19. 19. Concepts MICROSENS Data Rates with over-subscription Core Net w ork 10 Gbps 1 Segm ent >1.000 Usr/Sgmt 1:24 24 Segm ent s 48 Usr/Sgmt 10GBE/GBE Sw it ch 1 Gbps GBE/FE Sw it ch 1:48 100 M bps 48 Segm ent s 1 Usr/Sgmt Video Ef f ect ive End User Dat a Rat e: 8 M bps Voice Dat a
  20. 20. Concepts MICROSENS Network Architecture Core Net w ork 10GBase-xR 1000Base-LX 10 GBE Sw it ch GBE M edia Co nvert er 1000Base-LX 1000Base-LX GBE Sw it ch FE M edia Co nvert er 100Base-FX t Ba DC AC Video 100Base-FX 100Base-FX Voice Dat a Opt ical M odem t Ba DC AC Video t Ba DC AC Voice Video Voice Dat a Dat a
  21. 21. Products MICROSENS System Overview L3 Access Sw itch M ult iport Opt ical Interf ace Optical M odem
  22. 22. Products MICROSENS IP Video Set Top Box Features  Brings high-quality video and media publishing to standard televisions or display systems  Easy access and simple management of streaming media in excellent DVD-quality for        Education Distance Learning Telemedicine Business Television Process Monitoring Advertising Surveillance etc…
  23. 23. Power-over-LAN MICROSENS Problem: Power supply and network connection need separate interfaces Dat a Sw i t ch IP-phone Po w er
  24. 24. Power-over-LAN MICROSENS Solution: Power supply and network connection use the same interface Dat a S wi t ch Dat a & Pow er IP-phone Pow er
  25. 25. Power-over-LAN MICROSENS Fiber To The Home Local Power Backup Access Net w ork 100B-FX Inst allat ion Sw itch 48 VDC UPS 100B-TX t Ba 100B-TX +PoLAN DC AC 230 VAC 100B-TX Video Vo ice Data
  26. 26. Power-over-LAN MICROSENS Fiber To The Building Central Power Backup Opt ical M odem (ONU) 100B-TX 100B-TX +PoLAN 100B-TX +PoLAN Video 100B-TX from Cent ral Off ice Vo ice Ap 1000Base-LX ar t Data me nt Sw itch Pw r In ject or UPS 48 VDC 100B-TX +PoLAN 230 VAC Ba se me nt 100B-TX +PoLAN Optical Networking Unit is powered by the central power injector
  27. 27. Products MICROSENS Optical Modem Customer Premise Equipment Optical Networking Unit is powered locally Access Net w ork 100B-FX Opt ical M odem 48 VDC UPS 100B-TX t Ba 100B-TX +PoLAN DC AC 230 VAC 100B-TX Video Vo ice Data
  28. 28. Products Optical Modem (ONU) Features  Layer 2+ Switch IEEE 802.3u  Wire speed, non-blocking  MAC table max. 2048 addresses  Power-over-LAN IEEE 802.3af  Direct 48 DC powering  All 4 Twisted-Pair ports with 15.4 W each  Quality of Service  4 Priority levels (Hardware queues) for Triple Play  Classification on Hardware, VLAN 802.1p, IP DiffServ  VLAN support IEEE 802.1p/Q  Hybrid VLANs MICROSENS
  29. 29. Products Optical Modem (ONU) Software Features  Integrated Management Agent  Firmware Update  Device Manager  TFTP upload  Supported Protocols:  Telnet  SNMP/Traps  Syslog  Device Manager (GUI software)  Web based (optional)  IEEE 802.1x transparent (authentication)  RADIUS Authentication (optional) MICROSENS
  30. 30. MICROSENS Products ! Device Manager  GUI Software for Windows platforms  Configuration, administration and monitoring of netwoks  Automated functions:  Detection of all MS devices in the network  Definition of device groups Gr ou  Configuration of device groups Gr ou  Firmware Update of device groups  Integration into 3rd party management-platforms possible M a Dev na ice ge r p1 p2 Gr ou p3
  31. 31. Installation Installation in Legrand Cable Trunc  Compatible to Legrand 45 mm MOSAIC installation standard MICROSENS
  32. 32. Installation Installation in Sub-floor boxes  Compact size  Invisible installation MICROSENS
  33. 33. Installation Mounting in electrical cabinet  Special option for FTTH applications  Installation on DIN hat-rail MICROSENS
  34. 34. MICROSENS Products Migration to Gigabit Ethernet   Dual Speed Optical Port   100 Mbps (Fast Ethernet) 1000 Mbps (Gigabit Ethernet) SFP Transceiver Modul  Exchange of optical port SFP Transceiver
  35. 35. Products MICROSENS Gigabit Optical Modem (ONU) Typical Application Access Net w ork Gigabit Opt ical M odem 1000Base-LX 1000B-T 10/100B-T + PoLAN Data 1000B-T Vo ice Video
  36. 36. Conclusion MICROSENS FTTx and Triple Play  New applications demand new networks    Power-over-LAN for IP Telephony integration Intelligent hybrid networks     Triple Play for Video, Voice and Data applications Intelligent combination of fiber and copper networks Maximum flexibility and extended fail safety Scalability for future-proof investment Scaleable switching performance   Intelligent, compact, high performance solutions for cost effective and application specific optimization
  37. 37. MICROSENS fiber optic solutions Thank You!

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