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Fiber Optic Access Network
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  • 3. GPON General Technical Requirements
  • 4. FTTH Network Architecture
  • 5. Bibliography
  • 6. Definitions
  • II. GPON Optical Line Terminal (OLT)
  • III. GPON ONT Device
  • 3.1 ONT General Requirement
  • 3.2 Single Family Unit ONT
  • 3.3 Business Unit ONT
  • 3.4 Multi_Dwelling Unit ONT
  • IV. GPON Specification
  • V. Quality of Service and Bandwidth Management
  • VI. Standards and Environmental Compliance Characteristics
  • VII. Powering Options
  • VIII. Topologies, Optical Budgets and Passives
  • IX. GPON Network Services
  • X. Network Management Software
  • XI. Security Architecture
  • XIV. Safety Practice
  • XV. Warranty & Support
  • ANNNEX 1. Statement of Compliance (SOC)

GENERIC TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION OF GPON (Gigabit Passive Optical Network) Fiber Optic Access Network

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The information contained in this document is confidential and may also be proprietary and secret. Without prior written approval from the authorized below, no part of this document may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, including but not limited to electronic, mechanical, photocopying or recording or stored in any retrieval system of whatever nature.

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port license. material and construction specifications.4 unless otherwise stated in this specification. classifications and block diagrams. GPON GENERIC REQUIREMENT 1 – INTRODUCTION 1.984.984.e.7 Software License & Version The bidder shall explain the right of OPERATOR in using the license offered and the limitation in using the license.1 of this technical specification 1. Release 1.2.984.3 The overall scope of this Optical transmission network is to use the world-wide accepted technology – Synchronous GPON (Gigabit Passive Optical Network).6 No Hidden Cost The bidder shall explain all the capacity and capability of the system offered and the relation to the cost of the system.984. operational specifications. The Bidders should inform which part of the component of the system.2 This specification is minimum requirements of GPON system. 1. 1. This specification includes definitions.4 1. terms. software license. the functionality and working method using the proprietary standard.I. etc).3. features and performance parameters of GPON (Gigabit Passive Optical Network) part of _______’s Optical Network System hereinafter referred to as the OPERATOR GPON Network.1 The purpose of this document is to define minimum technical requirements.5 The Bidder shall submit statement of compliance as explain in the ANNEX. 1. G.1. The Bidder shall also explain the capability and limitation of the existing NMS & License in performing all NMS function. 1.8 PROPRIETARY STANDARD If the offered system has a proprietary standard. optical and electrical specifications for GPON equipment. the equipment design shall be refer to the latest ITU-T Recommendation G. G.0 -49 June. G. abbreviations. 2008 . 1. This shall include all costs which are not included / shown in the BoQ (i.

and the various implementations of the standards. (b) (c) 2. consideration is required for the interoperability of GPON equipment with the installed base systems (other GPON equipment.3 ITU-T /ITU-T Recommendations (a) OPERATOR Optical Network shall comply with the latest version of ITU-T Recommendations. All the relevant ITU-T transmission standards shall be adhered to for interconnection with other network.2 .1 Equipment Specifications (a) All Supplies and Work shall be carried out in accordance with specifications duly approved by an Administration or a Telecommunication Organization applying standards considered as satisfactory by OPERATOR. (b) (c) Release 1.2 Standards Support (a) Due to the evolving nature of international standards. others). The bidder must declare its strategy about inter-operability of GPON equipment and OS provide details on their willingness to work with us to ensure a satisfactory level of inter-operability and their commitment to supporting the evolution of ITU-T standards for GPON. 2008 .GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 2. which are relevant to GPON systems and their interconnection with other systems. he shall clearly explain the condition. For any GPON equipment deployment in the network. If the Bidder’s product does not comply with ITU-T transmission standards. The Bidder shall state the relevant Authorities to which they conform. The paragraph and section of the standards supported must be referenced in the response to this Specification. multi-vendor inter-operability is necessary. Exchange. (b) 2.0 -59 June. unless otherwise stated in these Requirements.

4 Vendor Experience Please outline all experience that the vendor has with the similar products. Bidder shall state what type of GPON equipment used for these operators networks. whether their GPON equipment already deployed in these operators :BellSouth. • Please describe your company’s product release schedule. and Contact Information for the associated customer.0 -69 June. 3. Vendors who currently have less than three live customers must indicate when their products will begin being deployed.1 General Product Requirements Provide a brief summation to the following questions and how it pertains to your product solution. real live deployment where GPON used as mobile backhaul solution (using ethernet and / or E1) 3. 3. • Describe your compliance to applicable standards. The bidder shall also give these following data for OPERATOR references : 1. Products Used. SBC. Release 1. GPON General Technical Requirements Bidders shall provide point-by-point response for each question in this section and provide supporting explanations or additional information as needed. provide a list of standards compliance and membership/participation on standards bodies and forums. Number of Subscribers. and Verizon.2. Types of Services provided. and indicate how often software updates are released. The bidder shall also state (if applicable). Bidder’s market share for GPON product (world wide. including the OPERATOR (if any). 2008 . and north America market) 2. • Describe the hardware/software components of your solution and when those products are guaranteed to be available.

low loss connectors. The Bidder shall explain in the technical proposal regarding 1.. Release 1. how splitters are used. 2008 . How does Bidder’s solution deliver voice services? 2. what partners does your solution utilize? List how your company has demonstrated interoperability with these partners. etc. 5. How does Bidder’s solution deliver data services? 3. The Vendor should explain in detail how their products function in a GPON FTTH environment.4. Explain Bidder’s equipment end-to-end network architecture: i.0 -79 June. concentration points. Does Bidder’s company provide an end-to-end solution? If not. RF video.e. data. Video on Demand (VoD). PON technology is standardized by ITU-T and Gigabit PON (GPON) is the latest standard. FTTH Network Architecture The network architecture for this fiber-to-the-home (FTTx) project will be a passive optical network (PON). The solution must be able to deliver broadband services of voice. Mobile backhaul and be scalable for future applications. digital/IP video. How does Bidder’s solution deliver RF and digital video services? 4.

G.984. 10.1 ad IEEE 802. shall form part of this specification: 1.3ab MoCA ANSI / SCTE 55-1 (RPD) H. G.4 Characteristics of a single-mode optical fibre cable Framework Recommendation on functional access networks (AN) – Architecture and functions. 16.1 P 10 BASE-T Ethernet Bridging Provider bridges support link aggregation Virtual LAN 100 BASE-T Fast Ethernet Gigabit Ethernet Return Path Demodulation for interactive services (TLS) RTP payload for DTMF digit SIP Priority tagging (Ethernet Qos) Release 1. 17.984. and any other referred to in this specification. ITU-T Rec. IGMPV2 (RFC2236) & IGMPv3(RFC3376) multicast group management including snooping support 9. G. ONT management and control interface specification for B-PON. 14. 18.5. specifications. ITU-T Rec. A broadband optical access system with increased service capability by wavelength allocation. etc.902 (1995). 19. 15. Networks (PON).984.1 (1998). 2.2 (2002). management and service node aspects. G. 8. G.0 -89 June. Optical access networks to support services up to Broadband optical access systems based on Passive Optical 4.3 IEEE 802.982 (1996).3 ad IEEE 802. Bibliography The following support documents (recommendations. 12. 13.).3. 20.248 and SIP enable VoIP Transparent Lan Services RFC 2833 RFC 3261 IEEE 802.984.983. ITU-T Rec. IEEE 802. ITU-T Rec. 23.983.1D IEEE 802. ITU-T Rec. G. G. G. access types.3 (2001). 2008 . 22.3z/802.983. 3. 7.1. G.3u IEEE 802. 21. 24. ITU-T Rec.2. 6. 5. G.1Q GR-303 and GR-08 SNMP V3 IEEE 802. 11. ITU-T Rec.652 (2003).

It utilizes passive optical components. Optical Line Termination (OLT): An OLT provides the network-side interface of the OAN and is connected to one or more ODNs.902. I. Release 1. 7. Optical Network Unit (ONU): An ONU provides (directly or remotely) the user-side interface of the OAN and is connected to the ODN. differential fibre distance: An OLT is connected to several ONU/ONTs. 2008 . physical reach: Physical reach is defined as the maximum physical distance that can be achieved for a particular transmission system. Optical Network Termination (ONT): An ONT is an ONU used for FTTH that includes the User Port function. regardless of whether it is a frame structure name or a general name. Functions of AF depend on the ONT/ONU subscriber interface and UNI interface.6. mean signal transfer delay: The mean signal transfer delay is the average of the upstream and downstream delay values between reference points. Definitions 1. 11. 13. 12. G. this value is determined by measuring round-trip delay and then dividing by 2. Optical Distribution Network (ODN): An ODN realizes the optical transmission from the OLT towards the users and vice versa. Adaptation Function (AF): AF is additional equipment to change an ONT/ONU subscriber interface into the UNI interface that is required by an operator or to change a UNI interface into an ONT/ONU subscriber interface. 6. 2. logical reach: Logical reach is defined as the maximum distance that can be achieved for a particular transmission system. User Network Interface (UNI): See ITU-T Rec.112. The differential fibre distance is the difference in the distance between the nearest and furthest ONU/ONT from the OLT. Service is described by the name that is clearly recognized by everyone.0 -99 June. Optical Access Network (OAN): The OAN is the set of access links sharing the same network-side interfaces and supported by optical access transmission systems. 8. 3. regardless of the optical budget. 5. Service Node Interface (SNI): See ITU-T Rec. The OAN may include a number of ODNs connected to the same OLT. 4. 9. 10. AF is also used to change an OLT network interface into the SNI interface that is required by an operator or to change a SNI interface into an OLT network interface. service: Service is defined as a network service required by operators.

10. 13. Bandwidth conservation schemes (e. Release 1. The bidders shall explain whether the equipment / platform offered support a 10GigE upgrade without impacting the density of the OLT? If the OLT density is affected.. Detail the scalability of the proposed OLT with respect to the number of ONTs and PONs per OLT. please state the considerations. and describe at which levels these schemes are applied. Detail the physical dimensions of the OLT. (4) GigE upstream interfaces on one uplink Network Card and (1) 10GigE upstream interface. Bidder shall state number GPON interfaces per chassis 8. racking requirements and number of OLTs per rack. Include details on the number of each line card type that the OLT supports and the minimum configuration necessary for proper network operation. IP multicast) used. 2008 . GPON Optical Line Terminal (OLT) OLT Core Chassis Bidders shall provide information about : 6. 12.0 .10 9 June. Vendors should include information about: • • • • Line Card capacity Optical Line Terminal (OLT) Backplane Capacity – Gbps/slot Packets per-second or bandwidth throughput Types of NT redundancy 7. 14. The Uplink Network Card should be able to work in redundant configuration with support of LACP (Link Aggregation Control Protocol).II. Bidders shall state minimum number of GigE upstream interfaces on one uplink Network Card & 10GigE upstream interface. 11. the functionality of their optical line terminal (OLT) to the customers CPE device. OPERATOR prefers that solution offered should support at a minimum.g. 9.

Ethernet MAC bridging with subscriber and network security features) • Pluggable SFPs for GigE and XFPs for 10GigE Release 1. Bidders’ solution shall provide GigE Interfaces to the uplink side towards the network. The following are requirements for these GigE interfaces: • • Queuing/WAN features (with a minimum of 4 priority queues and a preference of 8 priority queues) Service traffic prioritization to ensure QoS using the following scheduling mechanisms shall be supported: o o • • Weighted Round Robin (WRR) Strict Priority (SP) Adherence to IEEE 802. 2008 .0 .e.15.3ad (link aggregation across uplinks to the network and links to subscribers) The Ethernet switch fabric in the OLT shall have the option to support packet forwarding using either of the following techniques – o o VLAN Cross-Connect Residential Bridging (i.11 9 June. GPON OLT UPLINK Bidder shall state the interface types available for OLT uplink : o o o o Gigabit Ethernet 10 GigE E1 Others 16.

software upgrade will require any downtime on the OLT.0 . Timing a) The OLT chassis shall provide redundant BITS interface for external timing and support timing distribution via backplane to all IO slots. b) The OLT line interfaces shall provide timing to all ONTs and CPEs devices that are connected to the ONT.17. Please explain if the Release 1.12 9 June. c) The OLT shall support SyncE line timing d) Internasl stratum 3 for self timing and holdover 18. 2008 . Describe the process how software upgrades are done in the OLT.

Please list any applicable 3) SFU shall include (optional) uninterruptible power supply to assure continuous operations in emergency situations. 2008 . 3. 4) Bidder shall state whether the SFU unit can provide integrated return path signaling in support of interactive services. Bidder shall describe how your implementation achieves this requirement. • • • The external SFU ONTs shall support pre-connectorized fiber cable drops and have Corning Opti-tap connectors.0 . 1.1550nm) from downstream and upstream data wavelengths (i. • • Operating temperature range: -40 C to +46 C (-40 F to +115 F) with max solar load Relative humidity (noncondensing) range: 5% to 95%.5 RF Video Overlay should be supported by an integrated tri-plexer on the ONT.3 Bidder shall describe the process by which software is updated to each ONT 3. 1. As an option indoor models should be available.4 Bidder shall describe battery backup options and schedule of replacement. Describe how the external SFU ONTs shall support slack drop cable storage that would be associated with pre-connectorized drop cables. 3. 1. 1.1 ONT General Requirement 3. 1000Base-T (GigE). Release 1. 1490nm and 1310nm).6 Bidder shall provide a list of interoperable Residential Gateways (RGW)s and VDSL Modems.e. 3. 3. GPON ONT Device 3. Residential ONTs shall be equipped with a minimum of 2 POTS line and 1 10/100BASE-T data line.13 9 June.7 The ONT shall have the capability to handle voltage instability often happened in Indonesia environment. bidder shall categorized all bidder’s ONT into 3 categories below : • • • Single Family Unit Business Unit Multi Dwelling Unit 3. 1. The triplexer is a WDM optical device that decouples the video wavelength (i. 1.e.8 For tender purposed. and MoCA (Multimedia over COAX Alliance) interfaces. Bidder shall list all applicable models. 1. models. Bidder shall explain how the ONT supplied can handle this issue. 1.2 All outdoor ONTs shall meet the following outdoor characteristics that are defined in GR-487. 2) ONT Variants should be available that have 1 RF Video.III. 3.2 Single Family Unit ONT 1) Bidder shall describe the features of the Single Family Unit ONT and the available subscriber configuration options. 3.1 All the ONT offered shall have the ability to define multiple specific customer service levels per ONT.

Release 1. 2) Bidders shall List applicable models.3 Business Unit ONT 1) Describe the features of the Business ONT and the available subscriber configuration options.0 .14 9 June.3. and 1 RF Video Port. 2 T1/E1 interface. Business ONT’s shall be equipped with a minimum of 4 POTS. 2008 . 1 10/100BASET data line or 1 1000 Mbits LAN port.

cat-5. The MDU ONT shall support the option of IDC or screw down connectors for voice telephony interfaces The RF Video Port on the MDU ONT must be able to deliver RF Video to twelve Living Units ONT should have 24 VDSL2 with 30a profile VDSL2 should support spectral plans 998ADE17. 2008 . List applicable models.3. Multi-Dwelling Unit (MDU) ONTs shall be equipped with a minimum of 24 POTS. and RF Video Port. 12 VDSL Lines. 998E17. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 2) RF Video RF Video for MDU shall be high power + 33mV video distribution 3) MDU shall include uninterruptible power supply to assure continuous operations in emergency situations.0 . 998E30 VDSL2 should support ETSI RFI bands VDSL2 should support tone masking at 640kHz/ 1. 998ADE30. coaxial cable.4 Multi_Dwelling Unit ONT 1) Describe the features of the Multi-Dwelling Unit ONT and the available subscriber configuration options.15 9 June.1MHz/ 2. 4) MDU shall works with existing in building wiring including cat-3.2MHz VDSL2 should support POTS overlay via external splitter MDU ONT GPON uplink should support 64 TCONTs MDU ONT GPON uplink should support non-blocking DS and US MDU ONT GOPON uplink should support upto 768 simultaneous multicast channels MDU ONT should support the ability to route a delicated VLAN to the local LAN port MDU ONT should support local serial port for craft purpose MDU ONT should support active cooled with replaceable fan pack MDU ONT should support 48V feb with external power supply Release 1.

Service overlay An overlay wavelength may be used to provide enhanced services to the subscriber. 622 Mbit/s up.2 Gbit/s. c) Although a section of the delay measurement is T-V for FTTH system or (a)-V for the other application in ITU-T Rec. 2. two options are defined for the physical reach: 10 km and 20 km. in a GPON system the reference points are not restricted by the system configuration.16 9 June. the maximum logical reach is defined as 60 km. Protection on the PON section a) From the viewpoint of administration of the access network.2 Gbit/s up.2 Gbit/s down. the protection architecture of GPON is considered to enhance the reliability of the access Release 1. Accordingly. 2.2 Gbit/s up. 1.4 Gbit/s up.983. 622 Mbit/s up. Maximum mean signal transfer delay a) GPON must accommodate services that require a maximum mean signal transfer delay of 1.25 Gbit/s or above. GPON must vacate the Enhancement Band defined in ITU-T Rec.2 Gbit/s down. 1. GPON system must have a maximum mean signal transfer delay time of less than 1. 23. GPON Specification 19. such a high-speed upstream bit rate might not be needed. 2. 1. See clause 12/G.4 Gbit/s down. 22. Bit rate Basically. 1.0 .982. depending on operator's preference). In GPON. G. 155 Mbit/s up. However. b) Specifically. 24.2 Gbit/s down. Logical reach Logical reach is the maximum distance between ONU/ONT and OLT except for the limitation of the physical layer.3. In GPON. GPON aims at transmission speeds greater than or equal to 1. G. It is assumed that 10 km is the maximum distance over which FP-LD can be used in the ONU for high bit rates such as 1.5 ms between T-V (or (a)-V. 2. 21.4 Gbit/s down. GPON identifies 7 transmission speed combinations as follows: a) b) c) d) e) f) g) 20.4 Gbit/s down. 155 Mbit/s up. in the case of FTTH or FTTC with asymmetric xDSL. 2008 .IV. 2. 1.4 Gbit/s down. Physical reach Physical reach is the maximum physical distance between the ONU/ONT and the OLT.982 [3].5 ms. Accordingly.

The first one is triggered by fault detection. Both types should be possible in the GPON system. The switching mechanism is generally realized by the OAM function. 25. Figure below shows the duplex system model for the access network. excluding the SNI redundancy in the OLT. if required. protection shall be considered as an optional mechanism because its implementation depends on the realization of economical systems. signal degrade (BER becomes worse than the predetermined threshold). etc.0 . loss of frame. Possible switching types There are two types of protection switching both of which are analogous to those of SDH systems: i) automatic switching. and ii) forced switching. such as loss of signal. b) This clause presents some possible duplex configurations and related requirements as examples of protected GPON systems.networks. In addition. The second one is activated by administrative events.17 9 June. However. the required OAM message for protection is mentioned. 2008 . and so on. fibre replacement. the required OAM information field should be reserved in the OAM frame. therefore. Release 1. The relevant part of the protection in the GPON system should be a part of the protection between the ODN interface in the OLT and the ODN interface in the ONU via the ODN. such as fibre rerouting. even though they are optional functions.

For example. In this configuration. using double N:2 optical splitters to connect PON LT(0) in ONU#1 to splitter N(0) and PON LT(1) in ONU#1 to splitter N(1). using double 2:1 optical splitters to connect PON LT(0) in the OLT to splitter(0) and PON LT(1) in the OLT to splitter(1). as shown in Figure 4a. Therefore. recovery from failure at any point is possible by switching to the standby facilities. Type B: The second configuration (Figure 4b) doubles the OLTs and the optical fibres between the OLTs and the optical splitter. in Figure 4b. Release 1. using the cold standby method in both OLT and ONUs to avoid optical signal collision from PON LT(0) and PON LT(1) in the OLT. This Figure shows an example where there are duplex (ONU#1) and single (ONU#N) ONUs. Type D: If the ONUs are installed in the customer buildings. the last configuration (Figure 4d) permits a partial duplexing on the ONU side. no switching protocol is required since the switching is carried out only in the OLT. 2008 . Its key principles are: 1. In this case. Additionally. although only the OLT side can be recovered.18 9 June. Type C: The third configuration (Figure 4c) doubles not only the OLT side facilities but also the ONU side. the ONUs and OLT are singular.1 Configuration examples Type A: The first configuration doubles only the optical fibres. the full duplex cost enables a high reliability. Based on this consideration. and the splitter has two input/output ports on the OLT side. and one port of splitter(0) to splitter N(1). as shown in Figures 4a to d. connecting double N:2 optical splitters and double 2:1 optical splitters. 5. The control protocols for each configuration should be specified independently from one another.0 . where one port of splitter(1) is connected to splitter N(0). Also. 2. 3. connecting PON LT in ONU#N to either optical splitter (because it is single). the reliability requirement depends on each user and only a limited number of ONUs may have the duplex configuration. since the switching is only applied for the optical fibres. 4. 8.8 Possible duplex GPON configurations and characteristics There can be several types of duplex GPON systems. or PON LT(0) and PON LT(1) in ONU #1. if each ONU is owned by a different user. the in-house wiring may or may not be duplexed. This configuration reduces the cost of duplexing the ONUs. no switching protocol is required for the OLT/ONU in Figure 4a.

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all the connections between the service node and the terminal equipment should be held after this fibre switching. even though they are optional functions. Release 1. The switching mechanism is generally realized by the OAM function. such as POTS and ISDN. Type D: The characteristics of this type are the same as Type B. If the frame loss period becomes longer than that. inevitable in the switching period. Since GPON supports the emulation of conventional services. the required OAM information field must be reserved in the OAM frame.2 will be possible. Both automatic protection switching and forced switching are possible in the GPONsystem. 8. In addition.0 . However.3 Requirements The protection switching function should be optional. even though they are optional functions. the hot standby of the spare receiver circuits is possible in both ONU and OLT sides. all the connections supported between the service node and the terminal equipment should be held after this switching. hitless switching (without frame loss) is also possible in this configuration. Regarding the last requirement. the service node disconnects the call.8.2 Characteristics Type A: In this case. However. Type C: In this case. All the connections supported between the service node and the terminal equipment should be held after switching. this value should be taken into consideration. and the call set-up is required again after the protection switching. Type B: This configuration requires cold standby of the spare circuit in the OLT side. All the configuration examples of 14. In this case. signal loss or even frame loss is. if required. one implementation of the POTS service node exchange) requires the frame loss period to be less than 120 ms. 2008 .20 9 June. therefore. in general. signal loss or even frame loss is inevitable in the switching period.

Does your FTTH system meet this requirement? Release 1. protection switching requires less than ten codes to be used for both upstream and downstream.488 Gbps downstream and 1.244 Gbps upstream over a single fiber G-PON system compliant to ITU-T G.21 9 June. • To allow cost-effective implementation. For this project The FTTH system shall operate : a) with line rates of 2.0 . 6. The preferred underlying transport protocol used by the proposed network architecture is GPON Encapsulation Method (GEM).4G downstream and 1. The ONT shall support the G. 9 Security Due to the multicast nature of the PON.e. 7. which will be realized by the field of the OAM frame.4 OMCI specification.3.984. please specify and explain your transport protocol. The FTTH system shall support optional Forward Error Correction (FEC) as defined in G.4 Required information fields for OAM frame According to the analogy of the SDH system. Does your FTTH system meet this requirement? 10. 2008 .x. GPON needs a security mechanism adapting the following requirements: • To prevent other users from easily decoding the downstream data.984.984. 2. The FTTH system shall support Dynamic Bandwidth Allocation (DBA) as defined in G. • To prevent other users from masquerading as another ONU/ONT or user.8. If your product doesn’t support GEM.3 for both upstream and downstream traffic.984. The field mapping of the OAM frame for the protection will be required to be defined. 8.2G upstream) line rate with 64 splits is required on a single PON. requirement? Does your ONT meet this 9. Does your FTTH System meet this requirement? b) Support for the maximum (i. c) The FTTH system shall support an optical loss budget of -28dB and the maximum range of the PON is at least 20 km.

GPON QOS Generic Requirement a) The Bidders’ GPON system shall provide implementation of QoS in GPON system.1p priority tagged.1p priority bit marking.e.1 p priority tags & DiffServ Code Points (DSCP) a) The GPON system shall support port-default 802. OLT & ONT a) Each ONT data port (i.4. Please detail your strategy for both cases. untagged. management of these resources implies a budget. Resource Budgeting The bidders shall manage Bandwidth and buffers for ensuring QoS for diverse types of network services. 5.1p priority tags are used to map different service types.3. 802.V. Quality of Service and Bandwidth Management 5.0 . and VLAN transparency at the OLT.5. Bidders shall define what quality of service (QoS) or other methods are used to differentiate services delivered to the customer. 5. A “trusted” CPE would be one that is under the control of the network provider and an “untrusted” one is under customer control and likely owned by the customer. b) The Bidder shall describe how 802. or DiffServ Code Points (DSCP) marked packets for proper traffic prioritization. Release 1. b) The GPON OLT shall support a minimum of T-CONT types 1. unstacking. The Bidder shall describe the bandwidth parameters used for the individual services in the DBA.2. Also. 4 and 5. 5.1. 10/100 BaseT) in the GPON system shall support a minimum of 8 GEM Port-IDs to allow maximum flexibility in traffic classification. 5.22 9 June. c) The GPON system shall be able to handle 802. d) The Bidder shall describe how traffic priority per service level is maintained during the transmission between ONT and OLT. b) The GPON system shall be able to distinguish between different services by classifying traffic flows c) The Bidders’ GPON system shall be able to deal effectively with the divergent needs of different service types when managing QoS. please describe how T-CONTs are being modeled per ONT. VLAN. e) The Bidder shall describe how different services are mapped to different queues within the GPON system to ensure QoS. 5.6. 2008 . VLAN Stacking The GPON system shall be able to handle VLAN stacking. The GPON system shall support both “trusted” as well as “untrusted” CPEs (e.g. Residential Gateways).

8.983.4 and its amandement which defines a dynamic bandwidth assignment (DBA) protocol for managing upstream PON traffic. with identification of ports.7. traffic can be queued according to service. Thus.0 . 5. Bidder shall explain the equipment Bandwidth Allocation mechanisms. 2008 . Release 1. Dynamic bandwidth assignment (DBA) a) The GPON system shall use DBA as mechanism for scheduling the data traffic across PON.5. c) OPERATOR requires that the GPON system to support Status-Reporting DBA to improve utilization of upstream bandwidth d) Detail which precautions are taken in the DBA implementation for delay-sensitive services.23 9 June. e) The bidder shall state the maximal granting frequency that can be allocated to the individual service? f) The bidder shall state the maximum bandwidth that can be guaranteed to each subscriber in the upstream and downstream direction. b) The bidder shall fully comply to ITU-T G. shall makes it possible to separate up to eight different types of traffic at the entrance and exit of the network. GPON Encapsulation Method (GEM) The GPON Encapsulation Method (GEM).

Release 1.984. The Bidder shall specify what IEEE or ITU standards your platform adheres to. 27. Standards and Environmental Compliance Characteristics 26.VI. 2008 .x GPON standards and the latest amendments to standards must be adhered too. The Bidder shall identify the operating temperature range for all components. the operating temperature will be the following: • -40 C to +24 C (-40 F to +75 F) • Relative humidity (noncondensing) range: 5% to 95% And the extended operating temperature will be the following. The ITU G. All FTTH components must be environmentally hardened. The Bidder shall shall state whether Bidder’s GPON System meet the requirements for NEBS Level 3 Compliance (GR-1089 and GR-63)? Please provide evidence of the NEBS compliance.24 9 June. At a minimum. • -40 C to +65 C (-40 F to +149 F) • Relative humidity (noncondensing) range: 5% to 95% 28.0 .

ONTs. 2008 . Provide a list of Universal Power Supplies (UPSs) with which your OLT has demonstrated interoperability. Release 1.25 9 June. etc). Powering Options 29. Provide the power requirements for all major GPON components (OLT.0 .VII. 30.

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32. b) Regardless of the splitting architectures or PON technologies used. Optical Budgets and Passives 31. Forward Error Correction (FEC) should not be used to determine the optical budget of 28 dB.10 dB. 36. The system shall provide a 28 dB optical budget [Class B+ -. These losses include SC APC connectorsand are the maximum losses defined by the ITU G.45 dB.Min. The OLT fiber interface is defined as the output of the OLT connector and the ONT fiber interface is defined as the input of the ONT connector.VIII.70 dB.25 dB.0 Extends a Class B+ GPON to serve up to 128 ONTs at 60 km Builds out a new PON from an existing ONT location Rural Areas application : Customers > 20 km from central office . 10 dB to max. high link budget redundant route for PON ring . when calculating the link loss budget. 1x3: 5. The bidder shall give detail any special considerations in the choice of network passives/connectors for use with Vendor’s OLTs and ONTs. Split ratio a) Each splitter configuration is assigned a particular maximum split ratio loss. 128-way split.5/1. The following standard wavelengths are required: • 1310nm – for upstream traffic (voice and/or data) • 1490nm – for downstream traffic (voice and/or data) • 1550nm – for RF Video 33. one should account for the following splitter loss configurations: 1x2: 3. Extended reach GPON c) The bidder shall explain whether GPON equipment offered has solution for Extended Reach GPON (60km reach. Topologies.10 dB.38 dB.27 9 June. Serve hard to reach customers in rural areas Utilize available. 1x16: 14. 1x8: 10. 28 dB ](or maximum attenuation) between OLT fiber interface and ONT fiber interface. 2.25Gbit/s) d) OPERATOR prefers that the extender reach GPON can be applied for following application : • • • • Release 1. Any GPON proposal must be based on a single-fiber solution. 2008 . defined by the ITU G. and 1x32: 17.671 and Telcordia GR-1209 35. including connectors. 1x4: 7.671 standard and Telcordia GR-1209. GPON equipment shall at least support these split ratio : a) 1:16 b) 1:32 c) 1:64 d) 1:128 preferably available Bider shall also state when protection is possible 34.

e) The bidder shall state whether this extender reach GPON still support RF overlay (video overlay) f) The bidder shall state whether the extended reach GPON transparent to line rate & protocol g) The bidder shall state its compliancy to the latest ITU-T G. 2008 . ODN – Optical Distribution Network Release 1.re draft specifications 37.984.0 .28 9 June.

and call message waiting indicator lamps. 42. GPON Network Services Voice Services It is envisioned that the GPON access network will be able to provide Class 5 based voice services as well as NGN based (i. 2. Describe the data connection type and capabilities available to the subscriber for high-speed data. 46. Megaco/H. Describe the DHCP capabilities. 43.248 and SIP gateway functions for POTS inter-working over GPON.IX. Option 82 should be supported. SIP 45. List CLASS 5 switches with which your products have interoperated.g. 44. Release 1. rotary dial. Describe PPPoE relay agent capabilities. 4. etc.7 11 ) Metering pulses generation Caller ID generation High-Speed Data Services At a detailed level please discuss how the proposed solution handles the data services. List any business services (e. 3. and call waiting with caller ID. 2008 . Include the maximum available burst rate available to each device in the upstream and downstream direction.71 1 ) Modem pass through (G.e. call waiting.29 9 June. 41.0 .e. 39. caller ID. List soft switches with which your products have been tested and verified for each protocol type (i.248. Bidder shall state whether the equipment offered support these feauture : o o o o Fax pass through (G. Does your GPON solution support call features such as distinctive ringing. The GPON system ONTs shall be able to inter-operate with a PSTN gateway for Class 5 based voice services. What are the options of data ranges for subscribers? How do you scale those ranges at each ONT? Include the minimum increments that bandwidth can be provisioned to each ONT. Softswitch) services. E1 voice services) supported by your GPON solution. The GPON system shall allow voice services using legacy phones regardless of whether served via Class 5 or NGN network. 38. Describe your GPON Voice Networking Architecture for both PSTN and NGN based voice services. This requires POTS interface in the ONT along with Inter-working functions for POTS emulation over GPON network. The GPON system ONTs shall provide a Megaco/H. Please answer the question for both TDM and VoIP services. 5. State the maximum sustained data rate capable of being delivered by each ONT. 1. 40.

3. Please describe the relative benefits of IP video over RF. 3. If so. 2. Does your GPON platform meet this requirement? 5. Describe in detail the frequency spectrum supported for video signal transport. The line side GPON OLT interfaces in the GPON system shall support IGMP proxy function for efficient forwarding of multicast traffic to all ONTs in a given PON. • IP Multicast on the PON shall be compliant to G.30 9 June.RF Video Services 1. Include a discussion of scalability and performance. 4. 2008 . A single fiber design to provide a RF Video Overlay is required. Give the RF level at the customer side (F connector). please detail what happens in case of underutilization of this BW portion (to BW pool or statically reserved?). Describe how IP-multicast traffic is forwarded within the GPON system. The following IGMP protocol –IGMP v3 is required. Is there a mechanism to limit the multicast BW per PON. Does your GPON platform meet this requirement? 7. Give the ONT receiver sensitivity for the RF overlay service. 5. 6. 4. The uplink interfaces in the GPON system OLT shall support IGMP snooping function for efficient forwarding of multicast traffic to all OLT interfaces. 9. Describe support for HDTV. Does your GPON platform meet this requirement? 8. The GPON ONT shall support IGMP snooping function for efficient forwarding to all STBs within the home network. what is the expected maximal splitting ratio and reach.3 and Amendment 1. IP Video Services It is envisioned that the GPON network will utilize IP video at some point even if RF video is used initially. At a detailed level please describe the network architecture required for a successful deployment of IP video services.984.0 . Release 1. Describe if bandwidth controls are available on a per PON basis. 1. Unicast The bidder shall state whether the equipment offered support IP video traffic unicast (VoD) since Unicast characteristic Single Sender and Receiver (Unicast IP Address) & Point to point connection. Describe support for RF VoD QAM digital services. 2. Does your GPON platform meet this requirement? 6. The ONT shall have the configuration capability to limit the maximum number of switched channels per subscriber.

the OLT shall be able to concurrently transport 1024 multicast sessions. Jitter c.048 Mb/s. Jitter and Availability requirement for mobile backhaul. synchronizes the PON output clock to the timing reference. 3G : radio network controllers (RNC). 3. State if the system supports access control for multicast? Preferably. 2008 . Individual names for controllers also vary – GSM : base station controllers (BSC). a base station refer to nodeB. Delay b. in turn. Clocking mechanism a) The GPON system should synchronize to an external Network-traceable clock reference via a Building Integrated Timing Source (BITS) interface to support synchronization-sensitive services such as POTS and Circuit Emulation Services (CES). In 3G services. Does your GPON platform meet this requirement? 13.3 min/year) Release 1. Mobile Backhauling Mobile backhaul is a term to describe connectivity between mobile base stations and radio controllers. Network timing derived from the BITS interface is transferred to the LT interface in the OLT which. Jitter and Availability a) The bidder GPON system shall be able to meet Latency. The GPON system shall comply to IEEE 1588v2 (Sync over Packet) 2. At this time. The OLT and ONT types shall support PON Multicast as defined by FSAN standards using a single dedicated GEM port-id in order to conserve PON bandwidth.999% (outage < 5. Availability < 5 ms 1 ms 99. group of any multicast channels that share common access permission). b) The bidder shall state its compliancy to these requirements at any combination / configuration of wireless backhaul using GPON technology: a. The GPON system shall be capable of selecting and forwarding into the customer premise a minimum 64 IGMP multicast streams per ONT.10. this should be implemented by means of channel packages (i.31 9 June. b) The BITS interfaces runs at 2.0 . Each OLT network and OLT PON facing GbE port shall be able to manage 2048 simultaneous and unique multicast sessions at a minimum limited only by the total interface bandwidth. Does your GPON platform meet this requirement? 12. Detail scalability of this solution. 1. Does your GPON platform meet this requirement? 11.e. Latency.

but at the cost of reduced efficiency. and shows the amount of bandwith (in Mb/s) is required to tranfort E1 circuit.e 1. a) Bidder shall gives a table showing E1 CES efficiency for given number of E1 frames mapped into every packet (i.4. Delay through the network can be reduced. Circuit Emulation – Delay vs Efficiency Circuit emulation involves a trade-off between latency (delay) and bandwidth efficiency. Likewise.4. 2008 .8 E1 frames per Ethernet frames).0 . but with consequent longer delays.32 9 June. DSLAM Aggregation The bidder shall state whether the equipment offered can function as DSLAM aggregation Release 1. efficiency can be improved.

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48.0 . configuration. Describe the Network Management System used to monitor and manage the FTTH system. controlled and managed by NMS.24) interface or Q-B3 (Ethernet) interface or via USB c) The Bidder shall provide all necessary interface and cable that needed in case using the LCT or NCT Release 1. Network Management Software 1. 3. control and manage the proposed System. Describe the standard process to “turn up” a new customer. 2008 . Bidder shall also give a brief description of the following: 50. Bidder shall give detail explaination regarding these functions. The System shall be remotely supervised. State the number of concurrent users capable of being managed through the NMS. etc. Craft Terminal a) GUI-based terminal for craft preferred. with comprehensive descriptions how the new / existing NMS can supervise. The NMS shall be fully functionality via a modern Graphical User Interface (GUI). 49. Describe the service provisioning and/or billing process and any third-party solutions that are known to be compatible the Vendor’s product. required “truck rolls”. Describe any tools available for craft applications 4. 55. • • • IP Sec or SNMP v3 Secure TL-1/CLI communication Radius authentication 56. 53. 51. Bidder shall give in full detail how your Network Management System operates and handles failures in the system.X. Detail the methods and metrics designed into the NMS to insure security. 54.. Detail the open standards utilized within the NMS system for integration with third-party management and billing. 52. b) LCT or NCT offered shall capable to connect to the NE (Network Element) in local or remote operation via Q-F (V. 2. Identify preconfiguration.34 9 June. performance and security functions. The Bidder shall describe. General 47. Its management responsibilities shall include the full range of fault.

On demand and scheduled upgrades to thousands of network elements Network outage. Alarm shall be categorized into several alarms severity levels b. subscriber. Timing synchronization 8. Configuration Management The bidder shall state whether the NMS system support these following configuration management feature a. ONT auto discovery and auto ranging b. The bidder shall state whether the NMS system support these following feature : a. Real time & historic performance analysis f.0 . Equipment resource provisioning d. Fault Management The bidder shall state whether the NMS system support these following fault management feature a.5. ONT auto-discovery b. j. Inventory reporting c. Alarms and event notification logs 7. 2008 . Remote test management c. Administration and software management Release 1. Real time inventory of all network hardware & software i.35 9 June. Available and consume capacity metrics and oversubscription TCA h. Real time alarms a with fast & accurate fault detection c. Flow tough and bulk service provisioning e. Universal XML and SNMP interfaces g. and service correlation Role base access control and rights security privileges with extensive activity logging & tracking 6. Pre-provisioning d. k.

The bidder shall state whether the NMS system support these following aministration and software management feature

a. Scheduled and on demand back-up and restore of network configuration databases b. Managed upgrades of system release softwares c. ONT software updates automatically on installation

d. Logging and reporting via GUI, databases, and exported files 9. Performance management The bidder shall state whether the NMS system support these following aministration and performance management feature

a. Statistical data retrieval & graphing b. Real time absolute and incremental traffic counters in tabular and graph form

10. ONT-OMCI a. The bidder shall provide ONT-OMCI Package includes all the necessary software components required to implement a standards compliant OMCI solution in a GPON ONT. b. ONT-OMCI package includes low-level software components such as OMCI stack and PLOAM handlers and an ONT management middleware block c. The central element of the ONT management middleware block is an Object oriented ONT MO database with a collection of operational handlers that are invoked in response to ME creation/deletion/updates.

d. These operational handlers are grouped under five management blocks : GPON ANI management block GPON UNI management block GPON Connection Management block ONT Equipment Management block Traffic Management blocks e. The functions within these blocks are invoked automatically when DB Request handlers process an OMCI message. f. These modules within these management blocks invoke other functions with H/W portals to complete the processing thread.

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11. Maintenance a) Documentation of Hardware The NMS shall be provided with complete operation and maintenance manuals, including drawings and circuit diagrams, so that maintenance and expansion of the hardware can be performed. All of the equipment manufactured by the supplier and all proprietary equipment which forms part of the NMS should be included in this documentation. b) Documentation of Software The bundled software in the NMS which carries out the control and testing shall be provided with sufficient documentation including source code listings, written descriptions and State Transition Diagrams and/or Flowcharts. c) Maintenance Support The Bidder shall describe the maintenance support that will be offered during the warranty period.

XI. Security Architecture
57. Please provide information regarding the security features of the overall FTTH solution. Include detailed discussions of the following: • • • • • • • Authentication of customer gateway’s or customer premise equipment (CPE) on the network to prevent cloned devices according 802.1x. Encryption capabilities to secure data packets across the PON FTTH network. Traffic segregation and protocol isolation. Operator user authorization and authentication. Prevention of direct user-to-user traffic to avoid malicious use and denial of service attacks. Prevention of duplicated MAC addresses on the same VLAN to avoid malicious use and denial of service attacks Prevention of ARP-spoofing

58. Describe the physical security capabilities of the ONTs or CPEs. 59. Describe the capabilities of the system to prevent unacceptable utilization of the network resources. Include details for support of broadcast storm prevention, access control lists and traffic filters. 60. Fault or error conditions on a single ONT may disrupt the PON for other ONTs on the same PON. Detail which mechanism is implemented in the system to overcome these scenarios. 61. GPON equipment shall support AES encryption

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1. The bidder shall state interoperability of GPON equipment offered with other vendor GPON at the service layer in a full OMCI (ONT Management & Control Interface) context. 2. The bidder shall state in detail in what operator / network or in what interoperability test event these following interoperability happened. Bidder shall also state the condition / result of this interoperability 3. Interoperability : a) b) c) d) e) f) g) Bidder’s Bidder’s Bidder’s Bidder’s Bidder’s Bidder’s others OLT to other vendors ONT ONT to other vendor OLT OLT&ONT with traditional local exchange OLT&ONT with media gateway / softswitch OLT&ONT with IP TV server OLT&ONT with CA TV server

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13.1 General The purpose of this Section is to define the content and the conditions of the comprehensive training the Bidder shall provide to the Purchasers technical staff. engineering and project staff. provisioning. Furthermore for the personnel responsible in planning & engineering.1 Type of Training The Bidder shall program and conduct all necessary training for the Purchasers' personnel in an efficient manner so that such personnel will be well-trained. All training costs shall be included in the proposal as a separate line item. the Bidder shall also conduct the training providing adequate knowledge and information for the staff to design and engineer an GPON network. and furthermore can be helpful to any persons who need a complete description of the system. The Bidder shall provide comprehensive training for the Purchaser's technical staff as well as planning. This training shall be undertaken at Bidder’s headquarter or regional training centre to Purchaser’s personnel who have planning and engineering responsibilities with respect to the System.g. Type (A) This training shall be undertaken at the Bidder’s factory (or Bidder’s regional training centre) to Purchaser’s personnel who shall have administrative and supervisory responsibilities with respect to the System. operation and maintenance of OPERATOR GPON NETWORK. It shall enable the trainees to understand the key parameters in planning. The training shall be mainly academic in nature such that the trainees are able to understand the design philosophy of the System. testing. including practical training and instruction prior to the commencement of any installation.39 9 June. e. to cover installation. operation and maintenance procedures. and data backup procedures of the GPON equipment (and other network equipment if applicable). engineering and project people. commissioning. designing. It is primarily intended to operation and maintenance staff. TRAINING OF PERSONNEL 13. as well as constructing a GPON network.XIII. The training is Release 1.0 Type (P) . proficient and capable of independently carrying out installation. The Bidder shall therefore offer three (3) types of training and specify the proposed duration of each type. The training shall have been successfully completed prior to the commencement of the factory testing of any part of the System. analyse the System performance and have sufficient knowledge to maintain its performance throughout its Design Life. The training shall be both academic and practical in nature such that the trainees are able to understand the design philosophy of the System down. on all hardware and software provided as part of this contract. maintenance. 2008 . The training shall cover all installation.1. The Bidder shall Provide outline for the proposed training course(s). Training shall be quoted as a part of their proposal. Type (B) The Bidder shall offer a provision of training staff to undertake formal training at equipment site.

The Purchasers will issue Certificates of Successful Completion of Training when this requirement is met.5 13.0 . These dates shall be specified in the Plan of Work. schedule and detailed program of this training shall be proposed at least thirty (30) days prior to the commencement of the training for Purchasers' approval. taking into account the requirements of the overall Plan of Work.1. 13.4 13. 2008 .1. The training shall have been successfully completed prior to the RFS date of the system. Making arrangements for medical attention. Practical Training The Bidder shall use his best efforts to make available equipment during the manufacture and installation phases in order to facilitate practical training.1.1.40 9 June.1. Providing local transportation.6 Training Schedule The period.1. the Bidder shall assume that the number of trainees for each type of training shall be as follows: (a) (b) (c) 13. Making hotel reservations. Standardised Symbols and Vocabulary The training materials shall be written in as simple a manner as possible using standardised symbols and vocabulary recommended by ITU/IEC.7 Ten (10) personnel for Type (A) Ten (10) personnel for Type (B) Five (5) personnel for Type (P) 13. the Bidder shall supply a concise technical glossary.primarily intended to the personnel employed as network planners and project engineers who require an understanding of technical and capacity planning issues in GPON network system. the Bidder shall be responsible for the following [except for Type (B) training]: (a) (b) (c) (d) Obtaining necessary entry visas. 13.8 Release 1. Practical/Theoretical Training The various courses shall provide a balanced and co-ordinated program covering practical and theoretical training in all aspects of the equipment and associated services. Additions When required.2 Language The language of instruction shall be English unless otherwise specified by the Purchasers and all instructors shall be thoroughly proficient in the English language.1. The instructors must satisfy the Purchasers and the trainees themselves that the courses conducted have achieved the desired objectives. Where technical terms not incorporated in standard international glossaries are used. The Purchasers reserve the right to request for immediate replacement if any instructor is found to be deficient in this respect.3 13. preferably at the earliest possible time. especially spoken English. Number of Trainees For tendering purposes. No interpreter is allowed for any type of training.

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Quotation for Training Quotation for Type (A) Training The quotation for Type (A) training shall include the basic tuition cost per trainee and the cost of training materials per trainee. Quotation for Type (B) Training The quotation for Type (B) training shall include the basic tuition cost (including the instructor's accommodation, air travel and subsistence allowance) and the cost of training materials, assuming twenty (20) trainees. The Purchasers will provide class/lecture rooms for the training activities and no claims in this respect shall be made by the Bidder. OPERATOR shall inform any adjustment needed for the quotation training or training syllabus prior the commencement of the training itself.



Quotation for Type (P) Training The quotation for Type (P) training shall include the basic tuition cost per trainee and the cost of training materials per trainee. Course Content Provisional Syllabus The Bidder shall submit with his tender a provisional syllabus for the operation and maintenance courses, together with a timetable showing the approximate time devoted to each section of the syllabus. Level The level of the training shall be adequate to train the minimum technical academic level of the Purchasers' staff. Student Notes Full sets of training materials of the proposed courses shall be supplied to each student and two (2) sets for Purchaser before the course commences. Training Material In order to ensure smooth transfer of responsibility of training to the Purchasers for future courses, the training material shall be based on a system of functional documentation. Instructor's Material The Bidder shall also provide to the Purchasers one (1) set of instructor's notes, students' materials and all the instructional material e.g. transparencies for overhead projector, films, video cassettes, slides, transparent masters for dyeline prints, etc. used in the instruction process. Details on Instructor's Materials shall be given by the Bidder for each type of training.

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Training - Operation and Maintenance Course Course Objectives The objectives of this course are to enable the trainees to: TBA


Course Outline The course content shall include but not be limited to the following: TBA

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Training - Planning Course Course Objectives The objectives of this course, at the minimum, are to enable the trainees to: TBA


Course Outline The course content shall include but not be limited to the following: TBA


Documentation for Training Courses (a) The Bidder shall submit the draft of the Training Handbook for each course to the Purchasers, not less than thirty (30) days prior to the commencement of the first terminal station equipment installation. Training Handbook shall contain, but not be limited to, the following information: (i) (ii) (b) Course syllabus. All courses notes and drawings/diagrams.


The Bidder shall not assume that the relevant Handbooks will be available at the terminal station for reference purposes unless he can guarantee their availability during the training course period. The Bidder shall provide each trainee with a copy of the Operation and Maintenance Training Handbook fifteen (15) days prior to the beginning of each course.


Standards of Students The Bidder shall state the minimum entry standard required for attending the different types of training courses.

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mechanical. during manufacture.XIV. Safety During Installation (a) The Bidder shall take safety measures. 8. traffic risks when working in the streets. as far as possible. installation. securing of ladders. or to DC voltages in excess of 50 volts shall have a warning notice in a conspicuous position on the front face of the panel. Safety Practice 1. with an adequate margin of safety. in accordance with national safety standards. Hazardous voltages are defined as voltages in excess of 50 volts DC or 100 volts rms AC. (b) These devices shall be permanently connected to the grounding equipment rack or cabinet. with regard to known hazards. In the absence of any such requirements the Bidder shall comply with its own country's national safety standards. Additionally. operation and maintenance of OPERATOR GPON Network throughout its System Design Life. High Voltage Protection and Optical Safety In the design of the equipment. 9. Voltage Segregation No terminal strip shall contain both hazardous and non-hazardous voltages. the highest design voltage to which they could be subjected within the equipment. General The System design and detailed implementation shall ensure the protection of operating personnel from optical. Warning Notices The covers of all panels to be connected to AC voltages in excess of 100 volts.0 . These covers shall be of such a design. The notice shall be in red characters on a white background. 3. 5. taking into account all relevant national (relevant authorities) standards. Terminal Strip Protection All terminal strips containing hazardous voltages shall be equipped with covers. Connector Withdrawal Normal withdrawal of a connector shall not allow accidental access to hazardous voltages. Release 1. chemical and electrical hazards etc. such as slippery floors. special emphasis shall be placed on safeguarding personnel from injuries due to high voltages and/or optical power. and held in clips when not in use. Components and Materials All components and materials used shall be selected in accordance with their application and shall be such as to withstand. nor to optical sources which could cause eye damage. 2. that sufficient mechanical rigidity and clearance is provided to prevent short circuits and other failures.44 9 June. etc. 6.. 2008 . 7. 4. warning notices shall be provided where access is possible to optical components. Grounding Devices (a) Grounding devices shall be provided where hazardous voltages can remain stored in the equipment after access has been gained.

packing materials. is removed immediately. etc. If any such chemicals or materials are used in the supplied equipment or during the installation process.(b) (c) (d) The Bidder shall ensure that the various rooms and sites are kept tidy and clean. 10. Transportation and Storage For Terminal Equipment. solder. wrapping. 2008 . the temperature during transportation and storage shall be maintained between -20 °C and +40°C.45 9 June. The Bidder shall ensure that installation personnel are protected from any hazardous chemicals or materials.0 . The Bidder shall ensure that fire extinguishers are made available in all places where the installation work is in progress and that the installation personnel are instructed in the use and hazards of those fire extinguishers. they shall be clearly identified by attaching warning labels and the installation personnel shall be properly trained in their handling. Release 1. and spillage of wire.

In Warranty Support Services shall cover the GPON Network Equipment that deployed for OPERATOR. Describe your customer support. 2. Bidders’ engineer will investigate the detail problems on location and make some planning and action for solution. 2008 . In Warranty Service Support period is 1 year after BAST is signed by both OPERATOR and GPON Contractors.XV. OPERATOR requested each bidder to describe maintenance services that’s include In Warranty. and technical support fees. Warranty & Support 1. as described in equipment BOQ. 8. Helpdesk Bidder shall provides helpdesk facility. • • Discuss product availability. They are authorized also to do the escalation 7. 4. This shall include one-time and recurring fees. Bidder(s) shall describe in detail the process OPERATOR may expect to experience with the Vendor from quotation through commissioning of the product. which is the most upfront point from Bidder Maintenance Services that accessible by customers or will be the first person to be contacted by customers to inform their problems. Hardware support This Service provides OPERATOR with contractor’s standard in-factory repair capabilities and the repair-related logistic service support. Out Warranty period and within implementation period. upgrade. CMM Level 5. Detail all software licensing. and other similar quality control programs. Problem Escalation To provide quick and proper respons to OPERATOR. • • 3. as well as professional and objectively verified quality standards such as ISO-9001. 5. Out line the quality management program your company uses to support the issuance of patches.0 . On Site Support For the problems with category emergency level that not able to solve remotely. Local Certified Engineer Bidders shall provide qualified engineer that responsible for handling problem operational system at OPERATOR. and security updates for the product. Include in this quality programs. Bidder shall procedure for problem escalation. have standard 6. engineer from Bidders will visit to customer site. Release 1.46 9 June.

b) Bidders shall make the updates available regularly . 10. b) Bidder shall provide this technical query support during warranty period. 24 hours a day. A clarification and qualified answer to the question will be provided within an agreed response time. The target is bringing network elements back into operation if critical service affecting faults have occurred. Bidder shall responsible to install all updates as soon as they have been delivered to give the network elements the highest stability. 2008 . b) Bidder shall provide this emergency support during warranty period.47 9 June.9. Software Updates a) Bidder shall provides OPERATOR with all software update packages addressing faults identified within other projects worldwide. Emergency Support a) The service provides OPERATOR the ability to get technical support as fast as possible.0 . c) Bidder shall provide this software update support during warranty period & post warranty period. 11. 7 days a week. Release 1. Technical Query a) This service provides OPERATOR the ability to address questions regarding network elements to Bidder’s technical support.

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Statement of Compliance (SOC) 1. may be rejected. and it shall be the basis upon which a future frame contract shall be signed. Bid submission.3 1. Failure to respond to an item will be taken as non-compliance to that item. The statement of compliance is intended for the Bidder to state whether he complies with a particular requirement. All annexes shall be carefully referenced.49 9 June. the Bidder shall state them either in the space provided.ANNNEX 1. An exceptional “Partially complied” is only acceptable for interim solutions in case of incomplete / unfinished International Telecommunications Standards (ITU) or any other commonly accepted standards. which fails to take these instructions into account. which do not incorporate all the details asked for. in which case a firm statement in the affirmative or negative shall be required i. If the Bidders make an offer for equipment manufactured by a third party he shall be fully and solely responsible for the statement of compliance with regard to the equipment offered.4 The Bidder shall give the fullest possible explanation of their bid in regards to this document.2 Any restricting remarks as well as non-responses will be considered as “not complied”. Bidder is advised to exercise due care and respond truthfully to all terms and specifications stated.5 1. “complied” or “not complied” any other statement will not accepted and considered as “not complied” 1. Any submission. on a separate sheet of paper preferably of A4 size which shall be submitted as an Annex to the Statement of Compliance. Where the value of a particular parameter is asked for or where further details are required. A comprehensive description shall be provided for the exception.1 A statement of compliance shall be submitted by the bidder in response to each section and / or subsection of terms and conditions of this document. shall be deemed to be incomplete and may be rejected.6 Release 1. 1.e. The statement of compliance shall be a formal response by the bidder to the technical and contractual requirements of this document. OPERATOR shall not seek any further clarification from the bidder after the deadline stated in the construction to bidder document. 1.0 . or if the space given is insufficient. Therefore. 2008 .

or difficulties in responding to the statement. The Bidder shall fully be responsible for implementing the compliancy stated. Reference to Proposal. N (Not Comply) 3.the SoC reference should also be referenced to your proposal 5.50 9 June. 1.1. are shown in this section. This shall include all item not shown in the Bill of Quantity (BoQ). 4. Statement of Compliance (SoC) Number – references SoC number in Tender document 2. C (Comply) b. including details of any ambiguities the bidder find. The bidder shall clearly state the referred clause of the detail explanation in the proposal. Bidder Response – a. Remark – Full and comprehensive description to clarify the compliance statement. Release 1.0 . Included in Pricing – The bidder shall mention either basic (B) or optional (O) pricing is offered in accordance with the respective statement of compliance. 1.7 The format for the statement of compliance for terms and conditions of document.8 Based on The Bidder’s SOC. 2008 .

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