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Market tendencies in optical networks

(Tendencias de mercado para las redes pticas)

Miguel Angel Bravo Parra Jefe de Ing. Sistemas Broadband NEC de Mxico S. A. de C. V.

Agenda
Introduction Optical Technologies FTTx (Fiber to the home, building, cabinet, etc.) Carrier Ethernet WDM (Wavelength ( l h Division Multiplexing) l l ) Technology Movement

Agenda
Introduction
Optical Technologies FTTx (Fiber to the home, building, cabinet, etc.) Carrier Ethernet WDM (Wavelength Division Multiplexing) Technology Movement

Introduction
The optical communications has an important role within telecommunications networks, in fact this networks are present in several l layers as, Backbone, B kb R i Regional l and d access
Backbone Network
Core Router
UN5000 Edge router DW4200 ROADM MN3100 DW4000/DW4200 WDM Management System UN5000 Integrated MSP and ROADM

Core Router
Edge Router

Regional/Metro Network
DW4200 ROADM UN5000

MN1200

MN2300 MW0500 DSLAM IP-VPN IP VPN

G-PON FTTx: FTT Internet I t t Voice V i TV

Access Network
IP VPN IP-VPN L2 VPN

Users Network

Expectation for Global Optical

(DEC2008)

Expectingatleasta5%spendingdeclinein2009followedbyonlymodest growthatbestin2010.

Impact from Financial Meltdown

O p t i c a l Tra n s p o r t M a r ke t
SLTE 30,000 Core WDM Metro WDM Band Mgmt Aggregation

25 000 25,000

Metro: High growth expected in general, and small decline in 2009. 2009

20,000 $ million ns

15,000

10,000

5,000

0
Aggregation Band Mgmt Metro WDM Core WDM SLTE

2003 $4,860 $1,216 $738 $1,307 $237

2004 $5,702 $1,252 $1,066 $1,257 $154

2005 $6,141 $1,350 $1,424 $1,605 $322

2006 $6,039 $1,641 $1,973 $2,125 $320

2007 $6,930 $1,754 $2,943 $2,831 $549

2008 $6,685 $1,724 $3,697 $3,501 $1 003 $1,003

2009 $5,515 $1,506 $3,458 $3,129 $1 233 $1,233

2010 $6,193 $1,838 $4,520 $3,900 $1 480 $1,480

2011 $6,919 $2,281 $5,877 $4,877 $1 739 $1,739

2012 $7,039 $2,507 $6,849 $5,520 $2 000 $2,000

2013 $6,832 $2,636 $7,625 $5,990 $2 250 $2,250

Forecast by product group, Optical Network Global, 20032013

Source: Ovum Nov, 08

Agenda
Introduction

Optical Technologies FTTx (Fiber to the home, building, cabinet, etc.)


Carrier Ethernet WDM (Wavelength Division Multiplexing) Technology T h l M Movement t

FTTX GPON: Overview


Optical Line Termination (OLT) CO-site or Remote Optical Network Unit/Termination (ONU/ONT) FTTH/O, FTTB
Optical Distribution Network (ODN) (20km physical/60km logical) Ranging Process: Ttimeslot delay FTTP: (ONT)

Up p to 2.4Gbit/s Downstream Ethernet


Packet transmit scheduling and shaping in OLT Encryption (AES128) per ONT Up to 128 ONT/Us addressable, 4k flows (GEM ID)
1490nm 1550nm

ATM
Passive Optical Splitter

Ethernet POTS MoCA

1310nm

FTTB/Cab (ONU) 1.2Gbit/s Upstream (up to 2.4Gbit/s) TDM


Transmit based on Dynamic y Bandwidth Allocation ( (DBA) ) Mechanism Multiple service classes (T-Cont) supported for QoS Up to 128 ONT/Us addressable, 4k flows (GEM ID)
VDSL2

ONT Management and Control Interface (OMCI)

June2008

GPON Everywhere: DSL, Wimax and Power Lines

FTTH/O

WiMAX

Broadband Network

OLT
VDSL2 / ADSL2+

FTTB

LV Head End with GPON ONT

CPE Repeater CPE

FTTB
WiMAX
Repeater

L Low Voltage

Comparison of Broadband Triple-Play

USD74

USD57 USD94~102

Triple Play on FTTH

Revenue Increase ADSL

USD50

USD33

USD44

USD

June 2008

Agenda
Introduction

Optical Technologies
FTTx (Fiber to the home, building, cabinet, etc.)

Carrier Ethernet
WDM (Wavelength Division Multiplexing) Technology Movement

Te c h n i c a l Tr e n d i n Pa c ke t Tra n s p o r t Te c h n o l o g i e s
Currentpackettransporttechnologies
MPLSTE+PWE3 TMPLSand dMPLSTP PBT

NECMN5200/MN5300todaysTMPLS/MPLS solution
Ethernet IP/POS PBB/PBT MPLS MPLS-TP ATM T-MPLS NG-SDH MN5200/MN5300 today todays s T-MPLS/MPLS

SDH

OTN WDM

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Te c h n i c a l C o m p a r i s o n - All With PWE3


Technology
Service Type Tunnel QoS Control Plane Management Style OAM Protection Typical Topology Multicast Synchronization

MPLS-TE
P2P, LAN PW/LSP E-LSP/L-LSP Routing Signaling Data style LSP Ping/Tracert Fast Rerouting Mesh IP Routing No

T-MPLS
P2P PW/LSP E-LSP/L-LSP Not now Transport style Packet APS OAM Linear/Ring APS Ring Linear Ring, Not Design Support

MPLS-TP
P2P, LAN PW/LSP E-LSP/L-LSP Routing Signaling Transport style MPLS OAM Linear Mesh VPLS optimization Support

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Traffic flow in the network

Uplink Layer

T-MPLS/ MPLS

Pseudo Wire

Client Layer

Client Equipment

Optical Li k Link
GE/2.5G/10G

LSP1
LSP2

PW1 .. PWn
1000M 50M 10M 30M

Ethernet over MPLS Circuit Emulation ATM over MPLS

L2 Switc h
VC mapping

Eh Ethernet
L2/3 switch
STM-1/E1/T1

E1/T1

SDH/PDH ATM STM-1 STM 1

LSP3

ATM

PW-A Map PW QoS to LSP QoS Map Client traffic QoS


to PW QoS

Ethernet PW-B
PE/Router

Agenda
Introduction

Optical Technologies
FTTx (Fiber to the home, building, cabinet, etc.) Carrier Ethernet

WDM (Wavelength Division Multiplexing)


Technology Movement

What is Metro WDM?


Long Haul

> 1000km DWDM, 10/40Gbps Optimized for maximum performance

Metro (Core & Regional)


Up to 250 - 1000 km C and DWDM, 2.5/4/10/40Gbps Optimized for price vs performance Easy of use and low power consumption

Metro WDM provides:


Simple high capacity pipes Service separation and expansion by Easy design and management in an investment.

WDM Access

Up to 40 km CWDM sufficient, sufficient 1/2.5/4/10Gbps Environmentally hardened

Metro WDM is not only y for Telco with high g capacity p y transmission but also for alternative operators.

Internet Traffic Growth (Residential)


10G growth per year

Source: JPIX Jan 08

100G growth in 3 months


Note: The monitor point of traffic shown here is IX (Internet exchange). That means its volume is just a pert of internet which goes through IX point and it does not necessarily include MBH and IPTV traffic.

Source: AMS IX Jan 08

TM Series Architecture
3 types. High and Medium Capacity Central Office type, and single CPE type.

Chassis

+
P Passive i Units U it

CWDM type and DWDM type Capacity growth by modular

+
Traffic Units Transponders/Muxponders Tunable

Lowest spare part costs, longhaul


Common for chassis and passive units

or
Traffic Units Transponders/Muxponders pl ggable pluggable

Flexible Service combination, enabling CWDM/DWDM and reconfigurable HW solutions

Multi-service Multi-reach Seamless integration of CWDM and DWDM Low power Pay as you grow Flexible configurations Single-fiber and fiber-pair configurations Low Operational costs (OPEX)

Agenda
Introduction Optical Technologies FTTx (Fiber to the home, building, cabinet, etc.) Carrier Ethernet WDM (Wavelength ( l h Division Multiplexing) l l )

Technology Movement

O p t i c a l M a r ke t e vo l u t i o n

Related R l t d to t WDM

Large scale deployment of 100G would not be seen before 2013.

Source: Ovum, Dec 2008

Te c h n o l o g y e vo l u t i o n

Multilevel Coding Modulation Polarization Division Multiplexing Digital coherent

In case of 40G (technology)-1

Customers are moving from ODB to DPSK.

In case of 40G (technology)-2


-2 10 10G NRZ

40G RZ-DPSK

Back-to-back condition Only OSNR degradation

10-3

40G RZ RZ-DQPSK DQPSK RZ-DPSK RZ DPSK

Bit Error R B Rate

10-4 10-5 10-6 10-7 10-8 10-9 10-10 10-11 10-12

CS-RZ NRZ RZ-DQPSK 10G NRZ

10

12

14

16 18 20 22 Optical p SNR ( (dB) )

24

26

28

OSNR for Different Modulation Schemes

In case of 100G (technology)-1


Press release (28th Oct. 2008)
AT&T, NEC and Corning Researchers Complete AT&T Record-Breaking Bandwidth Capacity Test

In case of 100G (technology)-2


Corporation with Juniper to provide the trial system. Applied 25G x 4Lambdas for SMF as a client interface (CFP). Established cooperative relation with Finisar which is primal SFP supplier.
Juniper
SSMF, 8dB, 2km
100GbE 100GbE MAC

NEC
ROADM

AT&T
AT&Ts Field Fiber
ILA

WDM INF

MSA module (CFP) with 25G x 4Lambdas LAN WDM I Interface, t f compliant with IEEE 802.3.ba
100GbE MAC

Finisar

DEMU UX

100G TPND Prototype

MUX

June2008

In case of 100G (technology)-3


This activity y was presen nted at OFC C2008 as PDP P1.

Questions & Answers

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