Product Brief In today’s metro and regional networks, converging services—such as the popular “triple-play” of

video, voice, and data—are driving a convergence of platforms and entire networks. The trend is
Nortel Networks creating the need for efficient platforms that are sized appropriately for a variety of uses
Optical Multiservice throughout metropolitan networks.
Edge 6110 Nortel Networks Optical Multiservice Edge 6110 (OME 6110) is the first of a family of compact,
low-cost multiservice access products optimized for deployment in customer sites and in collector
Multiservice Customer networks where lower service capacity is required. It can be used to offer new Ethernet services
Premises Solution to the metro edge, as well as traditional TDM services over SONET/SDH networks. OME 6110
is an extension of the Nortel Networks Optical Multiservice Edge 6500 (OME 6500) platform,
offering service flexibility at the customer location with a smaller, more cost-effective footprint.
The OME 6110 is integrated with the Nortel Networks optical network management, forming a
complete end-to-end, fully managed solution. It is ideal for small offices and business parks that
demand reliable and assured quality of service and flexible bandwidth availability.

Requirements at the edge
To meet the increasing demand for Ethernet transport, service providers are looking for a cost-
effective and small form-factor platform that can support key revenue-generating services such
as DS1/E1s as well as emerging services, such as 10/100-Mbps Ethernet. The OME 6110
addresses this need by offering a low-cost, flexible solution with both TDM and Ethernet
support for converged traffic.

Removing management challenges at the edge
Given that today’s optical metro networks employ a mix of management protocols, managing
customer-located equipment can be a challenge for service providers. Traditionally, network
elements communicate with one another using the Open System Interconnection (OSI) protocol,
which carries management information over the Data Communication Channel (DCC). While

end points reached via leased circuits where DCC access is blocked entirely). What makes the OME 6110 exceptional? The OME 6110 is a cost-effective. The OME 6110 addresses this challenge by offering DCC ‘tunneling’ over path layer bytes to enable management of end points connected over leased circuits. allowing service providers to future-proof their SONET/SDH networks to accommodate increasing demand for Ethernet services. • Reach flexibility: The OME 6110 uses small form-factor pluggable (SFP) optics for networking inter- faces. SDH. This service slot can be used to provide a range of complementary services such as additional E1/DS1s or E3/DS3s. The OME 6110 addresses these issues with flexible data communications capabilities that allow it to operate over both OSI and IP networks. new networks are now also engineered using direct IP-over-DCC. The OME 6110 has OC-3/STM-1 line interfaces and will be offered with OC-12/STM-4 line interfaces in future releases. SDH. Network elements that support these different methods would not be able to communicate management information to one another. and Layer 1/Layer 2 Ethernet. ‘Path’ DCC is also supported for transparency across leased circuits. Each platform can be configured and optimized for the distance requirements of a given application by inserting the appropriate SFP module. subtended configura- tion or CWDM access model. which ultimately lowers the total cost of ownership. Extensive fault moni- toring and loop-back capabilities simplify troubleshooting and lower operational expenses. and the Optical Multiservice Edge family of products. removing the need for external rectifiers. and would require separate connections from the network management platform to gain network control. and J-SDH on the same platform for in-territory and out-of-territory deployments. 2 . or OC-3/STM-1 services. No craft software is required for the PC. in a standalone. Both 1+1 and UPSR/SNCP network protection protocols are supported. Another challenge is to gain visibility of end points with no data communication channel access (for example. multiservice edge device that uniquely offers all of the following benefits: Evergreen service The OME 6110 supports legacy traffic as well as next-generation Ethernet on a single platform. OMEA/Optical Network Manager network management. Global support • Supports SONET. Increased visibility and management options enable a more efficient and adaptable network. • Data communication flexibility: Can be managed over Open System Interconnection (OSI) or Internet Protocol (IP) DCC networks. Description of the OME 6110 The OME 6110 is a single-rack unit OC-3/STM-1 device with 16 E1/DS1 service ports integrated in the base and one slot for additional services. • Interoperability flexibility: The OME 6110 can be networked with other OME 6110s or deployed as extensions of other Nortel Networks optical products. Specifically. • Protection flexibility: Can be deployed with or without protection. and an HTTP Web-based Craft UI that runs directly on the network element. this protocol is commonly used. 4000. the OME 6110 has been successfully tested for interoperability with Optical Metro 3000. The OME 6110 also provides a lower total cost of ownership with low power consumption and built-in support for both AC and DC powering. Flexibility • Service flexibility: Full service mix including SONET. 10/100-Mbps Ethernet. • Management flexibility: TL-1 + SNMP northbound interfaces.

VCAT. built-in AC or DC power – Fits in 19-. and/or Ethernet and dropping them off at remote sites on the network.The OME 6110 provides low-cost. DS3/E3. multiservice aggregation and transport of client services over SONET/SDH networks. Benefits OME 6110 • Low-cost entry configuration for E1/DS1-only services • In-service expansion for new services • Cost-optimized and designed for CLE deployments – Minimal CPE rack space – No rectifiers required. The compact size and cost-effective attributes—including the ability to reliably deliver simultaneous data and voice services to customer premises—make the OME 6110 an ideal solution for business access applications. This framework supports a sophisticated desktop that provides a centralized topology view and fault management. 21-. OC-3 CWDM access 3 . OME 6110 applications The OME 6110 is ideal for small offices and business parks that demand reliable and assured quality of service and flexible bandwidth availability. and LCAS supported Managing OME 6110 through Optical Network Manager The OME 6110 is managed by Nortel Networks proven end-to-end optical portfolio management tools. The OME 6110 can be deployed in the following configurations: Standalone OC-3 • Standalone configuration: The OME 6110 can operate on a standalone network collecting DS1/E1. as well as a centralized launch pad for a full suite of management applications and easy-to-use nodal managers. • Subtending configuration: The OME 6110 can be subtended off of either Optical Metro 3000/4000 or OME 6500 shelves to collect DS1/E1. Subtended and Ethernet traffic from the access edge to feed into the core of the network for further transportation. DS3/E3. Nortel Networks portfolio of leading-edge network management software solutions. OC-3 • CWDM access: The OME 6110 combined with CWDM filters can send traffic on wavelengths to offer fiber relief and extended reach. It is via this AP that the OME 6110 craft interface can be controlled to offer complete nodal management that can be inte- grated into a centralized network-wide view. or as a transport component of wireless base stations. The product is equally well suited for deployment in access or collector networks in remote and suburban areas with low capacity requirements. These capabilities are supported via the Optical Network Manager Application Platform (AP). open OSS interfaces such as TL-1 and SNMP ensure a smooth fit into existing OSS systems and processes. Additionally. and 23-inch racks – Front access cabling • GFP.

voice and multi. NC 27709 how the world communicates and exchanges information. STS/VC-3. As a global company. Brampton. Information in this document is subject to change without notice. NSW 2067. Wireline Networks. Copyright © 2004 Nortel Networks. and Business without Boundaries are trademarks of Nortel Networks. or call 1-800-4 NORTEL or 1-800-466-7835 from anywhere in North America.8 in. can be found on the web at: Beijing 100006. Level 5. 495 Victoria Avenue. 8200 Dixie Road. OME 6110 series technical specifications • Wireless backhaul: The OME 6110 can aggregate DS1s or Description • Multi-service chassis. EN55022 • Other compliances: ITU-T K. Enterprise In Europe: Nortel Networks. the core of the network. In the Optional Service Slot. and Optical Networks. Ontario L6T 5P6 supplying its service provider and enterprise customers with communications In Caribbean and Latin America: Nortel Networks.20. it can support Optical Metro supported the following cards: 3500/ OME 6500 • 28 x E1/DS1 • 8 x 10/100-Mbps Ethernet • 3 x E3/DS3 • 1 x STM-1o/OC-3 • Gigabit Ethernet (future) Network interface • STM-1/OC-3 network uplink • STM-4/OC-12 (future) Point-to-point DS3 leased Architecture • Non-blocking TDM fabric capable of aggregating over VC-12/VT-1. ETSI and 23" rack mountable CO Client interface The OME 6110 comes with a built-in support of 16 DS1/E1 modules in the base chassis.11. The company is In Canada: Nortel Networks. Maidenhead Berkshire SL6 3QH UK Networks. saving lease costs for DS1s or E1s.Suite 100. FL 33323 technology and infrastructure to enable value-added IP data. customer-located equipment E1s from a wireless base station and transport back into Dimensions • 44 mm/1. HxWxD Weight • Fully equipped: 5. Chatswood. contact your Nortel Networks representative. 35 Davis Drive. K. China www.08 cubic meter/minute OC-3/ OC-3/ • Inbuilt dust filter STM-1 STM-1 • Hot-pluggable Aggregation Mounting options • 19".nortelnetworks. and VC-4 mapped services OC-48 ring to an OC-3 or STM-1 line interface Service efficiency • GFP/VCAT/LCAS Ethernet transport. Westacott Way. Australia business in more than 150 countries. All other trademarks are the property of their For more information. Sunrise. K. the Nortel Networks logo.0 9 2 8 0 4 . N N 1 0 9 7 4 2 .6 in. More information about Nortel Networks In Greater China: Nortel Networks. (1U) x 445 mm/17. Research Triangle Park. Maidenhead Office Park. 1500 Concorde Terrace.5.1 kg PEC • NT6Q50AA Wireless backhaul Standards • Safety EN 60950 • EMC GR-1089 CORE. Sun Dong An Plaza.21. the globemark design.5 x 270 mm/10. 138 Wang Fu Jing Street. optional Layer 2 Ethernet grooming Management • Ethernet LAN interface or modem • TL-1 and SNMP northbound interfaces • Web-based Craft UI • Integrated Nortel Networks Optical Network Manager OAM interfaces • LAN port to a data communications network (DCN) • RS-232/F1 port for modem access or for user byte access Environmental • Four telemetry outputs alarms • Seven telemetry inputs Nortel Networks is an industry leader and innovator focused on transforming In the United States: Nortel Networks. Nortel Networks does In Asia: Nortel Networks. USA media services spanning Wireless Networks. FCC68 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 9 Power • AC power supply: 90V-240V 50/60Hz * * 0 0 # # • DC power supply: 40-56VDC • Maximum power consumption: 30W OME 6110 OME 6110 (depending on service modules used) 16 x DS1s 3 x DS3s Cooling unit • Dimensions: 204 mm x 32 mm x 20 mm • Flow: 0. *Nortel Networks. All rights reserved.