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Active Fiber Solution Tri-State Committee Conference June 27, 2005 Wilmington, NC Leonard Frey, Director Product Mgt, Occam Splice/ Patch Home Run Architecture Source: Towards Technologically and Competitively Neutral Fiber to the Home (FTTH) Infrastructure, Carnegie Mellon University

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Active Fiber Solution

Tri-State Committee Conference

June 27, 2005

Wilmington, NC

Leonard Frey, Director Product Mgt, Occam


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Splice/

Patch

Home Run Architecture

Source: Towards Technologically and Competitively Neutral Fiber to the Home (FTTH) Infrastructure, Carnegie Mellon University


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Active Star Architecture

Source: Towards Technologically and Competitively Neutral Fiber to the Home (FTTH) Infrastructure, Carnegie Mellon University


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Voice VLAN2

Video VLAN3

Internet VLANn

Residential Model – Voice, Internet & Video


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Voice VLAN2

Video VLAN3

TLS QinQ VLANn

Business Model – Voice, Internet and TLS (+Video)




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Active Ethernet

GPON 36-72M

Mbps

BPON 16.6M

Bandwidth Requirements Continue to Grow – PON will fall short…

SOURCE: Technology Futures Inc



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Optical Budget

Notes: *Corning Splitter Data Sheet

** Corning hign-loss Fiber (1310 nm 0.4 dB/Km or 1 dB/1.55 Mi)

Low Cost Bidirectional SFP Laser has nominal Optical Budget of 11 dB.



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ONU is part of Network at Premise

Participates in Network Functionality

Located External to Residence or Business

Internal ONU for Greenfield?

Different Capacities Needed

6312 Initial Blade

23 GigE Ports + 2x10 Gb Backplane

2x10 Gigabit “Backplane” Ports (Future*)

19x1GigE Fiber Ports (SFP)

Subscriber or Transport

4x1GigE Fiber or 1000/100/10 Copper

Can Serve as Bookend or Internal

Initially will Ride 1GigE EPS Ring

Designed to support 802.AD Bonding

Designed to work in 10 GigE Ring*

Console Port

Ethernet or Serial

1GigE Protected

Migrating to 2xGigE

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“Active Star”

“Home Runs”

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PSTN

Internet

Video

Headend

FTTP Deployment Within Existing Network


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Optical Network Terminal ON 2240

  • Interfaces

    • 2 POTS, optional 2 additional POTS

    • 6 Ethernet 10/100TX

    • GigE SFP Socket – Single or dual fiber plant

      • Bandwidth settable in 64kb increments

  • Software Highlights

    • VoIP

    • IGMP for IPTV

    • NAT, Firewall

    • SNMP Management

  • Outside Enclosure

    • 12 V DC Power supply inside Home

    • Battery space in Enclosure – Alternate Inside


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Integrated Transport

Ethernet Console

Alarm Cutoff

CLI Console

Subscribers

Occam’s Active GigE 6312

  • OLT Blade with 22 Gigabit Ports

  • Single or dual fiber options

  • Compatible with existing chassis and blades

  • Two 10 Gigabit Backplane Ports

  • Blade and 1RU configurations

  • Available Q4 2005, field trials begin in July


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William of Ockham

1285 – 1348

“What can be done with less, is done in vain with more.”

Occam’s Razor

Summary

  • Active GigE to each location

  • Meets bandwidth requirements for the future

  • Lower cost for real networks

  • Compatible with existing chassis and blades

  • Occam philosophy: Efficiency through Simplicity

Leonard Frey

Director, Product Management

Occam networks

[email protected]


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