GPON – THE RIGHT CHOICE FAHEM AL BUGHAM Vice President – Technology Strategy & Planning 4th Dec2008 - OMAN
Reach A world where people’s reach is not limited by matter and distance
Etisalat footprint Market potential of 668 million
AGENDA • Smart home. • why GPON. • Smart execution. • IP/Legacy services. • Mobile requirement. • Redundancy. • Security
Parking lot control Hospital Portal Local server server Common area monitoring Shopping Entertainment Entrance control Wall pad Gateway Service Network Device Smart Home Network In home Air purification/Ventilation Health Care Network Home Control AV Entertainment IT ONT Communication
EXISTING ACCESS NETWORK & BANDWIDTH EVOLUTION The fixed access network utilizes multiple technologies, as many grown-over-the-years operator networks Generally it is in good shape to serve current needs, but far off “100Mbps” capabilities ?
Simulation for access bandwidth evolution Service portfolio example
Enabling new Applications and Revenues – enrich Broadband! … Home Entertainment Multimedia Conference IP Centrex Voice over IP (VoIP) Messaging/ Presence Revenue A variance of value-add Applications enriches your Broadband Access Service – get your hand on this value-chain! Declining voice revenues Time
Multiple technologies? • High CAPEX? • High OPEX? • Low Band? • High power consumption? • Space? • Spares?
Currently deployed telecom access network solutions are mostly TDM-based (for narrowband traffic, e.g. legacy telephony) • ATM-based (broadband traffic, e.g. ADSL) • The result is a gap between access network technology and service evolution trends • When and how to upgrade AN ? FAHEM AL BUGHAM –Technology Strategy -HO
HOW WILL WE GET THERE? HOW we can meet the demand?
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Consumer’s BW Requirements Met by FTTH Web Surfing Video Conferencing, Premises Surveillance GPON are premium for ALL services!!! SDTV VOD, Telecommuting File Sharing, Home Video Sharing/Streaming Real Time SDTV, Network PVR VDSL2 can cover even the HDTV service ! Multi-Player Gaming, Interactive Distance Learning Premises Web Hosting Telemedicine ADSL2+ can cover the Triple-play service bandwidth requirement. Large File Sharing HDTV VOD Next Hosted Applications & Storage FTTH (per sub) VDSL2 ADSL2+ Cable Modem Dial-up Downstream Upstream 150 150 100 25 20 10 5 0 5 10 15 20 25 100 Mbps
60.000 50.000 Subscribers (000) 40.000 PON 30.000 P2P 20.000 10.000 - 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Source: Broadband trends, 10/2007 All over the world operators go for PON - PON subscribers will dominatePTP subscribers Worldwide fiber deployments
The TCO advantage of GPON Point-to-point Ethernet GPON • Realistic deployment • 5000 subscribers connected to CO • PON splitting ratio 1:32 • Fiber terminations per ODF rack: 1,440(10 shelves holding 144 fibers) • Power consumption figures and ports per cage based on real product specs 19.6 5000 x 6.7 38 x 31.8 x 3.6 Ethernet GPON 10 2.9 157 Patch cords Power[kW] CO Space[M2]
SMART EXECUSION? 1-Select the best execution team 2- Identify the coverage area. 3- list all type of exchange and services map/exchange in this area. 4- Identify the number of customer for each service. 5- identify all support system Automation /provision/..etc 6-Businesss plan. 7-Design the Network topologies to your requirements. 8-Ensure focus and Get all aboard. 9- Training.
FTTH Fixed Access Network Architecture. Fixed Access Development - Overview
Solutions Remarks • Solutions for residential customer with 78 Mb. • Business customer solution • 150 Mb upstream and downstream • 1GE upstream and downstream • OLT connected to the core with 2 uplink 10GE. • Node B for 3G GSM connected via ONT with 100MB Ethernet. 32:2 SP ER 78Mb MPLS OLT 150Mb SP 8:2 1GE ER 1:2 >1GE CPE CO OSP
ONT for residential users; FTTH Building To Splitter then to OLT ONT SMB a Up to 4*FE IPTV SMB b IP PHONE SMB c HSI Up to 4*POTS SMB d SMB e Telco Site Splitter Business PE Basement Telco room OLT
SBU for Business users; FTTH Inside an office: Building To Splitter then to OLT SBU SIP phone IP-PABX SMB a Up to 8*E1 for TDM/PBX UTP Cable (FE) PC 1G and/or up to 4*FE SMB b Laptop • CPE: • LAN Switch for L2VPN OR • L3 Router for L3VPN Other LAN switch SMB c AP Up to 4*FE IPTV Up to 8* POTS SMB d SIP phone NGN Firewall Internet SMB e Telco Site Splitter Business PE Basement Telco room OLT
MTU for Business users-Scenario A; FTTH Inside an office: To Splitter then to OLT Building • MTU act as CPE for L2VPN • Suitable for managed CPE service SIP phone IP-PABX SMB a MTU PC Laptop Other LAN switch UTP Cable (FE) SMB b AP Up to 24*FE IPTV Up to 24* POTS SMB c SIP phone NGN Firewall Internet SMB d Telco Site Splitter Business PE Basement Telco room OLT
MTU for Business users-Scenario B; FTTB Inside an office: To Splitter then to OLT Building SIP phone IP-PABX SMB a Up to 24* FE to MTU in the Basement PC SMB b Laptop Other LAN switch • CPE: • LAN Switch for L2VPN OR • L3 Router for L3VPN SMB c AP Up to 4*FE IPTV N*POTS per Office (Up to24) SMB d SIP phone NGN Firewall Internet Telco Site MTU Splitter Business PE Basement Telco room OLT
FR GRE tunnel through IP network FR ATM ATM cell transport through IP network ATM X.25 Xot/X2t tunnel through IP network X.25 Leased Line For FR/ATM/X.25/E&M /E1 LC Service-Green Area to Green area Customer Site Telecom Site Customer Site Business Business X.21 V.35 X.21 Business V.35 Business OLT/ MA5600T OLT/ MA5600T GE/FE GE/FE ISDN ONT ISDN ONT IP Network Business Business Splitter AR V28 Splitter V28 AR V24 V24 Business Business G.703/G.704 G.703/G.704 Business Business Business Business All the legacy services are transmitted by AR over IP Network.
Leased Line For FR/ATM/X.25 /E&M/E1 L.C Service-Green Area to Brown Area Customer Site Telecom Site Customer Site X.21 AR Business Business GE/FE AR V.35 G.SHDSL X.21 Business V.35 Business OLT/ MA5600T G.SHDSL IP MSAN ISDN FE GE ISDN FE ONT IP Network G.SHDSL AR Business Business V28 Splitter AR V28 G.SHDSL AR V24 Business Business V24 G.SHDSL G.703/G.704 AR Business Business G.703/G.704 Business Business FR GRE tunnel through IP network FR ATM ATM cell transport through IP network ATM X.25 Xot/X2t tunnel through IP network X.25
Trend: Evolve to Mobile Broadband Era • Mobile Data Service Increasing Revenue Ratio (Source: NTT Docomo Financial Reports, till Q2, 2007) • Bandwidth will increase sharply because of HSPA and LTE. Global 174 HSDPA Network Deployed in 79 Countries / Territories, including 117 commercial HSDPA networks launched in 58 countries .(Source: GSA, till Jun.22, 2007)
Mobile broadband developing leads to bearing bandwidth increase 50 times, and the cost of backhaul will increase 10 times. Data service consume more bandwidth but bring less revenue per bit in mobile broadband era. How to reduce the backhaul cost is a big challenge for mobile operator. Challenge: Conflict of Backhaul Bandwidth Requirement & Cost Mobile Broadband Backhaul Leased Line Cost • LL cost according to distance & bandwidth • Exclude Installation fee, according to existing cable & office, charge from 700 to 60000Euro
MSC GPONBackhaul Solution – Native TDM MGCF MGW IP Core BSC CSCF ONT SDH BTS OLT GMSC ONT RNC SGSN NodeB • Voice and data flow offload from BTS/NodeB. • OLT forward voice flow to SDH network and data to IP network. • Clock delivered from SDH network through GPON line to BTS/NodeB. • Suitable for operators to reuse SDH network and develop IP network to carry increasing data traffic.
MSC GPONBackhaul Solution – ALL IP MGCF MGW BSC IP Core PTN ONT Metro Ethernet CSCF BTS OLT GMSC PTN RNC SGSN TDM Pseudowire ONT NodeB • Suitable for operators to deploy ALL IP backhaul network, and access residential / enterprise subscribers together. • TDM PWE3,Core and aggregation network is IP,GPON Native TDM mode to carry legacy service. • Smoothly upgrade from Native TDM solution (SDH) without replacing ONT
Synchronization for GPON Backhaul – Option 1 Offload scenario, Distribute clock through SDH network CBU recover clock and deliver to NodeB/BTS through E1/BITS or synchronous Ethernet Distribute clock through Synchronous Ethernet or E1/STM-1 to Aggr GW BSC NodeB N*E1 SDH E1 N*E1/ STM-1 OLT ONT ATM STM-1 GPON FE RNC Reference clock 10GE BTS GE E1 IP OLT use the clock as system clock Input clock to RNC/BSC OLT distribute clock through GPON line • SDH deliver the Clock synchronization signal to OLT. • Saving the investment by reuse existing SDH network. • No need any change within the whole network • It is the most suited clock solution currently as this is readily available in the network.
WIMAX BTS/NB BTS/NB LTE Synchronization for GPON Backhaul – Option 2 BITS/SDH N*E1 BSC E1 ONT TDM N x E1 /ch-STM-1 Fiber IP/MPLS Metro FE/GE/ /ATM STM-1 10GE RNC 10GE OLT PTN ONT PE-Agg POP Gateway Clock D/R ONT • Using IEEE 1588v2 for the synchronization • This requires the whole network to support IEEE 1588v2 • It will be the future option for mobile backhaul.
ITU-T G.984 standard for GPON reliability-Type B Enterprise A Telco site Eth Switch SBU LAN Type B Protection OLT Business Cloud MSTP Enterprise B 2 protected points LAN
Adoptable for massive deployment for SMB and enterprise business One fiber can protect several SMB (in FTTB scenario). Fibers in building’s riser usually are safe (% 99.999). for large enterprise (1:1 ratio) , Splitter can be located in same rack with SBU to increase protection level. When required?
ITU-T G.984 standard for GPON reliability-Type C Enterprise A Telco site Type C Protection Eth Switch 5 protected points SBU OLT LAN Business Cloud Enterprise B MSTP LAN
Add more protection between splitter and SBU or MDU Also Provide dual homing to two different OLT. No big difference with Type B. When required?
GPON system security solution Internet AES AES • Line encryption technology • AES (Advanced Encryption Standard)128 • System security • VLAN isolation • MAC filter • ACL • Anti DOS • Anti MAC/IP/ARP/DHCP Security • User security authentication • RADIUS • Network security • SSH • SNMP v3 • User security • DHCP Option 60/82
50 k Customer connected. • 2009 Target around 500k where fiber to the Building with SP is ready TODAY.
Thank you and welcome to United Arab Emirates - Etisalat FAHEM AL BUGHAM Vice President – Technology Strategy & Planning 4th Dec2008 - OMAN