Ethernet Access - PM Oct 10

Report
Carrier Ethernet
Access Solutions
Alex Grinshtein,
Head of Presales team APAC,CIS&Africa
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 1
Outline
• Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for Business market segment
– Market trends
– Market challenges and solutions
– Applications and case studies
• Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for Mobile market segment
– Market trends
– Portfolio and Applications
– Case studies
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 2
Market Trends
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 3
Carrier Ethernet is Growing
Carrier Ethernet Services Revenue
($M)
Market Growth 2009-14
$35,000
$30,000
$25,000
$20,000
$15,000
$10,000
$5,000
Legacy
$2008
2009
Source: Ovum
2010
2011
2012
2013
Source: Frost & Sullivan
Revenue by Capaciy ($M)
100%
90%
$146
$2,367
$215
$2,940
$276
$3,744
80%
70%
$4,681
60%
$5,653
$6,498
$723
$5,138
$4,620
30%
$4,732
$5,057
$7,557
$5,570
20%
10%
$7,061
100%
$3,278
$8,816
80%
1G
$10,061
$6,034
$6,629
$3,091
$3,150
$3,343
$3,564
$3,787
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
0%
$888
$844
$814
$904
$1,025
$1,136
$4,183
$4,791
$5,628
$6,955
$8,766
$11,016
90%
$9,058
$3,147
Source: Ovum
Revenue by Service Type ($M)
10G
50%
40%
$1,715
Next Generation
100M
70%
60%
$2,530
$3,046
50%
$3,679
$4,700
$5,995
$7,510
40%
10M
30%
Sub 10M
20%
Internet
access
E-LAN
EVPL
$7,360
$7,951
$8,604
$9,772
$11,404
$13,152
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
EPL
10%
0%
Source: Ovum
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 4
Enterprise Interconnect – Layer 2 and
Layer 3
Enterprise Interconnect
Revenue by Enterprise Interconnect
Technology ($M)
$40,000
$30,000
$20,000
$10,000
$-
2008
2009
2010
2011
Enterprise Ethernet services
Source: British Telecom publications
• L2 VPNs
2012
2013
2014
Enterprise IP VPN services
Source: Ovum
• L3 VPNs
– Customers who want to control their routing
– High bandwidth cost efficiency
– Typically up to 100 sites
– Cheaper to provide and run
– Low latency
– Customer who do not mind sharing
routing tables
– Typically limited in bandwidth to around 50100Mbps
– Typically over 100 sites
– Easier to provision using L3 control protocols
“Customers see IP services and Ethernet services as complementary
–
Ethernet services for interconnecting main sites and Data Center
–
IP services for connection remote sites all over the territory”
(Major European Operator, 2010)
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 5
Main Challenges and
RAD Solutions
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 6
Main Market Challenges
1. Ubiquitous connectivity:
• Extending Ethernet service reach to as many
customers as possible over different access
technologies while providing same service
definitions
2. High service
availability/resiliency:
• Ring and linear protection schemes allow
replacing highly resilient ATM and SDH
networks
3. Robust service management:
• Managing the service through its entire life
cycle, from turn-up through ‘on going’ endto-end control to fault detection and
recovery
4. End-to-end SLA/QoS:
• End-to-end SLA starts at the customer
premises with traffic prioritization and
bandwidth profiling as well as end-to-end
monitoring of the service parameters
Source: Heavy Reading, Global Ethernet service provider survey (157 participants)
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 7
Variety of Ethernet Access Solution –
Extending Customer Reach
Ethernet over PDH
RIC
10BT
RIC
EoPDH
RIC
10BT
Branch
Ethernet over
SDH/SONET
RICi-155GE
RICi-155GE
EoPDH
GbE
STM-1/OC-3
Branch
SDH/SONET
Branch
n x EoPDH
Bonding
RIC
100BT
SDH
RICi-622GE
GbE
STM-4/OC-12
RICi-622GE GbE
STM-1/OC-3
GbE
Branch
Branch
Egate
GbE
100BT
ETX
10GbE
GbE
Branch
1000Sx
DSLAM
ETX-1002
ETX
Service Provider
Packet Switched
Network
n x EoCU
Bonding
GbE
LA
10/100BT
Branch
GbE
DSLAM
GbE
LA
EoCU
10BT
Headquarters
Branch
Ethernet over Fiber
Ethernet over DSL
Variety of Access solutions maximizes customer reach
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 8
EtherAccess Portfolio – Ethernet
Service Over Any Access Media
ETX
ETHoFiber
• FE and GbE
interfaces
Copper and
Fiber
RIC & Egate
ETHoPDH
• Up to 32 Mbps
with nxE1/T1
bonding
RIC & Egate
ETHoSDH
• 155/622 Mbps
• GFP/VCAT/LCAS
LA
ETHoDSL
• EFM SHDSL and
VDSL2
• GFP/VCAT/LCAS
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 9
Robust Service Management
Ethernet OAM
Summary of available Ethernet OAM mechanisms
OAM Technology
End-End/Last
Segment
Performance
Monitoring
Type
Fault Propagation
IEEE 802.3-2005
(formerly 802.3ah)
Single Segment
No
Link
No
IEEE 802.1ag
End-to-End
No
Connectivity
No
ITU-T Y.1731
End-to-End
Yes
Service
Yes
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 11
Managing the Service Lifecycle
Service
Turn-up
Connectivity
Verification
• Ethernet OAM - 802.1ag
• Continuity Check
• MAC Ping
Diagnostic
Loopbacks
• Loopbacks
• L1 physical interface loopback
• L2/L3 Loopback per flow with
MAC/IP swap (up to line rate)
SLA Verification
Testing
• RFC-2544 based tests
• Throughput, Loss and Delay
tests
• Data integrity tests (BERT)
• Delay Measurement
On-going
Monitoring
Performance
Monitoring
• Ethernet OAM – Y.1731
• Frame Delay, Frame Delay,
Frame Loss
• Service availability (G.826)
SLA Threshold
Reporting
• Defining SLA objectives and proactively
notified when crossed
• Alarms and traps on
management system
Statistics Collection
Reporting
• Collecting SLA statistics
• Statistics collection via SNMP or
FTP
• Statistics can be used to
generate SLA reports
Fault Management
& Recovery
Fault Detection &
Isolation
• Ethernet OAM – 802.1ag
• Continuity Check
• Loopback
• Link Trace
Fault Propagation
& Notification
• Ethernet OAM – Y.1731
• Per EVC ‘Forward’ and ‘Backward ’
Alarm Propagation (AIS and RDI)
• Dying Gasp indication to active - 802.3ah
• Per port Alarm Propagation
Resiliency &
Repair
• Linear Protection ( “EVC Protection”) G.8031
• Ethernet Ring Protection - G.8032
• port protection based on Link Aggregation 802.3 (formerly 802.3ad)
Managing the Service life cycle is essential to control
the OpEx
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 12
Integrated RFC-2544
• While turning up a new Ethernet service, it is vital to provide performance
metrics of the Ethernet network under test.
• ETX-203A integrated RFC-2544 generator contains the following functionalities:
• Unidirectional or bidirectional tests
• Measurements of throughput, latency, frame Loss
• Test report creation
• Frame type: OAM messages
RFC-2544
Retail
Wholesale
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 13
High Service Availability – Linear
and Ring Protection
Customer Premises
Using LAG (802.3ad)
CPE
ETX
Linear protection (G.8031)
ETH
Customer Premises
PE
CPE
ETX
PE
ETH
PE
PE
PSN
ETH/IP/MPLS
ETX
ETH
PE
eNodeB
Resilient
Ethernet Ring
(G.8032)
• Linear protection
ETH
ETX
– Based on Link Aggregation (802.3ad)
eNodeB
– Ethernet Automatic Protection Switching (similar to SDH APS)
• Ring Protection – Resilient Ethernet Ring (similar to SDH ring)
• Switch over can be triggered by physical level problem or by service level problem
(OAM failure)
High availability schemes allow the replacement of ATM and SDH
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 15
End-to-end SLA Using Traffic
Management
• Class of service management:
– Ensure that in case of contention highest priority traffic
will be served first
– Ensure low latency for delay sensitive traffic
Line
rate
• Per EVC Shaping
Shaper
– Smoothes egress traffic from network port
– Based on Dual leaky bucket algorithm with CIR and EIR
parameters
• Queuing
– Flexible Combination of WFQ and Strict Priority for RT
and Data traffic
• Hierarchical QoS
– Allow accurate ‘leveled’ scheduling per EVC and EVC.CoS
• Performance Monitoring
– ‘Must have’ tool for SLA verification
Selling SLA based services allows revenue increase using existing infrastructure
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 16
Customer exaple (Europe)
Ethernet Services QOS
Scheduler and
congestion control
Cos marking and
Queue mapping function
2 rate 3 color Policers
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 17
xx Ethernet service QOS
Flow classification per C-VLAN ID and P bit
Each flow will be assigned policer CIR/CBS EIR EBS
All flows may be stacked or not stacked with S-TAG
Each Flow will be mapped to a Queue in it’s EVC (up to 8 Queues per EVC)
Scheduling would be defined per EVC and between the EVC’s
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 18
XX service – One set of Queues LA
and ETX
P-bit +
c-vlan
Policer
Ingress port ‘Y’
Policer
Cos 5
EVC-1
M
COS 4,2
A
COS 3,1
S
Shaper
Cos 0
Policer
COS
Policer
NNI
Cos 5
Policer
cxcxczxczxcxcxcxS
EVC-2
M
Policer
S
COS 4,2
A
COS 3,1
S
Shaper
Cos 0
Policer
COS 3,1
Policer
EVC-3
M
Shaper
Cos 0
S
Policer
Policer
M
2 rate policers
Mapping and Congestion
control WRED
Platinum – CIR only , Gold – CIR +EIR , Silver CIR + EIR, basic - EIR only
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 19
Typical NTU Traffic Management Shaper per Port
Service Provider sells
the following BW profile:
• EVC#1 BW 50Mbps
• EVC#2 BW 50Mbps
EVC #1
Line rate
EVC#1
50Mbps
Shaper
15Mbps CIR+5 EIR
15Mbps CIR+5 EIR
Time
EVC #1
Occasionally traffic will decrease
20Mbps CIR+20 EIR
Traffic is shaped to 50Mbps
For each EVC
100Mbps
EVC #2
Service provider
can’t control BW on
15Mbps CIR+5 EIR a per EVC basis
100Mbps
Line rate
15Mbps CIR+5 EIR
EVC#2
50Mbps
20Mbps CIR+20 EIR
EVC #2 utilizes spare shaper capacity
and BW exceeds
the
max
limit
Carrier
Ethernet
Access allowed
Solutions for PM2010
Slide 20Time
Powerful Traffic Management Shaper per EVC
Line rate
EVC#1
50Mbps
Shaper
EVC #1
15Mbps CIR+5 EIR
15Mbps CIR+5 EIR
Time
50Mbps
EVC #1
Occasionally traffic will decrease
20Mbps CIR+20 EIR
Traffic is shaped to 50Mbps
For each EVC by the T.M
Service Provider
controls BW per
EVC/EVC.Cos
100Mbps
Shaper
EVC #2
Line rate
15Mbps CIR+5 EIR
15Mbps CIR+5 EIR
50Mbps
EVC#2
50Mbps
20Mbps CIR+20 EIR
EVC #2 BW controlled independently
Time
by the T.M – never
exceeds
MAX
allowed
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 21
Typical NTU Priority Between
EVC’s
EVC #1
EVC #2
15Mbps CIR
15Mbps CIR
SP 1
No priority between
EVCs
15Mbps CIR+5 EIR
15Mbps CIR+5 EIR
WFQ 1
100Mbps
100Mbps
20Mbps CIR+20 EIR
WFQ 2
20Mbps CIR+20 EIR
Shaper
No fairness between the
EVCs
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 22
ETX-A Priority between EVCs
(Hierarchical Scheduling)
EVC #1
15Mbps CIR
Shaper
EVC1 can get priority
over EVC 2 if it’s Weight
is defined higher
SP 1
15Mbps CIR+5 EIR
WFQ 1
20Mbps CIR+20 EIR
WFQ 3
WFQ 1
WFQ 1
50Mbps
100Mbps
Shaper
EVC #2
15Mbps CIR
SP 2
15Mbps CIR+5 EIR
WFQ 2
WFQ 2
20Mbps CIR+20 EIR
50Mbps
EVC fairness
WFQ 2
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 23
Advanced Traffic Management
Tools and Benefits
•
•
•
Tools
Multiple Policers per EVC
Shapers per EVC
Hierarchical Scheduling. i.e.
 Scheduling within groups (queue blocks)
 Scheduling between groups (shapers)
•
•
•
Benefits
Control CIR/EIR BW per EVC.CoS
Control MAX BW per EVC
Fairness and priority between
EVCs (SP/WFQ)
Line rate
50Mbps
Time
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 24
Addressing the Competitive Environment
for Carrier Ethernet Demarcations
Price
Intelligent
IntelligentDemarcation
DemarcationDevices
Devices
Traffic
Management,
Traffic Management,
Diagnostic
DiagnosticTools
Tools
Unmanaged
Media Converters
No OAM
Managed
Demarcation Devices or
Carrier Ethernet Switch
Some OAM
RAD’s EtherAccess ASIC
Performance
RAD’s EtherAccess ASIC allows for Cost/Performance optimization
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 25
ETX-203A – ASIC based Carrier Eth
Demarcation
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 26
Main Applications
and Case Studies
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 27
Ethernet Services Over Fiber and
DSL Access
LA
ETX
LA
End-to-end service control and SLA measurement
• Providing high speed (fiber based) and low speed (DSL based) Ethernet services
• Using SHDL.bis up to 22 Mbps using EFM bonding
• LA and ETX have the same Ethernet capabilities – allowing for the same service
definitions
• Ethernet OAM can be done between LA and ETX
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 28
Intelligent Demarcation In Action—
Retail Customer Example
EVPL: typical 5
Ethernet virtual
connections for
different services
Bank Affiliate
Bank H.Q
ETX-203A
EVC #1
Retail
Carrier Network
FE/GbE
Bank Affiliate
EVC #2
EVC #N
ETX-203A
FE/GbE
ETX-203A
EVPL: Support up to 30 Ethernet
Virtual connections for 30 different
branches (160 EVC.CoS)
Bank Affiliate
ETX-203A
FE/GbE
E-Line or E-LAN (EVPL) ,SLA, OAM (Y.1731 with thresholds), RFC-2544
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 29
Intelligent Demarcation In Action—
Wholesale Customer Example
Customer Branch Office
Carrier A
FE/GbE
Retail NID
Retail NID
Carrier “A”
Carrier Network
Wholesale NTU
Customer Branch Office
Carrier A
Wholesale NTU
EVC #1
Wholesale NTU
Retail NID
Carrier “B”
Carrier Network
Wholesale
Carrier Network
EVC #N
FE/GbE
Retail NID
Customer Branch Office
Carrier B
Wholesale NTU
FE/GbE
Retail NID
Customer Branch Office
Carrier B
EVPL: Support up to 30
Ethernet Virtual
connections for 30
affiliates and 160 EVC.cos
FE/GbE
Wholesale NTU
Retail NID
E-Line or E-LAN (EVPL) ,SLA
OAM (Y.1731 with thresholds), RFC-2544
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 30
Telekom Austria
Eth L2 VPN Services
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 31
Zamtel, Zambia- Eth over Fiber
Access Solution
Benefits
• High port density
• Support for Giga and Fast Ethernet in
the same Chassis
Advantages
• Manageable solution
• Central solution for UTP-to-fiber
media converter
Customer Site
Fast Ethernet
Over Fiber
POP
Switch
Packet
Switched
Network
ETX-102
Fast Ethernet
UTP Cable
CPE
LRS
Fast/Gigabit
Ethernet
UTP Cable
ETX-202
Gigabit Ethernet
UTP Cable
CPE
Gigabit Ethernet
Over Fiber
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 32
RAD’S Ethernet Access Solution at
Work – Completel
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 33
CenturyLink USA
Wholesale Ethernet
• 3rd telecom provider in the US
• EPL and EVPL Services, wholesale
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 34
EIRCOM, Ireland – NGN Access
Architecture for Business Services
Customer Benefits:
• Extensive Ethernet OAM across access
infrastructure
• Uniform service and capabilities across access
infrastructure
• Enhanced L-2 Ethernet capabilities over any access
infrastructure
ALU
7302 ISAM
Site A
LA-210
LAN
RAD Advantages:
• Seamless advanced Ethernet service
regardless of access network
• Efficient & advanced EFM technology
• Full OAM/QoS feature set to maximize
revenues & minimize Opex
• IOT with ALU
ETH
SHDSL.bis
EFM
Site B
ETX-202A
LAN
ETH
GbE– F.O
ALU
7450 ESS
IP/MPLS
Nationwide
Network
Site C
ETX-202A
LAN
ETH
GbE – F.O
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 35
TPSA (Orange Business Services), Poland –
Carrier Ethernet Services over Fiber and DSL
Customer Benefits:
• Offering advanced EVPL, EVPLAN services as well
as access over DSL for a cost-effective mid-rate
access (22 Mbps)
• End-to-End Connectivity & SLA are monitored
RAD Advantages:
• Advanced OAM and QoS feature-set
• Seamless Service offering with either
fiber access or NxSHDSL (EFM) access
End-to-end traffic management and service control
Headquarters
E1
VoIP PBX
Remote Office
4 FE ETX-201A
ports
IP VPN
Best Effort Data
Internet
LAN-to-LAN
Multiservice IP/Ethernet
100 Mbps
Service
Demarcation
IP/MPLS
Nationwide
Network
Optional dual fiber
Redundancy
ETX-202A
FE/GE
1 GbE
Service
Demarcation
IP DSLAM
Multiservice IP/Ethernet
Remote Office
2/4 pair
Copper
SHDSL.bis
EFM
LA-210
ETH
LAN
LAN-to-LAN
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 36
Optus, Australia – High Speed
Ethernet Services over DSL EFM
Customer Benefits:
• Leveraging the installed old and new DSLAM
infrastructure
for Business
services
Vendor
IPDSLAM/MSAN
Version
• Excellent solution for mid-band access rates
• Increase revenue with advanced Ethernet services &
UA-5000
multi-service options
(Built in PWE)
V100R017
• Reduce Opex with End-to-End control
MA-5600T
ISAM
7302
RAD Advantages:
• Seamless advanced Ethernet service regardless of
SHDSLbis/EFM
TDM PWE
access network
Deployment
Module
IOT
• Efficient & advanced EFM technology
• Full OAM/QoS feature set to maximize revenues &
minimize Opex
H603SHLB
CX-600

• Built in PWE technology to support E1/V35 leased
line services over DSL/PSN
• Complete Interoperability vs Huawei MSAN
V800R006C02
SPC100

H802SHLB
Branch A
ISP
Form R3.3
and above
PoC
NSLT-A
IP DSLAM
Huawei
UA-5000
7750 SR /
LA-210
7705 SAR
LAN

ETH
Headquarters
IP DSLAM
Surpass hiX
Huawei
LAN
LA-210
5622/25/30/35
Up to 4 SHDSL Ver. 2.8 Packet IU:SHDSL:48:E
ETH
Switched
Network

Branch B
MileGate
2300
IP DSLAM SUSE1
SHDSLbis
Huawei
LAN
LA-210
ETH

E1
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 37
Ethernet Services Using Own
SDH/SONET Infrastructure (“On-Net”)
WWW
Branch A
RICi
n x E1/T1
Bonding
SDH/
SONET
Branch B
RICi
Headquarters
STM-1/4
OC-3/12
Egate
GbE
PSN
ETH/IP/MPLS
STM-1/4
OC-3/12
FE/GbE
Branch C
ETX
• Switching for multi-site connectivity is done by the central aggregation (Egate-100/2000)
• Secured traffic separation using VLANs
• Different services can be provided with different QoS
• Headquarters and branches connected as if on the same LAN
• Interoperability when interconnecting other branches over fiber/DSL access
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 38
Metro Ethernet Expansion over
SDH/SONET (“Off Net”)
Customer Premises
RICi
n x E1/T1
Bonding
POP
STM-1/4
OC-3/12
SDH/
SONET
Customer Premises
RICi
Transport Provider Network
Customer Premises
Egate
GbE
PSN
ETH/IP/MPLS
ETH
Fiber
ETX
STM-1/4
OC-3/12
Transport Provider Span
Service Span (end-to-end OAM)
• Off-Net solution for Alternatives carriers expanding their limited reach using
leased lines services
• Seamless Ethernet service with fast time-to-market
– End-to-end OAM allow service monitoring across the hybrid transport network
– SLA verification regardless of access type
• Variety of service access speeds starting for 2/1.5M (E1/T1) up to 622M
(STM-4/OC-3)
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 39
RCOM, India – Ethernet Service
Delivery to Business Customers
Customer Benefits:
• Leveraging huge existing PDH/SDH
RAD Advantages:
• Complete Managed EthoPDH solution,
Infrastructure for providing managed Ethernet
services up to 8Mbps per customer.
• Saving Capex/Opex and simplifying the
network by replacing Router based solution
(L3) to L2 based.
• Scalable solution can start from 2M up to 8M
including CPE , Aggregator and NMS
• An ideal EthoPSH product for emerging
markets (RIC-LC) , Feature/Price performance
Ethernet Radio
POP
Customer
CPE
RIC-LC/ n x E1/T1
Microwave
Radio
Radio
Management
Traffic
POP
PE
GbE
Ethernet Radio
POP
Egate-100
STM-1
Customer
CPE
RIC-LC/ n x E1/T1
SDH
GbE
User Ethernet
Traffic
Egate-100
STM-1
Microwave
Radio
Ethernet Radio
POP
Customer
CPE
RIC-LC/ n x E1/T1
Microwave
Radio
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 40
Enterprise Ethernet Services over
PDH/SDH
Customer Benefits:
• Generate new revenues by expanding customer
that were out of range, by using exiting PDH/SDH
Infrastructure
• Single box solution at POP, saving CAPEX and OPEX
• Less complex L2 technology – reduce maintenance cost
• Advance QoS functionality, Traffic shaping and
prioritization per subscriber (VLAN/EVC based)
RAD Advantages:
• End to End solution over PDH/SDH CPE
and Aggregation device.
• Advance QoS Support, EVPL based
functionality
• Compliance with MEF standard
Customer Premises
PSN
INDOSAT-POP
n x E1
Ethernet
Switch
RICi-16/4E1/
EVPL
FE
Egate-100
GbE
CO/POP
ETH
STM-1
PDH/SDH
n x E1
Ethernet
Switch
RICi-16/4E1/
EVPL
FE
Managed
Ethernet
Services to
Business
Customers
Managed
Ethernet
Services to
Business
Customers
NMS
E1
RICiE1
FE
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 41
IP DSLAM and WiMAX
Backhauling over SDH/SONET
POP
IP DSLAM
RICi-16/8/4
POP
PSN
ETH/IP/MPLS
Egate
GbE
xDSL
FE
n x E1/T1
Wimax
POP
STM-1/4
OC-3/12
RICi-E1/T1
SDH/
SONET
BTS
E1/T1
FE
POP
STM-1/4
OC-3/12
RICi-155GE
RICi-622GE
IP DSLAM
FE/GbE
xDSL
• Generate new revenues by providing new services leveraging existing transport
infrastructure
• Use of simple Layer 2 technology reduces maintenance costs
• Support for wide range of access data rates
• Fast roll-out
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 44
BSNL, India
Urban Wimax Backhauling
Customer Benefits:
• Extended service coverage results in higher competitiveness
and increased revenue with broader customer base
• Leverage existing SDH/PDH infrastructure (for
incumbent carriers)
• Reduced Opex using simple Layer 2 transport technology
• Facilitates advantages of fast deployment of broadband
services
RAD Advantages:
• Dedicate product for the Indian market
• Low cost product, competitive in features
vs. cost.
• Central management solution
• Access Scalability, E1, nxE1,STM-1
Wimax
RIC-155CH
POP
FE
Ch. STM-1
RIC-155CH
ETH
PSN
Ch. STM-1
RICi-8E1LC
ETH
PDH/SDH
8 x E1
Wimax
8 x E1
RICi-8E1LC
FE
RAD NMS
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 46
Globe Telecom, Philippines – RIC-155GE/RICi-16E1.
Huawei/ECI MSAN Backhaul over SDH.
Customer Benefits:
• Extended service coverage results in higher competitiveness
and increased revenue with broader customer base
• Leverage existing SDH/SONET infrastructure (for
incumbent carriers)
• Reduced Opex using simple Layer 2 transport technology
• Facilitates advantages of fast deployment of broadband
services
RAD Advantages:
• Complete solutions (POP and central
site equipment) with remote management
• Price performance
• Reliable product
• Harden version
POP/Cabinet
RIC-155GE
POP
Huawei MSAN
GE
STM-1
xDSL
RIC-155GE
STM-1
ETH
Metro ETH
Alcatel
7450
PDH/SDH
RICi-16E1
ETH
Outdoor Cabinets
16 x E1
GFP/VCAT
RICi-16/H
Huawei MSAN
FE
BRAS
xDSL
16 x E1
GFP/VCAT
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 47
Utilization of exiting PDH MW for
Etherent services – Case Studies
Benefits:
• Utilization exiting PDH MW for Ethernet services
• Extend reach of Ethernet-based access to the
customers by using Low cost PtP IP radios.
Airmux-200
Airmux-200
PDH Radio
RICi-E1
ETH
ETH
Airmux-200
PSN
E1
Airmux-200
RICi-E1
ETH
ETH
n x E1
E1
Airmux-200
GbE
4 x E1
4 x E1
PDH
n x RICi-4E1
Customer 1
ETH
STM-1
Core
PSN
Zantel HQ
PDH
Egate-100
OP-1551
4 x E1
ETH
Airmux-200
RICi-4E1
Customer 1
4 x E1
ETH
RICi-4E1
Airmux-200
ETH
Airmux-200
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 48
Smooth Migration Success Story:
Bezeq Israel
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 49
Ethernet Fiber Access – Fan-out
and Ring Aggregation
• Complete Ethernet Access solution
including remotes and aggregation
Fan-Out (Hub&Spoke) aggregation
• Up to 24 remotes ETX connected
over FE or GE
Customer Premises
CE
FE/GE
ETX
FE/GbE
Remote POP
Customer Premises
CE
FE/GE
ETX
FE/GbE
ETX-1002
• Ethernet access ring option
Edge
Device
GbE/10G
PSN
ETH/IP/MPLS
Customer Premises
CE
FE/GE
ETX
• Port versatility: FE/GE/10G ports
available
• Each port can be used as network
and user port
FE/GbE
• Redundancy:
– Ring based
Ring aggregation
– LAG based
Customer Premises
CE
FE/GE
ETX-1002
ETX
FE/GbE
Customer Premises
CE
FE/GE
ETX
FE/GbE
ETX-1002
Edge
Device
ETX-1002
Ethernet Ring
GE/10G
GbE/10G
PSN
ETH/IP/MPLS
Customer Premises
CE
FE/GE
ETX
FE/GbE
ETX-1002
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 50
Ethernet Access – Two Aggregation
Levels Using ETX-5300A
Fan-Out (Hub&Spoke) aggregation
ETX-212A/ETX-1002
ETX-5300A
PSN
ETH/IP/MPLS
ETX
ETX
Edge
Device
ETX
ETX-212A/ETX-1002
• Up to 80 x GbE & 8 x 10GE / 16 x
10GE
• Up to 16 STM-1 & 8 x 10GE
• 3U fully redundant service box
ETX
ETX
ETX-5300A
• Non-blocking architecture with
wire speed packet forwarding for
all packet sizes
• E-Line, E-LAN,E-Tree Services
Ring aggregation
ETX-5300A
ETX-212A
ETX
PSN
ETH/IP/MPLS
Edge
Device
ETX
Ethernet
Ring
(G.8032 )
ETX-5300A
Ethernet ETX-212A
Ring
(G.8032 )
ETX
ETX
ETX
ETX-212A
ETX-5300A
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 52
Egate-2000 and RICs – Full Ethernet
over TDM Access Solution
ETX+MiRIC
GE
RIC-LC
FE
RICi- 4xE1/T1
FE
Edge
Edge
Device
Device
PSN
PSN
GbE
ETH/IP/MPLS
ETH/IP/MPLS
POP
POP
Egate-2000
Egate-2000
2 x STM-4/
Ethernet
Ring
(GbE)
OC-12
RICi- 8xE1/T1
SDH/
SONET
(STM-4/16)
8xE1/T1
FE
RICi- 16xE1/T1
FE
RICi- 155GE
RICi- 622GE
GE
GE
• Aggregate both Ethernet over PDH and Ethernet over SDH traffic in one central device
• Full redundancy
• Based on GFP/VCAT/LCAS per SDH and PDH encapsulations
• Provide end-to-end traffic management
• Ethernet OAM support
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 53
EtherAccess Value Proposition
Reach all
customer sites
Increase
revenues
Save more on
OpEx
Save more on
CapEx
with a variety of
access solutions
by offering more
bandwidth and
SLA based
services
with OAM based
end-to-end
service control
and monitoring
By using RAD’s
Cost/Performance
optimized
Solutions
•
•
•
•
• End-to-en SLA
Assurance and
measurement
• Per EVC shaping
and policing
• Hierarchical QoS
• Managing service
life cycle
• Extensive
Ethernet OAM
• Own Carrier
Ethernet ASIC
reduces cost
• Tiered pricing –
basic and flexible
ETHoFiber
ETHoPDH
ETHoSDH/SONET
ETHoDSL
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 54
Outline
• Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for Business market segment
– Market trends
– Market challenges and solutions
– Applications and case studies
• Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for Mobile market segment
– Market trends
– Portfolio and Applications
– Case studies
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 56
Mobile Backhaul
Radio Access Network Topology
Radio Access Network
3G
Copper
3G controller
Core/Metro
Fiber
2G
2G controller
Microwave
Core
Access
Cell Site
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 57
Trends in the Mobile
Backhaul Market
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 58
Trends in the Mobile Backhaul
Market
$70,000
Stay on TDM
$60,000
$50,000
$40,000
$30,000
…or move to
Ethernet
$20,000
$10,000
$0
Copyright ©CY09
Heavy Reading
- 2010 Ethernet
Market Tracker
CY08
CY10
CY11 Backhaul
CY12
CY13
PDM and ATM over PDH
Ethernet fiber and copper
CY14
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 59
Migration to IP/Ethernet
Backhaul
BSC
LTE eNodeB
RNC
Ethernet
2G BTS
Internet
Gateway
3G NodeB
E1/T1
BSC
Ethernet
RNC
2G BTS
3G NodeB
Hybrid/Dual
Backhaul
BSC
2G BTS
E1/T1
3G NodeB
All
IP/Ethernet
PDH
Backhaul
RNC
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 60
MBH Portfolio &
Applications
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 61
RAD’s Mobile Backhaul Portfolio
for “Any Access”
Ethernet over PDH/SDH
BTS/
Node-B
Multiservice over fiber/xDSL
RICi
BTS/
Node-B
BTS/
Node-B
ACE 3220
RICi
RICi
TDM + Ethernet over Fiber/xDSL
DSLAM
BTS/
Node-B
BTS/
Node-B
ACE 3105
RICi
SDH
IPMux/Optimux
Bonding
Egate
Packet
Switched
Network
DSLAM
BTS/
Node-B
LA-210
BTS/
Node-B
ASMi
ASMi
BTS/
Node-B
Metro
Ethernet
ETX
Bonding
TDM + Ethernet over MW
BTS/
Node-B
RICi/ETX/IPMux
BTS/
Node-B
BTS/
Node-B
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 62
Segmentation of RAD’s MBH
Portfolio
• Cell Site Gateways (CSG)
• Mobile Demarcation Devices (MDD)
• Diverse Solution, mainly for niche application
CSG
ACE, LA
MDD
ETX
Diversed IPMux/Gmux
MSC Backhaul
(voice trunking)
ASMi-52
Optimux
MP-4100
Egate/RIC
Airmux
MBH vs. RAD's Total Sales
100%
90%
81%
75%
80%
70%
60%
50%
40%
30%
20%
10%
19%
25%
0%
1
2009
2
2010
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 63
Cell Site Gateway Applications
• CSG is needed when
– The interfaces of the base station doesn't match the network
interface
– The functionality of the network, isn’t supported by the RAN
equipment (e.g. MPLS)
Radio Sites
BTS
n x SHDSL
ACE-3105/LA-210
E1 TDM
E1/
ETH
Node B
IP DSLAM
BSC/RNC Site
RNC
BSC
STM-1
ATM/GbE
E1s
TDM
Ch. STM-1
3rd Party/
ACE
n x SHDSL
ACE-3220
HSDPA
ADSL2+/
VDSL
PSN
Access
Network
Voice (R99)
ACE-3220
n x E1
TDM
Node B
BTS
FE/GbE
Node B
n x E1 IMA
STM-1 ATM
ETH
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 64
Mobile Demarcation Device
Application
Cell Site
• MDD is needed for
ETX
ETH
ENB/IPNB
– Wholesale provider is selling mobile transport services
Site
– Aggregation
The fix division
of a converged fix and mobile operators
Cell Site
would like to provide: Transport
ETH
GbE
Network:
ETX
PEfor the mobile network
• Timing services
PE
ETH/IP/MPLS
Controller
ETX
ENB/IPNB
• Guarantee E2E SLA over the transport network
• Over subscripting the network
Hub Site
ETH
ETX
Mobile Operator
Transport Network
Mobile Operator
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 65
Ensuring E2E SLA with MDD
Cell Site
Class of
Service (CoS)
Traffic Class
Conversational
Signaling
High Aggregation Site
Control
Medium
Controller
PE
Streaming
Low
Interactive &
Background
Latency
Jitter
(ms)
(ms)
Frame Loss
ETH Availability
Ratio ENB/IPNB (%)
10
2
10-5 Cell Site 99.999
Transport
Network:
25
ETH/IP/MPLS
ETH
GbE
PE
50
5
10-4
5
10-4
99.99
ENB/IPNB
99.99
Hub Site
ETH
Mobile Operator
Transport Network
Mobile Operator
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 66
E2E SLA Assurance and Service
Validation with MDD
Cell Site
Delay, Jitter, Packet Loss, Availability, Loopbacks
ETH
ETX
ENB/IPNB
Aggregation Site
Cell Site
Transport
Controller
ITU-T Y.1731 (PM)
ETX
GbE
Operator
A
Network:
PE
ETH/IP/MPLS
Operator B
PE
ETX
ETH
ENB/IPNB
IEEE 802.3ag (CFM)
IEEE 802.3ah
Hub Site
ETH
ETX
Mobile Operator
Transport Network
Mobile Operator
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 67
Network Oversubscription with
MDD
Cell Site
Classification
according to
flow key:
CIR:
Flow: Data
1.2.5
VLAN
Mbps
2. P bit
3. DSCP
Aggregation
Site Flow:
Voice
4. IP address
CIR: 5. MAC address
CIR:
10 ports
Mbps
6. UDP
Flow: Mgt.
2.5 Mbps 7. EtherType
2.5 Mbps
8. Combination
ETX
Flow:
Controller
Clock
CIR:
Flow
2.5 Mbps Mapping Flows
Classification
CIR/EIR
Policing
Flow:
Video
to Queues
WFQ,
SP
WRED
CIR/EIR
Policing
CIR/EIR
Policing
PE
CIR/EIR
ETH/IP/MPLS
Policing
WFQ,
SP
WRED
PE
EVC2
Cell Site
EIR:
2.5 Mbps
CIR/EIR
Transport
Policing
Network:
Bandwidth profile
per flow
PIR=CIR + EIR
ETH
CIR:
ETX
2.5ENB/IPNB
Mbps
EIR:
Shaping
EIR:
2.5 Mbps
EVC1
CIR:
2.5 Mbps
2.5 Mbps
WFQ
PIR:
GbE
CIR:
5.0 Mbps
2.5
Mbps
Shaping
ETH
10 Mbps
ETX
Smooth the
egress traffic
Prioritization for CoS
assurance
CIR:
2.5
Mbps
EVCn
CIR:
EIR:
2.5 Mbps
2.5 Mbps
ENB/IPNB
2nd Scheduling
Hierarchy
CIR:
2.5
PIR:Mbps
5.0 Mbps
EIR:
2.5 Mbps
Hub Site
EIR:
2.5 MbpsETH
ETX
Mobile Operator
Transport Network
Mobile Operator
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 68
Provide Timing Services with
MDD
Sync-E Clock
Source
IEEE 1588-2008
Grandmaster Clock
Transport Network
Cell Site
ETH
ETX
eNodeB / Base
station
ENB/IPNB
Adaptive
1PPS
Cell Site2 /10 MHz
Aggregation Site
1588-2008
Sync-E
Controller
ETX
T1/E1/OC3/DSL
PE
Transport
Network:
ETH/IP/MPLS
ETH
GbE
PE
ETX
1588-2008
ENB/IPNBSync-E
T1/E1/STM-1
Mobile Demarcation Device - MDD
Hub Site
ETH
ETX
Mobile Operator
Transport Network
Mobile Operator
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 69
Diverse MBH Solution
• Diverse MBH solution is needed for
– Extending mobile coverage (mainly rural connectivity)
– Line extension
– Converting media
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 70
Diverse Application:
Extending the Mobile Coverage
BTS Site
ETH
Fiber
extension
ETH
Optimux/IPMux
Ethernet
E1/T1
TDM
IP Node
B
BTS
RNC
PoP
BTS Site
STM-1/OC-3c
MP-4100
BSC
n x E1/T1
SONET/
SDH
Bonded Copper
extension
n x E1/T1
ASMi
Ethernet
E1/T1
TDM
IP Node
B
BTS
Sub-6 GHz Wireless
extension
BTS Site
Ethernet
Airmux
Customer Benefits:
Winning Points:
• End-to-end RAD solution for any infrastructure
• MP-4100 with dual uplink
• Best cost per Mbps solution
• ASMi – 2.6km with up to 22Mbps
Airmux
E1/T1
TDM
IP Node
B
BTS
• Optimux – transparent TDM and independent clocking support
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 71
Diverse Application:
ASMi-54 as Mini-DSLAM
BTS
ASMi-54L
E1
2w
5.7 Mbps
ETH
BSC
BTS
ASMi-54L
TDM
4 E1
Node B
E1
2w
ASMi-54
5.7 Mbps
BTS
ETH
Node B
ASMi-54L
E1
2w
4 ETH
PSN
5.7 Mbps
ETH
Node B
BTS
RNC
ASMi-54L
E1
2w
5.7 Mbps
ETH
Node B
Feature list:
• Up to 4 x E1 & 4 x ETH ports with combined throughput of up to 22 Mbps
• Multipoint capabilities up to 4 modems at the remote site
• QoS, stacking and stripping
• Wide range of management options
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 72
Diverse Application
MBH with DSL Chain
ASMi-54
ASMi-54
ETH
SHDSL
ETH
ASMi-54
SHDSL
ETH
ASMi-54
ETH
5.7 Mbps
Customer Needs:
• Connecting message sign and road
barrier system to stop the traffic in case
of an emergency
• Video camera connectivity for security
and control
PSN
Access
Network
Customer Benefits:
• Manageable single unit
• Maximized copper line – High
bandwidth over single pair
• Video camera connectivity for
security and control
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 73
Diverse Application: Unlicensed
MW with Standard TDM PWE
Airmux
Outdoor
Cell Site
ETH
Controller Site
Airmux
Airmux with
Integrated IPmux
NodeB
4 x E1
BTS
Gmux/IPmux-155
3rd Party
BSC
n x E1/T1
CH-STM-1
OC-3
PSN
ETH
RNC
Airmux
Airmux
Outdoor
Cell Site
ETH
Airmux with
Integrated IPmux
NodeB
4 x E1
BTS
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 74
Diverse Application:
MBH over MW Ring
IPmux/ETX
ETH
TDM
Fiber
Airmux
Airmux
Airmux
PoE
ETH
TDM
Airmux
Airmux
PoE
G.8032 Ring
Airmux
IPmux/ETX
IPmux/ETX
PoE
Airmux
PoE
ETH
TDM
PoE
Airmux
PoE
IPmux/ETX
ETH
TDM
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 75
Diverse Application:
Backhauling of 2G over PSN
IPmux-4L/A
E1
2G BTS
BSC
n x E1
IPmux-155
ETH
CH-STM-1
ETH
PSN
ETH
IPmux-4L/A
E1
2G BTS
Customer Benefits:
Winning Points:
• OPEX/CAPEX savings by backhauling 2G over
Ethernet
• Savings in external sync sources by using
built-in synchronization solution over PSN
• Best cost/performance solution in
the market for backhauling of 2G
over packet network
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 76
Diverse Application: Backhauling
of 2G and 3G using MiTOP
Sync-E/1588
BSC
Gmux/
IPmux-155
3rd Party
E1/T1/E3/T3
E1/T1/E3/T3
n x E1/T1
BTS
ETH
CH-STM-1
OC-3
RNC
ETH
ETH
NB
ETH
PSN
ETH
E1/T1/E3/T3
ETH
BTS
ETH
NB
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 77
Diverse Application:
Backhauling of 2G/3G over PDH/SDH
n x T1
RICi-16
T3
Cisco
Egate-100
RNC
GbE
BSC
4 x E1/T1
FE
ADM
Central Office
STM-1/OC-3c
or 3 x DS-3
Node B
BTS
E1/T1 (Voice)
SDH/
SONET
DXC
n x E1/T1
IP Node B or
WiMAX
RICi-16E1/16T1
STM-1/OC-3
FE
Data
ADM
n x E1/T1
RICi-16E1/16T1
IP Node B
FE
Data
E1/T1 (Voice)
Applicable for
Customer Benefits
Winning Points
• Transport providers
• Flexible bandwidth allocation with
circuit bonding
• Support both ML-PPP and GFP
• Self build mobile operators (mainly
when SONET/SDH/PDH microwave
is used
• Interoperability with Cisco
• MEF certified solution
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 78
Diverse Application:
IP-NodeB over PDH Microwave
MiRIC
PDH MW
E1/T1
ADM
IP NodeB
RNC
GbE
Egate-100
Ch-STM-1
SDH/
SONET
PDH MW
ADM
E1/T1
RICi
IP NodeB
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 79
MBH Case Studies
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 80
Claro, Guatemala – 2G+3G Cellular
Backhauling over Ethernet
Customer Benefits:
• Simplicity
• Cost effective solution on single platform
• Adequate price performance
RAD Advantages:
• Long term relation with the customer
•Flexible solution with progressive traffic
concentration
• Possibility to add pseudowire for adding
TDM concentration
BSC
MSC
Metro ETH
MPLS
ETX-102/201
ETX-102/201
FE/GbE
ETX-102/201
FE/GbE FO
FE/GbE
FE/GbE
BTS
Node B
FE/GbE FO
FE/GbE
FE/GbE
BTS
Node B
FE/GbE
FE/GbE
BTS
Node B
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 81
Telefonica, Nicaragua – Cellular
Backhauling using IPmux Ring
Customer Benefits:
• High resiliency, easy replacement of
obsolete SDH access ring without fiber re-layout
RAD Advantage:
• Up to 16 nodes in a ring, with sub 50ms
switching time
• The ring control messages are running
over a dedicated reserved VLANs
Gmux-2000
BSC
n x E1
E1s
Metro ETH
MPLS
ETH
IPmux-216
IPmux-24A
GbE
Ring
E1s
A
E1s
IPmux-24A
IPmux-24A
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 82
Edatel: Ethernet Ring Topology for
Ethernet and TDM – PoC
Customer Benefits:
• Same provider for nodes with and without circuits
• OPEX savings by reducing the number of FO links
but keeping protection
ETX-26
RAD Advantage:
• Standard G.8032, allowing coexistence of ETX
and IPMUX in the same ring
• Future proof solution for migration to full
packet switching
Cell Sites (Nodes B + BTS + LTE)
and Corporate Sites
4 x FE
Cell Site
4 x FE +
1 x GbE
Central Site
IPmux-155L
IPmux-4L/A
Cell + Corporate Site
GbE Ring
G.8032
GbE, FE
4 x E1
1+1 STM-1
PBX and VoIP
SDH
ETX-26
4 x FE
Cell Site
Note: Under Homologation
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 83
Vodafone, Portugal – Mobile
Backhaul over DSL and PSN
Customer Benefits:
• L2 transport and Carrier Ethernet QoS capabilities
• Standard Ethernet over SHDSL with EFM bonding
• Mid-band capacity up to 22.8 Mbps
• E1 over SHDSL in the same device
• High quality NTR support
RAD Advantage:
• All-in-one device: CapEx savings
• No need for dedicated E1 LL: OpEx savings
• Ethernet over DSL expertise
• Synchronization and ToP expertise
NTR Clock over
SHDSL
Cisco Cell site
RNC
IP DSLAM
Cisco 7600
LA-210
PSN
MWR 2941
ETH
E1
Node B
1558V2
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 84
Vodafone , Germany
HSDPA Offload over DSL
Customer Benefits:
• Take advantage of widespread copper infrastructure
• Utilize scalable, cost-effective broadband transport services
• Reduce transport costs for data traffic
• Ensure QoS for voice traffic
RAD Advantage:
• Interoperability with ALU MSAN
DSLAMs
• Future proof solutions support
migration to PSN
E1 UNI
3G RNC
Voice Traffic
STM-1
ATM
ATM
Transport
Network
DSLAM
ACE-3220
ADSL2+
Up to 4 x E1 ATM
3G Node B
HSDPA Traffic
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 85
Summary – EtherAccess for
Mobile Backhaul Market Segment
• Mobile broadband drives the operators to shift from TDM
to Ethernet backhaul
• Most of the additional bandwidth will be transported over
packet-based network
• Operators will require more than just buying big pipes
• RAD’s MBH portfolio is based on CSG, MDD and diverse
solutions, which is, cost-effective and premium intelligent
solution
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 86
Thank You
For Your
Attention
www.rad.com
Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 87

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