FTTH/FTTB Basics & Solutions

Report
KEYMILE
MileGate
in optical and copper based networks 2011
Contents
Motivation – Why FTTx?
The right Architectures for FTTx
The KEYMILE Solution FTTH/FTTB
The KEYMILE Solution FTTC/FTTE
Voice Services
Conclusion
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WHY FTTX?
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Internet Data Growth  Capacity demanding Applications
 Mid 2007: YouTube utilization takes in average
ca. 50 Petabytes per month which is about 7%
of the US wide Internet traffic
 All "legacy" transmissions, cableTV and radio
took in total appr. 75 Petabytes in the year 2007
(per year)
 Online backup service offers exists today
for end customers with significant capacity
demand (1&1 Germany, 1 Terabyte)
Source: Discovery Institute, 2008
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Growth of Internet Data Capacity intensive applications
 Mid 2009: Google announced
new operating system Chrome
OS.
 Google favors Web Services,
most applications are only
available at online servers and
require fast internet access
 Advantage: Computing
performance is independent from
customer device (targets small
devices),
 Disadvantage: performance is
dependent on fast internet
access
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The Nielsen Law of Internet Connectivity
Internet
connectivity
(in bps)
100,000,000
10,000,000
ADSL2plus
16 Mbps
1,000,000
100,000
 Access rates of high-end user
increases by 50% each year
ISDN
144 kbps
10,000
1,000
100
10
analogue modem
300 bps
1
1980
1985
1990
1995
2000
2005
2010
2015
Source: Jakob Nielsen http://www.useit.com/alertbox/980405,html
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Bandwidth demand of a Household over the next Years
Service
2010
2013
2016
Voice
POTS/ISDN
128 kbps
POTS / ISDN (VoIP)
400 kbps
HD Voice
< 2 Mbps
Video/TV
2 SDTV-Streams with
4 Mbps per stream
1 HDTV-Stream with
15 Mbps
3 HDTV-Stream with
ca. 15 Mbps per stream
3
3 HDTV-Streams (Full HD
Blu-Ray) with
25 Mbps per stream
High Speed
Internet Access
3 Mbps
10 Mbps
100 Mbps
Total Bandwidth per
Household
25 - 30 Mbps
80 - 100 Mbps
150 - 200 Mbps
To provide Triple Play Services in 2016 means,
150 Mbps per household need to be calculated!
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THE RIGHT ARCHITECTURE FOR FTTX?
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Investment Share of active Technology
15%
5%
Share of investment costs for a
typical optical fibre network in
Europe with earth cabling
3%
Optical
fibre infrastructureAccess
access
Glasfaserinfrastruktur
12%
Subscriber
connection (only
Teilnehmeranschluss
(nur
house
connection)
Hausanschluss)
Installation
Central
Office
Installation
central
office
65%
Material
costs optical
fibre
Materialkosten
Glasfaser
Active
equipment
Aktives
Equipment
 80% of the investment costs are independent of the used technology
 Active equipment plays only a minor role regarding the investment costs for a optical fibre
infrastructure
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FTTH/FTTB PON Architecture
ACCESS NETWORK
Optical Line Termination
(OLT)
Packet network
Passive optical
splitter
3,000 - 5,000
Subscriber
BACKBONE
16 - 128
Subscriber
 Advantages
Lower costs for investments in
Infrastructure due to passive splitters
 Disadvantages
 No lasting optical fibre architecture
 Point-to-point leads to further
investments

SUBSCRIBER
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FTTH/FTTB Point-to-Point Architecture
ACCESS NETWORK
Aggregation
Switch
Packet network
Optical
DSLAM
2,000 - 10,000
Subscriber
200 - 2,000
Subscriber
BACKBONE
10 GbE
 Advantages
Future-proof optical fibre structure
with simple upgrade potential
 Disadvantage
 Higher initial investment

100Base-FX/GbE
SUBSCRIBER
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Deployment Trends in Western Europe
 More than 80% of all FTTH/FTTB subscribers are
based on Ethernet PtP
P2P Ethernet
PON
 FTTx Subscribers 12/2008

80.8% subscribers on Ethernet PtP

19.2% subscribers on PON
81%
19%
Source: IDATE for FTTH Council Europe 02/2009
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THE KEYMILE SOLUTION
FTTH/FTTB
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The KEYMILE Solution
Central Location – MileGate + SUEN3
Central Location – MileGate + SUEN4
New FTTH boards in preparation
Street Cabinet Solutions
FTTB, VDSL Distribution – MileGate 2011
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Broadband via optical fibre means implementing FTTx network architectures
FTTH
FTTB
Fiber-To-The-Home
Fiber-To-The-Building
FTTC
METRO
Node
Fiber-To-The-Curb
METRO
Node
FTTE
Gigabit
Ethernet
(Central Office)
METRO
Node
METRO
Node
Gigabit
Ethernet
ADSL
SHDSL
ADSL2plus
VDSL2
ADSL2plus
VDSL2
MileGate 2500
MileGate 2300
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Gigabit
Ethernet
MileGate 2300
with SUENx
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In-house
DSL
MileGate 2500
MileGate 2300
MileGate 2011
THE KEYMILE SOLUTION
CENTRAL LOCATION
MILEGATE + SUEN3
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FTTH Network with MileGate and SUEN3
ACCESS
METRO/REGIONAL
NETWORK
Cable TV Signal
SUBSCRIBER
POTS or
ISDN Telephony
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3333
S0 or POTS
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METRO
Node
GbE
FTTH CPE
CATV
(Coax)
Optical
Ethernet
4 x Ethernet
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Core Network
SUEN3: FTTH optical Ethernet line card
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SUEN3 Introduction
 SUEN3 is tailored for Fiber-to-the-Home
applications
 24 SFF-based (Small Form Factor) 1 GbE line
interfaces
 Single fibre operation: only one fibre required per
subscriber
 RF overlay for analogue or digital CATV over the
same fibre
 Indoor and outdoor operation
 SUEN3 can be operated in the following subracks

MileGate 2500
 MileGate 2300
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Technical Data of SUEN3 (1/2)
 Physical front interface

24 port active Ethernet
 SFF based (GbE) subscriber interfaces
 24 x 1000Base-BX10
 100Mbps and GbE configurable

Optical input for broadcast CATV signal
 Protocols/Features
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IPoE, PPPoE
DHCP relay agent (option 82) and
PPPoE intermediate agent
IGMP snooping
VLAN tagging 802.1q
VLAN tag stacking 802.1ad (provider bridge)
User port isolation
Technical Date of SUEN3 (2/2)
 State-of-the Art design – low power consumption of
40 W
 Supports standard compliant 1000Base-BX10 CPEs
 Wavelength

Upstream: 1310 nm
 Downstream: 1490 nm
 CATV:
1550 nm
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Migration Scenario for TV Services
IPTV, VoD
Cable TV
Internet Access
Cable TV
FTTH
Internet Access
CATV
Internet
Time
Phase 1: Operator
without IPTV
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Phase 2: Operator with IPTV
and Video on Demand (VoD)
SUEN3 BASICS
RF OVERLAY
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Television Service on Fibre-To-The-Home Networks
 IPTV – With IPTV, the video signal is transmitted via
Ethernet/IP using Multicast. IPTV supports video
broadcast and Video on Demand. It requires a
complete IPTV infrastructure (Content rights,
Servers, distribution) and substantial bandwidth:
up to 15 Mbps per HDTV channel.
 Cable TV (CATV) – The ‘classical’ cable TV can be
 On Fibre-To-The-Home (FTTH)
networks, television service can be
delivered using different
technologies
transmitted as an analogue or digital signal over
the fibre network. At the customer site it is
converted back to an electric signal and connected
to the existing coax cabling. Unlike IPTV, CATV
carries the full number of TV channels (standard or
HD resolution) to every outlet in the home. CATV
can be transmitted in two ways

Separate fibre for the RF CATV signal
 RF overlay
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RF Overlay Overview
 RF (Radio Frequency) overlay is the parallel
transmission of an additional signal using a
separate wavelength on a single optical fiber
 In residential telecom networks RF Overlay is
commonly used to broadcast an analog or digital
CATV signal in parallel to the Ethernet/IP link used
for Internet access
 RF Overlay is based on Wavelength Division
Multiplexing and requires optical couplers and
splitters on both sides of the link
 RF Overlay can be used on both Active Optical
Networks (AON) and Passive Optical Networks
(PON)
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RF Overlay on MileGate/SUEN3
 The optical CATV broadcast signal
(1550nm) is fed into to multiple output
optical amplifier
 The amplified optical signal is passed
on to the SUEN3 CATV input
 On the on-board WDM module the
CATV signal is combined with the
bidirectional Ethernet signal (Rx: 1310
nm/Tx: 1490 nm)
 There is no processing of the broadcast
CATV signal, the SUEN3 is fully
transparent for CATV
 The Ethernet/IP traffic is carried via
COGE and the backplane to the SUEN3
switch and the optical transceivers
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Comparison: External vs. Integrated RF Overlay
SWITCHED SHOULD BE IN THE OFF ‘O’ POSITION TO INSTALL /
REMOVE POWER SUPPLIES. FASTENERS MUST BE FULLY ENGAGED
PRIOR TO OPERATING POWER SUPPLY
SWITCHED SHOULD BE IN THE OFF ‘O’ POSITION TO INSTALL /
REMOVE POWER SUPPLIES. FASTENERS MUST BE FULLY ENGAGED
PRIOR TO OPERATING POWER SUPPLY
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POE ENABLED
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FAN OK
INPUT 2
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Catalyst
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POWER OVER
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GIGABIT ETHERNET
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GIGABIT ETHERNET
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UPLINKS
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USB
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Cable Tray
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 Space required 12 RU
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 Space Requirement MileGate/SUEN3
POE
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POWER OVER
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384 Ports
 Space required 23 RU (Rack Unit)
 -> 16.7 Ports / RU
USB
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10GBASF - 1 X4
ACTIVE
EJECT
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POWER OVER
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SSSSSSSSSSCSSSSSSSSSS
UUUUUUUUUUOUUUUUUUUUU
E E E E E E E EMileGate2500
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WS-X45-Sup6-E
 Space Requirement Cisco 4510
INPUT 1
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WS-X4648-RJ45V+E
POWER OVER
ETHERNET
Heat Deflection
OUTPUT FAIL
OUTPUT FAIL
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Top View on SUEN3
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Front Side View of MileGate 2500 equipped with SUEN3
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THE KEYMILE SOLUTION
CENTRAL LOCATION
MILEGATE + SUEN4
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FTTx Network Overview – Application with MileGate 2500 and SUEN4
METRO
REGIONAL NETWORK
ACCESS NETWORK
Backbone
S
U
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N
4
TV
IPTV
up to
480 Ports
4 x Ethernet
FTTH
CPE
POTS
Internet
Telephony
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C
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E
1
GbE
SUEN4: Optical GbE without integrated CATV Overlay
 SUEN4 is the solution for FTTH applications, where
CATV is not required
 No integrated WDM module
 Ethernet feature set Identical to the SUEN3
 24 SFF based optical interfaces (Small Form
Factor)
 1 GbE line interfaces, configurable for 100 or 1‘000
Mbps
 Laser compatible with BKtel’s external WDM
solution
 Indoor and outdoor operation
 SUEN4 can be deployed in the following subracks

MileGate 2500
 MileGate 2300
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New FTTH boards in preparation (available end of year 2011)
SUE12
Enhanced Ethernet Switching Card / SUE12
- 12 optical ports GbE/100BaseFX SFP based
- 1GbE backplane access,
- 10GbE backplane access, useable with future SW upgrade
- Enhanced Ethernet Switching card with Enhanced switching functionality
- HW prepared for Synchronous Ethernet, useable with future SW upgrade
- IPv6 ready hardware
- Very low power consumption with advanced power saving mode
SUE16
Enhanced Ethernet Switching Card / SUE16
- 24 optical port cost optimized FTTH solution for residential broadband
- Based on cSFPs (FE or GbE)
- 1GbE backplane access
- 10GbE backplane access, useable with future SW upgrade
- IPv6 ready hardware
- Very low power consumption with advanced power saving mode
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THE KEYMILE SOLUTION
STREET CABINET - OUTDOOR
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KEYMILE FTTH/FTTB Street Cabinet Solutions
KEYMILE offers together with partners complete
street cabinet solutions for outdoor installation
 For up to 1,920 subscriber per cabinet
 Heat management
 Different solutions for fibre handling
 Splice cassettes
 Cable Trays
 Patch fields
 Incl. Cable-TV overlay
 Power supply
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Example: MileGate 2500 + ADC Krone – Street Cabinet Solution for 960 Subscribers
A
B
C
D
E
A 1x 19“/ETSI bay to house
MileGate SUEN3 and DC power
supply
B 1x Patch cable excess length
storage
C 2x profile frame with 24 x profile
termination module 24 LC ports
= 576 LC ports
D 1x Mounting frame with 80 SE
splice cassettes = 960 splices
E 1x fibre termination rack
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THE KEYMILE SOLUTION
FTTB, VDSL DISTRIBUTION
MILEGATE 2011
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MileGate 2011 – Technical Data (1/3)
 MileGate 2011 is a FTTB VDSL2 NTU (Network
Termination Unit) with VDSL2 customer interfaces
 MileGate 2011 is a Micro-DSLAM between both
access network segments

the optical fibre to the building
 the in-house copper cabling
 8 VDSL2 interfaces

VDSL2 over POTS and over ISDN in one unit
 VDSL2 acc. ITU-T G.993.2 Annex-B (Europe)

Bandplans 997 and 998 and extensions
 Profiles 8a, 8b, 8c, 8d, 12a, 12b, 17a, 30a
 DPBO (Downstream Power Backoff) per E-side
length configuration
 Bit swapping, SRA* (Seamless Rate Adaption) and
virtual noise
* with ESW Rel. 2 (Mid of 2010)
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MileGate 2011 – Technical Data (2/3)
 Line test functions:

DELT supported
 SELT not supported (makes no sense for FTTB
applications)
 Trunk interfaces

2 Gigabit Ethernet SFP slots
 2 electrical RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet interfaces
 Network Topologies

Star
 Subtending
 Ring (with aggregation switch)
 RSTP/LACP support
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MileGate 2011 – Technical Data (3/3)
 Wall mounted – Cellars (-5 to 45 °C)
 Integrated power supply (115 – 230 V AC)
 No forced ventilation required
 Locking mechanism
 Optional use of BATON locks enabled
 Power consumption (~ 50 W)
 Integrated POTS / ISDN splitter module (optional)

POTS 600Ohms
 POTS/ISDN combination
 Support of CATV O2E optical receiver module
(optional)

Integrated into the housing
 Including integrated DC-power supply
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MileGate 2011 – FTTB Architecture with Cable TV Overlay and legacy Voice
Core Network
Ethernet/IPData
nx
VDSL2
+ POTS
V–
V+
RF-Overlay
P–
P+
CATV +
Ethernet/IP
over one single
optical fiber
CATV
Signal
V–
V+
P–
P+
V–
V+
P–
P+
PSTN
MileGate 2011
POTS/ISDN
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existing
In-house-CoaxCabeling
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MileGate 2011 – Prototype Pictures
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THE KEYMILE SOLUTION
FTTC/FTTE
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Broadband via optical Fibre in FTTx Architectures
FTTH
FTTB
Fiber-To-The-Home
Fiber-To-The-Building
FTTC
METRO
Node
Fiber-To-The-Curb
METRO
Node
FTTE
Gigabit
Ethernet
(Central Office)
METRO
Node
METRO
Node
Gigabit
Ethernet
ADSL
SHDSL
ADSL2plus
VDSL2
ADSL2plus
VDSL2
MileGate 25x0
MileGate 23x0
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Gigabit
Ethernet
MileGate 23x0
with SUENx
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In-house
DSL
MileGate 25x0
MileGate 23x0
MileGate 2011
The KEYMILE Solution
Broadband Applications ADSL/2/2+
Broadband Applications VDSL2
Broadband Applications SHDSL ATM/EFM
New xDSL Boards in Preparation
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THE KEYMILE SOLUTION
Broadband Applications ADSL/2/2+
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Introduction SUAD3/SUAD4
 MileGate SUAD3 and SUAD4 are high density




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ADSL2plus line cards for MileGate
Each offers 48 ADSL2plus ports (ADSL2 and ADSL
is also supported)
Two versions are available
 SUAD3 for ADSL2plus over POTS (ADSL/2/2plus
Annex-A)
 SUAD4 for ADSL2plus over ISDN (ADSL/2/2plus
Annex-B)
The line cards are optimised for
 high-speed broadband access and
 Triple Play applications
SUAD3/4 are supported by the following subracks
 MileGate 2500
 MileGate 2300
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Main Features of SUAD3/SUAD4
 Highest bandwidth with up to 27 Mbps on a single








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copper pair
Support of pair bonding (SUAD3) with two copper
pairs
Up to 960 ADSL2plus ports per subrack
Upstream and downstream power backoff and also
operator definable PSDs
QoS functions for secure data transmission and
precise scheduling
Enables (even multiple) IPTV in high definition due
to highest bandwidth and multicast function
State of the art design – very low power
consumption
Compatible with standard CPEs
Compatible 48 port splitter available
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Introduction SUAD5
 SUAD5 is high density ADSL2plus line card for
MileGate
 SUAD5 offers 64 ADSL2plus ports (ADSL2 and
ADSL is also supported)
 The line cards is optimised for
 high-speed broadband access and
 Triple Play applications
 SUAD5 is supported by the following subracks
 MileGate 2510/2500
 MileGate 2310/2300
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Main Features of SUAD5
 Highest bandwidth with up to 27 Mbps on a single







copper pair
Support of pair bonding with up to 54 Mbps on two
copper pairs *
Up to 1280 ADSL2plus ports per subrack
Upstream and downstream power backoff and also
operator definable PSDs
QoS functions for secure data transmission and
precise scheduling
Enables (even multiple) IPTV in high definition due
to highest bandwidth and multicast function
State of the art design – very low power
consumption
Compatible with standard CPEs
* Per ESW Update in Release 2
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SUAD3/4 – High-speed Access for Triple Play
Internet
Soft
Switch
METRO
Node
GbE
Telephony
Splitter
CPE
ADSL
ADSL2
ADSL2plus
Video
Server
S
U
A
D
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METRO/REGIONAL
NETWORK
Optimised for Triple Play
High bandwidth, Multicast and QoS
@
ACCESS
WWW/
Online Gaming
Video/TV
SUBSCRIBER
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SUAD3 – ADSL2plus Pair Bonding
ADSL2plus – bonding
Triple Play (Video) on
longer loops or even more
increased bandwidth
2 Pair
 ADSL
 ADSL2
 ADSL2plus
Bonding
CPE
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3
Gigabit
Ethernet
METRO
Node
SUAD3: ADSL/ADSL2/ADSL2plus
Video
METRO/REGIONAL
NETWORK
ACCESS
SUBSCRIBER
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Video,
TV
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SUAD3 - ADSL2plus/POTS COMBO Solution and VoIP Media Gateway
COMBO ADSL2plus and
POTS without CO splitter
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POTSTelephony
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2
Core Network
Gigabit
Ethernet
METRO
Node
Soft
Switch
H.248 or
SIP
Voice
POTS & ADSL2plus
OnlineGaming
SUPC4: 48 POTS COMBO ports
IPSx2: H.248 or SIP
Splitter
METRO/REGIONAL
NETWORK
CPE
@
ACCESS
SUBSCRIBER
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THE KEYMILE SOLUTION
Broadband Applications VDSL2
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Introduction SUVD3/SUVD4
 MileGate SUVD3 and SUVM4 are high-speed VDSL2
line cards for MileGate
 Each line card offers 32 VDSL2 ports with
ADSL/2/2plus fallback capability
 Two versions are available


SUVD3 for VDSL2 over POTS (ADSL/2/2plus Annex-A)
SUVM4 for VDSL2 over ISDN (ADSL/2/2plus Annex-B)
 The line cards are optimised for both



High-speed residential Triple Play applications and
FTTC (Fibre-to-the-Curb): VDSL2 out of a street cabinet
Symmetrical broadband business services
 SUVD3/SUVM4 are supported by the following
subracks


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MileGate 2500
MileGate 2300
Main Features of SUVD3/SUVM4 (1/2)
 Highest bandwidth with up to 80 Mbps
 Up to 640 VDSL2 ports per subrack
 Support of a wide set of bandplans and profiles

For highest bandwidth (17 MHz profiles) to long
reach (8 MHz and 12 MHz profiles)
 Symmetrical or asymmetrical transmission
(profiles/bandplans)
 Profile auto selection support
 ADSL/2/2plus fallback mode with automatic
detection if VDSL2 or ADSL/2/plus CPE is
connected
 Various line test functions
 SELT (Single Ended Line Test)
 DELT (Double Ended Line Test)
 MELT* (Metallic Line Test)
*MELT supported with SUVM4 firmware release 2
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Main Features of SUVD3/SUVD4 (2/2)
 Upstream and downstream power backoff and also
operator definable PSDs
 VLAN and QoS functions for secure data
transmission and precise scheduling
 Enables (even multiple) IPTV in high definition due
to highest bandwidth and multicast function
 State of the art design – very low power
consumption
 Compatible with standard CPEs
 Compatible VDSL2 splitter available
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SUVD3/SUVM4 – FTTC very high-speed Access for Triple Play with MileGate 2500
Internet
Soft
Switch
METRO
Node
GbE
Video
Server
S
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x
Telephony
Splitter
METRO/REGIONAL
NETWORK
VDSL2
VDSL2 CPE
32 ports VDSL2 line card
Optimised for Video –> 2-stage Multicast
@
ACCESS
Broadband
Internet
Video/TV
SUBSCRIBER
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SUVD3/SUVM4 – Universal Technology with ADSL Fallback Mode
Internet
Auto detection of VDSL2
or ADSL/2/2plus CPE
Soft
Switch
METRO
Node
GbE
Video
Server
Telephony
Splitter
CPE
@
METRO/REGIONAL
NETWORK
Customer´s CPE

ADSL/2/2plus for long loops or
“Silver” contract user

VDSL2 for short/medium loops
or “Gold” contract user
SUBSCRIBER
March 2011
VDSL2 or
ADSL/2/2plus
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ACCESS
SUVD3/SUVM4 – Auto Profile/PSD for optimised Transmission
METRO/REGIONAL
NETWORK
S
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C
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1
Core Network
METRO
Node
GbE
VDSL2
ACCESS
CPE
Profile auto selection support
 Set of Bandplan, Profile and PSD mask
 3 parallel sets supported
 SUVDx automatically selects based on
CPE support and line conditions
SUBSCRIBER
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THE KEYMILE SOLUTION
Broadband Applications SHDSL ATM/EFM
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Introduction SUSD1
 MileGate SUSD1 is a high-density SHDSL.bis
(extended G-rates) line card for MileGate
 Each unit offers 32 ports for the connection of
SHDSL (ATM) CPEs
 The unit is optimised for reliable delivery of
symmetrical business services
 Symmetrical rates of up to 11,4 Mbps are supported
 Compatible to standard CPEs
 SUSD1 is supported by the following subracks

MileGate 2500
 MileGate 2300
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Main Features of SUSD1
 Support of SHDSL.bis (extended G-rates)
 Symmetrical transmission of up to 5,7 Mbps on a
single copper pair
 Support of 4-wire mode (2-pair bonding) for
11,4 Mbps on two copper pairs
 Up to 640 SHDSL.bis ports per subrack
 QoS functions for secure data transmission and
precise scheduling
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Introduction SUSE1 (1/2)
 SUSE1 is designed for business customers,
delivering symmetrical, carrier grade Ethernet
services inside MileGate for





transparent LAN- and transparent line-services
high speed internet access
video conferencing
campus network interconnection
cellular/mobile backhaul
 SUSE1 can also be used for residential customers
when the distances to the subscriber are exceeding
the range covered by ADSL- and VDSLtechnologies
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Introduction SUSE1 (2/2)
 SUSE1 is using the SHDSL.bis EFM technology
(2BASE-TL) delivering

efficient pair bonding up to 4 pairs
 spectral compatibility and noise immunity
 simplicity due to native Ethernet-protocol
 SUSE1 is reducing CAPEX and OPEX compared to
traditional ATM- or TDM-based solutions due to

high density board integration, protocol and
bonding efficiency and SHDSL robustness
 simplified network technology (native Ethernet)
 SUSE1 is supported by the following subracks

MileGate 2500
 MileGate 2300
 Managed by MCST and UNEM R8B SP03
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Main Features of SUSE1 (1/2)
 32 ports SHDSL.bis acc. ITU-T G.991.2
Max. 640 ports in MileGate 2500 chassis
 Max. 224 ports in MileGate 2300 chassis
 Long symmetrical reach
 Spectral compatibility to other technologies
 High noise immunity (e.g. alien noise, E1/T1 disturbers)
EFM-PAF pair bonding up to 4 pairs acc. IEEE 802.3ah
 Up to 5.7 Mbps in 1 pair mode
 Up to 22.8 Mbps in 4 pair mode
 High bonding efficiency and low latency
 Traffic remains in case of line faults (when at least 1 line is
operating)
SHDSL line parameter configuration via user profiles
Ethernet business services acc. TR-101
 Transparent LAN Service (TLS)
 Private Line Service (PLS)
 Fast Internet access (IPoE)
Ethernet residential services acc. TR-101

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
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Main Features of SUSE1 (2/2)
 Service parameter configuration via user profiles
 Operation and Maintenance functions including
fault management for near- and far-end (CPE)
 performance management for near- and far-end (CPE)
 inventory management
NetClock distribution over the SHDSL line
 Reference clock provision for TDM Circuit Emulation
applications in CPE’s (to be supported by CPE)
 “Remote MileGate” synchronisation (future application)
Optional remote powering
 Powering of CPE’s (to be supported by the CPE)
 Powering of Regenerators
Support of the KEYMILE SHDSL EFM router family
together with full integration in UNEM
Support of various other SHDSL EFM CPE’s acc. KEYMILE
interoperability list

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
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SUSE1 – Virtual Networks for SME’s
MileGate
EFM
CPE
Customer
Site X
1 ... 4 x SHDSL.bis
up to 22.8 Mbps
100BaseT
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1
Ethernet
Switch
Functionality
n x GbE
Ethernet/IP
or EoS
1 ... 4 x SHDSL.bis
up to 22.8 Mbps
EFM
CPE
Customer
Site Y
100BaseT
MileGate
Transparent
LAN
n x GbE
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ONT
Customer
Site Z
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100BaseT
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Fiber
100/1000Base-Fx
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ACCESS +
METRO/
REGIONAL
NETWORK
SUSE1 – Campus Network Interconnection
EFM
CPE
Customer
Site X
S
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1
100BaseT
Transparent LAN/
Private Line
1..4x SHDSL.bis
up to 22.8 Mbps
1..4x SHDSL.bis
up to 22.8 Mbps
EFM
CPE
100BaseT
Customer
Site Y
March 2011
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New xDSL boards in preparation (available end of year 2011)
SUAM5
64-ports ADSL2plus Annex-A with MELT support / SUAM5
- Supports 64 ADSL2+ ports Annex-A with MELT support
- 1GBE backplane access
SUAM6
64-ports ADSL2plus Annex-B with MELT support / SUAM6
SUV11
- Supports 64 ADSL2+ ports Annex-B with MELT support
- 1GBE backplane access
48-ports VDSL2 Annex A Board up to 17MHz profiles / SUV11
- 1/10GBE Backplane access
- VDSL2 Bonding (?)
- ADSL/2/2plus Annex-A
- Power-Down Mode
SUV21
32-ports VDSL2 Annex A Board up to 30MHz profiles / SUV21
- 1/10GBE Backplane access
- VDSL2 Bonding (?)
- ADSL/2/2plus Annex-A
- Power-Down Mode
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New xDSL boards in preparation (available end of year 2011)
SUVM6
48-ports VDSL2 Annex B Board up to 17MHz profiles / SUVM6
SUVM8
- 1GBE Backplane access
- Up to 17MHz profiles
- VDSL2 Bonding (?)
- ADSL/2/2plus Annex-B
- Power-Down Mode
- MELT support
32-ports VDSL2 Annex B Board up to 30MHz profiles / SUVM8
- 1GBE Backplane access
- Up to 30MHz profiles
- VDSL2 Bonding (?)
- ADSL/2/2plus Annex-B
- Power-Down Mode
- MELT support
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THE KEYMILE SOLUTION
Voice Services
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Plain Old Telephone Line (POTS)
SUPM1, SUPM4/SUPC4, SUPM5/SUPC5
INTRODUCTION
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Introduction SUPM1, SUPM4/SUPC4, SUPM5/SUPC5
 The line cards provides analogue telephone (POTS)
services in MileGate
 The line cards can be installed in following
subracks

MileGate 2500/2510
 MileGate 2300/2310
 The line cards are used for

Single TDM POTS services
 TDM POTS services in combination with NGN
broadband services (Triple Play), such as
 ADSL2plus
 VDSL2
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Main Features of SUPMx/SUPCx
 Units

SUPMx provides POTS (FXS) interface
 SUPCx provides POTS (FXS) interface with onboard
DSL splitter
 Features





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Support of hot swapping
Enhanced line test functions
BORSCHT functionality: Battery feed, Overvoltage
protection, Ringing injection, Supervision, Codec,
Hybrid, Testing
Voice impedances configurable for different
countries and applications.
NGN ready in combination with the KEYMILE’s VoIP
Media Gateways
POTS Line Cards – Main Differences
Feature
SUPM1
SUPM4
SUPC4
SUPM5
SUPC5
Number of POTS interfaces
16
48
48
64
64
Number of POTS interfaces per
MileGate 23x0/25x0
96/304
288/912
288/912
384/1152
384/1152
Number of Combo* interfaces
per MileGate 23x0/25x0
No
application
144/456
144/456
192/608
192/608
Onboard DSL splitter
Extended voltage protection
for dedicated networks
+
+
+
Combo means POTS + ADSL2plus on each subscriber line
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SUPM1, SUPM4/SUPC4, SUPM5/SUPC5
APPLICATIONS
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SUPMx/SUPCx – POTS via H.248 or SIP Voice Media Gateway (VoIP)
S
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C
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Core Network
Gigabit
Ethernet
METRO
Node
Soft
Switch
H.248 or
SIP
Voice
POTS
Telephony
SUPxy: 16, 48 or 64 x POTS
IPSxy: H.248 or SIP
METRO/REGIONAL
NETWORK
ACCESS
SUBSCRIBER
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SUPMx/SUPCx – TDM Voice via V5.1/V5.2 interfaces
S
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V5.1 interface
n x E1 V5.2 interface
TDM Network
POTS Telephony
METRO/REGIONAL
NETWORK
SUPxy: 16, 48 or 64 x POTS
PCOMx: V5.1/V5.2 protocol converter
LOMI8: E1 interfaces
1
2
ACCESS
SUBSCRIBER
16/48/64
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SUPCx – POTS and ADSL2plus Services via H.248 or SIP Voice Media Gateway
S
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POTSTelephony
S
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I
P
S
x
y
C
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x
Core Network
Gigabit
Ethernet
METRO
Node
Soft
Switch
H.248 or
SIP
Voice
POTS & ADSL
OnlineGaming
SUPCx: 48 or 64 x POTS with
integrated splitter
IPSxy: H.248 or SIP
Splitter
ADSL
modem
METRO/REGIONAL
NETWORK
STB
@
ACCESS
SUBSCRIBER
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SUPxy – MELCAS Voice via E1 Links
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8
TDM Network
n x E1
MELCAS Voice
POTS Telephony
SUPxy: 16, 48 or 64 x POTS
LOMI8: E1 interfaces
1
METRO/REGIONAL
NETWORK
2
ACCESS
SUBSCRIBER
16/48/64
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Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN)
SUIQ1/SUIT1
INTRODUCTION
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Introduction SUIQ1/SUIT1
 The line card provides digital telephony services
(ISDN) in MileGate
 Two versions are available

SUIQ1 (16 ISDN-BA interfaces with 2B1Q line
coding)
 SUIT1 (16 ISDN-BA interfaces with 4B3T line
coding)
 The line cards can be installed in following
subracks

MileGate 2500
 MileGate 2300
 The line cards are used for

deployment of ISDN-only connections or
 deployment of ISDN in combination with NGN
broadband services (Triple Play)
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Main Features of SUIQ1/SUIT1
 SUIQ1 provides
16 ISDN-BA interfaces using the 2B1Q line code
 Performance monitoring of the access digital section
 SUIT1 provides
 16 ISDN-BA interfaces using the 4B3T line code
 Leased line mode
 Remote power feeding of an optional regenerator
 SUIQ1/SUIT1 provides
 Up to 304 ISDN-BA interfaces per subrack
 Enhanced Line Test functions
 Remote power feeding of NT1
 Support of hot swapping
 Input and output overvoltage protection aaccording to ITUT K.20
 NGN ready in combination with the KEYMILE’s VoIP media
gateways

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SUIQ1/SUIT1 – ISDN via Voice Media Gateway (VoIP)
S
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C
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1
I
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2
Core Network
Gigabit
Ethernet
METRO
Node
Soft
Switch
H.248 or
SIP
Voice
ISDN Telephony
Core Network
SUIx1: ISDN-BA line card
IPSx2: H.248 or SIP media gateway
1
METRO/REGIONAL
NETWORK
2
SUBSCRIBER
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ACCESS
16
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SUIQ1/SUIT1 – TDM Voice via V5.2 Links
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TDM Network
n x E1 V5.2-Links
ISDNTelephony
SUIx1:
ISDN-BA line card
PCOM1: V5.2 protocol converter
LOMI8: E1 line card
1
METRO/REGIONAL
NETWORK
2
SUBSCRIBER
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ACCESS
16
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SUIQ1/SUIT1 – ISDN and ADSL2plus Services via VoIP Media Gateway
S
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2
ISDN
Telephony
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1
I
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2
C
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1
Core Network
Gigabit
Ethernet
METRO
Node
Soft
Switch
H.248 or
SIP
Splitter
Voice
ISDN & ADSL
OnlineGaming
SUIx1: ISDN-BA line card
IPSx2: H.248 or SIP media gateway
Splitter
METRO/REGIONAL
NETWORK
ADSL
modem
@
ACCESS
SUBSCRIBER
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CONCLUSION
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Conclusion
 FTTx investments are mandatory to ensure
operators’ revenues
 FTTB/FTTH point-to-point is the network
architecture of the future
 PtP Ethernet technology offers the best scalability
and is future proof for a FTTB/FTTH point-to-point
applications
 For a sustainable fibre network strategy PtP
Ethernet delivers cost effective solutions.
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