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1 Fibre Access in MUSE: An E2E Approach to Achieve BB for All ECOC 2004, Stockholm

2 ECOC 2004 Mo3.1.1 PV — 2 Overview > Introduction – MUSE > Trends in Access > Access Network Architecture Issues > Fibre Access in MUSE > Conclusions and outlook

3 ECOC 2004 Mo3.1.1 PV — 3 Introduction MUSE Overall Objective Low cost, full service access and edge network for ubiquitous delivery of broadband services to all Europeans DSL Kerb/Cabinet Access multiplexer Edge node FTTH Access Aggregation Network Wireless feeder Application server Subscriber, QoS, and OAM management Internet PSTN Home gateways Application servers

4 ECOC 2004 Mo3.1.1 PV — 4 Consortium System vendors SME Aarhus BB society Robotiker Operators Research Inst. & Universities IMEC Inria Budapest University (BUTE) ICCS/NTUA HHI Lund Institute of Technology (LTH) TU Eindhoven ACREO Univ. Carlos III de Madrid University of Essex Component vendors 34 partners -110 PY/year Start: Jan 2004 Phase I: Phase II:

5 ECOC 2004 Mo3.1.1 PV — 5 Overview > Introduction – MUSE > Trends in Access > Access Network Architecture Issues > Fibre Access in MUSE > Conclusions and outlook

6 ECOC 2004 Mo3.1.1 PV — 6 Trends in Access Co-operative business models Multi-hosting access Intro of Ethernet/IP in Access Opportunities for IPv6 New revenues by “Multi-service” access Many connected appliances in the home Increasing bandwidth

7 ECOC 2004 Mo3.1.1 PV — 7 Increasing bandwidth per user > Moore’s law for commercially available BW in access > Further migration of fibre in the access network required Year Mbit/s ADSL/Cable ISDN V.90 V.34 FTTH ? VDSL ?

8 ECOC 2004 Mo3.1.1 PV — 8 Overview > Introduction – MUSE > Trends in Access > Access Network Architecture Issues > Fibre Access in MUSE > Conclusions and outlook

9 ECOC 2004 Mo3.1.1 PV — 9 Model 0: Current access architecture Best Effort Internet home network Modem Home gateway BRAS aggregation network L2 ATM Access Multiplexer first mile ADSL

10 ECOC 2004 Mo3.1.1 PV — 10 Model 1: Ethernet based architecture Internet + multi services IPv4 IPv6 IPv4 IPv6 BRAS L2 Ethernet Eth/ATM or Ethernet home network first mile aggregation network L2 ATM edge node

11 ECOC 2004 Mo3.1.1 PV — 11 Model 2: IP based architecture Internet + multi services IPv4 IPv6 BRAS edge node IPv4 IPv6 home network first mile aggregation network IPv4 IPv6

12 ECOC 2004 Mo3.1.1 PV — 12 Issues for carrier grade Ethernet/IP access > Security of Ethernet, scalability Spoofing Depth of service DOS

13 ECOC 2004 Mo3.1.1 PV — 13 Issues for carrier grade Ethernet/IP access > Security of Ethernet, scalability > Auto-configuration (+AAA) DHCP 802.1X Radius, Diameter PPP UPnP

14 ECOC 2004 Mo3.1.1 PV — 14 Issues for carrier grade Ethernet/IP access > Security of Ethernet, scalability > Auto-configuration (+AAA) > QoS provisioning E2E QoS Resource control Policing

15 ECOC 2004 Mo3.1.1 PV — 15 Issues for carrier grade Ethernet/IP access > Security of Ethernet, scalability > Auto-configuration (+AAA) > QoS provisioning > Multicast IGMP

16 ECOC 2004 Mo3.1.1 PV — 16 Issues for carrier grade Ethernet/IP access > Security of Ethernet, scalability > Auto-configuration (+AAA) > QoS provisioning > Multicast > Network management OAM NSM

17 ECOC 2004 Mo3.1.1 PV — 17 New requirements on access architecture > Support of existing and new applications and services Triple play (voice, data, video) Multi-party sessions (gaming, video conferences) Peer-to-peer delivery models Nomadic use > Supporting different business models

18 ECOC 2004 Mo3.1.1 PV — 18 Overview > Introduction – MUSE > Trends in Access > Access Network Architecture Issues > Fibre Access in MUSE > Conclusions and outlook

19 ECOC 2004 Mo3.1.1 PV — 19 Fibre access in MUSE > Integration optical first mile in end-to-end architecture PtP Ethernet Ethernet GPON / EPON > Research on specific technologies

20 ECOC 2004 Mo3.1.1 PV — 20 HFR over multi mode fibre > Potential low cost, short range access with transparent connection to a wireless home network

21 ECOC 2004 Mo3.1.1 PV — 21 Hybrid Fibre VDSL > Lower power consumption at the cabinet > Smaller cabinet size => lower operational cost … Subcarrier multiplexing VDSL

22 ECOC 2004 Mo3.1.1 PV — 22 CWDM double ring solutions > Lower cost WDM optics > Feeder for different type of technologies

23 ECOC 2004 Mo3.1.1 PV — 23 Asymmetric TDM / WDMA PON > TDM downstream > WDMA upstream > Migration ready for high upstream BW OLT Tx GbE LX M U X Rx FE Rx FE Feeder W D M Edge Router

24 ECOC 2004 Mo3.1.1 PV — 24 Overview > Introduction – MUSE > Trends in Access > Access Network Architecture Issues > Fibre Access in MUSE > Conclusions and outlook

25 ECOC 2004 Mo3.1.1 PV — 25 Conclusions and outlook Important to achieve BB for All with fibre access Multi-service, multi-hosting capability Integration in end-to-end network architecture Standardisation Important to achieve BB for All with fibre access Multi-service, multi-hosting capability Integration in end-to-end network architecture Standardisation Network architecture I Integrated lab trials 1st feature group Integrated lab trials 2nd feature group Network architecture II

26 Thank you


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