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1 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel Alcatel 1696 Metrospan Frank Bruyère – Product Strategy & Management

2 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page 2 The Metrospan family 1692 Metrospan Edge 8 CWDM channels 1696 Metrospan Compact 1692 Metrospan Edge 1696 Metrospan 32 DWDM channels 8 CWDM channels Aggregation & transport Low capacity Data services High capacity Enterprise Metro Access Metro Core

3 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page Metrospan References 1696 MS 73 contracts in 35 countries

4 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page Metrospan – Reference More than 70 customers worldwide New Zealand Fiber Exhaust SAN Extension LAN Extension Mobile Backhaul … Various Applications TDM Voice, VoIP BTV, VoD Data Multiple Services

5 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page 5 N1N2N3N4 N5 N6N7N8 N9 N10N11 N12 N13 N14 N15 43,400 35,450 21,660 20,170 26,90018,200 27,600 25,330 31,230 21,700 17,620 R1 34,400 R2 R3 21,155 22,100 24,300 35,300 20,500 22,800 17,900 48,550 25,200 34,300 63,400 52,450 37,300 Ring #29 Ring #30 Ring #31 Ring #32 Ring #33 Ring # MS applications: Metro Core networks 10 G Metropolitan Network in the US

6 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page 6 Telehouse North GTW Pop TIS 20 channels dB 8.29 dB 5.28 dB 5.18 dB 5.81 dB dB 2x 1GbE 4xSTM4/STM1/FastEt h 1 2.5Gb/s 8 x 1GbE 5 x 4xSTM4/STM1/FastEth 7 2.5Gb/s 1 10Gb/s Omnibus 2x 1GbE 4xSTM4/STM1/FastEth 1 2.5Gb/s 1 10Gb/s Interxion 5.11 dB Telecity 2 Redbus Interhouse Redbus Sovereign 5.08 dB 7.35 dB + 2x 1GbE 4xSTM4/STM1/FastEt h 1 2.5Gb/s Omnibus 4 2x 1GbE 4xSTM4/STM1/Fast Eth 1 2.5Gb/s Omnibus 4 4xSTM4/STM1/Fa stEth 2 2.5Gb/s Omnibus MS 1696MS con amplificatore 7.35 dB 5.23 dB Global SW2 RedBus Meridien Gate 1696 MS applications: City network London network

7 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page MS applications: Triple Play CWDM used for 2 ULL configurations DWDM used for more ULL configurations ULLPOP ULL GbE ULL POP ULL GbE ULL POP Point to point Ring or dual-POP topology 2 x GbE per node and upgrade to 4 x GbE Node #1 ULL #1ULL #10 ULL #9 ULL #1

8 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page MS applications: Mobile backhauling DWDM network A draft assessment, based on traffic forecasts over next five years, indicate that the majority of regional rings could be designed with SDH nodes of STM-16 line capacity (ADM- 16), whereas a few regional rings would require SDH nodes of STM-64 line capacity (ADM-64). The national ring should combine DWDM technology with one or two SDH rings composed of ADM-64 nodes. The physical layer provided by local operators would be optical fibre for all rings of largest capacity, and 2.5Gbps wavelengths (STM-16) in all other rings. The topology of new regional rings would derive from CTN, with necessary changes to cope with the exact topology of the new physical layer. WDM backbone over SDH for mobile operator

9 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page MS applications: Disaster Recovery V Chaves Viseu 62 km AVEIRO 65 km 42 km 55 km 50 km 65 km 41 km 56 km 67 km 50 km 63 km 50 km Nó OADM 16CH Amplificador de linha 15 km 10 km 64 km 15 km 2x 10G 58 km

10 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page 10 The Metro WDM Landscape EthFC GE Eth Metro Core 2.5G or 10G High Capacity Ring Enterprise Branch Enterprise HQ FC Enterprise Branch GE Metro Access 2.5G Low Capacity Ring EthFC Business Access Backbone Network Business Campus Metro Access 2.5G or 10G High Capacity Links Enterprise 2.5G Low Capacity Private Links SDH SDH or GbE ADSL Backhauling Mobile Backhauling SAN Services LAN Extension

11 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page MS: a flexible CWDM/DWDM platform 1696 MS is a fully flexible CWDM/DWDM platform To address all Metro network topologies with a single WDM platform To minimize upfront cost and optimize pay-as-you-grow To future-proof evolution towards high capacity even with unforecasted traffic distribution HUB OADM HUB OADM HUB OADM HUB OADM HUB OADM HUB OADM Point-to-point Point-to-point with linear add/drop 2-fiber ring with hubbed traffic 2-fiber ring with meshed traffic Hub and spokes Inter-connected rings HUB Fully meshed network

12 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page 12 Alcatel 1696 Metrospan Up to DWDM channels (100 GHz) Up to 8 CWDM channel support (20 nm) Point to point and ring topology Pure CWDM, pure DWDM and mixed CWDM+DWDM architectures CWDM: 8 ch. CMDX and 1/2/4 ch. OADMs DWDM: 32 ch. hub and 1/2/4/8 ch. OADMs 100 Mb/s to 2.7 Gb/s CWDM/DWDM interfaces (Dual WLA, MCC) 10 Gb/s DWDM transponder for STM-64/10GbE with SDH &10 GbE PMs 4xAny TDM concentrator with B&W, CWDM or DWDM output 2 x GbE/FC in 2.5 G with B&W, CWDM or DWDM output (R3.0) 8 x GbE into 10 G concentrator with B&W or DWDM output (R3.2) Optical channel or line protection Compact or Central Office shelf Integrated NM 1xN CONC Multi- Rate 10 G Modular Mux/DMux Managed Optical Layer

13 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page 13 Central Office shelf CO shelf & Compact shelf 24 higher slots: ESC, Xpdrs, SPV, OAC, OADM, OSMC, MVAC… 24 lower slots: PSC, LAN, OPC, HK, RA, OMS, OSC… 270 mm 443 mm mm (21) Compact shelf Optimized footprint 6 higher slots: ESC, Xpdrs, SPV, OAC, OADM… 6 lower slots: PSC, LAN, OPC, HK, RA, OMS, OSC… mm mm (19)

14 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page MS: Applications & technologies Pure CWDM Low-cost solution for Metro Access and low-capacity applications Pure DWDM High-capacity Metro Core (up to 32 Hybrid CWDM + DWDM Low upfront cost (CWDM) and high upgrade capacity (DWDM) CWDM/DWDM interconnection Low-cost interconnection

15 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page 15 CWDM architecture Modular OADM Pure CWDM: Low-cost solution for Metro Access and low-capacity 8 channel CWDM mux/demux 20 dB 40 km and 80 km CWDM SFPs Dual wavelength adapter with CWDM SFPs 4 x Any concentrator with CWDM SFPs CMDX 10 Gb/s transponder (STM-64/10 GbE) CMDX 4 ch.2 ch.1 ch. CWDM OADMs

16 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page 16 DWDM architecture Modular OADM Pure DWDM: High-capacity Metro Core 32 DWDM channels OMDX8 Dual wavelength adapter with DWDM SFPs 4 x Any concentrator with DWDM SFPs 10 Gb/s transponder (STM-64/10 GbE) OMDX8 DWDM OADMs 4 ch.2 ch.1 ch.8 ch

17 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page 17 CWDM+DWDM architecture Modular OADM Hybrid CWDM+DWDM: Low upfront cost (CWDM) and high upgrade capacity (DWDM) 16 DWDM channels OMDX8 CMDX Optional amplifiers Up to 8 CWDM channels Up to 8 DWDM channels on 1550 nm port Up to 8 DWDM channels on 1530 nm port OMDX8 CMDX 20 dB Optional amplifiers Dual wavelength adapter with DWDM SFPs 4 x Any concentrator with DWDM SFPs 10 Gb/s transponder (STM-64/10 GbE)

18 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page MS Compact shelf CWDM 32 ch. DWDM 1696 MS Central Office shelf 1353 NM 1354 RM Modular OADM CWDM/DWDM interconnection CMDX Dual wavelength adapter with CWDM SFPs on client side and DWDM SFPs on line side Dual wavelength adapter with CWDM SFPs 4 x Any concentrator with CWDM SFPs OMDX CWDM/DWDM: Reducing the cost of interconnection

19 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page 19 Capacity/Performance of CWDM/DWDM Ch.Wlgth (nm) Ch.Wlgth (nm) In R3.0, 6 x CWDM channels + 32 x DWDM channels can be used using CDMDX Optical budget 0 dB10 dB20 dB30 dB 8 ch. 16 ch. 24 ch. 32 ch. CWDM CWDM +DWDM DWDM 2.5 G R Metrospan Up to 32 DWDM Up to 8 CWDM (2 x CWDM 10Gb/s – options for 4/5 in the future)

20 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page 20 SFP & XFP plug-in optics Examples of SFPs in the Alcatel catalog S1.1, S4.1, I16.1, S16.1, L16.1, L Base-LX, 1000Base-SX, 1000Base-LX, 1000Base-ZX FC/2FC MM, FC/2FC SM CWDM bronze (8 wavelengths), CWDM silver (8 wavelengths) DWDM (32 wavelengths) Examples of XFPs in the Alcatel catalog I64.1/10G Base-L, S64.2b/10G Base-E, 10G Base-S Classes of SPFs CWDM silver (8 wavelengths) CWDM bronze (8 wavelengths) I16.1 S16.1 Interfaces GbE-SX GbE-LX FC-S FC-L Generic SFP Protected WLA SFP Regular WLA SFP DWDM MCC SFP OCC10_XFP XFP 4xAny Concentrator SFP

21 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page 21 Dual Wavelength Adapter B&W, CWDM or DWDM SFPs on client and line ports Double transponder in one slot-card Bi-directional transponder 100 Mbit/s – 2.7 Gb/s application range: FE, FFDI, STM-1/4/16, ESCON, DV, FC, 2FC, GbE, 2.7 G Transparent protocol support Configurable as dual O/E/O regenerator Bit rate control & remote provisioning SDH performance monitoring on client/line Optical measurements on client/line On-board crossbar switch WLA variant for optical protection CWDM & DWDM WLA Interfaces DUAL C/DWLA3 CARD /SFP DUAL C/DWLA3 CARD /SFP OPC (variant for optical protection) B&W, CWDM or DWDM SFPs Tx/Rx Dual WLA (no protection) 8x8 matrix

22 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page 22 Tx/Rx 8x8 matrix Tx/Rx WLA variants Dual WLA Single card supports two client services Each service mapped to a wavelength Each service can be from 100 Mbps to 2.7 Gbps Services on the same card can have different rates Configurable as dual O/E/O regenerator Dual WLA with protection Provides two wavelengths for a single client service Card contains combiner/splitter and matrix to provide service protection Protected service can range from 100 Mbps to 2.7 Gbps Dual C-WLA module 3R (no protection) C-WLA module w/ client protection 8x8 matrix Interfaces

23 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page 23 Dual Wavelength Adapter B&W or CWDM SFPs on client and line ports Double transponder in one slot-card Bi-directional transponder 100 Mbit/s – 2.7 Gb/s application range: FE, FFDI, STM-1/4/16, ESCON, DV, FC, 2FC, GbE, 2.7 G Transparent protocol support Configurable as dual O/E/O regenerator Bit rate control & remote provisioning SDH performance monitoring on client/line On-board crossbar switch WLA variant for optical protection CWDM WLA B&W or CWDM SFPs Interfaces DUAL CWLA2 CARD /SFP => CWDM DUAL CWLA2 CARD /SFP OPC => CWDM (variant for optical protection)

24 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page 24 Multirate Clock Card (MCC) Bi-directional transponder 100 Mbit/s – 2.7 Gb/s continuous application range Transparent protocol support: SDH STM1/4/16, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet, ATM, FC, ESCON, FICON, FDDI, Digital Video… 3R O/E/O regeneration B&W or CWDM SFP plug-in client interface Tunable over two DWDM wavelengths Per-channel pre-equalization (VOA on Tx side) Bit rate control & remote provisioning Client and line side B1 performance monitoring 165 km support on SMF w/o chromatic dispersion compensation (3 200 ps/nm) On-board crossbar switch DWDM multi-rate Clock Card Interfaces MCC CWDM or B&W plug in module over 2 channels

25 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page 25 Plug-in service cartridges 4xAny TDM concentrator 4xAny TDM card concentrator B&W, CWDM or DWDM SFPs on line port Up to 4 services multiplexed Supports services from 100Mbps to 1.25Gbps Can combine SDH & datacom services STM-1/4, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet, ATM, FC, ESCON, FICON, FDDI, Digital Video… Service cartridges for: 1310 nm and 850 nm STM-1/4 FE, FDDI, 1310 nm and 850 nm Digital Video (electrical ports) B&W, CWDM or DWDM SFP Interfaces

26 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page 26 Plug-in service cartridge CWDM or b/w plug-in optics on aggregate Interface GE, FC GE, FC OC-12 STM4 OC-12 STM4 ESCON, DV, OC-3, STM1 OC-12 STM4 ESCON, DV, OC-3, STM1 FE, FDDI #2#0 #1#3 VC4 #0 VC4 #1 VC4 #2 VC4 #3 VC4 #4 VC4 #5 VC4 #6 VC4 #7 VC4 #8 VC4 #9 VC4#10 VC4#11 VC4#12 VC4#13 VC4#14 VC4#15 Cartridge 4xAny: Band Optimization Interfaces

27 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page 27 2 x GbE GFP-T into STM-16 card Interfaces 2 x GbE into 2.5 G concentrator B&W, CWDM or DWDM SFPs on line side B&W SFPs on client side Single-slot card STM-16 line output 2 x GbE GFP-T compliant to ITU-T G.7041 Client GbE PM and line SDH B1 PM (+J0) Loopback on client and line sides Optical protection: GFP Mapper Y Client B&W SFPs CWDM or DWDM SFPs STM-16 GbE Optical splitter/combiner WLA2xGbE AVAILABLE in R3.0

28 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page 28 10G Optical Channel Card (OCC10) STM-64 (9.95 Gb/s), 10 GbE LAN (10.3 Gb/s), 10 GbE WAN (9.95 Gb/s) Ultra-compact (single slot, same footprint as MCC) ITU-T G.709 frame (including FEC) Same engineering rules at 2.5 Gb/s & 10 Gb/s 10 Gb/s and 2.5 Gb/s can be combined in same shelf & in same band High tolerance to chromatic dispersion (80 km on SMF, i.e ps/nm) XFP plug-in on client side OCC10 variant for CWDM application (higher output power) OTUk OH OTUk FA OH OTUk FEC RS(255,239) or all-0's (4 x 256 bytes) OTUk FEC RS(255,239) or all-0's (4 x 256 bytes) OCC 10 Gb/s DWDM transponder Interfaces

29 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page 29 8 x GbE into 10 G card 8 x GbE into 10 G Multi-Service Card 10 GbE WAN line output 2 x 10 Gb/s line interfaces B&W/CWDM/DWDM XFP on line side Up to 8 x GbE client interfaces B&W or CWDM SFPs on client side Application: 8 x GbE point-to-point concentration into 10 Gb/s Per-GbE add/drop in successive nodes Interfaces B&W, CWDM or DWDM XFP Up to 8 client B&W or CWDM SFPs 10 G X GbE optional AVAILABLE in R3.2 GbE

30 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page 30 8 x GbE into 10 G card 8 x GbE into 10 G: add/drop application Interfaces 2 x GbE (East) + 2 x GbE (West) XXXX X 8 x GbE (West) Single 10 G channel shared between OADMs Can provide upgrade capacity for GbE while minimizing the number of wavelengths used Example: deploy CWDM with 2xGbE into 2.5G for low cost upfront deployment: 1 channel for 2 GbE for 1 node upgrade with 8 x GbE into 10G for added capacity: 1 channel for 2 GbE for 4 nodes Supports DWDM XFP in 1+1 for add/drop (without FEC) X 1 8 x GbE (East)

31 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page 31 8 x GbE into 10 G card 8 x GbE into 10 G: point-to-point application Interfaces 8 x GbE X 10G transponder (FEC) 1 8 x GbE X 2 X X 4 x 4 X 3 8 x GbE Dedicated 10 G channel per- OADM Lower cost if high number of GbEs to be terminated per OADM Solution with 10 G transponder to provide FEC is required for multi-span amplified networks Duplicate cards if protection needed

32 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page 32 4 groups with 8 channels ITU-T compliant grid East + West Mux/Demux in the same shelf Hitless in-service upgrade 32 ch. in the C-band 32 ch. hub node Ch 1-8 Expansion Ch Ch 9-16 Ch Terminal 32 channel hub node Modular OADM

33 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page 33 4 ch OADM8 ch OADM 1, 2, 4, and 8 channel OADMs Remaining aggregate channels are passed through untouched Channel add/drop can be provisioned in-service Provides channel deployment flexibility Does not require channel band assignment Can reduce overall channel count in the network 1 ch OADM Optical add/drop nodes Modular OADM

34 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page 34 Metro (22dB gain) and regional (28dB gain) amplifiers cards Example of performance: 32 ch. x 2.5G/10G over 7 spans x 19 dB Up to 400 km unregenerate multi-span links Double-stage amplifier (pre-amp & booster) for 32 channels supported on one single 0.8 inch board 8 East + 8 West channel OADM and E+W optical amplifiers fitting in one shelf ESC PWS LAN PWS FAN MCC HK OADM East SPVM OADM West MCC RAI FAN LAN Opt. Amp. WestOpt. Amp. East OPC Optical amplifiers DMUX MUX DMUX 2 nd 1 st 1 2 nd OAC West OAC East DWDM optical amplifiers Full monitoring capability 1st in-class footprint

35 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page 35 OSMC is used for per-channel power monitoring: Scans the full 32 ch. DWDM spectrum of 1696 MS Performs measurement of the per-channel power level 8 input ports to connect to pre-amp and booster, input and output in the 2 directions => full power monitoring of nodes Fits into slots #2, #12, #13 or #23 of the CO shelf OSMC is used for automatic power equalization Optical Spectrum Monitoring Card (OSMC)OCM (Optical Channel Monitoring) 1 8 Switch

36 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page 36 MVAC card for easier commissioning (Automatic Power Equalization) with: Alien wavelengths (colored signals) Transponders without embedded VOA Optical channel and band passthrough Multiple Variable Attenuator card variants: With 2 VOAs: available With 10 VOAs: in R3.0 Multiple Variable Attenuator Card (MVAC) VOA MVAC (available) VOA MVAC10 (R3.0)

37 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page 37 Fully automatic WDM line adjustment Automatic amplifier power tuning Automatic Power Equalization using OSMC card Makes commissioning, maintenance and upgrading of the network easy, quick and reliable Automatic WDM line control Craft terminal Optical connections monitoringou tputs OSMC card Transponder OADM Optical Spectrum Monitoring (OSM) Card connects to monitoring ports of optical amplifier Provides to NE all required attenuation values for added, looped or pass-through channels Hosted in 1696 MS shelf permanently for channel monitoring or only during traffic turn-up for pre- equalization OPEX savings

38 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page 38 Using WLA variant with embedded coupler (WLA2_P and WLA3CDOP) Using OPC card (passive optical splitter/combiner) with MCC Fault detection and switching in less than 50 ms 1+1 Optical channel protection Protection 8 Channels 8x8 matrix 8x8 matrix Tx/Rx C-WLA module w/ client protection 8x8 matrix 8x8 matrix Tx/Rx C-WLA module w/ client protection Transmit only illustrated

39 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page 39 MCC Card One, STM-16 MCC Card One, STM-16 4xAny TDM Card 4xAny TDM Card OPC Individual services protection OPC MCC Card One, STM-16 MCC Card One, STM-16 Aggregated traffic protection 4xAny TDM Card Optical protection for 4xAny Protection

40 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page 40 OMDX OMSP OMDX NE A Sub-Network NE B OAC Provided by OMSP module (optical splitter + switch) Provides path protection but all wavelengths switched at once Switch time is under 50ms Protection Optical line protection

41 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page 41 Low-cost protection based on use of OMS card after transponder (R3.0): Optical splitter: => to split the signal after WDM Tx Optical switch: => to select the signal before WDM Rx (LOS-based switch) Only protects channel route (not transponders/optics): alternative to optical channel protection in ring networks where OMS protection cannot be used Applicable to all transponder types: MCC3, OCC10x, WLAx, 4xAny, 2xGbE in STM-16, 8xGbE in 10G Fault detection and switching in less than 50 ms Switch-based Channel protection Protection Sub-Network OMS card Tx Rx OMDX NE A OAC Protect Working OMDX OAC Protect Working NE B Tx Rx splitter OMS card switch Transponder

42 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page DWDM channels with amplifier in a Central Office shelf: Optimized footprint with WLAs Central Office shelf CONTROLLERCONTROLLER HKHK RARA LANLAN PSCPSC PSCPSC FAN DUALWLADUALWLA DUALWLADUALWLA DUALWLADUALWLA DUALWLADUALWLA DUALWLADUALWLA DUALWLADUALWLA DUALWLADUALWLA DUALWLADUALWLA DUALWLADUALWLA DUALWLADUALWLA DUALWLADUALWLA DUALWLADUALWLA DUALWLADUALWLA DUALWLADUALWLA DUALWLADUALWLA DUALWLADUALWLA OSCOSC UIUI UIUI AMPLIFIERAMPLIFIER AMPLIFIERAMPLIFIER MUXIDEMUXMUXIDEMUX MUXIDEMUXMUXIDEMUX MUXIDEMUXMUXIDEMUX MUXIDEMUXMUXIDEMUX 8 DWDM channels in a Compact shelf Compact shelf Optimized footprint 1st in-class footprint

43 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page Metrospan Footprint Fully equipped channel bidirectional system in: 2 shelves with dual 2.5 G => 1 rack 4 shelves with 2.5 G => 1 rack 4 shelves with 10 G => 2 racks: 3 shelves+ DCM in rack#1 and 1 shelf in rack#2 Additional shelves required for concentrators (but concentrators and transponders can be mixed in same shelf) Optimized footprint

44 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page 44 Compact Shelf Designed for smaller nodes and CPEs Common boards with 1696 Metrospan (transponders, OADMS, controller, OSC, etc.) Unified management with 1696 Metrospan 6 general purpose slots + 6 utilities slots 110 V & 220 V --> 48 V external converter Standalone or 19 rack compatible Dimensions (WxDxH): 446.2mm (19) x 270mm x 132.4mm In service growth by stacking shelves in single network element Growth 1696 Metrospan Compact Optimized footprint

45 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page RM Support for Q3 Integrated or separated DWDM/SDH management according to the Network Operator needs Configuration Management: Network construction and Network view Connectivity (OCH trail, optical Client path) Discovery according to the NE specificities End To end optical channel management Wizards available for operator to ease and speed up the provisioning operations Flexible connectivity management according to DWDM capabilities Network View End-to-End Path View Management

46 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page RM Support for Q3 Fault Management: Proper coverage of transmission faults of DWDM and client resources Quick triggers to alert the operator in case of degradations (i.e. based on FEC and B1 monitoring) Performance Monitoring Management: Handling of measures (as already done for SDH networks) based on B1, according to the DWDM NE capabilities Consistent management of the virtual concatenation in both SDH and DWDM Networks for data services, provided by OMSN (Core GE) and DWDM (4xANY card) NEs Common Alarm View Navigation to 1353SH Path Topology Management

47 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page MS: Analog Performance Monitoring Automatic and continuous monitoring of basic optical parameters is a key to make preventive maintenance effective for WDM networks, since laser and fiber degradation are actually long-term phenomena which can be detected and addressed well in advance with respect to impacts on the carried traffic 1696 MS supports analog PMs via the 1353 NM

48 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page 48 Power level monitoring started from NE USM (action at Board level): for input/output power levels on transponders (Rx, Tx, client & line sides), mux/demux, amplifiers … 1353NM is in charge to sample and store input/output power values in the PM DataBase PM Data Storage: a dedicated repository for analog monitoring, containing NEs and Monitoring Points to be selected for Report generation (Table/Chart) PM Data Storage Query set supported 15min & 24hr sampling periods Export to OSS through 1359IOO supported 1696 MS: Analog Performance Monitoring

49 All rights reserved © 2005, Alcatel 1696 Metrospan presentation – April Page 49 List of Boards under Power Monitoring, Measurement status on 15min and 24hr 1696 MS: Analog Performance Monitoring NE USM functions

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