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1 Megaplex-4 v Slide1 Megaplex-4 Version 4.1 Controlled Availability

2 Megaplex-4 v Slide2 Agenda Introduction to RAD’s Service Assured Access Megaples-4 overview Version 4.1 features & benefits Management Summary

3 Company Profile 2013 Slide 3 RAD’s Service Assured Solutions Transportation & Government Packet-based & Legacy Communications for Private Networks Power Utilities Best Evolutionary Migration Solutions Railways Motorways Air Traffic Control Maritime Government/ Defense Operational Network Teleprotection Connectivity Substation Connectivity Retail Providers of Business Ethernet Services Wholesalers Mobile Operators Leasing Wholesale Networks Service Providers Best Service Assured Access Solutions

4 Company Profile 2013 Slide 4 Service Assured Solutions Major Capabilities Increase Revenues: SLA/Premium service introduction Up-selling opportunities Fast TTM Customer stickiness & reduced churn High resilience A comprehensive set of tools making it easier to plan, deploy, provision, and maintain Carrier Ethernet services Reduce TCO: Better network utilization Reduce truck rolls Reduce trouble ticket handling Space and power savings Minimize integration, training and inventory

5 Megaplex-4 v Slide5 Megaplex-4 Megaplex-4 – Carrier-class, TDM and Ethernet aggregator, high capacity DS0 cross connect and next generation multiservice access node consist of two devices: –Megaplex-4100 – High scale Next Generation Multiservice Access Node –Megaplex-4104 – Compact Next Generation Multiservice Access Node MP-4100MP-4104

6 Megaplex-4 v Slide6 Why Megaplex? Applications & Services Utilities Carriers E1/T1 PBX STM-1/OC-3 STM-4/OC-12 Fiber Copper ASMi-5x Service Extension Hybrid Management Customer services Legacy TDM Ethernet First mile Service Multiplexing Extended reach High rate Remote power feeding Megaplex-4 OP-108 LAN ETH SDH/ SONET

7 Megaplex-4 v Slide7 Why Megaplex? Applications & Services Utilities Carriers Service Extension Hybrid Management POP/Aggregation Modular Multi Service Large scale Future proof Hardened Backbone Traditional TDM Future PSN Customer services Legacy TDM Ethernet E1/T1 PBX STM-1/OC-3 STM-4/OC-12 LAN ETH Fiber Copper ASMi-5x Megaplex-4 OP-108 SDH/ SONET PSN GbE First mile Service Multiplexing Extended reach High rate Remote power feeding

8 Megaplex-4 v Slide8 Why Megaplex? Applications & Services Utilities Carriers Service Extension Hybrid Management E1/T1 PBX STM-1/OC-3 STM-4/OC-12 LAN ETH Fiber Copper ASMi-5x Megaplex-4 OP-108 SDH/ SONET PSN GbE

9 Megaplex-4 v Slide9 Carriers Legacy Support Hybrid Management Why Megaplex? Applications & Services Utilities FO Sub-Stations FXS E&M Low Speed Data V.35/RS-449 RTU Megaplex-4 MSAP Node Teleprotection Low Speed Data PBX 9.6 kbps RTU V.35/ RS-449 C kbps, RS-449 ETH RS-232/ETH FXS FO Teleprotection STM-4/OC-12 SDH/ SONET Megaplex-4

10 Megaplex-4 v Slide10 FO Sub-Stations Megaplex-4 GbE PSN New Network FO Legacy Support Hybrid Management Why Megaplex? Applications & Services Carriers Utilities FXS E&M Low Speed Data V.35/RS-449 Megaplex-4 RTU ETH Teleprotection STM-4/OC-12 SDH/ SONET MSAP Node Teleprotection Low Speed Data PBX 9.6 kbps RTU V.35/ RS-449 ETH RS-232/ETH FXS Megaplex-4 C kbps, RS-449

11 Megaplex-4 v Slide11 Migration Hybrid Management Why Megaplex? Applications & Services Carriers Utilities FO Sub-Stations Megaplex-4 GbE PSN New Network FO FXS E&M Low Speed Data V.35/RS-449 Megaplex-4 RTU ETH Teleprotection STM-4/OC-12 SDH/ SONET MSAP Node Teleprotection Low Speed Data PBX 9.6 kbps RTU V.35/ RS-449 ETH RS-232/ETH FXS Megaplex-4 C kbps, RS-449

12 Megaplex-4 v Slide12 Megaplex-4 Main Features Migration Hybrid TDM & ETH 2xSTM-1/4, OC-3/12 per CL.2 2xGbE per CL.2 Traffic duplication Scalable PWE engine Multiservice High Speed Low Speed Analog Voice Data Fiber multiplexing PWE connectivity Tele-protection Carrier Ethernet CE 2.0 Certified E-Line – EPL/EVPL E-LAN – EPLAN/EVPLAN E-TREE Bridge/Flow Traffic management Ethernet OAM Ethernet PM Resiliency Common Logic (CPU) redundancy Power supply redundancy SDH/SONET and GbE uplink redundancy DS1 and higher level hierarchy protection Ring resiliency Traffic protection switching within 50ms

13 Utilities, Transportation Solutions for Europe CE2013 Slide 13 Multiservice Support over SDH and Ethernet Networks Analog bridge Add Drop Multiplexer (ADM) Digital Cross Connect (DACS) PBX Router Intelligent Electronic Device (IED) Router SCADA RTU TPR (Teleprotection) SONET/SDH terminal Voice Modem Phone - Fixed Copper CPE Fiber CPE Relay/Alarm Breaker control circuit FE/GbE Packet Switched Network E1’s/STM-1/OC-3 STM-4/OC-12 SDH/SONET Megaplex TPR (Teleprotection)

14 Megaplex-4 v Slide14 Physical View 2 x Power supplies 2 x Common Logic Hybrid Ethernet/TDM 10x IO modules 10 x I/O modules 4U (6.8”) Compact Redundant Hot Swap Hybrid

15 Megaplex-4 v Slide15 2U (3.4”) MP-4104 – Physical View 2 Power supplies 2 Common Logic 10x IO modules 4 IO modules 2 Fans Compact Redundant Hot Swap Hybrid Optional – No Fans IEEE Complia nt

16 Megaplex-4 v Slide16 Version 4.1 Release

17 Megaplex-4 v Slide17 Version 4.1 Features & Benefits FeaturesDescriptionCustomer Benefits New Sync-E Sync-E support on CL.2/A, distributing the clock received from GbE to TDM links TDM endpoints can be synchronized using the clock received from the GbE network New Traffic Duplication Mission-critical traffic can be transported over a new Carrier Ethernet network running in parallel with the existing SONET/SDH, while preparing for future full service migration Lower latency due to Carrier-grade Ethernet fast performance Better resiliency Make available additional bandwidth for non-mission critical IT traffic Future-proof network readiness for phased or full migration to PSN. New M-ETH Power Over Ethernet (PoE) A special PoE option of M-ETH module providing power feeding to Ethernet devices Max 80W per card Max 40W per port Max 240W per chassis PoE assembly is based on Alternative B layout, in compliance with IEEE 802.3af, IEEE 802.3at Easily feeds third party equipment or peripheral devices (such as video surveillance and IP cameras, VoIP devices, WiFi Hotspots, RAD’s Airmux ODUs, etc), using power over Ethernet Feeds RAD’s Airmux outdoor devices eliminating the need for an Airmux indoor unit New Entity MIB Inventory table according to RFC 4133 – Entity MIB Ability to monitor the installed components and hardware/software revisions. New TACACS+ TACACS+ user authentication method added to the access policy in addition to the existing two (local and RADIUS) Allows centralized authentication and access control Avoids the need to maintain a local user data base on each device on the network The TACACS+ server encrypts the entire body of the packet but leaves a standard TACACS+ header

18 Megaplex-4 v Slide18 Version 4.1 Features & Benefits FeaturesDescriptionCustomer Benefits New MIP MIP (Maintenance Entity Group Intermediate Point) functionality Enhancing the Ethernet OAM package available in Megaplex-4 by Maintenance Entity Group Intermediate Point functionality for end-to-end proactive OAM measurement support New Alarm masking Alarms and events can be masked per source type, source ID, or minimum severity Masking unneeded alarms allows better control of the network performance and reliability by focusing only on the important alarms that need the operator attention Improves the SLA committed to the end customers and eases operational activities New Management ACL Flexible filtering of incoming management traffic according to access control rules per Layer 3 and Layer 4 Enables service providers to maintain the network security by preventing the malicious traffic from entering the device

19 Megaplex-4 v Slide19 Traffic Duplication for Gradual Network Migration Traffic Duplication – Transport in parallel identical real-time mission critical traffic streams on both SDH/SONET network as well as a Carrier-grade Ethernet network –Lower latency due to Carrier-grade Ethernet fast performance –Better resiliency –Make available additional bandwidth for non-mission critical IT traffic –Future-proof network readiness for phased or full migration to PSN. The power utility may maintain a dual network topology and gradually migrate to a complete Carrier-grade Ethernet network SDH/SONET Ethernet SDH/SONET Ethernet

20 Megaplex-4 v Slide20 Traffic Duplication Scenarios SDH PSN CE or MPLS Core Ethernet Megaplex-4 Ethernet Megaplex builds the SDH and the Ethernet Rings Megaplex builds the SDH and Connected to an external Ethernet network (RAD’s or other vendor) Ethernet SDH/SONET

21 Megaplex-4 v Slide21 Why RAD Hybrid Solution? A multiservice platform that supports TDM and Ethernet services, over Hybrid PDH/SDH and PSN network and ensure smooth migration from Legacy to Packet Traffic Duplication for gradual Migration to PSN Legacy interfaces Sub-Station Hot Line Dry Contacts Teleprotection Voice RTU Data 38.4 kbps PSN FE/GbE SDH/ SONET STM-1/OC-3 STM-4/OC-12 Megaplex-4

22 Megaplex-4 v Slide22 Megaplex’s System Clock using Sync-E The Megaplex system clock will be retrieved from the PSN using Sync-E (via CL.2/A), to sync all TDM and TDM PWE services Central Site GBE GbE Sync-E Master Clock Megaplex-4 PSN Megaplex-4

23 Megaplex-4 v Slide23 PoE Support in M-ETH Module 8 GbE interfaces UTP and SFP –High port density and low price per port Power over Ethernet ordering option –Max 80W per card –Max 40W per port –Max 240W per chassis PoE assembly is based on Alternative B layout, in compliance with IEEE 802.3af, IEEE 802.3at Megaplex-4100 ETH RTU Voice IP Phone PC Server Video Camera Router Substation/Train Station/Control Tower SDH/ SONET IP/MPLS GbE ETH PoE

24 Megaplex-4 v Slide24 Management Security Enhancements Version 4.1 introduces management security enhancements –TACACS+ Allows centralized authentication and access control Avoids the need to maintain a local user data base on each device on the network The TACACS+ server encrypts the entire body of the packet but leaves a standard TACACS+ header –Access Control List for Management traffic to improve security Flexibly filter (Deny, Permit), management traffic ACL per IP address and TCP/UDP ports

25 Megaplex-4 v Slide25 Common Logic Options Common logic options FeatureCL.2/DS0CL.2/622GBE CL.2/622GBE A CL.2/GBE A SDH/SONET -++- DS0 Cross-Connect ++++ ERPS (G.8032v1) --++ LAG + LACP --++ LAG -+++ E-line Inside modules only +++ E-LANM-ETH only ++ E-Tree --++ Management VLAN via VCG --+- Flow between modules (I/O and CL) -+++ Traffic Management --++

26 Megaplex-4 v Slide26 Supported Cards Megaplex-4 Version 4.1 ProductSupported byDescriptionCPE (Customer Premises Equipment) M-ETH MP Ethernet UTP/SFP ports Standard 10/100/1000BaseT or 100/1000 fiber M-TP MP inputs and 8 outputs, end-to-end commands and automation propagation delay Teleprotection equipment M8E1, M8T1 MP port E1 or T1 modules with 3 Ethernet ports Standard E1/T1, DXC, MP-210x, FCD-E1, FCD- IP M16E1, M16T1 MP port E1 or T1 modules Standard E1/T1, DXC, MP-210x, FCD-E1, FCD- IP M8SL MP port SHDSL E1 module with 3 Ethernet portsASMi-52 (SHDSL modem) MPW-1 MP-4100 TDM pseudowire access gateway with 3 Ethernet ports MP-4100, MP-210x, IPMUX (pseudowire gateways) ASMi-54C MP port SHDSL.bis module with 2 Ethernet portsASMi-54 (SHDSL.bis modem) ASMi-54C/N MP port SHDSL/SHDSL.bis module with 2 Ethernet ports and 8 E1 ports ASMi-52, ASMi-54 (SHDSL, SHDSL.bis modems) OP-108C MP-4100 Dual 4 x E1/T1 and Ethernet multiplexer modulesOP-108 (Fiber multiplexers) OP-34C MP x E1/T1 and Ethernet multiplexer modulesOP-34 (Fiber multiplexers) HS-6N, HS-12N MP-2100/MP or 12-port n x 64 kbps high speed moduleSerial interface devices HSU-6, HSU-12 MP-2100/MP or 12-port IDSL modulesISDN interfaces HS-S MP-2100/MP channel ISDN “S”-interface moduleISDN modems HS-703 MP-2100/MP channel Codirectional data moduleCodirectional interfaces HS-RN MP-2100/MP port sub-DS0 low speed module Sub-64 kbps serial devices (V24/RS-232)

27 Megaplex-4 v Slide27 Supported Cards Megaplex-4 Version 4.1 Cont. ProductSupported byDescriptionCPE (Customer Premises Equipment) HSF-2 MP-2100/MP port fiber optic teleprotection interface moduleTeleprotection equipment (SEL, etc.) LS-6N, LS-12 MP-2100/MP or 12-port low speed modules Sub 64Kbps serial devices (V24/RS-232) VC-4/4A/8/8A/16 MP-2100/MP /8/16-port FXS/FXO/E&M PCM and ADPCM analog voice modules POTS interfaces, telephones, PBX devices, Signaling interfaces, Voice modems VC-4/OMNI MP-2100/MP port PCM omnibus voice moduleE&M voice phones or modems ACM MP-2100/MP-4100 Alarm and diagnostics module with four outbound relaysDry contact equipment

28 Megaplex-4 v Slide28 Applications

29 Megaplex-4 v Slide29 Typical Substation Multiservice with Future Migration to PSN STM-1 GbE FO Sub-Stations FXS Teleprotection E&M Low Data Speed kbps C kbps, RS-449 RS-232/ETH V.35/RS-449 Megaplex-4100 RTU ETH Megaplex-4100 MSAP Node Teleprotection Low Speed Data PBX 9.6 kbps RTU V.35/ RS-449 C kbps, RS-449 ETH RS-232/ETH Megaplex-4100 FXS SDH Access Network Existing PSN New Network FO Carrier-grade Ethernet Environmental IEEE1613 IEC SDH/SONET Uplinks Multiservice Voice, Data, Eth, TP Connectivity F.O. or Copper Hybrid TDM & Ethernet

30 Megaplex-4 v Slide30 Case Study Major Power Utility in Russia: n x E1 10 GbE Ring 10 Gigabit Ethernet-based Core Network STM-1 Voice ETH RS-232 Old Substations New Substations New Control Center ETH Telemetry PBX SCADA n x E1 Voice ETH RS-232 Telemetry PBX SCADA ETX-5300A STM-1 Megaplex ETH Voice RS-232 ETH Megaplex ETX-5300A PBX Telemetry SCADA STM-1 Existing SDH ETX-5300A Megaplex n x E1 Voice ETH RS-232 Old Substations Telemetry PBX SCADA Existing SDH NMS Megaplex Voice ETH RS-232 Telemetry Server PBX SCADA NMS Megaplex Substations interconnection over a Carrier-grade Ethernet network Carrier-grade Ethernet Pseudowire Ethernet Uplinks TDM Uplinks Network Management

31 Megaplex-4 v Slide31 Customer Benefits: Legacy (FXS/FXO, 4-wire, RS-232) and Ethernet services over the SDH and Leased E1 Centralized solution with management Scalable, typical solutions for Power Industry RAD Advantages: Powerful Central Node, MP based Ethernet traffic concentration Support the traffic protection in the STM-1 SDH ring Case Study: Utilities in Russia: Integrated Data and Voice Services over SDH STM-1 GbE E1 10/100BaseT SDH FXS/FXO/4W, RS-232 FE1 «Old» remote nodes «NEW» remote nodes FXS/FXO/4W, RS-232 FE1 FXS/FXO/4W, RS-232 n x Fractional E1s IP FXS/FXO/4W, RS-232 LAN #1 10/100BaseT FXS/FXO/4W, RS-232 LAN #n Megaplex-2100 Megaplex-4100 Megaplex-2100

32 Megaplex-4 v Slide32 Fiber and Copper Aggregation for Carrier Applications Transport TDM and Ethernet from multiple branches over Fiber and/or copper to a central site, and aggregate the traffic towards SDH/SONET and/or PSN Utilize existing copper/fiber infrastructure saving forklift expenses Multiplex services at the CPE to optimize bandwidth and lower CapEx and OpEx Aggregate Ethernet and TDM to SDH/SONET and/or PSN to optimize bandwidth towards the network Smoothly migrate services reducing forklift costs and network downtime Central Office SHDSL.bis GbE STM-1/OC-3 STM-4/OC-12 FO E1 Branch NMS SDH/ SONET PSN Megaplex-4100/4 ASMi-54 Branch FE FCD-IP Branch FE E1 FE Optimux-108

33 Megaplex-4 v Slide33 2W SHDSL E1 Case Study: Carrier: in Africa: Bank – Branches Connectivity over PSN E1 2/4W SHDSL ETH ATM Branch GbE GT-IP/MPLS VLANx VLANy VLANz POP ETH GbE E1 ETH 2/4W SHDSL ETH ATM Branches ETH 2W SHDSL Customer Benefits: Branches connectivity over any existing Last Mile infrastructure: Copper, PDH and Wireless Reduce CapEx/OpEx by leveraging existing infrastructure for providing ETH/IP connectivity for the branches over new IP-MPLS network, enabling fast delivery RAD Advantages: Support ETH services over any available access infrastructure Complete Access solution with Aggregation platform (MP-4100), Aggregate any ETH/IP traffic coming from DSL, PDH, Wireless towards IP/MPLS Network. ATM ETH E1 Branch Megaplex-4100 ASMi-52 PDH POP Megaplex-4100 Airmux ASMi-52 Router ASMi-52 RICi-E1 ASMi-52 Router

34 Megaplex-4 v Slide34 FO Link n x E1 Customer A FE Customer B FE Customer C SHDSL E1 FE Optimux-108 ASMi-54 RICi-4E1 Case Study: Carrier in Africa: Ethernet and TDM Services over Copper or Fiber SDH Network STM-1 GE Internet RAD Advantage: Wide range of interfaces (SHDSL/E1/ETH) MP-4100 high capacity. STM-1 and legacy services on single BOX. Multirate support Single multi-functional platform Customer Benefits Reduce OpEx/CapEx by Multiservice aggregation device at the PoP Both E1 and Eth services over single Fiber Ensure SLA by providing advance ETH services with QoS GE FO Link n x E1 Customer A FE Customer B FE Customer C SHDSL Megaplex-4100 E1 FE Optimux-108 ASMi-54 RICi-4E1 Megaplex-4100 NMS

35 Megaplex-4 v Slide35 Service Assured Networking - Operational Core Network Operational network traditionally based on SDH/SONET Carrier Ethernet is ideal for replacing SDH/SONET for operational applications, offering various advantages over IP/MPLS: –Simplified architecture and management –Reduced Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) –Increased security –Lower latency –Assured QoS using CE tools –Ongoing performance monitoring Teleprotection RTU Carrier Ethernet NMS Substation PBX Teleprotection RTU Substation PBX Best evolutional, resilient & secured solution for the operational Network

36 Megaplex-4 v Slide36 RAD Confidential Information is a unified, carrier-class management platform composed of three major management elements: –Element Management Level (FCAPS) –Performance Monitoring Portal –Network Service Manager

37 Megaplex-4 v Slide37 RADview Position RADvie w

38 Megaplex-4 v Slide38 OSS XML, MTOSI, CORBA, SNMP RADview SNMP, SFTP, TFTP Network Elements RADview Open Interfaces

39 Megaplex-4 v Slide39 Device Management Megaplex-4 supports the following management capabilities ● CLI driven terminal ● Radius ● TFTP/SFTP ● Telnet ● SSH ● TACACS+ ● SNMP v1, v3 ● Out-of-band management ports ● Ethernet; RS-232 ● In-band management Device Management

40 Megaplex-4 v Slide40 Value Proposition Reduce CapEx with a single device for all your communication needs Support multiple services over diverse infrastructure with fine granularity Optimize bandwidth consumption by grooming/aggregation All in one multiservice platform Complete hybrid TDM and Ethernet solution with unified management (SINGLE IP) Integrated last mile diagnostics and testing services (TDM and Ethernet) Complete solution for copper access – Aggregation, CPE, repeater, power feeding Complete system and port protection schemes (Path protection, APS, LAG, G8032, etc.) Interoperable with DXC, Megaplex, FCD, ASMi, and Optimux (as well as ETX, RICi and IPmux) Central site solution for RAD’s MAP and Last Mile offering Fiber and copper aggregation High flexibility supporting Ethernet over TDM and TDM over Ethernet (VCAT-LCAS and Pseudowire) Increased distance (repeaters), power feeding, increased BW (up to 15 Mbps per pair)Interoperable with 3 rd party devices Reduce OpEx by converging services over shared media Any service over any transport Offers a migration path from TDM network to PSN networks Smooth transition from simple Ethernet services to Carrier Ethernet Future-proof

41 Megaplex-4 v Slide41 Summary Even though the market is changing there is still a need for legacy equipment Co-existence of network technology requires hybrid solutions The Megaplex platform answers both legacy and future needs with its unique value proposition: –Lower CapEx using a single box solution –Lower OpEx by bandwidth optimization and low TCO –Support for legacy and for new services –Fiber and copper aggregation in the same box! –Clear migration path to PSN saves forklift upgrade costs –Unified solution as a central solution for multiple types of CPE –Powerful management –Clear roadmap with State of the Art innovations

42 Megaplex-4 v Slide42 Thank You For Your Attention Ami Barayev Product Line Manager

43 Megaplex-4 v Slide43 Megaplex-4 General Availability Features

44 Megaplex-4 v Slide44 Carrier Ethernet Capabilities Carrier Ethernet capabilities (With CL.2/A ) –Designed around RAD’s state of the art Carrier Ethernet engine (the same as the ETX line) –Traffic Management –Ethernet OAM –Performance Monitoring (Y.1731) –Bridge/Flow working modes Ethernet Ring Protection (ERP) – G.8032v1 (With CL.2/A) –Migration path enabler (SDH to ETH) –Integrated ETX / Megaplex solution –3rd Party interoperability Dedicated Ethernet module –8 x Copper (UTP) interfaces / 8 x Fiber (SFP) interfaces –Bridge / Flow working modes (Selection per port) –No need of external switch –MTU size: 9,600 Bytes PSN Local Services Video – best effort Mission Critical Services Real time - VOIP End-to-end Service Control, SLA Monitoring and Diagnostics MP-4100/4104 LS/HS Data SCADA Voice Legacy services Bronze Silver Gold TDM-PW EVC ETX-5300 n x E1/T1 FE/ETH n x E1/T1 FE/ETH Optimux ASMi ETX-5300

45 Megaplex-4 v Slide45 Megaplex-4 new Ethernet Services E-Line: point-to-point –Each EVC connects two or more UNIs –Replaces a TDM Private line (EPL) –Replaces ATM and FR (EVPL) E-LAN: any-to-any –Multipoint L2 VPNs –Transparent LAN Service –Multicast networks E-Tree: point-to-multi point –Point to multipoint connectivity – Internet access and/or IP TV services –No connection between leaves Any-to-any EVC Megaplex-4 CE Internet UNI Router CE UNI Megaplex-4 UNI Point-to-Point EVC Headquarter Megaplex-4 ETX CE UNI CE UNI Headquarter Point-to- Multipoint EVC Megaplex-4 ETX CE UNI CE UNI Headquarter ETX

46 RAD’s Service Assured Access 2013 Slide 46 MEF CE 2.0 Highlights CE 2.0 Multi-CoS – Multiple Classes-of-Service –Leverages TM tools for better QoS and Network Performance –Benefit: Efficient BW utilization avoids infrastructure over-build –Benefit: improve QoE by setting CBS per CoS (e.g. reduce queue length (CBS) for high priority, delay and jitter sensitive traffic while increasing CBS for bursty, low priority traffic). CE 2.0 Service Manageability –E2E service and performance monitoring –Circuit validation and fault isolation –Benefit: Reduces service costs (OPEX) eNB PSN E2E SLA Assurance CE 2.0 Interconnect - Integrates autonomous CE networks –Accelerates delivery of off-net UNI-to-ENNI services –E-Access: New Wholesale Service  Benefit: Standardized Ethernet Access  Benefit: Minimizes quantity of custom Interconnect agreements ENNI UNI E-Access UNI EVC

47 Megaplex-4 v Slide47 Megaplex-4 Traffic Management Features Extremely flexible classification (flow): –Port, VLAN-ID, P-bit, TOS-DSCP, EtherType Hierarchical-QoS (H-QOS) with flow level TM (CL.2 Network ports): –CIR/EIR Policing per flow for differentiated services –SLA assurance in congested links - shaping per EVC –Up to 8 queues per flow with Strict Priority and WFQ scheduling –Simplifying operation with powerful bandwidth profiles Benefits Increased revenues using ‘Intelligent’ over subscription –Multiple services from same port - EVC –Higher bandwidth utilization - EIR –Better utilization of network resources Maintain customer satisfaction with differentiated services –Different Drop probability, delay and jitter at different cost Reduce churn by ensuring SLA –Per service shaping ensures bandwidth per customer (EVC, EVC.CoS)

48 Megaplex-4 v Slide48 Traffic Flow – Towards CL.2/A GE Video VoIP ERP Web Unknown Social Classification L2 Attributes (RT) (Unkn) (ERP) (Blocked) (WEB) 100,1 (RT) (Unkn) (ERP) (blocked) (WEB) Mapping to Flow (marking EVC.CoS) WFQ, SP, WRED WFQ, SP, WRED Scheduling (Between CoS) CIR/EIR Policing (2R3C) CIR/EIR Shaping (1R) Scheduling (Between EVCs) WFQ EVC1 EVC2 Shaping EVCn

49 Megaplex-4 v Slide49 OAM – Operations Administration & Maintenance Discovery Connectivity check Remote loopback Fault propagation Single segment (link) IEEE (802.3ah) Continuity check Loopback Link trace End-to-end Connectivity Fault Management 802.1ag Frame Delay Frame Delay Variation Frame Loss Traps and 15 min PM statistics Service Performance Measurement Y.1731 Substation A Real Time Priority Data Best Effort UNI Substation B Real Time Priority Data Best Effort UNI EVC EVC 1 EVC 2 Real Time Priority Data Best Effort Real Time Priority Data Best Effort Central Site UNI IEEE 802.1ag Connectivity Management ITU-T Y.1731 Performance Monitoring IEEE 802.1ag OAM / ITU-T Y.1731 PM IEEE (802.3ah) PSN/TDM Megaplex-4

50 Megaplex-4 v Slide50 Hardware OAM vs. Software OAM Feature Software OAM Hardware OAM Benefits of Hardware-Powered OAM OAM agility X√ OAM rate only limited by line speed Multi-flow monitoring X√ Monitor multiple concurrent flows simultaneously (large number of MEPs) Fast detection of connectivity failure X√ Fast failure restoration <50msec Measurements of real frames as well as synthetic frames X√ Detects loss of even a single frame Accurate measurement of delay and delay variation X√ Provides accurate FD/FDV measurements (nano second resolution) Loopback at line rate X√ Allow line rate loopback for all MTU sizes, plus PRBS support

51 Company Profile 2013 Slide 51 Typical Applications Last Mile Access for Layer-3 Network Traffic segregation among multiple customers using – VLAN per customer Aggregating multiple end points from one or more customers Forwarding Ethernet traffic based on VLAN, VLAN+MAC or MAC Extending Ethernet connectivity over various media types Layer-3 PSN FO ETH Optimux ETH RICi-4/8 n x E1 ASMi/LA-210 SHDSL.bis ETH ETX ETH Ethernet Layer-2 IP Layer-3 ETH POP Megaplex-4100

52 Megaplex-4 v Slide52 GbE Ring (ERPS – ITU-T G.8032) Standard Ethernet Ring –Based on modern G.8032v1 ERPS (Ethernet Ring Protection Switching) 3 rd party interoperability –Can work with other devices that support the standard Migration path enabler –Resilient topology with sub-50ms protection switching similar to SDH/SONET rings Control Center SDH/SONET ETH SDH/SONET/GbE SHDSL.Bis FO Optimux-108 Airmux G.8032 ERPS Megaplex-4100 Airmux Megaplex-4100 Teleprotection SCADA Voice ETH Megaplex-4100 SCADA Voice Megaplex-4100 PBX ASMi-54

53 Megaplex-4 v Slide53 Link Protection LAG (Link Aggregation) – 802.1AX based –Redundant connection to a single upstream device via two ports which form a singe logical port –Provides both link protection as well as equipment protection –LACP (Link Aggregation Control protocol) used to sync LAG members and identify failures PSN CPE

54 Megaplex-4 v Slide54 Dedicated Ethernet Module 8 Ethernet interfaces –High port density and low price per port Fiber and Copper –UTP or SFP for flexible connectivity Local Switching –Saves the need of an external switch Bridge / Flow working modes (Selection per port) MTU size: 9,600 Bytes Megaplex-4100 ETH RTU Voice PBX PC Server Video Camera Router Substation/Train Station/Control Tower SDH/ SONET IP/MPLS GbE ETH

55 Megaplex-4 v Slide55 CMD In/Out Teleprotection Module 4 input commands 8 output commands –4 Primary commands, 4 Secondary commands –For each secondary command one primary command can be selected –More than one secondary command can be bounded to one primary command Event time stamping based on IEC‐60870‐5‐104 Event reporting: Commands, Automation, End‐to‐End Delay, Violations, Bit Error Rate Hardware-based processing prevents mutual influence between commands MP MP # of modules104 # of input commands 4016 # of output commands 8032

56 Megaplex-4 v Slide56 EFM Repeater – S-RPT/EFM Managed modem transmitting full-duplex at data rates of up to 11.4 Mbps over 4-wire lines TC-PAM 16/32 Line coding EFM Bonding - Per IEEE802.3ah and ITU-T G Weatherproof metal enclosure for outdoor installation Plastic enclosure for indoor installation Local and remote power feeding

57 Megaplex-4 v Slide57 Typical Applications Solution benefits Extend the reach – covers longer distance over DSL lines of High Ethernet rate (up to 11.4Mpbs) EFM bonding – Reliable DSL line and high ETH rate up to 11.4Mbps Varied power options – local and remote power feeding Single management platform from the MP-4100 to the CPE (ASMi-54L/LA-210) Zero Touch – full rate adaptation without any user confirmation MPF Central Office SDH/ SONET PSN STM-1/OC-3 STM-4/OC-12 GbE NMS S-RPT/EFM Megaplex-4100 ASMi-54L LAN FE S-RPT/EFM SHDSL.bis Branch LA-210 LAN FE S-RPT/EFM Branch SHDSL.bis 120 VDC SHDSL.bis

58 Megaplex-4 v Slide58 Remote Power Feeding Options S-RPT/4W/EFM powered from MPF (120VDC) 1 2 S-RPT/4W/ EFM (2) powered from S-RPT(1) – Phantom power 120 VDC MPF Central Office SDH/ SONET PSN STM-1/OC-3 STM-4/OC-12 GbE NMS SHDSL.bis S-RPT/EFM SHDSL.bis S-RPT/EFM Megaplex-4100 ASMi-54L LAN FE S-RPT/EFM SHDSL.bis Branch LA-210 LAN FE S-RPT/EFM Branch SHDSL.bis


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