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1 MSC FIBER DISTRIBUTION & MANAGEMENT PLAN Click for Next Page For Mobilink GSM MSC Islamabad C O M

2 Click for Next Page A + 10,000 fibers installation by Huber + Suhner The Zettabyte Era approach… C O M

3 Click for Next Page REFERENCES C O M

4 L eading – Highest quality, Innovative & at the cutting edge of technology I nterconnect – We manage the critical connections within Communications Networks. S ystems A pproach – We provide a ‘turn key’ solution combining modular products and additional services. We are not purely a component seller! Click for Next Page OUR FIBER MANAGEMENT & DISTRIBUTION PHILOSOPHY C O M

5 Why a Leading Interconnect Systems Approach ? 100 million kilometers of fiber sold each year Copper is an inadequate transmission medium for next generation services network topology means the convergence of 1000‘s of fibers Customers often lack adequate Fiberoptic knowledge High Real Estate costs demand higher density solutions FTTX is a huge growth market data transported within fiber has extremely high value to customer poorly managed fibers cause Network down-times and this is costly Click for Next Page ? C O M

6 The same network with our LISA & Masterline philosophy The customers network: Poor planning & inadequate fiber management A CASE EXAMPLE OF SUCCESSFUL FIBER MANAGEMENT A bank which now uses our business critical system Click for Next Page C O M

7 WHAT CUSTOMER PROBLEMS DO WE SEE? Limited Fiber Management knowledge Insufficient planning Incompatible product sets No dedicated fiber routing Incorrect cable length & no slack storage No traceability Compromised bend radius No lateral support for fibers No clear routing path for patchcords Crossed fibers Bad working practises Click for Next Page Without fiber management these problems will only multiply once the system grows! C O M

8 SHORT TERM CUSTOMER SOLUTIONS. Late Fiber management steps and its repurcussions. Adding patchcord storage components to existing rack Fit finger trunking vertically on either sides of equipment Traceability reworking and unravelling Integrate HUBER +SUHNER retro-fit components Operate periodical audits maintenance Replace products over time Too little, too late? Click for Next Page C O M

9 48 Fibers, 50m 24 Fibers, 80m 96 Fibers, 70m 48 Fibers, 70m 48 Fibers, 200m 24 Fibers, 50m 24 Fibers, 80m THE MASTERLINE CABLING SYSTEM COMPACT & QUICK TO CONNECT. PRETERMINATED. UPTO 144 FIBERS PER CABLE Return to first pageClick for Next Page

10 ADVANTAGES OF SIDE ACCESS: The Next Generation Side Access system Allows optimal expansion to all known network conditions. No need to access the rear of the rack Can be easily installed by one person Allows back-back mounting of racks for double density Offers opportunity of tray removal for splicing/servicing Reduces the space required for cable management Offers user safety against harmful fiber optic emissions Highest fiber density within a limited footprint Allows instant access to fiber tray due to runner mechanism Return to proposalClick for Next Page C O M

11 48 Fibers, 50m 24 Fibers, 80m 96 Fibers, 70m 48 Fibers, 70m 48 Fibers, 200m 24 Fibers, 50m 24 Fibers, 80m To be replaced with 100 Port ODF, expandable to 300 To be replaced with 100 Port ODF, expandable to 300 ON HOLD To be replaced with 300 Ports ODF expandable to 600 To be replaced with 200 Ports ODF expandable to 300 To be replaced with 150 Ports ODF expandable to 300 NETWORK PLANNING AND DESIGN STRATEGY FOR MSC-5 OLD TXN ROOM Fiber ODF Click any box for more detail SW ROOM Fiber ODF (MSC 5) SW ROOM 4 48 ODF Fiber (Ware House) NEW TXN ROOM Fiber ODF SW ROOM 2 24 FiberODF (MSC 11) SW ROOM 3 24 Fiber ODF (L-Shape Room) INTER CONNECTS ROOM 24 Fiber ODF (TWA ODF) Return to first page To be replaced with 600 Port ODF, expandable to 1000 Click for Next Page

12 This Proposed Next Generation Rack: 1000 Ports (according to requirement) Design Plan for New Transmission Room Mobilink MSC-5 Present ODF size: = 264 Ports Max capacity of this rack: 1584 Ports Generous patch cord management space at the right side of the trays ODR900S Location: New Transmission Room Rack type: ODR900S Side Access system. Fiber Capacity 1000 Fiber ports in 42 fiber trays (according to requirement) 1 fiber tray: 24 fiber ports (small form ferrule size) Existing system: 264 fiber Advantages of Side AccessReturn to main plan C O M

13 This Proposed Next Generation Rack: 600 Ports (according to requirement) Design Plan for New Transmission Room Mobilink MSC-5 Present ODF size: = 264 Ports Max capacity of this rack: 792 Ports Generous patch cord management space at the right side of the trays ODR900S Location: Old Transmission Room Rack type: ODR900S Side Access system. Fiber Capacity 600 Fiber ports in 50 fiber trays (according to requirement) 1 fiber tray: 12 fiber ports (standard size) Existing system: 264 fiber Advantages of Side AccessReturn to main plan C O M

14 ODF Plan for New Transmission Room Mobilink MSC-5 ODR600S Cross connect unit For patchcord overlength storage Present ODF size 96 Fiber Ports Location: SW Room 1 (MSC 5) Rack type: ODR600S Side Access system. The rack proposed in picture can accommodate 300 Fiber Ports Fiber Capacity 300 Fiber ports in 25 fiber trays (according to requirement) 1 fiber tray: 12 fiber ports (standard size) Existing system: 96 fiber Advantages of Side AccessReturn to main plan Max capacity of this rack: 792 Ports C O M

15 ODF Plan for New Transmission Room Mobilink MSC-5 ODR600S Cross connect unit For patchcord overlength storage Present ODF size 24 Fiber Ports Location: SW Room 2 (MSC 11) Rack type: ODR600S Side Access system. The rack proposed in picture can accommodate 300 Fiber Ports Fiber Capacity 300 Fiber ports in 25 fiber trays (According to requirement) 1 fiber tray: 12 fiber ports (standard size) Existing system: 24 fiber Advantages of Side AccessReturn to main plan Max capacity of this rack: 792 Ports C O M

16 ODF Plan for New Transmission Room Mobilink MSC-5 ODR600S Cross connect unit For patchcord overlength storage Present ODF size 24 Fiber Ports Location: SW Room 3 (L-Shaped Room) Rack type: ODR600S Side Access system. Fiber Capacity 300 Fiber ports in 25 fiber trays (according to requirement of 300 ports) 1 fiber tray: 12 fiber ports (standard size) Existing system: 24 fiber The rack proposed in picture can accommodate 300 Fiber Ports Advantages of Side AccessReturn to main plan Max capacity of this rack: 792 Ports C O M

17 ODF Plan for New Transmission Room Mobilink MSC-5 Advantages of Side AccessReturn to main plan ODR600S Cross connect unit For patchcord overlength storage Present ODF size 48 Fiber Ports Location: SW Room 4 (Warehouse) Rack type: ODR600S Side Access system. Fiber Capacity 300 Fiber ports in 25 fiber trays (according to requirement) 1 fiber tray: 12 fiber ports (standard size) Existing system: 48 fibers The rack proposed in picture can accommodate 300 Fiber Ports Max capacity of this rack: 792 Ports C O M


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