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1 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 1 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions Alex Grinshtein, Head of Presales team APAC,CIS&Africa

2 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 2 Outline Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for Business market segment –Market trends –Market challenges and solutions –Applications and case studies Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for Mobile market segment –Market trends –Portfolio and Applications –Case studies

3 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 3 Market Trends

4 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 4 Carrier Ethernet is Growing Source: Ovum Market Growth Source: Frost & Sullivan LegacyNext Generation

5 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 5 Enterprise Interconnect – Layer 2 and Layer 3 Source: Ovum Source: British Telecom publications Enterprise Interconnect “ Customers see IP services and Ethernet services as complementary –Ethernet services for interconnecting main sites and Data Center –IP services for connection remote sites all over the territory” (Major European Operator, 2010) L2 VPNs –Customers who want to control their routing –High bandwidth cost efficiency –Typically up to 100 sites –Cheaper to provide and run –Low latency L3 VPNs –Customer who do not mind sharing routing tables –Typically limited in bandwidth to around Mbps –Typically over 100 sites –Easier to provision using L3 control protocols

6 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 6 Main Challenges and RAD Solutions

7 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 7 Main Market Challenges 1.Ubiquitous connectivity : Extending Ethernet service reach to as many customers as possible over different access technologies while providing same service definitions Source: Heavy Reading, Global Ethernet service provider survey (157 participants) 2.High service availability/resiliency : Ring and linear protection schemes allow replacing highly resilient ATM and SDH networks 3.Robust service management: Managing the service through its entire life cycle, from turn-up through ‘on going’ end- to-end control to fault detection and recovery 4.End-to-end SLA/QoS: End-to-end SLA starts at the customer premises with traffic prioritization and bandwidth profiling as well as end-to-end monitoring of the service parameters

8 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 8 Variety of Ethernet Access Solution – Extending Customer Reach Service Provider Packet Switched Network Ethernet over Fiber ETX 100BT GbE ETX 1000Sx 10GbE Branch Headquarters ETX-1002 GbE RIC SDH GbE STM-1/OC-3 10BT 100BT EoPDH n x EoPDH Bonding Branch EoPDH Egate Branch RIC 10BT Ethernet over PDH RIC Branch Ethernet over SDH/SONET GbE RICi-622GE GbE RICi-155GE GbE STM-1/OC-3 STM-4/OC-12 RICi-622GE RICi-155GE SDH/SONET Branch Ethernet over DSL 10/100BT n x EoCU Bonding LA 10BT DSLAM EoCU LA DSLAM Branch GbE Branch GbE Variety of Access solutions maximizes customer reach

9 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 9 EtherAccess Portfolio – Ethernet Service Over Any Access Media FE and GbE interfaces Copper and Fiber ETX ETHoFiber RIC & Egate ETHoPDH RIC & Egate ETHoSDH LA ETHoDSL Up to 32 Mbps with nxE1/T1 bonding GFP/VCAT/LCAS Up to 32 Mbps with nxE1/T1 bonding GFP/VCAT/LCAS 155/622 Mbps GFP/VCAT/LCAS 155/622 Mbps GFP/VCAT/LCAS EFM SHDSL and VDSL2

10 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 10 Carrier Ethernet World Congress – Interop Event 2010

11 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 11 Robust Service Management Ethernet OAM Summary of available Ethernet OAM mechanisms Hardware OAM

12 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 12 Managing the Service Lifecycle Connectivity Verification Ethernet OAM ag Continuity Check MAC Ping Diagnostic Loopbacks Loopbacks L1 physical interface loopback L2/L3 Loopback per flow with MAC/IP swap (up to line rate) SLA Verification Testing RFC-2544 based tests Throughput, Loss and Delay tests Data integrity tests (BERT) Delay Measurement Performance Monitoring Ethernet OAM – Y.1731 Frame Delay, Frame Delay, Frame Loss Service availability (G.826) SLA Threshold Reporting Defining SLA objectives and proactively notified when crossed Alarms and traps on management system Statistics Collection Reporting Collecting SLA statistics Statistics collection via SNMP or FTP Statistics can be used to generate SLA reports Fault Detection & Isolation Ethernet OAM – 802.1ag Continuity Check Loopback Link Trace Fault Propagation & Notification Ethernet OAM – Y.1731 Per EVC ‘Forward’ and ‘Backward ’ Alarm Propagation (AIS and RDI) Dying Gasp indication to active ah Per port Alarm Propagation Resiliency & Repair Linear Protection ( “EVC Protection”) - G.8031 Ethernet Ring Protection - G.8032 port protection based on Link Aggregation (formerly 802.3ad) Managing the Service life cycle is essential to control the OpEx

13 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 13 Integrated RFC-2544 While turning up a new Ethernet service, it is vital to provide performance metrics of the Ethernet network under test. ETX-203A integrated RFC-2544 generator contains the following functionalities: Unidirectional or bidirectional tests Measurements of throughput, latency, frame Loss Test report creation Frame type: OAM messages RetailWholesale RFC-2544

14 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 14 HW Based ETH OAM Scalability –No limits of OAM PPS RX and TX only physical layer –Enables Fast detection 3.3ms of LOC –Significantly increase in Num of local and remote MEPS Num of DMM / LMM Measurement Accuracy –Loss measurement –Accurate real frame loss measurements –Delay measurement accuracy –Up to 1 usec Functionality –MIP support – part of OAM network between MEPs –Wire-Speed LBM reception and transmission (for RFC-2544)

15 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 15 CPE ETH ETX Customer Premises High Service Availability – Linear and Ring Protection Linear protection –Based on Link Aggregation (802.3ad) –Ethernet Automatic Protection Switching (similar to SDH APS) Ring Protection – Resilient Ethernet Ring (similar to SDH ring) Switch over can be triggered by physical level problem or by service level problem (OAM failure) PSN ETH/IP/MPLS PE ETX eNodeB ETH ETX eNodeB ETH PE Linear protection (G.8031) Using LAG (802.3ad) Resilient Ethernet Ring (G.8032) CPE ETH ETX Customer Premises High availability schemes allow the replacement of ATM and SDH

16 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 16 End-to-end SLA Using Traffic Management Class of service management: –Ensure that in case of contention highest priority traffic will be served first –Ensure low latency for delay sensitive traffic Per EVC Shaping –Smoothes egress traffic from network port –Based on Dual leaky bucket algorithm with CIR and EIR parameters Queuing –Flexible Combination of WFQ and Strict Priority for RT and Data traffic Hierarchical QoS –Allow accurate ‘leveled’ scheduling per EVC and EVC.CoS Performance Monitoring –‘Must have’ tool for SLA verification Selling SLA based services allows revenue increase using existing infrastructure Line rate Shaper

17 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 17 Customer exaple (Europe) Ethernet Services QOS Cos marking and Queue mapping function 2 rate 3 color Policers Scheduler and congestion control

18 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 18 xx Ethernet service QOS Flow classification per C-VLAN ID and P bit Each flow will be assigned policer CIR/CBS EIR EBS All flows may be stacked or not stacked with S-TAG Each Flow will be mapped to a Queue in it’s EVC (up to 8 Queues per EVC) Scheduling would be defined per EVC and between the EVC’s

19 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 19 XX service – One set of Queues LA and ETX cxcxczxczxcxcxcxS Ingress port ‘Y’ COS P-bit + c-vlan EVC-2 NNI Policer EVC-1 EVC-3 Policer S Cos 5 COS 4,2 A Cos 0 COS 3,1 2 rate policers Platinum – CIR only, Gold – CIR +EIR, Silver CIR + EIR, basic - EIR only S Cos 5 COS 4,2 A Cos 0 COS 3,1 S Cos 0 COS 3,1 S Shaper M M M M Mapping and Congestion control WRED

20 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 20 Typical NTU Traffic Management - Shaper per Port 15Mbps CIR+5 EIR 20Mbps CIR+20 EIR EVC #1 Shaper 15Mbps CIR+5 EIR 20Mbps CIR+20 EIR EVC #2 100Mbps EVC#1 EVC#2 Line rate Time 50Mbps Line rate Time 50Mbps Service provider can’t control BW on a per EVC basis EVC #2 utilizes spare shaper capacity and BW exceeds the max allowed limit EVC #1 Occasionally traffic will decrease EVC #1 Occasionally traffic will decrease Service Provider sells the following BW profile: EVC#1 BW 50Mbps EVC#2 BW 50Mbps Traffic is shaped to 50Mbps For each EVC Traffic is shaped to 50Mbps For each EVC

21 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 21 Powerful Traffic Management - Shaper per EVC 15Mbps CIR+5 EIR 20Mbps CIR+20 EIR EVC #1 Shaper 15Mbps CIR+5 EIR 20Mbps CIR+20 EIR EVC #2 Shaper 50Mbps 100Mbps EVC#1 Line rate Time EVC#2 Line rate Time 50Mbps EVC #1 Occasionally traffic will decrease EVC #1 Occasionally traffic will decrease Traffic is shaped to 50Mbps For each EVC by the T.M Traffic is shaped to 50Mbps For each EVC by the T.M EVC #2 BW controlled independently by the T.M – never exceeds MAX allowed EVC #2 BW controlled independently by the T.M – never exceeds MAX allowed Service Provider controls BW per EVC/EVC.Cos

22 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 22 Typical NTU Priority Between EVC’s 15Mbps CIR 15Mbps CIR+5 EIR 20Mbps CIR+20 EIR EVC #1 Shaper 15Mbps CIR+5 EIR 20Mbps CIR+20 EIR EVC #2 100Mbps SP 1 WFQ 1 WFQ 2 No priority between EVCs 15Mbps CIR No fairness between the EVCs

23 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 23 ETX-A Priority between EVCs (Hierarchical Scheduling) 15Mbps CIR 15Mbps CIR+5 EIR 20Mbps CIR+20 EIR EVC #1 Shaper 15Mbps CIR 15Mbps CIR+5 EIR 20Mbps CIR+20 EIR EVC #2 50Mbps 100Mbps SP 1 WFQ 1 WFQ 2 Shaper 50Mbps EVC fairness WFQ 1 WFQ 2 SP 2 EVC1 can get priority over EVC 2 if it’s Weight is defined higher WFQ 3

24 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 24 Advanced Traffic Management Tools and Benefits Tools Multiple Policers per EVC Shapers per EVC Hierarchical Scheduling. i.e.  Scheduling within groups (queue blocks)  Scheduling between groups (shapers) Benefits Control CIR/EIR BW per EVC.CoS Control MAX BW per EVC Fairness and priority between EVCs (SP/WFQ) 50Mbps Line rate Time

25 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 25 Addressing the Competitive Environment for Carrier Ethernet Demarcations Price Performance Unmanaged Media Converters No OAM Managed Demarcation Devices or Carrier Ethernet Switch Some OAM Intelligent Demarcation Devices Traffic Management, Diagnostic Tools RAD’s EtherAccess ASIC RAD’s EtherAccess ASIC allows for Cost/Performance optimization

26 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 26 ETX-203A – ASIC based Carrier Eth Demarcation

27 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 27 Main Applications and Case Studies

28 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 28 Ethernet Services Over Fiber and DSL Access Providing high speed (fiber based) and low speed (DSL based) Ethernet services Using SHDL.bis up to 22 Mbps using EFM bonding LA and ETX have the same Ethernet capabilities – allowing for the same service definitions Ethernet OAM can be done between LA and ETX ETX LA End-to-end service control and SLA measurement

29 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 29 Intelligent Demarcation In Action— Retail Customer Example E-Line or E-LAN (EVPL),SLA, OAM (Y.1731 with thresholds), RFC-2544 Bank H.Q ETX-203A FE/GbE Bank Affiliate ETX-203A FE/GbE Bank Affiliate ETX-203A FE/GbE Bank Affiliate Retail Carrier Network EVC #1 EVC #N EVC #2 EVPL: Support up to 30 Ethernet Virtual connections for 30 different branches (160 EVC.CoS) EVPL: typical 5 Ethernet virtual connections for different services

30 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 30 Intelligent Demarcation In Action— Wholesale Customer Example E-Line or E-LAN (EVPL),SLA OAM (Y.1731 with thresholds), RFC-2544 FE/GbE Customer Branch Office Carrier B FE/GbE Wholesale Carrier Network Customer Branch Office Carrier B Carrier “A” Carrier Network EVPL: Support up to 30 Ethernet Virtual connections for 30 affiliates and 160 EVC.cos Wholesale NTU Retail NID Wholesale NTU Carrier “B” Carrier Network FE/GbE Customer Branch Office Carrier A Wholesale NTU Retail NID FE/GbE Customer Branch Office Carrier A Wholesale NTU Retail NID EVC #1 EVC #N Retail NID

31 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 31 Telekom Austria Eth L2 VPN Services

32 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 32 Zamtel, Zambia- Eth over Fiber Access Solution ETX-102 Packet Switched Network Fast Ethernet Over Fiber Gigabit Ethernet Over Fiber Fast Ethernet UTP Cable Gigabit Ethernet UTP Cable Switch Fast/Gigabit Ethernet Customer Site POP Advantages Manageable solution Central solution for UTP-to-fiber media converter Benefits High port density Support for Giga and Fast Ethernet in the same Chassis UTP Cable CPE ETX-202 LRS

33 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 33 RAD’S Ethernet Access Solution at Work – Completel

34 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 34 CenturyLink USA Wholesale Ethernet 3 rd telecom provider in the US EPL and EVPL Services, wholesale

35 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 35 EIRCOM, Ireland – NGN Access Architecture for Business Services LA-210 LAN ETH Site A ETX-202A LAN ETH Site B ETX-202A LAN ETH Site C SHDSL.bis EFM GbE– F.O IP/MPLS Nationwide Network GbE – F.O ALU 7302 ISAM ALU 7450 ESS Customer Benefits: Extensive Ethernet OAM across access infrastructure Uniform service and capabilities across access infrastructure Enhanced L-2 Ethernet capabilities over any access infrastructure RAD Advantages: Seamless advanced Ethernet service regardless of access network Efficient & advanced EFM technology Full OAM/QoS feature set to maximize revenues & minimize Opex IOT with ALU

36 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 36 TPSA (Orange Business Services), Poland – Carrier Ethernet Services over Fiber and DSL LAN LA-210 ETH IP/MPLS Nationwide Network SHDSL.bis EFM Remote Office FE/GE VoIP PBX Best Effort Data Internet IP VPN Headquarters 100 Mbps E1 4 FE ports LAN-to-LAN 1 GbE Multiservice IP/Ethernet Optional dual fiber Redundancy 2/4 pair Copper LAN-to-LAN End-to-end traffic management and service control Service Demarcation Customer Benefits: Offering advanced EVPL, EVPLAN services as well as access over DSL for a cost-effective mid-rate access (22 Mbps) End-to-End Connectivity & SLA are monitored RAD Advantages: Advanced OAM and QoS feature-set Seamless Service offering with either fiber access or NxSHDSL (EFM) access Service Demarcation Remote Office ETX-201AETX-202A IP DSLAM

37 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 37 Optus, Australia – High Speed Ethernet Services over DSL EFM Customer Benefits : Leveraging the installed old and new DSLAM infrastructure for Business services Excellent solution for mid-band access rates Increase revenue with advanced Ethernet services & multi-service options (Built in PWE) Reduce Opex with End-to-End control RAD Advantages: Seamless advanced Ethernet service regardless of access network Efficient & advanced EFM technology Full OAM/QoS feature set to maximize revenues & minimize Opex Built in PWE technology to support E1/V35 leased line services over DSL/PSN Complete Interoperability vs Huawei MSAN Branch A LA-210 Packet Switched Network IP DSLAM Huawei ETH Headquarters LAN LA-210 ETH Up to 4 SHDSL IP DSLAM Huawei UA-5000 IP DSLAM Huawei LAN ISP Branch B LA-210 ETH LAN E1 VendorIPDSLAM/MSANVersion SHDSLbis/EFM Module TDM PWE IOT DeploymentPoC UA-5000 V100R017H603SHLB CX-600 MA-5600T V800R006C02 SPC100 H802SHLB ISAM 7302 Form R3.3 and above NSLT-A 7750 SR / 7705 SAR Surpass hiX 5622/25/30/35 Ver. 2.8IU:SHDSL:48:E MileGate 2300 SHDSLbis SUSE1

38 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 38 Branch C ETX FE/GbE Ethernet Services Using Own SDH/SONET Infrastructure (“On-Net”) Switching for multi-site connectivity is done by the central aggregation (Egate-100/2000) Secured traffic separation using VLANs Different services can be provided with different QoS Headquarters and branches connected as if on the same LAN Interoperability when interconnecting other branches over fiber/DSL access GbE Headquarters SDH/ SONET WWW Egate PSN ETH/IP/MPLS RICi n x E1/T1 Bonding STM-1/4 OC-3/12 Branch A RICi Branch B STM-1/4 OC-3/12

39 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 39 Metro Ethernet Expansion over SDH/SONET (“Off Net”) Off-Net solution for Alternatives carriers expanding their limited reach using leased lines services Seamless Ethernet service with fast time-to-market –End-to-end OAM allow service monitoring across the hybrid transport network –SLA verification regardless of access type Variety of service access speeds starting for 2/1.5M (E1/T1) up to 622M (STM-4/OC-3) Customer Premises POP RICi Egate SDH/ SONET n x E1/T1 Bonding STM-1/4 OC-3/12 Service Span (end-to-end OAM) GbE STM-1/4 OC-3/12 Customer Premises ETX ETH Fiber Transport Provider Span Transport Provider Network PSN ETH/IP/MPLS RICi Customer Premises

40 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 40 POP Egate-100 GbE RIC-LC/ n x E1/T1 Microwave Radio Ethernet Radio STM-1 Egate-100 GbE SDH STM-1 POP RIC-LC/ n x E1/T1 Ethernet Radio PE POP RIC-LC/ n x E1/T1 Ethernet Radio Customer CPE Customer Benefits: Leveraging huge existing PDH/SDH Infrastructure for providing managed Ethernet services up to 8Mbps per customer. Saving Capex/Opex and simplifying the network by replacing Router based solution (L3) to L2 based. Scalable solution can start from 2M up to 8M RAD Advantages: Complete Managed EthoPDH solution, including CPE, Aggregator and NMS An ideal EthoPSH product for emerging markets (RIC-LC), Feature/Price performance RCOM, India – Ethernet Service Delivery to Business Customers Radio Management Traffic User Ethernet Traffic Microwave Radio Microwave Radio

41 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 41 Enterprise Ethernet Services over PDH/SDH INDOSAT-POP STM-1 GbE Egate-100 PDH/SDH RICi-16/4E1/ EVPL FE Customer Premises ETH CO/POP NMS PSN n x E1 Customer Benefits: Generate new revenues by expanding customer that were out of range, by using exiting PDH/SDH Infrastructure Single box solution at POP, saving CAPEX and OPEX Less complex L2 technology – reduce maintenance cost Advance QoS functionality, Traffic shaping and prioritization per subscriber (VLAN/EVC based) RAD Advantages: End to End solution over PDH/SDH CPE and Aggregation device. Advance QoS Support, EVPL based functionality Compliance with MEF standard n x E1 Ethernet Switch Managed Ethernet Services to Business Customers RICi-16/4E1/ EVPL FE Ethernet Switch Managed Ethernet Services to Business Customers FE RICiE1 E1

42 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 42 POP FE/100Fx POP Kyivstar, Ukraine – SMB Ethernet Services over PDH/SDH Customer Processes STM-1 n x E1 RICi-4/8/16E1 FE/100Fx RICi-4/8/16E1 Egate-100 GbE n x E1 SDH/PDH RICi-16 n x E1 GbE MPLS Internet Customer Benefits: Operational flexibility by enabling Ethernet over existing PDH/SDH infrastructure Small aggregation solution using RICi-16 OEM tolls for easy network maintenance RAD Advantages: Support for wide range of access data rates Remote management and enhanced Fault/Monitoring tools (FP,ETH/E1 statistics, Loopback etc.) Reduce Opex and Capex by leveraging existing transport infrastructure FE Customer Processes RICi-E1 FE RICi-E1 E1

43 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 43 Telus, Canada Telus Managed Layer 3 Service Customer Benefits: Can use existing infrastructure. No fibre build req’d. Closes the gap in service offering (3, 4.5, 6 mb, etc.) Single Vendor for Fibre and Copper Circuits RAD Advantages: Broad portfolio – RICi and ETX RAD Top notch Service to customer QOS capabilities – Best technical solution they’ve seen Transport Metro GE RICi-16T Router 3400 Customer 10/100BT n x T1 CPE RICi-16T n x T1 FE DE CA NGN GbE M320/10i Jumiper PE M320/10i OSS Terminal Server GbE TELUS CO. Or Colo Serial Cable

44 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 44 IP DSLAM and WiMAX Backhauling over SDH/SONET Generate new revenues by providing new services leveraging existing transport infrastructure Use of simple Layer 2 technology reduces maintenance costs Support for wide range of access data rates Fast roll-out SDH/ SONET POP Egate GbE POP RICi-16/8/4 IP DSLAM FE xDSL RICi-E1/T1 FE BTS POP Wimax POP RICi-155GE RICi-622GE IP DSLAM FE/GbE xDSL n x E1/T1 E1/T1 PSN ETH/IP/MPLS STM-1/4 OC-3/12 STM-1/4 OC-3/12

45 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 45 POP Backhaul over PDH-MW Backhaul WiMAX and IP DSLAM with Ethernet interfaces using existing extensive PDH-MW deployment Avoid (or delay) migration to ETH-MW Use the RICs to convert from Ethernet to nxE1/T1 RICi-16 FE PDH-MW RICi-16 n x E1/T1 Central Office FE/GE n x E1/T1 PSN ETH/IP/MPLS WiMAX BTS Wimax IP DSLAM xDSL FE/GE

46 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 46 RIC-155CH Wimax FE RICi-8E1LC FE 8 x E1 BSNL, India Urban Wimax Backhauling Customer Benefits: Extended service coverage results in higher competitiveness and increased revenue with broader customer base Leverage existing SDH/PDH infrastructure (for incumbent carriers) Reduced Opex using simple Layer 2 transport technology Facilitates advantages of fast deployment of broadband services RAD Advantages: Dedicate product for the Indian market Low cost product, competitive in features vs. cost. Central management solution Access Scalability, E1, nxE1,STM-1 POP ETH PDH/SDH PSN ETH Ch. STM-1 RIC-155CH Ch. STM-1 8 x E1 RICi-8E1LC Wimax RAD NMS

47 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 47 POP/Cabinet Outdoor Cabinets RIC-155GE Huawei MSAN GE xDSL RICi-16/H FE 16 x E1 GFP/VCAT xDSL Customer Benefits: Extended service coverage results in higher competitiveness and increased revenue with broader customer base Leverage existing SDH/SONET infrastructure (for incumbent carriers) Reduced Opex using simple Layer 2 transport technology Facilitates advantages of fast deployment of broadband services RAD Advantages: Complete solutions (POP and central site equipment) with remote management Price performance Reliable product Harden version POP ETH PDH/SDH Metro ETH Alcatel 7450 ETH Huawei MSAN STM-1 RIC-155GE RICi-16E1 BRAS STM-1 16 x E1 GFP/VCAT Globe Telecom, Philippines – RIC-155GE/RICi-16E1. Huawei/ECI MSAN Backhaul over SDH.

48 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 48 Utilization of exiting PDH MW for Etherent services – Case Studies OP-1551 PSN ETH n x E1 E1 STM-1 PDH Radio RICi-E1 Egate-100 GbE ETHE1 RICi-E1 Airmux-200 ETH Airmux-200 Benefits: Utilization exiting PDH MW for Ethernet services Extend reach of Ethernet-based access to the customers by using Low cost PtP IP radios. Customer 1 Core PSN n x RICi-4E1 Zantel HQ ETH RICi-4E1 Airmux-200 ETH Airmux x E1 PDH Customer 1 ETH Airmux-200 PDH 4 x E1 RICi-4E1 Airmux-200

49 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 49 Smooth Migration Success Story: Bezeq Israel

50 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 50 Ethernet Fiber Access – Fan-out and Ring Aggregation Complete Ethernet Access solution including remotes and aggregation Up to 24 remotes ETX connected over FE or GE Ethernet access ring option Port versatility: FE/GE/10G ports available Each port can be used as network and user port Redundancy: –Ring based –LAG based Customer Premises CE ETX FE/GE Customer Premises CE ETX FE/GE Customer Premises CE ETX FE/GE FE/GbE Ethernet Ring GE/10G ETX-1002 GbE/10G Edge Device ETX-1002 Ring aggregation Remote POP GbE/10G Edge Device PSN ETH/IP/MPLS ETX-1002 Customer Premises CE ETX FE/GE Customer Premises CE ETX FE/GE Customer Premises CE ETX FE/GE FE/GbE Fan-Out (Hub&Spoke) aggregation PSN ETH/IP/MPLS

51 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 51 Tier-2 Service Provider, Philippines Metro Eth Access – PoC stage Remote POP GbE/10G PE PSN Cisco ETX-1002 Customer Premises CE ETX-203A FE/GE FE/GbE Customer Benefits: Offering a Managed Eth L2 services ( Replacing the current un managed Convertor base solution) Reduce OPEX by offering advanced operation and monitoring /Maintanaced tolls, based on Eth OAM, VLAN loopbacks and RFC-2544 tests. RAD Advantages: Advanced OAM, Loopback and RFC-2544 tools. Single device with FE/GbE Capabilities (license based). Built in advanced Traffic MNG/QoS features for future needs. Customer Premises CE ETX-203A FE/GE Customer Premises CE ETX-203A FE/GE

52 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 52 Ethernet Access – Two Aggregation Levels Using ETX-5300A Up to 80 x GbE & 8 x 10GE / 16 x 10GE Up to 16 STM-1 & 8 x 10GE 3U fully redundant service box Non-blocking architecture with wire speed packet forwarding for all packet sizes E-Line, E-LAN,E-Tree Services ETX-212A/ETX-1002 Edge Device PSN ETH/IP/MPLS ETX-5300A ETX ETX-212A Ethernet Ring (G.8032 ) ETX-212A Edge Device PSN ETH/IP/MPLS Ethernet Ring (G.8032 ) ETX-5300A Ring aggregation Fan-Out (Hub&Spoke) aggregation ETX-212A/ETX-1002 ETX

53 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 53 Egate-2000 and RICs – Full Ethernet over TDM Access Solution Aggregate both Ethernet over PDH and Ethernet over SDH traffic in one central device Full redundancy Based on GFP/VCAT/LCAS per SDH and PDH encapsulations Provide end-to-end traffic management Ethernet OAM support POP Egate-2000 RICi- 4xE1/T1 GbE SDH/ SONET RIC-LC 2 x STM-4/ OC-12 4/8/18xE1 RICi- 8xE1/T1 RICi- 16xE1/T1 RICi- 155GE RICi- 622GE 4xE1/T1 8xE1/T1 16xE1/T1 STM-1/OC-3 STM-4/OC-12 FE GE ETX+MiRIC E1/T1/E3/T3/STM-1/OC-3 GE Edge Device PSN ETH/IP/MPLS POP Egate-2000 RICi- 4xE1/T1 SDH/ SONET (STM-4/16) RIC-LC 4/8/18xE1 RICi- 8xE1/T1 RICi- 16xE1/T1 RICi- 155GE RICi- 622GE 4xE1/T1 8xE1/T1 16xE1/T1 STM-1/OC-3 STM-4/OC-12 FE GE ETX+MiRIC E1/T1/E3/T3/STM-1/OC-3 GE Edge Device Ethernet Ring (GbE) PSN ETH/IP/MPLS

54 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 54 EtherAccess Value Proposition

55 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 55 Summary – EtherAccess for Business Market Segment Reach all customer sites with a variety of access solutions Increase revenues by offering more bandwidth and SLA based services Offer more services with a variety of applications for retail and wholesale customers Save more on OpEx with OAM based end-to-end service control and monitoring

56 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 56 Outline Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for Business market segment –Market trends –Market challenges and solutions –Applications and case studies Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for Mobile market segment –Market trends –Portfolio and Applications –Case studies

57 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 57 Mobile Backhaul Radio Access Network Topology Microwave Copper Fiber Core/Metro 2G controller 3G controller 3G 2G Cell Site Access Core Radio Access Network

58 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 58 Trends in the Mobile Backhaul Market

59 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 59 Copyright © Heavy Reading Ethernet Backhaul Market Tracker Trends in the Mobile Backhaul Market

60 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 60 Migration to IP/Ethernet Backhaul

61 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 61 MBH Portfolio & Applications

62 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 62 RAD’s Mobile Backhaul Portfolio for “Any Access” ACE 3105 Packet Switched Network SDH RICi Bonding Egate Bonding ASMi LA-210 DSLAM ACE 3220 ETX Metro Ethernet Ethernet over PDH/SDH Multiservice over fiber/xDSL TDM + Ethernet over Fiber/xDSL BTS/ Node-B BTS/ Node-B BTS/ Node-B BTS/ Node-B BTS/ Node-B BTS/ Node-B BTS/ Node-B BTS/ Node-B BTS/ Node-B DSLAM RICi IPMux/Optimux BTS/ Node-B BTS/ Node-B TDM + Ethernet over MW ASMi RICi/ETX/IPMux

63 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 63 Segmentation of RAD’s MBH Portfolio Cell Site Gateways (CSG) Mobile Demarcation Devices (MDD) Diverse Solution, mainly for niche application CSGACE, LA MDDETX DiversedIPMux/Gmux MSC Backhaul (voice trunking) ASMi-52 Optimux MP-4100 Egate/RIC Airmux

64 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 64 Cell Site Gateway Applications CSG is needed when –The interfaces of the base station doesn't match the network interface –The functionality of the network, isn’t supported by the RAN equipment (e.g. MPLS) Radio Sites n x E1 TDM FE/GbE n x E1 IMA STM-1 ATM E1/ ETH n x SHDSL ACE-3220 IP DSLAM BTS Node B E1 TDM ACE-3220 ADSL2+/ VDSL Node B BTS Node B STM-1 ATM/GbE BSC/RNC Site E1s TDM Ch. STM-1 PSN Access Network n x SHDSL 3 rd Party/ ACE ACE-3105/LA-210 Voice (R99) HSDPA RNC BSC ETH

65 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 65 Transport Network: ETH/IP/MPLS ENB/IPNB PE GbE Controller Aggregation Site ETH Cell Site Hub Site Mobile Operator ENB/IPNB ETH Transport Network Cell Site Mobile Demarcation Device Application MDD is needed for –Wholesale provider is selling mobile transport services –The fix division of a converged fix and mobile operators would like to provide: Timing services for the mobile network Guarantee E2E SLA over the transport network Over subscripting the network ETX

66 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 66 Transport Network: ETH/IP/MPLS ENB/IPNB PE GbE Controller Aggregation Site ETH Cell Site Hub Site Mobile Operator ENB/IPNB ETH Transport Network Ensuring E2E SLA with MDD Cell Site

67 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 67 Transport Network: ETH/IP/MPLS ENB/IPNB PE GbE Controller Aggregation Site ETH Cell Site Hub Site Mobile Operator ENB/IPNB ETH Transport Network E2E SLA Assurance and Service Validation with MDD Cell Site ETX Operator AOperator B Delay, Jitter, Packet Loss, Availability, Loopbacks ITU-T Y.1731 (PM) IEEE 802.3ag (CFM) IEEE 802.3ah

68 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 68 Transport Network: ETH/IP/MPLS ENB/IPNB PE GbE Controller Aggregation Site ETH Cell Site Hub Site Mobile Operator ENB/IPNB ETH Transport Network Network Oversubscription with MDD Cell Site ETX 10 Mbps CIR: 2.5 Mbps CIR: 2.5 Mbps CIR: 2.5 Mbps CIR: 2.5 Mbps 10 Mbps CIR: 2.5 Mbps CIR: 2.5 Mbps CIR: 2.5 Mbps CIR: 2.5 Mbps EIR: 2.5 Mbps EIR: 2.5 Mbps EIR: 2.5 Mbps EIR: 2.5 Mbps PIR=CIR + EIR CIR: 2.5 Mbps EIR: 2.5 Mbps PIR: 5.0 Mbps CIR: 2.5 Mbps EIR: 2.5 Mbps PIR: 5.0 Mbps Classification according to flow key: 1.VLAN 2.P bit 3.DSCP 4.IP address 5.MAC address 6.UDP ports 7.EtherType 8.Combination Flow Classification Flow: Video Flow: Mgt. Flow: Data Flow: Clock Flow: Voice Mapping Flows to Queues WFQ, SP WRED Prioritization for CoS assurance Shaping Smooth the egress traffic Shaping WFQ EVC1 EVC2 EVCn 2 nd Scheduling Hierarchy CIR/EIR Policing CIR/EIR Policing CIR/EIR Policing CIR/EIR Policing CIR/EIR Policing Bandwidth profile per flow

69 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 69 Transport Network: ETH/IP/MPLS ENB/IPNB PE GbE Controller Aggregation Site ETH Cell Site Hub Site Mobile Operator ENB/IPNB ETH Transport Network Provide Timing Services with MDD Cell Site ETX Sync-E Clock Source IEEE Grandmaster Clock Mobile Demarcation Device - MDD 1PPS Sync-E T1/E1/STM-1 2 /10 MHz Transport Network eNodeB / Base station Adaptive Sync-E T1/E1/OC3/DSL

70 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 70 Diverse MBH Solution Diverse MBH solution is needed for –Extending mobile coverage (mainly rural connectivity) –Line extension –Converting media

71 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 71 MP-4100 PoP Diverse Application: Extending the Mobile Coverage ASMi Fiber extension IP Node B BTS Site Airmux BTS Site BTS Optimux/IPMux E1/T1 TDM Ethernet IP Node B BTS Site BTS BSC RNC IP Node B BTS E1/T1 TDM Ethernet E1/T1 TDM Ethernet STM-1/OC-3c SONET/ SDH Bonded Copper extension Sub-6 GHz Wireless extension n x E1/T1 ETH Customer Benefits: End-to-end RAD solution for any infrastructure Best cost per Mbps solution Winning Points: MP-4100 with dual uplink ASMi – 2.6km with up to 22Mbps Optimux – transparent TDM and independent clocking support

72 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 72 Diverse Application: ASMi-54 as Mini-DSLAM Feature list: Up to 4 x E1 & 4 x ETH ports with combined throughput of up to 22 Mbps Multipoint capabilities up to 4 modems at the remote site QoS, stacking and stripping Wide range of management options TDM ETH E1 Node B BTS 2w 4 ETH 5.7 Mbps 4 E1 ASMi-54 ASMi-54L ETH E1 Node B BTS ASMi-54L ETH E1 Node B BTS ASMi-54L ETH E1 Node B BTS ASMi-54L 2w 5.7 Mbps 2w 5.7 Mbps 2w 5.7 Mbps BSC RNC PSN

73 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 73 Diverse Application MBH with DSL Chain SHDSL ETH 5.7 Mbps ETH SHDSL ASMi-54 Customer Needs: Connecting message sign and road barrier system to stop the traffic in case of an emergency Video camera connectivity for security and control Customer Benefits: Manageable single unit Maximized copper line – High bandwidth over single pair Video camera connectivity for security and control ASMi-54 PSN Access Network ETH

74 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 74 Diverse Application: Unlicensed MW with Standard TDM PWE Cell Site BSC BTS Controller Site 4 x E1 Airmux Airmux with Integrated IPmux Airmux Outdoor n x E1/T1 CH-STM-1 OC-3 NodeB ETH Cell Site BTS 4 x E1 Airmux with Integrated IPmux Airmux Outdoor NodeB ETH Airmux Gmux/IPmux rd Party RNC ETH PSN

75 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 75 Diverse Application: MBH over MW Ring IPmux/ETX ETH TDM Airmux PoE IPmux/ETX ETH TDM Airmux PoE IPmux/ETX ETH TDM Airmux IPmux/ETX ETH TDM Airmux PoE G.8032 Ring Fiber

76 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 76 Diverse Application: Backhauling of 2G over PSN IPmux-155 IPmux-4L/A E1 PSN IPmux-4L/A E1 BSC n x E1 CH-STM-1 ETH 2G BTS Customer Benefits: OPEX/CAPEX savings by backhauling 2G over Ethernet Savings in external sync sources by using built-in synchronization solution over PSN Winning Points: Best cost/performance solution in the market for backhauling of 2G over packet network

77 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 77 Diverse Application: Backhauling of 2G and 3G using MiTOP Sync-E/1588 E1/T1/E3/T3 ETH NB BTS E1/T1/E3/T3 ETH NB BTS ETH Gmux/ IPmux rd Party BSC n x E1/T1 CH-STM-1 OC-3 ETH RNC ETH PSN

78 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 78 Diverse Application: Backhauling of 2G/3G over PDH/SDH Applicable for Transport providers Self build mobile operators (mainly when SONET/SDH/PDH microwave is used Customer Benefits Flexible bandwidth allocation with circuit bonding MEF certified solution Winning Points Support both ML-PPP and GFP Interoperability with Cisco Central Office SDH/ SONET STM-1/OC-3c or 3 x DS-3 ADM DXC STM-1/OC-3 GbE 4 x E1/T1 BSC Egate-100 RNC RICi-16E1/16T1 FE Data IP Node B or WiMAX RICi-16E1/16T1 FE Data IP Node B n x E1/T1 RICi-16 BTS n x T1 FE Node B T3 E1/T1 (Voice) Cisco

79 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 79 Diverse Application: IP-NodeB over PDH Microwave E1/T1 RNC GbE Ch-STM-1 IP NodeB PDH MW SDH/ SONET ADM Egate-100 MiRIC RICi

80 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 80 MBH Case Studies

81 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 81 Claro, Guatemala – 2G+3G Cellular Backhauling over Ethernet Customer Benefits: Simplicity Cost effective solution on single platform Adequate price performance RAD Advantages: Long term relation with the customer Flexible solution with progressive traffic concentration Possibility to add pseudowire for adding TDM concentration ETX-102/201 BTS FE/GbE BSC MSC Metro ETH MPLS FE/GbE ETX-102/201 FE/GbE FO ETX-102/201 FE/GbE FO Node BBTS FE/GbE Node BBTS FE/GbE Node B

82 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 82 E1s A n x E1 Telefonica, Nicaragua – Cellular Backhauling using IPmux Ring Customer Benefits: High resiliency, easy replacement of obsolete SDH access ring without fiber re-layout RAD Advantage: Up to 16 nodes in a ring, with sub 50ms switching time The ring control messages are running over a dedicated reserved VLANs BSC Gmux-2000 Metro ETH MPLS GbE Ring IPmux-216 ETH IPmux-24A E1s IPmux-24A E1s IPmux-24A

83 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 83 Edatel: Ethernet Ring Topology for Ethernet and TDM – PoC Central Site GbE Ring G.8032 Cell Sites (Nodes B + BTS + LTE) and Corporate Sites IPmux-4L/A 4 x FE + 1 x GbE ETX-26 Cell Site 4 x E1 1+1 STM-1 GbE, FE SDH Cell + Corporate Site 4 x FE IPmux-155L ETX-26 Cell Site 4 x FE PBX and VoIP Note: Under Homologation Customer Benefits: Same provider for nodes with and without circuits OPEX savings by reducing the number of FO links but keeping protection RAD Advantage: Standard G.8032, allowing coexistence of ETX and IPMUX in the same ring Future proof solution for migration to full packet switching

84 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 84 Vodafone, Portugal – Mobile Backhaul over DSL and PSN LA-210 IP DSLAM Node B Cisco Cell site ETH PSN E1 NTR Clock over SHDSL RNC Customer Benefits: L2 transport and Carrier Ethernet QoS capabilities Standard Ethernet over SHDSL with EFM bonding Mid-band capacity up to 22.8 Mbps E1 over SHDSL in the same device High quality NTR support RAD Advantage: All-in-one device: CapEx savings No need for dedicated E1 LL: OpEx savings Ethernet over DSL expertise Synchronization and ToP expertise Cisco 7600 MWR V2

85 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 85 Vodafone, Germany HSDPA Offload over DSL Customer Benefits: Take advantage of widespread copper infrastructure Utilize scalable, cost-effective broadband transport services Reduce transport costs for data traffic Ensure QoS for voice traffic RAD Advantage: Interoperability with ALU MSAN DSLAMs Future proof solutions support migration to PSN 3G Node B 3G RNC E1 UNI Up to 4 x E1 ATM ADSL2+ ACE-3220 ATM Transport Network DSLAM STM-1 ATM HSDPA Traffic Voice Traffic

86 Carrier Ethernet Access Solutions for PM2010 Slide 86 Summary – EtherAccess for Mobile Backhaul Market Segment Mobile broadband drives the operators to shift from TDM to Ethernet backhaul Most of the additional bandwidth will be transported over packet-based network Operators will require more than just buying big pipes RAD’s MBH portfolio is based on CSG, MDD and diverse solutions, which is, cost-effective and premium intelligent solution

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