3 Change details Topology Central Distrubuted Media copper Fiber Power CHANGESBEFOREAFTERTopologyCentralDistrubutedMediacopperFiberPowerNot neededNeededAir-conditioningEqt. QuantityAs needed (x)High (20 to 30 X *)* : For TT Case
4 Change details Service types Limited Multiple Complexity Low High CHANGESBEFOREAFTERService typesLimitedMultipleComplexityLowHighOperationEasyDiffucultHuman Resources-Headcount Qualification
5 FIBER BUILT-IN CABLING Deployment ModelFTTCSecondary Cable(copper)≤ 250 mtF/OF/OF/OCENTRAL OFFICE TO STREET CABINET THROUGH FIBER CABLESTREET CABINET TO THE CUSTOMER THROUGH SECONDARY(COPPER) CABLE (MAX:250 mt)FTTHF/OFTTBONTF/OFIBER BUILT-IN CABLINGSPLITTERF/OCAT-6 BUILT-IN CABLINGFIBER REACHESTHE BOUNDARY OF LIVING SPACEFIBER REACHES THE BOUNDARY OF THE BUILDING, SUCH AS THE BASEMENT IN A MULTI-DWELLING UNIT, WITH THE FINAL CONNECTION TO THE INDIVIDUAL LIVING SPACE BY CAT-6 (COPPER CABLE)Depending on the type of area, income level, topology and conditions of competition, FTTH, FTTB or FTTC solutions are implemented.FTTH Selected greenfield areas, industrialized areasFTTB Existing customers, business areas, high income residences, etc.FTTC Locations where rapid transformation is required and use of local cable is feasible
6 Battery- Back up time(hrs) FTTX SPECIFICATIONSCabinet TypesApplicationPSTN PortsDSL PortsTotalPower consumption(w)Battery- Back up time(hrs)Type AFTTC1472896236810006-8Type B96021611765006-10Type C76817287007-10Type D192722641008-12Type EFTTB6448112703-6Type F24301,5 - 3
7 DISASTER-EARTHQUAKEScenerio 1 : Earthquake on large FTTX deployed areaAssumptionsMain Telecom buildings are not damagedAC Mains is offAftershocks are expectingCollapsed or Destroyed;BuildingsTelecom İnfrastructure (Ducts, Pipes, Cables, Equipments …)High amount of incoming voice and Data traffic towardsDisaster areaGoverment agenciesRelief agenciesPress agencies………
8 DISASTER-EARTHQUAKERESULTSTelecom infrastructure destroyed and out of serviceThere is no way to quickly recover infrastructure and provide service other than Mobile capabilities.
11 DISASTER-EARTHQUAKEScenerio 2 : Earthquake on large FTTX deployed areaMain Telecom buildings are not damagedAC Mains is offAftershocks are expectingSome buildings collapsed destroyed others undamagedTelecom infrastructure (Ducts, Pipes, Cables, Equipments …) partially destroyed in some areas but still big portion un damagedHigh amount of incoming voice and Data traffic towardsDisaster areaGoverment agenciesRelief agenciesPress agencies………
12 DISASTER-EARTHQUAKERESULTSTelecom infrastructure destroyed and out of service in some areasBig Part of Network in good condition and worksBut still there is risk to loose all servicesSince Mains off, Fuel is running out, Battery back up times are exceedingHow we can maintain services ?
15 Fiber cables more sensible pressure than copper cables DISASTER-EARTHQUAKEFiber cables more sensible pressure than copper cablesRing or mesh topoloji critical for FTTC cabinetsPower shortage is very criticalSpare FTTX equipment or boards and batteriesFireMore network people to diagnose problems and put equipments in service