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1 a leading Telecommunication Solutions Partner

2 Designing integrated broadband networks
John S. Tenidis Manager, Wireless Systems & Solutions Department November 20th, 2008

3 Agenda 1 2 3 4 5 Modern Operator’s Challenges How to overcome
Intracom Telecom’s Proposition 4 Professional Services Offering 5 Conclusion

4 Source: Stratecast Partners
Modern Operator’s Challenges Services Trends Hybrid Services 3G 4G Mobile Services Broadband Services Pod-casting MMS Convergence Mobile TV IPTV Voice Services Broadcast Services Source: Stratecast Partners VoIP

5 Infrastucture Convergence MultiService Delivery Capabilities
Modern Operator’s Challenges Technology Trends Next Gen. Networks IP Multimedia Subsystem Multi – Service Triple – Play Quadruple – Play Fixed – Mobile Convergence …….. Infrastucture Convergence + MultiService Delivery Capabilities

6 Modern Operator’s Challenges Market trends
Telephone operators are beginning to suffer from revenue attacks on their traditional voice services by cellular network operators and VoIP-bypass phone service providers. ILECs, CLECs and Mobile phone operators compete relentlessly with each other being forced to offer constantly new services and to achieve a cost effectiveness that can be transferred to their final products. “Differentiation” from the lot becomes the essence of business for modern telcos

7 Modern Operator’s Challenges Mobile/wireless traffic trends
Source: Heavy Reading

8 Mobile Market & Technology Landscape
Emergence of Mobile Broadband & Multimedia Services development New content & applications (Music, gaming, User-generated content) Mobile TV New enhancements to the air interfaces HSPA, HSDPA+, LTE, Mobile WiMax, CDMA EV-DO Fixed-Mobile substitution and/or convergence Global ARPU trends: Flat to negative for voice Cost Reduction Lower-cost IP/Ethernet technologies Ethernet service available from wireline carriers IP/Ethernet interfaces coming to the base station

9 Modern Operator’s Challenges Broadband & convergent backhaul
Today Backhaul needs to support: Increased capacity Co-existing multiple technologies High peak to average traffic ratios Future migration to full Ethernet / IP BH represents ~20% of network CAPEX and ~30% of network OPEX Key to cost efficient deployment of new services Conventional TDM backhauling is inefficient Cost scales linearly with capacity TCO Revenue Need Backhaul that can offer more for less cost

10 Agenda 1 2 3 4 5 Modern Operator’s Challenges How to overcome
Intracom Telecom’s Proposition 4 Professional Services Offering 5 Conclusion

11 Keep existing Customers Lower Capital Expenditures
How to overcome Attract New Customers Keep existing Customers Lower Capital Expenditures Lower Operational Expenditures

12 Support Existing Services Expand Subscriber Base
How to overcome Attract New and Keep Existing Customers Network Designed for the support of : Offer Novel Services VoIP and NGN Services Video Broadcasting / Video On Demand High throughput On line Gaming Service Bundling (Triple Play etc) Effectively accommodate Existing Services Support Existing Services V5.2 voice protocol handling TDM Leased Line Support Seamless integration of Pair Gain solutions Incorporate support for Wireless & Optical Access Expand Subscriber Base Broadband Wireless and Wireline Access Under a common platform Introduce Optical Access

13 Common Equipment for all types of installation and access services
How to overcome Minimize Operational Expenditures Single Equipment type for CO and ONU installations Single Equipment for all services Common Element / Network Manager Operation & Maintenance simplicity Low maintenance Outside Plant Cabinet installations Common Equipment for all types of installation and access services

14 Common Uplink interface for Metro and Transit network Unification
How to overcome Lower Capital Expenditures Common Uplink interface for Metro and Transit network Unification Gigabit Ethernet uplink interface for all services Voice (ISDN & PSTN) services Data (High Speed Internet / VPN services Video (IPTV) Multicasting / Unicasting Support for legacy Backhauling networks with: Triple homing (Eth, ATM and TDM concurrent uplink interfaces)

15 Modernization of Access Network Infrastructure
How to overcome Modernization of Access Network Infrastructure with F.T.T.x. Modern Highly Distributed Unified Solution

16 Generation of new revenue opportunities
How to overcome Generation of new revenue opportunities New Services =more bandwidth = new architecture To achieve the high data rates required, it is necessary to deploy MSANs deep in the network to considerably shorten the distance to the subscriber, in a cost affordable way.

17 Phased Evolution Approach
Backhaul Strategy: Phased Evolution Approach Every network has a different start point and each site may have different requirements Network Transformation aligned to Service Transformation and traffic increase Adapt to vendor specific HSPA transport capabilities HS on CBR VCs, UBR+ VCs, QoS mechanisms, etc. Separate ETH interface ? Evolution of backhaul networks depends on the capabilities and evolution of RAN and CN nodes Multiple generations of base stations Multiple network interfaces (TDM, ATM, IP/Ethernet) IP/MPLS to the cell site? Yes – but not necessarily to the cell site in every case

18 Microwave Backhaul Requirements
Microwave is the dominant backhaul technology Microwave backhaul is required to carry both Ethernet & TDM traffic ~80% of 3G cell sites are collocated with 2G cell sites

19 Agenda 1 2 3 4 5 Modern Operator’s Challenges How to overcome
Intracom Telecom’s Proposition 4 Professional Services Offering 5 Conclusion

20 iBAS Multiservice Access Node
Broad Band xDSL Access POTS / ISDN Voice (TDM or VoIP) TDM - Leased Line NGN Pair Gain Triple Play capable Platform Wireless Broadband Access Wireless Backhauling SHDSL Environmentally Hardened, Specifically engineered for FTTC Installation Ethernet Phone TV PC * PON subscriber interfaces are scheduled in products roadmap The Cornerstone of Next Generation Access Networks

21 IBAS Multiservice Access Node
iBAS MSAN Key Features Purposely designed for the cost efficient provisioning of both Legacy services (POTS/ISDN, Leased-line, and Pair-Gain) Triple Play & Multiple Broadband (high speed Internet, IP TV, gaming) from the same, common chassis. Facilitates smooth migration of Legacy networks to advanced NGN deployments Industry leading support for both indoor and outside plant access cabinet installation with incorporated environmental management capabilities. Versatile Mechanical Design Ergonomic Front Access only requirement Compact Size Totally hardened implementation, verified for outdoor installation deployment under extreme environmental conditions. Future proof system architecture (IMS architecture support) IMPORTANT: upgrade path for Next Generation Network deployment is Seamlessly Achieved The Cornerstone of Next Generation Access Networks

22 FTTC topology efficiently addresses the needs of NGN services
iBAS Multiservice Access Node Transforming the Access Network FTTC topology efficiently addresses the needs of NGN services

23 FASTmux IP 5000 DSLAM variants
New product available! FASTmux 5000GEX DSLAM 2x Gigabit Ethernet, SFP or copper mechanics 48 ADSL/ADSL2/ADSL2plus, Annex A, B, M, L Integrated splitters FASTmux 5000GRT DSLAM OSP 1x Gigabit Ethernet SFP 32 ADSL/ADSL2/ADSL2plus, Annex A, B, M, L Roadmap

24 WiBAS FOR BACKHAULING (10.5 & 26 & 28GHz)
WiBAS Point-To-Multi-Point System Beyond 100 Mbps per sector Multi-service platform Ethernet, TDM, ATM Unrivaled performance up to 134Mbps FDD per Sector – 28MHz channel 10.5Ghz, 26GHz, 28GHz Quality of Service Low Latency 1+1 Redundancy Full Manageability Adaptive Modulation (4QAM, 16QAM, 64QAM) Base Station Terminal Stations HCSR WiBAS FOR BACKHAULING (10.5 & 26 & 28GHz)

25 End-to-End Quality of Service
WiBAS for Mobile BS Backhauling Application Hybrid SDH / MPLS Transport STM-1 (VC12) n x E1 ATM IMA + Ethernet 2G BSC SDH UMTS / HSPA ADM STM-1 (VC4) ADM 3G RNC (R99) n x E1 TDM STM-1 (VC12) / (VC4) GbE GSM/GPRS/EDGE 3G RNC Ethernet /IP Eth/MPLS FE / GbE ASN GW GbE WiMAX BS End-to-End Quality of Service

26 WiBAS advanced features
Per link modulation format assignment Each terminal in a sector is assigned its optimum format (64QAM, 16QAM, 4QAM) Optimum trade-off between link BW and range Increases average sector capacity Dynamic allocation of BW between the sector links as needed Each terminal is assigned air time when it requests it Efficient BW utilisation for bursty non committed traffic Adaptive Modulation Per Subscriber station Link modulation made more or less robust depending on weather condtitions Increases link capacity for a given antenna type Packet switching can lead to higher traffic efficiency Statistical multiplexing gains for non-committed packet traffic

Access & Transmission Content & VAS Delivery Platforms OSS/BSS Broadband Wireline Access Broadband Wireless Access Microwave Transmission Network Terminals Voice, Video and Data Distribution and Management over Broadband Networks (IPTV & Multi-Play) Value-added services for mobile and/or fixed operators Service Assurance Service Fulfillment Element & Network Management Multi-Service Access Nodes, DSLAM (iBAS, FASTmux) Point-to-Multipoint Wireless Platforms (IAS-W, WiBAS) PDH/SDH Microwave Links (IDR/ISR) Full-Service Content Distribution Network platform (fs|cdnTM) ServiceWeaver™ VAS platform Element Management Systems (BBMS, wBBMS, PRMS) ActionStreamer® provisioning system APPLICATION AREAS INTRACOM TELECOM BRANDED PRODUCTS EXCELLENCE IN TELECOMMUNICATION PRODUCTS

28 Agenda 1 2 3 4 5 Modern Operator’s Challenges How to overcome
Intracom Telecom’s Proposition 4 Professional Services Offering 5 Conclusion

29 Pre - Sales Implementation Post - Sales
Offerings Overview End to End Professional Services Portfolio Pre - Sales Implementation Post - Sales Operation Support Syst. Applications & Services Call control Systems Supply & Logistics Integration Operation Training Support Consulting Network Planning Network HL Design Core Backbone Network Access Network, FTTX Transmission Systems Physical Infrastructure

30 Starting from the low level…
Design Detailed Design (HLD & LLD) Migration Plan (NMP) Acceptance Handbook Proof of Concept Design Validation Implementation Site Requirements Specification (SRS) Site Survey Form (SSF) Site Survey Execution Network Implementation Plan (NIP) Staging & Configuration Physical Installation Roll out execution As Built Document Testing & Acceptance

31 …to reach high Operation Proactive Network Support Services
NOC Operate NOC Build Network Auditing Security Auditing Technical Support Help Desk 8 x 5 Hotline – Emergency 24 x 7 Remote Troubleshooting Field Management Spare Management SLA Restoration Services Proactive Network Maintenance Services

32 FTTx - Outside Plant Outside Plant (OSP) scope of work includes :
High Level Design Techno economic study Low Level Design Procedures for Permits/Licenses Outside plant civil works Fiber optic cable works Central Office / POP design and construction Subscriber network terminations Procedures for Permits/Licenses and Subscriber network terminations may heavily affect deployment times and implementation costs. INTRACOM OSP Scope

33 Customer specs and objectives Performance calculations
Planning first… RFP Level: Capacity Dimensioning driven by Business Plan & Service KPIs Coverage Dimensioning driven by Service Area Profile and Access KPIs Initial Equipment Quantity Analysis Preliminary Design: Review of Capacity and Coverage/ Dimensioning Distribution of Equipment to Service Areas Initial Coverage Analysis and Corrective Actions Preparation of Instructions for Site Acquisition and Preparation Actual Design: Final BS Configuration, Frequency Plan, Coverage - SINR Maps Planning for CPE units Preparation of Study Documents, Installation Guidelines, Performance Monitoring and Optimization Strategy Customer specs and objectives Network structure Frequency allocation Performance calculations Site Survey Nominal RF Planning Final RF Planning Network Deployment Initial Site Survey FINALIZATION LOOPS Hop Link optimization

34 Agenda 1 2 3 4 5 Modern Operator’s Challenges How to overcome
Intracom Telecom’s Proposition 4 Professional Services Offering 5 Conclusion

35 The “DNA” of our value… is a reputable vendor and a strong international Systems Integrator, with long experience in the region of EMEA in building, operating and transferring to owner telecommunications solutions for large Service Providers. Our solutions for our customers use leading edge technology, based on standards and with the excellence of our experience in turnkey projects

36 Conclusion - FTTx The distributed Multiservice NG Network is deemed as the most techno-economically efficient solution for the urgent network modernization needs. Intracom Telecom’s FTTX proposition fully covers the requirements of a state of the art NGN deployment scheme. iBAS MSAN as a versatile and future proof solution enables modern Operators to successfully meet the Access Networks Challenges in a cost affordable way. Intracom Telecom has the referenced product portfolio, the established market presence and the capabilities to successfully deploy a FTTX turn-key solution.

37 Conclusion - Wireless Access provisioning to Business Customers delivering Secure and High-Speed services Backhauling for Mobile & Fixed Operators, with the ability to concurrently serve diverse network technologies Cost-efficient platform for broadband services Increased profits from compelling range of services through QoS support Low cost, flexible and Scalable network infrastructures Currently Available Performance Leading Platform

38 Thank you INTRACOM TELECOM 19.7 km Markopoulou Ave.
19002 Peania, Athens, Greece T F Thank you

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