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Creating converged networks for FTTH and 5G

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Presented at the Economic Development Conference in Ontario, CA, on October 25 2018, by John George.
Learn about FTTX, 5G, Rollable Ribbon, ADSS, Micro-cables, InvisiLight ® Solutions, and Slimbox® Solutions.

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Creating converged networks for FTTH and 5G

  1. 1. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 1 Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® All Rights Reserved, Copyright © OFS Fitel, LLC 2017 Creating Converged Networks for FTTH and 5G: FTTX Design with 5G in Mind Broadband Communities Economic Development Conference Ontario, CA Oct 25, 2018 John George Senior Director, Solutions and Professional Services OFS 1
  2. 2. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 2 Fiber Network Design with 5G in Mind • What is 5G? • Applications Driving Fiber and 5G • FTTH and 5G forecasts • Converged Fiber Network Architectures supporting FTTX and 5G • Overcoming fiber deployment barriers to homes, business, and cell sites. • Q&A
  3. 3. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 3 Premier global provider of added value optical fiber based solutions Dedicated to customer satisfaction built on deep understanding of customer expectations and the needs of their customers
  4. 4. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 4 Communications Solutions Networks We Support Transoceanic Transcontinental/ Long Haul Regional Metro Fiber to the Subscriber (FTTx) Innovating for Customers • Need Driven Solutions • Application Optimized • Vertically Integrated • Industry Adopted Connecting the World • 500M KM of fiber manufactured and deployed since 1977. • 100M homes • 100M Data Center & Enterprise Connections Partnering Long Term • 130 year heritage including Bell Labs, Lucent, Furukawa, AT&T. • Standards Leadership • Global provider to leading carriers and utilities worldwide
  5. 5. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 5 USA – Global HQ 4 production locations and OFS Labs US Based Division of Furukawa Electric
  6. 6. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 6 Fiber Network Design with 5G in Mind • What is 5G? • Applications Driving Fiber and 5G • FTTH and 5G forecasts • Converged Fiber Network Architectures supporting FTTX and 5G • Overcoming fiber deployment barriers to homes, business, and cell sites. • Q&A
  7. 7. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 7 What is 5G? Higher data rates, less delay, more devices, more applications vs. 4G * Source ITU “IMT-2020”
  8. 8. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 8
  9. 9. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 9 Fiber Network Design with 5G in Mind • What is 5G? • Applications Driving Fiber and 5G • FTTH and 5G forecasts • Converged Fiber Network Architectures supporting FTTX and 5G • Overcoming fiber deployment barriers to homes, business, and cell sites. • Q&A
  10. 10. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 10 Why do we need 5G?
  11. 11. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 11 Future Applications Require High Bandwidth and Low Latency (Delay) Source: Verizon, Fiber is Sexy Again, Kyle Malady, SVP & Chief Network Officer, Fiber Connect Conference 2017
  12. 12. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 12 Billions of new “things” will be connected over the next 5 years
  13. 13. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 13 Autonomous Vehicles Can Save $1.3T for U.S Economy – and may utilize Gigabit 5G Connections Intel CEO Brian Krzanich: “The average autonomous car will create about 40 gigabytes of data each minute.” up to 6 Gb/s upload real time!
  14. 14. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 14 Fiber Network Design with 5G in Mind • What is 5G? • Applications Driving Fiber and 5G • FTTH and 5G forecasts • Converged Fiber Network Architectures supporting FTTX and 5G • Overcoming fiber deployment barriers to homes, business, and cell sites. • Q&A
  15. 15. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 15 FTTH best to meet growing residential and business bandwidth demands Source: FTTH future potential is >100X that of other technologies
  16. 16. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 16 FTTH Growing in the US and Globally FTTH available to 35M Homes, must reach 90M additional homes for 90% availability in U.S.
  17. 17. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 17 5G is short range so needs more cells to provide coverage. Macro-Cell Site Small Cells Fill the Bandwidth Gaps – Outdoors and Indoors Source: Alcatel Lucent 5G will require Millions of New Fiber Connected Small Cells over time. https://www.fiberbroadband.org/page/paving-the-road-to- 5g-with-fiber
  18. 18. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 18 Small Cell example in FLA Antenna COAX to Antenna Jumper from Terminal to Small Cell Fiber Terminal Fiber Feed in duct Radio
  19. 19. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 19 New approaches integrate small cell radio and antenna into light poles
  20. 20. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 20 1.4M Miles of fiber cable to fully cover top 25 US Metropolitan Areas • 10.4M small cells • 750 foot diameter per cell • 60 cells per square mile • 8 miles of fiber per square mile • Multi-Decade Buildout 5G is short range and needs more cells – and more fiber
  21. 21. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 21 5G is short range so needs more cells and much more fiber
  22. 22. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 22 Small cells forecasted to grow driven by 5G Small Cell Deployment Forecast 2018 - 2025 (Ms) Small Cell Forum, Nov 2017 Indoor 34.7 Outdoor 9.9 ROW 10.0 EU 6.3 NAM 4.9 APAC 23.4 “<50K outdoor small cells that have been deployed (in the US) thus far”, Wall Street analysts at Cowen and Company in a report to investors Sept 2017
  23. 23. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 23 Fiber Network Design with 5G in Mind • What is 5G? • Applications Driving Fiber and 5G • FTTH and 5G forecasts • Converged Fiber Network Architectures supporting FTTX and 5G • Overcoming fiber deployment barriers to homes, business, and cell sites. • Q&A
  24. 24. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 24 Converged Networks
  25. 25. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 25 SOURCE: Nokia_Light_Reading_Fixed_for_Mobile_Transport_White_Paper_EN FTTP (Businesses), FTTH, Fiber to Cell Networks deployed in the same space
  26. 26. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 26 . Fronthaul projected requirements per cell • 4G has converged on 10Gbps • 5G with CPRI projected to need 236 Gbps • 5G with eCPRI projected to need 25 Gbps per radio From “LightCounting Note titled “Mobile Fronthaul in the 5G Era” Oct 5, 2017 5G will need higher data rates to each cell – and more fiber!
  27. 27. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 27 5G Needs More Fibers per Cell Tower than 4G vs. 4G 5G Macro Cell Sites ~1 mile grid 72 - 288 Fibers 2-8 Fibers Backhaul 50-100 Fibers Front haul 864 - 1728 Fibers 50 – 100 Fibers Front haul per Macro-Tower 8– 24 Fibers per Small Cell Small Cells ~750 ft grid BBU C- RAN Carrier Hotel CO
  28. 28. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 28 Fiber Network Design with 5G in Mind • What is 5G? • Applications Driving Fiber and 5G • FTTH and 5G forecasts • Converged Fiber Network Architectures supporting FTTX and 5G • Overcoming fiber deployment barriers to homes, business, and cell sites. • Q&A
  29. 29. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 29 Solutions to small cell deployment barriers needed before 5G is widespread • Backhaul cost and availability. • Site acceptance. • Monetizing the investment (ROI) Small Cell Forum. Small cells market status update Issue date: 14 February 2018 Version: 50-10-02
  30. 30. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 30 Converged high density FTTX/5G fiber solutions can help address pain points Pain Point Solution Backhaul Cost. Site acceptance. Monetizing the investment (ROI) • Compact cables, ½ size of conventional, fitting in existing spaces. • Strand mountable terminals. • Plug and Play terminals and end points. • Virtually invisible on/in buildings. • Single versatile network for residential, Business, and Mobility/5G.
  31. 31. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 31 FTTx Networks can be built to support converged FTTH, FTTB, and 5G
  32. 32. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 32 FTTx Networks can be built to support converged FTTH, FTTB, and 5G Versatile Terminal Homes PON 1:32 5G Front haul or Business Direct Connection 864 or 1728 Rollable Ribbon Cable IN OR ON THE TOWER C- RAN 1RU Shelf Multifiber Drop Bundle Indoor/Outdoor Cable Cell Drop Assembly/Connectors ADSS Cable MicroCable IN THE HUT TO THE HUT LC ST MPO
  33. 33. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 33 Small Cell Solution example Slimbox® Solution plug and play factory tested and terminated EZ-Bend® Ruggedized Jumper to radio Slimbox®Drop Terminal C- RAN 864 - 1728 6- 2472 - 288
  34. 34. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 34 Compact Cabling Can Reduce Total Installed Costs for FTTH and 5G Networks Conventional Cabling Double Density Cabling Installed Cost Comparison example
  35. 35. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 35 0.0 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 7.0 8.0 Bend Loss (dB) Wavelength (nm) Std SMF AllWave Fiber AllWave + Fiber AllWave One Fiber OSP Optimized Fibers Can Lower Bending Loss to Fit Smaller Spaces Bend Loss within 2 dB network design margin Bend Loss exceeds 2 dB network design margin, can cause service failure Good Only 2 half bends like this can cause the bending loss shown in the chart Splice tray in OSP Closure 1577 10G- PON FTTH 1550 RF-Video CATV and FTTH 1603 40G- PON FTTH 1490 G-PON FTTH 1310 G-PON FTTH 1530 to 1625 C/DWDM Metro LH Current FTTN and FTTH Emerging FTTH and 5G Current Metro and Long Haul Legend conventional G.652.D SMF conventional G.652.D SMF Bend Loss with 2 half bends at 10 mm radius
  36. 36. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 36 Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com What is it? • Periodic bonds between fibers in a ribbon • Enables ribbon to be rolled into a cylinder Benefits • Enables 2x fiber vs flat ribbon in same OD • Ribbon splicing functionality • Gel free Rollable Ribbon in Loose Tube design benefits • Rugged – fibers protected • Easy individual fiber and ribbon access • Bend insensitive Zero-Water Peak fiber Rollable Ribbon is a new technology that can lower deployment cost by doubling fiber density
  37. 37. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 37 Rollable Ribbon in Loose Tube Cable Can Double the Fiber in the Same Duct Cable 1 “ 1.25” 2” Rollable Ribbon 864 1728 3456 Flat Ribbon 576 864 1728 Rollable Ribbon 864 in 1” Flat Ribbon 864 in 1.25”
  38. 38. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 38 Microcable Helps Lower System Cost for Network Densification Smallest – 5.7-6.3 mm Midia® GX Micro-cable 144 fiber cable example (Traditional cable = 15.7mm) Smaller – 8.6 mm Small – 9.7 mm Micro-Trenching • Less costly than digging up streets • Duct placed and cable blown in • Smaller cables enable faster, less expensive installation.
  39. 39. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 39 New Self Supporting Cables Offer Significant Labor Savings Aerial Dielectric Self Supporting cable (ADSS) installs faster, eases copper recovery • Up to 30% lower installed cost and 30% faster vs. lashing • 1 hr. time savings per terminal – no gel to clean • Eases recovery of copper – not lashed to copper as are traditional cables • Popular with Power Utilities (Fully Dielectric) First to market gel free ADSS cable
  40. 40. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 40 Faster, Easier Deployment to end points facilitated by connectorized systems
  41. 41. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 41 Faster, easier, virtually invisible fiber on and in buildings to residents and small cells increases acceptance and lowers cost Virtually invisible in-building ….. and now on-building fiber cabling InvisiLight® MDU Solution InvisiLight® Façade Solution 4 – 16 fibers for risers and hallways 1 fiber - In Living Unit (ILU) 24 or 12 fiber indoor/outdoor InvisiLight® ILU Solution
  42. 42. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 42 Converged high density FTTX/5G solutions can help address pain points Pain Point Solution Backhaul Cost. Site acceptance. Monetizing the investment (ROI) • Compact cables, ½ size of conventional, fitting in existing spaces. • Strand mountable terminals. • Plug and Play terminals and end points. • Virtually invisible on/in buildings. • Single versatile network for residential, Business, and Mobility/5G.
  43. 43. OFS Proprietary Your Optical Fiber Solutions Partner® at www.ofsoptics.com 43 Thank You http://www.ofsoptics.com/fttx-solution-offering.html John George Senior Director, Solutions and Professional Services OFS 770-314-0778 johngeorge@ofsoptics.com

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