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  • SONET Migration in the Access

    Devarajan Aramudhan Product Manager, HERO Marketing

    March, 2015

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    Expenses

    Revenue

    OpEx

    CapEx ARPU

    How to Pay for it ? Technology Confluence GMPLS

    WSON

    SDN NFV

    DWDM

    100 Gig IP/MPLS

    MPLS-TP OTN

    SONET/SDH

    Service Diversity

    IPTV

    Business Ethernet

    EPL

    EVPL E-LAN

    HSI

    DCI L3VPN

    Mobile Backhaul

    VoD

    FTTx

    L2VPN

    Traffic is Growing & Dynamic

    Transport Capacity Planning Challenges

    SONET/SDH EoL

    Why change? Market Dynamics

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    Transport Operational Model Provisioning, Fault & Performance Monitoring

    Predictable, Reliable and Deterministic

    Resiliency sub 50 m-sec protection

    Technology Agility Ethernet, MPLS, DWDM, OTN, Legacy

    Service Density, Scalability & Diversity

    Management

    Migration checkpoints SONET/SDH Transition Keys

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    SONET Today

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    What CES

    Why

    Traditional x-haul technologies unable to maintain pace with the exponential growth in Access

    Legacy voice and TDM services to co-exist with NG-services

    Where Access to backhaul, transition to a packetized infrastructure

    How Efficiently carry TDM signals on a packet switched network, while maintaining accurate synchronization information for these circuits

    Transporting TDM over Packet A Different Approach

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    Converged SONET, OTN & Packet Tomorrow

    Layers Devices

    No Grooming required, End2End TDM and Packet Services

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    Map the underlying service into PWs no aggregated signals inside of PWs

    TDM Endpoint packetized using CESoP, SAToP or CEP

    A-Z Provisioned Pseudowire from Edge to Edge

    No intermediate Switching/Grooming Configuration needed per Service

    Huge Space and power savings: Get rid of DCS & ADMs

    Easy to operationalize - MPLS technology with Dynamic Control plane

    Independent Packet Transport Layer

    Migration Benefits

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    SONET Access Migration

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    SONET Access Migration

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    SONET Access Migration

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    SONET Access Migration

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    SONET Access Migration

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    SONET Access Migration

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    SONET Access Migration

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    SONET Migration - Summary

    Evolution not Revolution Converged Packet Optical Transport System Keep Transport Operational Model NCS 4000 for POTS & NCS 2000 for Transport Cisco NMS tools to manage all layers

  • Thank you.

    SONET Migration in the AccessSlide Number 2Migration checkpointsSONET/SDH Transition KeysSlide Number 4Transporting TDM over PacketA Different ApproachSlide Number 6Migration BenefitsSONET Access MigrationSONET Access MigrationSONET Access MigrationSONET Access MigrationSONET Access MigrationSONET Access MigrationSONET Access MigrationSONET Migration - SummarySlide Number 16