NFOEC’08 Summary Davide Cuda NFOEC’08 Tracks 17 Total Tracks: NMB. Optical Transmission and Switching NMC. Network Deployments and Trials NMD. High-Speed PON Technologies NME. Photonic Networking NTuB. High-Speed Transmission Technologies NTuC. Technologies for FTTH NTuD. Network Optimization NWA. Network Architecture and Management NWC. Transmission Technologies NFOEC’08 Tracks (Contd.) NWD. Resilient Networks and Services NWE. Optical Add/Drop Technologies NWF. Multi-Layer and Mesh Networks NThA. Optical Components NThB. FTTX Today NThC. Optical Fiber Interconnects NThD. FTTX Tomorrow NThE. PMD Measurements and Compensation High-Speed PON Technologies Code Title Author/Affiliate Topic Trends NMD1 Technological Rich Baca / Discuss physical layer coexiste Challenges to G-PON TellabsInc. problems (DFB, APD, nce with Operation Burst Mode RX) legacy Upgrades in PON PON 10Gbps vs WDMPON NMD2 Hybrid TDM-WDM Noriyuki Miyazaki Architecture of EPON technolo EPON Repeater / KDDI R&D for hybrid TDM-WDM gical Laboratories Inc.. PON repeater to problems aggregates 16 PONs achieving 10Gbps. NMD3 Challenges and Robert Lingle Jr. / Discuss 10 GEPON Solutions for 10 Gbps OFS challenges PON (technological problem, coexistence with legacy PON, symmetric bandwidth, video delivery) High-Speed PON Technologies Code Title Author/Affiliate Topic Trends NMD4 10G EPON M. Hajduczenia / IEEE 802.3av – 10 coexiste Standardization in the Nokia Siemens GEPON standard nce with Scope of IEEE 802.3av (technological problem, legacy Project coexistence with PON legacy PON, MAC implementation) technolo gical problems Technologies for FTTH Code Title Author/Affiliate Topic Trends NTuC1 Hybrid SOA-Raman Patrick Iannone / SOA-Raman Amplifier Amplifiers for Fiber-to- AT&T Labs amplifiers have broad the-Home and Metro gain bandwidth (> 80 Fiber Networks nm) to extend PON bend reach and support 3 insensitiv video channels e NTuC2 Requirements for Bend David Chen / 3 kind of fiber: bend- Insensitive Fibers for Verizon improved, bend- Verizon’s FiOS and tolerant, truly bend- FTTH Applications insensitive -> needed for FiOS NTuC3 Bend Insensitive, Dave Peckham - To support FTTx Single Mode Fiber OFS Labs tolerant bending fiber Design Strategies are necessary. Different solution and analysis tool have been developed. FTTX Today Code Title Author/Affiliate Topic Trends NThB1 Capacity Enhancement Kent McCammon G-PON Tested bed: PON and System / AT&T Labs legacy GPON + WDM upgrade Demonstration of a overlay 3x2.5/1x1.25 WDM-capable G-PON Gbps => Total PON PON compliant to ITU-T capacity 10 Gbps in manage G.984.5 DOWN and 2.5 in UP ment NThB2 Costs per Home Sandy Roskes / Use of Automated and Connected: The FiberZone Fiber Optic- testing Impacts of Automated Networks crossconnect Fiber Management on (AFOX) in an FTTH to Time Fiber-to-the-Home automatically manage driven Deployments user, testing and service services leads to support operational savings NThB2 Pseudowire System Si Yin / NEC Pseudowire (support with VCCV Insertion Laboratories TDM service over a (VI) in Optical Access America pkt network) over PON Networks with Virtual Circuit Connectivity Verification to manage pkt loss. FTTX Today Code Title Author/Affiliate Topic Trends NThB4 1:N OLT Redundant Keiji Tanaka / 1:N OLT redundant Pon Protection Architecture KDDI R&D protection architecture protectio in Ethernet PON Laboratories Inc. accompanied n System by a low-cost and low- loss optical switch. OLT cost is shared between N PON and legacy with old PON. NThB5 Optical Testing for Walt Soto / iPON reviews the demand Passive Optical Systems for and the current Networks status of PON optical diagnostics. Methods of optical testing using capabilities incorporated into transmitter (no additional tranceivers) FTTX Tomorrow Code Title Author/Affiliate Topic Trends NThD1 Cost Minimization Ji Li / University PON network Planning for Passive of Melbourne deployment to PON Optical Networks minimize its total cost upgrade considering hw cost s and ONU placement. 50%~70% of saving WDM NThD2 Characterizing the Thomas Rand- Model based PON CapEx and OpEx Nash / MIT population distribution Tradeoffs in Next and tech performance Generation Fiber-to- to deploy a PON and the-Home Networks evalutate both CapEx and OpEx NThD3 A Comprehensive Chen-Yu Lee, Framework to Methodology for Taiwan University compare different Comparing Different FTTP solutions FTTP Solutions (consider capacity, maximum span distance, max users) WDM-PON architecture is a better choice than the others FTTX Tomorrow Code Title Author/Affiliate Topic Trends NThD4 Wireless Intermediate Milorad Cvijetic / Propose an integrated Integrati Frequency Signal over NEC America WDM network and on of Passive Optical wireless front end and a wireless Networks: test bed is built. All the and Architecture and wireless channel are optical in Experimental carried by one lambda the Performance for down and multiple access Evaluation lambda for up (because network of spatial diversity) NThD5 Extended-Reach Martin Bouda, commercial GPON Wavelength-Shared Fujitsu America equipment and optical Hybrid PON modules to extend the Long reach of a GPON reach system using colorless pon ONTs to 60km, providing 128 (4x32 user GPON) subscribers with 40Gbps shared downstream capacity over a single backhaul fiber. Use AWG and SOA. FTTX Tomorrow Code Title Author/Affiliate Topic Trends NThD6 PON Evolution from Klaus Grobe, Comparison between WDM TDMA to WDM-PON ADVA AG EPON and GPON, PON and Optical WDM-PONs enables unificatio Networking new applications and n of drives the evolution of access metro area networks and towards a unified metro access and backhaul infrastructure.