UDSL Pres 4

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Published on November 26, 2007

Author: Esteban

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UDSL Uni-DSL - One DSL for Universal Service:  UDSL Uni-DSL - One DSL for Universal Service TI Broadband - From Infrastructure to Endpoints:  DSL Cable VoIP Wireless LAN TI Broadband - From Infrastructure to Endpoints Infrastructure Premises Endpoints Public Telephone Network Cable modems DSL modems Wi-Fi routers Wi-Fi broadband gateways Small/medium business and Enterprise voice gateways DSL infrastructure products (central office, DLC, remote terminals) Carrier-class Voice-over-IP gateways Handhelds Consumer electronics PCs IP phones Worldwide DSL Market – Full of Opportunity:  Worldwide DSL Market – Full of Opportunity DSL maintaining 70% share of broadband market worldwide for data services VoIP services are starting to be provided by operators Video is the next opportunity for DSL market growth… Source: TI estimates based on various industry reports Operators’ Next Generation DSL Battleground:  Operators’ Next Generation DSL Battleground Need to deliver maximum bandwidth and near ubiquitous coverage in a converged network Video services (HDTV and PPV) Near 100% coverage with data service Managed networks Voice services: convergence of various voice networks Carrier Network Topologies are Changing All major operators are shortening their loops Deployment at wiring cross connect cabinets is starting More deployments for MDU/in-building networks VDSL – Limited for the Future:  Today everyone thinks VDSL solves their problems, however it is limited Requires Specific Line Cards in the CO New CPEs need to be deployed Limited Reach Not Symmetric Complicated Provisioning Interoperability Problems TI’s Proposal – A DSL Platform Providing Universal Service Uni-DSL - UDSL VDSL – Limited for the Future Uni-DSL (UDSL) One DSL for Universal Service:  Uni-DSL (UDSL) One DSL for Universal Service Multicarrier solution based on DMT Single chipset support of DMT standards VDSL1, VDSL2, ADSL, ADSL2, ADSL2+, and Ultra-high speed DSL (UHDSL) Ultra-high speed end to end solution up to 100 Mbps symmetric over existing wiring (200 Mbps aggregate) Scalable 800 Mbps digital device for port density for DSL infrastructure 4 ports at 100 Mbps symmetric or 200 Mbps aggregate 8 ports at 50 Mbps symmetric or 100 Mbps aggregate Opt DS1 f 3.75 MHz UDSL* 0 138 kHz * Example spectrum; flexible spectrum allows any combinations of upstream and downstream US1 DS2 US2 DS3 5.2 MHz 8.5 MHz 12 MHz UDSL Offers Support for All DSL Flavors:  UDSL Offers Support for All DSL Flavors Central Office Equipment Shelf Remote Terminal or Vault Cross Connect/ Primary Connect Neighborhood Wiring Pedestal Basement In Building MDU 1Kft – 3Kft 4Kft – 6Kft 1 ft 300 ft – 500 ft Home NID 18+ Kft ADSL/ADSL2 READSL2 ADSL2+ VDSL/VDSL2 FTTU Remote/Short Loop DSL Ultra High Speed DSL Uni-DSL Distance from the CPE 9Kft – 12Kft VDSL Head End VDSL: Up to 52 Mbps MDU Head End VDSL: Up to 52 Mbps UDSL: Up to 200 Mbps PON Termination (ONT) FTTU Various Home Networks Remote DSL/ Short Loop DSL Short Loop IVD ADSL2+: Up to 24 Mbps ADSL2: 1.5 to 12 Mbps Long Haul IVD Next Generation DLC ADSL2+: Up to 24 Mbps ADSL2: 1.5 – 12 Mbps ADSL: 1.5 – 8 Mbps Traditional DSLAMs ADSL2: 1.5 – 12 Mbps ADSL: 1.5 – 8 Mbps READSL2: 192+ kbps Long Haul IVDs Uni-DSL – A Universal Service Platform:  Uni-DSL – A Universal Service Platform UDSL equipment in the cross connect ADSL – up to 8 Mbps ADSL2+ – up to 24Mbps VDSL – up to 52Mbps Ultra-high speed – 100Mbps symmetric Fiber Cross Connects: In almost every neighborhood. At most 6000 ft from consumer. Each holds about 600-800 consumer lines. Next Gen Needs for U.S. Operators:  Next Gen Needs for U.S. Operators Long loops and older loops, but natural deployment location at cross connect < 6kft Need migration path to 3 simultaneous HDTV channels over DSL (minimum) Remote DSL from cross connect can potentially supply up to 20% of current voice subscribers, who are not reachable by ADSL today Next Gen Needs for Asian Operators:  Next Gen Needs for Asian Operators Korea Maximum loop reach required is 1 km now FTTC and FTTH is next step with VDSL or higher data rates Japan Fiber + VDSL is long term strategy for operators; most loops under 1 km Fiber to the building with VDSL or 100baseT to provide 100 Mbps symmetric capability for data is needed China ADSL with Reach Extension now to improve coverage followed by ADSL2+, VDSL Next Gen Needs for European Operators:  Next Gen Needs for European Operators France Current video strategy focused on lower data rate DSL; i.e., 6 to 10 Mbps, solution for single channel SDTV over 3 km; eventual evolution to ADSL2+ for multi-channel Italy Incumbents are rolling out video service in 2004 to compete with CLEC (FastWeb) Interested in high speed symmetric (10+ Mbps) offering to home and small business UK Primarily focused on providing data services and 100% coverage Interested in deployment at primary connection points (cross connects) if political hurdles can be overcome Starting to look at deep fiber deployment with VDSL Germany Longer loop plant than most others European operators; up to 4.2+ km Concentrating on delivering data-only services at a relatively low data rate Sees remote DSL as potential method to extend reach and lower cost TI’s Current UDSL Activities:  TI’s Current UDSL Activities Discussions with worldwide operators on concept Strategic discussions with key customers Potential to leverage incumbency and capture DSLAM/DLC market opportunities Looking at standards activity Have over 20 submissions into the standards bodies related to UDSL concepts No one is at this level of leadership to drive universal services Goal to make Uni-DSL an industry-wide effort to drive growth in the DSL market UDSL Makes Video Over DSL Possible:  UDSL Makes Video Over DSL Possible Operators need an affordable option to support all of their network requirements and services Uni-DSL (UDSL) provides support for ADSL, ADSL2, ADSL2+, VDSL, VDSL2 and a 100 Mbps symmetric ultra-high speed mode Operators will be able to provide all DMT-based services off of one line card or home gateway, making deployment more affordable TI is taking a leadership position in making video over DSL services a reality Back Up:  Back Up Performance Comparison: ADSL vs VDSL:  Performance Comparison: ADSL vs VDSL Performance Comparison: ADSL vs. VDSL:  Performance Comparison: ADSL vs. VDSL UDSL’s Performance Enhancing Features:  UDSL’s Performance Enhancing Features Bonding Extend high data rate reach Leverage excess copper pairs Dynamic Spectrum Management (DSM) Level 0 with AC7/AR7 Levels 1 to 2 with software upgrade Level 3 ideal in short loop and MDU type deployment with UDSL Optimize transmission latency to match applications Throughput improvements with priority queuing at the CPE Multi-latency for voice vs. video vs. data

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