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Smart Cities, Smart Leaders, Smart Technology , and the role of Passive Optical LANs Gilberto “GG”Guitarte COMMSCOPE FTTX Business Development AMERICAS FTTH COUNCIL AMERICAS-LATAM Chapter Master Instructor

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Smart Cities, Smart Leaders,Smart Technology ,

and the role ofPassive Optical LANsGilberto “GG”Guitarte

COMMSCOPE FTTX Business Development AMERICASFTTH COUNCIL AMERICAS-LATAM Chapter Master Instructor

Smart Cities, Smart Leaders, Smart Technology

SMART CITIES!!!!

Smart Cities, Smart Leaders, Smart Technology

Promueven Crecimiento Sostenible

Con Innovación

e Integraciónde Sistemas

Críticos

MedianteINTERACCIÓN

de

PERSONASINFORMACIÓ

NTECNOLOGÍA

y MEDIOAMBIENTE

SuperFast Broadband IP Network

Water GasElectricEnergyDistrib.

Sewer Traffic PublicLigthing

PublicSafety

Mobility

Curent Elements of definition and presence in a Smart City:

• Smart Wearables(Accesorios de moda Inteligentes)

• Smart Homes(Hogares Inteligentes)

• Intelligent Buildings(Edificios Inteligentes)

• Smart Grids(Grillas Inteligentes)

• Edificios Inteligentes

Baseline IP

Bursty

VoIP

WAP

Security

LightingHVAC

Total IP Convergence Smart Building

More Networked Devices

drive additional

Equipment in Data Center

Information is TE Confidential & ProprietaryDo not Reproduce or Distribute

Bandwidth, Bandwidth, and finally, more Bandwidth

Bandwidth, Bandwidth, and finally, more Bandwidth

Smart MeterTransformerSubStation MT/LT

SmartGrids

Promedio de Flujo de Información de subida en el Sistema

12312

GPON ONT

DATA COLLECTOR

Smart Meter

12312

Smart Meter

12312

Smart Meter

12312

#64

ODNPON

100Kbps 10Kbps10Mbps

ZigbeePLC/WIFI Mesh

GPON

MDMGPONOLT

PON

WAN

Mobility

The IOT-enabled Enterprise

Convergence of OT & IT• Operational Technology & Information

Technology need to work together

• The proprietary interfaces and connectivity methods need to be changed

• Conversion from specific to generic interfaces is required (Ethernet & Wireless)

• Communication of non-networkable sensors into TCP/IP is the key

• OT and IT technologies must converge, allowing connection and communication.

Physical Connectivity Considerations•Location & Placement•Environmental conditions

− Indoor copper and fiber cable types

− Outdoor rated cables and IP-rated enclosures/accessories

•Easy space & cable management− Floor, Ceiling, Wall, Pole & Street Cabinets

− Accommodating different devices & equipment

•High bandwidth support − for the optimal/longer distances

− Media Selection

•Network & Power at remote locations•Personnel Safety

− Bonding & Grounding

•Standard compliance

The Heterogeneous Networks

LiFi

WiFiDAS

Small Cell

Bluetooth

IoT and ConnectivityDevices with Sensors

Network Connection

Data CenterStorage & Processing

Planning for IoT Connectivity• Number Of Devices (Things)

– Anticipation for at least next 10 years– Machines, sensors, cameras, controllers, drives etc.

• Bandwidth Consumers– Traffic flow help determine Bandwidth needs– Device capacities & data rates

• Downtime– What is the cost of downtime?– Resiliency and protection

• Management– Up-to- date documentation– Easy Move Add Changes, Security alerts etc.

Cabling standards & Recommendations

TIA TSB-184-A

PoE

TIA 1179

Healthcare

TIA 4966

Education

TIA 942-A

Data Centers

TIA TSB-162

WiFi

TIA 862-B draft

Intelligent Buildings

Planning for Wireless

Applications Standards

Cabling Standards

2G/3G/4G/5G WiFi

It’s Time to Consider Wireless as the Next

Utility

The Fiber Network is the Key

FIBER to the TOWER

FIBER to the BUSINESS

FIBER in the DATA CENTER

FIBER to the NODE

FIBER to the SMALL CELLS

FIBER to the HOME

FIBER in the CENTRAL OFFICE

FIBER to the OFFICE

FIBER to the CONTINENT

Intelligent Management of Things on the Physical Layer

TCP/IP

Intelligent Systems Server

Remote USER “Browser

Interface”

Servers

Server Panel to Network Panel Connectivity

Patch Cord to Server

Patch Cord Cross Connect

DC Network Rack

Server Rack

Server Room

Office

Patch Cord InterConnect

IDF Rack

Patch Cord Inter Connect

Physical Connectivity; The Intelligent Way

Key Takeaways – IoT Connectivity SolutionsConnectivity is Critical for IoTWired or Wireless

PoE+, 4 Pair PoE

Data Center Infrastructure

So many Things, So many Connections

Wireless, 802.11ac-Wave 2 Cat 6A is for 10GBASE-T

Cat 6A is for robust Infrastructure

High Speed Pre-Term Fiber

AIM (Intelligence on Physical Layer)

Applications Infrastructure Recommendations

Actual LAN High Speed Resilient EPON (IEEE) or GPON (ITU)

FIBER to the TOWER

FIBER to the BUSINESS

FIBER in the DATA CENTER

FIBER to the NODE

FIBER to the SMALL CELLS

FIBER to the HOME

FIBER in the CENTRAL OFFICE

FIBER to the OFFICE

FIBER to the CONTINENT

• The Challenge: The Forces at play on FTTH • o Fiber Access massive deployment:

• User friendliness,• Vs. Speed of Deployment, • Vs. Quality of work,• Vs. network reliability

You are here

Your optionsin the

last mile

Huh? …

• How different networks require different deployment people… in number and in quality

CO1 CO2

CO3

Trunk Cable

AccessFeeder Cable

FDHDistribution

Node

SecondaryDistribution

cable

NAPSubscriber

Drop or finalDistribution

CO4

CO5

A typical Core Fiber Ntwk has ~ 1 connection per Fiber-kilometerA typical Access Fiber Ntwk has ~ 6 connections per Fiber-kilometer

Construction phase = FO specialistsService commissionning = multi-task x18

x5

SecondaryDistribution

cable

Drop or finalDistribution

SubcriiberNAP

TECHNOLOGIES of Fiber Access NETWORKS:Hardened Connectors

Rapid Deployment Technology

Fiber Indexing Technology

HMFOC

reverse feedport

Direct Drop CWDM

Drop Terminal

Drop Terminal

1:4

forward feed

GPON

Resist all weatherResist all environmentsFactory polished &Factory terminated100% reliable network

faster to deploy networkCuts time in half !

Intelligent fiber utilizationInside network elements optimizes

CAPEX, CASH FLOW, MULTISERVICEUsage of same nework!

• Gracias!

Smart Cities, Smart Leaders, Smart Technology

Ciudades Inteligentes, Líderes Inteligentes,Tecnología Inteligente!

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