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Broadband Ethernet: From Access to Long-Haul Networks

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  • November 2011
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The amount of backbone Internet bandwidth maintained by the major Internet carriers has been expanding at 75% to125% per year, driven by the explosion of broadband Internet users and growing use of bandwidth-hungry applications such as HDV. As a result, public and private networks are experiencing unprecedented end-user demand for bandwidth, resulting in a need to cost-effectively scale the capacity of networks.

This report addresses technological and marketing aspects of broadband Ethernet communications. The report reflects proliferation of Ethernet on various networking levels: from access to long-haul, with rapid deployments of the ultra-high speed communication infrastructure.

At the access networks level, the report shows significant advances in the standardization of GE-PON and 10GE-PON technologies. The IEEE standards have been published and the industry actively supports these developments. The report provides technological and marketing analysis of Ethernet-based PONs.

In metro and long-haul applications the IEEE supported standardization of 40GE and 100GE technologies. The report follows this process; and concentrates on already approved recent standards. READ MORE >

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1.0 Introduction

1.1 General

1.2 Goal

1.3 Research Methodology

1.4 Target Audience

2.0 Long-haul and Metro: Ultra-high Speed Technologies and Standardization Process

2.1 Drivers

2.2 Organizations

2.2.1 IEEE

2.2.1.1 802.3ba Scope and Time Schedule

2.2.1.2 Objectives

2.2.1.3 Details

2.2.1.4 Interfaces

2.2.1.5 Sublayers – Architecture

2.2.1.6 IEEE 802.3bg

2.2.1.7 IEEE 802.3bj

2.2.2 ITU-T

2.2.2.1 Cooperation

2.2.3 OIF

2.2.4 Additions

2.2.5 Interest Group

2.2.6 X40

2.2.7 SSR-40

2.2.8 10x10 MSA

2.3 Current Status of Technologies

2.3.1 40 Gb/s Transmission

2.3.1.1 Modulation: Preliminary

2.3.1.2 40 Gb/s Transmission Specifics

2.3.2 100 Gb/s Transmission

2.3.2.1 Details

2.3.2.2 DP QPSK

2.3.2.3 Coherent Receiver

2.3.2.4 100 Gb/s Transmission Specifics

2.4 Benefits of Standardization and Advanced Technologies

3.0 Industry (40 Gb/s and 100 Gb/s Ethernet)

Alcatel-Lucent (Network Elements)

Altera (ICs)

Adva (Platform)

Applied Micro (ICs)

Avago (Modules)

Brocade (100 Gb/s NE)

Broadcom (ICs)

Centellax (Modules)

Cisco (NEs)

Ciena (Switching and WDM Platforms)

ClariPhy (Chipsets)

Covega – Thorlabs Quantum Electronics (Modulators)

CyOptics (Optical Chips)

ECI (Platforms)

Ekinops (DWDM)

Ericsson (WDM)

Extreme Networks (Ethernet Switches)

Huawei (DWDM)

Finisar (Modules)

Fujikura (Modules)

Fujitsu (ROADM)

Inphi (ICs)

Infinera (NEs)

JDSU (Modules and ICs)

Juniper (Router)

GigOptix (ICs)

Gtran (ICs)

Ixia (Modules)

MultiPHY (ICs)

MRV (WDM)

NEC (DWDM)

NeoPhotonics (Modules)

NetLogic (Modules)

Nokia Siemens Networks (DWDM)

Oclaro (ICs)

Oki Semiconductor (ICs)

OpVista (NEs) – Vello Systems

Opnext (Platform)

Picometrix (Optical Receivers)

Reflex Photonics (Modules)

Sarance Technologies (ICs) - Acquired by Xilinx in 2011

Sembarc (Modules)

Semtech (ICs)

SEDU (Modules)

Sorrento Networks (DWDM)

Triquint (ICs)

Tellabs (Platform)

U2t Photonics (ICs)

Voltaire (Switches)-Acquired by Mellanox

Xilinx (ICs)

Xtera (WDM)

4.0 Service Providers: 40GE and 100GE Services

AT&T

Global Crossing

Level 3

NTT

Sprint

Qwest (CenturyLink)

SurfNet

Telefonica

TeliaSonera

Verizon

XO

5.0. Market: 40GE and 100GE

5.1 Market Characteristics

5.2 Market Forecast

5.2.1 Model Assumptions

5.2.2 Analysis

6.0 Road to Ethernet-based PON

6.1 Reasons

6.2 Format

7.0 GE-PON Standard

7.1 General

7.2 Formats of Transmission

7.2.1 Downstream and Upstream Separation

7.2.2 Frequencies

7.2.3 Topology

7.2.4 Downstream Transmission

7.2.5 Upstream Transmission

7.2.6 Framing

7.3 Rates

7.3.1 Point-to-Point (P2P) Transmission

7.3.2 Point-to-Multipoint (P2MP) Transmission

7.3.3 Physical Layer

7.4 Multi-Point Control Protocol (MPCP)

7.4.1 General

7.4.2 Modes

7.4.2.1 Auto-Discovery

7.4.2.2 Bandwidth Assignment Mode

7.5 Topology Emulation Sub-layer

7.6 OAM

7.7 Forward Error Correction (FEC)

7.8 Security

7.8.1 General

7.8.2 Solution

7.9 Quality of Service (QoS) and GE-PON

7.10 GE-PON vs. FSAN Technologies

7.10.1 GE-PON Challenges

7.10.2 Parameters

7.10.3 Formats

7.10.4 Summary

7.10.5 Comparison

8.0 GE-PON Market

8.1 PON Commercialized

8.2 GE-PON Market Estimate

8.2.1 Vendors Revenue

8.2.2 Providers Revenue

9.0 GE-PON Vendors

Ad-Net

ADK

Broadcom

Corecess

Enablence

Marvell

Mitsubishi Electric

NEC

OBN

Occam - Acquired by Calix

OFN

PBN

PMC

Source Photonics

Sun Telecom

Sumitomo Electric Networks

Tainet

UTStarcom

Vitesse

Wuhan Xunten

ZTE

10.0 10GE- PON

10.1 Goal

10.2 IEEE - Standardization

10.2.1 Status

10.2.2 Schedule

10.2.3 Standard’s Scope and Objectives

10.3 10GE-PON Technology

10.3.1 Inheritance

10.3.2 List

10.3.3 ONU Types

10.3.4 Major Improvements

10.3.4.1 Improved FEC

10.3.4.2 Interfaces and Power Budget

10.3.4.3 Signal Formats and MAC Protocol

10.3.4.3.1 Transmission

10.3.4.3.2 Spectrum Allocation

10.3.4.3.3 Dynamic Bandwidth Allocation

11.0 IEEE vs. ITU

12.0 10GE-PON Market

12.1 General

12.2 Drivers and Target Applications

12.2.1 Major Applications

12.2.2 Regional Differences

12.3. Market Estimate

13.0 10GE-PON Vendors

Alloptic (Was acquired by CTDI in 2010)

Broadcom

Cortina

HISense

Hitachi

Gennum

GigaLight

K-Micro

Ligent Photonics

Mitsubishi Electric

Neophotonics

PMC-Sierra

Qualcomm-Atheros

Source Photonics

Vitesse

ZTE

14.0 Conclusions

List of Tables and Figures:

Figure 1: OTN Frame Structure

Figure 2: 40 Gb/s Network Scenario

Figure 3: Illustration

Figure 4: Additional Challenges

Figure 5: G.709 Network Scenario

Figure 6: 100 Gb/s Transmission Standardization

Figure 7: Major Optical Networking Segments (2011-2012)

Figure 8: Projections: Ports Sales

Figure 9: Estimate – Global Sales of 40 Gb/s Equipment

Figure 10: Estimate – Global Sales of 100 Gb/s Equipment

Figure 11: PM: Service Providers Revenue – 40 Gb/s Services – Global ($B)

Figure 12: PM: Service Providers Revenue – 100 Gb/s Services – Global ($M)

Figure 13: Ethernet Channel Simplified

Figure 14: Ethernet Frame – Basic Structure

Figure 15: GE-PON Channel

Figure 16: Illustration – Downstream Transmission

Figure 17: Illustration - Upstream Transmission

Figure 18: Illustration – Downstream Frame

Figure 19: Upstream Frame

Figure 20: GE-PON OAM Process Standardization

Figure 21: GE-PON Functionality Layers

Figure 22: Penetration Dependence

Figure 23: Asia Pacific: Subscribers Base for GE-PON (Mil.)

Figure 24: TAM Asia Pacific: GE-PON Equipment Sales ($B)

Figure 25: Estimate: GE-PON Providers Revenue (Asia Pacific; $M)

Figure 26: GE-PON – 10GE-PON Scenario

Figure 27: 10GE-PON Protocol Stack

Figure 28: 10GE-PON Spectrum Allocation

Figure 29: U.S. Providers

Figure 30: TAM: Asia Pacific 10GE-PON Equipment sales ($B)

Table 1: IEEE 802.3ba Copper Interfaces

Table 2: IEEE802.3ba Optical Interfaces

Table 3: 100 Gb/s – ITU and IEEE

Table 4: 100 Gb/s Design Requirements

Table 5: OTU Formats

Table 6: 40 Gb/s Equipment Distribution (initial market)

Table 7: EFM Physical Layer

Table 8: Major PON Providers: Illustration

Table 9: PON Service Scenarios

Table 10: GE-PON Market Statistics (Asia Pacific)

Table 11: GE-PON Equipment Market Components Distribution (2010)

Table 12: IEEE 802.3av WG Schedule

Table 13: PRX30 Downstream Specification

Table 14: Interfaces

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- Alcatel-Lucent (Network Elements)

- Altera (ICs)

- Adva (Platform)

- Applied Micro (ICs)

- Avago (Modules)

- Brocade (100 Gb/s NE)

- Broadcom (ICs)

- Centellax (Modules)

- Cisco (NEs)

- Ciena (Switching and WDM Platforms)

- ClariPhy (Chipsets)

- Covega – Thorlabs Quantum Electronics (Modulators)

- CyOptics (Optical Chips)

- ECI (Platforms)

- Ekinops (DWDM)

- Ericsson (WDM)

- Extreme Networks (Ethernet Switches)

- Huawei (DWDM)

- Finisar (Modules)

- Fujikura (Modules)

- Fujitsu (ROADM)

- Inphi (ICs)

- Infinera (NEs)

- JDSU (Modules and ICs)

- Juniper (Router)

- GigOptix (ICs)

- Gtran (ICs)

- Ixia (Modules)

- MultiPHY (ICs)

- MRV (WDM)

- NEC (DWDM)

- NeoPhotonics (Modules)

- NetLogic (Modules)

- Nokia Siemens Networks (DWDM)

- Oclaro (ICs)

- Oki Semiconductor (ICs)

- OpVista (NEs) – Vello Systems

- Opnext (Platform)

- Picometrix (Optical Receivers)

- Reflex Photonics (Modules)

- Sarance Technologies (ICs) - Acquired by Xilinx in 2011

- Sembarc (Modules)

- Semtech (ICs)

- SEDU (Modules)

- Sorrento Networks (DWDM)

- Triquint (ICs)

- Tellabs (Platform)

- U2t Photonics (ICs)

- Voltaire (Switches)-Acquired by Mellanox

- Xilinx (ICs)

- Xtera (WDM)

- AT&T

- Global Crossing

- Level 3

- NTT

- Sprint

- Qwest (CenturyLink)

- SurfNet

- Telefonica

- TeliaSonera

- Verizon

- XO

- Ad-Net

- ADK

- Broadcom

- Corecess

- Enablence

- Marvell

- Mitsubishi Electric

- NEC

- OBN

- Occam - Acquired by Calix

- OFN

- PBN

- PMC

- Source Photonics

- Sun Telecom

- Sumitomo Electric Networks

- Tainet

- UTStarcom

- Vitesse

- Wuhan Xunten

- ZTE

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