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Consider the EoWDM solution first Here, the overall ROADM systems are comprised of three main sections multiplex, amplification, and local access The multiplex section consists of two AWG filters that are used to multiplex/demultiplex composite DWDM signals Meanwhile, the amplification section consists of preline and inline (ie, post-line) EDFA devices for analog DWDM amplification Finally, the local access section consists of an optical switch, for example, WSS, that allows for adding or dropping wavelength lightpaths These units form the main ROADM node at an add-drop site and can handle anywhere from several to many tens of wavelengths In addition, DWDM transponders are also needed to convert client-side signals to network-side ITU grid wavelengths and related costs vary per signal rate Finally, two types of
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TABLE 88 Sample Subsystem Costs EoWDM Solution Subsystem Type Gigabit Ethernet transponder 10 Gigabit Ethernet transponder 8:1 Fast Ethernet to Gigabit Ethernet thin-mux muxponder 8:1 Gigabit Ethernet to 10 Gigabit Ethernet thin-mux muxponder DWDM SPRING protection module ROADM (40 channel multiplex, amp, local sections) Typical Cost $4,000 $7,500 $4,000 $8,000 $4,000 $30,000 Subsystem Type OC-48 transponder OC-192 transponder 8:1 Gigabit Ethernet to OC-192 muxponder thin-mux OC-48 SONET add-drop multiplexer unit OC-192 SONET add-drop multiplexer unit SONET BLSR protection switching module EoS Solution Typical Cost $8,000 $12,000 $14,000 $10,000 $20,000 $4,000
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thin-mux blades (muxponders) are also assumed for EoWDM to help aggregate slower (full-rate Fast Ethernet) clients Meanwhile, the EoS solution uses SONET ADM units to add/drop traffic from the TDM ring (either OC-48 or OC-192) Here, each ADM has the ability to groom traffic in multiples of STS-1 and comprises an STS cross-connect fabric In addition, the EoS approach uses SONET-based transponders and thin-mux blades The latter commonly support advanced features such as GFP and LCAS to optimize full/fractional rate EPL support For the purposes of this study, the SONET thin-mux is assumed to be a simple blade for aggregating eight full-rate Fast Ethernet signals onto a OC-192c payload Note that both EoWDM and SONET solutions also require protection modules Namely, SONET APS is commonly done using the robust BLSR approach, whereas ROADM-based offerings can deliver (proprietary) path protection in a dedicated or shared manner (see Table 88) The overall cost summary of the EoWDM and EoS approaches is given in Table 89 (presented for OC-192 rates only) Here, it is seen that EoWDM is generally more cost-effective for full-rate demands, particularly as the number of high-rate EPL demands increases Namely, EoWDM provides an almost 40 percent lower cost for the large traffic scenario, and operational overheads are also expected to be much lower as no box-stacking is needed Note, however, that EoWDM benefits tremendously from the use of Fast Ethernet thin-mux aggregation blades, without which the cost would spiral well over EoS Overall, the declining costs of DWDM technology (20 percent per year) coupled with increasing gigabit-level demands present very good amortization/payback periods, for example, range of months to a few years More importantly, most ROADM systems feature modularized designs that can grow to accommodate increased channel counts at moderate costs, providing lower cost-per-bit for higher-volume services Carefully note that dark fiber costs are not factored into this study Instead, it is simply assumed there are multiple fiber pairs available on the ring In practice, however, the lower scalability of EoS will require stacking multiple TDM rings to match increased demands, and hence, fiber costs may not be negligible (unless of course EoS is blended with DWDM transponders) This is of particular relevance to greenfield scenarios
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Summary of Solution for OC-192 Transponders Case (all costs in thousands of dollars) Laser Transponders (# / Cost) 16 / 128 20 / 196 28 / 296 12 / 48 Thin-mux or ADM (# / Cost) 16 / 128 20 / 160 28 / 300 12 / 48 16 / 72 20 / 120 AWG Filters (# / Cost) -/-/-/8 / 64 8 / 64 8 / 64 WDM EDFA (# / Cost) -/-/-/8 / 32 8 / 32 8 / 32 Protection Modules (# / Cost) 8 / 32 8 / 32 8 / 32 8 / 32 8 / 32 8 / 32 Total Cost 288 388 628 224 272 344
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Solution EoS (Small) EoS (Medium) EoS (Large) EoWDM (Small)
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EoWDM (Medium) 16 / 72 EoWDM (Large) 20 / 96
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