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TABLE 116 Scenario Green eld IOF in place IOF + access in place
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Example Network Solution Costs MSPP EoS MSPPs Transport Cards 7 4 0 2 2 2 MSPP EoS/ RPR Cards 4 4 4 MicroMSPPs 2 2 0 Micro-MSPP EoS Transport Cards 2 2 2 Solution Cost $334,000 $214,000 $34,000
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This simple example shows that EoS can be a cost-effective general-purpose access technology for a variety of Ethernet service profiles and deployment scenarios However, as the IOF in place and IOF + access in place scenarios illustrate so clearly, its real power lies in its ability to leverage the investment of the enormous installed base of SONET network elements Once a SONET network featuring MSPPs is in place to support IOF and access for circuit services a commonplace scenario for many large service providers the equipment cost to deliver Ethernet services using that infrastructure becomes marginal A look at the cost per subscriber further illustrates this point The example network in Figure 1111 shows five customer locations, A through E The example assumes that each EoS transport interface card, EoS/RPR card, and -MSPP can support up to four subscribers (a conservative assumption based on the state of vendor implementations) The network equipment in Table 116 can, therefore, support up to four subscribers per location, or a total of twenty subscribers Increasing the number of subscribers per location requires additional MSPP or -MSPP Ethernet cards8 Figure 1112 shows the cost per subscriber for one, four, and eight subscribers at each of the five customer locations for each of the three deployment scenarios This example reinforces the cost benefit of using EoS to deliver Ethernet services when an MSPP-based SONET network already exists It also shows that the per-subscriber cost of using EoS technology to deliver Ethernet services can be quite low, especially as the number of subscribers per location grows At these per-subscriber costs, this solution delivers high-bandwidth, fully protected Carrier Ethernet services, along with the ability to deliver traditional DS-n and OC-N circuit services As this simple analysis shows, the MSPP provides a powerful tool for service providers to build networks that support a wide variety of services, including fast-growing Ethernet services and the large base of traditional TDM services
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Increasing the number of subscribers also decreases the amount of service bandwidth that the carrier can allocate per subscriber For example, when the OC-12 access ring delivers E-Line services to two subscribers, each of those E-Line subscribers may enjoy up to approximately 300Mbps of dedicated bandwidth (assuming for this illustration that the service provider evenly allocates the dedicated bandwidth among the subscribers on the ring) When that ring supports a total of eight subscribers, each of those subscribers may access up to roughly 75Mbps of dedicated bandwidth For simplicity, and because many types of access networks share this tradeoff, the bandwidth per subscriber is not considered in the per-subscriber cost analysis
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$80,000 $70,000 Cost per Subscriber $60,000 $50,000 $40,000 $30,000 $20,000 $10,000 $ Greenfield IOF in place IOF + access in place 1 $66,800 $42,800 $6,800 4 $16,700 $10,700 $1,700 8 $8,850 $5,850 $1,350
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Figure 1112 Example network cost per subscriber
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Table 117 lists a sample of vendors with EoS solutions, along with the products that implement those solutions
TABLE 117 Vendors Promoting EoS Solutions Vendor Solution/Product Comments Ethernet access and demarcation Next-generation SONET multi-services platform Transport service switch Multi-service optical switch Access multiplexer Access multiplexer Access multiplexer Multi-service platform SONET multi-service platform SONET multi-service platform MSPP (Continued)
ADVA Optical Networking FSP-150-CCx Alcatel-Lucent Alcatel 1677 SONET Link Alcatel 1850 TSS LambdaUnite Multi-Service Switch Metropolis DMX Access Metropolis DMXplore Metropolis DMXtend Universal Packet Mux (UPM) Cisco ONS 15310-CL ONS 15327 ONS 15454
SONET/MSPP
Vendor Fujitsu
Solution/Product FLASHWAVE 4020 FLASHWAVE 4100 FLASHWAVE 4300 FLASHWAVE 4500 FLASHWAVE 5150 FLASHWAVE 7500 FLASHWAVE 9500
Comments Compact optical Ethernet module Multi-service optical access solution Multi-service optical loop aggregation solution Multi-aervice optical core transport solution Ethernet access platform ROADM Packet Optical Networking Platform Layer 25 Edge Platform Multi-service platform Multi-service platform Multi-service platform Multi-service platform Multi-service platform Optical multi-service edge Optical multi-service edge Network termination unit Network termination unit Network termination unit Transport switch Transport switch Metro Ethernet node Multi-service router Multi-service router Multi-service router Multi-service router Multi-service transport switch Multi-service transport switch Multi-service transport switch Multi-service edge platform Multi-service edge platform
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