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  1. NSP Product Roadmap Sept. 1 2009

  2. Product Strategies Driving Roadmap • Increased access capacity for growing FTTx applications • Product additions to fit key vertical markets • Leverage new silicon & technologies available • Respond to customer and market demand • Offer greater value through product design and features

  3. NSP Carrier-Grade Product Portfolio Multi-Service Access OSP Enclosures L2/3 Switches AlliedView NMS Home Gateways Broadband Routers Media Converters

  4. R12 Feature Release Cross Card LAG DS3 WAN Interface GR909 Enhancements Bi-directional Forwarding Detection R14 Feature Release EPSR+,EPSR++,EAPSv1 Extreme interop iMAP 9810 Redundant 10GE per Slot Chassis CFC 100 XE6 6 x 10G card Aggregation MDU / FTTB Solution VDSL2 30a 24-port DSLAM VDSL2 CPE AlliedView Corporate NMS Supports NSP and Enterprise products iMG7x6 MOD HPNA 320 Mbps iMG 1000 series CPE GbE Indoor series VDSL2 Indoor series Future Roadmap Candidates AlliedWare plus L3 on iMAP* GbE iMG1000 based Outdoor series* GE20 Dense Active Aggregator* VDSL17a FTTN* Roadmap Summary: Plan of Record, Plan of Intent * Concepts under evaluation, plan of intent

  5. iMAP Roadmap

  6. New for 2009 – iMAP • Release 12.0 • Cross Card LAG Enhancement • CFC24 + GE3 • DS3 SFP Support (GE3 & GE8) • GR909 Enhancements • Loop capacitance / resistance • Pair Identification Tone • Unidirectional Failure Detection • Enhancements to Bi-directional Forwarding Detection on GE interfaces R12.0 GA June 2009 iMAP w/NMS support iMAP 9x00 iMAP 9810 • Redundant CFC100 – 100 Gig Controller Fabric Card • Redundant: Fan Controllers, PEMs • 10G / slot with options to increase to 40G • Supports existing Line Interface and WAN cards R14.0 GA 1Q 2010 iMAP w/ NMS support iMAP 9810 ADSL2+ • Broadcom Chipset • Improved Impulse Noise Protection, Nitro - Data Boost • ADSL Bonding (same as existing) • Improved SELT / DELT • Improved ring robustness • Better recovery from severe multiple failures. • Interoperates with ATI Enterprise switches AW+ products EPSR+ and ++ EAPSv1 Enhanced

  7. Roadmap – iMAP • Chassis: 9700, 9810 • 6 - 10GE ports • Support for up to 256K MACs • Future potential for L3 Routing R 14.x CI 2Q 2010 iMAP w/ NMS support iMAP XE6 R15 – 2H 2010 - Additional cards and investigations for possible options: • Investigating GE20 • Additional VDSL2 support • Investigating Routing on XE6 card

  8. iMAP 9000 Series Q2 ’09 • Cross Lag Enhancement • DS3 SFP support • GR909 Enhancements • Improve Failure Detection • TR 69 Support (NMS) • LR 40 Km. Active Ethernet Q1 ’10 • 9810 Chassis • 10GE to each slot • CFC 100 • Broadcom ADSL2+ card • EPSR++ 10G Ring Q2 ‘10 • XE6 • Release 14.x • Chassis • 9700, 9810 • 6 ports 10GE • 256K MACs • L3 Enabler 2010 and beyond * Items in yellow shaded area are iMAP product concepts currently under evaluation • GE 20 * • VDSL2 17a * • L3 support *

  9. iMAP 9810 Redundant CFC-100 controllers • 8 Universal Services Slots, 2 CFC Slots, 2 WIF Slots, 2 Power Supplies • 3U Height • 10G link to each slot from each CFC (Path to 40G/Slot) • Future High speed links between adjacent slots • NEBS L3 Certified • Environmentally Hardened • 99.999% Uptime, No single point of failure • ROHS, Environmentally Friendly Dual Power Modules

  10. iMAP 9810 Target Applications • FTTx services requiring ultra-high capacity • Non-blocking service needs • 10G transport and access • Subtend iMAP 9000 POTS/DSL systems • Size and capacity targeting typical ATI ILEC/CLEC and Muni requirements

  11. iMAP 9810 Applications 10 G Hitless EPSR Ring with Automatic failure-over switching FTTx Services 64 x 1G ports • 160 Active E ports • 512 GEPON Ports • 1:32 splits iMAP 9000 Series 1G/10G subtending

  12. XE3 vs XE6 – Technical Challenges • Requirements: multiple 10G ports – options were GBIC or XFP • Doable • Expensive • Size (large footprint on front panel required per interface • We needed large MAC count. • All vendors Layer 2 devices were in the 16K or 32K MAC range • Marvell, Broadcom, etc. • Looked at a Network Processors • Vendor 1 one went bankrupt • Vendor 2 • Had a solution, but generated far too much heat (power dissipation) • Needed 2 NPU devices for 2 10G ports • Vendor 3 would fit our model and was working on an external memory version • Not ready and the product was a low priority for the vendor • There were many technical complexities involved with using the external memory • We developed 5 prototype XE3 • XFP (3) , 32KMAC, very expensive FPGA. • The card was too expensive • Conclusion: the technology was not ready. • Today: The device technology is available and considerably more mature • Utilize SFP+ enables lower cost and an increased number of interfaces on the faceplate • Board layout is complete • Prototypes will be available soon

  13. iMAP 9810 Phase 1 high level project schedule NMS support FAS build Ready for Beta & SPSI Systems test began Controlled Introduction Planned GA / mass pro Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar 2010 2009

  14. iMAP 9810 Release Plan • Field ‘soak’ customer trials: Q4 2009 (phase 1) • RUS approval: Q4 2009 • Phase 1 GA: March 2010 Phase 1: 03/10 Phase 2: 07/10 Phase 3: 12/10 • GE 20 * • VDSL2 17a * • L3 Routing * (CFC) • Items in yellow shaded area are 9810 product concepts currently under evaluation CFC100 10G EPSR++ FX10 and 20 GE8 GEPON ADSL2+ VDSL2 POTS SHDSL • XE6 • 256K MAC Addresses CES8 NTE8

  15. VDSL2 24-Port Pizza BoxIP DSLAM

  16. Supports 30a and 17a VDSL2 profiles Symmetrical and asymmetrical profiles 100/100 Mbps and 100/50 Mbps AC and DC power options Temperature hardened for OSP Integrated POTS/ISDN splitters Dual Gigabit uplinks (100/1000 combo) Layer 2 IP functions and QoS Triple Play features UL, CE, RoHS certifications VDSL2 24 Port IP DSLAM (pizza box) SFP Or GbE Dual Uplinks 1.5 RU High 19” or 23” Rack 24 Port AC or DC Power Management Ports LED Status Port Status Connectors Dual Fans Hot Swappable

  17. Key Features: VDSL2 IP DSLAM • Profiles 8a/b/c/d, 12a/b, 17a 30a (DMT) • ADSL2+ Fallback • IGMPv2 multicast (snooping) • VLAN Q-in-Q • DHCP relay Option 82 • 802.1p, 802.1q • Gigabit uplink • Rate adaptive • Rate Limiting • Access Control List (ACL) • Link aggregation 802.1ad • Many more

  18. Product Introduction Schedules GA Q2 2010: target GA Q4 2009: CLI Mgnt. Web GUI SNMP (standalone) Single port Compatible VDSL2 Bridge Four port Compatible VDSL2 Bridge AlliedView NMS integration: Provisioning & OAMP

  19. IMG CPE Products

  20. New for 2009 – CPE • Single stream for all iMGs • New features or a fix is applied to all models • Higher customer satisfaction – fix it one time iMG Single SW Stream GA Now with NMS support • Replaces iMG624/634 • Lower Price • More features - VLAN Translation • Faster CPU delivers line rate ADSL services • Improvement in Impulse Noise Protection • More traffic shapingclassifiers • Release 3-7_01 624/634 R-2 GA Now with NMS support • Business Applications need more voice • WAN: FE (100MB) fiber SFP • 5x100TX, 8xFXS • Release 3-7_01 iBG915

  21. New for 2009 – CPE • 6x100TX and 2 or 4xFXS • Supports all WAN / LAN Modules • 100M, EPON, HPNA, T1/E1 • Adds higher speed GE switch fabric. • Adds GigE WAN and GigE LAN Options • Note: MOD replaces 646PX-ON and BD-ON • 3-7_03 GA July 09 w/ NMS support 726/746 • WAN modules • 100M, EPON (same as 6x6MOD) • GigE WAN and GigE WAN+LAN • LAN modules • HPNA, T1/E1 (same as 6x6MOD) GA July 09 w/ NMS support Released to Controlled Introduction GA 3Q09 w/ NMS support • Indoor unit • Adds 802.11 b/g to the existing iMG616 • FE (100MB) fiber SFP, 6xFE, 2xFXS • 3-7_04 iMG616W

  22. iMG 726/746 MOD GA 07/09 • 2 FXS (726) or 4 FXS (746) • 6 x 10/100 LAN • Modular WAN options • 100FX Active Ethernet • GEPON • GbE Active Ethernet • optional 1 GbE LAN • Modular LAN options • HPNAv3 • Ethernet over coax • 4-20Mhz freq range • T1/E1 • Improved rate limiting GA Q1 ’10 (rel. 3.8) • TR69 Support GA 2Q ’10 HPNAv3.1 320 MOD • Ethernet over coax solution • 12-44Mhz frequency range • Augments current HPNAv3 MOD • Utilize latest Coppergate Chipset • Price parity with existing version • 200 Mbps effective throughput

  23. Roadmap – CPE • WAN: GE single fiber • Indoor: (616 type enclosure) • POTS: 2- FXS ports • LAN: 5-10/100/1000BT • Performance – Hardware routing enhanced • Options: RF Overlay, Wireless (802.11n) • TR-069 support for select iMG services Next Gen iMG • AT-iMG1525 • AT-iMG1525W • AT-iMG1525RF • AT-iMG1525WRF Target Q3 2010 w/ NMS support • 2010 and beyond • IMG 1000 based architecture Outdoor • GbE WAN • 2-4 FXS • GbE LAN interfaces • Other interfaces TBD • WAN: VDSL2 • Indoor • POTS: Options 0 or 2- FXS ports • LAN: 4-10/100TX + 2 1000TX • Performance – Wirespeed Next Gen iMG • AT-iMG1204W • AT-iMG1224W Target 2H 2010 w/ NMS support

  24. VDSL2 17a & 30a Support CPE • Q4 ‘09 GA • Standalone: Telenet, TFTP, Web provision • Q2 ’10 • Support in AlliedView NMS • Single port bridge, 4 port bridge • Layer 2 IP features • 802.11p and 802.11q QoS • IGMP snooping • DHCP relay with Option 82 • Rate adaptive • Supports all 8 VDSL2 profiles • ADSL2+ fallback aut0-sensing • U.S., Europe, England power cord options • CE, UL, FCC, RoHS compliant

  25. Thank you

  26. Splitters, Cabinets, RUS Updates Presentation by: Milt Washelesky

  27. New ADSL2+ and VDSL2 Splitters • New splitters supporting ADSL2+ and VDSL2 • Make before break contacts supporting lifeline POTS • 24 ports per splitter card • 1 RU 48 port chassis • 3 RU 144 Port chassis

  28. AT-TN-S117-A • 24 Port Splitter card • Supports ADSL2+ • Supports VDSL2 • Hardened • Designed For ATI’s Optimized Wiring

  29. AT-TN-S118-A • One Rack Unit Chassis • Fits In 19 Inch or 23 Inch Racking • Hardened For CO or Cabinet applications • Supports Up To 48 Ports • Designed To Support ATI’s Optimized Wiring • Make Before Break Contacts To Support Uninterrupted POTS

  30. AT-TN-S119-A • Three Rack Unit Chassis • Fits In 19 Inch or 23 Inch Racking • Hardened For CO or Cabinet applications • Supports Up To 144 Ports • Designed To Support ATI’s Optimized Wiring • Make Before Break Contacts To Support Uninterrupted POTS

  31. Cabinet Update • SPC will do cabinet integration • RMT194 PKG 1 • Includes cabinet • iMAP • Filler plates • Integration

  32. Questions? • Please visit us online at www.alliedtelesis.com