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UTStarcom CPAN solution

Against Tender No.: CA/Ent.-CNP/CPAN/T-551/2016 issued on 26th May 2016

10-Oct- 2017
CPAN Project Presentation - Agenda
1. Company Brief
2. MPLS-TP Overview, Features, Advantages
3. Tender Objectives & Requirements
4. NetRingTN CPAN Product Portfolio
5. Netman EMS Solution, DCN Network Planning
6. Queries, Q&A
About Us
UTStarcom – a global telecom infrastructure provider
• Founded in 1991, started trading on NASDAQ in 2000 (UTSI)
• Operating entities in Hong Kong; Tokyo, Japan; San Jose, USA; Delhi and
Bangalore, India; Hangzhou, China
• Strong customer base, multiple deployments for tier 1 telecom operators
worldwide
Focus on delivering innovative cutting-edge packet optical transport, wireless
and fixed line broadband access products and solutions coupled with in-house
carrier grade Software Defined Networking (SDN) platform

Key facts of technology innovation driven by UTStarcom


• The first vendor of carrier-class IP • First vendor of MPLS-TP & CE based
based DSLAM/ MSAN Packet Optical Transport provider
• The first vendor of carrier-class Giga • First vendor extended MPLS-TP to
bit/s EPON solution network edge (EAD)
• Over 40 Million Access lines installed • One of first movers at “Transport SDN”
worldwide in Metro Network
• The first vendor to develop and deploy • First vendor to implement centralized
end-to-end IPTV solution in China L3VPN in transport network
MPLS-TP Overview, Features
MPLS-TP Technology Positioning
MPLS-TP OVERVIEW
1. Packet network: 2. SDH/Sonet network:
Efficiency and flexibility Performance and carrier-grade features
a) Statistical multiplexing a) Connection oriented
IP, Ethernet
b) Flexible transport containers b) Low delay and jitter MSTP/MSPP
c) Service-aware (SDH/SONET)
c) High clock accuracy
d) Advanced QoS
d) Resiliency (50ms switch over)
● Scalability
● Comprehensive OAM
Residential ● Multi-service support The best of
CPAN Network
DSLAM
both worlds
Urban xPON

TDM PW MPLS-TP MPLS-TP TDM PW


ATM PW ATM PW
GE/FE Eth PW LSP LSP Eth PW
Transport Path
Business
TDM PW MPLS-TP (POS/ Eth PHY) MPLS-TP TDM PW
ATM PW ATM PW
Eth PW LSP LSP Eth PW

PC, Phone Wi-Fi


Network Core

Mobile Terminal 2.5G, 3G,


HSPA, LTE Converged multi-service connection-oriented transport over packet
MPLS-TP Key Features
Nested Hierarchy Multiservice Support

Hierarchical OAM

MEP – Maintenance End Point


MIP – Maintenance Intermediate Point
MPLS-TP Evolution
CPAN Technology Advantages

• Efficient Bandwidth utilization, Sharing bandwidth between services


• Includes the benefits of RPR,
✧ SDH Packet switching based on statistical multiplexing
✧ Path protection & recovery within 50 ms for any topology – Ring, Linear, Mesh
• Support for TDM interfaces (E1, STM-1) & Multiservice traffic
• PW Emulation Services for TDM & ATM traffic
• Both UNI & NNI interfaces upto max 100G capacity
• Access to last mile connectivity bandwidth upto 100G capacity
• Bandwidth Scalability – from 5G, 40G to 100G
• OAM & Performance Monitoring - Proactive & Reactive
• Resiliency – 1:1, 1+1, Linear & Ring
• 3-Layer QoS with 8 classes
• GUI EMS Provisioning
CPAN Tender Requirements
Tender Objectives

• TDM traffic is becoming less and less


• Requirement for packet traffic is strongly rising
• MPLS-TP = Intelligence of Packet switching + OAM in SDH
• CPAN switches aggregates voice, video, and data from Access N/W
• CPAN hands-over the Access traffic to MNG-PAN, IP/MPLS core
CPAN Tender Info

Tender No.: CA/Ent.-CNP/CPAN/T-551/2016 issued on 26th May 2016


S. No. Name of the Item Quantity (in Nos.)

A1 Type MPLS-TP Switches - 15000 Nos.


MPLS-TP based Converged Packet Access Network A2 Type MPLS-TP Switches - 500 Nos.
1. (CPAN) Equipment B1 Type MPLS-TP Switches - 4000 Nos.
B2 Type MPLS-TP Switches - 3500 Nos.

UTStarcom as L2-Bidder supplies,

CPAN
Phase-1 Phase-2 Total Qty
Switch
A1 2567 2563 5130

A2 89 81 170

B1 688 680 1368

B2 600 597 1197


Tender requirements – Technical specifications
S.No. Type/ Power Supply, Power Packet Switching Fabric Uplink/ Downlink Interfaces Per Unit
Controller, Cross (Min)
Config Interface
Connect Card (Non-Blocking)
Redundancy
1 A1 No DC 5G Optical GE (1000 Base LX) interface 2
FE/GE (10/100/1000 Base T ) Electrical interface 4
E1 interface 4
2 A2 No AC 5G Optical GE (1000 Base LX) interface 2
FE/GE (10/100/1000 Base T ) Electrical interface 4
E1 interface 4

3 B1 Yes DC 40G 10 GE ( 10G Base LR) interface 2

Optical GE (1000 Base LX) interface 10

FE/GE (10/100/1000 Base T ) Electrical interface 10

E1 interface 32
STM-1 interface 4
4 B2 Yes DC 80G 10 GE ( 10G Base LR) interface 4
Optical GE (1000 Base LX) interface 20

FE/GE (10/100/1000 Base T ) Electrical interface 20

E1 interface 32
STM-1 interface 8
Tender requirements - SoW

• Supply of MPLS-TP equipment along with EMS


✧ Installation and commissioning of MPLS-TP boxes
- B1& B2 type switches by the supplier.
- A1& A2 type switches by BSNL.

✧ Validation Testing of MPLS-TP Switches A1, A2, B1 & B2 Type.

• Supply of EMS Solution (NOC/ DR NOC) for management of CPAN network centrally from Pune &
Kolkatta
✧ Installation and commissioning of EMS, Validation Testing of EMS.

• Supply of 1+1 UPS Solution to NOC & DR NOC


• O&M of the EMS system for 8 years after commissioning
• Comprehensive Annual Maintenance Contract (AMC) for all equipments including switches and EMS
for 7 years after one year of warranty period
• Supply of LCT Laptop’s (27) & EMS Desktop (10) Terminals
NetRing CPAN Product Portfolio
Products offered

Product offered against the tender requirements

• TN725B – Type B2

• TN705B – Type B1

• TN703B – Type A1 (DC)

• TN703B – Type A2 (AC)


TN725B – Type B2

MS14E16 (4*STM- X01G11 X01G11


1+16*E1) (1*10G+10*GE) (1*10G+10*GE)
PWIN OPCF

FAN
PWIN OPCF
MS14E16 (4*STM- X01G11 X01G11
1+16*E1) (1*10G+10*GE) (1*10G+10*GE)

OPCF card PWIN card


• 1+1 redundancy for power supply module
✧ 80Gbps PPC and switching capacity
✧ Clock integrated Traffic Interface Card: • Each site would have
✧ Operation, Administration, & Maintenance module be • X01G11 card : • 4 numbers of X01G11
integrated with COM module in one card 1*10GE+5*GE(O)+5*GE(E) card
• Support external NMS/LCT interface • MS14E16 card : • 2 numbers of MS14E16
✧ Support external alarm input/output and external CLK • 4*STM-1+16*E1 cards
inputs/outputs
TN705B – Type B1
MS14E16 (2*STM- X01G11 BLANK
1+16*E1) (1*10G+10*GE)
PWIN OPCK

FAN
PWIN OPCK
MS14E16 (2*STM- X01G11 BLANK
1+16*E1) (1*10G+10*GE)

OPCK card PWIN card


• 1+1 redundancy for power supply module
✧ 40Gbps PPC and switching capacity
✧ Clock integrated
Traffic Interface Card: • Each site would have
Operation, Administration, & Maintenance module be • X01G11 card :

• 2 numbers of X01G11
integrated with COM module in one card
1*10GE+5*GE(O)+5*GE(E) card
• Support external NMS/LCT interface
• MS14E16 card : • 2 numbers of MS14E16
✧ Support external alarm input/output and external CLK
inputs/outputs • 4*STM-1+16*E1 cards
TN703B – Type A1

Tender requirement
a) 4 – GE Electrical
Main chassis b) 2 – GE Optical
• 1U box with backplane and fan module c) 4 E1 interfaces
• Operation, Administration & Maintenance module be integrated with
COM module in one card
• Support 6 Gbps PPC and switch capacity
• Clock integrated • Interface Cards
• ALM: RJ45, 3x input and 1x output extern alarms interface 2 Client slots for application flexibility
• CLK: RJ45, clock interface support
• NMS: RJ45, NMS/CLI interface Interface Max. ports per card Cards given

Power module FE/GE 1(o)+2(e) 2


• 1 DC module, -48VDC, power supply input E1 2
TN703B – Type A2

Tender requirement
Main chassis a) 4 – GE Electrical
• 1U box with backplane and fan module b) 2 – GE Optical
• Operation, Administration & Maintenance module be integrated with c) 4 E1 interfaces
COM module in one card
• Support 6 Gbps PPC and switch capacity
• Clock integrated • Interface Cards
• ALM: RJ45, 3x input and 1x output extern alarms interface 2 Client slots for application flexibility
• CLK: RJ45, clock interface support
• NMS: RJ45, NMS/CLI interface Interface Max. ports per card Cards given

Power module FE/GE 1(o)+2(e) 2


• 1 AC module, 220VAC E1 2
TN series - Footprint

S. No. Description Chassis Size (W x D Weight (fully BP capacity Power


x H) (in mm) loaded) in Kg (in Gb) (in W)
1 TN725B (type B2) 442 x 222 x 177 Approx. 15 80 < 250
DC power supply
Rack size – 19 inch Width,
1000 mm Height, 600 mm
Depth

2 TN705B (type B1) 442 x 222 x 177 Approx. 12 40 < 200


DC power supply
Rack size – 19 inch Width,
1000 mm Height, 600 mm
Depth

3 TN703B (type A2) 400 x 212x 44.45 Approx. 3 6 < 30


AC power supply

4 TN703B (type A1) 400 x 169 x 44.45 Approx. 2 6 < 30


DC power supply
TN series – Interfaces
S. Description 1GE 10GE (optical) STM1 (155Mbps) 1GE E1 (2Mbps)
No. (optical) 1310nm (optical) (electrical) (electrical)
1310nm 1310nm Typical values Typical values

1 TN725B (type Tx power: Tx power: Tx power: < 50 meter < 100 meter
B2) -9 to -3dBm -7 to 0.5dBm -5 to 0dBm

Rx sensitivity: Rx sensitivity: Rx sensitivity:


-23dBm -14.4dBm -34dBm

2 TN705B (type Tx power: Tx power: Tx power: < 50 meter < 100 meter
B1) -9 to -3dBm -7 to 0.5dBm -5 to 0dBm

Rx sensitivity: Rx sensitivity: Rx sensitivity:


-23dBm -14.4dBm -34dBm

3 TN703B Tx power: No interface No interface < 50 meter < 100 meter


(type A1 -9 to -3dBm
and A2)
Rx sensitivity:
-23dBm
NetMan EMS Solution, DCN Network Planning
EMS: Netman 6000 OMC-O
FEATURES
● Comprehensive centralized network management
o Configuration management
o Service management
o Fault management
o Performance management
o Security and log management
● Intuitive GUI for easy element, network and service management
● Intelligent management system
o Fast auto-discovery for network elements
o Intelligent procedures for alarms handling
o Graphic display based on real HW layout
o Multiple wizards simplify complex operations
● End-to-end service provisioning
● Distributed cluster-based architecture EMS/Proxy
● High scalability
● High availability and disaster tolerance solution
Netman 6000 OMC-O HA/Geo redundancy

• High availability NMS Architecture – GEO redundancy:


• While Primary NMS is active, Secondary NMS is synchronizing all data changes in background and performs
a heartbeat detection
• If a failure is detected in the Primary NMS, the Secondary NMS will take over
• Auto switchover, manual recovery

NE NE
EMS HA/DR Connectivity Architecture
Pune NoC Kolkata NoC
Storage Storage
NMS Server1 NMS Server2 NMS Server3 NMS Server4
NMS1 Act1 NMS1 Act2 Heart Beat NMS1 Stb1 NMS1 Stb2
NMS2 Stb1 NMS2 Stb2 NMS2 Act1 NMS2 Act2
Data Sync
F F
Ethernet
Ethernet
EthernetSW
SW-1-2 EthernetSW
SW-1-2
T MPLS T
Proxy1-1 Proxy2-1 Proxy5-1 Proxy6-1 Cloud Proxy1-2 Proxy2-2 Proxy5-2 Proxy6-2
Proxy8-
Proxy3-1 Proxy4-1 Proxy7-1 Proxy8-1 Proxy3-2 Proxy4-2 Proxy7-2
2
Proxy Server1-1 Proxy Server2-1 Proxy Server1-2 Proxy Server2-2

West Zone East Zone


• Descriptions:
1. NMS and proxy are installed on Virtual Machines of Dell R730 Servers.
2. NMS1 manage West Zone, Active is at Pune, Standby is at Koltata;
• NMS2 manage East Zone, Active is at Koltata, Standby is at Pune;
EMS – DCN Network Planning
ECN – Embedded Communication Network
Ext-DCN – External Data Communication Network

GNE
• Connects ECN and ext-DCN
• Import NEs’ route information in ECN to DCN
• Import NMS route information to ECN
• Forward data traffic (e.g., mgt. messages) b/w ECN and DCN
EMS – UPS Solution

• Hitachi 15 KVA rated load, 150 AH * 12 V * 26 batteries, 2 hours backup


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