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ERicsson SPO 1400 family

Packet Optical Transport platforms


(ETSI)
ERicsson
SPO 1400 family
The Ericsson SPO 1400 family is a modular, scalable Packet Optical Transport Platform (POTP)
featuring flexible, carrier class packet, OTN and optical switching capability in a single transport
platform. The SPO 1400 enables lowest total cost of ownership (TCO) for both network transfor-
mation and new network builds.

Service Providers are facing Multi Service Converged Networks The powerful aggregation
urgent transport problems that Service Providers are facing urgent capabilities of the
require being able to offer new transport problems that require SPO 1400 ensure efficient use of
services quickly to grow revenue being able to offer new services transport capacity. The advanced
while reducing overall cost. quickly to grow revenue while photonics allow flexible node
They’re deciding what to do about reducing overall cost within their bypass and direct routing of high
expanding traffic demands that network. They’re also deciding capacity, low latency services.
require large amounts of packet what to do about expanding
capability. traffic demands that require large Router Port Conservation
amounts of packet capability. Rapidly growing packet traffic is
Ericsson SPO 1400 is a family of consuming router ports quickly
compact, energy-efficient Packet The ability to offer a full range and is driving deployment of large,
Optical Transport Platforms (POTP). of services without preplanned expensive core routers. Operators
SPO 1400 is multi-function (TDM, partitioning of network resources can reduce the number of router
DWDM, OTN and Packet), which dramatically reduces planning ports in use and increase router
means CAPEX is only spent where overhead traditionally associated performance by exploiting the
it is needed. SPO 1400 is the most with multi–service networks. SPO 1400 packet transport and
power efficient POTP, which means aggregation functions.
OPEX savings throughout its With the SPO 1400 in a converged
service life. SPO 1400 is ideal for metro transport network, the cost Packet aggregation
SDH modernization to DWDM and of service delivery and time-to- The SPO 1400 enables statistical
packet by combining low-order (E1) revenue are reduced. This has gain and traffic separation in the
switching and high capacity packet direct impact on a service provider’s metro network to facilitate router
and DWDM. cash flow by increasing profit (new interconnectivity with highly utilized
revenue and lower cost) and by and high bandwidth Ethernet
With SPO 1400, service providers realizing top line revenue sooner. interfaces. This results in significant
not only pay as they grow. They network cost reductions.
pay as they need and are never The unified packet/OTN switch
required to spend on capabilities fabric ensures full utilization of the OTN connectivity
that do not directly generate SPO 1400 aggregation capacity Optical Transport Networks (OTN)
service revenue. regardless of traffic mix. This can be used to create virtual
removes a major risk to operator meshes to offload transit traffic
profit given the rapidly changing from expensive routers and onto
end customer demands. lower cost transport equipment.
The SPO 1400 provides a OTN
SPO 1400 The SPO 1400 supports all features
required for mobile backhaul such
switching down to ODU-0 level.

The benchmark as packet transport and aggregation,


1588v2 and SyncE as well as
Packet Optical support for E1 ports and ATM.

Transport High Capacity Metro Networks


Premium business services and
Platform LTE mobile networks coupled with
reduced contention ratios
(POTP) in acess networks is creating
unprecedented demand for metro
connectivity.
SPO 1110 SPO 1410
Service Module slots: 2 4 + 2 exp
Unified Packet/OTN switch fabric: 40Gbps 80Gbps
Height: 1.5RU 2RU
Systems per 300mm-deep-rack: N/A 22

SPO 1460 SPO 1480


Service Module slots: 16 32
Unified Packet/OTN switch fabric: 800Gbps 3.2Tbps
Height: 8RU 18RU
Systems per 300mm-deep-rack: 5 2
being
first
going
fast

Key Features and Benefits of the Ericsson SPO 1400 Family

•Hybrid Packet / OTN switching Fabric – Does not lock operators into a single technology, avoiding the risk of
stranded network resources

•Integrated WDM functionality – avoids the need for unnecessary optical interfaces between aggregation
and transport equipment

•Full range of WDM options ranging from passive to fully dynamic high performance coherent DWDM –
Ensures operators have cost effective WDM solutions for all network applications

•Class leading port density – Reduces floor space cost

•Class leading power efficiency – Reduces power and cooling cost

•MEF Service Support E-Line, E-LAN and E-TREE – Enables access to new service revenues

•MPLS-TP-based L2VPNs and Circuit Emulation (CES) – Enables the delivery of advanced packet services

•Full OTN switching at ODU-0 granularity – Enables delivery of high value, low latency premium services as
well as wholesale services

•100G interfaces featuring coherent technology ensure SPO 1400 is ready to meet the future
capacity requirements.

•Common network management for OPEX efficiency


WDM Networks this legacy infrastructure so it can The Ericsson SPO 1400 Packet
The SPO 1400 uses Photonic be actively decommissioned. Optical Transport Platform:
Attachment Units (PAU) as SPO 1400 features a native • Optimizes network costs to
extension shelves to deliver 60Gbps capacity LO-SDH switch service needs with unmatched
ROADM and WDM amplification allowing any new PDH/SDH flexibility
capabilities. It is managed as a services to be accommodated with • Saves operations expenditure
single Network Element with a all the protection and monitoring with best-in-class power and
host SPO 1400 without sacrificing functions to meet existing SLA packet density
backplane capacity. requirements. • Eases transition from SDH
Each PAU module houses all to packet and OTN/DWDM by
the key ROADM building blocks Innovative Packet Transport providing low order switching and
including Wavelength Selective The SPO 1400 family features a interfaces
Switch (WSS), Optical Channel scalable packet switch design
Monitoring (OCM), Optical enabling transport of connection These key advantages define the
Supervisory Channel (OSC) and oriented services with SDH SPO 1400 as the benchmark POTP
amplification. performance levels. in the industry. The SPO 1400
POTP quickens time to revenue
The PAU supports ROADM Ethernet Services while optimizing overall cost.
capabilities ranging from SPO 1400 Ethernet services are
2-Way/48l, 4-Way/96l to a based on the latest IEEE standards
9-Way/96l Flexgrid ROADM. supporting E-Line, E-LAN and
Furthermore, with directionless/ E-Tree (MEF 9 and 14 certified).
colorless support and both OLA Virtual private networking (VPWS
and OLT capabilities the SPO 1400 and VPLS) is enabled by SPO 1400 is perfectly
becomes a fully capable DWDM MPLS-TP. suited to a wide range of
system. applications ranging from
Mobile backhaul
SDH/PDH Migration SPO 1400 family ensures customer sites, Radio Access
Many operators have to maintain economical backhaul solutions Network (RAN) aggregation,
expensive legacy infrastructure to using TDM and Packet capabilities fixed mobile convergence
support traditional PDH and SDH with options for Circuit Emulation
services. The SPO 1400 provides a Services (CES) and Ethernet and WDM transport.
practical migration path to free up interfaces (MEF 9 and 14 certified).

Photonic Attachment Unit (PAU):


96 wavelength ROADM, 9-ways,
Flexgrid

Photonic Attachment Unit (PAU):


96 wavelength ROADM, 4-ways

Photonic Attachment Unit (PAU):


48 wavelength ROADM, 2-ways
• PW status message (RFC6478) SYNCHRONIZATION
TECHNICAL • PW 1:1 Redundancy Sources
SPECIFICATIONS • Multi-Segment PW •STM-N (T1), E1 (T2), 2Mbps,
• VPWS, VPLS and H-VPLS 2MHz (T3), FE, GE, 1588 slave/BC
Support
GENERAL Output
The SPO 1400 family is designed • 2Mbps or 2MHz (T4) Feature
to meet the appropriate sections SWITCHING CAPACITIES • SSM support
of recommendations ITU-T G.703, • SPO 1110 40G Packet + 20G SDH
ITU-T G.709, G.704, G.707, G.783, • SPO 1410 80G Packet + 15G SDH Ethernet
G.957, G.7041, G.7042, G.841, • SPO 1460 800G Packet/OTN + • Synchronous Ethernet (ITU-T
G.842, G.694.2, G.813, G.8261, 60G SDH 826.x & ITU-T 8265.1)
Y.1731, G8032, ISDN PRA, IEEE • SPO 1480 3.2T Packet/OTN • IEEE 1588v2
802.1D, 802.1Q (ad, ag), 802.3, + 60G SDH
802.3 ah, RFC 2328, 2474, 3147, • Optical Switching – Up to 9 ways
3916, 4553, 4664, 4665. of 96 Channels MANAGEMENT
• XML/HTTP
• SDH DCC
ETHERNET SERVICE ELECTRICAL INTERFACES
• MEF compliance: 3, 4, 6, 6.1, 8, • RJ45: 10/100/1000 Base-T
9, 10, 10.1, 11, 14 and 22 • High density LFH connector: POWER
• MEF certification: MEF 9 and 14. 32xT1 DC
• E-Line (EPL, EVPL) E-LAN • 75 ohm: T3 • -42 to -69VDC
(EPLAN, EVP-LAN) and E-Tree
support Dissipation
• CoS classification and rate OPTICAL INTERFACES SPO 1110
limiting per UNI, UNI+VLAN, Ethernet/LAN • 96W (Max)
UNI+PRI or UNI+VLAN+PRI •100 Base-FX/X10/BX
(MEF 10.1) •1000 Base-SX/LX/ZX/BX SPO 1410
• UNI service bundling and •10GE Base-SR/ER/LR • 430W (Max)
multiplexing: all to one, one to • 150-350 W (Typical)
one, many to one STM-1
• L2CP discard or tunnel with •1310 nm and 1550 nm options to SPO 1460
option to swap DA MAC S-1.1, L-1.1, L-1.2 • 1500W (Max)
• MEF E-NNI with configurable • 400-800 W (Typical)
S-Tag Ethertype STM-4
• DRNI/MC-LAG •1310 nm and 1550 nm options to SPO 1480
• Broadcast, Multicast and S-4.1, L-4.1, L-4.2, OC-3/12/48 • 4000 W (Max per chassis)
unknown Unicast storm interface
protection per service
• Support for 16K services, 4K STM-16 EMC
VLANs, 9K MTU •1310 nm and 1550 nm options to • ETSI EN 300 386
• 256K MAC address table with up S-16.1, L-16.1, L-16.2 • 2004/108/EC Directive
to 8K static MAC entries • GR-1089-CORE
• MAC Multicast / IGMP snooping STM-64
• FE,GE interfaces (with Auto •1310 nm and 1550 nm options to
negotiation / Auto crossover) I-64.1, S-64.2B, L-64.2 SAFETY
and 10GE • IEC/EN/UL/CSA/AS/NZS
• DoS, ACL and Port mirroring CWDM 60950-1 and IEC/ETSI EN 60825-
•8 wavelengths, multirate and 60825-2
•Connector for all – SFP with LC
ETHERNET PERFORMANCE
• PM per service with red, yellow OPERATING TEMPERATURE
and green bytes/frame counters OTN INTERFACES • -5°C to + 45°C according to ETS
• Y.1731 FD, FDV, FLR, RDI, • OTU-1 300 019-2-3, class 3.2
802.1ag CCM, loopback and link • OTU-2/2e (Grey/Tunable)
trace • OTU-3/3e (Grey/Coherent)
• IEEE 802.3ah Ethernet Link OAM • OTU-4 (Grey/Coherent) MECHANICS
• RMON, MEF15 stats Dimensions (HxWxD)
• SPO 1110 - 67x449x284mm
DWDM Functionality • SPO 1410 - 88 x 445 x 240mm
MPLS-TP • 48Ch/96Ch Wavelengths per • SPO 1460 - 355 x 445 x 280mm
• LSP OAM (RFC6428, RFC6426, direction • SPO 1480 – 775 x 497 x 280mm
RFC6370) • 2, 4, 9, and 48/96 Channels per
• LSP 1:1 protection (RFC6378) Direction ROADM Modules
• LSP Loss and Delay • Optical Line Amplifier Module
Measurement (RFC6375)
• PW OAM (RFC6428, RFC6426,
RFC6370)
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