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世界のROADM市場:コアからエッジへ

ROADMs: From the Core to the Edge

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世界のROADM市場:コアからエッジへ ROADMs: From the Core to the Edge
出版日: 2010年07月30日 ページ情報: 英文

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概要

当レポートでは、世界のROADM市場について調査分析し、エッジ用ROADMを中心に、ROADM技術の概要、これまでの発展の経緯、アプリケーションなどを取り上げ、タイプ・地域・システム別市場予測、市場成長牽引要因、システム/コンポーネントベンダーのプロファイルなどをまとめて、概略以下の構成でお届けいたします。

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ROADMの定義

  • ROADMのタイプ
    • ROADM以前のアプローチ:ROADMへのOXCベースのアプローチ
    • 第1世代ROADM:PLCベースのROADM
    • 第2世代ROADM:ブロッカーベースのROADM
    • 第3世代ROADM:波長選択スイッチ(WSS)ベースのROADM
    • 第4世代ROADM:エッジ用ROADM(ER)
  • ROADM機能のサマリー:利用別
  • ROADMタイプのサマリー:世代別
  • ROADM概要のサマリー
    • ROADMのメリット

ROADMのアプリケーション

  • Degree-2ノードアプリケーション
    • 典型的なEDFAサイト置き換え
  • Degree-3・Multiple-degreeアプリケーション
    • 新たなRBOC-IXC統合ネットワーク事例へのアプローチ
  • リング構成のためのWSSソリューション
  • エッジ用ROADMアプリケーション

ROADMの新しい方向性

  • カラーレス
  • ディレクションレス
    • カラーレス/ディレクションレスシステムの利点
  • コンテンションレス
  • グリッドレス
  • 残る疑問点
  • ROADMのビジネスケース
    • OPEXの削減
    • CAPEXの削減
    • RBOC-IXC統合の牽引要因
    • 波長サービス
    • IPTVネットワーク
    • IPTVネットワークベンダー
    • エッジ用アプリケーション:新しいROADMの牽引要因
  • 市場予測
    • 予測手法
    • 予測アップデート
  • システム
    • システム:米国市場予測
    • 米国のエッジ用RODAM
  • 米国市場予測
  • システム:世界市場予測
    • 世界のシステム市場予測
    • 世界のエッジ用システム市場予測
  • 世界市場の予測
  • コンポーネント
    • コンポーネント市場予測の前提条件
  • コンポーネント:米国市場の予測
    • ブロッカー
    • Mux/Demux
    • チューナブルレーザー
    • チューナブルフィルター
    • スイッチポイント
    • モニターポイント
    • WSSユニット
    • コンポーネント市場全体
  • コンポーネント:世界市場の予測
    • ブロッカー
    • Mux/Demux
    • チューナブルレーザー
    • チューナブルフィルター
    • スイッチポイント
    • モニターポイント
    • WSSユニット
    • コンポーネント市場全体

ROADMベンダー

  • 主要ベンダー
  • コンポーネント/サブアセンブリーベンダー
  • コンポーネント/サブアセンブリーベンダー:リスト
  • システムベンダー
  • システムベンダー:リスト

付録:ROADMと他のスイッチ

付録:ROADMの技術

付録:略語集

図表

目次

In the eight or so years of previous ROADM history, we have witnessed a continuum of advancing capabilities and technologies in ROADMs. In the last 2-3 years, several companies have introduced products that are edge ROADMs (although the name is only beginning to be standardized) with reduced capabilities and reuse of existing technology on a cost-reduced basis.

Now, the ROADM has become a standard part of long-haul networks - to be included as a matter of course in any new network - and it has become a major update objective for existing networks. They have also become important in metro networks. In addition to the maturity of application, ROADMs have also developed a third generation technology base - the wavelength selective switch (WSS) - that has quickly become the “gold standard”. Now the new application that is driving cost savings is the use of low-cost ROADMs at the edge of the network.

Continuing the trend, carriers are now interested in extending that control capability to the ends of the network. The ever-increasing demand for bandwidth at the ends of the network, mostly exemplified by the overwhelming importance of video, makes the extension of network control capabilities inevitable.

This report details where the industry is in beginning the new ROADM revolution from the “Core to the Edge”. This revolution will bring ROADMs to virtually every central office and head-end in the U.S., and in many parts of the world. The forecasts included herein detail that expansion.

Our focus for this report is the edge ROADM. There are forecasts, application sketches, complete vendor coverage, technology discussions, etc. - all aimed at the edge ROADM. While the edge ROADM is our focus, the report also contains a complete update on all aspects of core and metro ROADMs, as well. including forecasts (with component forecast separately provided), application information, full technology discussions, and complete vendor information.

A number of technologies are involved in the ROADM. The report presents several different architectures, with an emphasis on edge ROADMs and WSSs, but also including the switch version and the broadcast version. This report also discusses the latest in developing trends and architectures for ROADMs, including colorless, directionless, contentionless, and gridless. Technologies involved in each approach are described. The vendors associated with the various approaches are identified, and market forecasts are developed on a component/subsystem level as well as on a system level.

There are many applications for the ROADM. The applications of various-degree nodes (“two-degree nodes”, for example, have two fiber routes, three-degree have three, etc.) that are common in the network are depicted. As will be noted, some of these applications will have particular use in merging the long-haul networks of the IXCs and the metro networks of the RBOCs. The new application in this report is the network edge.

The main market driver for ROADMs is the desire by the carriers to save operating expenses. The new video thrusts by the major combined RBOCs are a new driver to ROADM deployment. These companies are in the process of deploying nationwide networks to deliver video on their fiber access local networks. ROADMs are the perfect adaptation to control these video distribution services. In addition, the forecasted increase in wavelength services is going to greatly facilitate the deployment of networks based on ROADMs. Finally, the ever-increasing demand for bandwidth by the end user is mandating that ROADMs penetrate the network from core to end.

This report investigates the systems known as reconfigurable optical add/drop multiplexers (ROADMs). These devices are currently available in equipment from several major equipment vendors, and have been for about eight years. These products are based on a variety of subsystem technologies that have been developed largely by small startup companies. The main focus of this report (in addition to ROADMs in general) will be on the new application of edge ROADMs. We will also continue our focus from our 2008 ROADM effort on WSS-based ROADMs. Included in this report are the most extensive forecasts for ROADM-related data available. They are all based on a 2015 time horizon, and are on a system as well as component level. The forecasts are provided for U.S. and world bases.

Report Features

  • Comprehensive coverage of ROAM types and development history
    • Coverage of four generations of ROADMs
    • Including WSS and Edge ROADM
  • One of the first reports to ever cover Edge ROADMs - includes application descriptions; quantity, price and market forecasts; vendors; and technologies
  • Authoritative discussion of ROADM applications
  • Description of advantages of ROADMs
  • Identification and discussion of market drivers
  • Full description of the forecasting methodology used in the report
  • Description of underlying technologies of ROADMs
  • Exhaustive listing of vendors - vendors' lists and discussions, separated into Component Vendors and System Vendors, all highlighting most current products
  • Extensive forecasts for ROADMs:
    • By type
    • By region (USA and world)
    • By system quantities
    • By market dollar volume
  • Extensive forecasts for ROADM components and subassemblies:
    • Components forecasts in same detail as Systems
    • Nine different components included.
  • Report has over 200 pages
  • Report has over 90 figures - drawings, tables, and graphs, all exclusive to this report
  • Extensive Appendixes to provide in-depth understanding of the technology and its antecedents
  • By an author with extensive consulting experience in the field and the author of six other major ROADM reports - Clifford R. Holliday.
  • From the Lightwave Series of consistent, compatible reports on the new Lightwave Network!

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Table of Figures

The Lightwave Network Series of Reports

The Lightwave Network

The Lightwave Series of Reports

  • General Market Reports
  • Specific Systems Reports
  • General Reports on the Network

Executive Summary

Introduction

This Report

ROADMs Provide SONET-like Control in Optical Networks

Defining ROADMs

Types of ROADMs

  • Pre-ROADM Approach - OXC-Based Approach to ROADMs
  • First Generation ROADM - PLC-Based ROADMs
    • Colorless vs. Colored Ports
    • Other Names
    • Benefits and Problems with PLC ROADMs
    • Vendors of PLC ROADMs
  • The Second-Generation ROADM - Blocker-Based ROADMs
    • Other Names
    • Alternative Designs for Blockers
    • Problems with Blocker-based ROADMs
    • Vendors of Blocker ROADMs
  • Third-Generation ROADM - Wavelength Selective Switch (WSS)
  • Other Names
  • Vendors of WSS ROADMs
  • Problems and Benefits of WSS ROADMs
  • Fourth-Generation ROADMS - Edge ROADM (ER)
    • Vendors of Edge ROADMs

Summary of ROADM Features by Utilization

Summary of ROADM Types by Generation

Summary of ROADM Description

  • The advantages of ROADMs

ROADM Applications

Degree-two Node Applications

  • Typical EDFA (Amplifier) Site Replacement

Degree-three and Multiple-degree Applications

  • Approaches to the New RBOC-IXC Merged Network Examples

The WSS Solution to Joining Rings

Edge ROADM Applications

New Directions for ROADMS

Colorless

Directionless

  • Advantages of Colorless/Directionless Systems

Contentionless

Gridless

Questions Remain

Business Case for ROADMs

  • Opex Savings
  • Capex Savings
  • The RBOC-IXC Merger Driver
    • OAM&P Software
  • Wavelength Services
  • IPTV Networks
  • Vendors of the IPTV Networks
    • AT&T
    • Verizon
    • Comcast
  • Edge Applications - the New ROADM Driver

Market Forecast

  • Forecast Methodology
    • Model for Forecast Core and Metro ROADMs
      • 2005
      • 2006
      • 2008
      • 2010
    • Assumptions of Model
  • Model for Forecast - Edge ROADMs
  • Forecast Update
    • Background for these forecasts.
      • General Economic Background
      • Telecom Economic Background
      • Possible Positives for Telecom in 2010

Systems

  • Systems - US Forecast
  • US Edge ROADMs

US Market Forecast

Systems - World Forecast

  • World System Forecast
  • World Edge Systems Forecast

World Market Forecast

Components

  • Assumptions for Component Forecasts
    • Pricing for Components
  • Components - US Forecast
    • Blocker US Market Forecast
    • Mux/Demux US Market Forecast
    • Tunable Laser US Market Forecast
    • Tunable Filters US Market Forecast
    • Switch Points US Forecast
    • Monitor Points US Market Forecast
    • WSS Units US Market
    • Total Components US Market Forecast
  • Components - Global Forecast
    • Blockers Global Market Forecast
    • Mux/Demux Global Market Forecast
    • Tunable Laser Global Market Forecast
    • Tunable Filter Global Market Forecast
    • Switch Points Global Market Forecast
    • Monitor Points Global Forecast
    • WSS Units World Market
    • Components Total Global Forecast

ROADM Vendors

Leading Vendors

  • Major Contracts

Component/Subassembly Vendors

Component/Subassembly Vendor Listing

  • AC Photonics, Inc.
  • Active Optical MEMS, Inc.
  • Aegis Lightwave, Inc.
  • Agiltron, Inc.
  • Alliance Fiber Optic Products
  • ANdevices (Enablenace Technologies)
  • AOC Technologies
  • Auxora, Inc.
  • Avanex Corporation
  • Avo Photonics
  • Capella Photonics
  • Clarendon Photonics
  • CoAdna Photonics
  • Corning
  • Corrigent
  • Cube Optics AG
  • DiCon Fiberoptics
  • DuPont Photonics Technologies
  • Emit Technology Co. Ltd.
  • Enablence Technologies
  • Engana Pty. Ltd. (Optium Corp.)
  • Fibernett. Co. Ltd.
  • Finisar Corporation
  • FOCI Fiber Optic Communications, Inc.
  • Guangzhou Yongda Optical Comm. Tech. Dev
  • Hitachi Chemical Co. America Ltd.
  • Hitachi Cable
  • Hitachi Metals America, Ltd.
  • Infineon Technologies
  • Inplane Photonics, Inc.
  • Intel Corporation
  • JDS Uniphase
  • Kaiser Optical Systems, Inc
  • Kamelian (Amphotonix Ltd)
  • Lambda Optical Systems
  • LightComm Technology
  • LIGHTCONNECT Inc (NeoPhotonics)
  • Lightwaves2020 Inc.
  • Lynx Photonic Networks
  • Mahi Networks (Meriton) - Xtera
  • Metconnex (JDSU)
  • NeoPhotonics
  • Network Photonics (Not in Operation)
  • OLYMPUS MICROSYSTEMS AMERICA INC.
  • O-Net Communications Ltd.
  • Oplink Communications, Inc.
  • Optium Technologies
  • Optoplex
  • OpTun Inc. (NEoPhotonics)
  • Osaki Electric Co., Ltd.
  • Paxera Corp. (neoPhotonics)
  • Polychromix
  • Redfern Optical Components Pty Ltd.
  • SDO Communications Corp.
  • Shenzhen Hi-Optel Technology Co. Ltd.
  • Silicon Light Machines (Cypress Semiconductor)
  • Sinclair Manufacturing Company
  • SpectraSwitch
  • Stratos International, Inc.
  • TeraXion Inc.
  • TheFibers Inc.
  • Topfiber Technology
  • TransOptix
  • Valdor Fiber Optics
  • Xerox
  • Xtellus

System Vendors

System Vendor Listing

  • Adva Optical Networking
  • Alcatel-Lucent
  • Avvio Networks
  • Ciena
  • Cisco
  • ECI
  • Ericsson
  • Fujitsu
  • Infinera
  • Huawei Technologies
  • Mahi Networks (formerly Photuris) - Meriton - Now Xtera
  • Marconi Corporation plc (Ericsson)
  • Meriton Networks
  • Movaz Networks (ADVA)
  • NEC America Inc.
  • Nistica
  • Nokia Siemens (NSN)
  • Nortel
  • OpVista Inc.
  • Tellabs
  • Tropic Networks (Alcatel-Lucent)

Appendix I - ROADMs and Other Switches - A Taxonomy

Switches by Any Other Name

  • “Switch” Types
    • Classes of Transparent Optical Switches
      • FXC
      • WSXC
      • WICX (Wavelength Independent Cross-Connect)
  • Routers
  • TDM Switches
  • ATM
  • IP Switches
  • DACS

DACS/ROADM Relationship

  • Drivers to DACS Deployment

ADMs - The Key SONET Functionality

  • OADMs

Appendix II - Technologies for ROADMs

Switches and Blocker

  • MEMS
    • Approaches to MEMS
      • Digital Approach
      • Analog Approach
      • One Dimension MEMS
    • Grating Light Valve (GLV)
    • Planar Lightwave Circuits
    • Liquid Crystal
      • LQ Uses
    • Fiber Bragg Grating

Mux/Demuxes

  • AWG Devices
  • Etched Waveguide Devices (Planar Waveguide Devices)

Tunable Lasers

Monitor Points

Technology Summary

  • Summary of Features by Class
  • Importance of Tunable Lasers
    • Developers and Vendors of Tunable Lasers
  • Tunable Lasers Vendors List
    • ADC
    • Altitun AB (ADC)
    • Alcatel-Lucent
    • Bookham (New Focus, Inc.)
    • Corning
    • Hewlett-Packard
    • Intel
    • JDS Uniphase
    • Marconi
    • Nortel
    • Paxera
    • Pirelli Broadband Systems
    • Santur

Appendix III - Listing of Acronyms

Table of Figures

  • Figure 1: Lightwave Network
  • Figure 2: ROADM General Configuration
  • Figure 3: Fully Switched Approach to OADM
  • Figure 4: PLC Based ROADM
  • Figure 5: Detailed ' Blocker' ROADM Architecture
  • Figure 6: Alternative M-Z Diode-based Broadcast ROADM
  • Figure 7: WSS Structure
  • Figure 8: WSS-based ROADM
  • Figure 9: WSS-based Multi-degree Node Interconnection
  • Figure 10: Typical Blocker ROADM
  • Figure 11: WSS Added to Blocker
  • Figure 12: Summary of ROADM Types by Utilization
  • Figure 13: Four Generations of ROADMs
  • Figure 14: Economic Advantages of ROADMs
  • Figure 15: Three-Amp DWDM System
  • Figure 16: 3R Intermediate Access Solution
  • Figure 17: Use of ROADM for Intermediate Site Access
  • Figure 18: Degree Three Node Example
  • Figure 19: Joining Two Rings
  • Figure 20: Using Core Routers in Degree-three Nodes
  • Figure 21: Using an OXC in a Degree-three Node
  • Figure 22: Using a ROADM for the Degree-three Node
  • Figure 23: Using ROADMs for Joining Rings
  • Figure 24: WSS Approach to Interconnecting Rings
  • Figure 25: ROADMs across the Network
  • Figure 26: Example of Edge ROADM Application - Telco
  • Figure 27: Example of Edge Router used by Cable Company
  • Figure 28: Forecast for Wavelength Services
  • Figure 29: IPTV Video Network
  • Figure 30: ROADM System Unit Forecast - US
  • Figure 31: US Market - Change in Predominant Type of ROADM over Time
  • Figure 32: US Edge ROADMs Systems
  • Figure 33: Price Forecast for ROADMs
  • Figure 34: ROADMs Market Forecast - US
  • Figure 35: OADM vs. ROADM Market - US
  • Figure 36: US ROADM as a Percent of Global Usage
  • Figure 37: ROADM Systems - Global
  • Figure 38: World Market - Change in Predominant Type of ROADM over Time
  • Figure 39: US Portion of World Edge ROADM Market
  • Figure 40: World Systems - Edge ROADMs
  • Figure 41: ROADM Market Forecast - Global
  • Figure 42: US Systems by Type
  • Figure 43: PLC Version of the ROADM
  • Figure 44: Broadcast/Blocker Version of the ROADM
  • Figure 45: WSS Typical for Component Count
  • Figure 46: Component Count for Each Type of ROADM
  • Figure 47: Component Price Table
  • Figure 48: Components - US Units
  • Figure 49: Blocker US Market Forecast
  • Figure 50: Mux/Demux US Market Forecast
  • Figure 51: Tunable Laser US Market Forecast
  • Figure 52: Tunable Filters US Market Forecast
  • Figure 53: Switch Points US Market Forecast
  • Figure 54: US Market - LC Switch Points
  • Figure 55: US Market - MEMS Switch Points
  • Figure 56: Monitor Points US Market
  • Figure 57: US Market - WSS Units
  • Figure 58: Total Components US Market Forecast
  • Figure 59: Components Units Global Forecast
  • Figure 60: Blocker Global Market Forecast
  • Figure 61: Mux/Demux Market Forecast
  • Figure 62: Tunable Laser Global Forecast
  • Figure 63: Tunable Filters Global Market Forecast
  • Figure 64: Switch Points Global Market Forecast
  • Figure 65: World LC Switch Point Market
  • Figure 66: World MEMS Switch Point Market
  • Figure 67: Monitor Points Global Forecast
  • Figure 68: World WSS Units Market
  • Figure 69: Components Total Global Forecast
  • Figure 70: U-Verse: FiOS ROADM Vendors
  • Figure 71: Summary Table - Sub-system Vendors
  • Figure 72: Summary Table - System Vendors
  • Figure 73: ROADM Concept
  • Figure 74: Example of FXC Class Fiber-to-Fiber Application
  • Figure 75: Example of FXC Application at 1310 nm
  • Figure 76: Example of WSXC Application
  • Figure 77: Example of WICX Application
  • Figure 78: SONET ADM
  • Figure 79: OADM
  • Figure 80: Improved OADM
  • Figure 81: OADM with Limited Switching
  • Figure 82: Detailed PLC ROADMs
  • Figure 83: Detailed Blocker ROADM
  • Figure 84: MEMS Layout
  • Figure 85: Sketch of Two Dimensional MEMS
  • Figure 86: Sketch of Multi-Dimensional MEMS
  • Figure 87: 1D MEMS
  • Figure 88: Sketch of Liquid Crystal Technology
  • Figure 89: Planar Waveguide Demux
  • Figure 90, Technologies' Summary
  • Figure 91: Table of Switch Classes - Summary of Features
  • Figure 92: Example of Use of Tunable Laser in Transparent OXC
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