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高速光ファイバー通信:仕様・技術・アプリケーション・市場

High-speed Fiber Optics Communications: Specifics, Technologies, Applications and Markets

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高速光ファイバー通信:仕様・技術・アプリケーション・市場 High-speed Fiber Optics Communications: Specifics, Technologies, Applications and Markets
出版日: 2013年01月03日 ページ情報: 英文
概要

大手インターネットキャリアによって維持される基幹インターネットの回線容量は、インターネットユーザーの爆発的な増加、およびHDビデオなど多くの容量を必要とするアプリケーションの増加によって、毎年75%から125%の拡大を見せています。結果として、パブリック・プライベートネットワークは未曾有の回線容量需要を経験しており、コスト効果的な規模の通信ネットワーク容量を必要としています。

当レポートでは、LAN、メトロおよびロングホール環境で大幅な容量を必要とするアプリケーション向け高速データ通信の飛躍的な変化について調査し、通信産業全体の高速通信導入に対する活動を分析しており、40Gb/s および 100Gb/s通信の技術と市場、標準化団体の取り組み、高速通信の標準化プロセスと技術進歩、サービスプロバイダーの収益予測などをまとめ、概略以下の構成でお届けします。

第1章 イントロダクション

第2章 標準化プロセス:40G・100G

  • 促進因子
  • 活動
    • IEEE
    • ITU-T
    • OIF
    • 追加
    • 利益集団
    • X40 MSA
    • SSR-40 ワーキンググループ
    • 10x10 MSA
    • 40Gb/s および 100Gb/s 光トランシーバー向けマルチソース合意
    • MSA:コヒーレント光ファイバー受信機
  • 詳細:技術
    • 40Gb/s 通信
    • 100Gb/s 通信
    • コヒーレント受信機
  • 標準化のメリット・先進技術
  • 100Gb/s以上の通信

第3章 産業

第5章 市場

  • 市場特徴
  • 市場予測

第6章 結論

図表リスト

目次

The amount of backbone Internet bandwidth maintained by the major Internet carriers has been expanding at 75% to 125% per year, driven by the explosion of broadband Internet users and growing use of bandwidth-hungry applications such as HD video. As a result, public and private networks are experiencing unprecedented end-user demand for bandwidth, resulting in a need to cost-effectively scale the capacity of communications networks.

This report reflects dramatic changes in high-speed data transmission for bandwidth-hungry applications (in LAN, metro and long-haul environments). Though the report concentrates on Ethernet-based networks, it shows that the whole telecommunications industry is also actively working to adopt higher speeds of transmission. 40 Gb/s networks already have a history of success; and 100 Gb/s rates are introduced by major service providers. New standards support these developments. Meanwhile, industry analysts already are talking about 400 Gb/s and even 1 Tb/s interfaces.

The report continues the Practel project, which researches and analyzes the development of multi-gigabit per second (Gb/s) optical networks. In particular, this report addresses technological and marketing aspects of ultra-high speed communications: 40 Gb/s and 100 Gb/s. Such rates are becoming a necessity for data centers and computing networks; as well as for long haul applications including terrestrial submarine extensions.

The report provides up-to-date information on these networks status; it reflects intensive efforts of standard organizations (IEEE, ITU, OIF and other) in developing standards for these types of communications. The IEEE 802.3ba, ITU G.709 (OTU3 and OTU4) and other standards created a basis for the technology advances in the discussed area.

Currently, 40 GE - 40 Gb/s transmission has already made significant contributions to the telecommunications market. The market is still too far from maturity, but it is supported by a developed base of manufacturers. 100 GE - 100 Gb/s networking is also introduced with expectation that the sizable market will evolve in 2012-2013; several service providers are offering services that utilize this technology.

The report details the process of standardization for ultra-high rates communications and advances in technologies; it is also analyzing respective markets, including service providers' revenue estimate. In addition, the report provides the results of vendors' survey; and information on technologies trials and service offerings.

Table of Contents

Chapter - 1

1.0. Introduction

  • 1.1. General
  • 1.2. Goal
  • 1.3. Research Methodology
  • 1.4. Target Audience

2.0. Standardization Process: 40G and 100G

  • 2.1. Drivers
  • 2.2. Activity
    • 2.2.1. IEEE
      • 2.2.1.1. 802.3ba
        • 2.2.1.1.1. Time Schedule and Scope
        • 2.2.1.1.2. Further Efforts
        • 2.2.1.1.3. Goals
        • 2.2.1.1.4. Details
        • 2.2.1.1.5. Interfaces
        • 2.2.1.1.6. Sublayers - Architecture
        • 2.2.1.1.7. OTN Support
      • 2.2.1.2. IEEE 802.3bg
      • 2.2.1.3. IEEE 802.3bj
      • 2.2.1.4. Next Generation 40Gb/s and 100Gb/s Optical Ethernet Study Group
      • 2.2.1.5. IEEE 802.3bm
    • 2.2.2. ITU-T
      • 2.2.2.1. Approval
      • 2.2.2.2. Cooperation
    • 2.2.3. OIF
    • 2.2.4. Additions
    • 2.2.5. Interest Group
    • 2.2.6. X40 MSA
    • 2.2.7. SSR-40 Working Group
    • 2.2.8. 10x10 MSA
    • 2.2.9. Multi-Source Agreement for 40Gb/s and 100Gb/s Optical Transceivers
    • 2.2.10. MSA - Coherent Fiber-optic Receiver
  • 2.3. Details: Technologies
    • 2.3.1. 40 Gb/s Transmission
      • 2.3.1.1. Status
      • 2.3.1.2. Modulation: Preliminary
      • 2.3.1.3. 40 Gb/s Transmission Specifics
    • 2.3.2. 100 Gb/s Transmission
      • 2.3.2.1. Details
      • 2.3.2.2. DP QPSK
      • 2.3.2.3. 100 Gb/s Transmission Specifics
    • 2.3.3. Coherent Receiver
      • 2.3.3.1. Receivers Types
      • 2.3.3.2. Specifics
  • 2.4. Benefits of Standardization and Advanced Technologies
  • 2.5. Beyond 100 Gb/s Communications

3.0. Industry

  • Alcatel-Lucent (Network Elements)
  • Altera (ICs)
  • Adva (Platform)
  • Applied Micro (ICs)
  • Avago (Modules)
  • Brocade (100 Gb/s NE)
  • Broadcom (ICs)
  • Centellax (Modules)
  • Cisco (NEs)
  • Ciena (Switching and WDM Platforms)
  • ClariPhy (Chips)
  • Covega - Thorlabs Quantum Electronics (Modulators)
  • CyOptics (Optical Chips)
  • Cortina (Processors)
  • ECI (Platforms)
  • Ekinops (DWDM)
  • Ericsson (WDM)
  • Extreme Networks (Ethernet Switches)
  • Enablence (Receivers)
  • GigOptix (ICs)
  • Glimmerglass (Systems)
  • Gtran (ICs)
  • Huawei (DWDM)
  • Finisar (Modules)
  • Furukawa (Lasers)
  • Fujikura (Modules)
  • Fujitsu (ROADM)
  • Inphi (ICs)
  • Infinera (NEs)
  • JDSU (Modules and ICs)
  • Juniper (Router)
  • Kotura (Chips)
  • Mellanox (modules)
  • MultiPHY (ICs)
  • MRV (WDM)
  • Narda (modulators components)
  • NEC (DWDM)
  • NeoPhotonics (Modules)
  • NetLogic (Modules)
  • Nokia Siemens Networks (DWDM)
  • Oclaro (ICs)
  • Oki Semiconductor - Lapis Semiconductor (ICs)
  • Onpath (Optical Switch)
  • Opnext (Platform)
  • Picometrix (Optical Receivers)
  • Reflex Photonics (Modules)
  • Sembarc (Modules)
  • Semtech (ICs)
  • SEDU (Modules)
  • Sorrento Networks (DWDM)
  • Triquint (ICs)
  • Tellabs (Platform)
  • U2t Photonics (ICs)
  • Vello Systems (Systems)
  • Versawave (modulators)
  • Xilinx (ICs)
  • Xtera (WDM)
  • 4.0. Service Providers
  • AT&T
  • C&W
  • Global Crossing (acquired by Level 3 in 2011)
  • Level 3
  • Lightower Fiber
  • NTT
  • Qwest (CenturyLink)
  • Sprint
  • SSE Telecoms
  • SurfNet
  • Telstra
  • Telefonica
  • TeliaSonera
  • Verizon
  • XO

5.0. Market

  • 5.1. Market Characteristics
  • 5.2. Market Forecast
    • 5.2.1. Model Assumptions
    • 5.2.2. Analysis

6.0 Conclusions

List of Figures:

  • Figure 1: OTN Frame Structure
  • Figure 2: 40 Gb/s Network Scenario
  • Figure 3: Illustration
  • Figure 4: Challenges
  • Figure 5: G.709 Network Scenario
  • Figure 6: 100 Gb/s Transmission Standardization
  • Figure 7: Major Optical Networking Segments (2011-2012)
  • Figure 8: Estimate - Global Sales of 40 Gb/s Equipment
  • Figure 9: Estimate - Global Sales of 100 Gb/s Equipment
  • Figure 10: PM: Service Providers Revenue - 40 Gb/s Services - Global ($B)
  • Figure 11: PM: Service Providers Revenue - 100 Gb/s Services - Global ($M)

List of Tables:

  • Table 1: IEEE 802.3ba Copper Interfaces
  • Table 2: IEEE802.3ba Optical Interfaces
  • Table 3: Further Efforts
  • Table 4: OIF Activity
  • Table 5: 100 Gb/s - ITU and IEEE
  • Table 6: 100 Gb/s Design Requirements
  • Table 7: OTU Formats
  • Table 8: 40 Gb/s Equipment Distribution (initial market)
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