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Tackling the Challenges of Next-Generation PON Deployment
Date / Time: Thursday, June 22, 2017, 10:00 a.m. New York / 3:00 p.m. London
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Dan Grossman, Contributing Analyst, Heavy Reading

Douglas Clague, Fiber Solutions Manager, Viavi Solutions

Passive Optical Networks (PONs) are increasingly viewed as a key element of future high-capacity broadband networks. The transmission capacity of optical fiber presently provides adequate capability for delivery of high-speed services. However, PON standards and networks must evolve, in order to meet future capacity demands.

This session will look at the emerging XGS-PON and NG-PON2 standards, and the challenges associated with their deployment. It will discuss at their coexistence with existing GPON service, as well as migration paths from current to evolved PON standards and services. A key part of addressing the deployment challenges is understanding the new tool sets required for network build/construction, as well as turn-up and activation, in order to get the build right the first time, and to minimize risks of repeat truck rolls when activating a customer service. Finally, the webinar will explore appropriate use cases for service providers and contractors, exploring best practices in order to maximize efficiency and deliver a robust PON plant.



 

Daniel Grossman, Contributing Analyst, Heavy Reading
Dan is an analyst, consultant, and technologist, specializing in fixed broadband access technology and markets. He has deep and broad expertise in FTTx, as well as cable, and fixed wireless. Dan has been in the industry for more than three decades, and has focused on consumer broadband access since its beginnings. Over the span of his career, bandwidth in the access portion of the network has increased by eight orders of magnitude.

Dan holds 11 U.S. patents, and is a Senior Member of the IEEE. He received his B.S. in Computer Science from Worcester Polytechnic Institute. He can be reached at dan@netaccessfutures.net.

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Douglas Clague, Fiber Solutions Manager, Viavi Solutions
Douglas Clague has more than 20 years of experience in test and measurement, at Viavi Solutions and its predecessor, Wavetek. He has worked for 16 years in T&M for cable, and more than two years in fiber. Doug's responsibilities have included technical support, training, application engineering, solutions consulting and marketing. He is currently marketing manager for Viavi's fiber field test solutions.

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Dr. Chris Murphy, Research Director, Location Intelligence and RAN Solutions, Viavi Solutions
Chris Murphy, Research Director at Viavi Solutions, has 15 years commercial experience in telecommunications covering network performance measurement, optimization and SON, particularly in cellular RAN including LTE, UMTS, CDMA and WiMAX. His focus has been on the modelling, simulation and optimization of next generation technologies to build a revenue stream early in the life cycle of each new generation of telecommunication systems. Prior to Viavi Solutions, through the acquisition of Arieso, Chris worked for Motorola and Nokia developing new technical capabilities for the service portfolio.

He has contributed to various industry and standardization bodies including 3GPP and NGMN for optimization and SON, and the WiMAX Forum. Chris holds a degree in Mathematics and Computing, and a Ph.D. in the calibration of oceanic remote sensing satellites for improved models of climate change. He has authored numerous journal and conference papers and has filed 16 patent applications.

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