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10/22/2014 | 11:02:42 AM
Re: Cost is the only important spec
Lots of moving parts in an ONT.  Last I'd seen (about 5 years ago), the biggest cost driver for 10G downstream was APDs.  Thermally tunable filters were relatively cheap.  Apparently, there's been progress on tunable lasers, but I'd imagine the 2.5 Gb/s upstream laser, with its tight specs, would be pretty pricey. 


My sense is that XG-PON1 and XG-PON2 is not going to be an FTTH play any time in the forseeable future.  It probably will be deployed for enterprise (to the extent that IT folks can wrap their heads around shared media), and probably for FTTB.  That is, if there is enough volume to get cost down.
brooks7
brooks7
10/22/2014 | 9:04:38 AM
Re: Cost is the only important spec
Get Short Range 10G transceivers to $10.  Then we can talk about an equipment company producing $100 ONTs.

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jbtombes
jbtombes
10/21/2014 | 8:17:35 PM
Re: Cost is the only important spec
Any bets on which company might get to that pricepoint first? 
brooks7
brooks7
10/21/2014 | 5:47:36 PM
Cost is the only important spec
 

Call me when one of these ONTs goes for $100.  Until then, we will be doing GPON.  The value of the client has not yet increased and you can do a lot of the video stuff on the overlay wavelengths.  FiOS uses that 3 wavelength deployment.

Just FYI, I did real time interactive gaming years ago.  Not sure why we need more bandwidth now.  The first MMORPG that scaled (Everquest) was built to be run over dial-up.  Many of those techniques are used today.

So until people plan to pay more for Internet Access I am not sure why anybody would deploy it.  Will they make it?  Sure - have to demonstrate that they are leaders.  Plus the Access Product Manager needs to have something on his roadmap.

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