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Originally presented by Nathan Vinyard (The Broadband Group) at the 2009 Broadband Properties Summit in Dallas, Texas.

Originally presented by Nathan Vinyard (The Broadband Group) at the 2009 Broadband Properties Summit in Dallas, Texas.

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  • Developer, Municipal & Utility Technology Planning THE BROADBAND GROUP Nathan Vineyard-Director of Engineering Presented | Spring 2009 Dallas, Texas
  • THE BROADBAND GROUP Focused on creating and managing Connected Communities
  • BROADBAND AFFILIATIONS & ASSOCIATIONS URBAN LAND INSTITUTE US BROADBAND COALITION U.S. CONFERENCE OF MAYORS THE BROADBAND COMPANIES BROADBAND VENTURES, LLC BROADBAND VENTURES, LLC THE BROADBAND GROUP BROAVADA COMMUNICATIONS, LLC
  • OVERVIEW A COMPREHENSIVE APPROACH TO A TECHNOLOGY MASTER PLAN TM
    • Broadband Infrastructure
      • Community Options
      • Network Specifications
      • Hybrid Fiber Coax vs. Fiber to the Premise (FTTP)
      • Cost vs. Bandwidth vs. Capacity
      • Regulatory Review & Planning
    • Additional Services
      • Utility Management/AMI
      • Community Network/Portal
      • Wireless Capability
      • IP Enabled Security
      • Irrigation Controls
  • Integrated Financial Modeling to Support Clients’ Needs: FINANCIAL MODELING
    • Industry Due Diligence
    • Service Provider Co-Marketing Deal Analysis
    • Negotiation Support
    • Investment Grade Financials
    • Broadband Entity Types:
      • New Services/Applications
      • Full Service Provider
      • Transport
      • Cooperative (Coop)
    • Detailed Statements
    • Absorptions Schedules
    • Operations (Revenues & Expenses)
    • General and Administrative Costs
    • Financing
    • Capital Expenditures
    • Depreciation
    Detailed Statements feed into Summary Statements
    • Summary Statements
    • Income Statement
    • Cash Flow Statements
    • Balance Sheet
    • Valuations
    Note: All Statements presented are for conceptual purposes, not actual numbers . DETAILED & SUMMARY FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
  • LEVERAGING THE BENEFITS OF A BROADBAND NETWORK
    • Efficiently providing bundled services.
    • Network & services provide foundation for regional economic development.
    • Network is deployed with a plan for future growth, advancements, and future services.
    • Revenue opportunities through video transport, data transport, community private networks, and telemetry partnerships.
  • Fiber-to-the-Premise (FTTP) NETWORK ACCESS CHOICES Satellite 3G/4G Mobile CO-Based DSLAM or Multiservice DLC Multiservice DLC with Integrated xDSL Fixed Wireless Fiber-to-the-Node (FTTN) Hybrid Fiber Coax Satellite with telco return Direct CO Lines CO
    • Facilitates community interaction and connectivity.
    • Provides the “single point of contact” for the consumer.
    • Manages the complete delivery cycle of community information to improve utilization results and communication with the residents.
    • Provides revenue through local content advertising.
    IMPLEMENTING A COMMUNITY NETWORK
  • WIRELESS INFRASTRUCTURE TRANSPORT Wireless Networks interplay with hard-line networks to increase productivity, and convenience is an important component of the Technology Master Plan™ as a secondary access strategy, not the primary.
    • Additional coverage where hard-line service is not available or cost prohibitive to construct.
    • Satisfies expectations of residents and commercial tenants.
    • Operationally difficult to maintain and support client services.
    • Single network architecture for multiple services is challenging to create and support.
  • ADDITIONAL PRODUCTS & SERVICES THIRD-PARTY APPLICATION PARTNERSHIPS
    • Home control and management
    • Security services designed to take advantage of connectivity
    • Appliance control & energy management
    • Real-Time Telemetry, Meter Reading and Services Control
    • Telemedicine Applications and Wellness Programs
    • Remote Energy and Water Management/Control
    • Interoperability of Commercial & Home Systems
  • BRAMBLETON UNION PARK COYOTE SPRINGS Innovative Community Planning, Thinking, and Development AMERICA’S LEADING CONNECTED COMMUNITIES
  • Cleveland Clinic Integrates clinical and hospital care with research and education to provide a broad array of health care Community Features, Health and Wellness Focus . UNION PARK THE HEART OF LAS VEGAS “ This exciting project will redefine Las Vegas as a world-class city with culture, cutting-edge medical treatment and research, and true urban living in an environment that respects the city’s precious resources. – Las Vegas Mayor Oscar B. Goodman
    • Las Vegas Urban Redevelopment
    • 61 acres of mixed use development, public and private facilities
    • All facilities anchored with fiber and ubiquitous connectivity
    • Full IP services
    Lou Ruvo Brain Institute Dedicated to the conquest of Alzheimer’s, Huntington’s, Parkinson’s, ALS, and all forms of brain disease. Institute is a worldwide cooperative research network seeking new treatments and prevention methods.
  • “ Technology isn’t the reason I moved here, but it’s the reason I stayed.” “ The whole reason we moved in was because it was a connected community.” “ I don’t think there’s any place quite like Brambleton in Northern Virginia, and I’m very proud.” “ Brambleton’s intranet is great; it’s wonderful for building connections.”
    • Loudon, VA
    • 6,240 homes, Town Center, Educational Center
    • Verizon’s 1 st FiOS Community
    • Universal Services to all Residents
    • Community Intranet
    • Broadband Properties Award Winner 2006
    • FiOS Residential and fiber Town Center
    • Agreement with Medconcierge; remote medical services
    • Agreement with Carina Technologies; energy information services
    • Verizon Retail Center
    • Plan for Partnership with Verizon Communications to create a Technology Center
    Introducing Brambleton 2.0
  • COYOTE SPRINGS A Unique Carrier-Content Partnership Outside of Las Vegas, NV Home to the Western United States PGA Village Entitled for 140,000 homes – 50+ million sq. ft. commercial A “New Town” development
    • America’s Largest Master Planned Community
    • Fiber to the Premise (FTTP)
    • Rural Location Exchange Carrier Network Investment
    • Developer Invested Video and Data Content Retail Service Provider
    • Distance Shrinking Technology
    • Energy Information Services and IP Security
  • THE BROADBAND GROUP 900 South Pavilion Center Drive Suite 180 Las Vegas, Nevada 89144 (702) 405.7000 | office www.broadbandgroup.com [email_address]