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Mark Melluish from Rutland Telecom presenting at NextGen 09 in Leeds on 16 and 17 November 2009

Mark Melluish from Rutland Telecom presenting at NextGen 09 in Leeds on 16 and 17 November 2009

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  • 1. SUB LOOP UNBUNDLING
    OPPORTUNITIES
    & CHALLENGES
  • 2. Background
    • Small computer services company – David Lewis
    • 3. LLU Telecoms Consultancy - Mark Melluish
    • 4. Initial Plan to unbundle UK’s smallest county – Rutland
    • 5. Delved further into SLU – to solve specific problem (Lyddington)
    • 6. Observer ran small article on Lyddington 5th May 2009 – picked up by BBC Radio 4‘Today’ & Chris Evans Radio 2 ‘Drivetime’
    • 7. Resulted in enquiries from across UK
  • Main Elements in SLU for Rural Communities
    • Rural demand –niche opportunity
    • 8. Capital cost of deployment: cabinet, power, backhaul, connection fees. Highly variable.
    • 9. Running cost –viability threshold
    • 10. Local service & support
    • 11. Presence of PCP & accuracy of PCP data
    • 12. Planning permission
    • 13. Technical/regulatory issues
  • SLU – SUB LOOP UNBUNDLING
    • PCP – Primary Connection Point
    • 14. 90+k PCP’s in UK
    • 15. All passive – no mains power
    • 16. Various sizes
    • 17. Some need upgrade
  • LYDDINGTON - WHERE?
  • 18. LYDDINGTON - WHERE?
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  • 26. First Trial Customer – Location, location, location
  • 27. First Trial Customer - A Room with a View
    • 5km from exchange
    • 2.3km from PCP
    • Past Speeds ADSL = 0Mbs - 0.3Mbps Maximum
    • New Speeds VDSL = 12Mbs -15Mbps (trial)
    • Number ported into VoIP
    • Streaming iPlayer demonstrated
  • 28. First Trial Customer – Screenshot of Download Speeds
  • 29. SLU Fiscal Viability
    Costs
    • Capital outlay (Lyddington) £45k (Lyddington raised £37k)
    • Running cost: backhaul, power, MPF rental <£20/month
    Revenue
    • Revenue from line rental and broadband
    • Revenue from calls
    • Revenue from data e.g. streaming video:
    2.5Mbps 4hrs/day = 136GB/month
    • Revenue from computer services
    • Revenue from key business: leased-line emulation
    • Future possibilities: FTTH, ANFP exemption
  • 30. Challenges
    • Capital outlay: Lyddington <£250/premises
    • ( Digital Britain report: up to £1750/premises )
    • Galvanising local support
    • Openreach network -ECCs
    • Openreach PCP data
    • Openreach connection charge
    • Openreach disconnection charge
    • Openreach procedures
    • PCPs –none, many
    • Power supply
    • Cabinet aesthetics
    • Technical/regulatory /planning issues