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BROADBAND NETWORKS AND PUBLIC SECTOR INVOLVEMENT FROM THE ACTOR'S POINT OF VIEW -Olivier DUROYON - Alcatel-Lucent - NGN Funding Executive Seminar - DigiWorld Summit 2013

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Olivier Duroyon, Director, Public Affairs, Alcatel-Lucent

Olivier Duroyon is working in the Public Affairs headquarter team of Alcatel-Lucent, where he focuses on Wireline and Wireless regulatory aspects and policies – like Net Neutrality, Spectrum, Wireline access and CyberSecurity.He also brings his experience on government-driven projects around the world.

Prior to Alcatel-Lucent he was investment manager at the Caisse des depots, a public financial institution, bringing support to the digital projects of French local authorities.

At the beginning of his career, Olivier Duroyon has spent ten years in R&D, Product Line Management and Marketing for several Telecom equipment vendors in the field of Internetworking and optical networking.

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  • 1. IDATE DIGIWORLD SUMMIT 2013 BROADBAND NETWORKS AND PUBLIC SECTOR INVOLVEMENT FROM THE ACTOR'S POINT OF VIEW Olivier DUROYON November 20th 2013 COPYRIGHT © 2011 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • 2. THE QUEST FOR BROADBAND CONNECTIVITY: A WORLD TREND • There is world-wide consensus in the need for more broadband connectivity Because it creates wealth and jobs Because people demand it With a sense of urgency in some countries COPYRIGHT © 2011 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • 3. WHAT ARE THE SOLUTIONS? Technology … - Spectrum allocation - Technology efficiency (all-IP networking, LTE overlay) - Infrastructures … In response to Public objectives - Bring more people connected to broadband services with better quality, more coverage and in a more affordable way! COPYRIGHT © 2011 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • 4. INNOVATIVE APPROACHES TO FOSTER INVESTMENTS AND NETWORK DEPLOYMENTS AROUND THE WORLD • Facing the scarcity of fund and spectrum, innovative regulatory thinking and investment models emerge in developing countries: • Reduce cost through infrastructure sharing and innovative management of some spectrum bands (DD) • Attractive investment model compatible with long-term infrastructure funds criteria • Leverage technology evolution (IP LTE, bitstream) allowing service differentiation and competition on top of a collaboratively built infrastructure COPYRIGHT © 2011 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • 5. MEXICAN INITIATIVE • The underlying driver: Grow the Economy 98% coverage • Macro-economic indicators are excellent • With growth as absolute priority, the Mexican reform encompasses : education, transport, energy … • For Telecoms, this has been translated to give access to affordable Telecom services to all. • The way to do it • Aim: bring mobile Broadband price as close as possible as Mobile Voice price • How: Reduce the network TCO by 20 times: • Allocate Digital Dividend • Generalize a wholesale model • Use PPP model and push other public supply side initiatives • Project’s details • All 700 MHz will be allocated to one wholesaler with stringent coverage obligations • A lean, flat IP, low cost wireless bitstream factory will be built on top • A non discriminatory wholesaler who cannot commercialize in the retail market • Paradigm shift from infra based competition to service-based competition COPYRIGHT © 2011 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • 6. RWANDA INITIATIVE • Government drivers • Demographic boom • Need jobs and growth as a matter of stability • Bet on connectivity, knowledge society and ICT services • The way to do it • 3 land cables connected to sub-marine cable • Started by deploying nationwide fiber to municipalities (in 2011) • Next step is the Access: right of ways, backbone, 100Mhz DD • Project’s characteristics • The Government of Rwanda and KT established Infra Co. (olleh Rwanda Networks) to build 4G LTE nationwide network • Guarantees wholesale business license based on 4G & beyond technology for 25 years with exclusivity • Provides total bandwidth of 175MHz • Second JV to address services, content, usage • Contributing to solving social problems as an alternative to insufficient social infrastructure COPYRIGHT © 2011 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • 7. A FEW CONCLUSIONS • Paradigm shift to service-based competition, through active wholesale products, to - Secure investment - Bring same services to all - Foster competition, not only at the retail level but also provide a QoS-based underlying infrastructure for innovative services like cloud • Leverage efficiency of new wireless technology LTE • Need long-term and strong political support COPYRIGHT © 2011 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.