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This presentation describes the model of the national broadband initiative for Qatar. It talks about Qnbn's role and that of Qatar's government, its relation to the Qatar National Vision 2030, Qnbn's ...

This presentation describes the model of the national broadband initiative for Qatar. It talks about Qnbn's role and that of Qatar's government, its relation to the Qatar National Vision 2030, Qnbn's approach and plans for implementing a fiber optics network.

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Qatar’s Model for the National Broadband Initiative Qatar’s Model for the National Broadband Initiative Presentation Transcript

  • Qatar’s Model for the National Broadband Initiative Broadband MEA 2013 March 20th 2013
  • 2 • Role • Qatar National Vision 2030 • Qnbn - A Government Initiative • The Five Imperatives • The Approach • The Model • The Plan Contents Broadband MEA 2013
  • 3 The Role • The Qatari government has developed a comprehensive set of ICT initiatives to enable Qatar’s National Vision 2030 to build a knowledge-based economy. • Qnbn has been set up by the government in order to help achieve the vision of a national broadband network for Qatar. • Qnbn received a 25 year license to provide Qatar with fiber optic broadband throughout the country. Broadband MEA 2013
  • 4 Qatar National Vision 2030 Qatar 2030 Development Pillars Human Development Social Development Economic Development Environmental Development ICT Contribution to Achieve Qatar National Vision 2030 ▪ Improves population access to healthcare services ▪ Enhances people’s skills and capabilities ▪ Helps all people of Qatar participate in and contribute to a knowledge-based society ▪ Creates new business models for sustainable development ▪ Stimulates innovation and entrepreneurship ▪ Encourages use of environmentally sound technologies and raises public awareness Broadband MEA 2013
  • 5 Qnbn - A Government Initiative  Qnbn leases passive fiber infrastructure to telecom services  Appropriate national wholesale prices are set to:  Ensure low retail rates across Qatar  Give margin to operators  Make Qnbn self-sufficient in the long-run  95% FTTH coverage nationwide using a combination of P2P and GPON technologies  Provide wholesale access and core fiber across Qatar  Rollout network in greenfield areas and lease existing ducts wherever available  Qatari government owns 100% of Qnbn  Sufficient funding from the Government  100+ FTEs once fully operational Business Model Network Roll-out Company Set-up Broadband MEA 2013
  • 6 The Five Imperatives High-speed Nationwide Affordable Open Rapidly Deployed  Infrastructure that supports 100+ Mpbs and beyond for in-country active connections  Available nationwide to achieve greater social inclusion  Affordable services to all segments of society and offers competitive retail and wholesale prices  Provide infrastructure access to operators in a fair and equal manner  Achieve maximum coverage by 2015, driving national competitiveness and acting as catalyst for the broader economy Broadband MEA 2013
  • Passive Layer 7 The Model Active Layer Services & Applications ▪ Retail operators compete based on separate services and applications ▪ Qnbn focuses on passive deployment only to save operators from investing in CAPEX and future upgrades ▪ Focus on passive removes possibility to create a monopoly in retail services Broadband MEA 2013 ▪ Operators compete based on active infrastructure to gain flexibility with technology choice
  • 8 The Approach Existing areas with good infrastructure Existing areas requiring upgrade Green-field areas ▪ Qnbn will lease ducts access and take responsibility for rolling out and maintaining fiber infrastructure ▪ Fiber access is then leased on a wholesale basis ▪ Qnbn will roll out infrastructure in collaboration with government entities ▪ Qnbn will invest in new or additional fiber to upgrade areas where fiber does not meet required standards ▪ Qnbn will invest and roll out fiber infrastructure, ensuring new developments are fiber-ready when complete Broadband MEA 2013
  • 9 The Plan Building a multi operator passive fiber network to connect 250K residential units and 35K enterprises with an estimated investment of USD500m over the coming 3 years 2013 2014 2015 Central Offices Outside Plant In-Building Cabling 9 Central Offices & 5 RLUs 120K GPON Connections 20K Multi Dwelling Units Connections 10 Central Offices 85K GPON Connections 50K Multi Dwelling Units Connections 6 Central Offices 80K GPON Connections 50K Multi Dwelling Units Connections Broadband MEA 2013
  • 10 Thank you! Broadband MEA 2013