Completed comprehensive Competitive Analysis & Feasibilty study throughout Ireland in relation to Satellite Broadband coverage, availability & serviceability for satellite in 2007
Company commenced trading beginning 2008 offering satellite broadband to rural residential users and have continued to grow from strength to strength offering varying packages suitable for the basic to heavy residential user.
Since starting operations in early 2008, Satellite Broadband Ireland now employs 20+ people with it’s base of Operations in Mullingar, Co.Westmeath with further plans for job creation in 2011 onwards
Now offering business packages which are available to remote commercial companies operating in rural locations e.g. Wind Energy Farms etc..
Approved Satellite broadband provider by 3 Ireland for the remote parts of the National Broadband Scheme in July 2009
Satellite Broadband Ireland have successfully installed our broadband service in 28 of the 32 counties throughout Ireland
Future offerings will include Triple-Play service such as Broadband, TV and Voice
Eutelsat – Europe’s leading DTH satellite provider
Eutelsat is Europe's leading satellite operator for direct-to-home (DTH) broadcasting
Eutelsat provide services to over 150 countries worldwide with almost €3 billion of in orbit investments.
Eutelsat currently have a staggering 27 satellites active in their fleet
Eutelsat’s satellites broadcast 3,300 television channels and 1,100 radio stations.
Eutelsat's satellites provide coverage throughout Europe, the Middle East, Africa and a major part of the Asian and American continents.
Investment of between €5m - €10m into Satellite Hub in Ireland linked to Europe ring via Fibre over a number of years
Headquartered in Paris, Eutelsat and its subsidiaries employ 615 commercial, technical and operational employees from 28 countries.
Latest financial results showed a year-on-year increase in revenue of €101.4m, with their consolidated revenues to June 2010 at €1.047billion.
The Past...... Common (Mis)Perceptions about Satellite Technology
Areas located >7 km from Exchanges/Masts, generally meaning limited or no terrestrial broadband is available
In Europe, un-served areas have a very low population density making it unattractive for ISP’s to provide a service
Areas within approx. 5-7 km of an Exchange/Mast. Broadband is available at a limited max. speed, up to few Mbps not allowing all kind of services (IPTV, VoD)
Usually only one, sometimes two competing providers
* Source: IDate, 2009 Satellite Broadband in Europe and North Africa ** Based on country specific studies analysis, underserved market represents at least 5% of population, meaning 17.1 mn households for Europe GeneralMarket Analysis – A Brief Overview
The Present..... Satellite Broadband – A Proven Technology
Size of the US market : About 7.5 million households of potential market (25 million households are not served by DSL in the US - source: ViaSat)
End of 2008: WildBlueheld about 50% of US market for Satellite Broadband
European Initiatives to Bridge Digital Divide Legend With governmental initiative Benefits from EU funds for infrastructure Other EU countries “National Broadband Plan” EU Structural and Cohesion funds for infrastructure “Digital Britain” “German broadband expansion plan” Ireland: “Irish National Broadband scheme” (223 M€) France :“NumErique2012” Switzerland : Obligation of 100% broadband coverage from 2008 Greece:“Broadband Action Plan to 2008” (210 M€) Spain:“Avanze” (5.1 Bln€) Italy:“Piano Caio” (1.3 Bln€) But current investment level does not allow deployment of broadband to all homes using terrestrial technologies
Satellite Broadband Ireland & National Broadband Scheme July 2007 - National Broadband scheme Strategy announced in 2007 having reached approval from EU Commission on acceptance of state aid under article 87(3) (c) of the EC Treaty September 2007 - Department of Communications announced open tender process for National Broadband Scheme 2008 – Open Tender process completed with tenders received from Eircom, BT, 3 Ireland & Vodafone November 2008 – 3 Ireland successfully awarded tender for National Broadband Scheme National Broadband Scheme – Few Facts
223,000 dwellings involved in the entire mapping
1,028 Electoral Divisions [ED’s] (out of a total 3440) throughout the country will be affected
The cost to customers will be €19.99 per month for 15GB data allowance with out of bundle charged at 5 cent per MB. There will be a one-off charge of €49 for hardware.
The project will attract EU co-funding under the ERDF 2007-2013 of approximately €29.8m, reducing the net cost to the Exchequer to approximately €50m
Total investment by 3 Ireland will be approximately €143m
Roll-out commenced Nov. 2008 to be completed by end 2010 with services available until November 2013
Satellite Broadband – Playing it’s part
Requirement for 5-8% of the entire 223,000 dwellings will be covered using Satellite Broadband Ireland’s service
Minimum specification shall be 1Mbps download and 128Kbps upload with latency < 800ms
Satellite will be charged at €19.99 per month 11GB data allowance subject to fair usage. There will be a one-off subsidised charge of €49 for hardware.
Guaranteed customer installation's completed within 10 working days from receipt of order nationally
The Future.... First European Satellite Customized to Broadband Services
After its launch KA-SAT will be the World’s most powerful satellite ever – High throughput satellite (HTS)
35 times more throughput than traditional Ku-band satellites
Cornerstone of a major new infrastructure deployed for Europe and the Mediterranean Basin
Opening mass market for additional satellite services :-
Triple-Play – Voice, Data & Digital Terrestrial TV
Satellite Technology = Green Technology Some interesting facts about KA-SAT:
Powered by solar energy,KA-SAT can serve millions of users simultaneously for up to 15-17 years.
Tooway™ hardware transmits with the equivalent power of a mobile phone.
Radiation is directed upward and not to the surrounding area of the hardware.
KA-SAT will be operated with solar energy and does not produce CO².
The latest rocket technology uses “clean” O2 & H20 from ethanol or using sea water : Only 10% of solid rocket fuel is oil-based.
Launching a rocket carrying more than one satellite consumes approximately the same energy as 1 transatlantic flight
Satellite broadband is a key piece of the telecom puzzle forrural areas
Terrestrial services are too costly to deploy for 100% of users using a singular technology platform – A collaboration of technologies will be needed
Next-Gen Satellite services will be available to more than rural users
Satellite can offer a cost effective solution at high data rates with a high Quality of Service
Satellites – Infrastructure already in place
Thank you for your Time Kevin Ryan Chief Executive Officer Satellite Broadband & Telecommunications Ltd. Unit 27 Lough Sheever Corporate Park, Mullingar, Co.Westmeath Mobile :- +353 86 0493592 Office :- +353 44 9333200 E-Mail : firstname.lastname@example.org www.satellitebroadbandireland.ie