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NextGen09, Leeds
NextGen09, Leeds
NextGen09, Leeds
NextGen09, Leeds
NextGen09, Leeds
NextGen09, Leeds
NextGen09, Leeds
NextGen09, Leeds
NextGen09, Leeds
NextGen09, Leeds
NextGen09, Leeds
NextGen09, Leeds
NextGen09, Leeds
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NextGen09, Leeds

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I presented a narrative on why the UK needs a national broadband framework, and how an aggregation and settlement system might work to unlock next generation broadband investments.

I presented a narrative on why the UK needs a national broadband framework, and how an aggregation and settlement system might work to unlock next generation broadband investments.

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  • 1. Why are we Hello JON? doing this? How can we do it? © CBN
  • 2. Recap: Why are we here? The UK 25th out of 66 nations for broadband quality © CBN
  • 3. Recap: Why are we here? © CBN
  • 4. Today’s Competition Source: Ofcom “3g coverage maps” © CBN
  • 5. The final third © CBN
  • 6. Very quick to compete! © CBN
  • 7. The traditional market • “Every shop’s a patisserie” – Most ISP’s resell BT Wholesale offerings – Marginal investment – Little scope for technical innovation • Those that do invest, do so in the same places – Typically along with cable & WiMAX operators – Expectations of market share must be small • Most differentiate on price alone – Ever eroding margins – Ever shrinking funds to invest in the future © CBN If the market won’t change, how is the UK to compete?
  • 8. Today’s network KCom Openreach Virgin Media © CBN
  • 9. Tomorrow’s patchwork – Today! Scale and local differences Angus Glens are supported but masked Cardenden Fibrecity from service providers WWHC Baltic Dundee Alston Quarter Titanic Quarter Hull Corby Quintain Derby 2012 Lace Market Bristol Cornwall Bradnet © CBN A patchwork sewn together by JON
  • 10. Hubs & Markets Together it forms a Joint Operating Network Manchester • 1 market-place Oxford Road Gateshead Gti • 1 set of interface specifications • 1 set of tradable assets FibreSpeed • No controlling interests • Enough hubs to make it affordable for Open DurhamNet local projects Marketplace • Sufficiently few hubs to make it economic for service providers • Meeting place for BMEX NYnet – Peering (e.g. Level 3) – Backbone connectivity (e.g. Geo) Digital Region – Managed platforms (e.g. C&W) © CBN
  • 11. An Open Market… …based on Truly Open Wholesale Products Passive • Duct • Dark Fibre A metre of sub-duct A metre of unlit fibre • Wavelength A specific lambda Active • Layer 2 • Layer 3 An ALA VLAN Shared IP access © CBN Fungible & Liquid
  • 12. Breaking with the past • Active Line Access – Multiple VLANs & QoS!!! • Default VLAN? Line IP Free Rental = Line + Address to Air © CBN
  • 13. Independent Scale FttX projects, vendors, and services are coming together  Manchester Independent   Yorkshire Birmingham Networks   Gateshead Nottingham Co-operative   Bristol Hull Association  Alston  Angus www.inca.coop And more joining. . . © CBN
  • 14. Thank you! Adrian Wooster www.inca.coop a.wooster@broadband.coop © CBN

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