Utah Broadband Project, Mapping Activities and Resources, June 2011

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Presentation to the inaugural Utah Broadband Project Advisory Committee, June 9, 2011. The presentation focuses on the composition of the mapping/GIS data assembled from Utah's broadband providers by the Project and some of the analytical possibilities that can be used to support the planning and further implementation of broadband in Utah.

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  • -For example, my current service falls in the 10 mbps or less category.
    -We will have the percentage of the population served broken for each speed in March 2011 (awaiting latest census data)
  • Utah Broadband Project, Mapping Activities and Resources, June 2011

    1. 1. Utah Broadband Project: What is being mapped? Bert Granberg Utah AGRC
    2. 2. Utah Broadband Project: What is Being Mapped? • NTIA Broadband Definition: – Low Speed Bar: 768K down, 200K Up (maximum advertised speed) – Many Technologies – What are Utah’s goals? • Mapping Speed & Technology: – Wireless Service Areas • Mobile and Fixed Wireless Service Area polygons – Wire-based Service Areas • Census Block (where blocks <= 2 sq miles) • Road Segment • Address Service Points – Infrastructure • Middle & Last Mile Locations – Service Overview (by county) – Community Anchor Institutions • Schools, Emergency Response, Health, Government, Public Services
    3. 3. Broadband Provider Biannual Data Submission Examples…
    4. 4. A Fixed Wireless Service Area Example, Moab Area
    5. 5. Example: Wireline Service By Census Block, SLC
    6. 6. Wireline Service By Road Segment Examples, Herriman area mapped by Census Blocks (where y2k CB area <= 2.0 sq miles)
    7. 7. Examples: Community Anchor Institution Location and Speed Data
    8. 8. How is Broadband Service Characterized? Speed Technology + Spectrum (for wireless)
    9. 9. Speed Tiers Download time for 160 MB file (30 minute video, large software download, etc) 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 .768m bps 1.5 m bps 3 m bps 6 m bps 10 m bps 25 m bps 50 m bps 100 m bps 1 gbps megabitspersecond 1000 28 min 14 min 7 min 3.5 min 2.1 min 51 sec 26 sec 13 sec 2.5 sec
    10. 10. Mapped Broadband Technologies
    11. 11. Where does the data go? National Broadband Map (FCC/NTIA) Utah Broadband Project Interactive Map
    12. 12. BroadbandMapTour
    13. 13. OverallStateCoverage
    14. 14. ServiceByAddress
    15. 15. SpeedFilterExample
    16. 16. Technology+SpeedFilter:Wireline
    17. 17. Technology+SpeedFilter:Wireless
    18. 18. Broadband Mapping: Provider Participation in Utah’s April 2011 NTIA Data Submission • Covad • Digis • Direct Communications • Emery • Frontier • Gtelco (Gunnison) • Hughes • InfoWest • Integra • Leap/Cricket • Level3 • Manti • Myvocom • Nebonet • Qwest • River Canyon Wireless • SatView • Skywire • SouthCentral • Spanish Fork • Sprint/Nextel • Strata • T-Mobile • ThreeSixty • Union • Utah Broadband • Utopia • Veracity • Verizon • Wild Blue • XOCommunications • XpressWeb • Albion Telephone • AllWest • Altazip • American Fiber • AT&T • Baja • Beehive • Bresnan • Cache Broadband • Catapulsion • CentraCom • Clearwire • Comcast
    19. 19. ProviderFilter:RuralTelecoms
    20. 20. ProviderFilter:RuralTelecoms
    21. 21. ProviderFilter:FixedWireless
    22. 22. ProviderFilter:FixedWireless
    23. 23. ProviderFilter:MobileWireless
    24. 24. ProviderFilter:MobileWireless
    25. 25. Other Mapping Resources & Efforts
    26. 26. Maximum Advertised Speed Map
    27. 27. Combined Technology Map
    28. 28. Businesses Demand High-Capacity Broadband… and Utah Can Deliver • SLC is the western regional optical fiber nexus – Twitter, Oracle, Overstock, NSA… – Strategic location for national connectivity – Growing concentration of corporate & public data centers locally – Low industrial power rates 5 distinct major destinations At least 8 distinct fiber paths
    29. 29. Consumer Speed Test Mapping
    30. 30. Characterizing Utah’s Populated Areas, Refining Populated 2010 Census Blocks Before After
    31. 31. Address Points for Household Level Service Analysis
    32. 32. Questions, Comments, Discussion… Bert Granberg Utah AGRC bgranberg@utah.gov

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