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FTTH Conference Milan 2011 Day 1 Breakout Session FTTH Regulatory Pastora Valero MODERATOR

FTTH Conference Milan 2011 Day 1 Breakout Session FTTH Regulatory Pastora Valero MODERATOR

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  • 1. Regulatory BreakoutDigital Agenda and NGA Recommendation - Whats Next? Pastora Valero Member of the Board FTTH Council Europe
  • 2. Regulatory Breakout Session Natalija Gelvanovska Head of Network and Access Division Communications Regulatory Authority of the Republic of Lithuania
  • 3. Regulatory Breakout Session Antoine Darodes de Tailly Director Broadband, ultra-fast broadband markets and local authorities relations ARCEP
  • 4. Regulatory Breakout Session Davide Gallino Head, Office of Economic and Financial Analysis Market Analysis Directorate AGCOM
  • 5. Regulatory Breakout Session Francesco Castelli Vice President, Relations with National and International Institutions Public Policy Telecom Italia
  • 6. Regulatory Breakout Session Matthew Braovac Head of Public Policy, Fixed Services Vodafone Group Services
  • 7. European Regulatory Landscape• EU 2020 …Digital Agenda …fast and ultra-fast broadband is a key pillar: Access to 30 Mbps or above by all Europeans by 2020 50% or more of European households subscribe to internet access above 100 Mbps by 2020• European Broadband Communication• Guidelines on state aid• Recommendation to encourage investment in competitive Next Generation Access Networks (FTTH)
  • 8. High Speed Broadband Political Priority Lux: 100% with 100 Mbps 2015 Sweden: 90% with 100 France 100% with Finland: 99% with 100 Mbps end 2015 Mbps by 2020 100 Mbps by 2025 Estonia: 98% with 100% by 2015 Denmark: 100% with 100 Mbps by 2020 Austria: 25 Mbps 2013 Digital Agenda: 100% 30 Mbps and Italy: 95% 20 Mbps end 2012 50% households with 100 Mbps by 2020 Slovenia: 90% 20 Mbps by 2015
  • 9. EU NGA Recommendation : efficient investment andeffective competition Regulated access to fiber networks • If SMP in access, will have to share its fiber network: duct access; terminating segment; unbundling fiber; wholesale “bitstream” • Access prices include a “risk premium” • Technology or architecture should not affect the choice of remedy But less regulation in some cases • Geographic segmentation – less regulation in areas with competing networks (e.g. cable, other FTTH etc.) or co-investment of multi-fiber deployments • If effective unbundling, wholesale may not be regulated A lot flexibility given to National Regulators • Different national approaches emerging … oversight by Commission and BEREC increasing

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