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Carlos Barroqueiro   February 25, 2010
 CBE – President
AGENDA
Telecom Contractor and Integrator



     FTTH /B and FTTN              HFC Networks   2G / 3G Mobile Networks




 Founde...
Portugal Overview
                      Broadband Clients – Fixed Access
           50.00%
                               ...
Portugal Overview
                              Leased Lines, FTTH, FWA
           60,000
                                ...
“Bottlenecks and Solutions”

There are 3 Major issues for the deployment of FTTH:


  1.   Access to the incumbent’s opera...
“Bottlenecks and Solutions”
Access to the incumbent operator infrastructure:

• Access to existing Infrastructures changes...
“Bottlenecks and Solutions”
Access to Buildings:
 • Access to buildings is a serious bottleneck for all players. FTTH depl...
“Bottlenecks and Solutions”

     Role of Municipalities:

      • To encourage the deployment of FTTH Networks, municipal...
“Bottlenecks and Solutions”


• ORAC Offer of Access to Conduits (Since 2005)




• ITED II Manual - Telecommunications In...
“Bottlenecks and Solutions”


• DL 123/2009     Government's strategic guidelines for NGN




• Protocol        Between Go...
Thank You


            www.cbe.pt
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  1. 1. Carlos Barroqueiro February 25, 2010 CBE – President
  2. 2. AGENDA
  3. 3. Telecom Contractor and Integrator FTTH /B and FTTN HFC Networks 2G / 3G Mobile Networks Founded in 1998 200 Direct Employees Head-Quarters in Lisbon & Porto
  4. 4. Portugal Overview Broadband Clients – Fixed Access 50.00% 44.22% In the 4th Quarter of 2009 45.00% 40.00% the "others" category, which 35.00% represents 3% of total 30.00% 25.00% customers, has seen sharp 21.73% 20.00% growth, above 40% 14.41% 15.00% 7.24% 10.00% Others (Leased Lines, FTTH, FWA) 5.00% Cable Modem ADSL 0.00% Change on previous quarter (%) 1T09 2T09 3T09 4T09 Source: Anacom Internet Access Service - 4rd Quarter 09
  5. 5. Portugal Overview Leased Lines, FTTH, FWA 60,000 55,008 In the 4th Quarter of 2009 50,000 FTTH/B Clients double 38,141 40,000 the previous quarter. 31,333 30,000 27,386 20,000 10,000 Leased Lines, FTTH, FWA 0 1T09 2T09 3T09 4T09 Un. Client Source: Anacom Internet Access Service - 4rd Quarter 09
  6. 6. “Bottlenecks and Solutions” There are 3 Major issues for the deployment of FTTH: 1. Access to the incumbent’s operator infrastructures (Trenches, Ducts and Poles); 2. To facilitate the Deployment of Fiber on the private domain (Access to Buildings) is the sharing of the terminal part of Fiber to the Customer’s premises; 3. The intervention of local authorities (Role of Municipalities) as “facilitators” for the FTTH Deployment.
  7. 7. “Bottlenecks and Solutions” Access to the incumbent operator infrastructure: • Access to existing Infrastructures changes considerably the economic equation for deploying a new fiber optical loop; • The construction of new underground or aerial infrastructures represents up to 50% or 80% of the total cost per subscriber; Not economically viable for an operator to rebuild the whole infrastructure network!
  8. 8. “Bottlenecks and Solutions” Access to Buildings: • Access to buildings is a serious bottleneck for all players. FTTH deployment means rewiring buildings and apartments. For two reasons, it is doubtful that there will be more than one roll out of in-house wiring: 1 - It is not economically viable; 2 -Landlords and building managers will refuse to grant access to more than one operator. Sharing of the last part of the optical fiber local loop among operators would be the solution.
  9. 9. “Bottlenecks and Solutions” Role of Municipalities: • To encourage the deployment of FTTH Networks, municipalities can play an important role: - Granting rights of way (provide local information, coordinate work, facilitate negotiations, etc.); • They can lay extra-capacity ducts and encourage their sharing; • Finally, they can also deploy their own fiber. Some Municipalities already moved to accelerate the deployment of new fiber local loops on their territory creating “Digital Cities Projects” ( Évora Digital, Algarve Digital, Aveiro Digital, etc.)
  10. 10. “Bottlenecks and Solutions” • ORAC Offer of Access to Conduits (Since 2005) • ITED II Manual - Telecommunications Infrastructures in Buildings Manual - Infrastructures for Telecommunications in Housing • ITUR Developments, Urban Settlements and Concentrations of Buildings
  11. 11. “Bottlenecks and Solutions” • DL 123/2009 Government's strategic guidelines for NGN • Protocol Between Government and Operators for the NGN’s (Jan/09) Member States should promote competitive investments in • EU Directives fibre networks
  12. 12. Thank You www.cbe.pt
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