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FTTH Conference 2012

FTTH Conference 2012
Munich 16 Feb 2012, Day 2

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    • FTTH Council Global Alliance: FTTH Global Ranking Chris Holden, President, FTTH Council Europe Heather B. Gold, President, FTTH Council North America Frank Jaffer, President, FTTH Council Asia Pacific Faris Awartani, President, FTTH Council Middle East & North Africa Juanita Clark, Managing Director, FTTH Council Africa
    • FTTH Council Global AllianceGlobal Power with Regional Strength
    • Chris Holden, President of the Board,Our Mission FTTH Council Europe To accelerate FTTH adoption through information and promotion in order to enhance the quality of life, contribute to a better environment and increased competitiveness
    • FTTH Conference 2013London,19-21 February 2013
    • FTTH Global panorama end-2011 – Total subscribers 4.5 M 9.7 M 5.7 M 54.3 M 0.52 M … and FTTH continues to grow
    • FTTH Global Ranking – end 2011
    • FTTH European Ranking – end 2011
    • Fiber to the Home in North America and LATAM Heather B. Gold President, FTTH Council North AmericaBuilding Fiber-to-the-Home Communities Together
    • The North American FTTH Council• Celebrated our Tenth Anniversary last year• More than 270 member companies and organizations• Half of members are network operators – Mostly small ILECs and CLECs in rural and small-town areas – Some municipalities and public electric utilities• 16 Canadian membersBuilding Fiber-to-the-Home Communities Together
    • FTTH in the U.S.• 9.6 million homes connected to FTTH/B – 8.3% of households – 80% of connections are FTTH• 22 million homes passed – About 20% of all households• More than 770 network operators• 75 percent of small independent network operators in the U.S. say they will likely upgrade to or expand FTTH service in the next few yearsBuilding Fiber-to-the-Home Communities Together
    • FTTH in Canada• Canadian FTTH deployment now ramping up in a big way• 168,000 homes connected to FTTH/B – 1.3% of households – 83% of connections are FTTH• Bell Aliant is largest Canadian network operator – Also the largest on the NA Council• Canada may grow at a faster pace than the US in the next five years.Building Fiber-to-the-Home Communities Together
    • FTTH in Latin America• Chapter founded 2009• 45+ members – 10 Platinum – 19 Gold – 12 Network Operators – 4 Consulting Engineers• Latin America FTTH deployment now underway – 1.5 million homes passed by FTTH – 200,000 homes connected• Leading network operators deploying in the re – Telmex, Totalplay and Axtel (Mexico) – Telefonica Brasil (Brazil) – Telefonica de Chile, GTD, ENTEL and Telefonica del Sur (Chile) – COTAS (Bolivia) – ANTEL (Uruguay) Building Fiber-to-the-Home Communities Together
    • North American FTTH Consumers100 Mbps Users: 2009 7,200 Overall percentage “very satisfied” 2010 69,700 2011 170,300 FTTH 74%50 Mbps Users: Cable 54% 2009 39,800 2010 162,500 DSL 51% 2011 347,650 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Source: RVA LLC 2011 Broadband Consumer SurveyBuilding Fiber-to-the-Home Communities Together 13
    • Our Updated Mission To accelerate deployment of all-fiber access networks by demonstrating how fiber-enabled applications and solutions create value for service providers and their customers, promote economic development and enhance quality of life.Building Fiber-to-the-Home Communities Together
    • Areas of Focus - 2012• Growing Council Revenue• Community Outreach – “Community FTTH toolkit"• Monetizing the Network – Identify revenue-generating opportunities for existing FTTH networks.• Removing government barriers to FTTH deploymentBuilding Fiber-to-the-Home Communities Together
    • FTTH Conference & Expo• Approx 2000 attendees from across the FTTH industry… – 130 exhibitors displaying the latest FTTH products and fiber-driven applications – Dozens of learning sessions covering every aspect of FTTH technology, deployment, public policy, network and business operations – Keynotes and panels featuring FTTH industry trailblazers – Interactive Fiber ZoneBuilding Fiber-to-the-Home Communities Together
    • Building Fiber-to-the-Home Communities Together
    • FTTH in Asia Pacific New Demand … New Futureby Frank Jaffer, President, FTTH Council Asia Pacific February 16, 2012
    • Who are we ……The FTTH Council Asia-Pacific is a non-profit organization established in 2005 atSingapore.Aiming to educate the industry and the general public on the opportunities andbenefits of FTTH solutions, FTTH Council Asia-Pacific members represent all areas ofbroadband industries, including telecommunications, computing, networking, systemintegration, engineering and content-provider companies, as well as traditionaltelecommunications service providers, utilities and municipalities. 19
    • FTTH Council Asia-Pacific– Board of Directors President Frank (Fouad) Jaffer Senko Advanced Components, Australia Director Monique Morrow Cisco Systems Pte Ltd., Switzerland Vice-President Changkun Yan Yangtze Optical Fiber and Cable Co. Ltd., China Director Robin Lu 3M Asia Pacific Pte Ltd, China Secretary Yoshihiro Ishibashi Sumitomo Electric Industries Ltd., Japan Director Kuldeep Goyal Radius Infratel Private Limited, India Treasurer Walid Gamali 3W Networks, UAE/Australia 20
    • FTTH Council Asia-Pacific– CommitteesMembership Chair: Rafael A. Jaron (Alcatel-Lucent) Provide a process that encourages the growth Vice-Chair: Yoshiaki Miyajima (Sumitomo of membership. Electric)Regulation and Policy Chair: Jay Teborek (Broadcom) Promote and coordinate regional, geographic Vice-Chair: Rajnish Wahi (Radius) and governmental issues in order to facilitate the introduction and growth of FTTH in the region.Technologies and Architecture Chair : Castonguay Guy (Corning Cable Promote the awareness and business Systems) implication of active system, passive components and deployment techniques of FTTH networkMarket Development Chair: Miguel Miyamoto (Senko) Provide common understanding of the Vice-Chair: Anil Pande (Dura-Line) customer segments and their requirement; and to promote the markets development through communication.Planning Communications & Chair: Tim Clark (ETI Software Plan and coordinate all general membershipEvents Vice-Chair: Kouji Takata (Sumitomo Electric) activities such as meetings and conferences. Also coordinate active and proactive public relation.Education & Training Chair: Shoichi Hanatani (Hitachi) Promote the FTTH Council APAC as a trusted & Vice-Chair: Nigel Moore (Senko) impartial central source for knowledge, facts, education and perspectives on FTTH 21
    • FTTH in Asia – Overall FiguresQ1 2010 ~7.6M ~3.4M ~39M +1.1m +0.5m +6mQ4 2010 ~8.8M ~3.9M ~45M Q4 2011 >54MSource: FTTH Council APAC 22
    • FTTH in Asia – Overall FiguresIn December 2011, details as follows:• 54.3 million FTTH/B subscribers• Yearly growth: 18.4%• Japan, China and South Korea representing more than 90% of FTTH/B subscribers in APACSource: IDATE for FTTH Council APAC 23 23
    • Throughout 2011, in the Asia Pacific region, there is ….. new FTTH/FTTB subscriber Every hour 24
    • APAC Global Ranking 7 APAC Countries in the Ranking at end 2011 Main architecture FTTH FTTB Source: IDATE for FTTH Council APAC 25
    • Market EvolutionSource: IDATE for FTTH Council APAC APAC is the fastest evolving FTTH/B Market 26
    • FTTH/B Leading APAC Countries• Pioneers Japan and South Korea always heading Asian FTTH/B market in terms of number of subscribers• FTTH/B in China: migration from a potential to an effective market• India: many players involved in a market to be created• National programs: deployments are accelerating but no large commercial services before several months• Malaysia is now entering Global Ranking as the 7th APAC country• Smaller countries show a real dynamism: Vietnam, Taiwan An heterogeneous region, from more mature to challenging markets ! Main national plans on their ways… 27
    • APAC is on the road to 130 millionsFTTx subscribers by 2013 APAC Cumulativewireline broadband subscriber forecast Cumulative Wireline Broadband Subscribers Forecast 300,000 APAC FTTH/B YE2013: 250,000 ~130M subscribers 25% FTTH, 75% FTTB 200,000 ~50% of wireline BB Subscribers (000s) 150,000 ROW NA 0.7% 12.5% 100,000 EUR 11.0% 50,000 0 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 YE2013: 130 million FTTH 5,348 8,001 11,403 15,161 19,176 23,567 28,332 32,454 APAC FTTH/B broadband FTTB 10,618 14,492 18,645 23,816 42,872 60,921 80,851 94,959 subscribers Cable modem 10,872 11,665 12,157 12,540 12,925 13,337 13,769 14,230 AP DSL 83,611 102,037 100,962 116,063 123,611 125,514 122,877 119,683 75.7%Sources: FTTH Council APAC/Ovum. Feb.2010Asia Pacific market leadership expected to continue Source: Ovum. May/2010 28
    • Why The Growth in APAC? Mobile Apps Digital Smart Home Grid IPTV Online Back- Game haul 29
    • Annual Conference& Exhibition See you in Shanghai, China, May 9 & 10, 2012! 30
    • The Conference The ConferenceDate: May 9 & 10, 2012Venue: Pudong Shangri-La Hotel, Shanghai, ChinaTheme: Linking Fiber, Living BetterConference Committee: 31
    • The Conference (Cont’d)Under the overall theme of “Linking Fiber, Living Better,” this year’sconference will:• help better understand our fiber future and how it enables us to enjoy sustainable quality of life in the new economy• together witness the key growth engine in Asia -- China• hear from government officials and regulators on their national broadband strategies and roadmaps• find out from operators’ CIO on benefits and challenges of deploying high speed broadband and what lies beyond for their businesses• get to know from analysts on the latest FTTH deployment, figures and trends• discover all sorts of mobile and fixed applications riding on fiber 32
    • Dankeschön !! THANK YOU !! 谢谢 !!www.ftthcouncilap.org 명. 고맙습니다 !! GRACIAS !! ありがとうございます!!MERCI !! 33
    • ENHANCING LIFE FTTH MENAIn the Global Ranking By Faris Awartani Chairman of the Board FTTH Council MENA
    • FTTH MENA Overview With only 10% of fixed Broadband penetration rate, FTTH deployments in the MENA region intensified in the past two years (2009-2011). The number of homes passed with FTTH grew by 34% between 2010 and 2011 . Significant progress has been made in FTTH network deployment thanks to the involvement of governments, housing developers and alternative players. The Gulf countries boast the strongest momentum in FTTH network deployment. The Levant countries have seen a slower progress and plan for future deployment in 2012 and for the next 5 years. ENHANCING LIF
    • UAE: 2 nd in the top 20 !We are proud to have the UAE nominated as thesecond country in the G20 Global ranking in termsof FTTH . ENHANCING LIF
    • FTTH MENA – Sample regional figuresIn December 2011, UAE is undoubtedly the main FTTH/Bmarket in the region, in terms of subscribers and homespassed.Saudi arabia is witnessing a significant growth in homes passedand subscribersQatar is growing fast. Country Homes Passed YOYG Subscribers YOYG SAUDI ARABIA 115,200 290% 35,400 510% UAE 1,186,800 20% 445,200 48% QATAR 77,700 486% 6,100 25% KUWAIT 80,700 24% 5,400 16% ENHANCING LIF
    • ...in few words FTTH/B subscribers reached 523k in 2011, with a y-o-y growth rate of 55%. UAE accounted for 85% of all FTTH/B subscribers. Take rates have largely been strong due to the targeted deployment focused on high-end residential areas and businesses Ongoing initiatives by industry players coupled with government national strategies promise strong growth prospects for FTTH/B across the MENA region ENHANCING LIF
    • FTTH Council MENA FTTH Council MENA became an independent council in 2011 and was the Middle East Group within FTTH Council Europe from 2009 to 2010. 3 dedicated committees are involved to promote and accelerate the FTTH deployment in the MENA region and enhance the know-how:  Policy and Regulation Committee chaired by Dr Hosein Badran, CISCO  Technology Committee chaired by Mr Gamal Hegazi, ALCATEL- LUCENT  Market Intelligence Committee chaired by Dr Suleiman Al Hedaithy, MEFC Our members are from the main FTTH industry players of the region including Vendors, National and Private Networks, Governments, Service operators, Utilities,.. 15 members since July 2011 with 7 platinum members  40 members www.ftthcouncilmena.or ENHANCING LIF in 2012
    • FTTH Council MENA Conferences 3 successful conferences so far…Amman, Jordan 2009 Beirut, Lebanon 2010 Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt 2011 …and nextNovember 2012  Doha, Qatar ! www.ftthcouncilmena.or ENHANCING LIF
    • THANK YOUwww.ftthcouncilmena.org ENHANCING LIF
    • FTTH Council Africa Juanita Clark Managing Director juanita@ftthcouncilafrica.com
    • International bandwidth growth
    • SA Fibre Market: capacity requirement has moved from international to national. Approaching the End-User International National Long- Metro Fibre Access Fibre Landed Fibre Haul FibreStatus Competitive Limited Growing Competitive Comeptition is growing Alternative routes are being Potential for strong Strong competition among among the international built however the speed of competition. access providers. submarine cable services. deployment is a major Limited to major metro Network reach not issue. areas. ubiqutious. Expect increased Growing number of Ftth not end to end. competition, new entrant providers announced 44
    • THANK YOU