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NextGen 2011 Bill Murphy BT

  1. 1. NEXTGEN NOW: The Big BuildBill Murphy, Managing Director NGA , BT
  2. 2. The Big Build
  3. 3. Big Build: Big Progress March July August October November Today 71 cabinets live SuperfastWhat’s Cornwall wins “Project of the More than next 2000 Year” at the World customers Superfast broadband available to Communications Awards 90,000 connected homes and businesses by March 2012 First major phase of 12 CPs with deployment customers New superfast announced – connected, broadband three months Days later 1000th training service service is customer ahead of available from connected centre opens schedule available to c.50 15,000 FTTP premises becomes available in First 50 parts of Joint, sharedcustomers St Austell programmesconnected delivering the vision
  4. 4. Reaching the most rural “ Having super-fast broadband has opened our eyes to new ways ” of promoting ourselves to customers Rhiannon Fraser, Park Manager•  A family-owned holiday and retirement park in rural Perranarworthal, Cornwall•  Experiencing broadband speeds fifty times faster than previous connection•  Used to drive company accounts to the accountants in Falmouth, now they are emailed almost instantaneously•  Installing CCTV cameras over the fast, stable Wi-Fi connection. Before super- fast the only option was the expensive alternative of digging trenches to fit hard-wired cameras•  Using their new high-speed wi-fi zone to attract new customers to the site
  5. 5. Commitment from the Government By this time last year… By 2015 “Our goal is simple: within this parliament we want Britain to have the best superfast broadband network in Europe” Jeremy Hunt, Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport £830m public funding for superfast broadband in rural areas between now and 2017 Wave 1 announced : Highlands and Islands, North Yorkshire, Cumbria, Herefordshire In the last 12 months… Wave 2 announced: Devon & Somerset, Norfolk, Wiltshire August: Remaining funding allocated
  6. 6. BT: A year of delivery & progress NEXTGEN 2010 NEXTGEN 2011 £2.5bn investment to reach two-thirds of UK by£2.5bn investment to reach two-thirds of UK by 2015 2014 Recruiting a further 520 fibre engineers, 33 inDoubled the number of fibre engineers BristolMore than 3m premises passed More than 6m premises passedFTTC delivers speeds up to 40Mbps download FTTC speeds set to roughly double to up toand up to 15Mbps upload 80Mbps download and up to 20Mbps uploadFTTP trials underway delivering speeds up to FTTP launched and set to deliver download100Mbps download and up to 30Mbps upload speeds of up to 300Mbps from Spring 2012Openreach competing for fibre contracts in new Openreach winning new sites & delivering choicehousing development sites to consumers
  7. 7. BT: A year of delivery & progress NEXTGEN 2010 NEXTGEN 201121 external service providers using c.50 external service providers usingBT’s fibre services BT’s fibre servicesBT Infinity launched More than 300,000 BT Infinity customers 1060 live Ethernet nodes & roll-out continues893 live Ethernet nodes – more good news next week!ADSL2+ available to 14.1m homes and businesses ADSL2+ available to 18.6m homes and(863 exchanges) businesses (1549 exchanges) Physical Infrastructure Access trials underway,Physical Infrastructure Access discussions revised pricing released – 38% below European averageFocus groups and consultations on delivering fibre to Trials of fibre to residential apartment buildingsresidential apartment buildings commenced No other company in the world is investing as much in fibre without public sector support or a regime that allows for far greater returns
  8. 8. Northern Ireland: mission accomplished!
  9. 9. We’re not stopping there The final third The story evolves The final 10% BT is trialling Public-private alternative partnerships can solutions to extend super-fast deliver faster broadband broadband to the coverage to 90% most remote rural of UK premises locations Satellite Working with Avanti White spaces Communications Trialling on Isle of Bute BT is prepared Early test connections in Cornwall to commit substantial additional funding to help achieve 4G/LTE trial In St Newlyn this East, Cornwall 200 customers connected
  10. 10. More than just infrastructure Demand stimulation –  Drive high take-up & long-term sustainability –  Deliver economic and social returns –  White-label emphasises service provider choice –  Working in partnership with local authorities across the UK, including here in Bristol
  11. 11. More than just infrastructure Digital inclusion –  Working with citizens online to help disadvantaged people in communities across the UK –  This month BT, Citizens Online and Bristol City Council launched a three year campaign to get Bristol online •  One in seven of Bristol residents have never used the internet •  Dedicated Get IT Together project coordinator – Marius Jennings •  BT Volunteers and Citizens online staff took part in training session to equip them to deliver IT training across the city Sustainability –  Independent environmental board established in Cornwall –  Project measuring the programme’s impact on Cornwall’s carbon footprint Research & Innovation –  Working with universities, including University of Falmouth and Cornish businesses on projects to exploit the availability of superfast broadband
  12. 12. The year aheadSuperfast broadband rolled out to millions more - 10m by end of 2012Speeds rocketingPublic-private partnerships reaching the final thirdRising to the challenge of the final 10%Roll-out of ADSL2+ and Ethernet continuingBusinesses competing more effectively and offering new services, connectedcommunities improving peoples lives