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FTTH Conference Europe 2012
Munich, 14 Feb 2012

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  • 1. NTT’s Initiatives for FTTH and Next-Generation Services February 15, 2012 Takashi UematsuNext Generation Network Office, Technology Planning Dpt. Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation
  • 2. Presentation Outline NTT Overview Broadband Market in Japan NTTs Efforts towards FTTH Penetration Copyright (c) 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation 1
  • 3. NTT Overview Broadband Market in JapanNTTs Efforts towards FTTH Penetration Copyright (c) 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation 2
  • 4. Corporate OverviewName Nippon Telegraph and Telephone CorporationDate of Establishment April 1, 1985 (In accordance with the NTT Law) (In accordance with the NTT Law)Head Office Tokyo, JapanConsolidated Subsidiaries 756 companiesOperating Revenues ¥ 10,305 billion*Employees 219,350* * consolidated basis (as of September 30, 2011) Holding Company R&D * Percentage figures show the percentage of voting rights (Mar. 2010) % 100% % 100% % 100% % 100% % 54.2% % 63.3% Other group companies NTT Dimension NTT NTT East NTT West NTT DATA Communications DOCOMO Data … Long Distance Real estate, Regional Global Data Mobile and finance, Communications IT Services Communi- Communi- construction, International cations Business & cations power Communications Business Solutions Business Business and other Copyright (c) 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation 3
  • 5. NTT’s Presence in Deutschland itelligence Provides SAP solutions NTT Corporation cirquent R&D Liaison Office Provides IT solutions NTT Europe Ltd. Provides communications services • Düsseldorf Dimension Data Provides IT solution services • Frankfurt Integralis Provides IT security solutions • Ismaning • München Docomo Euro-Labs Research on mobile communications technologies Copyright (c) 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation 4
  • 6. NTT Overview Broadband Market in JapanNTTs Efforts towards FTTH Penetration Copyright (c) 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation 5
  • 7. Trend of Fixed-line Broadband Market in Japan Japan’s fixed-line broadband market is continuously expanding by the rapid growth of FTTH services (DSL peaked in 2005-2006).Million subscribers Total: 34.6M subs35 of which NTT: 18.5M (53.5%)30 DSL DSL: 7.4M subs(21%) M subs % of which NTT: 2.6M of which NTT: 2.6M25 Cable Cable: 5.8M subs(17%) M subs %20 FTTH: 21.4M subs(62%) M subs %15 of which NTT: 16.0M of which NTT: 16.0M FTTH (Includes FTTB/FTTP)10 5 0 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 <as of September 30, 2011> (calendar year) Source: Ministry of Internal Affairs and CommunicationsTotal Households in Japan: 52 million Copyright (c) 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation 6
  • 8. Mobile-phone Market Trend in Japan Japan’s mobile-phone market is steadily growing. 96% of the mobile-phones are 3G/3.9G terminals. (NTT’s 2G mobile service is going to be terminated at the end of March 2012.)Million subscribers140 Total: 127.3M subs120 of which NTT: 58.3M (share 46%)100 3G/3.9G: 80 3G/3.9G 122.3M subs (96%) 60 (W-CDMA/CDMA2000/LTE) (W-CDMA/CDMA2000/LTE) (3.9G: 388,600 subs) of which NTT: 58.3M (share 48%) of which NTT: 58.3M (share 48%) 40 2G/2.5G: 0.8M subs (1%) M subs % 2G/2.5G 20 (PDC/cdmaOne/CDMA 1x) of which NTT: 0.7M (share 88%) of which NTT: 0.7M (share 88%) 0 PHS (digital cordless-phone) PHS: 4.2M subs (3%) M subs % 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 (calendar year) <as of September 30, 2011> Total Population in Japan: 128 million Source: Telecommunications Carriers Association Copyright (c) 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation 7
  • 9. NTT Overview Broadband Market in JapanNTTs Efforts towards FTTH Penetration Copyright (c) 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation 8
  • 10. Service Lineup of NTTs Broadband Services FLET’s Hikari offers fiber quality broadband internet connection with an affordable price, realizing same price range with the conventional copper broadband (ADSL).“FLETS Hikari NEXT” (NGN+FTTH) Other charges Monthly Charge (fixed-rate) ISP VoIP* (Monthly basis)Max. 200Mbps, flat-rate For detached houses €52 + €10 €5 Other services Monthly Charge (fixed-rate) ISP VoIP* For MDUs (apartments) €25-44 depending on the building size + €8 €5 Other services * VoIP services are optional Monthly Charge (fixed-rate) ISP PSTN FLETS ADSL (47Mbps (down stream), flat-rate) €33 + €8.5 €17 Other servicesNOTE 1: Conversion rate EUR1=JPY100 Source: NTT East - Corporate InformationNOTE 2: Prices above do not include tax (5%).NOTE 3: Rental fees of terminal equipment such as home gateway, are not included.NOTE 4: ISP charges are typical (depends on ISP). Copyright (c) 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation 9
  • 11. Comparison of Broadband Services Japan’s FTTH services are one of the most affordable and widely covered the in the world. With nearly 90% national coverage, 60% of broadband subscriptions in Japan are FTTH. Source: OECD Broadband Portal 2011 86.50% 122.45 Price, USD, Month (average over 67.00% 45Mbps) 60.91% FTTH/B 56.59% Household 58.83 55.95 coverage 42.71 45.34 FTTH share in 29.87 all broadband 13.10% 11.00% subscribers 5.90% Japan Korea US France Germany UK Copyright (c) 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation 10
  • 12. Expansion of NGN Service Areas NTT started provision of NGN service by overlaying the existing FTTH service. At the end of FY2010, NGN service (FLET’S Hikari Next) became available at all households and businesses in the existing FTTH (FLETS Hikari) service areas. GE-PON systems are used to both detached and multi-dwelling houses. NGN service area Service available to approx. 60% of households and businesses in existing FLET’S Hikari service areas Service available to approx. 90% of households and businesses in existing FLET’S Hikari service areas ◆ ◆ Service available to all existing FLET’S Hikari ◆ service areas Commercial Available to all service areas in service launched eastern Japan and 80% of service areas in western Japan Fiscal YearMarch 2008 2008 2009 2010 Copyright (c) 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation 11
  • 13. Basic Structure of NTT’s NGN FTTH Service “FLET’S Hikari NEXT” is NTT’s optical internet access service provided by using NGN, IMS and FTTH (GE-PON) technologies. FLET’S Hikari NEXT Service providers NNI Telephone PSTN PSTN network VoIP ISP FTTH IMS NNI The UNI (GE-PON) Internet Local office IX NGN ISPInternet IP-TV SNI ASP •PPPoE session is used to connect and switch users’ devices to ISPs’ network •More than 350 xSPsNNI: Network-to-Network InterfaceSNI: Application Server-to-Network InterfaceUNI: User-to-Network Interface Copyright (c) 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation 12
  • 14. NTT’s Initiative for FTTH Penetration With a vision of “Realizing an affluent society with ICT”, NTT hascontinued to promote broadband services including FTTH.• Introducing Attractive Services Triple-play service – Internet, VoIP, IPTV Remote support – Enhanced user support Promotion of Fixed broadband/WiFi/Mobile broadband convergence• Cost Reduction on both CAPEX and OPEX High quality and cost-conscious equipment Kaizen - Relentless improvement of the overall process and feedback from “field” to “development” NTT was successful in achieving 90% coverage NTT was successful in achieving 90% coverage and 60% broadband subscription rate and 60% broadband subscription rate Copyright (c) 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation 13
  • 15. Triple-play Service IP telephony, TV & video services, in addition to Internet access service are the key services to increase FTTH subscribers. As a result, 86% of NTT broadband users use FTTH. Internet High-speed broadband access (up to 200Mbps) ONU IP phone (VoIP) NGN FTTH A low-cost & high-quality phone 13 million subscribers* (Approx. 80% of FTTH) STB TV and Video TV & Video anytime, anywhere 2.4 million subscribers* (Approx. 15% of FTTH)*as of September 2011 Copyright (c) 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation 14
  • 16. FTTH Introduction Support for ICT Beginners"Remote Support Service" 24-hours total support and trouble-shooting service for your home ICT devices Take over your mouse and keyboard remotely, when needed NGN Consulting, tutoring and Support Center taking over the mouse remotely Customer’s Home 3.3 million subscribers*Monthly charge* 500 (€5) (Approx. 22% of FTTH) (Approx. 22% of FTTH)Supported devices PC, printer, router, wireless-LAN, digital camera, *as of March 2011 digital video camera, Wii/Nintendo 3DS/PS3, STB, MP3 player, external storage, projector, etc. Copyright (c) 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation 15
  • 17. Promote FTTH Broadband for Mobile Devices FTTH is gaining a role of accommodating smart phones’ large amount of traffic to provide a better user experience Various contents Music Movie Book ・ ・ The Internet ・ NGN 3G/LTE WiFi Mobile FTTH Home WiFi 3G/LTE /Office LAN WiFi PC Smartphone Smartphone Copyright (c) 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation 16
  • 18. Initiatives for Reducing CAPEX/OPEX NTT Group is continuously working to improve quality of our services and to reduce costs Improve productivity using ICT Standardize New technologies & simplify GOAL work process Cost Failure Promote reduction prevention Remote Reduce operation Safety Work Equipment improvement improvement costs Network Efficient migration use of network resources Copyright (c) 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation 17
  • 19. Examples of Reducing CAPEX/OPEX Compared to metal wiring, optical cable does not require electric power and uses less common space, with flexible expandability.Low Friction Indoor Cable Optical 3F Home Terminal Phone / PC / TV Outlet Capable of installing 30 cableson a 22mm diameter duct 2FOptical Splitter Optical OutletLess space / No electricity Easy to connect/disconnect Common Space 1F 1FNTT Exchange Optical Splitter Copyright (c) 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation 18
  • 20. Examples of Reducing CAPEX/OPEX Compared to metal wiring, optical cable does not require electric power and uses less common space, with flexible expandability.Low Friction Indoor Cable Optical 3F Home Terminal Phone / PC / TV Outlet Capable of installing 30 cableson a 22mm diameter duct 2FOptical Splitter Optical OutletLess space / No electricity Easy to connect/disconnect Common Space 1F 1FNTT Exchange Bend Free Optical Cable Optical Can be bundled like metal cables Splitter Copyright (c) 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation 19
  • 21. Examples of Reducing CAPEX/OPEX Compared to metal wiring, optical cable does not require electric power and uses less common space, with flexible expandability.Low Friction Indoor Cable Optical 3F Home Terminal Phone / PC / TV Outlet Capable of installing 30 cableson a 22mm diameter duct Wire Installation Time 40% 2F reductionOptical Splitter Optical OutletLess space / No electricity Easy to connect/disconnect Common Space 1F 1FNTT Exchange Bend Free Optical Cable Optical Conventional Low-friction cables Can be bundled like metal Splitter Indoor Cable Indoor Cable Copyright (c) 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation 20
  • 22. Improvement of Service-Order Process Determine the installation date based on facility data when application received. Service is activated quickly by automatically selecting equipment and distributing accurate installation information. Application Minimum 5 days Service Equipment used is selectedCustomer Representative automatically based on application data. Service activated Receipt of Receipt of Facility Facility installation request installation request selection selection Installation work Installation Installation Customer order order data Field technician can Installation Installation easily install with only Equipment arrangement arrangement the information sent to Field Data their PC or mobile phone technician Facility data Facility data Construction update update Data Installation data is sent Copyright (c) 2012 in real time. Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation 21
  • 23. Conclusions Broadband Market in Japan Best price-to-speed performance in the world FTTH is still growing NTT’s Initiative for FTTH Penetration Introducing attractive services Cost reduction on both CAPEX and OPEX Rich communications over FTTH is the enabler for Rich communications over FTTH is the enabler for “Realizing an affluent society with ICT” “Realizing an affluent society with ICT” Copyright (c) 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation 22
  • 24. Thank you ! Copyright (c) 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation 23