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UCI EDGE project to address the large incumbent, Comcast, and their direction going forward to take advantage of disrupting technologies - mobile, FTTH, DOCSIS 3.1.

UCI EDGE project to address the large incumbent, Comcast, and their direction going forward to take advantage of disrupting technologies - mobile, FTTH, DOCSIS 3.1.

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  • PUT HYPER SPEED SOMEWHERE
  • What does 3.1 do for use – eliminates FTTH need
    Released for deployment 2015-16

  • ----- Meeting Notes (5/23/14 21:57) -----
    THIS IS GOING TO BE TOUGH
  • What does 3.1 do for use – eliminates FTTH need
    Released for deployment 2015-16

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  • 1. Utility Infrastructure Law "The closer you get to the home, the more investment is needed, averaged per home connected."
  • 2. CONQUERING THE FUTURE Jason Pate Christopher Tolbert Frank Tseng
  • 3. "We will deliver a superior experience to our customers every day. Our products will be the best and we will offer the most customer-friendly and reliable service in the market." - Comcast’s Mission Statement CONTINUING TOWARDS THE FUTURE Mission Industry Analysis Recommendations
  • 4. CARVING A PATH TO SUCCESS Going the Distance All-fiber ‘last mile’ for all future build outs Going Gigaspherical Infrastructure upgrades to optimize for 3.1 Go Mobile Investigate mobile acquisition opportunities Mission Industry Analysis Recommendations
  • 5. CURRENT STATE OF THE INDUSTRY Fiber to the Node: FTTN • Most major broadband networks are not connected to the home • Incumbents use Hybrid Fiber Coaxial (HFC) Networks • Fiber optics to the node • Coaxial/copper to the house or end-user • Insurgents (Google) and some incumbents (Comcast, Verizon) are taking advantage of advanced technologies like fiber to the home (FTTH) Mission Industry Analysis Recommendations
  • 6. CURRENT STATE OF THE INDUSTRY Cable DSL Wireless Satellite Speed Down 4 - 100 Mbps .11 - 15 Mbps 0.4 - 50 Mbps 0.5 - 1 Mbps Up 2 - 8 Mbps 0.1 - 1.0 Mbps 0.2 - 6 Mbps < 1 Mbps Cost $25 - $100 $35 - $100 $30 - $110 $100 - $250 • Speeds for broadband internet have increased over the years, amid several options for gaining access • Google is one of the largest insurgents and is building a complete FTTH network at 1Gbps…that is affordable - $70/month • Some incumbents can offer ½ the speed via FTTH at ~$400/month Mission Industry Analysis Recommendations
  • 7. CURRENT STATE OF THE INDUSTRY Cable Internet Availability Source: National Broadband Map 06/30/13 Mission Industry Analysis Recommendations
  • 8. CURRENT STATE OF THE INDUSTRY Fiber to the End-User Availability Mission Industry Analysis Recommendations Source: National Broadband Map 06/30/13
  • 9. CONNECTING THE DOTS: TODAY Hybrid Fiber Coaxial Networks (FTTN) First Mile: Core Network Middle Mile: Metro Nodes Last Mile: Access Network Relational Investment: 1x 3x 10x Approx. Cost per Connection: $134 $403 $1479 Source: arstechnica 2010 http://bit.ly/RrAenT Mission Industry Analysis Recommendations
  • 10. CONNECTING THE DOTS: TOMORROW Fiber To The Home (FTTH) First Mile: Core Network Middle Mile: Metro Nodes Last Mile: Access Network Relational Investment: 1x 3x 10x Approx. Cost per Connection: $134 $403 $1479 Source: arstechnica 2010 http://bit.ly/RrAenT Mission Industry Analysis Recommendations
  • 11. CHALLENGES OF THE LAST MILE 10X Fiber investment cost per connection of the last mile 35+ Number of years it would take Google Fiber to take over the US if they used 100% CAPEX for this effort 140 Dollars in billions that it would take to outfit the whole US with FTTH Mission Industry Analysis Recommendations
  • 12. CLAIMING THE FUTURE OF THE INDUSTRY October 2013 - CableLabs announced DOCSIS 3.1 specifications Late 2014 – Initial batch of DOCSIS 3.1 products to be released 2015 – 2016 – Full deployment of DOCSIS 3.1 product lines -Initial modems will provide 4-5Gbps, with upgrade capabilities to 10+Gbps Mission Industry Analysis Recommendations
  • 13. CREATING VALUE Mission Industry Analysis Recommendations
  • 14. CREATING VALUE Mission Industry Analysis Recommendations
  • 15. CLAIMING THE FUTURE OF THE INDUSTRY Cloud Gaming Movie Streaming Live Events Streaming Mission Industry Analysis Recommendations
  • 16. CLAIMING THE FUTURE OF THE INDUSTRY Distance Learning Home Automation 2.0 Increased Productivity Mission Industry Analysis Recommendations
  • 17. CUTTING THE CORDS 50% of average global mobile web users now use mobile as their primary or exclusive means of going online Mission Industry Analysis Recommendations
  • 18. CLAIMING THE FUTURE OF THE INDUSTRY Current option lease spectrum with Verizon to operate as a Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) -Rights to have bulk access at wholesale rates Faster networks allow for direct distribution of Comcast content to mobile via a mobile video services -Limitations in control over the mobile network Mission Industry Analysis Recommendations
  • 19. CONNECTING THE CORDLESS Mission Industry Analysis Recommendations
  • 20. CLOSING THE GAP (ANALYSIS) Trends Triggers Gaps Actions Hyper speed internet • Video/TV streaming • Live event streaming • HD/4K Quality • Cloud gaming • Home automation • Limited to average speeds of 100Mbps • Majority HFC network Advanced modem technology Mobile 4GLTE integration • Need for hyper speed internet • Natural advancements in technology • Moore’s Law • Internet of things • Internet Everywhere • More connected devices • Currently on DOCSIS 3.0 • DOCSIS 3.1 deployment not until 2015-2016 • Hardware not compatible • Leased mobile assets • Competitor have mobile assets • Limited broadband access in rural areas • Build FTTH for all new roll outs • 18 month plan to upgrade current infrastructure for DOCSIS 3.1 specs • 12 month mobile acquisition plan • Determine full or partial ownership Mission Industry Analysis Recommendations
  • 21. CREATING LONGEVITY Recommendation 1 All-fiber ‘last mile’ for all future build outs Mission Industry Analysis Recommendations • Implement construction of Fiber to the Home for all new roll outs • Coordinate with local utilities to “dig once” Recommendation 2 Infrastructure upgrades optimized for DOCSIS 3.1 • 18 month plan to have current systems ready for DOCSIS 3.1 deployment • Strategic agreement with Motorola to ensure DOCSIS 3.1 early access Recommendation 3 Mobile 4GLTE Integration • Explore T-Mobile acquisition • Develop mobile video service product