FTTX conferece Berlin December 2010 - Slides by Emanuel Kleindienst (5th International Next Generation Access Network Forum - FTTx)
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Service provider view: Swiss FTTx landscape, planning and schedules, disastrous situation...

Service provider view: Swiss FTTx landscape, planning and schedules, disastrous situation

* Who is who in the Swiss FTTx-Market, planning, schedules and many different business plans / cases
* Building fibre in cities and towns, no coordination, no standardised planning, to many services from to many providers for just one customer = CHAOS!
* Possible solutions, ways of coordination, open discussion with the forum

Emanuel Kleindienst
CEO
Init Seven AG, Switzerland

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FTTX conferece Berlin December 2010 - Slides by Emanuel Kleindienst (5th International Next Generation Access Network Forum - FTTx) Presentation Transcript

  • 1. FttX Switzerland 5th FttX-conference Berlin (new presentation, first event, please feedback any mistake, thank you!)‫‏‬ Emanuel Kleindienst, AS13030 kleindienst at init7 dot nospam dot net Init Seven AG Elias-Canetti-Strasse 7 CH-8050 Zürich, Switzerland www.init7.net www.blogg.ch 1 www.bgp-and-beyond.com
  • 2. Agenda ‐ Who is Init7 ‐ Broadband in Switzerland, market situation today ‐ FttX in Switzerland, raw overview ‐ Example Zurich, Layer2 FttH ‐ Open discussion Layer2 FttX ‐ Open discussion FttB ‐ Open discussion Layer1 FttX ‐ Open discussion Layer3 FttX ‐ If time enough, open discussion Government ‐ Lunch 2
  • 3. [ this space is a placeholder for one or more marketing slides ] 3
  • 4. Init Seven AG / Init7 ‐ International Internet Service Provider, based in Zurich & Konstanz ‐ Private equity, corporation, 18 employees ‐ EU: mainly Business- and Wholesale Customers, FttX ‐ Global: MPLS and IP connectivity (full and partial table)‫‏‬ ‐ own international dual-stacked IPv4 and IPv6 MPLS backbone (AS13030), 10gig Ethernet. Coverage between Milan to Stockholm and Warsaw to Los Angeles‫‏‬ ‐ connected to 20+ internet exchanges (i.e. DE-CIX)‫‏‬ ‐ about 60% / 190k IPv4-routes via peering, global #4 in IPv6 4
  • 5. Broadband in Switzerland 1 ‐ ~2.8mio broadband users today, 69% xDSL, 29% Docsis ‐ Market share xDSL Incumbent: ~52% (xDSL) ‐ Market share xDSL Wholesale & ULL: ~16% (xDSL) ‐ Market share Cablecom & others: ~29% (Docsis) ‐ Market share FttX: 2% (but fast growing) 5
  • 6. Broadband in Switzerland 2 ‐ Incumbent, xDSL: from 600/100kbps up to 25000/5000kbps ‐ Wholesale & ULL, xDSL: same as Incumbent, more or less ‐ Cablecom & others, Docsis: from 1000/100kbps up to 100/10Mbps ‐ FttX, Ethernet: from 10/1Mpbs up to 1000/1000Mbps ‐ Price xDSL for residential 20000/2000kbps: ~EUR 50.00 p.m. ‐ Price Docsis for residential 20/2M: ~EUR 50.00 p.m. ‐ Price FttH for residential 20/2M: from EUR 50.00 p.m. Add-on: digital TV, phone, mobile (some providers) Rebates: promotions, paketdeals, bundles etc. 6
  • 7. FttX in Switzerland ‐ electric power companies ‐ municipal utility / public services ‐ Cooperation with Incumbent, e.g. half network built and paid by public services, other half by Incumbent. Lots of other models ‐ Services on Layer1 (some), Layer2 (most) and Layer3 (none today!) ‐ Available in 6 Cities today, many more in setup ‐ No coordination, neither in fiber models, nor in networks layers, nor in management, nor in co-operation with other operators ‐ Typical Swiss insular thinking (sorry…) 7
  • 8. Example Zurich, Layer 2 ‐ Start to build end 2006, referendum mid 2007, ~EUR 150mio ‐ Layer2-only platform, operated by the electric power company (NetAdmin) ‐ Non-discriminatory platform, everybody may provide services, 4 fibers per flat/house, 12 (!) ISP’s connected today, take rate < 5% ‐ Cooperation with Incumbent in progress, they take 1 fiber to provide their services (BBCS-F) ‐ Very expensive backhauling (~EUR 30.00 per Mbps)! ‐ Very low take rate, ~10k available wallplugs, ~650 accesses 8
  • 9. Example Zurich, Layer 2 Example: ‐ 100/10Mbps, 5Mbps average usage p.m. ‐ EUR 70.00 for port, EUR 150.00 (!!!) for backhauling p.m. ‐ EUR whatever (30.00?) margin for ISP p.m. ‐ = EUR 240.00 per month ‐ e.g. Cablecom sells same service for EUR 65.00 p.m.!!! 9
  • 10. Example Zurich, offerings ‐ 5 profiles from Incumbent, excl. digital TV, phone & mobile bundles ‐ Around 25 profiles from wholesale & ULL, excl. TV etc. ‐ Another 5 profiles from Docsis, excl. TV etc. ‐ Now add 45 profiles from FttH-ISP’s, excl. TV etc. ‐ Total of 80 (!!!) available profiles for just one residential ‐ How much time you have to choose? Are you ready??? ‐ And how much does that cost the tax payer? ‐ Would it be better to stay with your xDSL? ‐ GHETTO??? -> Point 1 for open discussion 10
  • 11. Example Zurich, Layer 2 11
  • 12. Open discussion, Layer2 FttH ‐ excessive supplies, does the residential really get better prices? ‐ Backhauling, is the argument to have much bandwidth while not allowed to use it a good argument? ‐ Are we ok, that this business case makes no sense? ‐ How it comes, that nobody e.g. in Zurich talked to other experiences / countries / cities? 12
  • 13. Open discussion, FttB ‐ Reference project Init7, “Studentenhaus” Winterthur ‐ 100+ student flats, RJ45 to every room, 100Mbps symmetric internet access, switched infrastructure, 1Gbps shared symmetric internet access ‐ Very welcome @ many property managements and house owners ‐ ~EUR 15.00 per flat per month, 5 year contract with house owner, 1 invoice to 1 customer per quarter year, which keeps your administration low ‐ How are the experiences out there? 13
  • 14. Open discussion, FttB 14
  • 15. Open discussion, Layer1 FttH ‐ Example Basel, ISP goes to some (8) central offices of the Incumbent, rents its carrier rack and lease the last mile fiber ‐ Setup (CAPEX) is quite high and recurring costs for leasing connection to the central office and rack need to be very well calculated. ‐ It’s kind of non-discriminatory, too. So lots of ISP’s can provide services to one single residential. Does that makes sense? Any experiences out there? 15
  • 16. Open discussion, Layer3 FttH ‐ Energy supplier provides internet access etc ‐ Examples Helinet, Litecom ‐ Residential get offers from just one supplier, does he get better services? ‐ Any wholesale models out there? Add position internet access here 16
  • 17. Open discussion, Government ‐ Example Sweden, regulated markets ‐ “Kabel- & Schacht AG”, idea which unfortunately died in Switzerland… 17
  • 18. Thank you!!! Lunch!!! Emanuel Kleindienst, AS13030 kleindienst at init7 dot nospam dot net Init Seven AG Elias-Canetti-Strasse 7 CH-8050 Zürich, Switzerland www.init7.net www.blogg.ch 18 www.bgp-and-beyond.com