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ENABLING Cable & DTH FOR INTERNET & INTERACTIVITY<br />Regulation & Triple Play<br />
We look far and beyond for that we have in plenty<br />
Digital STBs Deployed (millions)<br /><ul><li>Top Cable MSOs
21.5
10.9M
6.3M
1.5M
10.7M
5.2M
DBS Operators
13M
11M
DBS Operators provide Triple Play Today
All Cable operators are Enabled for Triple Play</li></ul>Voice, VOD, ITV, HDTV, DVR<br />Source: Bear Sterns<br />
Broadband: Worldwide Deployment<br />U.S. Lags Behind in Broadband<br />Deployment<br />Other countries, led by Korea and ...
The Massive C&S Networks in India serve 90 million households. These will be HD Capable by 2011. Do we have a roadmap for ...
ST1<br />83 INSAT  4A<br />91.5 MEASAT<br />93.5 INSAT 4B<br />74 INSAT 4CR<br />Tata Sky<br />95 NSS<br />RELIANCE<br />D...
DTH Subscribers in India<br />Big TV<br />T-Sky<br />DD-Direct<br />Subs<br />( Thousands)<br />Dish TV<br />2003<br />200...
Three  facets:<br />Cable TV<br />DTH<br />IPTV<br />
Agenda<br />Introduction- TRIPLE PLAY<br />Broadband on Cable & DTH<br />Issues-Technology & Cost<br />Regulatory issues<b...
                                                                        <br />     Introduction:<br />Broadband<br />  Wha...
Voice<br /><ul><li>VoIP
Video Conferencing
Lifeline</li></ul>Video<br /><ul><li>Video
Premium Video
Music</li></ul>PVR<br /><ul><li>Video
Premium Video
Push VoD</li></ul>Digital Video<br />Digital -PVR<br />Triple Play<br />Data<br /><ul><li>Cable Modem
128k   45MB
Managed
“Always-on”</li></ul>ITV Applications<br /><ul><li>EPGs
VOD
Active Chs
Games</li></ul>DTH<br />Timeline of Take up of Services by Customers<br />Timeline<br />Cable <br />
Agenda<br />Introduction- TRIPLE PLAY<br />Broadband on Cable<br />Issues-Technology & Cost<br />Regulatory issues<br />Co...
Current Delivery <br />Cable Modem<br />Cable Modem<br />Optical<br />node<br />Optical<br />node<br />Optical<br />node<b...
The Technology<br />DOCSIS 2.0<br />Upstream: 6.4 MHz wide, 30Mbps<br />Why more bandwidth?<br />Peer-to-peer services<br ...
Agenda<br />Introduction- TRIPLE PLAY<br />Broadband on Cable<br />Issues-Technology & Cost<br />Regulatory issues<br />Co...
Regulatory Issues<br />Cable TV is Licensed Under the Cable Television Networks (Regulation) Act, 1995.<br />( Ministry of...
	Issues With Cable Internet-LCOs<br />Last Mile control in Cable is with LCO<br />LCOs are unwilling to upgrade in most ca...
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  1. 1. ENABLING Cable & DTH FOR INTERNET & INTERACTIVITY<br />Regulation & Triple Play<br />
  2. 2. We look far and beyond for that we have in plenty<br />
  3. 3. Digital STBs Deployed (millions)<br /><ul><li>Top Cable MSOs
  4. 4. 21.5
  5. 5. 10.9M
  6. 6. 6.3M
  7. 7. 1.5M
  8. 8. 10.7M
  9. 9. 5.2M
  10. 10. DBS Operators
  11. 11. 13M
  12. 12. 11M
  13. 13. DBS Operators provide Triple Play Today
  14. 14. All Cable operators are Enabled for Triple Play</li></ul>Voice, VOD, ITV, HDTV, DVR<br />Source: Bear Sterns<br />
  15. 15.
  16. 16. Broadband: Worldwide Deployment<br />U.S. Lags Behind in Broadband<br />Deployment<br />Other countries, led by Korea and Canada, have strategic vision for broadband build-out.<br />The U.S. slipped from number 11 to number 13 in broadband deployment between 2003 and 2004.<br />
  17. 17. The Massive C&S Networks in India serve 90 million households. These will be HD Capable by 2011. Do we have a roadmap for their use for triple play?<br />
  18. 18. ST1<br />83 INSAT 4A<br />91.5 MEASAT<br />93.5 INSAT 4B<br />74 INSAT 4CR<br />Tata Sky<br />95 NSS<br />RELIANCE<br />DD AND SUN<br />BHARTI<br />98.5<br /> PROTOSTAR-1<br />DISH TV<br />VIDEOCON<br />INDIAN DTH<br />SUBSCRIBER<br />DTH SATELLITE SCENARIO YEAR 2009<br />
  19. 19. DTH Subscribers in India<br />Big TV<br />T-Sky<br />DD-Direct<br />Subs<br />( Thousands)<br />Dish TV<br />2003<br />2007<br />2006<br />2005<br />2004<br />2008<br />
  20. 20. Three facets:<br />Cable TV<br />DTH<br />IPTV<br />
  21. 21. Agenda<br />Introduction- TRIPLE PLAY<br />Broadband on Cable & DTH<br />Issues-Technology & Cost<br />Regulatory issues<br />Conclusion<br />
  22. 22.                                                                         <br /> Introduction:<br />Broadband<br /> What Broadband means to users<br />Source: Providers’ websites<br />
  23. 23.
  24. 24. Voice<br /><ul><li>VoIP
  25. 25. Video Conferencing
  26. 26. Lifeline</li></ul>Video<br /><ul><li>Video
  27. 27. Premium Video
  28. 28. Music</li></ul>PVR<br /><ul><li>Video
  29. 29. Premium Video
  30. 30. Push VoD</li></ul>Digital Video<br />Digital -PVR<br />Triple Play<br />Data<br /><ul><li>Cable Modem
  31. 31. 128k  45MB
  32. 32. Managed
  33. 33. “Always-on”</li></ul>ITV Applications<br /><ul><li>EPGs
  34. 34. VOD
  35. 35. Active Chs
  36. 36. Games</li></ul>DTH<br />Timeline of Take up of Services by Customers<br />Timeline<br />Cable <br />
  37. 37. Agenda<br />Introduction- TRIPLE PLAY<br />Broadband on Cable<br />Issues-Technology & Cost<br />Regulatory issues<br />Conclusion<br />
  38. 38. Current Delivery <br />Cable Modem<br />Cable Modem<br />Optical<br />node<br />Optical<br />node<br />Optical<br />node<br />Optical<br />node<br />Optical<br />node<br />Optical<br />node<br />HUB<br />HUB<br />MCR<br />HUB<br />Coax<br />Coax<br />TWO WAY SPLITTER<br />TWO WAY SPLITTER<br />TV<br />PC<br />TV<br />PC<br />HFC For Cable<br />Cat 5e Ethernet for Broadband<br />PC and TV are Separate.<br />No Convergence<br />
  39. 39. The Technology<br />DOCSIS 2.0<br />Upstream: 6.4 MHz wide, 30Mbps<br />Why more bandwidth?<br />Peer-to-peer services<br />Digital photography<br />Music downloads<br />Authenticated Services<br />DOCSIS 1.1<br />Real-time services, QoS, VoIP, interactive gaming, tier-based services<br />DOCSIS 1.0<br />40 bps/10 Mbps<br />
  40. 40.
  41. 41. Agenda<br />Introduction- TRIPLE PLAY<br />Broadband on Cable<br />Issues-Technology & Cost<br />Regulatory issues<br />Conclusion<br />
  42. 42. Regulatory Issues<br />Cable TV is Licensed Under the Cable Television Networks (Regulation) Act, 1995.<br />( Ministry of I&B)<br />VoIP is not allowed under Cable Acts.<br />ISP License Needed for VoIP ( MC&IT)<br />Cable Operators are not eligible for last mile spectrum <br />
  43. 43. Issues With Cable Internet-LCOs<br />Last Mile control in Cable is with LCO<br />LCOs are unwilling to upgrade in most cases<br />Payment and revenue Share issues<br />
  44. 44. Commercial Barriers to using Cable Internet<br />Absence of VoIP- Customers prefer DSL<br />High Cost of Internet Rs 1.2/MB<br />No Right of Way ( Cable Act)<br />Split Nature of Industry-MSO,LCO<br />Expensive DSL modems<br />
  45. 45. Issues relating to Regulation of Cable Networks<br />Local Cable Operators Not interested in investing in 2 way Plant <br />Internet Services are obtained from a local ISP rather than MSO<br />If VoIP is permitted, MSOs can offer Set Top Boxes with VoIP<br />VoIP- Telephony<br />LCOs are unable to provide VoD, which needs the scale of an MSO<br />
  46. 46. Viewers Expectations-Broadband<br />Viewers used to Cable TV<br />Expect Full Resolution for Internet streaming<br />For mail and browsing, viewers expect Computer resolution<br />Broadband on TV does not meet these demands<br />
  47. 47. DTH<br />DTH is licensed as a standalone service<br />DTH operators not allowed to provide Internet or even two way interactivity under DTH license<br />DTH has its own separate interconnect regulation<br />Only “VSATs” can provide Internet<br />
  48. 48. What can the regulators do?<br />
  49. 49. What Can Regulators Do?<br />Review the Cable TV Act to enable Triple Play including VoIP<br />Encourage initiatives such as HITS for uniform cable TV offerings across India<br />Promote additional investments as Infrastructure<br />Be proactive on standards- we do not want a host of incompatible technologies<br />
  50. 50. For Internet to Succeed<br /><ul><li>Broaden Scope of Cable TV License to include VoIP, ISP and IPTV
  51. 51. Enable DTH Licenses for Internet
  52. 52. Price Regulations should be tailored for Triple Play
  53. 53. Enable Bundle of Services just as in DSL landlines
  54. 54. Cable and DTH operators should be recognized as infrastructure providers
  55. 55. Should have right of way as for Phone Lines
  56. 56. Set Aside local spectrum for last mile</li></li></ul><li>Thank you<br />
  57. 57.
  58. 58. How does broadband impact telecoms<br />The Internet enables a separation between facilities and services<br />Broadband allows providers to fully exploit this separation<br />The killer application for broadband may turn out to be voice<br />Impact of Broadband<br />
  59. 59. Telephony<br />Mobile<br />Cable TV<br />TV<br /> Traditionally there has been a service–infrastructure division in communications services …<br />Voice: Two-way, low volume<br />Broadcast TV: One-way, high volume<br />Service<br />Spectrum<br />Coax<br />PSTN<br />Spectrum<br />Infrastructure<br />
  60. 60. Voice, video, and data<br />Service<br />Everything over IP<br />IP<br />IP over everything<br />Cable modem<br />iTV<br />3G<br />xDSL<br />Coax<br />Copper<br />Spectrum<br />Spectrum<br />Infrastructure<br />The Internet increases competition by separating service provision from infrastructure ownership<br />
  61. 61. VoIP is available as a service marketed directly to consumers …<br />Do it yourself – Skype<br />Skype allows computer-to-computer calling using user-assigned names instead of numbers<br />Skype currently has 100 million users<br />Voice over broadband<br />this may be linked to the broadband provider (Yahoo!BB) <br />can also be provided as an independent service (Vonage)<br />in this case it is nomadic and can be used over any broadband connection<br />
  62. 62. … or as a technology that is transparent to end users<br />Carrier internal use (“BT 21CN”)<br />this requires a replacement of all switches in the network<br />the result is often referred to as a Next Generation Network (NGN)<br />Corporate internal use<br />as a low-cost PBX replacement<br />Asterisk is a VoIP PBX that can be downloaded from the Internet<br />
  63. 63. Agenda<br />Introduction<br />Impact of broadband<br />Broadband In Brazil<br />Regulatory issues<br />Conclusion<br />
  64. 64. How is Brazil doing in broadband?<br />Percentage of households with broadband service<br />50%<br />45%<br />40%<br />35%<br />30%<br />25%<br />20%<br />15%<br />10%<br />5%<br />0%<br />Argentina<br />Brazil<br />Canada<br />Chile<br />Mexico<br />USA<br />
  65. 65. The majority of lines in Brazil are from DSL<br />Percentage DSL/Cable lines at 31 December 2004<br />100%<br />90%<br />80%<br />70%<br />60%<br />Cable<br />50%<br />DSL<br />40%<br />30%<br />20%<br />10%<br />0%<br />USA<br />Chile<br />Brazil<br />Other<br />Mexico<br />Canada<br />Americas<br />Argentina<br />
  66. 66. In Europe, wholesale access has increased DSL competition…<br />100%<br />90%<br />80%<br />70%<br />60%<br />50%<br />40%<br />30%<br />20%<br />10%<br />0%<br />Italy<br />Spain<br />Ireland<br />France<br />Austria<br />Finland <br />Belgium<br />Sweden<br />Greece*<br />Portugal<br />Denmark<br />Germany<br />Netherlands<br />Luxembourg<br />United Kingdom<br />DSL lines incumbent<br />DSL lines competitors<br />*Greece only has 359 DSL lines, all served by an entrant<br />Source: European Commission <br />
  67. 67. … while promoting deployment<br />
  68. 68. Net neutrality can promote competition in Internet services <br />Freedom to Access Content: consumers should have access to their choice of legal content; <br />Freedom to Use Applications: consumers should be able to run applications of their choice; <br />Freedom to Attach Personal Devices: consumers should be permitted to attach any devices they choose to the connection in their homes; and <br />Freedom to Obtain Service Plan Information: consumers should receive meaningful information regarding their service plans<br />FCC Chairman Michael Powell’s Net Freedoms, 2004<br />
  69. 69. A forward-looking broadband policy could have several features<br />Enable entrants to build and operate their own facilities<br />Allow entrants to use existing facilities with their own equipment<br />Ensure net neutrality in Internet services and applications<br />
  70. 70. Wi-MAX<br /> BWA<br />Mesh Net<br />HYPE PEAK<br />Hype & StatusCurve<br />&lt; 2 yrs<br />1-3 yrs<br />2-5 yrs<br />7 yrs<br />Obsolete before<br /> plateau<br />WCDMA<br />BLUE TOOTH NET<br /> Wi-Fi 802.11g<br />802.11b<br />Enlightenment<br /> 1X EV-DO<br /> GPRS<br />Wi-Fi 802.11a<br />CDMA 1X RTT<br />Productivity<br />Plateau<br />EDGE<br /> Blue tooth cable replacement<br />Wireless PDA<br />4G<br /> UWB<br /> 1X EVDV<br /> Ad Hoc<br /> 802.15.4<br />DISILLUSIONMENT Trough<br />Trigger<br />
  71. 71. HD Capable Broadband Subscriber Forecast for America<br />
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