Canto tkf jan klamer 2010

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  • There is a saying in englisch and in dutch: Still waters have deep grounds. Shallow and narrow rivers run fast and lively, but yet there is not too much water through them. Take the river in the picture – the IJssel flowing through the netherlands – transports 18 million liters water per minute. But yet it seems calm and silent. No big waves, no hurling sound.
  • There is a saying in englisch and in dutch: Still waters have deep grounds. Shallow and narrow rivers run fast and lively, but yet there is not too much water through them. Take the river in the picture – the IJssel flowing through the netherlands – transports 18 million liters water per minute. But yet it seems calm and silent. No big waves, no hurling sound.
  • There is a saying in englisch and in dutch: Still waters have deep grounds. Shallow and narrow rivers run fast and lively, but yet there is not too much water through them. Take the river in the picture – the IJssel flowing through the netherlands – transports 18 million liters water per minute. But yet it seems calm and silent. No big waves, no hurling sound.

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  • 1. FTTH lessons learned Jan Klamer July 2010
  • 2. Agenda Introduction Fiber changes organisation Cooperation is key FTTH topologies Some economics Marketing & bandwith Do’s & Don’t s
  • 3. Personal introduction
  • 4. Fiber changes your organisation
    • It’s not service oriented
    • It’s unbundled (?)
    • It’s not a consumeable
    • Think different depts:
      • Services
      • Management
      • Switching
      • Infra
      • Home network
    • Most of the time it’s ALL-IP
    • Don’t do HFC or Video overlay!
  • 5. Cooperation is key
    • Materials, logistics, permissions, planning,
    • communication…
    • Used to work and define and plan yourself?
    • Not with a NGN in brownfield!
    • Conclusions of Arcadis – large dutch independent advisory corp:
    • You need the building association, municipality, real estate, constructor, manufacturer, …
    • For the infrastructure; forget negotiations on bits and pieces, design & construct is cheaper, more reliable
    Cooperation is key
  • 6. FTTx network topology telecom house exchange backbone distribution network access network access network access network business industrial houses PON vs PtP In-house NIP
  • 7. Some economics Revenues: 400 – 4000/yr
  • 8. Marketing and bandwith Whatever bandwith you offer, they will use it! Disney prod.: “we’ll know how to flood 1 gbps with games” Potential bandwith of 1 single fiber; 1*10 ^ 18 bps 2400 Baud 14k4 ISDN ADSL 5 Mb ethernet Fast ethernet gigabit RS232 8080 uP Intel 80286 Coppermine 800 MHz Where do you want us to put it?
  • 9. Do’s & Dont’s
    • Think out of the box (of old services)
    • Think unbundling level
    • Think about the in-home part
    • Cooperate with your social environment
    • Leave D&C to the specialists
    • Do not fool yourself with financial tricks
    • Do not base bandwith/infra on current services
  • 10. Thank you Jan Klamer [email_address] http://www.ace-fibreoptic.com