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Ka-band and Beyond - Bridging the Digital Divide
Ka-band and Beyond - Bridging the Digital Divide
Ka-band and Beyond - Bridging the Digital Divide
Ka-band and Beyond - Bridging the Digital Divide
Ka-band and Beyond - Bridging the Digital Divide
Ka-band and Beyond - Bridging the Digital Divide
Ka-band and Beyond - Bridging the Digital Divide
Ka-band and Beyond - Bridging the Digital Divide
Ka-band and Beyond - Bridging the Digital Divide
Ka-band and Beyond - Bridging the Digital Divide
Ka-band and Beyond - Bridging the Digital Divide
Ka-band and Beyond - Bridging the Digital Divide
Ka-band and Beyond - Bridging the Digital Divide
Ka-band and Beyond - Bridging the Digital Divide
Ka-band and Beyond - Bridging the Digital Divide
Ka-band and Beyond - Bridging the Digital Divide
Ka-band and Beyond - Bridging the Digital Divide
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Ka-band and Beyond - Bridging the Digital Divide

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Ka-band and Beyond
- Bridging the Digital Divide -
- June 20th 2012 -
- CommunicAsia Singapore -

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  • 1. Unrestricted Ka-band and Beyond Bridging the Digital Divide June 20th 2012 CommunicAsia SingaporeBroadband SystemsProfessional EquipmentIP Software
  • 2. Newtec at a glance Company confidential • The market leader in the DVB broadcasting market and European consumer internet access market with SES Broadband Services • Newtec Ka-band broadband systems with • Award winning Product Leadership strategy supported by • A strong product portfolio for TV and IP applications • Sustained growth : ‘05: 165 team members/30MioUS$ ‘11: 320 team members/65MioUS$2 Unrestricted
  • 3. Company confidential The Satellite Broadband Value Chain Operates Gateways and Acquires End User Operates Satellite Broadband Platform Installs Terminal Retails Service and end- Pays for Service Wholesales Service user equipment Satellite Internet Satellite Access Service End User Operator Provider Provider (SAP) (ISP) Technology provider3 Unrestricted
  • 4. Over 120.000 Newtec broadband terminals shipped! Company confidential Broadband access platforms with major satellite operators4 Unrestricted
  • 5. World Internet Users 2011 Company confidential5 Unrestricted
  • 6. Broadband technologies and distance • Only satellite is ubiquitously available • Terrestrial and other wireless solutions become economically unviable when little subscribers / POP VDSL 1,3 ADSL+ 2,7Max Range of broadband technologies (km) ADSL 5,4 WiMax (NLOS) 8 FTTH 20 Full wireline DTH supplements DTH Enables HIGH MEDIUM LOW 3G 30 DENSITY DENSITY DENSITY 4G 30 NO BROADBAND WiMax (LOS) 50 ENCODING AND CONTENT MANAGMENT Satellite 3500 CENTER HIGH MID LOW SPEEDS SPEEDS SPEEDS > 25 Mbps 6 - 25 Mbps < 6 Mbps 1 10 100 1000 10000 Unrestricted
  • 7. Bridging the Digital Divide in Asia • Ka-band: Great Promise • The Satellite Proposition for Service Providers7 Unrestricted
  • 8. The raise of HTS Ka-band spot beams 2010: Eutelsat Ka-Sat: 80 beams 2014: SES Astra 2F, 2E, 5B and 2G: 8 beams 2012: Express AM5, 6: 24 transponders 2010: Hylas 1: 8 beams 2011: Via-Sat 1: 56 beams 2012: Hylas 2: 24 beams 2012 AMOS 4 : 4 transponders 2012: Jupiter: 60 beams 2011: Yahsat 1A, 1B: 42 transponders 2010: Nilesat 201: 4 transponders 2013: Es’Hail 1: 2 beams 2011: Arabsat 5C:12 transponders 2012: NigComSat 1R:8 transponders 2014: NewSat Jabiru 1:50 transponders TOTAL CAPACITY BETWEEN 300 and 400 Gpbs This is equivalent to the total capacity already available in C and Ku!8 Unrestricted
  • 9. Ka Great Promise : reducing satellite transmission cost • Traditional Ku - satellite • Ka – HTS Spot beam satellite – 3Gbps – 100Gbps – 400MUS$ – 500MUS$ – 133kUS$/Mbps – 5kEuro/Mbps9 Unrestricted
  • 10. Great Promise, but … Ka-band is different – Because of it propagation characteristics – Because it uses mainly spot beam configuration10 Unrestricted
  • 11. Ka-band Rain Fade Countermeasures 1. Gateway Geographic Redundancy 2. Adaptive Coding and Modulation – Statistical distribution of rain fades – Fast reaction times – Securing optimum availability – Needed in inbound and outbound Attenuation of Rain 3. Cross Layer Optimisation 10 – Service prioritizationdb/km 1 – Combine RF Bandwidth 0.1 Ka: 27.5 to 31 GHz Management and IP Shaping 0.01 Ku: 11.7 to 12.2 0.001 C: 5.85 to 7.05 GHz 4. Automatic Uplink Power Control 1 10 100 1000 Frequency11 Unrestricted
  • 12. Impact on broadcasters, teleports, service providers? Company confidential • Access limited to a few gateways • Star configuration • Gateway operated by satellite operator • Expected value chain evolution; selling Ka Mhz capacity and ‘colocation’ services12 Unrestricted
  • 13. Newtec Sat3Play Building Blocks to Success Company confidential IP modem The Newtec Sat3Play® IP modem is designed for multi market acceptance: - 32Mbps down / 3,5Mbps up - Low price, Low Power, Small modem 75cm/1m dish The installation of the end user equipment is as easy as the installation of a standard TV satellite dish with a TV set-top box. interactive LNB Transmit & Receive13 Unrestricted
  • 14. Easy to install – patented Point&Play Company confidential14 Unrestricted
  • 15. Self-Install Drives New Business Models Company confidential E-commerce Automated Automated Logistics Install and use Contract with end-user provisoning via the e-commerce website Retail End-user buys Install and go-online On-line Contract Automation Start surfing terminal at shop with minimum SLA with end-user15 Unrestricted
  • 16. In Conclusion … • Ka-band will be complementory for closing the digital divide in Asia • Existing Ku infrastructure ideal for – Fast Broadband Access Service Deployment – Ubiquitous Service Offerings • Key success factors for consumer Ka HTS : – Strong distribution channels to access the consumer – Low cost terminals – Efficient use of satellite resources – Low service activation cost -> self install16 Unrestricted
  • 17. Company confidential17 Unrestricted

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