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How can you design a network when you can’t control or predict the future?
How can you design a network when you can’t control or predict the future?
How can you design a network when you can’t control or predict the future?
How can you design a network when you can’t control or predict the future?
How can you design a network when you can’t control or predict the future?
How can you design a network when you can’t control or predict the future?
How can you design a network when you can’t control or predict the future?
How can you design a network when you can’t control or predict the future?
How can you design a network when you can’t control or predict the future?
How can you design a network when you can’t control or predict the future?
How can you design a network when you can’t control or predict the future?
How can you design a network when you can’t control or predict the future?
How can you design a network when you can’t control or predict the future?
How can you design a network when you can’t control or predict the future?
How can you design a network when you can’t control or predict the future?
How can you design a network when you can’t control or predict the future?
How can you design a network when you can’t control or predict the future?
How can you design a network when you can’t control or predict the future?
How can you design a network when you can’t control or predict the future?
How can you design a network when you can’t control or predict the future?
How can you design a network when you can’t control or predict the future?
How can you design a network when you can’t control or predict the future?
How can you design a network when you can’t control or predict the future?
How can you design a network when you can’t control or predict the future?
How can you design a network when you can’t control or predict the future?
How can you design a network when you can’t control or predict the future?
How can you design a network when you can’t control or predict the future?
How can you design a network when you can’t control or predict the future?
How can you design a network when you can’t control or predict the future?
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  • 1. HOW CAN YOU DESIGN A NETWORK WHEN YOU CAN’T CONTROL OR PREDICT THE FUTURE? JON NOWELL HEAD OF PRODUCT MANAGEMENT THE RISE OF BUSINESS GRADE BRITAIN
  • 2. You really can’t predict or control the future!
  • 3. Bandwidth Growth Sept 2012 – Sep 2013 Gbps 1000 800 600 400 200 Total network traffic on TalkTalk Next Generation Network Average traffic Sept 2012 385Gb Sep 2013 850Gb – 120% increase Peak Traffic Sept 2012 415Gb Sep 2013 950Gb – 130% increase
  • 4. Some further scary facts
  • 5. 84.1% OF UK CONNECTED TO THE INTERNET 52 Million people
  • 6. E-COMMERCE IS WORTH £82.5B TO THE UK ECONOMY
  • 7. 84.4% GROWTH IN MOBILE TRAFFIC YEAR ON YEAR 50% of all searches are from mobiles and 50% of these lead to purchases
  • 8. 1/3 OF TRAFFIC IS NOW VIDEO TRAFFIC And expected to rise 70% by 2015 100 hours uploaded to You tube every minute
  • 9. 56% OF RETAILERS WILL OFFER Guest WIFI by 2017
  • 10. E-COMMERCE IS WORTH 70% Of B2B Buying Cycle is completed on-line
  • 11. 44x GROWTH IN NETWORK TRAFFIC IN NEXT 10 YEARS (IDC)
  • 12. So, how do you design a Network when you can’t control or predict the future?
  • 13. Tip 5 : Know your long term strategy BYOD Flexible Working Wi-Fi On-Line Collaboration Mobile Key considerations: Are you ever increasing data needs sufficiently driving your strategy ? How far out does your strategy go? How will your network underpin your future needs ?
  • 14. Tip 4 : Be Prepared to Speed Up Your Internet Key considerations How dependent are you on the internet & online? What will we & our customers use it for in the future? How will we & our competitors use it to create advantage?
  • 15. Tip 3 : Go hosted – Outsource in the cloud Key considerations Which applications will be improved in the cloud? How do I build the business case to make the move? Will this be secure enough?
  • 16. Tip 2 : SIP your voice Key considerations What are my voice requirements now and in the future? Does SIP really bring cost savings ? How can SIP support more flexibility in my business?
  • 17. Tip 1 : Choose the right supplier and review your network ongoing Key considerations: Who is the right supplier? How often do I engage? How do I support the case for change?
  • 18. And of course, a bit about TalkTalk Business
  • 19. 3,000 Unbundled exchanges 3,000+ Ethernet PoPs 3,000+ EFM PoPs Fibre exchanges 1,400 1M+ SIP trunk capacity
  • 20. 50 x Capacity increase 500,000+ B2B Broadband lines 16,000+ Ethernet lines 3 Billion+ mins/m VoIP
  • 21. Devices mobility & wireless Voice convergence Data connectivity Next generation networking 25 Data, media & service hosting
  • 22. Four steps of Transformation MAXIMISE Operational Competitive advantage by efficiency leveraging your network Saves support and CONVERGE infrastructure costs Voice, data & internet and cloud services ADOPT Future-proofed & Next generation networking value-for-money EMBRACE The need to evolve Assess your strategic plan
  • 23. And lastly, what we have found out about how UK business are treating their networks
  • 24. Business Continuity Performance Only 52% feel their Datacentres are as resilient as they should be. 34% are not confident their current network is suitable for their voice traffic needs 64% have experienced some form of disruption/compromise due to bandwidth restrictions 82% have experienced network outages that have had an impact on business Monitoring & Maintenance Security & Mobility 64% feel they can easily make changes to their network where needed 77% are confident they have the right firewalls in place to prevent threats from the public internet 62% know exactly how network availability is measured and can see the stats themselves 53% say their networks either don’t permit or don’t support BYOD Check out http://www.talktalkbusiness.co.uk/solutions/network/
  • 25. THANK YOU

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