Wireless Cities  16th May 2012, Manchester Town Hall                                                   INCA Event: Ultra-C...
Who we areUK Broadband is a wholly owned subsidiary of PCCW in Hong Kong        Largest Quad Play provider in HK – Phone, ...
Who we are - our experience in Hong KongHong Kong – a Super Connected Wireless City            >10,000 WiFi hotspots   Met...
Who we areThe largest spectrum holder in the UK      Band      Channel Bandwidth      Duplex Scheme        Typical service...
Who we are - working with Local Authorities in the UKExtensive delivery of wireless networks for LAs and public sector• Su...
UKB has two distinct products sets• High Speed Wireless Ethernet   - Point to Point   - Point to Multipoint• Superfast LTE...
The Building Blocks of a Wireless City:Point-to-Point & Multi-Point Wireless Ethernet                   An inexpensive, gu...
Wireless Ethernet is like “Fibre through the Air”• High capacity licensed Wide Area Networks (WANs)   • major costs saving...
Applications enabled by Wireless Ethernet• Major costs savings over fixed line Ethernet services     Fully managed service...
UKB Wireless Ethernet Projects in the UK today• A complete high speed wireless access network in Swindon  to connect 250 C...
The Building Blocks of a Wireless City:Fixed Wireless LTE Superfast Broadband                        In building ADSL/FTTC...
Applications enabled by LTE Broadband         Small Branch Office                SME connectivity   •   Branch office repl...
The Building Blocks of a Wireless City:Portable LTE Superfast Broadband                         Portable 4G connection (Mi...
In summary – what can we provide?• Bespoke wireless networks for urban & rural solutions• High capacity wireless Ethernet ...
Applications enabled by Wireless Connectivity     Digital Inclusion/                                Health & Social Care  ...
Maximising Connectivity - the joined up approach• The key to a successful Wireless City is integration between networks• U...
Why UKB - our USPs• We save you money on the provision of existing services• You can introduce new innovative services at ...
Wireless City Case Study
Swindon - 2 new networks, saving public money• 250+ Council sites connected via high-speed  wireless Ethernet network• Hig...
Enabling innovation in Swindon• High speed links to GP Surgeries and businesses• Traffic management• CCTV and Telemetrics ...
Thank you
Appendices
4G Today
UKB’s 4G LTE in the UK today• 4G LTE equipment was only available in Jan 2012• UKB has already built two 4G LTE networks  ...
Availability of 4G LTE devices in LTE Bands 42 and 43 - 2012            Indoor Home Hub            •   Built in WiFi      ...
Delivering data requires a lot of capacityWireless cells behave like a garden hose:Wide area coverage : the entire lawn ge...
LTE Advanced – the GOLD standard  Delivers very high capacity mobile data, but needs a minimum  of 20MHz channels  UKB alr...
The forthcoming auctions – no one will get more than one  20Mhz channel               Downlink-enabled spectrum before the...
There simply isn’t enough spectrum• No single operator will have enough spectrum to meet the future  demand for data – gro...
We need wholesale open data networks to fill the gap                                             • Overall global mobile d...
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  • UKB spectrum will be used for data only i.e. totally focused on the best data experience. Everyone else will be sharing their spectrum between voice and data.
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    1. 1. Wireless Cities 16th May 2012, Manchester Town Hall INCA Event: Ultra-Connected Smart Cities©2011 UK Broadband Limited. All rights reserved.
    2. 2. Who we areUK Broadband is a wholly owned subsidiary of PCCW in Hong Kong Largest Quad Play provider in HK – Phone, Broadband, Mobile & TV Turnover in excess of $3Billion (USD) with 18,200 employees Pioneer of IPTV - interactive & on-demand (over Fibre & DSL) Developed market - 100Mb to >98% of homes, Fibre to >77% of buildings >10,000 WiFi hotspots delivering 3G/HSPA+ data offload World leader in seamless customer transition to (and from) Wi-Fi
    3. 3. Who we are - our experience in Hong KongHong Kong – a Super Connected Wireless City >10,000 WiFi hotspots Metro WiFi Mobile TV~25 miles On train WiFi Free access to Government services Seamless Mobile Broadband
    4. 4. Who we areThe largest spectrum holder in the UK Band Channel Bandwidth Duplex Scheme Typical service 3.5 GHz 2 x 20 MHz (1) TDD 4G 3GPP LTE – Band 42 124MHz = Total UKB 3.6 GHz 84 MHz TDD 4G 3GPP LTE – Band 43 LTE Spectrum 3.9 GHz 84 MHz Wireless backhaul 2439MHz = Total UKB 28 GHz 2 x 112 MHz FDD Wireless backhaul Spectrum 40 GHz 2 x 1GHz FDD Wireless backhaul1800 MHz 2 x 3.5 MHz FDD In building GSM coverage124Mhz of LTE is equivalent to owning 6 x Ofcom 4G licenses at 20Mhz(1) Includes 2 x 10MHz FDD 4G 3GPP LTE – Band 22
    5. 5. Who we are - working with Local Authorities in the UKExtensive delivery of wireless networks for LAs and public sector• Successful projects include: • Local Government CCTV & Automatic Number Plate Recognition • Business Park & Campus CCTV, Marinas and Ports • Wireless Connectivity & Voice over WiFi • Educational home connectivity support services • Swindon Wireless City Project
    6. 6. UKB has two distinct products sets• High Speed Wireless Ethernet - Point to Point - Point to Multipoint• Superfast LTE Broadband - Fixed Wireless - Nomadic These are the Building Blocks of a Wireless City
    7. 7. The Building Blocks of a Wireless City:Point-to-Point & Multi-Point Wireless Ethernet An inexpensive, guaranteed network service For inter-building or hub connectivity 2Mbps to 1,000Mbps Unique Licenced Spectrum 3.9GHz, 28GHz, 40GHz Distances 50m to 15km
    8. 8. Wireless Ethernet is like “Fibre through the Air”• High capacity licensed Wide Area Networks (WANs) • major costs savings over fixed line Ethernet services• Bespoke Wireless Ethernet for urban & rural solutions • cheaper than existing fixed connectivity• High speed internet access to the public sector and SMEs• Wholesale networks that put local business into business• Essential resilience for Cloud Computing
    9. 9. Applications enabled by Wireless Ethernet• Major costs savings over fixed line Ethernet services Fully managed service with guaranteed SLAs and cheaper than today’s fixed line service• Supports shared services for both public and private traffic • Develop revenue streams from spare capacity• True diversity for resilient core network links• Intercity links through UKB secure network• Software licensing for increasing capacity on demand • Future proof network investments
    10. 10. UKB Wireless Ethernet Projects in the UK today• A complete high speed wireless access network in Swindon to connect 250 Council facilities - Excess capacity will be sold to the private sector meaning businesses anywhere in the town can have instant access to high speed broadband – up to 1GB• The security network for the Olympics in Weymouth• A number of wireless access and CCTV projects
    11. 11. The Building Blocks of a Wireless City:Fixed Wireless LTE Superfast Broadband In building ADSL/FTTC replacement Home and business broadband Home hub with WiFi Indoor or outdoor antenna to suit location Shared bandwidth with choice of data priority Internet connection or Private Network Distances Within coverage cell
    12. 12. Applications enabled by LTE Broadband Small Branch Office SME connectivity • Branch office replacement of ADSL2/MAX services • Prioritised superfast broadband • Enable multi agency locality up to 65Mbps supported by SLAs working with built in WiFi in strategic business enterprise zones • Extremely competitive services compared to FTTC/EFM
    13. 13. The Building Blocks of a Wireless City:Portable LTE Superfast Broadband Portable 4G connection (MiFi) Super Fast Broadband for WiFi devices Speeds up to 65Mbps (on the move) Shared bandwidth with choice of data priority Internet connection or Private Network Distances Within coverage cell
    14. 14. In summary – what can we provide?• Bespoke wireless networks for urban & rural solutions• High capacity wireless Ethernet – “fibre through the air”• Very high capacity secure 4G LTE networks - high speed home and business broadband - mobile broadband• Secure, open access, ALA compliant networks, with SLAs• Only UK operator with super fast home broadband by wireless - guaranteed 25Mbps downlink and 5 Mbps uplink
    15. 15. Applications enabled by Wireless Connectivity Digital Inclusion/ Health & Social Care Traffic Management Public Space CCTV Home broadband13% adults have no landline Remote GP surgery Analog ccts obsolete in 4 yrs Cameras turned off to saveSome City areas get <2Mbps videoconferencing UTMC needs real-time links Rapid deployment cameras Emergency Services Transport Education Mobile WorkersPatient info from ambulances Live on-board CCTV Real-time learning Fast connections whereverBuilding plans downloaded Passenger WiFi services
    16. 16. Maximising Connectivity - the joined up approach• The key to a successful Wireless City is integration between networks• Users should be able to freely roam from 3G to 4G (FDD/TDD) to Wi-Fi and back without interruption• We will seek to work with all network operators to deliver the optimum customer experience• PCCW is the world leader in seamless roaming between mobile and Wi-Fi networks• UKB will bring this expertise to your Wireless City
    17. 17. Why UKB - our USPs• We save you money on the provision of existing services• You can introduce new innovative services at lower cost• Our scalable solutions can be added to over time • you only pay for a service when you want it• Bespoke networks or fully secure shared public networks• We use your assets - you earn a share of the revenue
    18. 18. Wireless City Case Study
    19. 19. Swindon - 2 new networks, saving public money• 250+ Council sites connected via high-speed wireless Ethernet network• High Speed Wireless Ethernet for SMEs• 4G LTE network across the town giving fixed & mobile home and business broadband• UKB investing >£1 million to save Council 25-30% on current connectivity spend• Working in partnership with Capita/Swindon Council• Revenue share with Council for use of assets
    20. 20. Enabling innovation in Swindon• High speed links to GP Surgeries and businesses• Traffic management• CCTV and Telemetrics on buses• Enabling mobile working for Council and SME employees• Lone worker safety location tracking• Tracking all Public Sector vehicles• Providing fast home broadband in ‘not spot’ areas• Combined Town Centre CCTV WiFi Coverage Project• Smart Citizen App
    21. 21. Thank you
    22. 22. Appendices
    23. 23. 4G Today
    24. 24. UKB’s 4G LTE in the UK today• 4G LTE equipment was only available in Jan 2012• UKB has already built two 4G LTE networks • Southwark, commercial launch June 2012 4G NOW • Swindon, commercial launch July 2012• Shortlisted for BDUK rural bids – super-fast broadband • We are the only UK operator able to deliver NGA broadband by wireless (25Mbps down, 5Mbps up)• Further 4G networks in the pipeline
    25. 25. Availability of 4G LTE devices in LTE Bands 42 and 43 - 2012 Indoor Home Hub • Built in WiFi • 4 x 10/100 Ethernet ports • 2 x RJ11 VoIP connections • Available May 2012 Outdoor Antenna Unit • Designed for areas with lower coverage strength • 4 x 10/100 Ethernet ports and 2 xRJ11 VoIP connections on indoor unit • Expected by end of 2012 3G/4G Personal Mobile Wi-Fi • Up to 5 connected Wi-Fi devices • Slimline with large screen display • Long battery life • Expected by end of 2012
    26. 26. Delivering data requires a lot of capacityWireless cells behave like a garden hose:Wide area coverage : the entire lawn getting a Concentrated - the same amount of water in a muchlittle water – a voice network smaller area to get high capacity – a data network• You need many more cells over the same area to deliver data capacity• UKB can deliver high capacity data services because of its spectrum
    27. 27. LTE Advanced – the GOLD standard Delivers very high capacity mobile data, but needs a minimum of 20MHz channels UKB already has 6 x 20MHz channels• UKB can deliver NGA access by wireless today - utilising all 6 channels• The other mobile operators will not have enough spectrum to deliver NGA CH5 CH6 CH1 CH2 CH3 CH4 20MHz 20MHz 80MHz 3.48GHz 3.5GHz 3.58GHz 3.6GHz 3.605GHz 3.625GHz 3.645GHz 3.665GHz 3.685GHz 3.689GHz UKB-owned LTE Spectrum (allows for optimal usage of large channels)
    28. 28. The forthcoming auctions – no one will get more than one 20Mhz channel Downlink-enabled spectrum before the auction Key 140 124MHz 120 2G + 3G spectrum 90MHz 100 UKB’s 4G spectrum 80 60 38MHz 38MHz 4G spectrum to be 40 20MHz 20 shared between 4 0 operators Vodafone O2 Everything H3G UKB Everywhere Downlink-enabled spectrum available at the auction 140 124MHz 115MHz 120 100 75MHz 80 60 38MHz 38MHz 40 20MHz 20 0 Vodafone O2 Everything H3G Spectrum to UKB Everywhere beSource: Ofcom, Third Party Research auctioned
    29. 29. There simply isn’t enough spectrum• No single operator will have enough spectrum to meet the future demand for data – growing >100% each year - even combined they will run out of capacity by 2016• They must prioritise their existing customers• They will struggle to offer any SLAs 4G Up to 50% of the future demand for data will come from people and uses that do not use mobile data today – public sector, transport, machine to machine, business applications
    30. 30. We need wholesale open data networks to fill the gap • Overall global mobile data growth expected to be 18 fold increase over 2011 - CAGR of 78% 2011 to 2016 • Release by OFCOM of 4G LTE spectrum in 800MHz and 2.6GHz end of 2012 will not satisfy demand long term • Constrained again in 2016 according to OFCOMUKB can offer 4~6 times download data capacity in any given areathan any single UK mobile operator is expected to be able to offer

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