CEE Business Focus: Fibre Networks –CEE in the fast lane                           Hartwig Tauber, Director General       ...
Photo by Nicolo Ba                 aravalle                                p                             FTTH             ...
FTTH Council EuropeOur Vision: A sustainable future enabled by Fibre to the HomeOur Mission   • To accelerate FTTH adoptio...
FTTH Conference 20119 109-10 February 2011 Milan Italy              2011, Milan,      www.ftthconference.eu
Europe in the slow lane?                            Europe in the slow lane?                 aravallePhoto by Nicolo Ba
FTTH Global panorama mid-2010 – Total subscribers                          3.2 M    8.6 M                (4.5M)*          ...
FTTH Global Ranking mid-2010
FTTH European Ranking mid-2010
FTTH European Ranking – mid-2010Source: FTTH European Ranking, FTTH Council Europe & IDATE, September 2010Note: The Rankin...
Conclusions – FTTH players• There are still more Municipalities and Power utilities than any other kind  of FTTH/B players...
Photo by Nicolo Ba                 aravalle                            What next?
European Region FTTH Forecast                                     30000                                     25000         ...
Europe in Context: the Race to Fibre Maturity Country                2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 201...
Business Case & Financing                            Business Case & Financing                 aravallePhoto by Nicolo Ba
FTTH Business Case•   FTTH networks are future proof•   FTTH roll outs are mid- and long-term investments•   Three areas f...
FTTH Financing•   Public financing    • European Investment Bank           p    • National programs    • EU programs (East...
Thank you for y      y       your attention!      www.ftthcouncil.eu
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CEE Business Focus: Fibre Networks – Hartwig Tauber

  1. 1. CEE Business Focus: Fibre Networks –CEE in the fast lane Hartwig Tauber, Director General FTTH Council Europep Telecoms Investment Forum 27 January 2011, Vienna
  2. 2. Photo by Nicolo Ba aravalle p FTTH FTTH  Europe Council 
  3. 3. FTTH Council EuropeOur Vision: A sustainable future enabled by Fibre to the HomeOur Mission • To accelerate FTTH adoption through information and promotion in order to enhance the quality of life, contribute to b tt t a better environment and increased competitiveness i t di d titiOrganisation • Founded in 2004, non-profit industry organisation • More than 150 member companies
  4. 4. FTTH Conference 20119 109-10 February 2011 Milan Italy 2011, Milan, www.ftthconference.eu
  5. 5. Europe in the slow lane? Europe in the slow lane? aravallePhoto by Nicolo Ba
  6. 6. FTTH Global panorama mid-2010 – Total subscribers 3.2 M 8.6 M (4.5M)* 43 M … and FTTH continues to grow * Including Russia Including Russia
  7. 7. FTTH Global Ranking mid-2010
  8. 8. FTTH European Ranking mid-2010
  9. 9. FTTH European Ranking – mid-2010Source: FTTH European Ranking, FTTH Council Europe & IDATE, September 2010Note: The Ranking covers all countries with at least 200,000 households where FTTH/B penetration has reached 1% of the total number of homes.
  10. 10. Conclusions – FTTH players• There are still more Municipalities and Power utilities than any other kind of FTTH/B players at mid-2010 Source: IDATE for FTTH Council Europe• Alternative operators are still the most dynamic and represent at mid- 2010, including Russia, 72% of total European FTTH/B Homes Passed• Incumbents are getting more and more involved: they represent more than 17% of FTTH/B homes passed at June 2010 compared to 15% six months earlier
  11. 11. Photo by Nicolo Ba aravalle What next?
  12. 12. European Region FTTH Forecast 30000 25000 23319 0s seholds, 000 20000 16420 Connected Hous 15000 10665 10000 7200 4872 5000 3333 2399 1584 0 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014Source: Heavy Reading, December 2009Note: Households connected directly to fibre (FTTH) and apartments connected via basement fibre termination (FTTB)
  13. 13. Europe in Context: the Race to Fibre Maturity Country 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Japan Korea China Taiw an Australia USA Canada France Germany Italy UK Spain Sw eden Netherlands EUROPEAN UNION 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Source: Heavy Reading December 2009 Reading,
  14. 14. Business Case & Financing Business Case & Financing aravallePhoto by Nicolo Ba
  15. 15. FTTH Business Case• FTTH networks are future proof• FTTH roll outs are mid- and long-term investments• Three areas for Business Case: • Urban areas with high population density • Rural areas with low population density • “Grey” areas between rural and urban• Important Aspects: • OPEX savings • ( ) (re)use of existing infrastructure g • Legal framework • Competitive environment
  16. 16. FTTH Financing• Public financing • European Investment Bank p • National programs • EU programs (Eastern Europe)• Private Financing • (Investment) banks • Investment funds / pension funds • Private investors
  17. 17. Thank you for y y your attention! www.ftthcouncil.eu

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