FTTH Conference 2009 Le Manche FTTH Project

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FTTH Conference 2009 Le Manche FTTH Project

  1. 1. Real Broadband in la Manche FTTH project FTTH Council Europe
  2. 2. La Manche : part of Normandy
  3. 3. Economic aspects : 500 000 inhabitants, 15 000 companies, strong nuclear plant and factories (4th generation « EPR » nuclear plant) deep plant), history (Normand’s conquerors, 2nd World War overland), touristic county Real R l IT clusters : lt • Fiberoptical cluster (Acome, Novea, Manche Numérique…) • European « Electronic Secture Transactions » cluster (Philips, Orange, CEV, Gemalto, Manche Numérique…) O CEV G lt M h N éi ) • Local public new IT services (Manche Numérique : local authorities) L Manche IT development La M h d l t • 4 000 IT employees (several hundreds more each year) • 1.0 GIP per year (UE analysis, 2006) • 45% competitivity growth for companies (OECD analysis, 2006)
  4. 4. La Manche : ICT county ! 500 000 inhabitants, 5000 km km² 100% local authorities joined to create Manche Numérique, the ICT dedicated public local authority 18 employees A strong political will for La Manche Internet Society
  5. 5. Public investisment impact on unbundling
  6. 6. La Manche unbundling in 2008 Unbundling everywhere >25% lines with at least 4 unbundled offers.
  7. 7. Wifi mesh network WiFiMax 215 BS > 1700 customers 50 to 200 households without broadband accessibility
  8. 8. 2 MB/s broadband access in La Manche
  9. 9. Bridging digital divide in La Manche 24 millions euros public investments (and 75 M€ private investments) i t t) Competition : 10 ISP on th network the t k 95% DSL lines unbundled (100% in one year) => triple play Broadband coverage ADSL2+ solutions in all telephonic centers The biggest (mesh) Wifi network in Europe (more than 200 gg ( ) p( base stations; 4 000 km²; 2 ISP) : 2 Mb/s for everyone (99,97% 2 Mb/s access; 80 households without 2 Mb/s broadband access today => additionnal deployments) > 15% inhabitants FTTH connected 25% business areas in FTTH (1400 km fiberoptical network)
  10. 10. Real broadband in 2008 : with or without Manche Numérique 99,98% of population 100% with broadband 80% accessibility (>2Mb/s) 60% 15% population with 40% real broadband 20% accessibility (FTTH) 0% 0,5 Mbit/s , 1 Mbit/s 2 Mbit/s 10 Mbit/s 100 Mbit/s Sans Manche Numérique 1000 Avec Manche Numérique Mbit/s
  11. 11. FTTH sights in France in 2013 : La Manche, the major rural project
  12. 12. FTTH deployments 33% La Manche inhabitants fiber connected in 2013 (15% today): 60 000 additionnal households (total : 85 000 households) • 40 000 in major La Manche cities (>5 000 inhabitants) • 15 000 in rural separated areas (« dig = ducts ») • 5 000 in one specific rural area Public network Global investment : 48 Millions € Private investments : 75% P2P network open to xPON technologies network, Real FTTH architecture (1:1, to the house or appartment) Main french telcos : SFR today (negociations with Orange, Free, Numericable ?)
  13. 13. FTTH 2013 project Public sites fiber-connected fiber connected 100% secondary schools Major public sites Business areas 20 major wide business areas already fiber- connected (to the building of each company) 20 new business areas added in 2013 bi dd d i
  14. 14. Manche Numérique 2004 - 2008
  15. 15. Philippe Le Grand Manche Numérique Philippe.le.grand@manchenumerique.fr +33 2 33 77 83 63

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