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Session 8: FTTH – The Market View (II)                   Joeri Van Bogaert                   Chair Business Committee     ...
Session FTTH – The Market title style  Header 8: to edit Master View (II)     Click                                Speaker...
Session FTTH – The Market title style  Header 8: to edit Master View (II)     Click  Session Outline   •    Is FTTH really...
Session FTTH – The Market title style      Header 8: to edit Master View (II)         Click•     Costs for obtaining the E...
Session FTTH – The Market title style      Header 8: to edit Master View (II)         Click•     The Positive Effects of F...
Session FTTH – The Market title style      Header 8: to edit Master View (II)         Click•     Projects Regulatory Polic...
Session FTTH – The Market title style      Header 8: to edit Master View (II)         Click•     New Paradigms for NGA Net...
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Session FTTH – The Market title style      Header 8: to edit Master View (II)         Click•     Practical information:   ...
www.ftthcouncil.eu
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  1. 1. Session 8: FTTH – The Market View (II) Joeri Van Bogaert Chair Business Committee FTTH Council Europe
  2. 2. Session FTTH – The Market title style Header 8: to edit Master View (II) Click Speaker 1: Raf Meersman Speaker 2: Benoit Felten CEO Comsof CEO Diffraction Analyses Moderator: Joeri Van Bogaert Chair Business Committee FTTH Council Europe Speaker 3: Dr. Christian Koboldt Speaker 4: Olivier Duroyon Partner DotEcon Director Public Affairs Alcatel-Lucent2/25/2013 2
  3. 3. Session FTTH – The Market title style Header 8: to edit Master View (II) Click Session Outline • Is FTTH really too expensive to allow a viable business model? Or can the availability of FTTH even increase the value of investments, e.g. in real estate projects? And should fibre networks be seen in the same way as existing copper networks? Or are there new paradigms that make a real difference? All those questions will be answered by the high-level experts in this session through following presentations followed by a Q&A session: 1. Costs for obtaining the EU-2020 Broadband Target in Germany - Applying the FTTH Council Europe Cost Model on a Specific Country 2. The Positive Effects of FTTH for Real Estate Projects 3. Regulatory Policy and the Roll-Out of Fibre-to-the-Home Networks 4. New Paradigms for NGA Networks2/25/2013 3
  4. 4. Session FTTH – The Market title style Header 8: to edit Master View (II) Click• Costs for obtaining the EU-2020 Broadband Target in Germany - Applying the FTTH Council Europe Cost Model on a Specific Country• Biography: After obtaining his Master Degree in Electronic Engineering in 1999 at Ghent University, Raf Meersman started his career at Comsof, a spin- off company of Ghent University, as a consultant. Raf Meersman In 2005, Raf became Chief Technology Officer at Comsof. In this role he CEO Comsof was responsible for the research and development of FiberPlanIT, Comsof’s optimisation engine for FTTx network planning and coordinated also several of the consultancy projects for customers such as Belgacom, Sky, Cablecom, Ultrafast and several municipalities in Europe. Raf is also a regular speaker at international conferences and (co- )author of several papers in the field of techno-economic topics. In October 2012, Raf became shareholder and CEO of the company. 2/25/2013 4
  5. 5. Session FTTH – The Market title style Header 8: to edit Master View (II) Click• The Positive Effects of FTTH for Real Estate Projects• Biography: CEO and co-founder of Diffraction Analysis, Benoît Felten is a recognized expert on issues related to Next-Generation-Access. Felten’s expertise focuses on NGAN in terms of architecture, relevant vendor strategies as well as new service opportunities for ISPs, carriers, and MSOs. Before starting Diffraction Analysis, Felten was a Benoit Felten Director of Access Network Research at Yankee Group where he led CEO Diffraction Analyses the company’s research efforts in the NGA field. Prior to Yankee Group, Felten was at Arcome, a French telecom consultancy and analysis firm where he managed and carried out numerous high- profile consultancy projects for operators and vendors in continental Europe and North Africa. Felten lives in Paris. He complements his day job by blogging about the economic and social impacts of next generation access on Fiberevolution and tweets under the handle of @fiberguy. 2/25/2013 5
  6. 6. Session FTTH – The Market title style Header 8: to edit Master View (II) Click• Projects Regulatory Policy and the Roll-Out of Fibre-to-the-Home Networks• Biography: Christian Koboldt is a Partner and co-founder of DotEcon, an economic consulting firm with a strong focus on network industries. A former academic economist, he provides advice in competition and litigation cases and regulatory consultations. He also advises clients on, policy Dr. Christian Koboldt issues, market and auction design and business strategy. Partner DotEcon Christian was responsible for a report commissioned by the FTTH council Europe and completed last year that looked at how regulatory policy affects roll out of fibre to the home, and what regulators and policy makers could do to promote the deployment of fibre, and he has written a report for the ITUs broadband series looking at competition and regulation in a converged broadband world. 2/25/2013 6
  7. 7. Session FTTH – The Market title style Header 8: to edit Master View (II) Click• New Paradigms for NGA Networks• Biography: Olivier Duroyon is working in the Public Affairs headquarter’s team of Alcatel-Lucent, where he is in charge of Wireline and Wireless regulatory aspects and public policies– like Spectrum, Small Cells, Next Generation Access, Internet sustainability, Cyber-Security. He also brings his experience on government-driven projects around the Olivier Duroyon Director Public Affairs world. Alcatel-Lucent Prior to Alcatel-Lucent he was investment manager at the Caisse des depots, a public financial institution, bringing support to the digital projects of French local authorities. At the beginning of his career, Olivier Duroyon has spent ten years in R&D, Product Line Management and Marketing for several Telecom equipment vendors in the field of Internetworking and optical networking. 2/25/2013 7
  8. 8. Session FTTH – The Market title style Header 8: to edit Master View (II) Click Thank you for your attention! Any Questions?2/25/2013 8
  9. 9. Session FTTH – The Market title style Header 8: to edit Master View (II) Click Speaker 1: Raf Meersman Speaker 2: Benoit Felten CEO Comsof CEO Diffraction Analyses Moderator: Joeri Van Bogaert Chair Business Committee FTTH Council Europe Speaker 3: Dr. Christian Koboldt Speaker 4: Olivier Duroyon Partner DotEcon Director Public Affairs Alcatel-Lucent2/25/2013 9
  10. 10. Session FTTH – The Market title style Header 8: to edit Master View (II) Click• Practical information: *Don’t miss the World of Applications Dome, where you can experience hands-on demos of FTTH-enabled services and applications. *Access the Mobile App for this event (www.ftth2013app.eu) *The Twitter Hashtag for the event is #ftth2013 Both mobile app and hashtag details are on the back of the conference brochure! *Don’t forget to hand in your evaluation forms when you leave the conference, and get this years collector’s T-shirt. 2/25/2013 10
  11. 11. www.ftthcouncil.eu
  12. 12. Session FTTH – The Market title style Header 8: to edit Master View (II) Click• Q&A • Raf • "To what extent is this model for Germany transferable to calculate detailed costs for other EU countries? What kind of adaptations would be needed? And what about the required input GIS data?” • "What is the level of accuracy of the sample calculations? To what extent is this accuracy related to the required time to calculate such a large dataset?” • Benoit • why dont we have quantified gains for real estate players on things like rent and sales prices ? • why isnt there more awareness of these benefits from real-estate players ? • Christian • Is there simply not enough willingness to pay for superfast services? • With all the attention that regulators have given the investment in super-fast broadband, what have they missed? 2/25/2013 12

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