Karel Helsen - FTTH Europe Council

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Karel Helsen - FTTH Europe Council

  1. 1. Karel Helsen President
  2. 2. Content • FTTH Council Europe • FTTH Market: – FTTH Worldwide – FTTH in Europe – FTTH Market Forecast • FTTH Council regulatory position • Building a Sustainable Future • Conclusion
  3. 3. FTTH Council Europe
  4. 4. FTTH Council Europe
  5. 5. FTTH Council Europe
  6. 6. FTTH Worldwide
  7. 7. FTTH Worldwide June 2009 >4M 2M >30 M ...and FTTH continues to grow
  8. 8. Global FTTH/FTTB Ranking • 13 European economies in the Global Ranking • But big economies like Germany, France, UK etc. are missing • If European Union would be seen as one economy (like USA) then only 0.6% penetration and no mentioning in Global Ranking
  9. 9. FTTH in Europe
  10. 10. FTTH in Europe Status June 2009 • 2.0 Mio. subscribers, 13 Mio. homes passed (excluding Russia) • 3/4 of subscribers in just 6 countries • 241 projects in Europe; Majority of projects are driven by municipalities and utility companies Source: FTTH-Council Europe/IDATE 2009
  11. 11. FTTH in Europe: Ranking • In the ranking: – Sweden: early adopter, high acceptance for telecommunication, mainly utilities and municipalities – Norway: driven by Lyse as new entrant focusing on FTTH – Slovenia: clear committment to FTTH from government, incumbent and alternative operator – Denmark: driven by utility companies – Netherlands: KPN/Reggefiber • In the “acceleration pipe”: – France: clear committment from government + main operators to go for FTTH – Portugal: main operators decided for FTTH this January – Greece: governmental plan for FTTH – UK: BT Open Reach and new entrants Source: FTTH-Council Europe/IDATE 2009
  12. 12. FTTH in Europe • 42% of subscribers on FTTH (from 52.8% in December 2008) • 58% of subscribers on FTTB (from 47.2% in December 2008) • 71% of Homes Passed are MDUs • 39% of Homes Passed are SDUs New FTTH/B subscribers between December 08 and June 09 100 000 90 000 80 000 70 000 60 000 Heavy Reading on FTTH 50 000 maturity: 40 000 30 000 •USA are 4 years ahead of 20 000 Europe 10 000 0 •Japan is 8-10 years ahead An lic G and k C m ze A ia a Be a l Po d om d Sl nd Po ny ia Sw sia he a An d C a Fi ly itz ain nd Es a s D ce ga R tria rra rra en Li ay ar n ni ni n i an ru i ub an i ak N en iu Ita at tv a la a Europe la an m la ua rtu to w do do us ed Sw Sp lg yp rl ch us m ro La nl el ov Ire ep ov en or er Fr th R er Ic Sl N R et C
  13. 13. European Ranking Majority architecture EU Ranking Penetration Penetration (FTTH or June 2009 Countries FTTH/B subs June 2009 December 2008 FTTB) 1 Sweden 478.900 10,9% 9,1% 50/50 2 Norway 204.550 10,2% 9,0% FTTH 3 Slovenia 62.000 8,9% 7,3% FTTH 4 Andorra 3.315 6,6% 3,0% FTTH 5 Denmark 143.700 5,7% 3,6% FTTH 6 Iceland 6.000 5,6% 4,4% FTTH 7 Lithuania 45.000 3,3% 1,7% FTTH 8 Netherlands 174.500 2,5% 2,4% FTTH 9 Slovakia 54.000 2,5% new entrant FTTH 10 Finland 60.120 2,4% 1,9% 50/50 Penetration June 2009 12,0% 10,0% 8,0% 6,0% 4,0% 2,0% 0,0%
  14. 14. European FTTH Forecast 20548 20000 Connected Households, 000s 15000 13302 10000 8678 5649 5000 3665 2379 1604 0 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
  15. 15. FTTH Council Europe & Regulation
  16. 16. FTTH Council Europe Positions • FTTH Council Europe… – wants a regulation in place which accelerates FTTH investments – is in favour of infrastructure competition (although impact might be limited due to lack of business case) – is in favour of a gradation of remedies (but not at the expense of infrastructure competition in regions where this is possible) – sees geographical segmentation as a mechanism to implement an effective gradation – is open for co-operative solutions as well as for multi-fibre approach (but incentives have to facilitate and encourage co-operative solutions) – is concerned that using wholesale access prices as the mechanism to achieve investment may fail (specifically bit stream access as this might stop entrants to invest because wholesale prices could be relatively cheap)
  17. 17. Geographical segmentation
  18. 18. Building a Sustainable Future
  19. 19. FTTH Impacts our Lives eLearning Web 2.0 eHealth eEntertainment Teleworking Societal eBusiness eHome Environmental eGovernment
  20. 20. FTTH & Sustainability • FTTH has a positive impact on our: – Society and Quality of Life – Economy Sustainability – Environment
  21. 21. Conclusion
  22. 22. Conclusion Building a FTTH network is: Creating a Sustainable platform, which: Contributes to building a Sustainable Future. Let‘s start today!
  23. 23. FTTH COUNCIL EUROPE Thank you for your attention!

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