FIBRE TO THE COUNTRY:MAKING SUPERFAST RURAL BROADBAND HAPPENNextGen11 Conference – Bristol November 15th – 16th 2011
TABLE OF CONTENTS                    1.  Introducing the Prysmian Group                      Building the future with inno...
PRYSMIAN GROUP – Business Breakdown2010 Sales (€B, pro-forma)    By Business Areas                          By Geographica...
PRYSMIAN GROUP – Partner in work class technology driven projects  Khalifa Burj Tower, Dubai             St. Pancras Stati...
PRYSMIAN GROUP: Global number 1 fibre manufacturerSource: CRU Worldwide Telecom Cables Market Report Plus - August 2011   ...
PRYSMIAN GROUP: Excellent factory footpring in the UK                                                                    •...
PRYSMIAN GROUP: Global No.1 Telecom cable provider     Leading technology              Global Telecom leader              ...
NEXTGEN IN RURAL EUROPEIssues at hand in the European landscape
THE FIBRE-TO-THE-HOME DEPLOYMENT IN EUROPESource: FTTH Council Europe – FTTH Panorama June 2011                           ...
Challenges for Rural Broadband…. Reducing Next Gen cost through InnovationEU Digital Agenda: The EU 2020 target is interne...
GOVERNMENTAL INFLUENCE             France - ARCEP                           Sweden – Swedish Broadband Forum•  France rece...
Three layers of Telecoms…   How are services delivered to the community Building a strong business case            1. New ...
The Business Case of FTTx …How to balance network quality & costsSource: FTTH Council Europe – Business Guide             ...
The Business Case for FTTx …How to balance network quality & costs                                        Passive network ...
THE COST OF AN NG BROADBAND NETWORKCreating clarity about total cost of ownership
Challenges for Rural Broadband…          Reducing NextGen cost through Innovation Is it all about funding?……ü  Define you...
Build a low cost high quality passive network!                            [Finance]                       [Cable]         ...
Design a network                               Plan ahead… to avoid problems in deployment   Reduce CAPEX   Reduce Install...
Design a network            Case Study Kent, United Kingdom - Rural FTTH projectFirst network design;Visual;projected on G...
Challenges for Rural Broadband…. Using existing infrastructures                                    Fibre-to-the-Country Ne...
REDUCING COST THROUGH INNOVATIONSpecific cabling solutions for Rural UK
INNOVATION: FIBRE TECHNOLOGY         straight	  fibre	  as	  reference	       InnovaCve	  Fiber	  Technology	              ...
INNOVATION: Fibre Technology                                            A new world of                                    ...
FIBRE IS APPLIED IN DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE NETWORK                      Application in network                            ...
CASE 1: (France) Our innovative products lead to cost reduction              o  ne         ckb     r ba Issue at handFibe ...
CASE 1: (France) THE NEXT STEPS - Miniaturisation is a trend!            bo ne          ck2007:     r baFibe          2 m ...
CASE 2: (Europe) Blowable duct solutions                 tw ork        e                                                  ...
CASE 2: (Europe) Connectorised blowable cables        art The next step!Drop p    Innovation:                             ...
CASE 3: (UK) Aerial drop connectionsArt.nr.   Fibres    Fibre type5010682   2 Fibre   G.657.A15010681   2 Fibre   G.652.B5...
CASE 3: (UK) Aerial drop connectionsBill-of-Materials (BOM):1x           Fibre Distrubution Hub1,325 m      48f Backbone C...
CASE 3: (NL - Reggefiber) Innovation in Home connections           op       e Dr   Fibr                             Fibre-...
CASE 3: (NL - Reggefiber) RetractaNetXS OSP         Dr  op       e SmartDraw   Fibr                     XS                ...
CASE 4: (FT - France) Indoor FTTH network - VertiCasa™             or      Indoat hand    re Issue                        ...
CASE 4: (FT - France) THE NEXT STEP - Indoor FTTH network                   or           Indo  F ibrePre-connectorised Ris...
SUMMARY          1.  Introducing the Prysmian Group            Building the future with innovation          2.  NextGen ne...
THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION       Mr. Edgar Aker BScEE MScBA       Senior Manager Business Development       Prysmian Gro...
Berkel & RodenrijsRural FTTH development in The Netherlands       Berkel & Rodenrijs is       a small town close to       ...
PARTNER OF THE WORLD S KEY TELECOM PLAYERS                          Fibre-to-the-Country NextGen11 event Bristol | Prysmia...
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NextGen 2011 Edgar Aker PRYSMIAN

  1. 1. FIBRE TO THE COUNTRY:MAKING SUPERFAST RURAL BROADBAND HAPPENNextGen11 Conference – Bristol November 15th – 16th 2011
  2. 2. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.  Introducing the Prysmian Group Building the future with innovation 2.  NextGen networks in Rural Europe Issues at hand in the European landscape 3.  The cost of an NG broadband network Creating clarity about total cost of ownership 4.  Reducing cost through innovation Specific cabling solutions for Rural UK 5.  Summary Fibre-to-the-Country NextGen11 event Bristol | Prysmian Group | November 17, 2011 2 of 34
  3. 3. PRYSMIAN GROUP – Business Breakdown2010 Sales (€B, pro-forma) By Business Areas By Geographical Areas € 7.0 B € 7.0 B (*) Net of intragroup eliminations Fibre-to-the-Country NextGen11 event Bristol | Prysmian Group | November 17, 2011 3 of 30
  4. 4. PRYSMIAN GROUP – Partner in work class technology driven projects Khalifa Burj Tower, Dubai St. Pancras Station, UK Observation satellites Donbass Arena, Ukraine The world s highest and fastest Low smoke zero halogen cable Customised wires & cables Football fans worldwide will enjoy elevator installation provide highest possible safety provide data for climate change EURO 2012 in high definition and standards research 3DTV thanks to 200 km of our cable Fundy Bay, Nova Scotia, Canada SA.PEI, Italy Connecting Australia Project Borwin2, Germany Our submarine composite cables World s deepest (1,630m) High speed communication cables Submarine and land cable help fuel tidal energy for 750,000 & longest (860km) submarine are bringing fibre to 93% of connections link two offshore homes power link connecting the grids of Australia s residential and wind farms to German mainland Sardinia and mainland Italy business premises Fibre-to-the-Country NextGen11 event Bristol | Prysmian Group | November 17, 2011 4 of 30
  5. 5. PRYSMIAN GROUP: Global number 1 fibre manufacturerSource: CRU Worldwide Telecom Cables Market Report Plus - August 2011 Fibre-to-the-Country NextGen11 event Bristol | Prysmian Group | November 17, 2011 5 of 30
  6. 6. PRYSMIAN GROUP: Excellent factory footpring in the UK •  Prysmian Group has a strong legacy in the UK market •  5 production sites around the country •  Active in 5 (sub) market segments: Washington Tyne And Wear –  Trade & Installers (T&I) Wrexham –  Power Distribution (PD) Derby Clwyd –  High Voltage (HV systems) Aberdare Rhondda Cynon Taff –  Marine, Oil & Gas (Surf) –  Telecom Solutions (TS) –  Multimedia & Specials Bishopstoke Eastleigh (MMS) 5 Production sites in the UnitedLegend: Kingdom – 5 Market segments Former Draka Former Prysmian Fibre-to-the-Country NextGen11 event Bristol | Prysmian Group | November 17, 2011 6 of 30
  7. 7. PRYSMIAN GROUP: Global No.1 Telecom cable provider Leading technology Global Telecom leader Innovative products•  Access to proprietary and •  Global market leader, No. 1 •  Clear focus on customer industry-leading PCVD and positions in Brazil, value creating products APVD fibre production Australia, North America •  Bringing you industry technology and Western Europe changing products like the•  Licensed OVD fibre •  Leading in all segments: bend-insensitive production technology •  Telecom Solutions BendBrightXS optical fibre available •  Dedicated Fibre-to-the- - Optical Fibre Cables•  Approx. 600 unique - Connectivity Home (FTTH) systems to inventions corresponding - Copper Telecom Cables build and deploy a passive to more than 1.400 - OPGW Systems access network: XSnet patents •  Multimedia & Specials•  State-of-the-art, developed - Structured Cable (Datacom) in-house cabling - Mobile Network technology FlexTube™ - Signaling cabling - Specialty: Studio & Broadcast, Datacenter cabling etc. •  Optical Fibre Single Mode fibre Multimode fibre Specialty fibre Fibre-to-the-Country NextGen11 event Bristol | Prysmian Group | November 17, 2011 7 of 30
  8. 8. NEXTGEN IN RURAL EUROPEIssues at hand in the European landscape
  9. 9. THE FIBRE-TO-THE-HOME DEPLOYMENT IN EUROPESource: FTTH Council Europe – FTTH Panorama June 2011 Fibre-to-the-Country NextGen11 event Bristol | Prysmian Group | November 17, 2011 9 of 30
  10. 10. Challenges for Rural Broadband…. Reducing Next Gen cost through InnovationEU Digital Agenda: The EU 2020 target is internet speeds of 30 Mb/sfor all European citizens, with 50% (…) subscribing to100Mb/s or higher EU commissioner of Digital Agenda: Neelie Kroes (NL) Governmental National Broadband deployment plans Stable, still with a huge potential Stable, awaiting further development New entrants, dynamic markets Fibre-to-the-Country NextGen11 event Bristol | Prysmian Group | November 17, 2011 10 of 30
  11. 11. GOVERNMENTAL INFLUENCE France - ARCEP Sweden – Swedish Broadband Forum•  France received European •  85% urban, 3% small Commission funding of towns, 12% scattered € 750 million (£ 647M) on Oct. 19 •  Government role: stimulating (...) 2011 for a nationwide Mb/s and creating good conditions (...) to network to bridge the digital divide collaborate and invest in broadband between rural and urban areas •  Broadband is (1) wireless,•  Their national broadband report (2) fixed and potentially Trés Haut Débit incorporates: (3) Satellite – Tranche 1: Urban •  5 actions: – Tranche 2: Smaller cities 1.  FUNCTIONING COMPETITION 2.  PUBLIC-SECTOR PLAYERS IN – Tranche 3: Rural THE MARKET 3.  SPECTRUM USE•  Basic principle: Regulate tranche 4.  RELIABLE ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION NETWORKS 1&2, let funding flow from 1&2 to 5.  BROADBAND THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY support tranche 3 •  Active government involvement:•  Heavy role for ARCEP to ensure –  Deploy shared ducts –  home improvement tax allowance open and non-discriminatory access –  SEK 250 Million (£23.7M) incl. EU funding at adequate prices for Rural Broadband deployments Fibre-to-the-Country NextGen11 event Bristol | Prysmian Group | November 17, 2011 11 of 30
  12. 12. Three layers of Telecoms… How are services delivered to the community Building a strong business case 1. New & Exciting applications that require high bandwidth will drive demand. Service Layer 2. State-of-the-art performance of active equipment improving Active Layer your OPEX (Operating Expenditure). Passive Layer 3. Experience and innovations in the passive network reduce risk and lower CAPEX (Capital Expenditure) Fibre-to-the-Country NextGen11 event Bristol | Prysmian Group | November 17, 2011 12 of 30
  13. 13. The Business Case of FTTx …How to balance network quality & costsSource: FTTH Council Europe – Business Guide Fibre-to-the-Country NextGen11 event Bristol | Prysmian Group | November 17, 2011 13 of 30
  14. 14. The Business Case for FTTx …How to balance network quality & costs Passive network deployments have a cost focus: Capital Expenditure (CAPEX) The one-time costs that are involved in deploying a new Telecom network infrastructure Operational Expenditure (OPEX) The recurring costs of operating the new Telecom network infrastructure, including maintenance, repair and control costs, and f.e. pole / duct access fees Focus on Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) NextGen11 Conference | Prysmian Group | November 15, 2011 of 30 14 of 30 Fibre-to-the-Country NextGen11 event Bristol | Prysmian Group | November 17, 2011
  15. 15. THE COST OF AN NG BROADBAND NETWORKCreating clarity about total cost of ownership
  16. 16. Challenges for Rural Broadband… Reducing NextGen cost through Innovation Is it all about funding?……ü  Define your case object: Size (HP/HC)?, What do you want to do with the network? # Users? Type of Users?ü  Build your business case, find a ROI-model that works for your case.ü  Make a framework design, create different technology scenarios and calculate the financial implications: FTTC vs Wireless; Wireless vs GPON-FTTH; Copper vs P2P-FTTH Fibre-to-the-Country NextGen11 event Bristol | Prysmian Group | November 17, 2011 16 of 30
  17. 17. Build a low cost high quality passive network! [Finance] [Cable] 5% 4% [Connectivity] [Civil  Works] cables Optical fiber 13% Connectivity Products 23% Network Engineering [Engineering] Project Management Network Installation 7% Civil Works +   FTTH Solutions Focus of reducing Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) [Installation] [Project   38% Management] 10% Fibre-to-the-Country NextGen11 event Bristol | Prysmian Group | November 17, 2011 17 of 30
  18. 18. Design a network Plan ahead… to avoid problems in deployment Reduce CAPEX Reduce Installation cost 1. HIGH LEVEL DESIGN DE S IGN   Reduce Civil  Works cost ü  Scenario building of the L GH  LEVE passive infrastructure for1.  HI rvey   esign   OST   the Business Case ite  Su ork  DSoftwareVE  C ü  Cost / Benefit analyses on 2.Using Network tDesign Con  =  SA  S d  Ne w 3.  D etaile OpCmisa the different topologies   et work ü  Mix-and-match technology 4.  N Fibre-to-the-Country NextGen11 event Bristol | Prysmian Group | November 17, 2011 18 of 30
  19. 19. Design a network Case Study Kent, United Kingdom - Rural FTTH projectFirst network design;Visual;projected on Google Maps or GISFinancial;Creates a BoM and BoLFast;Create multiple scenarios, i.e.GPON vs P2POptimisation;Already first design optimisation Fibre-to-the-Country NextGen11 event Bristol | Prysmian Group | November 17, 2011 19 of 30
  20. 20. Challenges for Rural Broadband…. Using existing infrastructures Fibre-to-the-Country NextGen11 event Bristol | Prysmian Group | November 17, 2011 20 of 30
  21. 21. REDUCING COST THROUGH INNOVATIONSpecific cabling solutions for Rural UK
  22. 22. INNOVATION: FIBRE TECHNOLOGY straight  fibre  as  reference   InnovaCve  Fiber  Technology   Crea%ng  customer  value  through   innova%on   The fiber that handles like Copper Standard  G.652D   Backwards compatibility: full compliance to G.652D Reduces CAPEX and OPEX costs; The best choice for Fiber-to-the- Home G.657A2&B2   Bend  InsensiCve  Fibers  (BIF)     (ITU-­‐T  G657A2&B2  standards)   Fibre-to-the-Country NextGen11 event Bristol | Prysmian Group | November 17, 2011 22 of 30
  23. 23. INNOVATION: Fibre Technology A new world of opportunities opens via this technology breakthrough! Fibre-to-the-Country NextGen11 event Bristol | Prysmian Group | November 17, 2011 23 of 30
  24. 24. FIBRE IS APPLIED IN DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE NETWORK Application in network Recommended fibre √  TeraLight (G.655.E & G.656) √  FreeLight (G.655.D, large effective area)(Ultra) Long Haul & Regional Backbone √  RS (G.655.D, reduced slope) Ultra Long Haul & Regional Backbone √  Enhanced SMF (G.652.D low loss) √  TeraLight (G.655.E & G.656) √  FreeLight (G.655.D, large effective area) √  RS (G.655.D, reduced slope) √  Enhanced SMF (G.652.D low loss) Metro- Access Metro √  BendBrightXS (G657.A2/B2) access √  Enhanced SMF (G.652.D) OSP Access Cabinets & POP Closures √  BendBrightXS (G.657.A2/B2) Indoor √  BendBrightXS (G.657.A2/B2) Multi Dwelling Units Business & (MDU) Single √  BendBright-Elite (G.657.B3) Enterprises homes (SDU) Fibre-to-the-Country NextGen11 event Bristol | Prysmian Group | November 17, 2011 24 of 30
  25. 25. CASE 1: (France) Our innovative products lead to cost reduction o ne ckb r ba Issue at handFibe Create customer value through innovation •  Smaller diameter implies more cables per duct •  Current 1,728 fibers allow 2x19 mm cables in a 42 mm calibrated duct (duct 45/50mm) •  Cost savings by reducing size: •  Along 87% of the route, one Ø45 duct is free and available. On the remaining 13%, at least 2 Ø45 38 mm Inner diameter duct ducts have 50% space available. •  New: Now a total of 2,592 fibres (3 cables of 17mm) •  On the overall route, 23.7km requires a single in the same duct. 720 fiber cable at most, and will run in existing •  (OPEX) Cost reduction of 38% (Duct fee reduction) duct space. 2.5km require more than one 720 fiber cable. Reducing CAPEX and OPEX by •  Of this 2.5km, existing duct capacity is enough to cover 1.3km. Digging is required for the occupying less volume within remaining 1.2km. 87% has a Ø45 duct free and available. existing infrastructures. Fibre-to-the-Country NextGen11 event Bristol | Prysmian Group | November 17, 2011 25 of 30
  26. 26. CASE 1: (France) THE NEXT STEPS - Miniaturisation is a trend! bo ne ck2007: r baFibe 2 m 70beEM duejceFs t eun Fxue tcnoy 08 1 m2 fr S F ob aktrtm sg etb ehog20: i l i i ii l t l l ™ 1 m 70beE M sg jceEptgteflbnt o Fxue™20: 8 m2 fr S F ne aktxo h u eeis f etb 09 i il ln i f l 21 mm 1 m 70b BX 20msg aktitm st nw20mo tcnoy01 6 m2 ir BS 0µ nejcest eu e 0 cnehog21: fe i l Fi n r ilgi i r l ~15 mm 18 mm 720 fibre BBXS 200sm single jacket The next step in miniaturization 16 mm Goal: 4 cables in 42/45 duct 14.3 mm Fibre-to-the-Country NextGen11 event Bristol | Prysmian Group | November 17, 2011 26 of 30
  27. 27. CASE 2: (Europe) Blowable duct solutions tw ork e Sirocco®, JetNet® and EaseNet® er n Issue at hand blowable micro-duct systemsFeed •  Simple, well established blowable solutions to fulfill Situation: the need for a flexible fibre system •  A mixed Residential / Business area •  Enabling the customer to scale their passive network to the demands of the end-user without •  low initial take-up rate expected high capital expenditure or extensive network •  No existing Right-of-Way (ROW) in place planning •  Fibre deployment by using compressed air to blow optical cables and EPFUs into micro-ducts •  Three systems Sirocco, JetNet and EaseNet which are interchangeable and complementary -  Sirocco consists of pre-installed micro-ducts in tubes into which blown fibre units (EPFUs) are blown -  JetNet are loose bundled of micro-ducts in a protective duct in which cable and/or mirco-ducts can be blown -  EaseNet are micro-ducts that can be directly buried as a single duct, these thick walled micro-ducts allow for easy branch off to customers – ideal for FTTH Sirocco JetNet EaseNet •  Decision to build a new infrastructure based on ducts; •  Blowing fibre-optic cables or units offers maximum flexibility Fibre-to-the-Country NextGen11 event Bristol | Prysmian Group | November 17, 2011 27 of 30
  28. 28. CASE 2: (Europe) Connectorised blowable cables art The next step!Drop p Innovation: Connectorisation in blowable cables Feature: The ferrule of the connector is installed during cable production (industrialised process). Advantage: Easy connection by snapping on the connector-housing. No splicing is required on customer premises Benefit: Reduction of (skilled) labor costs.. Prysmian ReadyConnect Blowable preconnectorised cables Fibre-to-the-Country NextGen11 event Bristol | Prysmian Group | November 17, 2011 28 of 30
  29. 29. CASE 3: (UK) Aerial drop connectionsArt.nr. Fibres Fibre type5010682 2 Fibre G.657.A15010681 2 Fibre G.652.B5010683 4 Fibre G.657.A15009935 4 Fibre G.652.B5010684 12 Fibre G.657.A15009936 12 Fibre G.652.B Fibre-to-the-Country NextGen11 event Bristol | Prysmian Group | November 17, 2011 29 of 30
  30. 30. CASE 3: (UK) Aerial drop connectionsBill-of-Materials (BOM):1x Fibre Distrubution Hub1,325 m 48f Backbone Cable20x 8 Way CLJ’s85 x 25 m LIA’s22 x 50 m LIA’s6x 75 m LIA’s Connectorised Lead-in Joint (CLJ)48f Distribution cable 6 x 8f elements Fibre Distribution Hub (FDH) Lead-in Assembly (LIA) Fibre-to-the-Country NextGen11 event Bristol | Prysmian Group | November 17, 2011 30 of 30
  31. 31. CASE 3: (NL - Reggefiber) Innovation in Home connections op e Dr Fibr Fibre-to-the-Country NextGen11 event Bristol | Prysmian Group | November 17, 2011 31 of 30
  32. 32. CASE 3: (NL - Reggefiber) RetractaNetXS OSP Dr op e SmartDraw Fibr XS Steps of the Retraction technique 1 LAY the RetractaNet cable from the Outside Distribution Point (ODP) along a main trench. 2 OPEN the RetractaCable with a knife or using the custom cutting tool; The RetractaNetXS Tapping Box should be installed at all 3 openings. CUT the designated module or modules at the opening furthest from the access point. RETRACT ( pull back ) the cut module or modules to the chosen location, using the SmartDrawXS Tool to pull and store the retracted length. The 4 opening is protected by the RetractaNetXS Tapping Box. PUSH and/or BLOW: the extracted module or modules into a pre-laid micro-duct running 5 from the main cable to the customer premises. Fibre-to-the-Country NextGen11 event Bristol | Prysmian Group | November 17, 2011 32 of 30
  33. 33. CASE 4: (FT - France) Indoor FTTH network - VertiCasa™ or Indoat hand re Issue VertiCasa™ Fib•  XSnet Indoor: The part of the 2OPEN network from the basement to the front door•  A quick connection at a low 1INSTALL total cost (labour & material) 3 CUT 4 RETRACT 5 PUSH Fibre-to-the-Country NextGen11 event Bristol | Prysmian Group | November 17, 2011 33 of 30
  34. 34. CASE 4: (FT - France) THE NEXT STEP - Indoor FTTH network or Indo F ibrePre-connectorised Riser Cables•  Plug & play in the basement or entry point of an MDU•  Reduces the labour hours and complexity of installation•  High quality terminations are done in the factory and tested•  Simplifies a multi-operator network Schematic•  Allows patching between operators within the buildingBenefit: Simplifies installation & eliminates splicing Fibre-to-the-Country NextGen11 event Bristol | Prysmian Group | November 17, 2011 34 of 30
  35. 35. SUMMARY 1.  Introducing the Prysmian Group Building the future with innovation 2.  NextGen networks in Rural Europe Issues at hand in the European landscape 3.  The cost of an NG broadband network Creating clarity on total cost of ownership 4.  Reducing cost through innovation Specific cabling solutions for Rural UK 5.  Summary Fibre-to-the-Country NextGen11 event Bristol | Prysmian Group | November 17, 2011 35 of 34
  36. 36. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION Mr. Edgar Aker BScEE MScBA Senior Manager Business Development Prysmian Group – Telecom Solutions E. edgar.aker@prysmiangroup.com M. +31 (0) 6 13 588 491 T. +31 (0) 20 568 4962
  37. 37. Berkel & RodenrijsRural FTTH development in The Netherlands Berkel & Rodenrijs is a small town close to Rotterdam in the western part of the Netherlands. The municipality has apopulation of 23,000 andcovers an area of 18.91 km²(7.30 square miles) of which0.29 km² (0.11 squaremiles) consists of canals andwaterways. This small Dutchcommunity completeda successful fibreoptic rollout to 6,000homes. Fibre-to-the-Country NextGen11 event Bristol | Prysmian Group | November 17, 2011 37 of 30
  38. 38. PARTNER OF THE WORLD S KEY TELECOM PLAYERS Fibre-to-the-Country NextGen11 event Bristol | Prysmian Group | November 17, 2011 38 of 30

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