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Tech Framework for e-Inclusion_Prakash_Cisco - Presentation by Mr Prakash Kumar

  1. 1. Tech Framework for e-Inclusion<br />Prakash Kumar<br />Cisco Internet Business Solutions Group<br />e-Revolution Chandigarh September, 2011<br />
  2. 2. Steam Engine Railway Electricity Automobiles ICT<br />
  3. 3. Exchange of Goods and Information and Growth of Cities <br />Along the rivers<br />
  4. 4. Then Cities Grew Along Railway Routes<br />
  5. 5. Exchange of Goods and Information and Growth of Cities <br />Along the rivers<br />Along Railways Routes<br />Along Major Highways<br />When information can come to your premises?<br />How has it disrupted the traditional way of doing business?<br />What should we do to leverage it for our development (industry, society, government etc)<br />How does it lead to inclusion?<br />
  6. 6. Globally, NBN has proved itself as a catalyst for overall economic competitiveness<br />Co-relation of national broadband penetration to economic competitiveness<br /><ul><li>While high correlation does not imply causality, several studies have demonstrated the impact of NBN on economic growth
  7. 7. For example, The World Bank and OECD estimate 1.2-1.4% economic growth for every 10% increase in penetration</li></ul>Correlation coefficient= 0.77<br />Global competi-tiveness<br />index1<br />Germany, USA, Sweden, Austria, Japan<br />Philippines, India , Indonesia, Vietnam, <br />Broadband penetration, 2010 (% PP)<br />1. WEF index based on a range of parameters – economic, technology, social, etc.<br />SOURCE: OECD, Pyramid Research, World Economic Forum, IBSG SP Analysis<br />
  8. 8. Considering its significance, huge investments have been made or planned on National Broadband Network programs worldwide<br />Bubble size= Govt. spend<br />NBN coverage, speed offered and extent of government spend<br />South Korea (~$1.5B)<br />Singapore (~$1B)<br />Japan<br />Various models of govt. engagement/ funding (low-Sweden vs. high-Australia)<br />Australia (~$25B)<br />NZ<br />France<br />USA (~$7B)<br />Spain<br />Finland<br />Greece<br />Germany<br />Estonia<br />Slovakia<br />Austria<br />UK<br />Malaysia<br />India (~$6-12B1)<br />Lithuania<br />Bangladesh <br />($ 450 mil)<br />Brazil<br />20<br />100<br />40<br />60<br />80<br /> 1. Per TRAI report, investt. of Rs. 28K-60Kcrores<br />SOURCE: EIU, TRAI, OECD, Cisco IBSG SP analysis<br />
  9. 9. Internet: The Next Highway<br />Internet is the next river of information and knowledge<br />Should its penetration remain at 7%?<br />Even where available its quality is like our rural roads/state highways<br />NoFN plans to cover 250,000 Panchayats by 2014<br />What about our cities where Internet is not available in all localities? Cities and Towns where SMBs are located.<br />Should it be left to Telephone companies?<br />
  10. 10. SMBs: How ICT helps them<br />
  11. 11. Broadband is the New Critical City Infrastructure<br />Infrastructure that provides intelligence<br />Infrastructure that is used intelligently<br />Infrastructure which is as important as Bijli, Sadak and Paani.<br />Physical and virtual environment are intertwined<br />Location freedom of social and economic activities<br />
  12. 12. 2004<br />2009<br />2005<br />2006<br />2007<br />2008<br />2011<br />2012<br />2013<br />2010<br />1 Trillion<br />300 Million Device<br />Evolution of the internet<br />400M devices connected - cars, buildings, hospitals, schools, government…everything is connected! <br />Source: Forrester Research, Cisco<br />Everything is Connected<br />
  13. 13. 4 key areas enabled by High Bandwidth Internet<br />Description<br />Enabler<br />Example country<br />Human <br />capital <br />development<br />Infrastructure development<br />Infotainment<br />And Service <br />Delivery<br />Innovation<br /><ul><li>Remote delivery of education
  14. 14. Job opportunities
  15. 15. Skills enhancement
  16. 16. Remote access to healthcare
  17. 17. South Korea, Singapore, Malaysia
  18. 18. Smart cities/ smart grids
  19. 19. Transportation management
  20. 20. Remote access to utility needs
  21. 21. USA, Singapore, Switzerland, Germany
  22. 22. Information and best practice sharing (ranging from e.g., financial services, e-governance, agri-techniques)
  23. 23. Entertainment (e.g., IPTV, local radio content)
  24. 24. Singapore, Japan, South Korea
  25. 25. Connected home/ office/ communities (researchers, product development, anytime anywhere/ anytime collaboration)
  26. 26. Argentina, Philippines</li></ul>SOURCE: IDA, Dept of IT of South Korea, Singapore, Argentina, Cisco IBSG SP analysis<br />
  27. 27. Cities realize importance of ICT & smart cities<br />
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  29. 29. Fiber to the Home Investment Example First Year<br />Actives<br />Other Services<br />Installation<br />Hardware<br />FO Cable<br />Civil Works<br />Source: Corning, FTTH Council Europe.<br />
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  31. 31. Operating model<br />Selected operating models for NBN<br />1<br />3<br />2<br />4<br />Equal access<br />Utility<br />Passive <br />infrastructure<br />Vertically integrated<br />Netco <br />+ <br />OpCo <br />+ <br />RSP<br />(single entity)<br />RSP<br />RSP<br />RSP<br />RSP<br />RSP<br />RSP<br />Access, services <br />and content<br />Opco <br />+<br />RSP<br />Opco <br />+<br />RSP<br />Opco<br />+<br />RSP<br />Active network (backbone & access)<br />Opco<br />Opco <br />+ <br />NetCo <br />(single entity)<br />Passive network (ducts, dark fiber)<br />Netco utility or orchestrated PPP<br />Netco utility or PPP<br />Example<br /><ul><li>Singapore, France
  32. 32. Australia, Brazil, South Africa
  33. 33. Malaysia
  34. 34. Korea, Japan</li></ul>Risk leverage<br />Requirement for market shaping<br />Equal access backed by govt. led SPV/ utility model potentially more relevant for India, considering low monetization capability/ need for high market shaping (rural areas)<br />SOURCE: Cisco IBSG SP analysis<br />
  35. 35. What Next<br /> Punjab, which led green revolution and SMB revolution should lead this revolution as well<br />E-enable its SMB in particular and people in general creating Smart and Connected Communities<br />
  36. 36. Smart+Connected Communities<br />Running a Village, City, Community, Country, the World <br />on Networked Information<br />Sustainability Services Delivered by Technology<br />Environmental<br />Economic<br />Social<br />Protecting the worldfor future generations<br />Continuous job and business growth<br />Enhanced quality of life for citizens<br />
  37. 37. Smart+Connected Communities<br />Health<br />Retail<br />School<br />Telecom<br />Utilities<br />Safety & Security<br />Sports & Leisure<br />Travel<br />Office<br />Home<br />Government<br />Building<br />Emergency Response<br />Transportation<br />COMMUNITY+CONNECT<br />(Citizen Services)<br />COMMUNITY+EXCHANGE<br />(Integrated Operations Centers)<br />SERVICE DELIVERY PLATFORM<br />
  38. 38. Smart+Connected CommunitiesService Delivery Platform + Smart Solutions<br />Smart Solutions<br />Connected Citizen Services<br />Connected Safety and Security<br />Connected Transportation<br />Connected Real Estate<br />Connected Utilities<br />Partner Solutions<br />Business<br />Citizen<br />Service Provider<br />City/Provincial/Federal Government<br />Smart Platform(SDP+Smart Solutions)<br />Solutions and Innovations Centre<br />The Network As the Platform<br />

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