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Broadband Summit 1

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Presentation given to the Herefordshire Broadband Summit on Friday, August 6th 2010.

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Broadband Summit 1

  1. 1. Welcome<br />Herefordshire Broadband Summit<br />
  2. 2. Introduction<br />Jesse Norman MP<br />Herefordshire Broadband Summit<br />
  3. 3. Rutland Has Fast Broadband Now<br />Dr David Lewis<br />Herefordshire Broadband Summit<br />
  4. 4.
  5. 5. Rural broadband opportunities & challengesLyddington case study<br />
  6. 6. <ul><li>Small computer services company
  7. 7. Exploited the Undertakings to become LLUO
  8. 8. Delved further into SLU
  9. 9. Full Metallic Path facilities (MPF)
  10. 10. VDSL + VOIP/POTS
  11. 11. 1st UK commercial deployment – Lyddington
  12. 12. Innovative and shaping policy
  13. 13. Big Society model</li></li></ul><li>Main elements in SLU/FTTC<br /><ul><li>Rural demand – niche opportunity
  14. 14. Capital cost of deployment: cabinet, power, backhaul, connection fees. Highly variable.
  15. 15. Running cost – viability threshold
  16. 16. Local service & support
  17. 17. Presence of PCP & accuracy of PCP data
  18. 18. Planning permission
  19. 19. Technical/regulatory issues</li></li></ul><li>PCP Lyddington (Uppingham TE) <br />
  20. 20. Exchange<br />PCP<br />
  21. 21.
  22. 22.
  23. 23.
  24. 24.
  25. 25.
  26. 26.
  27. 27.
  28. 28.
  29. 29.
  30. 30.
  31. 31. Stoke Dry – Thomas <br /><ul><li> 5km from exchange
  32. 32. 2km from PCP
  33. 33. ADSL Max 0.3Mbps
  34. 34. VDSL 12-15Mbps
  35. 35. Profile 8c with power backoff (CAL)
  36. 36. Number ported into VoIP
  37. 37. Streaming iPlayer demonstrated
  38. 38. Fastest broadband for a house furthest from a UK telephone exchange</li></li></ul><li>
  39. 39.
  40. 40. Exchange<br />Thomas - trial<br />PCP<br />
  41. 41. SLU Viability @ 50 customers<br /><ul><li>Capital outlay: £45,000 (£20,000 ECCs)
  42. 42. Running cost: backhaul, power, MPF rental <£20/month
  43. 43. Revenue from line rental and broadband £25/month
  44. 44. Revenue from calls
  45. 45. Revenue from data e.g. streaming video 2.5Mbps 4hrs/day =136GB/month
  46. 46. Revenue from computer services
  47. 47. Revenue from key business: leased-line emulation
  48. 48. Future possibilities: FTTH, ANFP exemption</li></li></ul><li>Challenges<br /><ul><li>Capital outlay: Lyddington <£250/premises (£1000)
  49. 49. Digital Britain report: up to £1750/premises
  50. 50. Galvanising local support
  51. 51. Openreach un-innovative
  52. 52. PCP location
  53. 53. PCP data
  54. 54. Power supply
  55. 55. Cabinet aesthetics
  56. 56. Technical/regulatory issues
  57. 57. Access to ducts & poles
  58. 58. Alternatives to Openreach</li></li></ul><li>Wireless Backhaul<br /><ul><li> Alternative to fibre
  59. 59. 5.8GHz spectrum – 25 miles LOS
  60. 60. 100Mbps with basic equipment
  61. 61. Rural exchanges (cable-link)</li></li></ul><li>
  62. 62. PCP - planning<br />
  63. 63. PCP - pavement width<br />
  64. 64. Rural broadband niche opportunity<br /><ul><li>Too small & specialised for major ISPs
  65. 65. Bigger bandwidth & PAYG data is the future
  66. 66. Holistic approach – internal wiring, computer services, VoIP-QOS, 5.8GHz wireless, pushing boundaries with regulators
  67. 67. Future opportunities e.g. SKY TV, FTTH, Medical monitoring
  68. 68. Private/public investment - payback</li></li></ul><li>
  69. 69.
  70. 70. "Local infrastructure projects - such as the work that Rutland Telecom is doing - have a key role to play in the roll-out of next generation broadband; helping speed up the availability of new services in remote areas. We congratulate Rutland Telecom on what has been achieved so far and will be watching their future projects with interest“Stephen Carter: Department for Business Enterprise and Regulatory Reform <br />
  71. 71. A personal message from Stephen Fry“Sorry I can’t be there on the big launch day but I just wanted to send my personal support. I am old enough to remember the great postal strike of 1970 or 71 when Rutland issued its own postage stamps. This is a far more important step.I am fantastically impressed by the enterprise, initiative and technical savvy of Rutland Telecom and wish them well here in Uppingham and in the wider UK beyond”<br />
  72. 72. speed you can believe in!<br /><ul><li>Rural broadband consultants
  73. 73. Specialist area SLU
  74. 74. Regulatory issues
  75. 75. Selected UK projects
  76. 76. Private investment
  77. 77. Wholesale model</li></ul> rutlandtelecom.co.uk<br />
  78. 78. Herefordshire Broadband Summit<br />Delivering in Herefordshire NOW - the allpay way<br />Tony Killeen, Jon Land<br />and Anni Holden<br />
  79. 79. BroadbandGet a fast and reliable broadband servicewww.allpaybroadband.com01432 852 554<br />6 August 2010<br />
  80. 80. Committed to making a difference to our community<br />6 August 2010<br />allpay is committed to managing its growth responsibly so it can continue to make a positive contribution to the community and to the environment, as well the workplace…<br />allpay public<br />
  81. 81. About allpay<br />6 August 2010<br />Not satisfied with just providing a range of payment solutions, allpay has set about enabling more communities across Herefordshire to surf the web using allpay Broadband…<br />allpay public<br />
  82. 82. Broadband access in more communities<br />6 August 2010<br />allpay recognises that many households, mostly in rural areas, are receiving only limited or no broadband service due to their location…<br />
  83. 83. Italian inspiration<br />6 August 2010<br />Following a successful trial in rural Italy, the allpay Broadband project was pitched to the council and the Diocese…<br />allpay public<br />
  84. 84. Support from the Diocese<br />6 August 2010<br />The Diocese has offered support in principle for the use of church towers to build a broadband network across rural Herefordshire communities…<br />
  85. 85. Committed to helping you access the internet…<br />6 August 2010<br />Working together with churches, allpay will offer fast and reliable internet access across the Diocese…<br />allpay public<br />
  86. 86. Fast and reliable<br />6 August 2010<br />allpay Broadband provides a reliable connection to the internet with speeds of up to 2Mb…<br />allpay public<br />
  87. 87. Faster speeds in the future<br />6 August 2010<br />But allpay is working on offering communities 4Mb and beyond in the future…<br />
  88. 88. Get switched on and up to speed<br />6 August 2010<br />Visit:www.allpaybroadband.comCall:01432 852554<br />Want to discover the difference allpay Broadband could make to your home or business? <br />
  89. 89. allpay’s mission is to make the impossible possible for our company, for our employees, for our clients,for everyone<br />6 August 2010<br />
  90. 90. Herefordshire Broadband Summit<br />Crossing the Digital DivideIn Remote Northumberland<br />James Saunby<br />
  91. 91. Northumberland<br />Uplands<br />Rural Community Broadband<br />
  92. 92. Northumberland Uplands<br />
  93. 93. Northumberland Uplands<br />Area: 3,042 km2<br />Population: 32,600<br />
  94. 94. Northumberland Uplands<br />Area: 3,042 km2<br />Population: 32,600<br />
  95. 95. Essential<br />
  96. 96. Life Changing<br />
  97. 97. Fontburn<br />
  98. 98. Fontburn<br />“We were seriously thinking that we had made a mistake coming to live here and would have to move house to an area with a better connection.”<br />
  99. 99. Fontburn<br />“We cannot stress enough how much we need this service... the thought of going back to the ‘dark ages’ is unbearable.”<br />
  100. 100. Rural Community Broadband<br /><ul><li> 2 Mbps for “all”.
  101. 101. Reliable connection.
  102. 102. Sustainable.
  103. 103. Full ISP access.
  104. 104. WiFi at key tourism locations.
  105. 105. NGA in market towns.</li></ul>£250,000<br />
  106. 106. Rural Community Broadband<br /><ul><li> 2 Mbps for “all”.
  107. 107. Reliable connection.
  108. 108. Sustainable.
  109. 109. Full ISP access.
  110. 110. WiFi at key tourism locations.
  111. 111. NGA in market towns.</li></ul>£400,000<br />
  112. 112. Rural Community Broadband<br />
  113. 113. James Saunby<br />consulting@greysky.co.uk<br />01670 330000<br />
  114. 114. Next Generation Accessready for partnership<br />Bill Murphy<br />Herefordshire Broadband Summit<br />
  115. 115. Next Generation Access – ready for partnership<br />Bill MurphyManaging Director – NGABT6 August 2010<br />© British Telecommunications plc<br />
  116. 116. There are plenty of myths…<br />BT is not interested in rural broadband <br />BT does not listen to our broadband needs <br />BT focuses on short-term payback <br />If it is not 100 Mbps it is not future proof<br />Bringing fibre to rural communities is easy <br />The answer is wireless<br />The cost of backhaul is delaying the roll-out of fibre<br />© British Telecommunications plc<br />
  117. 117. BT is making a major investment in fibre access<br />£2.5bn investment to roll-out fibre to two-thirds of UK premises by 2015 <br />Install c.30,000 cabinets in over 1,000 exchanges <br />Lay over 50,000km of fibre<br />Supported by 32,000 engineers<br />FTTC: enabling 2,400 – 3000 cabinets a quarter<br />FTTP: pilots underway<br />10m premises passed by2012<br />Two-thirds premises passed by 2015<br />ADSL enabled for 99% of all premises <br />1.5m premises passed by summer 2010<br />4m premises passed by end of 2010<br />© British Telecommunications plc<br />
  118. 118. “Competition ready” platform fosters growth…<br />© British Telecommunications plc<br />
  119. 119. Our connectivity services are aimed at government, consumers and businesses<br />Increase in bandwidth, service levels, performance<br />Ethernet<br />1 Gbps<br />Total BB Fibre (FTTC + FTTP)<br />40/100 Mbps<br />Total BB<br />8 Mbps<br />Total BB ADSL2+<br />24 Mbps<br />More than 800 Ethernet PoPs, 90% of business premises are within 5km of an Ethernet node today <br />Fibre speeds available to two- thirds of premises in UK by Spring 2015 <br />Available to c.75% of premises in UK Spring 2011<br />Already available to 99% of premises in UK <br />© British Telecommunications plc<br />
  120. 120. BET – part of the solution for remote areas<br />Beyond ~6km (cable length) from the exchange, broadband service will likely be slow and / or unstable<br />Exchange<br />Speeds over copper are distance dependent<br />BET extends the range from 6km to 12km<br />We can deliver this today<br />© British Telecommunications plc<br />
  121. 121. Analysys Mason’s view of Herefordshire<br />NGA likelihood at 65% rollout<br />© British Telecommunications plc<br />
  122. 122. Example 1: Northern Ireland<br />The challenge<br /><ul><li>Technology neutral
  123. 123. Open access / Wholesale level
  124. 124. Minimum 2Mb rural
  125. 125. Minimum 10Mb urban
  126. 126. Equitable
  127. 127. Consumer & business variants</li></ul>Objective: <br />To deliver next generation broadband to 85% of business by 2011<br />The solution<br /><ul><li>£48m investment
  128. 128. 1,175 cabinets
  129. 129. 166 exchanges
  130. 130. + In-fill technologies
  131. 131. Wholesale level solution – open to all service providers
  132. 132. Completion - May 2011
  133. 133. White label marketing</li></ul>© British Telecommunications plc<br />
  134. 134. Example 2: an English county<br />Objective: <br />To deliver next generation broadband to 100% of the county<br />The challenge<br /><ul><li>Rural, remote, peripheral
  135. 135. Rapidly expanding population
  136. 136. Focus on developing the knowledge economy
  137. 137. 100% of the population to get improved speeds</li></ul>The solution<br /><ul><li>£100m+ project
  138. 138. Match funded
  139. 139. 80-90 % fibre
  140. 140. 10-20% satellite / wireless / BET</li></ul>…difficult does not mean impossible<br />© British Telecommunications plc<br />
  141. 141. We need to build a plan<br />Public Private Partnership<br />Government intervention enables a lower risk profile and ongoing commercial sustainability <br />Shared Vision<br />Ensuring the UK is at the leading edge of the global digital economy<br />Customer Demand<br />Vital to engage citizens, businesses and other local stakeholders on the benefits <br />Open, Competition Ready<br />Giving customers choice on products, applications and service<br />© British Telecommunications plc<br />
  142. 142. Talk to us<br />East Midlands<br />England<br />East of England<br />London<br />Cymru/ Wales<br />North East<br />North West<br />Scotland<br />South East<br />South West<br />John Dovey<br />West Midlands<br />Northern Ireland <br />Ian Binks<br />Yorkshire & The Humber <br />Bill.Murphy@bt.com<br />© British Telecommunications plc<br />
  143. 143. Question and Answer<br />Herefordshire Broadband Summit<br />
  144. 144. Ed Vaizey MP<br />Minister for Culture, Communication and Creative Industries<br />Herefordshire Broadband Summit<br />
  145. 145. Questions<br />Herefordshire Broadband Summit<br />
  146. 146. Lunch<br />Herefordshire Broadband Summit<br />

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