Broadband is more than just bandwidthPieter NoorenMay 2012
2In this presentation Broadband is more than just bandwidth   Coverage   Quality   Open access Consumers get two flavors o...
3Comparing supply and demand for bandwidth: FttH en HFC(“cable”) can both meet the growing demand in the Netherlands
4Broadband is more than just bandwidth
5Broadband is expected to contribute to efficiency and newopportunities in sectors of high societal relevance             ...
6         Broadband networks must cater for a broad set of markets         outside the traditional telecom domain         ...
7        Broadband is more than just bandwidth                     Coverage                  Open access and              ...
8   Interviews point at other factors than bandwidth as   inhibitors for new services (1)Assessment by providers whether t...
9Quality connections needed between providers andconsumers          service providers   Security firm B         Video conf...
10Consumers get two flavors of broadband      over a single connection
11Consumers get two flavors of broadband over a singleconnection: open Internet and managed services                      ...
12Open Internet: discussion on net neutrality              open Internet                                    net neutrality?
13           Managed services: can other sectors also benefit from the           quality guarantees in the managed service...
14                  Managed services: can other sectors also benefit from the                  quality guarantees in the m...
15Managed connections for services outside triple play areavailable in some FttH areas in the NetherlandsRegional/national...
16        Broker/VPN by Reggefiber Wholesale is an example of a        managed connection for non-triple play services    ...
17     Managed connections are technically feasible in DSL, cable     and fiber networks               Hybrid Fiber Coax (...
18Thank your for your attention!   Questions or suggestions?      pieter.nooren@tno.nl
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Broadband is more than just bandwidth

  1. 1. Broadband is more than just bandwidthPieter NoorenMay 2012
  2. 2. 2In this presentation Broadband is more than just bandwidth Coverage Quality Open access Consumers get two flavors of broadband over a single connection Open Internet Managed services
  3. 3. 3Comparing supply and demand for bandwidth: FttH en HFC(“cable”) can both meet the growing demand in the Netherlands
  4. 4. 4Broadband is more than just bandwidth
  5. 5. 5Broadband is expected to contribute to efficiency and newopportunities in sectors of high societal relevance smart grids e-education e-security e-health e-collaboration
  6. 6. 6 Broadband networks must cater for a broad set of markets outside the traditional telecom domain broad set of marketstriple play market
  7. 7. 7 Broadband is more than just bandwidth Coverage Open access and • parts of population competition • choice between providers on • geographical regions a given infrastructure? • timing of migration • competing infrastructures? Bandwidth Quality guarantees• peak, sustained • ping, jitter, …• (a)symmetry • reliability (uptime) economical and societal value of broadband
  8. 8. 8 Interviews point at other factors than bandwidth as inhibitors for new services (1)Assessment by providers whether the current broadband networks arefunctionally suitable for the delivery of their services Bandwidth Quality Availability Security (“uptime”)Medical Alert Service X(“lifeline”)Smart living services X Xincluding two-way videoMedical monitoring ?Smart meters XBurglar/fire alarm XVirtual Class XRemote examination XSource: TNO interviews with five providers on desired characteristics ofbroadband connections
  9. 9. 9Quality connections needed between providers andconsumers service providers Security firm B Video conferencing Health care provider C provider A Between providers Between providers and consumers consumers Between consumers
  10. 10. 10Consumers get two flavors of broadband over a single connection
  11. 11. 11Consumers get two flavors of broadband over a singleconnection: open Internet and managed services open Internet managed services VoIP telephony IPTV … … customer can choose from service customer can choose from services providers on global Internet offered by his own ISP service provider can reach customers external service provider can all over the world (usually) not reach customers best effort, no quality guarantees with quality guarantees
  12. 12. 12Open Internet: discussion on net neutrality open Internet net neutrality?
  13. 13. 13 Managed services: can other sectors also benefit from the quality guarantees in the managed service lane? managed services lane managed services lane VoIP VoIPtelephony IPTV telephony distance … … learning e-health … IPTV
  14. 14. 14 Managed services: can other sectors also benefit from the quality guarantees in the managed service lane? triple play healthcare provider school provider Managed connection managed services with guaranteed quality VoIP in parallel to existing managedtelephony IPTV distance services (IPTV, VoIP telephony) learning e-health … home
  15. 15. 15Managed connections for services outside triple play areavailable in some FttH areas in the NetherlandsRegional/nationalnetwork Local FttH network
  16. 16. 16 Broker/VPN by Reggefiber Wholesale is an example of a managed connection for non-triple play services healthcare school provider Broker/VPNCapacity 10 Mbit/s symmetric per home Shared with other services on Broker/VPNCosts IPTV around 5 Eur/month per service (assuming there is already a subscription to another service: Internet, TV) home
  17. 17. 17 Managed connections are technically feasible in DSL, cable and fiber networks Hybrid Fiber Coax (HFC, “cable”) Fiber Coax Secondary Optical DSL over copper fiber ring node Hub Hub ADSL2 Primary ADSL2plus < 6km copper fiber ring Group End amplifier amplifier Regional FttCAB VDSL2 head end < 1km copper Hub Hybrid G.f ast FttH Curb FttH Full Basement FttH (C) TNO Meter closetcore network Fiber to the Home (FttH) Access Router Optische Ethernet Switch 2 fibers 2 fibers fiber (up/down) access network 2 km (Multi Mode) 15 km (Single Mode)
  18. 18. 18Thank your for your attention! Questions or suggestions? pieter.nooren@tno.nl

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