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					Crister MATTSSON
ICT INFRASTRUCTURE FOR
SOCIETY:
             •Communication

             •Benefit

             •Society




2012-02-19      Crister Mattsson Acreo
                    Network levels




• The In-building network almost same value as Suburban and City
  networks together – but they are not build out at the same time
• In-flat network is next step – emerging in Sweden now. Value in range
  of In-building network
• Upload of 300 photos
 (700 Mbyte):

 1 Mbit/s : 92 min
 10 Mbit/s : 9 min
  100 Mbit/s : 56 sec
 uppstreams
Operator neutral city network


     The public                 Industry &
     sector                     operators




                  Households/
                  Sme
           Communication in a society
                                                                                 Telecom
                                        El, & w                  Transport
                                                     Turism                                       Industry
                            Cultur                                     Media
                                                              Health-              R&D
                                        Envoirement
                                                              care Local SME      Real Estate &
                                                                                  Construction
                                                                                                             Banks & Insurence   Users
           Education




                 Techn.-
                 platform
                                                                                       Sign-on
                                                                                                      Laws          Business-
                                                                                                                     models
                                                                                                                                 Active
  Transmission
                                     Co-location
                                                                                                               Agreements
     Protocoll IP
                    Domains
                                                                                               Standards
                                                                       Licens
                                              Athorisation
                                                                E-id
                                                                                                                                 Infrastructure


                                                                                                                      Ducts

                 xDSL
                                                                                                     MDU-lan

                               LTE
                                       WiFi                                            Fiber
                                                                                3/4G



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              Ecosystem

               High speed
               broadband


Investments
                             New
                             services



                More users
                    Public sector
     Municipality

     - Can support and decide
     - Owner of land and gives permit´s for r.o.w
       and digging
     - Can own ICT infrastructure
     - Provide serviceproducts for user and internal
       user
     - Owner of property and buyer of
       Broadbandservises

10
                Rules for municipalities
• Municipality as society               • Municipality as owner of ICT-
-     Act for good competion              infrastructure
                                        -   Complement to private interest
-     Be aware of need for broadband    -   Not act in any sales in a way that
     in cityplanning                        could disturb
                                        -   Give acess to infrastructur oin equal
                                            terms
• As landowner
-     Decide a policy för land and
     digging permits                    -   Act so public sector understand need
                                            for competion and freedom of choice

-     Agreements on permits on
     justitied and non-discriminating
     terms




11
ICT Index
The ICT index is under development



                                                    ICT maturity




             Municipality                            Citynetwork                           Housing




 Broadband    Internet         BB       Broadband                  Service     Personal   Open netw/   BB.Servic
   policy    penetration    competion     tariffs     Competion/   offerings    usage      choice.        es
                                                         Sp
           Broadband uncaptured values
 10% of British Telecom employees work from
 home                                                       According to Medical News
 or from offices with remote access, which has              Today, the US could cut USD
 reduced travel with approx. 69 million miles per           197 billion from its health care
 year.                                                      bill over the next 25 years with
                                                            a widespread broadband usage
  An efficiency benefit of 12% has been                     enabling remote monitoring to
  measured for Swedish enterprises having                   spot health problems sooner,
  broadband access above 2 Mbit/s.                          reduce hospitalization and
                                                            improve quality of life. Source:
 Average days of illness for children                       Medical News Today
 was reduced with 50% with telemedicine
 in a 400 week trial in New York.
                                                    All 16 regions of Germany has
                                                    introduced
Broadband is increasingly becoming an               a digital tax declaration system, saving
important part of the economy. Productivity         more than10 million Euro per year.
gains from the deployment and use of
broadband services are expected to increase.
Ovum estimates that productivity gains will         Verizon i found that 20% of FTTH-
generate almost USD 860 billion in additional       customers work from home throu
US GDP over the next decade. Source: Ovum           broadband only 5% with traditional
                                                    copperconnection.
    City networks in Sweden
     173 City networks (of 290 munic)

     Most started as branches of munic owned powercompanies

     Today direct munic.owned or separate companies


     95 % offer dark fiber
                                                        Lokala Bredbandsnät
     60 % av all fiber lease in Sweden throu citynetw.          2006 - Ägande

                                                                 Saknar   (114)

     Co-operate to provide crossover connections                Kommunalt(139)
                                                                 Privat
                                                                 Blandat
                                                                           (16)
                                                                           (21)




Swedish City Networks Association
Urban Networks with competition



           90
                                                  85
           80
                                          74
           70
                           63
           60
 Procent
Percent




           50
                   45
           40
           30
           20
           10


                2004    2006           2008    2010
                               Year
                                  År
      Sweden – more numbers
                                      .
• 85 % open networks
    10% more than last year (45 % 2004)


• 57 % are com.op.
• 17 % contracts extern com.op            Lokala Bredbandsnät
                                              2006 - Ägande

                                              Saknar   (114)
                                              Kommunalt(139)
                                              Privat    (16)
                                              Blandat   (21)




• 57 % have q.o.s
• 65 % have 1 gbits in corenät, 6 % 10 gbits

• 43 % offers 100 mbits (or more) to end-user
• 42 % offer 10 mbits
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                    FTTH typical

• City-network connects buildings

• The housing companies install and own the internal
  (property) network which connects each apartment with
  a fibre pair.

• The housing companies or or co-op procures a
  communication operator that offers the tenants services
  from a number of suppliers at their own choice

• In parallel to this expansion of fibre, enterprise and
  public sector are offered fibre connections
           Stokab      The city of Stockholm


Mission:

• Give Stockholm an open ICT-
infrastructure for all

• Create the network for The City of
Stockholm

• Reduce digging in the streets of
Stockholm

• Stimulate the market by offering dark
fibre below operator self cost
 Facts of Stokab


• Founded 1994
• 600 customers
 /90 operaters
• 100 Employes

2010:
Netto turnover: 62,4 EU     30 turns (1,2 miljon km fiber)
 (55,3)
Results EBDT: 16,7 EU
 (14,8,)
Return on capital : 11,3%
                            Stokab




      Regional network                      Internal City Network




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       S:t Erik Kommunikation


City of Stockholm internal communication

• 50.000 employ in city of Stockholm
• 18 companies and 30 departments
• 180 schools, 100.000 students, 2000
  acess-nodes
• 3.500 lan
 Access situation municip. housing

SABO (20 % of total homes) 729000 apartments

No fttx 56 %
New netw. installationspeed /y 4,4 %
Home-networks 3 %

Exclusive agreements 58 %

Open netw. 42%
 Prices on broadbandsubscriptions
Sv. Bo. Stockholm ( ~ 5 years ago)
                         Säffle
• 15800 inh, 4.900 in town
• 13 inh/sq km

BBnet cost 5 mill EU
EU funding 1,6 Eu
1,6 munic+ privateinvest.

• Open netw
• 100 mbits/s
• 3 isp, 2 iptv, 2 ip tele
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                         Village network iniative
Serviceprovider
                              Co-operative owned network
                                Operator lease the network
                                                            Co-operative 2



                   Operator                                                  AP
       ON
                                           Co-operative 1
                                 ON

                  ON                  AP




                                                                              4G




                                                                                   33
                    OPEN NETWORKS
Service providers




                       Open
                      Network




                                Users / consumers
Open access                    typical NRA
                model



                SP   SP   SP
  SP SP SP
  & & &
  CO CO CO



                  Vertically     Vertically
   Vertically    Integrated      Integrated
   integrated     Operator        Operator
    Operator
                   with bit
   with LLUB    stream access ”All-in-a-box”
              Open market model
                         Internet Service Providers
                         Media & Content Companies
Retail Service Providers VoIP providers
                         Cable TV companies


   Communication          New Independent Operators
                          Broadband Companies
     Operators            Incumbent Operators


                          Real Estate Companies
  Network Operators       Local Communities
                          Power Companies
     Generic Open Network Model
                                                                                                                   Area 2

                                                                                                                        Service
                                                                                                                        Portfolio
                                                                                               Open on service level
                         Cable TV Operator
      Telecom Operator




                                                                                                                  Communication
                                                             Public sector                                          Operator
                                                Enterprise


                                                                                                 Area 1
                                                                                                                       Property
                                                                                                      Service            Property
                                                                                                                       Network
                                                                                                      Portfolio          Network
                                                                             Open on service level

                                                                                              Communication
Open on dark fiber level                                                                        Operator


                                                                                                     Property
                                             City Network                                              Property
                                                                                                     Network
                                                                                                       Network
Business model – open fiber-
         network
              End user                                     End user
               private                                     company
RSP RSP RSP
                                 ISP
                                   ISP
                                     SP




                                Communication
                                   operator

    C.O.
                                                     Active
                                                 infrastructure
                                                Switches      System



                        Passive
                     infrastructure
    N.O.      Regional/City   Access/building
                network          network

                  Fiber               Fiber
                    Revenue Streams

                              Service Provider
                               Service Provider
                                 Service Provider
                                                         Payment for services

                                Payment for transport

                                                                    End user
City net-                      Communication/                        End user
                                                                      End user
work        Payment for           Operator
            Passive Network

                              Lease or revenue sharing



                                Acess netw./
                               MDU-co-op netw.
3 challenges for infrastructure in
 moving from policy to practice
• What are the challenges to make
  ICT a commitment for local society

• What can public-sector do to promote
  ICT-development

• What are the benefits of good ICT
  infrastructure
     We would like your input to a guide to
     broadband investment models being
          developed by DG REGIO
• Analysys Mason has been commissioned by DG REGIO
  to develop a guide to help make better use of European
  Funds for investing in broadband networks
• Initial research has shown five possible financial models:
   – Bottom up– groups of end-users decide to invest in the
     deployment of a network. Public involvement is limited to small
     grants or guaranteeing loans, and/or facilitating access to ducts
   – Private design build and operate (Private DBO) – a private
     company receives funds (often a grant) from the public sector to
     assist in network deployment, but the private company retains
     full ownership
   – Public outsourcing – a public sector body outsources network
     build and operation to the private sector under a long-term
     agreement, but the public sector body retains ownership of the
     network
   – Joint venture – public and private sector bodies both retain a
    We would like your input to a guide to
    broadband investment models being
         developed by DG REGIO
• Given that a range of funding models is
  available, what are the main factors which
  block the successful absorption of EU funds
  for the deployment of broadband networks?

• Are there “other” models that you are aware
  of? If so can you please share a brief
  description and contact details on a post-it
  note

• Please forward any additional thoughts on
  this subject to

				
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