A modern public telecom platform by zhangyun

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                                                      IEEE
                                                  ICC 2002



    A MODERN PUBLIC TELECOM PLATFORM
    A Unified Payphone and Internet Access Solution




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    Antonio Carlos Bordeaux Rego


                                                      April 2002
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                          Challenges to Brazilian
                           Telecommunications


    • To increase access to telecommunications services,
      specially basic telephony, for low income population

    • To develop globally competitive technology, but, at the
      same time, adequate to Brazilian socioeconomic
      situation

    • Case: A Modern Public Telecom Platform developed by




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      CPqD - Same solution for payphone and Internet Access
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                                Public Payphone Issues


    • Drawbacks in traditional coin fed payphones
          High expenses OAM

             Vandalism and stealing

             Coin collecting

          Loosing Business

          Low Teledensity
       (1,5 payphones per




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                1000 inhabitants)
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                       Public Payphone Solution


    • Proposal: Card Based System
    • Requirements
         Low cost OAM

         Easy to use for low income population

         High immunity to forgery and vandalism

         Local and long distance call from the same terminal

    • CPqD solution




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      Develop New Inductive Card Technology Platform
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                                Inductive Card Platform

    • System Components
         Inductive Card
         Payphone Terminal
         Remote Supervision & Management System – SSR

    • Mechanism: magnetic induction
    • Inductive Card
         It is made of 100 passive microcircuits, each one connected to a fuse

    • Operation senses the fuse




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         Open: credit not valid
         Short: credit valid
         Dt Burn: credit vanish
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                            Inductive Card Platform


    • Inductive Card Features
         Contactless inductive mechanism.
         Easy to use: can be inserted in any position.
         High immunity to moisture, dust, heat, UV, X-ray, EMF, etc.
         Low production cost in large quantity (~ US$0.10 per card).
         Internal codification identify each service provider, issuer,
          manufacturer, etc.
         Extra revenue: advertising on both sides.




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                           Inductive Card Platform


    • Payphone Terminal
         Power-fed by telephone line

         All electronic: microprocessor based

         Low cost (about US$300.00)

         Very low demand for maintenance

         Contactless static reader – no mechanical moving parts

         Compatible with existing network and easy to install




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                           Inductive Card Platform


    • SSR – Remote Supervision and Management System
         Management of up to 32,000 payphones terminals

         Constant monitoring of operational conditions

         Supervision of self collect payphone tables

         Flexible: configuration according to operator needs

         Easy corporate systems interoperability

         Scalable: new features addition with customized modules




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         Multiuser: Client/Server architecture
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                 Inductive Card Platform




     Terminals               ...
                             ...



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                    Inductive Cards
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                        Public Payphones Location


     • Universalization Targets
           Anatel (Brazilian Regulatory Agency) Rules

           These rules require that users should not have to walk
            more than a certain distance to find a payphone
            terminal, and also to find a reseller of pay phone cards .

           Where is the best payphones placement?

     • Management Tool: SAGRE TUP




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        This module manages the payphones placements,
            assuring compliance with regulatory requirements.
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                                 SAGRE: Competitive SW
                                     Technology

     • SAGRE       is a set of applications, developed and supported by
       CPqD, to manage the outside plant and automate the network
       planning process, based on Vision* GIS and Oracle

     • Functions assisted by SAGRE
          Outside Plant Registration and Urban Mapping
          Outside Plant Network Planning
          Market Analysis for Outside Plant Network Planning
          Management: Engineering, Deployment, Facilities Inventory and
                       Maintenance




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     • Business Impact
          14 million fixed lines (50%..) and 2 million mobile lines (20% Brazilian lines)
          9 Telecom Operators (Telefonica, Telemar, Brasiltelecom, Embratel and others)
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                                  Inductive Card Platform
                                      Achievements

     •   Profitability per payphone terminal
             1991 : US$500 revenue per year / US$520 cost per year
             2001 : US$400 revenue per month / US$50 cost per month
     •   Inductive Card payphones deployment
             1991: Coin technology/ 236,000 terminals
             2001: Card technology/ 1,5 million terminals
     •   Monthly production – cards
             60 million
     •   Business impact
             Five companies manufacturing payphones terminals
               Daruma, Icatel, Siemens, Ericsson, Splice




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             Five companies manufacturing inductive cards
               Thomas de La Rue, CMB, Interprint, CSM, ICE
     •   International business
             Bolivia
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                                     Future:
                             Public Access to Internet
     • Public Access to Internet is the technology which provides
       managed IP access to VAS (e.g. ISP) through multiservice
       terminals equipped with inductive card reader as a prepaid
       way of collection
     • Service Access Manager (OAM): dotIP
           Manage subscribers IP “sessions” to value-added services (VAS) such as
            ISPs
           Control and supervise users’ credit consumption from inductive card

                                                                    Internet
                                                                    Service
                                    Public                         Providers




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                                    Access                          .
                                                                    .
                                    Network                         .
                                                                    Value-
                                                                    Added
                                                                    Services
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     http://www.cpqd.com.br   bordeaux@cpqd.com.br

								
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