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Introducing
Piers Daniell
Managing Director
[email protected]
So what is
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End User Availability Checker
Like a ‘SamSells’
Carrier and ISP neutral
Highlight new technologies
Marketing focus for national press
No public funding required
Rural Access
6th December, 2010 - Broadband Delivery UK (BDUK) launched to
support investment in superfast networks
“…Our goal is simple: within this parliament we want Britain to
have the best superfast broadband network in Europe.”
Jeremy Hunt, Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport
Key objectives
Bringing superfast broadband within reach of both urban and rural
communities
To offer consumer/business choice without the monopolisation of network
infrastructure
Challenges to face
• BDUK tasked with providing USC of 2 Mb/s to all
• Maintain ‘Open Access’ infrastructure network
• Cost prohibitive for ISP’s to build and connect remote, diverse networks
• Patchwork nature of various local network operators
• Maintain diversity and flexibility of products
What underpins
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• The Service Exchange Platform (SEP)
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Started in 2009
Wholesaled Telefonica O2 network
Separated ways with BE Wholesale brand early 2011
Independent network focused on Layer-2 delivery to ISPs
Currently serves 50 ISPs
• Fluidata
• Presence in nine datacentres across the UK
• including SOV, HEX, LHC, THN, THE, IFL2, UKG, AQL
• 24/7 Network Operations Centre
• Connected into 16 different networks
• Consolidated sales, provisioning, billing and support
Service Exchange Platform
•BT 21CN and 20CN Network
• WBC backhaul network
• 95th percentile billing
• Access to FTTC and FTTP products
• Telefonica O2
• ADSL2+ Annex-M technology
• 1,300 exchanges nationwide
• ISAM fault diagnostic tools
• Three
• 3G national coverage
• SIM ordering & activation
• Pool bandwidth across SIMs
Service Exchange Platform
• Digital Region
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546,000 homes and 45,000 businesses
1,360 street cabinets
32,500 SMEs covered by VDSL
VDSL (FTTC) and ADSL2+ technology available
Service Exchange Platform
• Independent Fibre Networks
Part of the Inexus Group
FTTP up to 1 Gb/s
Based on GPON (delivering up to 2.5 Gb/s down, 1.25 Gb/s up)
POTS service based on SIP
Average development site 1,800 homes
• includes primary & secondary school & retail space
• Deployment to 20 sites across the UK with another 30 being negotiated.
• 50,000 home opportunity
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Service Exchange Platform
• Other networks
• Hampshire FTTC and Wireless trial
• Cumbria Whitespace Trial
• Future Services
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Automated Leased Line quoting and ordering tool
TalkTalk Business DSL
Cable & Wireless DSL
More rural/urban networks
Service Exchange Platform
• Fibre Services
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Virgin Media
SSE
COLT
Cable & Wireless
AboveNet
Level 3
BT
Openreach
Enta
TalkTalk Business
• EFM
• BT
• TalkTalk Business
Service Exchange Platform
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1 Gb/s standard interconnect
Each network delivered along a separate VLAN
24/7 support with ticketing system
Fully integrated API/Portal for ordering and support
Benefits of SEP &
• For the ISP
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One platform for Layer-2 DSL and fibre services
Integrated ordering, provisioning, billing & support
Wide range of suppliers including rural networks
Competitive terms, no minimum commitments
Deliver choice and next gen services to customers
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• For the Network Operator
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Quick OSS/BSS integration through partners Magdalene & NetAdmin
Access to wide range of ISPs
Increase take-up and improve business case
Meet BDUK and council guidelines for open access
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