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Socio-economic effects of FTTH/ FTTx in Sweden. Crister Mattsson Acreo, Stockholm. Broadband networks Municipal and regions. 175 urban networks (290 municipals) + 200 cooperative village project New businessmodels Examples : Stockholm: 100 operators + 500 enterprises

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Socio economic effects of ftth fttx in sweden

Socio-economic effects of FTTH/FTTx in Sweden

Crister MattssonAcreo, Stockholm


Broadband networks municipal and regions
Broadband networks Municipal and regions

  • 175 urban networks (290 municipals)

  • + 200 cooperative village project

  • New businessmodels

    Examples :

    Stockholm:100 operators + 500 enterprises

    Säffle: 15500 inh, 13/sqkm

    open network, 5 isp, 5 tv, 3 tel.


Open network model
Open network model

RSP

RSP

RSP

End user

company

End user

private

ISP

ISP

SP

Communication

operator

C.O.

Active

infrastructure

System

Switches

Passive

infrastructure

N.O.

Regional/City

network

Access/building

network

Fiber

Fiber


Ftth costs and benefit calculation
FTTH costs and benefit calculation

Internet service revenue

Telephony service revenue

TV service revenue

Profit from copper

Un-capturedvalues

Roll-outcost

Telcoreturn


FTTH deployment

increased use

of ICT services

Direct economic

activity

Very high access speed

New & better

services

True cloud

computing

Distance working

Virtual labour

mobility

HD

videoconf

Telepresence

Higher employment

Logistics, prod,

management

Ease to do

business

New ICT and traditional

companies

ICT competence

HR pool

ICT Maturity:

digital natives

entrepreneurship

Customers for

new services


FTTH deployment

Our question:

  • What actually happened after fibre was deployed?

    The tool:

  • Multivariable regression analysis of all of Sweden’s 290 municipalities

    The data:

  • Fibre penetration in 2007

  • Employment, tax rate, etc. 2007-2010

Higher employment


FTTH deployment

  • 120 M€/year

0.1%

Higher employment

Change in employmnent 2007-2010 (adjusted)

  • 600 M€

10%

FTTH/FTTx penetration in 2007


FTTH deployment

increased use

of ICT services

Very high access speed

New & better

services

Distance working

True cloud

computing

HD

videoconf

Telepresence

Ease to do

business

Logistics, prod,

management

reduced forced

migration

e-learning

E-health

Perceived

quality

of life

E-government

New ICT and traditional

companies

ICT competence

HR pool

ICT Maturity:

digital natives

entrepreneurship

Customers for

new services


FTTH deployment

New infrastructure

  • Example:

  • agreement tenant ass’n and housing companies

  • €5/month/apartment

new business

model possible

Increased

market value

Functionally separated open access

  • Examples:

  • Saving in data and telecom for:

  • City of Stockholm: 30%

  • Jönköping municipality: 15%

  • Stockholm region: 50%

  • Region Norrbotten: 50%

Competition

between SPs

lower prices

for services

  • Example:

  • Price in most Swedish fibre networks:

  • Symmetrical 10 Mb/s: €15-25/month

  • Symmetrical 100 Mb/s: €20-35/month



Capturing the uncaptured values towards a new business model
Capturing the Uncaptured Values:Towards a New Business Model

  • identify all main benefits, their beneficiaries and their mutual interactions

Keys to a successful FTTH project:

  • Develop a business model including all major beneficiaries in the value chain


Marco Forzati

[email protected]

+46 70 752 77 53

Crister Mattsson

[email protected]

+46 70 092 77 92


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