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internet solutions. ADSL: Current Status & Future Prospects. Alan Bacher – Access Product Manager. Agenda. Current Status of ADSL Growth Solutions Performance IS ADSL Offering Future Prospect of ADSL Regulatory Environment Dial Up/Leased Line Replacement Triple Play.

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internet solutions

ADSL: Current Status & Future Prospects

Alan Bacher – Access Product Manager

agenda
Agenda
  • Current Status of ADSL
    • Growth
    • Solutions
    • Performance
  • IS ADSL Offering
  • Future Prospect of ADSL
    • Regulatory Environment
    • Dial Up/Leased Line Replacement
    • Triple Play
industry background south african adsl growth
Industry Background– South African ADSL Growth
  • First introduced end of 2002
  • 50 000 by 1st quarter of 2005
  • Telkom reduced prices by 11% early March 2005 - 20 000 new subscribers by June 2005 (40% growth in 4 months)
  • Telkom reduced prices by 31% early September 2005 - 30 000 new subscribers by October 2005
  • Telkom +/- 105 000 DSL subscribers currently – 19 000 in the backlog
  • 1 million ADSL expected by December 2010
esr breakdown
ESR Breakdown
  • 9000 IS Active Users :
    • Pretoria – 16.9%
    • Broomberg – 19.4%
    • Barrack Street – 26.3%
    • Bellville – 22.6%
    • New Germany – 26.1%
    • Durban – 24.2%
    • New Doornfontein – 37.8%
    • Rosebank – 44.5%
sme ideal target market
SME Ideal Target Market
  • Preferred internet access method :
    • Greater choice
    • Efficiency
    • Availability
  • SME ADSL Breakdown:
    • Pretoria 37% (Telkom Headquarters)
    • Cape Town 33%
    • Johannesburg 27%
    • Free State 6% (Low Availability)
sme adsl sector growth
SME ADSL Sector Growth
  • Advertising & Marketing (15% - 30%)
  • Communication & Broadcasting (5% - 27%)
  • Construction (7% - 27%)
  • Hotels & Accommodation (0% - 24%)
  • IT Software & Services (14% - 36%)
telkom hard cap per gig billing
Telkom “Hard Cap” / Per Gig Billing
  • 1 November 2005 D-Day
  • End of uncapped local bandwidth – Bar Dotco till December 5th 
  • Per Gig billing or hard cap on local & international
  • No more 30 Gig @ R269 - now:
    • R1620 (shaped)
    • R2860(unshaped).
performance inhibitors
Performance Inhibitors
  • Distance from the Dslam
  • Congestion in the Dslam
  • Congestion in the ESR
  • Congestion on Telkom ATM cloud
  • Congestion on IPC links
  • Congestion on ISP backbone
is adsl solutions
IS ADSL Solutions
  • Capped ADSL :
    • 2 , 3 ,5, 7, 10 Gig
    • Per Gig Service
  • Business ADSL :
    • 512 / 1024
    • Uncapped Bandwidth
    • Static IP Addresses
    • Cisco 837 Router
  • MPLS ADSL VPN :
    • Secure connectivity between various branches & head office
    • Cisco 837 Router
    • QoS across IS MPLS VPN Backbone
regulatory environment
Regulatory Environment
  • "We are looking at unbundling the local loop and we are looking at other ways to cut the cost of telephony anddevelop broadband [internet]," said Mthobeli Tengimfene, the head of internet access and software development at the department of communications
  • Communications department director-general Lyndall Shope-Mafole says telecommunications is one of the factors hindering government’s target of 6% growth
dial up replacement
Dial Up Replacement

Dial Up – 56k

ISP Charge : R59 – R145

Telkom Phone Line Rental : R81.00

Telkom Charge Per Call (Standard Rate) : 52c (R312 for 10 hours)

= R495

ADSL – 192k

2 Gig ISP Charge : R175.00

Telkom Phone Line Rental : R81.00 + R236.00

= R492

leased line replacement
Leased Line Replacement

Leased Line – 64k Multiplexed Bandwidth

ISP Charge : R3000.00

Diginet Line : R1800

= R3800

512 Uncapped ADSL

ISP Charge : R1350

Telkom Line Rental: R81.00 + R236.00

= R1667

telkom triple play voice video data
Telkom Triple Play – Voice,Video,Data
  • 4 Meg into homes next year
  • Only for Triple Play subscription – not internet connectivity!
  • MNET & Multichoice – Video / Music On Demand
  • Initially limited to gated communities & new infrastructure developments
adsl entertainment
ADSL - Entertainment
  • Music – Worldwide radio, streaming etc..
  • Movies – Video On Demand.
  • Television – global TV, interactive camera for sporting. events, streaming etc..
  • Gaming – Multiple user games, Microsoft Xbox, Play Station 2 -play with multiple players, USB headsets – discuss strategy.
  • Online events – live concerts, sporting events.
adsl family friends
ADSL – Family & Friends
  • Communication – video conferencing, VoIP, instant messaging etc..
  • Security – Home security – Webcam – monitor property from any location etc..
adsl business
ADSL - Business
  • Cost & Productivity – all day communication at fixed price, transmit large files, access multimedia applications faster etc..
  • VPN – Secure Remote Access – Connect to head office via WAN, LAN etc..
  • VoIP or Internet Telephony – make telephone calls, receive faxes, integrate voice and data into one system – reduce equipment costs..
adsl business continued
ADSL – Business Continued
  • Reduction of Travel Costs – online conferencing
  • Staff Training – training via video conferencing, online material.
home automation
Home Automation
  • Home automation has been available for a number of years.
  • Most people have made use of the automation by turning off their lights using a remote control or by closing their blinds.
  • Sprinklers.
  • Lights.
  • Cameras.
  • Security System.
  • Heaters.
  • Under floor Heating.
  • Air conditioning.
  • Electronic Gates / Garages.
questions
Questions

Questions ??

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