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Red.es: Broadband in Rural Areas

Public Rural Access Points

index
Index

Rural Public Access Points

  • Objectives and Budget
  • Product
  • Results
  • Support and Maintenance Center (COM) Statistics
  • Next steps
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Rural Public Access Centres - Background

Presentation

  • Accessing the Information Society (IS), means a great opportunity to improve people’s quality of life
  • Nevertheless, it could be a reason for discrimination due to the difference of opportunities for people depending on their possibility to access the Internet
  • Lack of broadband access by terrestrial technologies in remote and rural areas remains an unsolved issue mainly due to profitability reasons.
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Rural Public Access Centers - Investment

Investment

Rural Internet

Ministry of Agriculture

Ministry of Industry, Tourism and Commerce

County Councils and Regional Authorities*

Red.es

2 M€

0,6 M€

11,3 M€

14 M€

28 M€

*Comunidades Autónomas

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Index

Rural Public Access Points

  • Objectives and Budget
  • Product
  • Results
  • Support and Maintenance Center (COM) Statistics
  • Next steps
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Rural Public Access Centers

Success keys

  • Red.es provides a complete solution with integral support service.
  • The ultimate objective of the Programme is to provide broadband Internet access to citizens living in rural or remote areas.
  • Centers are equipped with 4 networked terminals, Wireless LAN and peripheral units (printer, scannner and webcam).
  • Budget financed by EU ERDF, Red.es, Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Industry and County Councils.
  • County Councils are engaged to develop training and dynamization activities to encourage the citizens to use these public access centers.
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3 years of Broadband Internet connectivity

Equipment of the centre and set up a public “hot spot”

3 years of support and maintenance of the equipment

3 years of remote control and management

Installation and support

Portals

Connectivity

Equipment

and hot spot

Control and management

Training and Encouraging Internet use

Portals with appropriate contents for rural areas

Training and dynamization services

Rural Public Access Centers - Product

The solution is based on a complete, closed and customizable product. The product is defined by six components:

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Installation and support

Portals

Connectivity

Equipment

and hot spot

Control and management

Dinamization and training

Rural Public Access Centers - Wi-Fi Hot Spots

  • “Pure hot-spot” configuration (really “plug&play”)
  • Solution is much more flexible, scalable, comfortable and easy to use
  • It is extremely easy to add new Internet access terminals
  • Local citizens and visitors may also have free Internet broadband access using their own Wi-Fi laptops
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Rural Public Access Centers - Equipment

Internet

VSAT

(ODU)

RACK

IDU

Access Point

WIFI

Additional PC

Printer

“Guest” Laptop

PC

Scanner

PC

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Index

Rural Public Access Points

  • Objectives and Budget
  • Product
  • Results
  • Support and Maintenance Center (COM) Statistics
  • Next steps
resultados convocatorias 2003 y 2004 total 1 515 local entities
Resultados: CONVOCATORIAS 2003 y 2004 (TOTAL: 1.515 Local entities)

Rural Public Access Centers- Results

rural public access centers impact
Rural Public Access Centers - Impact
  • The programme will benefit 1.300.000 citizens
  • Currently 781 centers have been installed and 28.714 citizens are already registered as users
  • 800 new centers will be installed by March 2005
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Index

Rural Public Access Points

  • Objectives and Budget
  • Product
  • Results
  • Support and Maintenance Center (COM) Statistics
  • Next steps
com statistics sessions per day
COM Statistics/Sessions per day

Evolution of Telecenter Sessions

Dec 03 - Sept 04

com statistics sessions accumulated
COM Statistics/Sessions Accumulated

Number and Length of the Sessions in the telecenters

The average length of the sessions in October 2005 has been of approximately 1 hour

utilizaci n de los telecentros
Utilización de los telecentros

Users visiting the telecenter per week

Persons using laptops per week

satisfacci n con los telecentros
Satisfacción con los telecentros

Level of satisfaction with the equipment

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Index

Rural Public Access Points

  • Objectives and Budget
  • Product
  • Results
  • Support and Maintenance Center (COM) Statistics
  • Next steps
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Rural Public AccessCentres – future actions

  • A new Agreement is about to be signed to enable further actions during 2005-2008.
  • The new Agreement aims at further extending the network of Broadband Public Access Centers.
  • 1.500 new Access Public Centers installed in rural areas and depressed urban areas.
  • Nearly all the Spanish municipalities with a population between 500 to 10.000 inhabitants will benefit from broadband Internet access through the Public Access Centers installed.