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Superfast Broadband (SFBB)

Date Nov 2009

Rob Chapman

Regional Engagement & Public Policy Manager

Openreach

Openreach makes every effort to ensure the information in this report is accurate at the time of compilation, however, Openreach does not represent that it is complete and Communications Providers should check with Openreach for the latest available information. Openreach reserves the right to modify delivery criteria and delivery dates.

contents
Contents
  • Openreach. Who are we?
  • SFBB. What is it and why are we doing it?
  • Planning Legislation
  • Roll Out
  • Q&As
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Openreach –Access Network provider

Exchange

5500 exchanges.

E-side

Customer’s

premises

Distribution point

88.7k PCPs

4 M DPs

Cable

joint box

13% of the network is overhead

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Our Network

  • 120 million km of copper access – enough to go around the world almost 3,000 times
  • 7 million km of fibre – enough to go c180 times around the world.
  • 5 million joint boxes
  • 4.2 million distribution points
  • 4 million telegraph poles
  • 200,000 manholes
  • 90,000 green cabinets
  • 27,400 concentrators
  • 5000 exchange buildings
  • 20,000 engineers
  • 26,000 vans
  • 11,000 homes/offices visited and the height of Everest climbed up our telegraph poles every day
  • 3.6 million customer visits per year
  • 5,000 non-engineering employees
what is fibre to the cabinet and how does it work
What is Fibre to the Cabinet and how does it work?

We’re enhancing the copper from local exchanges to Openreach street cabinets with fibre

Copper impedes data transmission speeds with distance

Fibre is capable of carrying far more information, far faster than copper and is not distance dependent

Even though the link from the street cabinet to customer premises will still be copper, the distance will be comparatively short

We’re also replicating the electronics existing at the exchange with miniaturised electronic cards and installing them in selected street cabinets. Think of it as moving the exchange much closer to your customers’ doorsteps!

network design basic gea general ethernet access fttc design
Network DesignBasic GEA (General Ethernet Access) (FTTC) Design

CP Network

OR

LOT/L2S

NEW

FTTC

Active Cab

(Powered)

CP Network

Voice

Switch

Existing

Copper

E-Side Cab

CP Network

6

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Modular Cabinet F01H200 Profile

Unit: mm

Roof

115

1600

200

Root

450

1200

All components in one, service device, power system and monitoring module, cooling unit, battery, SPD, MDF, ODF.

fibre street cabinets and electronics equipment
Fibre street cabinets and electronics equipment

Copper out

Cooling fans

VDSL equipment

Fibre in

super fast broadband today opening doors to exciting and innovative applications
Super>fast broadband: TODAY- Opening doors to exciting and innovative applications
  • Network backup: uploading and downloading large files such as home movie content will be dramatically improved
  • HD TV content: high definition content delivered over broadband
  • VoIP: many telephone lines via one connection
  • Video conferencing:HD, professional quality video conferencing without the needs for expensive equipment or networks
  • High speed game download:enhancing the gamers experience
  • Concurrency:multiple applications in a family household removes competing bandwidth needs.

http://www.superfastbb.com/

Better, faster, richer experience with next generation access

super fast broadband tomorrow opening doors to exciting and innovative applications
Super>fast broadband: TOMORROW- Opening doors to exciting and innovative applications
  • TV-based video calling:family-to-family calling in high definition could revolutionise the way we communicate
  • Hi-Def security:video surveillance of your home / business in high definition, without the need for expensive setup costs.
  • Thin client:network-based computing, enabling session mobility and zero-configuration.
  • Internet-TV:HD video streaming mixed with Internet content – I can watch TV programmes, YouTube and check the weather, all from my TV
  • Desktop sharing:Much faster upstream rates lets you “see what I see”, such as sharing family videos

Better, faster, richer experience with next generation access

super fast broadband in the future opening doors to exciting and innovative applications
Super>fast broadband: IN THE FUTURE- Opening doors to exciting and innovative applications

HD streamed games – without a console

Doctor @ Home

3DTV: a new TV experience

Look Left Look Forward Look Right

360 degree video streaming - with real-time end-user control

Touch-screen telepresence – a window into your world

Virtual academy – removing the barriers to learning

smes and home based businesses
SMEs and Home-Based Businesses

super>fast broadband will offer the highest upstream speed in the UK… which could mean

  • Greater location flexibility for
    • Businesses with specific upload requirements - architects, designers, media companies…..
    • Businesses delivering or using ‘software as a service’ (SaaS)
  • More powerful services for small to medium-sized offices
    • Easier, faster and cheaper back-up of valuable and essential files for disaster recovery and archiving
    • Multiple simultaneous accesses to the internet
    • The capability to have several voice calls underway simultaneously, either broadband voice or else integrated fixed/mobile voice *

* e.g. using a new generation of small base station (a ‘femtocell’) connected to the broadband network

more powerful home working applications
More Powerful Home-working Applications

super>fast broadband will offer greater symmetric capability ……… which could mean

  • Opportunities to extend homeworking to industries and professions needing very large files shared or transferred
      • Tele-medicine e.g. collaborative assessment of X-rays and other images
      • Media/film/advertising/design
  • Increased capability to use interactive, video-rich web applications from home
      • Online training
      • IP video conferencing
      • Tele-presence applications
      • Web-casts
  • Enhanced user experience of concurrent applications suchas LiveMeeting, email, web surfing
  • Greater opportunity for effective ‘homeshoring’ of work.
      • Remote call centre agents with full two-way video supporting CRM applications
background
BACKGROUND

Two Pieces of Legislation

  • Electronic Communications Code (Conditions & Restrictions) Regulations 2003

&

  • Schedule 2, Part 24, Town & Country Planning (general Permitted Development) Order 1995
background1
BACKGROUND
  • Schedule 2, Part 24, Town & Country Planning (general Permitted Development) Order 1995
  • BT is deemed to have Planning Permission for the majority of its apparatus.
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BACKGROUND

Article 1(5) land Eng & Wales

  • National park
  • Area of outstanding natural beauty (AoNB)
  • Conservation areas
  • The Broads
  • World Heritage sites (England only)
  • &
  • Special sites of scientific interest (SSSI)
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BACKGROUND
  • What does the determination procedure require.
  • To notice the local planning authorities of our intention to install apparatus in these areas in order for them to give approval on the grounds of siting and appearance
determination process england and wales
Determination process (England and Wales)
  • Notice owner/agricultural tenant if on private property
  • To be sent to the LPA
  • Detail of location
  • Copy of plan
  • Copy of notice if applicable
  • The fee
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BACKGROUND
  • LPA has 56 calendar days in which to process the application.
  • BT cannot install apparatus until 56 days has expired or LPA has written to BT stating there are no objections.
  • LPA can reject the application on the grounds of siting or appearance in writing before the 56 days have expired.
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Electronic Communications Code (Conditions & Restrictions) Regulations 2003
  • Para 5 (1) (b) states Operator must inform LPA in writing of intention to install a cabinet for which he is not required to obtain planning permission
  • One calendar month in which to give written notice of conditions with which the LPA wishes him to comply in respect of the installation…
  • Operator not obliged to comply to the extent that they are unreasonable in all the circumstances
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Electronic Communications Code (Conditions & Restrictions) Regulations 2003
  • Para 6 Conservation Areas
  • Para 7 Listed Buildings & Ancient Monuments
  • Para 8 National Parks, the Broads, Limestone Pavement
  • 56 days notice
what you will see
What you will see

1 month

1 week

Approx 1 week

Survey site and submit notification and notice agreed

Contractors construct concrete plinth and cure

Modular erects the cabinet

Openreach connect the cabinet

EDF provides power supply

IMServe provides power meter and connects

Cabinet commissioned

Exchange commissioned and Communication Providers take orders

Estimated timescales and subject to change

super fast broadband strategy
Super>fast broadband strategy
  • BT plans the biggest ever UK investment in fibre-based super>fast broadband

- Subject to the right regulatory environment

  • In July 2008, BT announced its plans to rollout fibre-based, super>fast broadband to end users
    • Up to 10million UK homes by December 2012
    • Up to £1.5billion investment
    • Mixed economy strategy
  • At Q4 results (May 2009), BT announced the acceleration of its plans
    • FTTC in reach of more than one million homes & businesses by Spring 2010
  • BT will offer fibre access on an open, wholesale basis
  • Digital Britain
accelerating our rollout july 2009

We are investing £1.5bn to rollout fibre to 10 million homes and businesses, some 40% of the UK, by 2012

Accelerating our rollout – July 2009
  • Early market deployment (FTTC)
    • Spring 2010: rollout to every region of the UK
    • Over 1 million premises passed, including urban and rural locations

Edinburgh Corstorphine

Glasgow Bridgeton

Edinburgh

Glasgow Giffnock

Edinburgh Craiglockhart

Glasgow

Hetton-le-Hole

E. Herrington

Lisburn

Durham

Northern Ireland

Headingley

Belfast

Shipley

WestYorkshire

Denton

Low Moor

Swinton

  • Additional opportunity to work with regions that share our fibre vision through EU funding

Chorlton

Cheetham

Prestwich

Foxhall

Walkden

Hyde

Armley

Pontefract

Moss Side

Altrincham

Ashton-u-Lyne

Manchester

Manchester

Urmston

Tettenhall

Ponders End

Castleford

Walsall

Manchester E.

Wednesbury

Ingrebourne

Leamore

Glossop

Hinckley

Fallings Park

Hoddesdon

Wilmslow

Stalybridge

Great Barr

Hainault

Hornchurch

Berkhamsted

Barnet

Billericay

Brentwood

N. Penarth

Elstree

Barking

Caerphilly

London

Lea Valley

Loughton

Key

Sidcup

Whitchurch

Barry

Greenwich

Dartford

Bristol N.

FTTP

FTTC Trial/Pilot

Eltham

Downend

Basingstoke

Woodford

Cornwall

Areas of NGA bid activity

FTTC Rollout Spring 2010

Ebbsfleet

Muswell Hill

Bristol W.

Slade Green

New Southgate

Stamford Hill

Stanford-le-Hope

Waltham Cross

Subject to appropriate regulatory environment & customer demand