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<ul><li> 1. FIBER FROM THE HOME a paradigm shifting story, by Marc Duchesne, green ber evangelistENGAGE Kick-Off Conference High Speed Broadband For Rural Europe September 25, 2012 Nevers, France</li></ul> <p> 2. Note I wrote the first version of this presentation in early 2010.I published it on Slideshare for the FTTH Forum in Budapest, Hungary. At this time, the ideas developed here were in their infancy.More than 3,700 views, 30 downloads after, several real case examples doexist in Europe and North America that prove those concepts to be viable,and sustainable. Lets continue to spread the World. _Marc Duchesne, 9/24/2012, Nevers, France. 3. Our intuition is that an innovative model holds unrealized promise:household investments in ber. Consumers may one day purchaseand own ber connections that run from their homes.Homes with Tails ,Tim Wu, Columbia University, and Derek Slater, Google inc.,Nov. 2008. 4. why Fiber-From-The-Home ? 5. becauseFiber-TO-The-Home networks providersway too often forget... me. 6. piece of evidence ? 7. Diverse Business ModelsINFRASTRUCTURE OFFER CUSTOMER PARTNERCUSTOMER NETWORK RELATIONSHIPCOREVALUE TARGET CAPABILITIESPROPOSITION CUSTOMERVALUEDISTRIBUTIONCONFIGURATIONCHANNEL COST FINANCEREVENUESTRUCTURESTREAMSa business model describes the value an organization offers to various customers and portrays the capabilities and partnersMe aka The Customer is NOT the centerrequired for creating, marketing, and delivering this value and relationship capital with the goal of generating profitable andof the traditional business model sustainable revenue streamsAlex Osterwalder / arvetica 8. consequence 9. in France, no Open Access Muninetwork gets more than 20%penetration ratio, and no one sports more than 2 ISPs for Residential. 10. its time for a paradigm shift 11. apply 3 simple models, all born in America. 12. barn-raising tradition+ web 2.0 habits+ carbon zero goals=Fiber From The Home 13. model #1: barn raising 14. the modernized barn-raising of old approachto build ber- broadband networksin rural areas 15. A barn raising is an event during which a community comestogether to assemble a barn for one of its households.Born in 18th century in Rural North America, the practicecontinues as is in the country.source: Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org 16. The Barn raising approach is now adopted in the UK for RuralBroadband deployments.Dig Your Own Fibre is the motto there.source: NextGenus.net 17. lesson #1 the barn-raising model :build your own community network 18. model #2: web 2.0 19. the Web 2.0 startup s business modelapplied to Rural NextGeneration Accessnetworks 20. The term Web 2.0 is used to describe web applications that offerinteractive information sharing, interoperability, user-centereddesign, user-generated content and collaboration.New methods to interact with the End-User appeared with theWeb 2.0 startups : alpha version, private release, beta testing, etc. source: Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org 21. Twitter, founded in march 2006 in San Francisco, CA, is the world-largest social networking and micro-blogging service. It has a 500million users installed base, attracts 170 million visitors per month,generating 400 million tweets a day.Twitter was launched without any business model, and willgenerate revenues of $300M this year. Before Facebook s IPO, itsmarket value was estimated between $7 and $9 billion...source: TechCrunch &amp; Wall Street Journal 22. lesson #2the web 2.0 model :start small, with no business model 23. model #3: smart grid 24. the sharing of investments andoperation costs acrossBroadband and Smart Grid networks, andthe bundling of services across theCustomers bases 25. A smart grid delivers electricity from suppliers to consumersusing digital technology with two-way communications to controlappliances at consumers homes to save energy, reduce cost andincrease reliability and transparency.In the US, several utilities have deployed muni ber networks todeliver both smart meters connectivity and triple-play services toresidential and enterprise customers. source: Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org 26. The city of Chattanooga, Tennessee, has installed its own ber-to-the-premises infrastructure, through its electric utility EPB.This network offers two-way communications at the smart meteron every home and business and all along the grid, together withresidential high speed Internet, video and telephone services.Chattanooga is the very rst city in the US to offer a 1Gbit/sservice to its residents. source: NextGenus.net 27. lesson #3the smart grid model :share costs, infrastructures, services,and customers 28. ber from the home :turning the traditional modelupside down 29. access provider services providersconsumers end-user 30. ber from the home :empowering the end-user 31. Marc Duchesne +33 681 330 960marc.duchesne@me.com skype : miniotdrtwitter : mduchesn</p>