G.Fast and FTTdp: Assessing the Costs, Feasibility and Interest
|出版日||ページ情報||英文 PPT (25 slides)
|G.FastとFTTdp：コスト・実現可能性・利益の評価 G.Fast and FTTdp: Assessing the Costs, Feasibility and Interest|
|出版日: 2012年12月05日||ページ情報: 英文 PPT (25 slides)||
一般的に、FTTdpソリューションはFTTH導入と比較して全体コストの削減で利益を生み出しますが、FTTdpの導入コストの削減は増大したOpexの影響を受けます。銅線上の超高速データ通信の新しい規格となる、FTTdp(Fibre to the distribution point)とG.Fastの結合によって、オペレーターはアクセスネットワークの最終セクションで新たな光ケーブル導入コストを回避すると同時に、FTTH並みの速度が利用可能になります。
In general, an FTTdp solution will yield a net saving in whole-life cost compared with an FTTH deployment, although the reduction in deployment cost for FTTdp is affected by increased opex.
Fibre to the distribution point (FTTdp) is access architecture that shortens the copper loop by rolling out fibre to within 200m of premises. By combining FTTdp with G.Fast, an emerging standard for ultrafast data over copper, operators can enable FTTH-like speeds while avoiding the deployment costs for new optical cables in the final section of the access network.
Richard Linton (Consultant) has more than twenty years' experience in the telecoms industry, and has worked as a consultant with Analysys Mason for more than 8 years. He specialises in technical and commercial work for operators in both the fixed and mobile areas. In the fixed sector, he has worked overseas on many projects for a number of incumbent fixed-line operators. As well as undertaking research assignments, he has contributed to many strategic and operational consulting projects. Richard's main skills include cost modelling, market analysis and technical due diligence. He holds a first class honours degree in Physics and a PhD in Engineering.
Stephen Wilson (Senior Analyst) is the lead analyst for Analysys Mason's Country Reports research programme and contributes research to our Fixed Networks programme. Stephen joined Analysys Mason as a Senior Analyst in November 2012, having previously worked for Informa Telecoms & Media. Stephen has more than 5 years of experience covering the telecoms industry and specialises in analysing fixed broadband access technologies and strategies, as well as developments in European telecoms markets across fixed and mobile sectors. He has produced reports on DSL acceleration technologies as well as regular updates on European markets, notably in Central and Eastern Europe. Stephen is a graduate in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from St Catherine's College, Oxford University.