Tuesday, 20 September, 2011
9:55-12:00
Le Mt-Blanc

Tu.4/5.Le Mt-Blanc • The Swiss Way of FTTH: Symposium Swiss Industry Day

Chairs: Bruno Schöllkopf, BSP Networks, Switzerland; Ruedi Felder, Electrosuisse, Switzerland
 

Session: Network structures, topologies and architectures

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THE SWISS WAY OF FTTH: QUICK LOOK BEHIND THE SCENES
Alexander R.Etter, Innoveritas, Switzerland
Presentation of the current market situation and introduction to the amazing multi-fiber FTTH model. Summary of the key market drivers and possible scenarios for the further development.
 
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SIG - FTTH A REAL PROJECT IN THE STATE OF GENEVA
Olivier Gudet, Responsable de l'Activité Télécom, SIG - Services Industriels de Genève, Switzerland
FTTH in Geneva, why now ? Building a network in cooperation with your main competitor, is that a schizophrenic approach? Could you deploy a network for 240,000 units with 5 people?
 
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FIBRE SUISSE: THE PARTNERSHIP WAY OF FTTH
Peter Kempf, Swisscom, Switzerland
Swisscom is rolling out FTTH in over 20 cities, in nine places of these with a cooperation partner. To support different business models of the partners, each household is connected point-to-point via multiple fibers. This multi-fiber model is embraced by regulator and stakeholders.
 
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FTTH: ONE EUROPE, MANY SOLUTIONS?
Hartwig Tauber, Director FTTH Council Europe, Portugal
The objective of this presentation is to give an overview on the various business- and coop-eration models of fibre networks in Europe on a national and regional basis. Topics include the analysis of the European FTTH market as well as the role of governments, regulators, networks operators and other stakeholders.

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