Presentation on theme: "B REEDING W IRELESS H IGHWAYS IN P ALESTINE Rural Business Residential Multi-Unit Point-to- Point Metro C OST - EFFECTIVE, S ECURE, R ELIABLE W IRELESS."— Presentation transcript:
B REEDING W IRELESS H IGHWAYS IN P ALESTINE Rural Business Residential Multi-Unit Point-to- Point Metro C OST - EFFECTIVE, S ECURE, R ELIABLE W IRELESS C ONNECTIVITY H ANI A LAMI –CEO C OOLNET
Figures from Palestine S QUARE KM 472 V ILLAGES & 13 CITIES 460K H OUSES ( A VERAGE 1K P ER VILLAGE ) 180K I NTERNET C ONNECTIONS OVER ADSL G EOGRAPHICAL : M OUNTAINS AND H ILLS
Out taking Monopoly P ALESTINIAN SERVICE PROVISION MARKET WAS MONOPOLIZED FOR A PERIOD OF OVER 15 YEARS. C UPPER CABLING INFRASTRUCTURE. A S MONOPOLY IS, THE CLIENT IS THE LEAST OF IMPORTANCE, PEOPLE HAD TO WAIT OVER 90 DAYS FOR A LANDLINE APPLICATION TO GET INTO FIELD ACTION.
ROI Studies FTTH Network – Fail FTTH With the Electricity Company - Fail New landline operator Fail Cable Network Fail Wireless Broadband gave the answer –CAPEX –OPEX
CAPEX leverage S HORT D EPLOYMENT PERIOD L OW DEPLOYMENT COST BETWEEN SMALL VILLAGE ' S W IDER FOOT PRINT IN SHORTER T IMEFRAME C HEAPER CPE S – N O SUBSIDIZING NEEDED S CALED B ANDWIDTH U PON N ETWORK NEED H IGHER EFFICIENCY TO REACH ANY CLIENT M ICROWAVE OFFERS A MUCH BETTER COST - PER - BIT RATIO THAN FIBER WITHOUT COMPROMISING ON AVAILABILITY OR RELIABILITY.
OPEX Leverage M UCH EASIER TO MAINTAIN L ESS FORCES AND TOOLS S HORTER T IME TO D ELIVER O PERATORS MIGHT LEVERAGE EXISTING FACILITIES TO GENERATE MORE REVENUES H IGHER SLA BY USING THE 1+1 T OPOLOGY E QUIPMENT CAN BE DISASSEMBLED AND RELOCATED SOMEWHERE ELSE
Our Comprehensive Solution AccessTrunkAggregation Long HaulShort Haul Wide rings between Districts Network Management System E Band Links and OFDMSDH & IP links Small Rings inside City and short links to the clients City Hotspot WiFi PtP/PtMP
Microwave vs. Fiber
Our Network Diagram
Delivered Services with 99.99% Highly Congested line with 30Mbps
More Delivered Services with 99.99% Highly Congested line with 100Mbps
Delivered Services for BSA ISP Highly Congested line with 400Mbps
Road Map………….. C ONNECTING C ORPORATE BUSINESSES WITH P2P C ONNECTING BSA ISP S WITH E BAND C ONNECTING SMALL WISP S P2P C ONNECTING SME S WITH MPTP B UILDING H OTSPOT WIFI NETWORK FOR R ESIDENTIAL USERS
Deployment Concept….. Simplicity wins S MALL CELLS WITH SHORT POLES L AYER 3 NETWORK WITH MPLS BETWEEN SITES C ONTROLLED DC SYSTEM RUNNING ALL THE SITES
L OW COST PER BST H IGH B ANDWIDTH – UP TO 58M BPS / S ECTOR L OW CPE P RICE A LMOST IN EVERY SMART P HONE AND PC Why Wifi ………
The Change Coolnet effectively participated in the ICT industry in The plan was to envelop the West Bank of Palestine with one wireless network identity. Provision of high end fully tailored corporate services. Coolnet initial team was 4 personnel, that worked day and night in shifts to secure sales, installations and after sales support.
WiFi City Coverage C OVERING THE C ITIES WITH A DAPTIVE B EAM F ORMING WIFI G / N
WiFi City Coverage…………. P2P LINKS FROM THE MAIN SITE FEEDING SMALL SITES WITH WIFI BASE STATIONS –H IGH CAPACITY CONNECTIONS – UP TO 100M BPS PER LINK –WIFI B EAMFORMING O UTDOOR B ASE STATION WITH EXTENDED C OVERAGE –P ROVIDES P T P PERFORMANCE WITH SIMPLE INSTALLATION N O ALIGNMENT NEEDED A UTOMATIC LINK ESTABLISHMENT S ELF BACKHAUL LINKS UTILIZES THE SAME 2.4GH Z FREQUENCY
The Transformation Service Prices Broadband OFDM Dedicated symmetric Mbps 1200 USD/ Mbps45 USD/ Mbps Wireless WiFi Subscription Bandwidth N/A8 USD/ 1 Mbps Commercial WiFi Internet subscription N/A12 USD/ 1 Mbps Bandwidth and Applicable Services Broadband maximum bandwidth 100 Mbps Aggregate1Gbps Full Duplex Wireless WiFi Subscription Bandwidth N/A8 Mbps serving over 1000 residents around the oPT Commercial WiFi Internet subscription N/A10 Mbps serving over 300 small businesses around oPT
Power Management Each site chosen was circulated with secondary sites, all sites where interconnected to one another. The main site characterized by being just 2 units larger than any other is interconnected to 2 main sites in districts or villages around it. Result: Fully redundant ring topology based Network
High Towers, are they the choice? Coolnet of all towers has 3 over 100 Ft. towers in its network. Danger to all technicians and riggers. Tower length allows for lightening a major issue which is a complete failure point to our equipment. Installation requires special mounting equipment to allow for the wind forces to not affect alignment. Is every main site such a high tower? Actually no, much of our efforts today are to limit these towers to the usage of redundant backbones for the repeating sites around.
Coolnet Staff Coolnet staff members today are 24 members. 8 field technical members. 3 technical and sales engineers. 2 Networking Engineers. 2 accountants. 5 Technical call support members. 4 members for administrative affairs.
Something is missing… Coolnet in order to further infiltrate, had to take leaps of faith, we successfully participated in our first tendering project valued at 250,000 USD for the Palestinian civil police VPN network. Not only did we win the grant of project implementation, it was as well an excellent reference for our prospects. Post this project Coolnet was able by then to acknowledge new expansions.
Projects implemented by Coolnet UNOPS – PCP installing 23 units of transmitters and receivers at 8 sites for the Palestinian Civil Police. USAID – FLAGSHIP Project installing over 22 sites with Microwave telecom equipment over Coolnet backbone into one VPN. USAID AMIDEAST the project to envelop 57 schools 3 universities into one educational VPN done over Coolnet backbone as well