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1 Ki lnam Chon Broadband Networks - Overview - Asia Broadband Summit Beijing

2 Broadband Internet is Asian Phenomenon

3 1. Broadband Networks 2. Current Status of Internet 3. International Internet Bandwidth 4. Broadband Backbone Network-Bandwidth 5. Broadband Access 6. Broadband Applications 7. Current Status of Broadband Access 8. Country Report 9. What’s Next? Reference Contents

4 Broadband Backbone Network Broadband Access Broadband Application 1. Broadband Networks

5 2. Current Status of Internet Internet Population (in million) Canada & USA 183 Europe 186 Asia 168 Latin America 33 Middle East 5 Africa 6 Total 580 (Feb. 2003, )

6 3. International Internet Bandwidth 3.1 Intercontinental Internet Bandwidth North America Latin America Asia Europe Africa 162Gbps 14Gbps 0.8Gbps 1.2Gbps 42Gbps Telegeography Gbps

7 3.2 International Bandwidth for Asian Countries Japan China India Hong Kong Korea Singapore Malaysia Philippines Taiwan Europe North America 0.95Gpps 0.39Gpps 18.03Gbps 0.1Gbps 1.64Gbps 3.73Gbps ASIA 0.37Gbps 0.54Gbps 1.03Gbps 3.65Gbps 0.53Gbps 0.06Gbps 0.07Gbps 0.40Gbps 1.93Gbps 0.02Gbps 0.15Gbps 0.10Gbps 2.56Gbps 1.17Gbps 0.65Gbps Telegeography 2001

8 0.6 Gbps 2.5 Gbps 10 Gbps 40 Gbps 1 Gbps Remark: Lambda Networking Optical Internet 4. Broadband Backbone Network- Bandwidth

9 5. Broadband Access 5.1 Wireline 5.2 Wireless 5.3 Broadband Penetration 5.4 Broadband Access(2003) 5.5 Top 30 Hub Cities

10 (1) Dialup ~ 64 Kbps (2) DSL/Cable 0.1 ~ 40 Mbps Cable 1~10 Mbps(shared) ADSL 1~8 Mbps(dedicated) VDSL 20~50 Mbps or more(dedicated) (3) Ethernet 100 Mbps ~ 10 Gbps(dedicated) 5.1 Wireline

11 (1) Wireless LAN b 11 Mbps(shared) a 54 Mbps(shared) g54 Mbps(shared) Mbps(shared) Mbps with mobility (shared) (2) Mobile Phone 2.5~3G 0.1~2 Mbps 4G 20~50 Mbps 5.2 Wireless

12 5.3 Source : ITU Note : Data for Canada and United States are estimates.

13 5.4 Broadband Access (2003) Economy Subscribers Per Capital Per Household Growth Rate Korea 10 million 21% 75% ~20% Hong Kong 1 million 15% > 100% Taiwan 2.5 million 11% >100~300% Canada 2.5 million 11% 36% ~20% Japan 11 million 9% 27% >100~300% Singapore 0.3 million 7% ~20% USA 16 million 7% 18% ~20% Remark: China is catching up, in particular among big cities. Korea, Canada and Sweden are leading in LAN(100 Mbps) Source : Wall Street Journal ( ), ITU ( ) and Others

14 6. Broadband Applications 6.1 Classification 6.2 "Killer Application“ 6.3 Case Study - Korea 6.4 Next Generation Broadband Applications

15 (1) General Internet Access - Browsing - Messaging - File Downloading - Games (2) Audio and Video - Audio Delivery - Internet Telephony - Video Delivery - Video Conference (3) New Applications - Peer-to-Peer Applications - Distributed Work - Distance Learning - Home Content 6.1 Classification

16 All countries are looking for "KILLER APPLICATIONS" now. General consensus is multimedia,in particular video such as Television Movie Video Conference 6.2 "Killer Application"

17 6.3.1 Killer Applications - First Wave (1) Heavy Internet users(always on) (2) Adult content (3) Stock exchange(Day Trader) (4) Online game Killer Applications - Second Wave (1) Broadband Portal (2) Education (3) Music (4) Movie (5) Television Program 6.3 Case Study - Korea

18 6.4 Next Generation Broadband Applications ( or Why do we need Gigabit Ethernet? ) (1) Higher Definition Video Streaming Down loading (2) High Definition Video Conferencing and Class (3) High Definition Online Game (4) Bulk File Transfer (5) P2P (more to come)

19 - Broadband access with always-on capability becomes social infrastructure in Korea with other Asian countries following. (like telephone, and television) -Virus and intrusion become serious social problems since general users with always-on connection are not ready for these problems. 7. Current Status of Broadband Access

20 (1) Broadband Is Fully Deployed - 60% of household - Dialup has become "horse carriage" - Broadband become social infrastructure like telephone or automobile or television (2) Looking for Next Generation Broadband - VDSL(>10 Mbps) vs FTTH(100 Mbps~) - LAN(~FTTB) deployment at 10~15% (3) Side Effects - Intrusion - Virus (4) Mobile and Wireless - Mobile Internet is taking off - Major deployment of wireless LAN 8. Country Report 8.1 Korea

21 (1) Fast Growth in millions --> 8 millions (--> 11 millions in 2003) Tough price competition (~ $20/month) (2) Looking for Killer Applications VoIP Video (3) Mobile Internet 50% penetration 2.5G/3G are taking off 8.2 Japan

22 (1) Internet is Taking Off in China 57 millions in 2002(2nd after USA) Expected to take over USA in 2005 Beijing and Shanghai are similar to Korea and Japan (2) Hong Kong and Taiwan Are Following Korean Pattern ~10% penetration and taking off 8.3 Greater China

23 (1) Internet Is Fully Deployed (2) Broadband Penetration Is Around 10% 8.4 Singapore

24 DSL and/or Cable Modem are coming up. 8.5 South/South East Asia

25 VDSL ( 20~100 Mbps) FTTH ( 100Mbps ~ 1 Gbps ) Remark : Looking for “killer applications” Digital Video, Interactive Video, … Replacing wired telephone (and television ?) 9. What’s Next? 9.1 Next Generation Broadband Access

26 “Broadbandization” of wireline and wireless networks Integration of wireline and wireless networks Networking everything 9.2 Ubiquitous Network. RFID

27 Mobile Phone Wireless LAN Bluetooth RFID 9.3 Wireless Network Integration or Natural Selection

28 9.4 Lambda Networking : Global Research Community European lambdas to US –8 GigEs Amsterdam—Chicago –8 GigEs London—Chicago Canadian lambdas to US –8 GigEs Chicago-Canada-NYC –8 GigEs Chicago-Canada-Seattle US lambdas to Europe –4 GigEs Chicago—Amsterdam –3 GigEs Chicago—CERN European lambdas –8 GigEs Amsterdam—CERN –2 GigEs Prague—Amsterdam –2 GigEs Stockholm—Amsterdam –8 GigEs London—Amsterdam TransPAC lambda (yellow) –1 GigE Chicago—Tokyo IEEAF lambdas (blue) –8 GigEs NYC—Amsterdam –8 GigEs Seattle—Tokyo

29 9.5 Lambda Networks in Asia Europe Russia China Hong Kong Korea Japan Taiwan USA 10Gbps 100 Gbps 10Gbps 1~2.5 Gbps(?) 2Gbps 35Gbps 3~5Gbps 2.5Gbps 5Gbps

30 Kilnam Chon, The Internet: Asian Perspective, Stanford, Kilnam Chon, Broadband In Asia, ESI, DC, ESI,Broadband: Opportunities & Challenges for Telecom Industry, DC, ITU, Promoting Broadband, April NCA, Broadband Internet in Korea, CSTB/NRC, Broadband : Bringing home the bits, YT Lee, Broadband Network in Korea, Asia-Pacific Broadband Summit, Tokyo, Reference


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