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Many municipalities are now looking at the advantages of condominium or customer-owned ber Not only do these networks substantially reduce telecommunication costs, but they can also signi cantly increase the number of competitive service offerings, because any service provider can also purchase strands of ber It is not necessary for the municipality or community to own the ber or build the networks themselves Municipalities and communities can encourage the deployment of condominium ber networks in their jurisdiction by tendering their existing telecommunication business only to those companies that will deploy such networks In some cases, provincial, state and federal governments can play a critical leadership role by providing additional funding to make sure that all communities can enjoy the bene ts of condominium ber networks
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72 Advantages of customer-owned dark ber/municipal ber to different users and businesses 721 Public institutions
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The organizations that are usually the earliest bene ciaries of dark ber are schools and school boards The initial primary driver for dark ber by individual customers is the dramatic savings in telecommunication costs The reduction in telecommunication costs can be in excess of 1000 %, depending on bandwidth requirements A typical dark ber connection may cost a one time fee of $25 000 (2003 gure) If an organization is currently leasing an OC-3 circuit (155 Mbps), it could be paying anywhere
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between $3000 $6000 per month, which results in an annual cost greater than purchasing dark ber When leasing local loops with greater capacity than OC-3, the cost savings can be more dramatic The typical pay-back for dark ber, as opposed to purchasing managed bandwidth, is 12 to 18 months And for this short pay-back, the customer gets a future-proof network for the next 20 years, where there is no increase in local loop costs as the customer s bandwidth demands increase, except to upgrade the equipment at the ends of the ber Some of the bene ts of customer-owned dark ber include: 1 Signi cantly reduced local loop costs for connecting each school to the central school board of ce The typical average cost to connect up a school is $US 25 000 per school for a 20-year IRU In some cases, the ber can be leased at a price of typically around $400 per month per school 2 Reduced network management complexity, in that only simple and easy-to-use Fast Ethernet or Gigabit Ethernet transceivers are needed at each end of the ber 3 No additional costs to increase the bandwidth of the network, other than to upgrade the transceivers at the end of the ber 4 A dramatic reduction in the number of network Web and LAN servers With dark ber, the individual school LANs can be extended to the central school board of ce All of the servers can be relocated to the central site and aggregated into single-server systems This signi cantly reduces network management and complexity 5 A signi cant reduction in network staff and travel, as most of the LAN and network servers are relocated to a central site 6 A greater choice of service providers for Internet and other advanced services Those school boards that use a carrier to connect to the school are limited to, in most cases, one or two carriers who can connect up the schools in their district But if the schools purchase their own ber, they can aggregate their traf c and then connect to a greater choice of service providers at the central school board of ce It also makes their network business more attractive for outsourcing 7 Development and deployment of new applications and services that would not be possible with a limited bandwidth service Many schools with dark ber, for example, are putting Internet telephones on each teacher s desk With a dark ber network, there is no additional cost to provide such a service, except for the purchase of the telephones themselves Other applications include videoconferencing and distance education However, school boards should be careful to compare total solutions packages, where a carrier owns and manages the ber to the school, versus purchasing their own dark ber Many school boards and governments are enticed with the worry-free management of a wide area network, where the carrier owns the ber to the school or other facility While this may be attractive at rst, it will limit the school in terms of its future options When a school board goes to renew its contract a few years down the road, the incumbent carrier who installed the initial ber will have a competitive advantage over any other new entrant in the marketplace who must now also install ber to the school As most schools are located in suburban/rural areas, there is rarely a business case for a second carrier (never mind a third or fourth) to build a ber network to the school When the
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