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Increasingly, large building owners are facing congestion in their telecommunication risers from all the new entrant telecom companies who want access to their tenants A number of large building owners have now declared a moratorium on new entrants In fact, some building owners are proposing that no carriers be allowed into the risers Instead, the building owners themselves are installing ber in the risers (usually two risers for redundancy purposes) from each tenant to an equipment room in the basement, where they interconnect to the carriers But even that is only a partial solution The access ducts to the building are becoming congested, as well as the equipment room in the basement The next logical step is to extend the tenants ber beyond the basement to a nearby open collocation facility The building owner may acquire 48 or more strands of customer-owned ber to at least two separate collocation facilities As part of the leasehold package, the tenant can lease this ber for the duration of their building lease to access a service provider of their choice at the collocation facility In many cities, companies are building collocation facilities to allow the interconnection of networks between competing service providers and for the hosting of web servers, storage devices, etc In fact, many of these facilities are being built by the same companies that also own large high-rise buildings The collocation facilities are rapidly becoming the obvious location for terminating customer-owned dark ber With a simple change in the optical patch panel in the collocation facility, the customer can quickly and easily change service providers at very short notice The tenants in such buildings can then lease several strands of dark ber within these trunks to one or more of the carrier neutral collocation facilities By leasing ber to separate collocation facilities, the tenant is assured of route diversity and redundancy in case of a ber break The building tenants can now easily outsource their web and network services to a number of competitive outsourcing companies located at the
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carrier neutral collocation facility With dark ber, there are no worries about congestion or bandwidth bottlenecks for the business when accessing its own server In summary, the bene ts of customer-owned dark ber to large building owners are: It eliminates congestion in the risers, and thereby saves valuable oor space It signi cantly reduces the cost of telecom services for tenants It reduces congestion in the building access ducts and machine rooms It allows for a new line of business to give the tenants the ability to outsource their server to a collocation facility, particularly if that facility is also owned by the building owner 5 It provides for a greater choice of server providers for the tenants, in being able to access a greater number of service providers at the collocation facility 6 It allows the tenants to establish redundant and diverse paths to two different service providers at two different collocation facilities 1 2 3 4
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The ber-to-the-home (FTTH) market is still in its infancy However, customer-owned dark ber is increasingly being seen as a superior alternative to the current proposed approaches for FTTH by the telephone and cable companies A number of entrepreneurs and small companies are exploring concepts where the homeowner has title to their own strands of ber in a neighborhood FTTH build The advantage of this approach is that the FTTH systems can be deployed in areas of low density and very small take-up (ie less than 5 %) Rather than treating the network as an expense, the network infrastructure is seen as an investment by the homeowner When an FTTH system is rst deployed, the initial customers (individual homeowners or other parties) make an investment of between $10 000 and $40 000 for each customer drop Their investment is secured by IRUs on a number of ber strands anywhere from 12 to 96 strands As additional customers in the neighborhood are signed up for the service by the condominium ber manager, the strands are purchased by the new customers from the initial investors This way, the initial investors can see a signi cant return on their investment (as much as 500 % return) and yet have the con dence in knowing that their investment is secured by the underlying IRUs (as opposed to shares in a CLEC or condominium ber company) Several companies are now developing technology for delivery of Ethernet to the home The beauty of this technology is that it uses a well-known open standard for the delivery of service The technology can be used to support voice, video and extreme high-speed data Ethernet delivery of services can be best accomplished with optical ber The big challenge for governments is whether the deployment of broadband services to the home should be a monopoly service, like the cable and telephone model, where the service provider owns the infrastructure, or an open model, where the consumer owns (and delegates management to a service provider of their choice) the infrastructure and connects to the service provider of their choice at an open collocation facility Carriers who have built telecom infrastructures under government regulated monopoly have a signi cant advantage in the marketplace If consumers own or control the infrastructure, they can then connect to the service provider of their choice More importantly, it levels the playing eld, as it allows small service providers who cannot afford to build a costly infrastructure to sell services to the consumer
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