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CATV operators have been faced to high pressure of a major transformation themselves due to the changes from HFC to FTTH services.
In addition, regional CATV operators and ILEC company (NTT East/West) have been competing with each other in various fields such as Internet access services, however, the relationship between the two has been changing recently.
In this presentation, we would like to introduce an example of local Internet infrastructure, which should be protected without change and examples of successes achieved by making changes, and provide an opportunity for everyone to discuss the usefulness of these changes.
One of the examples that must be protected without change is “ensuring the safety of last one mile (EFM) utility”.
As part of this effort, a business alliance between local CATV operators and NTT is being promoted for the “response action for insecure utility” and this is actually a successful example of “Change” between NTT and CATV.
We would like to discuss, by sharing examples of CATV operators who have achieved great success by reforming their conventional design and construction concepts in terms of whether they should continue to install their own optical fiber or utilize the dark fiber provided by ILEC, we can all think about the challenges we face in maintaining infrastructure and how to break through them.

Place

1F Budokan A+B

Date

Day1 Wednesday, Jul 13th, 2022/16:00~16:30(30Minutes)

Presenter

稲川 雄一
株式会社 エヌ・シィ・ティ 取締役 技術部長 兼 経営企画室長

Yuichi Inagawa (NCT)

越智 一敦
株式会社インク 代表取締役 兼 サイバーセキュリティ事業部長

Kazunobu Ochi (iink Ltd.,)

西澤 一彦
東日本電信電話株式会社 ビジネス開発本部 担当部長

Kazuhiko Nishizawa (NTT East)