Global - Broadband - Infrastructure - Next Generation Networks - Overview & Analysis

Synopsis

Archived report. This report was archived in 2006 and has not been updated. Next Generation Networks (NGN) developed from Virtual Private Networks (VPN) in the voice market and Value Added Networks (VAN) in the data market. In a market rapidly changing from telecom services to broadband applications a totally new operational structure is required. NGNs integrate telecoms with IT and form the core of this environment. NGNs enable the convergence of voice, data and video (triple play) by making it possible to have multiple services flow over the same network. This report presents research and an overview and analysis of the market. NGN infrastructure developments are discussed in a separate report.

Table of Contents

  • 1. Synopsis
  • 2. Introduction
    • 2.1 Developing from VPNs
    • 2.2 Advantages and disadvantages
    • 2.3 Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
    • 2.4 Advantages of NGNs over leased lines
    • 2.5 Advantages of NGNs over traditional remote access
    • 2.6 Types of NGN
    • 2.7 NGN solutions
  • 3. Telcos and the nextgen revolution - analysis
    • 3.1 Changing telecoms into IT
    • 3.2 Nextgen Telcos
      • 3.2.1 The new companies
    • 3.3 Traditional telcos
      • 3.3.1 Sticking to outdated models
    • 3.4 Ignoring next-gen structures
    • 3.5 Choice: protecting the old or embracing the new
    • 3.6 Battle between vested interests and nextgen developments
    • 3.7 BT – an NGN leader
  • 4. NGN in action
    • 4.1 Drivers of NGNs
    • 4.2 Key application is telepresence
    • 4.3 The shaky position of 3G
    • 4.4 New business models are emerging
    • 4.5 Voice remains a killer ap
    • 4.6 From vertical to horizontal industry structures
  • 5. NGN Roundtable
  • 6. Internet economy requires NGNs – now
    • 6.1 Lacklustre beginning by telcos
    • 6.2 Businesses start looking at alternatives
    • 6.3 NGN requirements
  • 7. Nextgen investment strategies
    • 7.1 Long term investment required
    • 7.2 Competition – not NGNs – is driving prices down
    • 7.3 Global telecommunications capital expenditure
      • 7.3.1 Spending on telecom services
    • 7.4 Regional telecommunications capital expenditure
    • 7.5 Are there any broadband write-offs?
    • 7.6 Lose-lose-lose strategy
    • 7.7 Who is paying for the decrease in values?
  • 8. Broadband VoIP
  • 9. Historic overview
    • 9.1 VPNs during the 1990s
    • 9.2 VPNs in the 2000’s
  • 10. Growth of IP-VPN (NGNs)
  • 11. Related reports
  • Table 1 – Global telecoms capital expenditure – 2005; 2010; 2015
  • Table 2 - Global telecom services market size – 2003 - 2005
  • Table 3 – Capital expenditure by region – 2005, 2006
  • Exhibit 1 – Nextgen telecoms
  • Exhibit 2 – Verizon vs Skype
  • Exhibit 3 – The role of voice
  • Exhibit 4 – Global outsource market services

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Number of pages 15

Status Archived

Last updated 5 Dec 2006
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Analyst: Kylie Wansink

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