17 February 1995 Economic viability of access broadband multiservice networks
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Proceedings Volume 2450, Broadband Networks: Strategies and Technologies; (1995) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.201316
Event: Advanced Networks and Services, 1995, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Abstract
In this paper the economic viability of alternative architectures for optical access networks providing broad band services to different subscriber classes in a metropolitan environment, is investigated by a specific tool, NEVE (Network Economic Viability Evaluator), developed for broad band multiservice network planning, service evolutionary scenarios assessment, evaluation of tariff strategies and other actions taken at stimulating the demand growth. As the viability target can be achieved in different ways, different studies can be carried out by NEVE. In the paper some of them are discussed, particularly the ones addressed: to evaluate the impact on viability of alternative service scenarios; to determine the critical mass of broad band subscribers and the critical joint service adoption cost; to evaluate cross subsidiary policies among different subscriber classes and services; to perform sensitivity analysis with respect to variations of demand parameters and tariffs.
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Francesco Castelli, Giacinto Dammicco, Ugo Mocci, "Economic viability of access broadband multiservice networks", Proc. SPIE 2450, Broadband Networks: Strategies and Technologies, (17 February 1995); doi: 10.1117/12.201316; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.201316
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