Emerging Service Providers: Strategic Market Outlook & Forecast

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Emerging Service Providers: Strategic Market Outlook & ForecastU.S. Competitive Operator StrategiesPrefaceEMERGING SERVICE PROVIDERS: STRATEGIC MARKET OUTLOOKIntroductionAnalysis of the Overall U.S. Telecom Service MarketAnalysis of CLEC Sector Outlook Analysis of Long-Haul Service Provider Sector OutlookAnalysis of Emerging Service Provider Expense and Capital StructureAnalysis of Quality of Revenue Streams as a Predictor of Long-Term SurvivalTop-Level Analysis of Residential CLEC SectorTop-Level Analysis of In-building Broadband Service Provider (IBSP) SectorMarket Outlook for the DLECsOther Competitive Operator Sectors Tracked by Stratecast PartnersSurvivors and Fatalities among the U.S. Emerging Service ProvidersThe Last Word Regarding the Emerging Service Provider MarketKey Points Regarding the Competitive Operator Strategies ProgramASSUMPTIONS & METHODOLOGYHistorical Data and Two-year ForecastsTOTAL MARKET & SECTOR-LEVEL FORECASTSTotal MarketCLEC SectorLong-Haul Operator SectorCOMPANY-LEVEL ANALYSIS & FORECASTS: CLECS AND DLECSAllegiance TelecomAT&T Local Services (TCG)CovadElectric Lightwave Inc. (ELI)e.spireIntermediaMcLeod USARhythms NetConnectionsTeligentTime Warner TelecomWinstarWorldCom (MFS; Brooks; MCI Local)XO CommunicationsCOMPANY-LEVEL ANALYSIS & FORECASTS: LONG-HAUL OPERATORSBroadwing Communications (Formerly IXC Comm.)Level 3QwestWilliams CommunicationsSUMMARY FIGURES – 1998-2002SUMMARY FIGURES – 1998-2002




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