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Stratecast 2000, Executive SummaryIntroductionIntroductionMacroeconomic OverviewMacroeconomic OverviewRegulatory OverviewRegulatory OverviewTechnology OverviewTechnology OverviewBest-in-Class Principles Regarding Business StrategyBest-in-Class Principles Regarding Business StrategyService Provider Market and StrategiesService Provider Market and StrategiesOSS Market and StrategiesOSS Market and StrategiesEquipment Supplier Market and StrategiesEquipment Supplier Market and StrategiesCiscoNortelLucentAlcatelMarconiUnisphereNewbridgeConclusionConclusionStratecast 2000, Macroeconomic OverviewIntroduction and Historical PerspectiveIntroduction and Historical PerspectiveInterest Rates Interest Rates Inflation and UnemploymentInflation and UnemploymentGDPGDPSummary AnalysisSummary AnalysisThe Last Word Regarding the Macroeconomic OverviewThe Last Word Regarding the Macroeconomic OverviewStratecast 2000, Regulatory OverviewIntroductionCompetitive Factors and Regulatory IssuesA Word on ILEC Strategic MotivationSpecific Regulatory IssuesIssue 1: Improved Collocation ArrangementsIssue 2: Subloop UnbundlingIssue 3: Line Sharing/Spectrum UnbundlingIssue 4: Regulatory Treatment of ILEC xDSL ServicesIssue 5: Multiple-ISP Access to Cable SystemsOther Regulatory IssuesOther Regulatory IssuesIssue 1:. Intercarrier Compensation for ISP-Bound CallsIssue 2: Section 271 ReliefIssue 3: Regulatory Status of VoIPConclusionsConclusionsStratecast 2000, Technology OverviewOverall Dynamic: ConvergenceOverall Dynamic: ConvergenceFundamental Technology TrendsFundamental Technology TrendsElectronicsOpticsWirelessCore Network TechnologyCore Network TechnologyEdge TechnologyEdge TechnologyControl Plane TechnologyControl Plane TechnologyThe Last Word Regarding TechnologyThe Last Word Regarding TechnologyStratecast 2000, Best-in-Class Principles Regarding Business StrategyIntroductionIntroductionMichael Porter; Competitive Strategy (Michael Porter; Competitive Strategy; The Free Press; 1980)Michael Porter; Competitive Strategy (Michael Porter; Competitive Strategy; The Free Press; 1980)The Five Competitive ForcesGeneric StrategiesTreacy & Wiersema; The Discipline of Market Leaders (Michael Treacy and Fred Wiersema; The Discipline of Market Leaders; Addison Wesley; 1996)Treacy & Wiersema; The Discipline of Market Leaders (Michael Treacy and Fred Wiersema; The Discipline of Market Leaders; Addison Wesley; 1996)Discipline 1: The Discipline of Operational ExcellenceDiscipline 2: The Discipline of Product LeadershipDiscipline 3: The Discipline of Customer IntimacyRam Charan & Noel Tichy; Every Business is a Growth Business (Ram Charan & Noel Tichy; Every Business is a Growth Business; Times Business; 1998)Ram Charan & Noel Tichy; Every Business is a Growth Business (Ram Charan & Noel Tichy; Every Business is a Growth Business; Times Business; 1998)Clayton Christensen; The Innovator’s Dilemma (Clayton Christensen; The Innovator’s Dilemma; Harvard Business School Press; 1997)Clayton Christensen; The Innovator’s Dilemma (Clayton Christensen; The Innovator’s Dilemma; Harvard Business School Press; 1997)Christensen’s Theory of Resource DependenceSummary AnalysisSummary AnalysisStratecast 2000, Service Provider Market and StrategiesMarket OverviewMarket OverviewThe Emerging Service Providers In FocusThe Emerging Service Providers In FocusThe Residential Market: The Next FrontierThe Residential Market: The Next FrontierOpportunity Drivers in the Residential Telecommunications SectorRCN: A Preview of Coming AttractionsConclusion Regarding The Residential Market OpportunityThe Cable MSOs as Telecom Service Providers: What Went WrongThe Cable MSOs as Telecom Service Providers: What Went WrongThe End of an Era That Never DawnedThe AT&T Era CommencesThe Take-Away for Equipment/OSS SuppliersService Provider Mega-Alliances To EmergeService Provider Mega-Alliances To EmergeThe Last Word on Service Provider Business StrategiesThe Last Word on Service Provider Business StrategiesStratecast 2000, OSS Market and StrategiesIntroduction Introduction Commitment to Service and Support – An Organization’s Lifeblood Commitment to Service and Support – An Organization’s Lifeblood Service Provider/End-User Customer RelationshipOSS Vendor/Service Provider RelationshipMulti-Vendor; Multi-Technology SupportVendor-Neutral Element Management Element Management within an Integrated OSS SolutionCarrier-to-Carrier OSS InterconnectionCarrier-to-Carrier OSS InterconnectionOSS Interconnection – Solution Investment or Service Bureau?The Need for Automated OSS Interconnection GrowsProcess Control and OSS Mediation ManagementBusiness Model Determines Required Business Processes Automated Business Process ManagementQuality of Service – Service Level ManagementWhat are Service Level Agreements (SLA)?Why Emerging Carriers Are Not Significantly Emphasizing SLAs TodayWhy Incumbent Carriers Are Not Offering SLAs to Most of Their CustomersSLA Needs for ASP/e-Business-Enabled Network CarriersThe Road Ahead for SLA ManagementThe Role of OSS in the ASP/e-business Vision Empowering Network Service Providers for e-BusinessThe Unbreakable Ties Binding E-Business/ASP Services and OSSSummary Analysis: The OSS Landscape & OSS Solution Provider Business StrategiesSummary Analysis: The OSS Landscape & OSS Solution Provider Business StrategiesThe Last Word Regarding OSS StrategiesThe Last Word Regarding OSS StrategiesStratecast 2000, Equipment Supplier Market and StrategiesOverview of the Equipment MarketOverview of the Equipment MarketCompetitive LandscapeCompetitive LandscapeThe Rise of Professional ServicesCompeting Business ModelsCompeting Business ModelsVertical IntegrationHorizontal IntegrationTechnology Start-upsFuture OutlookFuture OutlookCiscoNortelLucentAlcatelMarconiUnisphereNewbridgeSummary Assessment




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