The Asset Light VNO: A Sound Business Model?

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The typical network service provider (NSP) approach to increasing footprint and service availability is to invest in and deploy its own network assets. Deploying physical points-of-presence (POPs) in its chosen countries of operation and negotiating agreements with incumbent PTTs to deliver the last mile local-loop for its customers, the NSP is able to deliver consistent global network coverage and services.

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The Asset Light VNO: A Sound Business Model?BMS 2-03Executive SummaryIntroductionThe VNO Value PropositionPartnerships and AlliancesAdding ValueAvailability; Performance; Resilience and SecurityHow VNOs Compare with Facilities-Based ProvidersStratecast - The Last WordAbout Stratecast




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