Timeframe and Characteristics of Carrier Deployment of VoIP and IP Telephony

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Topics covered include wholesale/retail, long distance/domestic, VoIP VPN, hosted VoIP, IP Centrex, Centrex IP, Integrated Access, residential broadband, consumer VoIP, FTTH, FTTC, Cable MSOs, & VoIP & Prepaid Calling Cards. A detailed competitive analysis is provided with company profiles & SWOT analyses for major wholesale & retail service providers, & smaller VoIP service providers. A success factors analysis is included, which rates service providers on their potential to strategically implement success factors. Strategic feedback is provided for wholesale providers, RBOCs & LECs, IXCs, Next Generation Service Providers & Cable MSOs. This study is provided in PPT format - a PDF file is attached.

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Timeframe and Characteristics of Carrier Deployment of VoIP and IP Telephony, VoIP and IP TelephonyIntroductionIntroductionTable of ContentsState of the MarketMarket HighlightsNotable Recent Events and DevelopmentsMarket and Technology TrendsOverview of the Wholesale VoIP Services MarketOverview of the Retail VoIP Services MarketOutline SlideIndustry Challenges Regulatory Issues IRegulatory Issues IIMarket Size and Growth PotentialOutline SlideMarket DriversMarket RestraintsOutline Slide - Toll BypassWholesale Services - Traffic Volume GrowthWholesale VoIP Services - Revenue GrowthDeployment of VoIP in Long-Distance NetworksLong Distance VoIP TrafficPenetration of VoIP - Domestic and Long-Distance VoIP TrafficOutline Slide - Business VoIP ServicesOutline Slide - Local Business ServicesHosted IP Telephony and Integrated Services OpportunitiesValue Proposition of Hosted IP Telephony and Integrated Access ServicesGrowth Potential of Hosted IP Telephony and Integrated Access ServicesHosted IPT vs TDM Centrex vs Premises SystemsHosted IPT Penetration by Business SizeHosted IPT and Integrated Access Services RevenuesIntegrated Access Services to PBX and IP PBX Customers IIntegrated Access Services to PBX and IP PBX Customers IIOutline Slide - Voice VPNVoIP VPN Services - Value PropositionVoIP VPN Services - Growth PotentialOutline Slide - Consumer VoIP ServicesResidential Broadband Telephony and the Evolution of Consumer VoIP ServicesResidential Broadband Telephony - Subscriber GrowthResidential Broadband Telephony - Revenue GrowthPC Telephony and Closed User Groups - Current State of the MarketPC Telephony and Closed User Groups - Future OpportunitiesVoIP Calling Cards/Prepaid Calling Services - Value PropositionVoIP Calling Cards/Prepaid Calling Services - Growth PotentialCompetitive Landscape AnalysisOutline SlideOutline Slide - Wholesale VoIP Service ProvidersGlobal Crossing ProfileGlobal Crossing - SWOT AnalysisiBasis ProfileiBasis SWOT AnalysisITXC/Teleglobe ProfileITXC/Teleglobe - SWOT AnalysisLevel3 Communications ProfileLevel3 Communications - SWOT AnalysisOutline Slide - Retail VoIP Service ProvidersVerizon Communications ProfileVerizon Communications - SWOT AnalysisSBC Communications ProfileSBC Communications - SWOT AnalysisBellSouth/Qwest ProfileBellSouth/Qwest - SWOT AnalysisAT&T Corp. ProfileAT&T Corp. - SWOT AnalysisMCI Communications ProfileMCI Communications - SWOT AnalysisSprint Corporation ProfileSprint Corporation - SWOT AnalysisBell Canada and Telus Corporation ProfilesBell Canada and Telus Corporation - SWOT AnalysisNet2Phone ProfileNet2Phone - SWOT AnalysisVonage ProfileVonage - SWOT AnalysisCbeyond Communications ProfileCbeyond Communications - SWOT AnalysisIP Centrex Providers ProfileIP Centrex Providers - SWOT AnalysisCable MSOs ProfileCable MSOs - SWOT AnalysisOutline Slide - Competitive Landscape AnalysisSuccess Factors in the VoIP MarketplaceService Provider Groups Rated by Success Factors IService Provider Groups Rated by Success Factors IIMarket Leadership AwardsOutline SlideConsumer VoIP Services Market Leadership Award IConsumer VoIP Services Market Leadership Award IIVoIP Strategy Market Leadership Award IVoIP Strategy Market Leadership Award IISuccess StrategiesOutline SlideStrategies for Wholesale ProvidersStrategies for RBOCs and Other LECsStrategies for IXCsStrategies to Next-Generation Service ProvidersStrategies for Cable MSOs




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