United States Telecommunication Regulatory Scene: Lurching Toward the All-IP Network

United States Telecommunication Regulatory Scene: Lurching Toward the All-IP Network

 

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21-Jun-2013
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North America
Research Code: D543-00-DD-00-00
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This report examines the all-IP network from the perspective of the residential consumer. It looks at the major issues associated with all-IP, and then examines the dependency of advanced, connected home service offerings on IP broadband connections. Finally, it compares the efficacy of regulation versus a competitive market in delivering an all-IP network, and then speculates on the likely impact of an artificially slow evolution to deploy such a network. This report will be of special significance to technology vendors who supply solutions to the network operators.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

Introduction

All-IP Regulatory Confusion

The Value of the Connected Home

Regulation Versus Competition

Mapping a Murky Future

Stratecast - The Last Word

About Stratecast

About Frost & Sullivan

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This report examines the all-IP network from the perspective of the residential consumer. It looks at the major issues associated with all-IP, and then examines the dependency of advanced, connected home service offerings on IP broadband connections. Finally, it compares the efficacy of regulation versus a competitive market in delivering an all-IP network, and then speculates on the likely impact of an artificially slow evolution to deploy such a network. This report will be of special significance to technology vendors who supply solutions to the network operators.
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Author Michael Jude
Industries Information Technology
WIP Number D543-00-DD-00-00
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