VoLTE Business Cases: The Value of Spectrum Reuse, an Enhanced Feature Set and Virtualisation
|出版日||ページ情報||英文 57 Slides
|VoLTEビジネスケース：スペクトル再利用・拡張機能群・仮想化の価値 VoLTE Business Cases: The Value of Spectrum Reuse, an Enhanced Feature Set and Virtualisation|
|出版日: 2015年02月27日||ページ情報: 英文 57 Slides||
Spectrum reuse will drive the VoLTE business case for many mobile operators, but, for others, the benefits of virtualisation may mitigate the uncertainty about the commercial outlook for voice services.
Communication app providers such as LINE and Viber Media stand to benefit from the improved speed and low latency of LTE, yet most mobile network operators (MNOs) rely on legacy infrastructure for voice services. MNOs are hesitant to invest in a core upgrade to provide native VoLTE services because the outlook for voice revenue is poor.
We have built a heuristic model to highlight sensitivities in the VoLTE business case with viable solution options for three generic operator profiles.
The following companies are mentioned in this report.
INFOGRAPHIC: MAXIMUM RETURN ON INVESTMENT (5-YEAR INTERNAL RATE OF
RETURN (IRR)) FOR DIFFERENT VOLTE BUSINESS CASESo
Glen Ragoonanan (Principal Analyst) is the lead analyst for Analysys Mason's Infrastructure Solutions, Service Delivery Platforms and Software-Controlled Networking research programmes. He joined Analysys Mason in 2008 and has worked as a consultant on projects on next-generation IT and telecoms networks, systems and technologies for incumbents, new entrants, private companies, regulators and public-sector clients. His primary areas of specialisation include operations and business support systems (OSS/BSS) solution architecture and integration for business process re-engineering, business process optimisation, business continuity planning, procurement and outsourcing operations and strategies. Before joining Analysys Mason, Glen worked for Fujitsu, designing, delivering and managing integrated solutions.
Stephen Sale (Principal Analyst) is the lead analyst for Analysys Mason's Mobile Services and Next-Generation Services research programmes. His primary areas of specialisation include next-generation communication services, over-the-top (OTT) player strategies and mobile pricing. He also has extensive experience in analysing mobile operator strategies and forecasting mobile service markets. Before joining Analysys Mason in 2004, Stephen worked in the industry on areas that include VoIP, next-generation service architecture and broadband access. He has a degree in economics and an interdisciplinary MRes from the University of London.