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Service Provider PSTN Migration

出版商 Ovum, Ltd. 商品編碼 355545
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 22 Pages
商品交期: 最快1-2個工作天內
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服務供應商的PSTN轉移 Service Provider PSTN Migration
出版日期: 2015年08月28日 內容資訊: 英文 22 Pages



第1章 摘要

  • 概要
  • Ovum的見解
  • 建議

第2章 市場的狀況

  • 服務供應商理解在PSTN轉移上將花費時間
  • 服務供應商與PSTN轉移狀況

第3章 服務供應商的市場機會和優點

  • PSTN轉移的多數促進要素
  • 隨著壽命接近,技術,產品,供應商的支援也減少
  • 重要的潛在優點──運用成本的削減
  • 確保通話的收益
  • ALL IP的夢:讓市場有更多服務和更高的速度
  • 與下一代的存取升級連動之PSTN轉移所創造的機會

第4章 PSTN轉移的障礙與課題

  • 次世代連接和ARPU的擴大是2015年最優先事項,而不廢止銅纜網路
  • 阻礙了PSTN相關成本和投資回收的正確認知之業務孤島
  • 轉移實行方法不確實
  • 法規的問題:QoS,VoBB,互相連接

第5章 案例研究

  • Turk Telekom
  • NTT東日本·西日本

第6章 支援終端間轉移的供應商解決方案

  • 符合商務及技術性機會和風險焦點的專案導向解決方案
  • 結論

第7章 附屬資料

  • 調查手法
  • 相關報告書
  • 著者
Product Code: TE0009-001449

As IP-enabled applications and devices have multiplied, service providers are transforming their TDM networks to IP and starting to migrate customers off their PSTN (and ISDN) networks in order to offer differentiated, competitive IP-based services. They also want to reduce opex. Ovum outlines why PSTN migration will become an urgent issue over the next five years.


  • PSTN shutdown will take decades. Some service providers have no plans to do so at all, and some will do so incrementally over time. Migration of PSTN services and customers will happen faster than network shutdowns, but only just. On an aggregate global basis, PSTN migration is still in relatively early stages.
  • PSTN migration brings significant benefits, especially when done in a timely, accurate fashion and when combined with NGA upgrades. The benefits can be higher when implemented at the time of next-generation access network upgrades to create a single all-IP network.
  • PSTN migration will become an urgent issue very soon because vendors are planning to discontinue PSTN-related product lines and support. The aging workforce with knowledge of PSTN infrastructure will add to the urgency.
  • Outlines and discusses the benefits and challenges of PSTN migration
  • Highlights the urgency for service providers to develop a plan for migration

Features Benefits

  • Outlines and discusses the benefits and challenges of PSTN migration
  • Highlights the urgency for service providers to develop a plan for migration

Questions Answers

  • What are the benefits and challenges of PSTN migration?
  • Are service providers prioritizing PSTN migration? Why or why not?
  • What are the tools available to service providers to aid in PSTN migration?

Table of Contents

1. Summary

  • In brief
  • Ovum view
  • Recommendations

2. Market status

  • Service providers know that PSTN migration will take time
  • Service providers and PSTN migration status

3. Opportunities and benefits for service providers

  • Multiple drivers of PSTN migration
  • As end-of-life approaches, technology, products, and vendor support fades
  • Reducing operating costs a significant potential benefit
  • Protecting voice revenues
  • The dream of all-IP: more services and faster to market
  • PSTN migration in conjunction with next-generation access upgrades is an opportunity for synergies

4. Barriers and challenges to PSTN migration

  • Ovum survey shows next-gen access and increasing ARPU are top priorities for 2015, not decommissioning of copper network
  • Business silos prevent true understanding of PSTN-related costs and return on capex investment
  • Uncertainty about how to implement migration
  • Regulatory issues: QoS, VoBB, interconnection

5. Case studies

  • Turk Telekom
  • NTT East & West

6. Vendor solutions support end-to-end migration

  • Project-oriented solutions focus on business and technical opportunities and risks
  • Conclusion

7. Appendix

  • Methodology
  • Further reading
  • Author

List of Figures

  • Figure 1: When do you expect to decommission your legacy copper or 2G network?
  • Figure 2: Global service provider opex and capex trends, 4Q08-4Q13
  • Figure 3: Fixed voice subscription forecast by region, 2012-19
  • Figure 4: Fixed voice revenue forecast by region, 2012-19
  • Figure 5: Mobile-only services dominate, but converged services are high in TV/video segment
  • Figure 6: Service providers respond to voice commoditization with new voice-calling service innovations
  • Figure 7: Global OTT VoIP use by consumers, 2014
  • Figure 8: Business communications usage and plans, 2014
  • Figure 9: Fixed broadband subscriptions forecast, 2012-19
  • Figure 10: Capex investment vs Opex reductions, as modeled by Alcatel-Lucent
  • Figure 11: Impact of delaying PSTN migration
  • Figure 12: Overview of Alcatel-Lucent's PSTN migration methodology
  • Figure 13: Alcatel-Lucent - Case study results
  • Figure 14: Huawei's PSTN migration process - overview
  • Figure 15: Huawei's business case tools - overview
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