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Worldwide Telecommunications and Communications Market Opportunities, Strategies, and Forecasts, 2006 to 2012 Product Image

Worldwide Telecommunications and Communications Market Opportunities, Strategies, and Forecasts, 2006 to 2012

  • Published: December 2005
  • Region: Global
  • 454 Pages
  • Wintergreen Research, Inc

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Service provider spending is starting to grow in certain areas. After several years of decline in service provider spending, the global telecommunications networking industry has stabilized. Service providers and telecommunications vendors are emerging from an industry restructuring.

Communications systems are evolving on unprecedented scale. Challenges remain. Service provider customers operate in a fast-changing environment driven by technology, competition and regulatory change. End users are demanding fast, personalized, easy-to-use communications.

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WORLDWIDE TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS EXECUTIVE SUMMARIES
Worldwide Telecommunications Market Growth
Worldwide Telecommunications Market Driving Forces
Top 10 Telecommunications Provider Shipments
Worldwide Telecommunications and Communications Equipment
Market Forecasts, Shipments

1. WORLDWIDE TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS MARKET DESCRIPTION AND MARKET DYNAMICS
1.1 Communications Networking Industry
1.2 Communications Industry Competitive Factors
1.3 IP telephony
1.4 Worldwide Telecommunications Markets
1.4.1 Telecommunications Equipment Vendor Consolidation
1.5 Service Provider Market Characteristics
1.6 Competitive Structure Of The Carrier Market
1.6.1 Lowering Service Provider Costs
1.6.2 IP Telephony For Long Distance
1.6.3 Long Haul Optical Systems
1.7 Hybrid ISPs: Emergent Channel Of Application Service
Providers
1.8 Enterprise Market Characteristics
1.8.1 Large Enterprise Businesses
1.8.2 Small And Medium-Sized Businesses
1.8.3 Global Enterprise Market
1.8.4 IP Telephony For Enterprise Networks
1.8.5 End to End Voice Over IP
1.9 Voice Infrastructure Market
1.9.1 E-Commerce And Web Marketing
1.10 Change In Telecommunication Network Architecture
1.11 Foundations For Telecommunications Network Change
1.12 Converged Network Revolution

2. WORLDWIDE TELECOMMUNICATIONS MARKET SHARES AND MARKETS FORECASTS
2.1 Worldwide Telecommunications Market Driving Forces
2.2 Top 10 Telecommunications Provider Shipments
2.3 Top Ten Telecommunications and Communications Equipment Segment Analysis
2.4 Worldwide Telecommunications and Communications Equipment Market Forecasts, Shipments
2.4.1 Worldwide Telecommunications Service Provider Equipment Market Forecasts 2
2.4.2 Worldwide Voice Over IP (VoIP) Market Forecasts
2.4.3 Worldwide MultiService ATM / IP Switch Market Forecasts
2.4.4 Worldwide Telecommunications Blade Server Market Forecasts
2.4.5 Worldwide Softswitch Call Control Market Forecasts
2.4.6 Worldwide Bandwidth Management Market Forecasts
2.4.7 Worldwide Sonet Aggregation Equipment Market Forecast
2.4.8 Worldwide Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) Equipment Market Forecast
2.4.9 Worldwide Digital Subscriber Loop (DSL) and Fiber to the Home (FTH) Equipment Market Forecasts
2.4.10 Worldwide Core Communications Service Provider Ancillary Equipment Market Forecast
2.5 Wireless Telecommunications and Communications Equipment Market Forecasts
2.5.1 Worldwide Wireless Base Station Market Forecasts
2.5.2 Worldwide Wireless Infrastructure Market Forecasts
2.5.3 Worldwide Wireless Handset Market Forecasts
2.6 Worldwide Telecommunications and Communications Enterprise Equipment
2.6.1 Worldwide PBX Enterprise Voice Telecommunications Equipment Market Forecasts
2.6.2 Worldwide IP to TDM Enterprise Telecommunications and Communications Equipment Market Forecasts
2.6.3 Worldwide TDM to IP Enterprise Telecommunications and Communications Equipment Market Forecasts
2.6.4 Worldwide IP PBX Enterprise Telecommunications and Communications Equipment Market Forecasts
2.6.5 Worldwide Digital Subscriber Loop (xDSL) and Fiber to the Building (FTC) Enterprise Market Forecasts
2.6.6 Worldwide Frame Relay Enterprise Telecommunications and Communications Equipment Market Forecasts
2.6.7 Worldwide Telecommunications Service Provider IP Equipment Market Forecasts
2.7 Principal Competitive Factors In Telecommunication Markets
2.8 Market Growth Forces
2.8.1 Fast Pace Of Adoption Of Internet Commerce
2.8.2 Teleconferencing And Video Telephony
2.8.3 Global Communications Networking Industry In 2005
2.8.4 Telecommunications Industry Adjustment In 2005
2.9 Restructuring Telecommunications
2.10 Economic Implications
2.10.1 Networking Business Acquisitions

3. WORLDWIDE TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
3.1 Wireline Network Infrastructure
3.1.1 Lucent Product Set
3.1.2 Lucent Integrated Network Solutions
3.1.3 Lucent Voice Networking Products
3.1.4 Siemens Network Infrastructure
3.1.5 Alcatel DSL Access
3.1.6 Alcatel 3630 MainStreet Primary Rate Multiplexer
3.1.7 Nortel DWDM
3.1.8 Lucent Optical Networking Products
3.1.9 Nortel Service Provider Communications Equipment
3.1.10 Nortel TDM Voice
3.1.11 Nortel Central Office-Based xDSL / Fiber To The Home
3.1.12 Nortel Edge Services
3.1.13 Nortel Edge Solutions
3.1.14 Fujitsu Sonet
3.1.15 Fujitsu FLASHWAVE 7420 platform
3.1.16 Fujitsu North American SONET
3.2 Huawei
3.3 Softswitch Infrastructure
3.3.1 Lucent Softswitch Software
3.3.2 Lucent Central Office Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Card
3.3.3 Lucent / Telica VoIP Solutions
3.3.4 Lucent Messaging Software
3.3.5 Lucent Data and Network Management Products
3.3.6 Lucent Network Operations Software
3.3.7 Siemens SURPASS Softswitch
3.3.8 Alcatel 5020 Softswitch Platform
3.4 Wireless Network Infrastructure
3.4.1 Motorola Product Strategy
3.4.2 Motorola CDMA Network Solutions
3.4.3 Motorola Network Solutions Map
3.4.4 Motorola Internet Protocol - Base Station Controller (IP-BSC)
3.4.5 Motorola Mobile Broadband Solution GSM Network Equipment
3.4.6 Motorola Mobile Data Services
3.4.7 Motorola GSM Network Solutions
3.4.8 Ericsson Mobile Core Network
3.4.9 Ericsson Circuit Core
3.4.10 Ericsson Packet Core
3.4.11 Ericsson IP Multimedia
3.4.12 Siemens GSM Networks
3.4.13 Alcatel Radio And Network Management And Optimization
3.4.14 Alcatel UMTS Radio Network
3.4.15 Alcatel Evolium 9100 Multistandard Base Station
3.5 Alcatel Mobile Networks
3.5.1 Alcatel Wireless Network UMTS Positioning
3.5.2 Alcatel SHDSL Mobile Backhauling
3.5.3 Alcatel Network Management/OSS
3.5.4 Lucent Mobility Solutions
3.5.5 Lucent Spread-Spectrum Technologies
3.5.6 Lucent 3G
3.5.7 Lucent Base Stations
3.5.8 Lucent 5ESS®-2000 Wireless Switch
3.5.9 Lucent Operations And Maintenance Software
3.5.10 Fujitsu WiMAX
3.5.11 Fujitsu WiMAX Chip
3.6 Cisco WiFi
3.6.1 Cisco Wireless Technology WiFi Deployment
3.6.2 Pre-paid WLAN Services
3.6.3 Cisco Aironet WiFi Enabled Universities
3.6.4 Cisco and Intel Wi-Fi Technology
3.6.5 Cisco WiFi Technology for Cities
3.6.6 Cisco WiFi Technology For Airports
3.6.7 Cisco Metropolitan Mobile Networks Wireless Technology
3.6.8 Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) System Replacement
3.6.9 Cisco Metropolitan Mobile Networks Wireless Technology in London
3.6.10 Cisco Aironet® 1200 Series WiFi Hotspots at Service Stations
3.6.11 Cisco WiFi Client Solutions
3.6.12 Nokia Network Infrastructure
3.6.13 Nokia MSC Server System
3.6.14 Nortel Wireless Mesh Network Solutions
3.6.15 Nortel Wireless LAN Solution
3.7 Internet Protocol (IP) Network Infrastructure
3.7.1 Cisco IP Telephony
3.7.2 Alcatel Market Issues
3.7.3 Alcatel 7770 OBX Optical Broadband Exchange
3.7.4 Alcatel Features For Traffic Engineering And Resource Reservation
3.7.5 Alcatel Route Refresh
3.7.6 Alcatel VPN Support
3.7.7 Alcatel VPN Scalability
3.7.8 Offering Multiple Classes Of Service Within A VPN
3.7.9 Alcatel Router Protection
3.7.10 Alcatel Methods For Traffic Flow Classification
3.7.11 Load Balancing
3.7.12 MPLS-Based Network VPNs
3.8 Alcatel Multiservice Aggregation
3.8.1 Equal Cost Multi-Path Routing And MPLS Fast Reroute Capability
3.8.2 Alcatel Automatic Protection Switching
3.9 Alcatel Broadband Network Applications Positioning
3.9.1 Alcatel Multiservice Aggregation
3.9.2 Alcatel Broadband Access
3.9.3 Alcatel Data Networks
3.9.4 Lucent MPLS
3.9.5 Lucent CBX 3500 Lucent CBX 3500 Multiservice Edge Switch
3.9.6 Nortel Voice over IP (VoIP), Voice & Multimedia
3.9.7 Nortel Local VoIP Solution
3.9.8 Nortel Long Distance VoIP Solution
3.9.9 Nortel Cable VoIP Solution
3.9.10 Nortel Wireless VoIP Solution
3.9.11 Nortel Multimedia Communications
3.9.12 Nortel Broadband
3.9.13 Nortel Broadband Access
3.9.14 Nortel Metro Ethernet Services
3.9.15 Siemens SURPASS Softswitch
3.9.16 Nokia IP Multimedia Subsystem
3.10 Wireless Handsets
3.10.1 Nokia Communications Products
3.10.2 Nokia Mobile Devices
3.10.3 Nokia Push To Talk
3.10.4 Nokia Multimedia In 2004
3.10.5 Nokia 3G WCDMA Smartphone
3.10.6 Motorola Wireless Handsets
3.10.7 Motorola V3 Handset
3.10.8 Motorola MPx220 Handset
3.10.9 Sony / Ericsson Wireless Handsets
3.10.10 Sony Ericsson Wireless Services For Machine-to-Machine Application Development
3.10.11 Sony Ericsson V800
3.10.12 Alcatel Mobile Phones
3.11 Enterprise Systems
3.11.1 Avaya Enterprise Communications Products
3.11.2 Avaya™ DEFINITY® Servers
3.11.3 Avaya DEFINITY One™ Communications Server
3.11.4 Avaya MultiVantage Software with an Avaya DEFINITY® Server CSI and Avaya™ CMC1 Media Gateway
3.11.5 Avaya MultiVantage Software with an Avaya DEFINITY® Server SI and Avaya™ SCC1 Media Gateway or an Avaya™ MCC1 Media Gateway
3.11.6 Avaya MultiVantage Software with an Avaya DEFINITY® Server R and Avaya SCC1 Media Gateway or an Avaya MCC1 Media Gateway
3.11.7 Siemens Hicom 300 H
3.11.8 Siemens HiPath 4000
3.11.9 Siemens HiPath 5000
3.11.10 Alcatel OmniPCX Enterprise
3.11.11 Alcatel OmniPCX Enterprise Summary Specifications
3.11.12 NEAX 2000 IPS
3.11.13 NEAX®2400 Internet Protocol eXchange (IPX)
3.11.14 Nortel Enterprise Systems
3.11.15 Nortel Meridian 1 Option 81C
3.11.16 Nortel Meridian SL-100
3.11.17 Nortel Succession 3.0
3.11.18 Nokia Enterprise Solutions In 2004
3.12 Unified Communications Equipment
3.12.1 Avaya Unified Communication
3.13 Network Security
3.13.1 Cisco IP Infrastructure Security for Voice Communications
3.13.2 Nokia Network Security Gateways
3.13.3 Nokia Secure Access System

4. WORLDWIDE TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY
4.1 Open Standards
4.1.1 Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
4.1.2 IBM Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
4.1.3 SOA Business Challenge IT Imperative
4.1.4 Service-Oriented Architecture And Relevant Standards
4.1.5 XML
4.1.6 Integration Engines Leverage XML Processing
4.1.7 XML Standards
4.1.8 XML Role In Application Topology
4.1.9 XML Meets The Integration Challenge
4.1.10 XML Standard Communication Language
4.1.11 Web Services Protocols
4.2 IP Within CDMA
4.3 Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) Of A Mobile Phone
4.3.1 Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) Standards
4.3.2 Mobile Phones Meet Requirements For Exposure To Radio Waves
4.4 Bluetooth
4.5 GPRS
4.6 EGPRS (EDGE)
4.6.1 EDGE Connects With Speed
4.6.2 Seamless Network
4.6.3 Flexible 3G deployment
4.6.4 Retention of GSM subscribers
4.7 Multimedia Messaging Service
4.8 Mobile Video
4.9 Presence
4.10 Push to Talk

5. TOP TEN TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY PROFILES
5.1 Alcatel
5.1.1 Alcatel Positioning
5.1.2 Alcatel Market Issues
5.1.3 Alcatel Multiservice Aggregation
5.1.4 Alcatel Broadband Access
5.1.5 Alcatel-To-End Communications Solutions
5.1.6 Alcatel VND Division
5.1.7 Alcatel Net Sales 2003
5.1.8 Alcatel Third Quarter 2004 Revenue
5.1.9 Alcatel Fixed Communications
5.1.10 Alcatel Mobile Communications
5.1.11 Alcatel Private Communications
5.1.12 Alcatel Third Quarter 2004 Regional Revenue
5.1.13 Third Quarter 2003 Regional Revenue
5.1.14 Alcatel Participation In Communications Network Equipment Markets
5.1.15 Alcatel Metro DWDM
5.1.16 Alcatel and Optics
5.2 Avaya
5.2.1 Avaya Customers
5.2.2 Avaya Revenue 2004
5.2.3 Avaya Acquisitions
5.3 Cisco Systems
5.3.1 Cisco IP Communications
5.3.2 Cisco Systems Second Quarter Fiscal Year 2005 Revenue
5.3.3 Cisco IP Communications
5.3.4 Cisco / Linksys
5.3.5 Cisco / Linksys Broadband and Wireless Networking
5.4 Ericsson
5.4.1 Ericsson Revenue
5.4.2 Ericsson Customers T-Mobile UMTS network
5.4.3 Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications Revenue
5.4.4 Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications Products
5.4.5 Sony Ericsson Symbian
5.5 Fujitsu
5.5.1 Fujitsu Network Communications
5.5.2 Fujitsu Considers WiMAX vs. 3G vs. Wi-Fi
5.5.3 Fujitsu FLASHWAVE® 7500 Small System
5.5.4 Fujitsu FASST Transition Solutions
5.5.5 Fujitsu Microelectronics America
5.5.6 Fujitsu Network Communications Inc.
5.5.7 Fujitsu Revenue
5.5.8 Fujitsu Business Segment Results
5.6 Huawei Technologies
5.7 Intel
5.7.1 Intel Communications Wi-Fi Company Investment
5.8 Lucent Technologies
5.8.1 Lucent Technologies Maximize Service Revenues
5.8.2 Lucent Technologies Systems
5.8.3 Lucent Bell Labs
5.9 Motorola
5.9.1 Motorola Revenue
5.10 NEC
5.10.1 NEC IT And Networking Technologies
5.10.2 NEC Network Solutions Business
5.10.3 NEC Internet Broadband Network Positioning
5.11 Nokia
5.11.1 Nokia Revenue
5.11.2 Nokia Infrastructure Sales
5.11.3 Nokia Mobile Phones In The Fourth Quarter 2004
5.11.4 Nokia Multimedia In The Fourth Quarter 2004
5.11.5 Nokia Enterprise Solutions In The Fourth Quarter 2004
5.12 Nortel
5.12.1 Nortel VoIP Network Elements
5.12.2 Nortel VoIP Enabling Technologies
5.12.3 Nortel ATM (Asynchronous Transfer Mode)
5.12.4 Nortel Networking And Communication Services And Infrastructure
5.12.5 Nortel Network Elements
5.12.6 Nortel Enabling Technologies
5.12.7 Nortel ATM (Asynchronous Transfer Mode)
5.13 Samsung
5.14 Siemens
5.14.1 Siemens Business Services
5.14.2 Siemens Research and Development
5.14.3 Siemens Information and Communication Networks
5.14.4 Siemens Information and Communication Mobile Group
5.15 UT Starcom
5.15.1 UTStarcom Third Quarter 2004 Revenue
5.15.2 Key UTStarcom Customer Wins
5.15.3 UTStarcom Global Technology
5.15.4 UTStarcom Sarbanes-Oxley

List of Tables and Figures
Table ES-1 Customization Of Telecommunications Infrastructure Equipment
Figure ES-2 Top 10 Telecommunications Provider Shipments, 2000-2004
Figure ES-3 Worldwide Telecommunications and Communications Equipment Market Forecasts, Shipments, Dollars, 2005-2010
Table 1-1 Communications Networking Industry Trends
Table 1-2 Communications Networking Industry Environment
Table 1-3 Communications Networking Market Environment
Table 1-4 Communications Networking Market Segments
Table 1-5 Communications Networking Market Strategy
Table 1-6 Telecommunications Broadband Market Growth Factors
Table 1-7 Communications Industry Competitive Factors
Table 1-8 Changing Telecommunication Market Conditions
Table 1-9 Service Provider Market Characteristics
Table 1-10 Infrastructure Market Factors
Table 1-11 Shift From Separate Voice And Data Core Transmission Systems
Table 2-1 Customization Of Telecommunications Infrastructure Equipment
Figure 2-2 Top 10 Telecommunications Provider Shipments, 2000-2004
Table 2-3 Top 10 Communications Equipment Provider Shipments and Services, 2000 to 2004
Figure 2-4 Indexed Sales Of Selected Leading Telecommunications Equipment Suppliers, 1993-2004
Figure 2-5 Indexed Sales Of Selected Leading Telecommunications Equipment Suppliers, 2000-2004
Table 2-6 Selected communications Company shipments, 1993-2004
Figure 2-7 Worldwide Top Ten Telecommunications and Communications Equipment Company Market Segments, Shipments, Dollars, 2004
Figure 2-8 Worldwide Top Ten Telecommunications and Communications Wireless Equipment Company Market Segments, 2004
Figure 2-9 Worldwide Enterprise Telecommunications and Communications Equipment Market Segments, 2004
Figure 2-10 Worldwide Top Ten Telecommunications and Communications Equipment Company Service Provider Core Infrastructure, Access, and Transmission Shipments, Dollars, 2004
Table 2-11 Worldwide Top Ten Telecommunications and Communications Wireless Handsets, Wireless Infrastructure, Wireline, and Enterprise Telecommunications Shipment Forecast By Segment, Dollars, 2005-2010
Figure 2-12 Worldwide Telecommunications and Communications Equipment Market Forecasts, Shipments, Dollars, 2005-2010
Table 2-13 Worldwide Telecommunications and Communications Wireless Handsets, Wireless Infrastructure, Wireline, and Enterprise Telecommunications Shipment Forecast By Segment, Dollars, 2005-2010
Figure 2-14 Worldwide Telecommunications and Communications Service Provider Equipment Market Forecasts, Shipments, Dollars, 2005-2010
Table 2-15 Worldwide Top Ten Telecommunications and Communications Service Provider Equipment and Softswitch Shipment Forecast By Segment, Dollars, 2005-2010
Figure 2-16 Worldwide Voice Over IP (VoIP) Market Forecasts, Shipments, Dollars, 2005-2010
Figure 2-17 Worldwide Multiservice ATM/IP Switch Market Forecasts, Shipments, Dollars, 2005-2010
Figure 2-18 Worldwide Telecommunications Blade Server Market Forecasts, Shipments, Dollars, 2005-2010
Figure 2-19 Worldwide Softswitch Call Control Market Forecasts, Shipments, Dollars, 2005-2010
Figure 2-20 Worldwide Bandwidth Management Market Forecasts, Shipments, Dollars, 2005-2010
Figure 2-21 Worldwide Sonet Aggregation Equipment Market Forecasts, Shipments, Dollars, 2005-2010
Figure 2-22 Worldwide Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) Market Forecasts, Shipments, Dollars, 2005-2010
Figure 2-23 2Worldwide Digital Subscriber Loop (DSL) and Fiber to Home (FTH) Equipment Market Forecasts, Shipments, Dollars, 2005-2010
Figure 2-24 Worldwide Core Communications Service Provider Ancillary Equipment Market Forecasts, Shipments, Dollars, 2005-2010
Figure 2-25 Worldwide Telecommunications and Communications Wireless Equipment Market Forecasts, Shipments, Dollars, 2005-2010
Table 2-26 Worldwide Top Ten Telecommunications and Communications Wireless Handsets Equipment Shipment Forecast By Segment, Dollars, 2005-2010
Figure 2-27 Worldwide Wireless Base Station Market Forecasts, 2005-2010
Figure 2-28 Worldwide Wireless Infrastructure Market Forecasts, 2005-2010
Figure 2-29 Worldwide Wireless Handset Market Forecasts, 2005-2010
Figure 2-30 Worldwide Telecommunications and Communications Enterprise Equipment Market Forecasts, Shipments, Dollars, 2005-2010
Table 2-31 Worldwide Top Ten Telecommunications and Communications Enterprise and Vice Over IP Router Equipment Shipment Forecast By Segment, Dollars, 2005-2010
Figure 2-32 Worldwide PBX Enterprise Voice Telecommunications Equipment Market Forecasts, Shipments, Dollars, 2005-2011
Figure 2-33 Worldwide IP to TDM Enterprise Telecommunications and Communications Equipment Market Forecasts, Shipments, Dollars, 2005-2011
Figure 2-34 Worldwide TDM to IP Enterprise Telecommunications and Communications Equipment Market Forecasts, Shipments, Dollars, 2005-2011
Figure 2-35 Worldwide IP PBX Enterprise Telecommunications and Communications Equipment Market Forecasts, Shipments, Dollars, 2005-2011
Figure 2-36 Worldwide Digital Subscriber Loop (xDSL) and Fiber to the Building (FTC) Enterprise Telecommunications and Communications Equipment Market Forecasts, Shipments, Dollars, 2005-2011
Figure 2-37 Worldwide Frame Relay Enterprise Telecommunications and Communications Equipment Market Forecasts, Shipments, Dollars, 2005-2011
Figure 2-38 Worldwide IP Voice / Multimedia Router Enterprise Telecommunications and Communications Equipment Market Forecasts, Shipments, Dollars, 2005-2011
Table 2-39 Principal Competitive Factors In Telecommunication Markets
Table 2-40 Issues Relating To Change Brought By Broadband Communications
Table 2-41 Aspects Of Networking Business Acquisitions
Table 3-1 Nortel DWDM Key Features:
Table 3-2 Motorola's IP-BSC Features:
Table 3-3 Ericsson Mobile Core Network Components
Table 3-4 Benefits of Ericsson IP Multimedia strategy
Table 3-5 Alcatel Mobile Networks
Table 3-6 Alcatel Wireless Infrastructure Positioning
Table 3-7 Cisco / Intel Strategic Alliance Partners
Table 3-8 Features of the Cisco WiFi
Table 3-9 Alcatel Market Issues
Table 3-10 Alcatel Positioning to Address Carrier Issues
Table 3-11 Alcatel Strategic Network Focus
Table 3-12 Carrier Grade IP VPNs with the Alcatel OBX
Table 3-13 Alcatel Provider Edge Router Support for Service Level Agreements
Table 3-14 Alcatel 7770 OBX LDP Characteristics
Table 3-15 Alcatel Different Methods For Traffic Flow Classification
Table 3-16 Alcatel QoS Differentiated Services Model
Table 3-17 Alcatel Multiservice Aggregation
Table 3-18 Alcatel Edge Multiservice Aggregation
Table 3-19 Alcatel Mediation Between Edge and Core Network Traffic
Table 3-20 Alcatel Multiservice Aggregation
Table 3-21 Alcatel Combining RSVP Tunnels and Label Distribution Protocol (LDP) Paths
Table 3-22 Alcatel Tunnel And Distribution Protocol Functions
Table 3-23 Alcatel Broadband Network Applications Supported
Table 3-24 Alcatel Kiosk Issues Addressed
Table 3-25 Alcatel Data Networks Positioning
Table 3-26 Nortel Voice over IP Positioning
Table 3-27 Nortel Metro Ethernet Key Features & Benefits:
Table 3-28 MOTO RAZR V3 Phone Features
Table 3-29 Motorola MPx220 Handset Features
Table 3-30 Motorola Mobile Telephone Features
Table 3-31 Avaya Product Categories

Table 3-32 Avaya End-To-End Portfolio Of Service Offerings
Table 3-33 Hicom 300 H Features
Table 3-34 HiPath 4000 Features
Table 3-35 Siemens HiPath 5000 Benefits
Table 3-36 3Alcatel OmniPCX Enterprise Features and Benefits
Table 3-37 Alcatel Omni PCX Software and Hardware
Table 3-38 Alcatel Omni PCX Features
Table 3-39 Alcatel Omni PCX Reflexes Phones Advanced Services
Table 3-40 Alcatel Omni PCX ISDN services
Table 3-41 Alcatel Omni PCX Manager-Assistant Team Features
Table 3-42 Alcatel Omni PCX Teamwork Configuration Features
Table 3-43 Alcatel Omni PCX Standard Telephone Features
Table 3-44 Alcatel OmniPCX Enterprise Regular Telephone Services
Table 3-45 Alcatel Omni PCX Security
Table 3-46 Nortel Communication Server Key Features
Table 3-47 Nortel Communication Server Key Functions
Table 3-48 Nortel Meridian 1 Option 81C Features and Benefits
Table 3-49 Meridian SL-100 Features and Benefits
Table 3-50 Nortel Succession 3.0 Features and Benefits
Table 3-51 Nortel Succession 3.0 Features and Benefits
Table 3-52 Avaya Unified Communication Center Functions
Table 4-1Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Functions
Table 4-2 Integration Engine XML Processing Functions That Drive Business Process Electronically End-To-End
Table 4-3 IP Wireless Transport Advantages
Table 4-4 Benefits of Push to Talk
Table 5-1 Alcatel Market Issues
Table 5-2 Alcatel Positioning To Address Carrier Issues
Table 5-3 Alcatel Strategic Network Focus
Table 5-4 Alcatel Data Networks Positioning
Table 5-5 Alcatel Metro DWDM Positioning
Table 5-6 Alcatel Terrestrial Optical Networking Strategy
Table 5-7 Avaya Product Offerings
Table 5-8 Avaya Product Portfolio
Table 5-9 Cisco / Linksys Business Use Of Products To Enhance Productivity
Table 5-10 Intel Wireless Hotspot Installations
Table 5-11 Nortel Voice Over IP Benefits
Table 5-12 Nortel Voice Over IP VoIP Technologies
Table 5-13 Nortel Voice Over IP Benefits

- Nokia
- Motorola
- Siemens
- Avaya
- Ericsson
- Huawei Technologies
- Lucent Technologies
- Nortel
- UT Starcom
- Alcatel
- Cisco Systems
- Fujitsu
- Intel
- NEC
- Samsung

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