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An Economic Assessment of Gmpls

  • ID: 6738
  • July 2002
  • 39 pages
  • Pioneer Consulting
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This report module provides an economic analysis of the benefits of Gmpls. It begins with a careful explanation of the methodology and major assumptions followed in the construction and running of Pioneer’s proprietary economic model. It then proceeds to analyze model outputs in terms of Opex, Capex and revenue. Finally, net present value is calculated to estimate discounted cash flows from Gmpls in order to simultaneously consider all financial impacts. Summary statistics are provided to aid interpretation of results. Key findings are summarized and major conclusions rendered. Recommendations for carriers are also provided. For any equipment manufacturer considering Gmpls or any network operator seeking to maximize financial performance, the information of this module is indispensable.

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<P>This report module is a section of the full report on GMPLS.</P><BR><P>Chapter 5: Economic Analysis <BR>5.1 Methodology Overview <BR>5.2 Model Assumptions <BR>5.2.1 OPEX Assumptions <BR>5.2.2 CAPEX Assumptions <BR>5.2.3 Revenue Assumptions <BR>5.2.4 Profitability Issues <BR>5.3 Economic Arguments for MPLS <BR><BR>Chapter 6: Carrier Cost, Revenue, and Profitability Models <BR>6.1 Operational Expenditure Analysis <BR>6.1.1 OPEX Model Overview <BR>6.1.2 OPEX Model Analysis <BR>6.2 Capital Expenditure Analysis <BR>6.2.1 CAPEX Model Overview <BR>6.2.2 CAPEX Model Analysis <BR>6.3 Revenue Analysis <BR>6.3.1 Revenue Model Overview <BR>6.3.2 Revenue Model Analysis <BR>6.4 Profitability Analysis and Summary Statistics <BR>6.4.1 Profitability Model and Summary Statistics Overview <BR>6.4.2 Profitability Model and Summary Statistics Analysis <BR><BR>Chapter 7: Conclusion <BR>7.1 Summary of Key Findings <BR>7.2 Implications of the Model <BR>7.3 Other Conclusions <BR>7.4 Recommendations <BR><BR>List of Exhibits <BR>Exhibit 5.1: Baseline Network Diagram (Scenario One) <BR>Exhibit 5.2: Baseline OPEX Components <BR>Exhibit 5.3: Baseline CAPEX Components <BR>Exhibit 5.4: Intelligence-Related Revenue Components <BR>Exhibit 5.5: AT&T’s IP-Enabled Frame Relay Service <BR><BR>Exhibit 6.1: OPEX Changes ($ 000s USD) <BR>Exhibit 6.2: OPEX Component Change ($ 000s USD) <BR>Exhibit 6.3: Percent Contribution to OPEX Savings by Component <BR>Exhibit 6.4: Normalized Percent Contribution to OPEX Cost Savings Due to GMPLS <BR>Exhibit 6.5: CAPEX Changes ($ 000s USD) <BR>Exhibit 6.6: CAPEX Component Change ($ 000s USD) <BR>Exhibit 6.7: Percent Contribution to Total CAPEX Savings by Component <BR>Exhibit 6.8: Normalized Contribution to CAPEX Cost Savings Due to GMPLS <BR>Exhibit 6.9: Revenue Changes <BR>Exhibit 6.10: Revenue Component Change ($ 000s USD) <BR>Exhibit 6.11: Percent Contribution to Total Revenue Increase by Component <BR>Exhibit 6.12: Normalized Increase In Revenues of Each Component Due to GMPLS (in Percent) <BR>Exhibit 6.13: NPV Calculation for Incremental Approach ($ 000s USD) <BR>Exhibit 6.14: Four-Year Intelligent Control Plane Adoption Scenarios <BR>Exhibit 6.15: Cash Flows For Incremental Approach to GMPLS <BR>Exhibit 6.16: Incremental Change of Benefit Components <BR><BR>Exhibit 7.1: Summary of Quantitative Benefits of Intelligent Control Plane Solutions (Overall Percent Changes)</P>

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