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20th Century Model. Build and MAINTAIN a VOICE Network Long Term Planning Backward Compatibility Average pricing concept Geographic franchise. Long Term Planning. 3 - 5 years reaction time for service demand highly mechanized systems to reduce unit cost TIRKS. 40 Years.

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20th Century Model

  • Build and MAINTAIN a VOICE Network

  • Long Term Planning

  • Backward Compatibility

  • Average pricing concept

  • Geographic franchise


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Long Term Planning

  • 3 - 5 years reaction time for service demand

  • highly mechanized systems to reduce unit cost

  • TIRKS


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40 Years

  • Emphasis on high quality

  • Long useful life

  • 2.5% ammortization


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Building a “PhoneBox”

  • Built like Rock of Gibralter

  • Single Occupant

  • Single Owner

  • All common space

  • External security

  • All common power

  • Integrated design


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Unfriendly Legal Matters

  • CarterFone - 1969

  • Modified Final Judgement - 1984

  • Judge Harold Greene

  • Telecom Act 1996

  • FCC Unbundled Services


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What’s in YOUR Wallet?

  • Open Network Architecture

  • External Security

  • Internal Security

  • Expensive

  • Unwieldy

  • Messy, ugly, etc.

  • Not designed for it.


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Unbundled Loop

  • Spur competition

  • Congressional Direction

  • FCC interpretation

  • Stifled competition

  • Delayed implementation

  • DSL


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Video vs. Old Model

  • Short Interval

  • Reactive delivery

  • Overlay Networks

  • Specialized Techs, Tools, Processes

  • Labor Intensive

  • Small Base

  • Double Overhead

  • TLC Required


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New Developments

  • Rapid technical advances

  • FCC mandates

  • New services are needed

  • Latest delivery vehicle demanded


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Bargains Actively Sought

  • Smart and frugal buyers

  • Outsmart tariffs

  • Comparison shoppers

  • Cancel delivery in favor of a better deal


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Video Services Not Profitable

  • Acute specialization

  • Low volume

  • No cross application

  • Double overhead

  • Demographics

  • Situation deteriorating

  • New capital required


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Dark Shadows

  • The prognosis is grim

  • Demographics

  • “Sun City, here we come!”

  • Retiring Video Specialists not replaced

  • New Owners are entrepeneurs


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Old Model Rx

  • Get Pro-active

  • Increase service base

  • Commit to terrestrial transport

  • Contract for services over a broad area

  • 3 - 5 year window


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21st Century Model

  • It’s all IP

  • Data Centers

  • Stingers, DSLAM and the DSL Motel

  • Follows the talent

  • “Legal” friendly


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Vast capacity

Superb facilities

POWER

SECURITY

Flexible accomodations

Vast array of technical services

Vast array of support services

APPLICATIONS support services

Data Centers


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SAC locations

Companion cabinets

Commercial Power

Battery back-up

xDSL capable of 20 megabits

CLEC “guests”

access to all distribution cable pairs

all levels of “feeder” services available

Stinger/DSLAM


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Not a Telephone Co.

Buildings not Single Family

OSP not ONA or “unbundled”

IP, data, voice, video

Data Centers designed to serve “guests”

Stinger Motels provide “remote co-location”

Qwest = Internet


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IP video transport

Data Centers house TV applications

“Pipe” synergies

Application expertise

Mainstream transport

“Future” model

No longer “fighting the system

New technical elite

Video & 21st Cent. Model


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Emerging needs, HDTV, Digital Cinema

Huge bandwidth

Volume discounts

Become a major market

Great revenue potential

Working Partnerships

Video Transport Power


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VSF 21st Century RX

  • Embrace the new model

  • Lead the industry

  • Drive the standards to include video

  • Drive the standards to FEATURE video

  • Build the boxes


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