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October 2010. TASIM Trans Eurasian Super Information Highway Summary Presentation. 41%. 34%. 30%. Digital Divide in Eurasia. 11%. 9%. 9%. 6%. 4%. 0%. 0%. Sweden. U.K. Bulgaria. Russia. Georgia. Uzbek. Kyrgyz. Kazakh. Malaysia. S.Korea.

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Tasim trans eurasian super information highway summary presentation

October 2010

TASIM

Trans Eurasian Super Information Highway

Summary Presentation


Tasim trans eurasian super information highway summary presentation

41%

34%

30%

Digital Divide in Eurasia

11%

9%

9%

6%

4%

0%

0%

Sweden

U.K

Bulgaria

Russia

Georgia

Uzbek.

Kyrgyz.

Kazakh.

Malaysia

S.Korea

The TASIM initiative was launched in 2008 by the government of Azerbaijan to bridge the Eurasian digital divide

TASIM Overview

Eurasian Digital Divide and TASIM Country Scope

- Broadband Penetration 2009, Subscribers % -

  • TASIM: Trans Eurasian Super Information Highway

    • Project launched in 2008 by Government of Azerbaijan

    • Objective: Bridge the digital divide in Eurasia

    • Approach: Construct a regional Internet backbone

  • Significant support at Bakutel 2008 and from the UN General Assembly in 2009

  • Status Quo: Preparing implementation and approaching potential network operators to seek partner agreements

Phase 1

Phase 2

Phase 3

Phase 4

Phase 5

Frame TASIM Idea

Generate InternationalBuy-In

Develop TASIM Business Model

Partner with Network Operators

Prepare TASIM Launch

2008

2010

2012

Today

Sources: ITU, Booz & Company analysis


Tasim trans eurasian super information highway summary presentation

TASIM can act as a broker mediating between operators, provide IP transport services or position itself as a service exchange

BUSINESS MODELS ARE COMPLEMENTARY

TASIM Business Models

Details

ServiceExchange

3

Business Model Framework

ServiceExchange

3

Unified IP Transport

Underlying TransportNetwork

Unified IP

Transport

Total Asset

Intensity1

2

2

Broker

1

Broker

1

1)For the Service Exchange Business Model including the required underlyingtransport network (which could be provided by a third party)


Tasim trans eurasian super information highway summary presentation

TASIM may act as a trusted negotiator between operators with different visions, strategies and business styles

1

Broker Business Model: Overview

  • Objective: Improve regional operators’ contacts by enabling deals between operators, some of them wouldn’t be possible otherwise due to political, geographical or commercial issues

  • Approach: TASIM’s role is to deploy a smart negotiation approach to become a trusted deal broker for the majority of operators in the region serving as a “enabler” for operator-to-operator deals

  • Infrastructure: TASIM doesn’t need to own or operate any technical infrastructure. The actual network/service interconnection will be handled by the operators

  • Optionally TASIM can act as a financial clearing house optimizing payments between operators

Operator 1

Operator N

Operator 2

negotiates

TASIM

negotiates

Operator 4

Operator 3

Newly established network route - TASIM acted as a mediator between involved operators and therefore enabled construction of the route


Tasim trans eurasian super information highway summary presentation

The Unified IP Transport business model aims at establishing and operating an own transport and transit network in Eurasia

Unified IP Transport Business Model: Overview

2

Moscow

Envisioned Endgame

  • Objective: Establish a regional transport and transit network for IP traffic which is wholesaled to international and regional operators

  • Approach:

    • TASIM leases fiber or capacity from several operator partners, creates an interconnected backbone and wholesales the network back to the partners and other operators

    • TASIM creates value by

      • Providing connectivity to 2nd/3rd level countries (countries without direct border to the operator home country)

      • Consolidating capacity and therefore creating scale effects

      • Committing capacity so that new routes can be built or existing ones upgrade

  • Infrastructure: TASIM owns and operates own active infrastructure in its network

China (Shanghai)

Turkey(Istanbul)

UAE(Dubai)

Possible TASIM Transport & Transit Network Routes

Backbone Network in Surrounding Regions


Key concepts

Key concepts

  • Own active infrastructure, one network

  • Passive infrastructure by consortium members, when available

  • Wholesale business only


In the service exchange model tasim can help operators to jointly provide services

In the Service Exchange model TASIM can help operators to jointly provide services

3

Service Exchange Business Model: Overview

  • TASIM’s objective is to improve regional operators’ national and international footprint by facilitating the exchange of services between operators

  • For example, if an international company wants to interconnect offices in several countries, TASIM can help operators to avoid each-to-each contacts by becoming a single point of contact for all

  • TASIM’s role is to simplify service integration between operators by introducing single point of contacts, and common standard on parameters of services

Client VPN

EXAMPLE

Operator 1

Client VPN

Operator N

Operator 2

Client VPN

TASIM Service Exchange

Operator 4

Operator 3

Client VPN

Client VPN

Client VPN(HQ)

Operator1

TASIMSE

Operator2

ClientVPN(remote)

EXAMPLE

Underlying network connectivity

Client’s VPNs connected via TASIM service exchange

One-stop shop client payment

Service exchange fee

Network usage fee


In each business model operators will connect to tasim on different layers

In each business model operators will connect to TASIM on different layers

ILLUSTRATIVE

TASIM Network

Operator 1

Operator 2

Service Exchange

TASIM acts as intermediary connecting services of different operators, e.g. P2P, video, VPN

Transport

TASIM provides IP connectivity for participating operators via the TASIM network based on rented fiber/capacity

Brokering

TASIM negotiates route deals between multiple operators, but does not own or operate any infrastructure

Existing Fiber Infrastructure

Owned by operators

Network equipment (e.g. node)


Impact on regional carrier market

Impact on regional carrier market

  • New business model for regional transit

  • Win/win for participating operators

  • Service Exchange as added value

  • Improved regional connectivity


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