Bikram Acharya
11-12-2012
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◦ Security at a lower cost
 For consumers
◦ Cheaper and simpler pricing
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◦ Lower ...
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 To identify the collaborative way to make
sustainable to traditional telephony system
and new IP telephony system in sam...
 Neutrality regime is better than tiered QoS
 Producer surplus optimize for both VoIP and
WBITP , consumer will enjoy wi...
 Network Neutrality
 Product Differentiation
 Vertical Integration
 Two-sided markets
 Tiered services
 VoIP
 Internet was based on the fundamental
principles of openness and nondiscrimination
 Consumers and innovators do not hav...
Network Provider:
• Different QoS for Delay and congestion s
ensitive application
•Pricing according to QoS
•Tiered servic...
Regulartraffic
Mobile VoIP
Service
VoiceCall
MMS
Advertisement
Wireless Broadband Operator with telephony
Subscribers
Regu...
 WBITP can also generate revenues through
data
 Can capitalize every bits into cents
 Innovation supportive platform no...
Network Neutrality for advertisement
Tiered QoS for advertisement
Network Neutrality for voice
Tiered QoS for voice
Networ...
 Krämer, J., & Wiewiorra, L. (2012). Network Neutrality and Congestion Sensitive Content
Providers: Implications for Cont...
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    1. 1. Bikram Acharya 11-12-2012
    2. 2.  For businesses ◦ Security at a lower cost  For consumers ◦ Cheaper and simpler pricing  For service providers ◦ Lower investment, capital and operating costs ◦ Entry into new markets ◦ Enhanced innovation ◦ New business models The obstacles to VoIP •Problems with QoS and reliability •Resistance by incumbents •Regulatory uncertainty. •Specific regulatory requirements
    3. 3. 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 Per100inhabitants Mobile-celullarsubscriptions(millions) Subscriptions (in millions) Per 100 inhabitants Global mobile-cellular subscriptions, total and per 100 inhabitants, 2001-2011 Source: ITU World Telecommunication /ICT Indicators database 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 Per100inhabitants Develo ped World Develo ping The developed/developing country classifications are based on the UN M49, see: http://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/definitions/regions/index.html Source: ITU World Telecommunication /ICT Indicators database Individuals using the Internet per 100 inhabitants, 2 001-2011
    4. 4. Source: DATE Source: Point Topic
    5. 5. Source: IDATE
    6. 6.  To identify the collaborative way to make sustainable to traditional telephony system and new IP telephony system in same ground  Finding the strategic action to make competitive business with any new comer in the field  How to make supportive environment for the innovative technology
    7. 7.  Neutrality regime is better than tiered QoS  Producer surplus optimize for both VoIP and WBITP , consumer will enjoy with neutral regime and enjoy free calls  social welfare
    8. 8.  Network Neutrality  Product Differentiation  Vertical Integration  Two-sided markets  Tiered services  VoIP
    9. 9.  Internet was based on the fundamental principles of openness and nondiscrimination  Consumers and innovators do not have to seek permission before they use the Internet to launch new technologies, start businesses, connect with friends, or share their views.  Preserving Free and Open Internet: Transparency, No Blocking, No unreasonable discrimination1
    10. 10. Network Provider: • Different QoS for Delay and congestion s ensitive application •Pricing according to QoS •Tiered service •Speed lane better QoS •Normal lane acceptable QoS •Slow lane below acceptable QoS profit demand supply demand supply profit
    11. 11. Regulartraffic Mobile VoIP Service VoiceCall MMS Advertisement Wireless Broadband Operator with telephony Subscribers RegularTraffic Revenues Mobile VoIP Service VoiceCall MMS Advertisement Wireless Broadband Operator with telephony Regulartraffic Subscribers RegularTraffic Revenues Different QoS for different service •QoS for Voice •QoS for Text •QoS for Advertisement
    12. 12.  WBITP can also generate revenues through data  Can capitalize every bits into cents  Innovation supportive platform not only policy  Social welfare will be optimize
    13. 13. Network Neutrality for advertisement Tiered QoS for advertisement Network Neutrality for voice Tiered QoS for voice Network Neutrality Tiered QoS VoIP WBITP Krämer,J.,&Wiewiorra,L.(2012). WBITP2 VoIP2 Subscribers VoIP1 WBITP1
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