STEM

Applications and examples

Accelerated, verifiable financial modelling

The energy-efficient light-bulb moment

Most individuals or households have considered whether to leave old-fashioned light bulbs in operation or replace them with energy-saving LED lights.

Next generation access costing ‘without a map’

Evaluating the cost of deploying VDSL connectivity with feeder fibre or a complete GPON solution for FTTH

Increasing cable bandwidth to retain high-value customers

Capital investment in local transmission infrastructure may help a cable-network operator to secure future Internet revenues

Increasing market share with Voice over LTE

Comparing the benefits of being the first mover in a market to adopt VoLTE with the disadvantages of being the last mover

Calculating economic depreciation for regulatory accounts

Depreciation which considers the economic value of assets is widely used in cost models supporting the regulation of markets for telecommunications

Quick and easy business-case evaluation

In today’s constantly changing technology environment, there is a real business imperative to perform rapid and reliable evaluations of new service concepts, and to be able to readily adapt such business cases to changing market conditions and emerging vendor solutions.

Business models for solution marketing

Leading vendors are using models created with STEM (Strategic Telecoms Evaluation Model) to communicate the economic value of their solutions.

Network-transformation modelling

Technology does not stand still, and nor can service-provider business models. Services may evolve through network cannibalisation in the short term, but leaps in functionality and core replacement make wide-ranging network transformation projects inevitable.

Service costing and profitability analysis

Every responsible carrier business must measure the unit costs of the services it provides as a critical benchmark for determining a pricing strategy for long-term survival.

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