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Affordable Broadband with Software Defined IPv6 Network for Developing Rural Communities

Babu R. Dawadi, Danda B. Rawat, Shashidhar R. Joshi, Daya S. Baral
2019 Applied System Innovation  
In this paper, we investigate the affordability of broadband network services for the rural communities in the context of information and communication technology (ICT) infrastructure deployment throughout  ...  During the phase of network transformation, it will be more challenging for the service providers of Nepal to have a proper choice of technologies to expand the network while considering the proper policy  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/asi3010004 fatcat:5dx3gdmkhzbsdgwrwaqqkdd2ey

Review of network integration techniques for mobile broadband services in next generation network

A.C. Ajibo, F.C. Udechukwu, M.C. Ogbuka, C.U. Nwafor, J Nwachi-Ikpo, C.I. Ani
2018 Nigerian Journal of Technology  
This paper, therefore, reviewed the different integration techniques for the heterogeneous networks that use LTE network as backbone that supports mobile broadband services.  ...  Resource provisioning on this backbone network is not without its limitation as more mobile broadband services (MBBs) are evolving and users demand for mobility is on the increase.  ...  LTE suits as the appropriate backbone network for the core of NGN as it provides efficient ubiquitous broadband support all converged network (i.e. legacy and nonlegacy network).  ... 
doi:10.4314/njt.v37i2.24 fatcat:mdqwhiyqhnf4rjghtuu2imbfcm

Realization of the next-generation network

Chae-Sub Lee, D. Knight
2005 IEEE Communications Magazine  
Broadband capabilities with end-to-end quality of service (QoS) • Interworking with legacy networks via open interfaces • Generalized mobility • Unrestricted access by users to different ser- vice  ...  Customers buy services and not technology, so it is the ability to offer services that can take advantage of broadband which is important from the network operators' point of view.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2005.1522122 fatcat:4ucyym3sbfdsbbq5rizyf2dmaq

Performance and Capacity Planning of NGN

Mustafa Shakir, Mahmood Ashraf Khan, Shahzad A Malik, Izhar ul Haq
2011 International Journal of Communications, Network and System Sciences  
The current flow is to provide users with multitude of services thus meeting their high demands and enhancing revenues for network operators.  ...  In this paper, we present an upcoming architecture for the transition to NGN which is future proof for going through the migration phase along with the capacity and planning of our network.  ...  change over as customers are prepared to pay for FTTH/B enabled services.  ... 
doi:10.4236/ijcns.2011.411093 fatcat:uqql5okybnfvzfpqgc7qoroa4i

Regulating next‐generation fixed access to telecommunications services

David Lewin, Brian Williamson, Martin Cave
2009 Info  
, products, In particular bitstream offers access seekers a way of reaching customers nation-wide at the same time as the national fixed incumbent for a relatively modest investment  ...  What rules, if any, should regulators put in place to provide incentives for timely and efficient investment in NGA while, at the same time, preventing monopoly abuseeither by taking monopoly rents from  ...  Services, BT , July 2007 regulators might, for example, allow prices for wholesale legacy products to rise to reflect rising unit costs as the volume of use of legacy products falls.  ... 
doi:10.1108/14636690910970946 fatcat:hz2r4355cbg25hvtvw57wanob4

Towards energy efficiency and green network infrastructure deployment in Nepal using software defined IPv6 network paradigm

Babu R. Dawadi, Danda B. Rawat, Shashidhar R. Joshi, Martina M. Keitsch
2019 Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries  
Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6)-aka Software Defined IPv6 (SoDIP6)-for energy efficient networking, robust services, and sustainable ICT ecosystem for developing nations like Nepal.  ...  Due to the diverse geographic and economic situations, ICT network and service expansions throughout Nepal have been becoming quite challenging.  ...  supported by NTNU (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) under Sustainable Engineering Education Project (SEEP) and partially supported by Nepal Academy of Science and Technology (NAST) and the  ... 
doi:10.1002/isd2.12114 fatcat:igwaswwk4jbbpiroqdr5eaoknu

Spectrum Pooling for Next Generation Public Safety Radio Systems

William Lehr, Nancy Jesuale
2008 2008 3rd IEEE Symposium on New Frontiers in Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks  
This paper examines the economic, policy, and market challenges of enabling spectrum pooling and portability for public safety radios.  ...  Adoption of DSA technologies by the public safety community can better align systems with the future of wireless services more generally and can contribute to making next generation public safety radio  ...  For legacy services, it is reasonable to require that service availability and quality should not be degraded relative to the performance of legacy systems.  ... 
doi:10.1109/dyspan.2008.72 fatcat:o7sblzcxsbgjnpwft25vcqeekq

Competition and Regulation Policy in Antipodean Government-Funded Ultrafast Fibre Broadband Markets

Bronwyn E. Howell
2012 Social Science Research Network  
It then examines the competition and regulation policies that will govern the insertion of the respective government-funded fibre networks into environments where both legacy policies and technological  ...  Both the Australian and New Zealand governments have committed to spend substantial sums in order to bring forward the nationwide deployment of ultra-fast fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) broadband networks.  ...  In the context of new (frontier) fibre-based local access networks for the provision of higher quality broadband services than are achievable in the (legacy) copper networks 57 , the foregone dynamic efficiency  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2031292 fatcat:75xolsderfb6tohixoxvdpaxce

Technical, commercial and regulatory challenges of qos: an internet service model perspective (by xipeng xiao and morgan kaufmann; 2008) [book review]

Andrzej Jajszczyk
2010 IEEE Communications Magazine  
In order to meet the increasing demands of their legacy services and to position themselves for new services, each of these networks has moved to a fiber-optic broadband backbone network.  ...  was evolving in order to more effectively support that network's legacy services.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2010.5534581 fatcat:jn6kwgvnjjacxnf7sbx2e6oqtm

Public Interest in the Regulation of Competition: Evidence from Wholesale Internet Access Consultations in Canada

Rajabiun, Middleton
2015 Journal of Information Policy  
JSTOR is a not-for-profit service that helps scholars, researchers, and students discover, use, and build upon a wide range of content in a trusted digital archive.  ...  Using NLP, they analyze 40 formal interventions in the CRTC's 2013-551 review of its wholesale broadband policy.  ...  broadband networks in the United States and beyond.  ... 
doi:10.5325/jinfopoli.5.2015.0032 fatcat:haavthgb5bhalipfsy3opcny7i

A Survey on Legacy and Emerging Technologies for Public Safety Communications

Abhaykumar Kumbhar, Farshad Koohifar, Ismail Guvenc, Bruce Mueller
2017 IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials  
For example, in the United States, FirstNet is building a nationwide coast-to-coast public safety network based of LTE broadband technology.  ...  This paper presents a comparative survey of legacy and the LTE-based public safety networks, and discusses the LMRS-LTE convergence as well as mission-critical push-to-talk over LTE.  ...  The communication technologies such as legacy radio system, commercial network (2G/3G), and broadband (LTE/WiFi) are largely used by the public safety organizations.  ... 
doi:10.1109/comst.2016.2612223 fatcat:4qhyz7bla5h5vfp2aqz7qmf7gu

A Software Tool of Technical and Financial-Economic Analysis for Acquistion of Broadband Radio PPDR Networks

Henryk Gierszal, Karina Pawlina, Piotr Tyczka, Krzysztof Romanowski, Maria Urbańska
2016 Folia Oeconomica Stetinensia  
In this paper, we present a software tool that allows preparing econometric analyses aiming at selection of optimal business models for acquisition of broadband mobile networks by PPDR organizations.  ...  Such agencies often and often need broadband services to improve operational activities in order to increase the safety, security, and their effectiveness in day-to-day and crisis situations.  ...  The authors would like to thank Witold Hołubowicz and Mateusz Stasik for many discussions about the tool and its functionalities.  ... 
doi:10.1515/foli-2016-0020 fatcat:swve5ablrbfuvc3kcoykb5ap5e

Internet 3.0: Identifying Problems and Solutions to the Network Neutrality Debate

Rob Frieden
2007 Social Science Research Network  
What Internet Service Providers (ISPs) can and cannot do to diversify and differentiate services lies at the core of the debate over neutrality in network operation.  ...  The next generation Internet has the technological capability and ISPs have the commercial motivation to offer "better than best efforts" routing and premium services for both content providers and consumers  ...  See also Appropriate Framework for Broadband Access to the Internet over Wireline Facilities; Universal Service Obligations of Broadband Providers; Review of Regulatory Requirements for Incumbent LEC Broadband  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.962181 fatcat:44yv54d3frdqjpalkt3mkkupgi

The Last Mile: Service Tiers Versus Infrastructure Development and the Debate on Internet Neutrality

Kevin G. Wilson
2008 Canadian Journal of Communication  
Policy recommendations are made to ensure adequate financing for the development of local broadband networks in the public interest.  ...  It is vital for the Internet community to oppose the introduction of service tiers, but public debate on the future of the Internet should not be limited to the problem of service tiers.  ...  It is largely for this reason that local access service (local telephony) has been the last segment of the old legacy telephone network to be subject to competition, while the market for long-distance  ... 
doi:10.22230/cjc.2008v33n1a1886 fatcat:n7ssr7lypngclgsuxlkorbdx7e

TJA's NBN policy panel: TJA quizzes Paul Budde, Joshua Gans, Mark Gregory and Allan Horsley on the competing NBN policies in the 2013 Australian federal election

Peter Gerrand
2013 Telecommunications Journal of Australia  
Mark Gregory: There is a strong rationale for a free basic NBN connection and broadband service for all Australians -a Universal Broadband Service.  ...  Leases ducts and pits to NBN Co for legacy and 'user-pays' FTTH.  ...  It is highly unlikely that there is room for competing FttH networks. 5G will bring mobile transmitters to every corner of the street -totally integrated with the FttH infrastructure.  ... 
doi:10.7790/tja.v63i3.442 fatcat:t3qmxvg6rnftjpbxtifngcfh3a
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