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銅線ネットワークの廃棄:オペレータへのコストと利点

Copper decommissioning: costs and benefits for operators

 

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Operators and contractors need to understand how the copper network decommissioning process can benefit them.

Copper network decommissioning is becoming an increasingly significant topic as operators seek to replace legacy infrastructure with fibre and wireless alternatives. A number of operators are already proceeding with the process, which enables us to compare their different approaches.

This Viewpoint provides:

  • numerical analysis of the potential revenue benefits for operators from extracting and selling copper infrastructure and selling property that is no longer required after copper decommissioning
  • an examination of the costs involved
  • case studies of the copper decommissioning strategies of Bezeq, MGTS, NBN Co, Telstra and Verizon.

Company coverage

The following companies are featured in case studies in this Viewpoint.

  • Bezeq (Israel)
  • MGTS (Moscow, Russia)
 
  • NBN Co (Australia)
  • Telstra (Australia)
 
  • Verizon (USA)

 



目次

Table of contents

About this report

Recommendations for operators, contractors and vendors

Copper decommissioning in favour of fibre or wireless can bring cost and revenue benefits for operators, but also several challenges

Exchange and copper sales have the potential to cover a significant proportion of the cost of passing homes with fibre

Generating profits from removing copper presents a number of challenges, but is potentially lucrative

Selling physical copper is likely to generate significant revenue for operators

Selling physical copper is likely to be highly profitable for operators

Operators can continue to generate revenue from selling old active equipment although pole disposal could pose challenges

Exchange sales will be the most significant benefit of copper network decommissioning

Potential from exchange sales depends on the local property market, but can easily extend to a double-digit percentage of annual fixed revenue

Verizon’s copper decommissioning strategy involves migrating customers to FTTH in urban areas

Verizon’s copper decommissioning strategy involves migrating customers to wireless in rural areas

Verizon’s copper decommissioning strategy in rural areas could be hindered by regulation and low levels of take-up

Verizon has migrated significant numbers of copper customers to FTTH

MGTS’s copper decommissioning strategy involves an extensive FTTH roll-out

MGTS has a number of strategic rationales for its copper decommissioning strategy [1]

MGTS has a number of strategic rationales for its copper decommissioning strategy [2]

MGTS has made significant progress with its copper decommissioning strategy

Bezeq has generated significant sums of money from sales of copper while deploying a nationwide FTTC network

Bezeq’s profits from exchanges sales have outweighed those from sales of copper

Telstra’s fibre-only exchange in South Brisbane demonstrates the company’s technical capabilities

Telstra’s ability to decommission copper is constrained by the limited coverage and low take-up of NBN

Telstra’s ability to decommission copper will be boosted by the new NBN plans

Conclusions

About the author

List of figures

Figure 1: Summary of report coverage

Figure 2: Baseline assumptions on cost per premises by type of roll-out, a developed market, 2014

Figure 3: Ratio of total square metres of property to homes and businesses covered, before sales, by operator

Figure 4: Price for property disposals, by selected operator [Source: Analysys Mason, 2014]

Figure 5: Verizon’s fixed coverage, USA, 2Q 2014 [Source: Analysys Mason, 2014]

Figure 6: Verizon’s fixed LTE access prices and price per gigabyte, September 2014 [Source: Analysys Mason, 2014]

Figure 7: Verizon’s copper migrations and cumulative migrations as a percentage of FiOS Internet open for sale homes passed, 1Q 2012–1Q 2014 [Source: Analysys Mason, 2014]

Figure 8: MGTS’s DSL and GPON FTTH prices, July 2013 [Source: Analysys Mason, 2014]

Figure 9: MGTS’s GPON FTTH subscriptions, 4Q 2012–1Q 2014 [Source: Analysys Mason, 2014]

Figure 10: Bezeq’s profit from sales of copper, 2009–2013 [Source: Analysys Mason, 2014]

Figure 11: Bezeq’s profit from sales of property, plant and equipment and as a percentage of its fixed-line profit [Source: Analysys Mason, 2014]

Figure 12: Timeline for migrating the South Brisbane exchange to FTTP [Source: Analysys Mason, 2014]

Figure 13: NBN Co’s coverage and take-up rate, 3Q 2013–2Q 2014 [Source: Analysys Mason, 2014]

Figure 14: NBN Co’s target coverage of premises in fixed-line footprint by technology [Source: Analysys Mason, 2014]

 

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