Access network design is seeing complicated growth as the mobile and land line traffic are converging. Hybrid models to accommodate growing mobile traffic in access network is emerging as key strategy for the most of the service providers who are poised to support 4G and beyond. In the coming decade, various new protocols will be emerging to support 4G and beyond using traditional access network built over copper or Fiber. There is far reaching business impact for each of the architecture paradigm. Modeling software like STEM can help to unveil financial impact of each proposed architecture.
The STEM business-modelling software for Telecom industry from Implied Logic Limited is a robust and efficient platform for creating business and investment plans for access network design which embrace alternative market, technical and economic futures. It models demands, total number of subscribers, Capex and Opex issues considering growth of the subscribers and equipment scaling cost.
It is used by telecom operators, vendors and enterprise users to model service-level requirements for networks and to calculate the financial implications of different technology or roll-out scenarios going forward considering subscriber growth.
For a telecom service provider, STEM features an integrated cost-allocation function which supports detailed profitability analysis at the service level. Once a service provider has undertaken a Service Costing exercice, it is in a much better position to estimate the Customer Lifetime Value (CLV).