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February 10th, 2012, Vol:1
 

Editor's Words

By Sridhar Pai, ceo, Tonse Telecom

February 10, 2012

New WiROI™ Tool Calculates the Financial Impact of Data Offloading to WiFi

New Windsor, NY – January 30, 2012 – Wireless 20/20's latest study analyzed the impact of deploying WiFi offloading from a 4G LTE network in New York City. To provide 4G LTE service in NYC, an operator needs 216 cell sites for adequate coverage. To keep up with the expected increase in demand for data over the next 10 years, the LTE coverage in NYC would have to be supplemented with an additional 1,879 cell sites. The study concluded that deploying a WiFi offload network in NYC will significantly reduce the burden of data traffic carried by the 4G LTE network and results in 7.2% reduction in the TCO over the 10 year period.

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The following are highlights of the study findings:

  1. Optimum ROI is achieved with 33,138 access points place in high traffic areas.
  2. The 33,138 access points would be spread over a 789 square km area of NYC
  3. The average density of access points would be 42 per square km
  4. The total CapEx for deploying the WiFi access network would be $41M
  5. The 10 year cumulative OpEx would be $59M
  6. The number of capacity cells would be reduced to 432, a saving of 1,447 LTE sites
  7. The Total Cost of Ownership would be reduced by $253M
  8. Cumulative Free Cash Flow would improve by $287M

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To download full case study on Wi-Fi offload - a WiROI Business Case assessment, please drop a line to stpai@tonsetelecom.com


Tonse Telecom: Mobile M2M Market in India

Mobile M2M Market in India is a preliminary research report that provides a window into the emerging world of mobile M2M in India. The report covers Mobile M2M value chain in India, key drivers and challenges, major applications currently in evaluation. The report develops a possible revenue model for mobile operators for a hypothetical circle with a deployed M2M base, with several applications and a mix of revenue streams over a three year period.

 

The report covers potential market opportunities and challenges.

  • Early Market Trends
  • Key M2M applications currently on trial
  • Mobile M2M value chain
  • Mobile operator Revenue model + Market Estimates

To download Executive Summary click here
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Facebook Inc. filed for an initial public offering Wednesday that could value the social network between $75 billion and $100 billion, putting the company on track for one of the biggest U.S. stock-market debuts of all time.

The company hopes to raise as much as $10 billion when it begins selling shares this spring, said people familiar with the matter. read more here & here
India 2G verdict: 122 licenses cancelled
The verdict on the multi-crore scam is out. The Supreme Court has cancelled all the 122 licenses issued on or post January 2008. According to the verdict, telecom regulator TRAI will make fresh recommendations on the grant of licenses. more
France Telecom-Orange announces an agreement for the sale of its 35% stake in Orange Austria
France Telecom-Orange has entered into a binding agreement with its partner Mid Europa Partners ("MEP") for the sale of their combined 100% stake of Orange Austria to Hutchison 3G Austria ("Hutchison"), a subsidiary of Hutchison Whampoa Limited. France Telecom-Orange currently holds a 35% stake in Orange Austria and MEP a 65% stake. As part of the overall transaction, Hutchison will sell frequencies, base station sites, the mobile phone operator Yesss! Telekommunikation GmbH ("Yesss!") as well as certain intellectual property rights to Telekom Austria Group, immediately after the acquisition of Orange Austria. more
Oi launches enterprise cloud strategy
Brazilian carrier Oi announced its cloud strategy dubbed "Oi Smart Cloud." The offering is designed to complement the carrier's enterprise portfolio, which currently includes fixed and mobile telephony, connectivity and IT solutions. The carrier has invested $17.25 million into the new cloud initiative for servers, storage and virtual machine infrastructure. more
ARM reports faster-than-market growth
The company said that 55 percent of its unit shipments fall into the mobile category, with the rest falling into its enterprise (16 percent), home (4 percent) or embedded (25 percent) business lines. It claims to have a 90 percent share of the smartphone market and a 95 percent share of mass-market terminals. more

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About Tonse Telecom

Tonse Telecom is a research, consulting and advisory services organization focusing on the India telecom sector. Tonse Telecom enables telecom equipment vendors, ISVs, infrastructure developers and investors for success in the Indian telecom marketplace.

Tonse Telecom has onboard, a team of reputed senior industry executives and consultants who provide advisory services on specific projects. Tonse covers a broad spectrum of telecom technologies that include Wi-Fi /BWA / WiMAX, IMS, FMC and Triple Play, VoIP, Mobile VAS, End-device Applications and Mobile Content.

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