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    Informe para Vodafone sobre Arquitecturas y modelos competitivos en redes de fibra realizado por Wik Consult en diciembre de 2010

    Contents
    Content of Figures IV
    Content of Tables VI
    Executive Summary 1
    1 Extended Summary 7
    2 Competitive models in fibre deployment 27
    2.1 Introduction 27
    2.2 The overall NGN/NGA architecture 28
    2.3 Technologies/architectures considered 34
    2.3.1 P2P 36
    2.3.2 GPON 38
    2.3.3 GPON over a passive P2P plant 43
    2.3.4 WDM PON 45
    2.3.5 Comparison of technologies considered 49
    2.4 Competitive models not considered 50
    2.5 Critical market shares for competitive models 51
    2.6 Competitive and regulatory interaction in an oligopoly environment 51
    2.6.1 Modelling approach 51
    2.6.1.1 The theoretical model 51
    2.6.1.2 The quantitative model 55
    2.6.1.3 QoS and willingness to pay in the basic model 56
    2.6.2 Basic model results 59
    2.6.2.1 Results on end-user prices 59
    2.6.2.2 Results on profits 63
    2.6.2.3 Results on market shares and number of firms 65
    2.6.2.4 Results on consumer surplus (CS) and welfare (W) 67
    2.6.2.5 Access mark-up for the GPON bitstream core scenario 70
    2.6.2.6 Endogenous wholesale access charges 76
    2.6.2.7 Looking at Cluster 4 in isolation 77
    2.6.2.8 Cluster 5 results for the GPON bitstream core scenario 80
    2.6.2.9 Basic model results: Conclusions 82II Architectures and competitive models in fibre networks
    2.6.3 Sensitivity analysis 83
    2.6.3.1 Greenfield vs. Brownfield results 84
    2.6.3.2 QoS and WtP assumptions 86
    2.6.3.3 Conclusions on sensitivities 93
    3 Opex and capex of different FTTH technologies 94
    3.1 The modelling approach 94
    3.1.1 General approach 94
    3.1.2 Geotypes of Euroland 95
    3.1.3 Network structure 97
    3.1.4 The incumbent as investor 98
    3.1.5 Demand 99
    3.1.6 Major assumptions on capex and opex 100
    3.1.6.1 Capex 100
    3.1.6.2 Opex 101
    3.1.7 Wholesale cost and prices 102
    3.1.8 Dynamic approach 103
    3.1.8.1 Network roll-out 103
    3.1.8.2 Subscriber acquisition 104
    3.1.8.3 Replacement investments and price adjustments 104
    3.1.8.4 Interest rate and present values 105
    3.1.8.5 Other parameters 105
    3.2 Our results 105
    3.2.1 Area of profitable coverage and critical market shares 105
    3.2.2 Investment and cost differences of technologies – static approach 112
    3.2.2.1 Investment 112
    3.2.2.2 Cost 117
    3.2.2.3 Wholesale prices 122
    3.2.2.4 Sensitivities: Impact on critical market shares 123
    3.2.2.4.1 Investment reduction for the incumbent (“Brownfield deployment“) 123
    3.2.2.4.2 Lower NGA penetration 131Architectures and competitive models in fibre networks III
    3.2.2.4.3 Wholesale price increase 132
    3.2.2.4.4 CPE price sensitivity 133
    3.2.3 Investment and cost of different technologies – dynamic approach 134
    3.2.3.1 Investment 134
    3.2.3.2 Cost 139
    3.2.3.3 WDM PON sensitivity: Revenues from sale of MDF locations 141
    3.2.4 Summary of cost modelling results 143
    3.2.4.1 Profitable coverage, investment, cost and competition in the steady state analysis 143
    3.2.4.2 Impact of the ramp-up on costs and technology ranking 145

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