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Broadband Over Power Lines: Challenging Existing Broadband Dynamics
Bharatbook.com is proud to announce the addition of report "Broadband Over Power Lines: Challenging Existing Broadband Dynamics" to their offering.
By: Bharat Book Bureau
One of the advantages offered by BPL is that the technology will helpstimulate new competitive market dynamics by introducing a new means ofbroadband access that does not require the building of an entirely newinfrastructure.
Questions answered in this report include :
What is the opportunity for BPL and where do the key markets lie?
What business models exist for BPL service providers?
What lessons can be learned from global BPL trials and deployments?
What threat does BPL pose to traditional fixed-line broadband networks?
What kinds of services and applications does BPL enable?
How does BPL compare with rival technologies in terms of price, cost and performance?
BPL has been hampered by concerns over interference and the lack ofstandards necessary to drive it forward. But recent developments point tothese problems being resolved. It believes the questions ofBPL-caused RF interference have recently begun to be answeredsatisfactorily. Further, movements by various global standards bodiespromises to boost the market.
This report will also tell you :
How is BPL standardisation progressing
What the regulatory environment is regarding BPL around the world
What the evolution towards next-generation BPL promise to deliver
The main market players and their strategies
What are the market drivers and barriers
Where the most activity is to be seen
The ubiquity of electric power lines as the means of providing access to theInternet is of particular benefit in rural areas, where the biggest promiselies for BPL. But It warns that unless governments are willing tosubsidise the substantial infrastructure costs required to enable a BPLsystem, the technology of providing broadband access over power lines maynot be economically viable in these areas.
In urban areas, BPL’s timing is critical, because it must compete in a verycompetitive marketplace, one in which legacy players have not onlyestablished a firm foothold, but are beginning to offer triple-playservices, giving them differentiation and a competitive advantage. For BPLto succeed, it needs either a significant difference in service or pricebetween BPL and existing broadband methods.
This latest 70+ page report from It examines BPL both as astand-alone technology and as a competitive entry into the broadbandmarketplace. Interference is comprehensively detailed and analysed in thisreport, as are other issues surrounding BPL.
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