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Microsoft Word - RFPQS_Renovation-Contract-2_Attach2_Levels-of-Intervention_final.docx UNOG │Strategic Heritage Plan Renovation │ Historical Buildings RFPQS │ BLN Attachment 2 Page 1 of 5 Attachment 2—Levels of Intervention Renovation of the Historical Buildings (Buildings A, B, C, D and S) at the Palais des Nations in Geneva, Switzerland UNOG │Strategic Heritage Plan Renovation │ Historical Buildings RFPQS │ BLN Attachment 2 Page 2 of 5 FACILITATING WORKS AND BUILDING WORKS 0 Facilitating Works 0.1 Toxic/hazardous/contaminated material removal Mainly asbestos removal in main plantroom 0.2 Major Demolition Works Not currently anticipated 0.3 Specialist Groundworks Not currently anticipated 0.4 Temporary Diversion Works Not currently anticipated 0.5 Extraordinary Site Investigation Works Not currently anticipated 1 Substructure 1.1 Substructure Cafeteria extension New room XII partition 2 Superstructure 2.1 Frame Cafeteria extension New room XII partition Press room 2.2 Upper Floors Cafeteria extension New room XII partition 2.3 Roof Cafeteria extension 2.4 Stairs and Ramps Limited 2.5 External Walls Cafeteria extension 2.6 Windows and External Doors Cafeteria extension Change and renovation across the buildings 2.7 Internal Walls and Partitions Across the buildings 2.8 Internal Doors Across the buildings Main concern with heritage aspect 3 Internal Finishes 3.1 Wall Finishes Across the buildings 3.2 Floor Finishes Across the buildings 3.3 Ceiling Finishes Across the buildings 4 Fittings, Furnishings and Equipment 4.1 Fittings, Furnishings and Equipment (Fixed) Across the buildings 4.1 Fittings, Furnishings and Equipment (Loose - New and Heritage) New furniture in new support nodes of office areas Heritage furniture across the buildings 4.1 Fittings, Furnishings and Equipment (Loose - Used Office Furniture) Used furniture across the offices 4.1 Signage Not currently anticipated 5 Services 5.1 Sanitary Installations Partial renovation of sanitary ware and fittings 5.2 Services Equipment Not applicable 5.3 Disposal Installations Local adaptation and upgrade 5.4 Water Installations Global upgrade 5.5 Heat Source New plant room 5.6 Space Heating and Air Conditioning Local upgrade and general cleaning 5.7 Ventilation Replacement of existing systems 5.8 Electrical Installations New cabling Partial new lighting Partial rearrangement of existing lighting Lighting automation upgrade New panelboards Upgrade of existing panelboards Cleaning of all obsolete systems New UPS New emergency lighting installation 5.9 Fuel Installations Not applicable 5.10 Lift and Conveyor Installations Upgrade of some equipment Change of some equipment 5.11.1 Fire and Lightning Protection Upgrade of existing system New in Cafeteria 5.11.2 Library fire extinction: water mist + oxyreduction +airtight New protection system in Library and Archive 5.12.1 Communication, Security and Control Systems New control center 5.12.2 Fire Detection and Alarm Installation Extension and upgrade of existing system 5.12.3 Clock Installation New infrastructure 5.12.4 Evacuation Installation Upgrade public address system 5.12.5 Structural Cabling Installation New and adaptation 5.12.6 Network Active Equipment Installation only – supply by UNOG 5.12.7 Audio Installation (building) Upgrade public address system 5.12.8 CCTV Upgrade CCTV installation UNOG │Strategic Heritage Plan Renovation │ Historical Buildings RFPQS │ BLN Attachment 2 Page 3 of 5 5.12.9 Access Control Upgrade access control installation 5.12.10 Disabled Call Systems New intercom system 5.12.11 Building Management and automatic Controls Installation Extension of existing system 5.12.12 AV Conference Systems New CMSI in most of the rooms New display system New robotic camera system New broadcast installation for Press Conf. Room Move of existing TV studio 5.12.13 PC Conference Installation only – supply by UNOG 5.12.14 Acoustics Assembly Hall Study and improvement 5.12.17 Digital Signage Extension of existing system 5.12.18 Mobile Phone Network Not currently anticipated 5.12.19 Server and Storage Not currently anticipated 5.13 Specialist Installations Dismantling and adaptation of pneumatic systems 5.14 BWIC Connection with Services Across the buildings 5.15 Testing and Commissioning All systems 6 Prefabricated Buildings and Building Units 6.1 Prefabricated Buildings and Building Units Not currently anticipated 7 Work to Existing Buildings 7.1 Minor Demolition Works and Alteration Works Across the buildings 7.2 Repairs to Existing Services Not currently anticipated 7.3 DPC's/Fungus and Beetle Eradication Not currently anticipated 7.4 Façade Retention Not currently anticipated 7.5 Cleaning Existing Surfaces Not currently anticipated 7.6 Renovation Works Across buildings 8 External Works 8.1 Site Preparation Works Not currently anticipated 8.2 Roads, Paths, Paving and Surfacing Cafeteria landscaping 8.3 Soft Landscaping, Planting and Irrigation Systems Cours d’honneur landscaping 8.4 Fencing, Railings and Walls Not applicable 8.5 External Fixtures Minor external works for cafeteria 8.6 External Drainage Not currently anticipated 8.7 External Services Not currently anticipated 8.8 Minor Building Works and Ancillary Buildings Not currently anticipated PRELIMINARIES AND INDIRECT WORKS 9 Main Contractor's Preliminaries (B) 9.1.1 Main Contractor Preliminaries Across buildings 9.1.2 Site Installations Across buildings 9.1.3 Temporary installations for UNOG business Across buildings 9.1.4 Business Continuity provisional works Across buildings 9.1.5 Moving Across buildings 9.1.6 Heritage / Art protection and restauration Across buildings 9.1.7 Heritage / Moving Across buildings 9.1.8 Additional Security measures Across buildings 9.1.9 Construction All Risk Insurance Across buildings 9.1.10 Cleaning post-Handover from Contractor Across buildings 9.1.11 Additional surveys if needed (MEP + Architectural) Across buildings 9.1.12 Defects Liability and Warranty Works; necessary remedy concerning any equipment and material defects as required after each Section of Work is handed over to the Employer. All project 9.2.1 Commissioning Agent All systems 9.2.2 BIM Management Full service 9.3 General contractor management Full service 9.4 Additional banksmen to manage deliveries etc. between site area and Building Across buildings Table 3: Construction services currently anticipated (not limited to) — listed under New Rules of Measurement 1 table – NRM1 UNOG │Strategic Heritage Plan Renovation │ Historical Buildings RFPQS │ BLN Attachment 2 Page 4 of 5 Chart 1: Approximate Overall Works Breakdown by Principle Element / Function 1% 15% 41% 4% 5% 2% 9% 11% 12% UNOG │Strategic Heritage Plan Renovation │ Historical Buildings RFPQS │ BLN Attachment 2 Page 5 of 5 UN UN Design Contractor Contractor Technical Design (RIBA) X Design Portions Construction Support / Additional Design Information X Shop Drawings and Method Statements X Supply of IT active equipment X Construction X Hand Over X Maintenance X Limited to a few Technical Installations Table 4: Design Development and Overall Responsibilities Repartition
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Score: 721990.14 - https://www.ungeneva.org/sites...vels-of-Intervention_final.pdf
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Download   ​​​Since august 2020 epfd software is distributes as part of Space Applications GIBC installation. Latest version of the software is available on the main software page ​. (...) User guide: ​ User Guide.pdf What's new:  What's new.pdf ​ ​ Archives To download and install archived versions of EPFD validation software, click on the link and save the file to a temporary directory on your PC. (...) Download Description Size Date EpfdPackage.exe Installation file   190Mb 15th March 2019 ​User Guide.pdf ​User Guide ​3Mb 15th March 2019 ​ What's new.pdf ​What's new 50Kb 15th March 2019 ​ ​ ​ ​ ​Older releases ​ ​ ​ ​ EPFDPackage.exe ​Previous intallation 2018/11/27 ​190Mb ​27th Nov 2018 ​ EPFDPackage.exe ​installation 2018/09/26 ​190Mb ​26th Sep 2018 ​ EPFDPackage.exe ​installation 2018/06/14 ​190Mb ​14th June 2018 ​ EPFDPackage.exe ​installation 2018/02/08 ​190Mb ​8th Fev 2018 ​ EPFDPackage.exe ​installation 2017/12/19 ​190Mb 19th Dec 2017​ ​ EPFDPackage.exe ​installation 2017/06/26 ​ 190Mb ​ 26th June 2017 ​ EPFDPackage.exe ​​installation 2017/05/11 ​​134Mb ​ 11th May 2017 ​ EPFDPackage.exe ​installation 2017/01/09 ​134Mb ​9th Jan 2017 ​ EPFDPackage.exe ​installation 2017/11/23 ​134Mb ​23rd Nov 2016 ​ EPFDPackage.exe installation 2016/06/06 ​134Mb ​6th June 2016 ​ Update to Transfinite EPFD installation 2016/09/23 ​​3.34Mb ​​23rd Sept 2016     License Agreement   For further information contact: Space Administrative Software Division Page Content 9 Page Content 10 Page Content 18 Page Content 19 Page Content 6 Page Content 7 Page Content 11 Page Content 12 Page Content 2 Page Content 3 Page Content 4 Page Content 5 Page Content 13 Page Content 14 Page Content 15 Page Content 16 Follow us Twitter Facebook YouTube Flickr Linkedin Instagram Soundcloud Podcasts Spotify Spreaker TikTok © ITU All Rights Reserved Contact us Privacy notice Accessibility Report misconduct Back to top
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K.21 : Resistibility of telecommunication equipment installed in customer premises to overvoltages and overcurrents   Français   Español     Home : ITU-T : Publications : Recommendations : K Series : K.21 Recently posted  -  Search Recommendations     K.21 : Resistibility of telecommunication equipment installed in customer premises to overvoltages and overcurrents Recommendation K.21 In force components Number Title Status K.21 (07/19)   Resistibility of telecommunication equipment installed in customer premises to overvoltages and overcurrents   In force K.21 (2019) Amendment 1 (06/20)     The file initially posted on 3.9.2020 was replaced to correct a minor formatting issue in Table 1a. (...) In force     Superseded and Withdrawn components Number Title Status K.21 (11/88)   Resistibility of subscribers' terminals to overvoltages and overcurrents   Superseded K.21 (10/96)   Resistibility of subscriber's terminal to overvoltages and overcurrents   Superseded K.21 (10/00)   Resistibility of telecommunication equipment installed in costumer premises to overvoltages and overcurrents   Superseded K.21 (07/03)   Resistibility of telecommunication equipment installed in customer premises to overvoltages and overcurrents   Superseded K.21 (2003) Erratum 1 (01/04)   Correction to table 7/K.21   Superseded K.21 (04/08)   Resistibility of telecommunication equipment installed in customer premises to overvoltages and overcurrents   Superseded K.21 (2008) Erratum 1 (05/08)     Relates to English prepublished version only Superseded K.21 (11/11)   Resistibility of telecommunication equipment installed in customer premises to overvoltages and overcurrents   Superseded K.21 (2011) Erratum 1 (05/14)     Superseded K.21 (04/15)   Resistibility of telecommunication equipment installed in customer premises to overvoltages and overcurrents   Superseded K.21 (06/16)   Resistibility of telecommunication equipment installed in customer premises to overvoltages and overcurrents   Superseded K.21 (12/16)   Resistibility of telecommunication equipment installed in customer premises to overvoltages and overcurrents   Superseded K.21 (07/17)   Resistibility of telecommunication equipment installed in customer premises to overvoltages and overcurrents   Superseded K.21 (10/18)   Resistibility of telecommunication equipment installed in customer premises to overvoltages and overcurrents   Superseded   Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact us  -  Copyright © ITU  2008 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page :  ITU-T Publications Updated : 2020-10-21  
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Score: 721593.26 - https://www.itu.int/rec/T-REC-K.21
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K.45 : Resistibility of telecommunication equipment installed in the access and trunk networks to overvoltages and overcurrents   Français   Español     Home : ITU-T : Publications : Recommendations : K Series : K.45 Recently posted  -  Search Recommendations     K.45 : Resistibility of telecommunication equipment installed in the access and trunk networks to overvoltages and overcurrents Recommendation K.45 In force components Number Title Status Guide (04/2012)   Guide on the use of the overvoltage resistibility Recommendations   This guide assists test laboratories in implementing the correct tests for ITU-T K.20, K.21, and K.45 compliance testing. (...) In force K.45 (10/19)   Resistibility of telecommunication equipment installed in the access and trunk networks to overvoltages and overcurrents   In force K.45 (2019) Amendment 1 (06/20)     In force     Superseded and Withdrawn components Number Title Status K.45 (02/00)   Resistibility of access network equipment to overvoltages and overcurrents   Superseded K.45 (07/03)   Resistibility of telecommunication equipment installed in the access and trunk networks to overvoltages and overcurrents   Superseded K.45 (04/08)   Resistibility of telecommunication equipment installed in the access and trunk networks to overvoltages and overcurrents   Superseded K.45 (11/11)   Resistibility of telecommunication equipment installed in the access and trunk networks to overvoltages and overcurrents   Superseded K.45 (04/15)   Resistibility of telecommunication equipment installed in the access and trunk networks to overvoltages and overcurrents   Superseded K.45 (06/16)   Resistibility of telecommunication equipment installed in the access and trunk networks to overvoltages and overcurrents   Superseded K.45 (12/16)   Resistibility of telecommunication equipment installed in the access and trunk networks to overvoltages and overcurrents   Superseded K.45 (07/17)   Resistibility of telecommunication equipment installed in the access and trunk networks to overvoltages and overcurrents   Superseded K.45 (07/18)   Resistibility of telecommunication equipment installed in the access and trunk networks to overvoltages and overcurrents   Superseded   Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact us  -  Copyright © ITU  2008 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page :  ITU-T Publications Updated : 2021-05-12  
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Score: 721342.9 - https://www.itu.int/rec/T-REC-K.45
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Study items ( safety procedures for outdoor installations; ( fire detection systems, monitoring and control of outside plant. (...) Study items ( Installation of cables along the railways ( Installation of cables along or within the gas pipelines and the oil pipelines ( Installation of optical fibre cables by blowing method ( Installation of optical fibre cables by floating technique ( Installation of signalling devices along underground cables ( Installation of equipment for the different kinds of fibre applications ( Infrastructure characteristics for cable installation (aerial, underground and inside buildings) Relationships ( IEC SC86A ( ISO 138/SC 5 Deliverables Recommendations on: ( Installation of fibre optic cables along the railways 2003 ( Cable installation by blowing and floating techniques 2003 ( Infrastructure characteristics for telecommunication elements inside buildings 2003 QUESTION 5/6 Optical fibre cable network maintenance (Continuation of Question 6/6) Background and justification There is an increase in the types of optical fibre cable network architectures that are being introduced into access networks. (...) Study items ( Mini-trench installation technique ( Micro-trench installation technique ( Cable and components for mini-trench and micro-trench installation techniques Relationships Not identified Deliverables Recommendations on: ( Mini-trench installation technique 2002 ( Micro-trench installation technique 2002 ( Design and characteristics of optical cable to be installed in micro-trench 2002 ( Design and characteristics of splice closures for micro-trench technique 2003 QUESTION 7/6 Joint closures, termination and distribution frames, outdoor enclosures and passive components (New) Background and justification The evolution of the telecommunication market, led by the increasing availability of higher and higher capacity, as well as the deregulation taking place in most Countries, requires new stringent performances to the hardware used to construct the network.
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Score: 720447.46 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/2001-2004/com06/questions-sg6.doc
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To grant a five-year grace period (installment payment schedule) on the repayment of the debt of agricultural goods producers, enterprises and organizations of the agroindustrial complex owed as payments to the federal budget including fines and penalties in the amount of up to 5.7 billion roubles from the date when the decision is made on the granting of the grace period (installment payment schedule) and the beginning of the repayment of the said debt from January 1, 2000 in equal installments with interest charged at a rate of 5 per cent per annum for the servicing of the debt for which the grace period (installment payment schedule) is granted. 2. (...) A grace period (installment payment schedule) on the repayment of the debt owed as mandatory payments to the federal budget shall be granted to the agroindustrial complex organizations for a five-year term from the date when decision to grant the grace period (installment payment schedule) is adopted, the repayment of the said debt beginning from January 1, 2000 in equal installments. 2. (...) Agroindustrial complex organizations shall repay a debt owed as mandatory payments to the federal budget on which a grace period (installment payment schedule) has been granted, beginning from the Year 2000 in equal installments as per the established schedule.
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Score: 719642.87 - https://www.wto.org/english/th.../rus_e/WTACCRUS33A1_LEG_30.pdf
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Handbook - Mitigationmeasures for telecommunication installations Case study 2.5 – 2 – Mitigation method/Results/Conclusion As can be seen from Figure 2.5-1, the equipment is not installed according to the manufacturer's instructions. (...) In the damaged system, however, the installation frame was painted with non-conducting paint, and this prevented the intended contact from the backside of the panel. Moreover, the manufacturer of the installation frame had installed the bonding bar of the frame on insulating supports, and although the installation personnel had connected the bar to the bonding system, the frame was not earthed.
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Score: 715560.7 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...tigation-part2-merged-E_46.pdf
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  عربي   |   中文   |   Español   |   Français   |   Русский     Advanced Search   Home : ITU-T Home     2005-2008 ITU-T SG 6 Recommendations L series : Construction, installation and protection of cables and other elements of outside plant L.1 : Construction, installation and protection of telecommunication cables in public networks L.2 : Impregnation of wooden poles L.3 : Armouring of cables L.4 : Aluminium cable sheaths L.5 : Cable sheaths made of metals other than lead or aluminium L.6 : Methods of keeping cables under gas pressure L.7 : Application of joint cathodic protection L.8 : Corrosion caused by alternating current L.9 : Methods of terminating metallic cable conductors L.10 : Optical fibre cables for duct and tunnel application L.11 : Joint use of tunnels by pipelines and telecommunication cables, and the standardization of underground duct plans L.12 : Optical fibre splices L.13 : Performance requirements for passive optical nodes: Sealed closures for outdoor environments L.14 : Measurement method to determine the tensile performance of optical fibre cables under load L.15 : Optical local distribution networks – Factors to be considered for their construction L.16 : Conductive plastic material (CPM) as protective covering for metal cable sheaths L.17 : Implementation of connecting customers into the public switched telephone network (PSTN) via optical fibres L.18 : Sheath closures for terrestrial copper telecommunication cables L.19 : Multi-pair copper network cable supporting shared multiple services such as POTS, ISDN and xDSL L.20 : Creation of a fire security code for telecommunication facilities L.21 : Fire detection and alarm systems, detector and sounder devices L.22 : Fire protection L.23 : Fire extinction – Classification and location of fire extinguishing installations and equipment on premises L.24 : Classification of outside plant waste L.25 : Optical fibre cable network maintenance L.26 : Optical fibre cables for aerial application L.27 : Method for estimating the concentration of hydrogen in optical fibre cables L.28 : External additional protection for marinized terrestrial cables L.29 : As-laid report and maintenance/repair log for marinized terrestrial cable installation L.30 : Markers on marinized terrestrial cables L.31 : Optical fibre attenuators L.32 : Protection devices for through-cable penetrations of fire-sector partitions L.33 : Periodic control of fire extinction devices in telecommunication buildings L.34 : Installation of Optical Fibre Ground Wire (OPGW) cable L.35 : Installation of optical fibre cables in the access network L.36 : Single-mode fibre optic connectors L.37 : Optical branching components (non-wavelength selective) L.38 : Use of trenchless techniques for the construction of underground infrastructures for telecommunication cable installation L.39 : Investigation of the soil before using trenchless techniques L.40 : Optical fibre outside plant maintenance support, monitoring and testing system L.41 : Maintenance wavelength on fibres carrying signals L.42 : Extending optical fibre solutions into the access network L.43 : Optical fibre cables for buried application L.44 : Electric power supply for equipment installed as outside plant L.45 : Minimizing the effect on the environment from the outside plant in telecommunication networks L.46 : Protection of telecommunication cables and plant from biological attack L.47 : Access facilities using hybrid fibre/copper networks L.48 : Mini-trench installation technique L.49 : Micro-trench installation technique L.50 : Requirements for passive optical nodes: Optical distribution frames for central office environments L.51 : Passive node elements for fibre optic networks – General principles and definitions for characterization and performance evaluation L.52 : Deployment of Passive Optical Networks (PON) L.53 : Optical fibre maintenance criteria for access networks L.54 : Splice closure for marinized terrestrial cables (MTC) L.55 : Digital database for marine cables and pipelines L.56 : Installation of optical fibre cables along railways L.57 : Air-assisted installation of optical fibre cables L.58 : Optical fibre cables: Special needs for access network L.59 : Optical fibre cables for indoor applications L.60 : Construction of optical/metallic hybrid cables L.61 : Optical fibre cable installation by floating technique L.62 : Practical aspects of unbundling services by multiple operators in copper access networks L.63 : Safety procedures for outdoor installations L.64 : ID tag requirements for infrastructure and network elements management L.65 : Optical fibre distribution of access networks L.66 : Optical fibre cable maintenance criteria for in-service fibre testing in access networks L.67 : Small count optical fibre cables for indoor applications L.68 : Optical fibre cable maintenance support, monitoring and testing system for optical fibre cable networks carrying high total optical power L.69 : Personal digital assistant requirements and relevant data structure for infrastructure and network elements management L.70 : Managing active electronics in the outside plant L.71 : Design, construction, and installation of copper networks for broadband access including copper networks connected to optical fibre networks L.72 : Databases for optical access network infrastructure L.73 : Methods for inspecting and repairing underground plastic ducts L.74 : Maintenance of cable tunnels L.75 : Test, acceptance and maintenance methods of copper subscriber pairs, indoor network and structured cabling L.76 : Copper loop requirements for various technologies including indoor and structured cabling L.77 : Installation of optical fibre cables inside sewer ducts L.78 : Optical fibre cable construction for sewer duct applications L.79 : Optical fibre cable elements for micro-duct blowing-installation application L.80 : Operations support system requirements for infrastructure and network elements 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Score: 715262.26 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/2005...06/t05_sg6_recommendations.htm
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Olafsson.PDF Managing the risk associated with bandwidth demand uncertainty Sverrir Olafsson Mobility Research Centre Sverrir.Olafsson@bt.com Content • Uncertain bandwidth requirements – Quantification – Risk management • Implementation of capacity instalment process • Estimating time to capacity expiry • Optimal timing of capacity instalment • Use of real options Sverrir.Olafsson@bt.com Bandwidth demand risk • “Every day I look at the decision: should we build or should we lease”? (...) • Delaying capacity instalment – Provides monetary benefits – Incurs risk 0 500 1000 1500 2000 0 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9 1 Days C um ul at iv e pr ob ab il it y µ = 0.3, σ = 0.25, Initial demand = 50, Capacity = 100 0 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9 1 0 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9 Probability of exceeding capacity G ai ns f ro m d ec li ne in p ri ce µ = 0.3, σ = 0.25, In dem = 50, Cap = 100 , Pr decline = 0.3 Sverrir.Olafsson@bt.com When to install additional capacity? (...) The expected return on investment is ( ) ( )( ) ( ) 0,min 2 1 2 2 22 =−+ ∂ ∂−− ∂ ∂− ∂ ∂ tLPtCDrF D F D FD t F κσµσ κσ+= rR Sverrir.Olafsson@bt.com Summary • Stochastic models for bandwidth demand and price evolution are considered • In spite of falling bandwidth prices there is still a considerable risk exposure • Stochastic modelling of bandwidth demand and price evolution allow – Operator risk exposure to be quantified – Bandwidth instalment strategies to be formulated • After making assumptions on the cost of running out of bandwidth the optimal timing of capacity instalment is decided • We consider real options approach where value is controlled by price evolution and instalment strategy Sverrir.Olafsson@bt.com References
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Score: 715122.3 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/fina...ment/olafsson-presentation.pdf
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Question 10/5 - Methodology for solving electromagnetic problems in telecommunications installations Français   Español   Print Version   Home : ITU-T Home : Study Period 2001-2004 Question 10/5 - Methodology for solving electromagnetic problems in telecommunications installations New question Type of question Task-oriented Reason for question Telecommunications equipment and systems fulfil emission, immunity and resistibility requirements requested by K-series Recommendations and are normally installed on plants and connected to networks following installation practices suggested by the K-series. (...) This question seeks to define an appropriate approach to solve emission, immunity and resistibility problems, i.e. electromagnetic problems in telecommunication installations. Text of question This question will provide the route for solving electromagnetic problems in telecommunication installations emerging during the field service, even when the telecommunication equipment or system complies with the requested electromagnetic requirements and is properly installed. (...) Specific objective and time-frame Recommendations and/or Guidelines and/or Handbook collecting information on typical electromagnetic problems in telecommunication installations, on how they have been solved and providing guidance on how the appearance of these problems could be minimized.
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