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DSF integrates DSF local storage into a virtual storage pool and provides a single virtual volume in the virtual storage pool as shown in Figure 6-1. Figure 6-1 – Concept of data storage federation DSF provides a single virtual volume for a customer with a single access point and also provides storage access mechanisms to DSF local storage. When a customer requests the single virtual volume, DSF creates a single virtual volume in the virtual storage pool through storage operations.
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The common utility duct typically carries many different kinds of utility lines, including gas, electricity, water, sewage and other types of infrastructure that are indispensable to our daily lives. (...) The advantage of this is that any user can opt for services from either service provider or both to ensure continuation of service in the event of a single point of failure. 3.1.6 Provision for multiple service providers A single authority is needed when a shared infrastructure such as a utility tunnel is to be provided and maintained. For example in the new city Lavasa, India [b‐7], a single appointed company establishes and maintains the assets such as dark fibers, rights of way, duct space and towers for the purpose of granting rights on lease/rent/sale basis to the licensees of telecom services licensed under section 4 of Indian Telegraph Act 1885 on mutually agreed terms & conditions.
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Figure 6-1 – Concept of data storage federation DSF provides a single virtual volume for a customer with a single access point and also provides storage access mechanisms to DSF local storage. When a customer requests the single virtual volume, DSF creates a single virtual volume in the virtual storage pool through storage operations. (...) Examples of basic storage operations are described in detail as follows: – creating: connecting DSF local storage, creating virtual storage pool and creating a single virtual volume; – deleting: deleting a single virtual volume, deleting a virtual storage pool and disconnecting DSF local storage; – scaling: extending a single virtual volume, extending a virtual storage pool and attaching another DSF local storage.
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Regulatory Structures – Advantages of Single Sector NRA: • the main advantage of a single sector regulator is that it can focus on the technical challenges of the telecommunication network. • A single sector telecommunication regulator tends to be strong in engineering skills, an important core expertise in dealing with complex network issues. • Institutional Design Options - Single Sector 7Session 1: What is an Effective and Independent Regulator Sofie Maddens, TMG Telecommunications Management Group, Inc. 2. Regulatory Structures – Disadvantages of Single Sector NRA: • The drawback is that many new network developments, policy emphasis and consumer interest are taking place in the Internet Protocol (IP) world. • Single sector regulators run the risk of being out of touch with these developments if they choose to focus purely on traditional public telecommunication services. • Single sector regulators are also often ill-suited to deal with the new mandate of promoting the information society. • Institutional Design Options - Single Sector 8Session 1: What is an Effective and Independent Regulator Sofie Maddens, TMG Telecommunications Management Group, Inc. 2. (...) Administrative Structure • The single regulator model has the potential benefit of a consistent approach to regulation and decision-making, as decision-making authority is vested in a single individual who may have a unified plan for the telecommunications sector. • In contrast to the collegial body model, single regulators can make decisions much more quickly, even when constrained by due process regulations. • The single regulator is also potentially more vulnerable to undue influence exerted by external actors, whether in the government or in the private sector. • A single individual may also not be able to match the expertise of a collegial body made up of individuals from different backgrounds, although experienced staff can provide substantial expertise. • Leadership organization for regulatory authorities – Single Regulator Model 36Session 1: What is an Effective and Independent Regulator Sofie Maddens, TMG Telecommunications Management Group, Inc. 3.
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 Page 404 - Shaping smarter and more sustainable cities - Striving for sustainable development goals           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 404 - Shaping smarter and more sustainable cities - Striving for sustainable development goals P. 404  No central authority is needed to manage the stakeholders. 3.1.1.2 Disadvantages of Trenching (direct burial) include:  Maintenance costs are higher. Damage to one utility during repair or installation work on another utility is more likely because location information is not shared well among stakeholders  Robust, precise location records for older utility trenches are often not provided or maintained, and older trench locations are often unknown. Low levels of collaboration among stakeholders is a limiting factor [b‐3]  Single‐purpose trenches encourage a utility to follow a single‐minded route to shorten runs and save initial installation costs for that particular utility. (...) UK roads are subject to 5 million roadworks per year (mainly for utility works) [b‐3]  Maintenance of networks in trenches requires re‐digging and restoring the trench and any roadbed above it.
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Question(s): - 1 - Draft revised ITU-T Recommendation G.691 Optical interfaces for single channel STM-64 and other SDH systems with optical amplifiers Summary This Recommendation provides parameters and values for optical interfaces of single-channel long‑haul STM-4, STM-16 and STM-64 systems utilizing optical preamplifiers and/or optical booster amplifiers. Furthermore, it provides optical interface parameters for single-channel STM-64 intra-office and short-haul systems without optical amplification. __________
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They opt to go with Open Access network approach which can be utilized to provide connectivity to the end users for multiple Service providers. For example this will be a type of Network which can be used to deliver HSI (high speed internet) service from one Service Provider and Voice service from another Service provider to a single user or the user can opt to go with all triple play services from single Service provider. (...) Actually the complete end‐to‐end network and service delivery is managed by single Network Operator. Such networks do not fall under the category of Open Access Networks.
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 Page 171 - The Digital Financial Services (DFS) Ecosystem           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 171 - The Digital Financial Services (DFS) Ecosystem P. 171 ITU-T Focus Group Digital Financial Services Ecosystem • Cash in/cash out agents 3.1.3 Economics/cost sensitivity • We assume that poor people will not pay for electronic transactions, as either payors or payees • Since costs are so critical, transactions should not utilize much/any data costs (any costs should be somehow subsidized/covered by other revenue streams) • Low cost CICO transactions are essential, particularly in the early stages of rollout 3.1.4 Appetite for risk and need to manage risk • Most transactions will be low value and face-to-face, posing little financial or reputational risk on the system • Will likely require only "light weight" know your customer account set-up 3.1.5 Operational assumptions • Must be easy to enrol as a merchant (to the unlikely event that anything beyond P2P processes are required) 3.2 M1: Sole Proprietor This segment includes merchants selling goods or services, often in a marketplace or stall. This segment may have only slight, often indiscernible, differences from segment M0. 3.2.1 Technology • Similar to P2P transactions, the lowest common denominator, low cost feature phones, will be the predominant form factor • Users will likely conduct transactions via SMS and USSD interactions, but some buyers will likely be initiating payments on smart or semi-smart phones • Single till, single employee such that personal phone can be used for business purposes as well 3.2.2 Key function and feature requirements • Similar to M0: • Ease of use (and, if possible, use of icons vs. words) • Immediate funds availability • Cross carrier utility (users in this segment will likely carry multiple SIM cards in order to take advantage of the lowest possible rates) • Must be easy to enrol as a merchant (to the unlikely extent that anything beyond P2P processes are required) • Cash in/cash out agents • Could be taking remote (i.e., phone) orders for delivery • Might also be taking remote payments for small credits extended to customers • Unlikely to have a bank account, so would not be utilizing any eMoney/bank transfer capabilities 143     166     167     168     169     170     171     172     173     174     175     176          
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X Y d 2 = d(m) × pr(m) + (1 − hit(C m )) × d (11) m=1 m=1 The utility function of user θ i can be defined by: 4.2. (...) We de- Definition 3. Spence-Mirrless single crossing condition can fine U to be the utility of the content provider, which can be reduce the number of constraints efficiently, which can be defined by described as follows I ∂ ∂u/∂q X [− ] > 0 (18) U = p i (T (θ i ) − c 1 θ i q (θ i ) − c 2 (1 − θ i ) q (θ i )) (14) ∂θ ∂u/∂T i=1 where p i is the proportion of type θ i , c 1 denotes the loss coef- The number of IC constraints reduces significantly when the ficient for SBSs to provide users with contents and c 2 denotes users’ utilities satisfy Spence-Mirrless single crossing pover- the loss coefficient for CCNs to provide users with contents. ty. (...) PROPOSED SOLUTION ficiency of local incentive constraints are established when the Spence-Mirrless single crossing condition is satisfied. In this section, we propose a contract theory based caching Definition 4.
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