1Structural or Functional Separation?
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Structural or Fuctional Separation?
I’m not writing for ages! Forget about creative writing when I recently finished“
yes, procrastinationis long lost problem.
But, you don’t
want to talk about it.
On a given 10 minutes (before power blackouts here in my place) situation and here’s what I’ve
compiled as fictional non-fiction.
The words “affordable internet” are still a problem for Country “A”.
I personally believe in structural separation since everybody talks about cost of internet beingskyrocketing. I have a sixteen components model, but we always tend to forget the competitionpart of it.
There’s something we refer as “critical resources” where any government is required to
intervene on proper use of that resource by publishing that Reference Interconnection Offer(RIO) for access seeker competing operators. The domestic transmission cost is stillastronomical than that of our pricy international access.Carrying a unit of international bandwidth to the landing station does bear about the samehefty price tag when you simply pass it on to mainland from that very landing station.Is access still an issue? Or some directives which mandate non-discriminatory, fair and openaccess at the cable landing stations?Some says, a clean split between the monopoly elements (i.e. transmission links) of thecommunications network and the sale & marketing of services that use it, would lead to themost competitive possible environment for telecommunication service providers
and thuswould be in the best interests of people.
Let’s go back to my basic regulatory book“
” which explicitly says;
There are three levels of separation under consideration by regulators and policymakers.