In the course of the VE Journey, end users learn how broadband services will change the way they live, work, govern, collaborate and compete. Our broadband mapping process creates a Geographic Information System (GIS) map of both existing and future demand. The key benefits of demand aggregation for network providers are two-fold:
By leveraging existing networks and measuring demand-pull customers, network providers can develop a different, clearer picture of the potential market to help them determine if expanded investment in broadband infrastructure will provide a reasonable return on investment (ROI).
The traditional broadband formula of “customers-per-mile” is replaced by a more reliable analysis of demand-pull customer requests for broadband service based on application requirements that aggregate residential, education, healthcare, business, government and non-profit users in a specific geography. While the customers-per-mile estimate might be below an accepted level of ROI, the actual number of mapped customer requests may exceed ROI requirements.
Contact us to learn how our broadband mapping process has helped lay the foundation for global best-practice growth of broadband investment and adoption in numerous economic regions.