Panel 2.1 – Améliorer les réseaux et les services grâce à la convergence


Le panel 2.1 de la Ministérielle – Améliorer les réseaux et les services grâce à la convergence – s’inspirera des travaux que l’OCDE a menés sur la convergence. Les rapports et activités suivants éclaireront les débats:

Triple and Quadruple Play Bundles of Communication Services  

Triple and Quadruple Play Bundles of Communication Services 2015 (Disponible seulement en anglais)

This policy paper examines the provision of multiple communication services over broadband access networks, a phenomenon known as "bundling". It highlights that care should be taken to ensure that such offers do not unreasonably constrain competition or bind consumers to a single provider in a manner that decreases welfare.

Connected Televisions  

Connected televisions: Convergence and emerging business models 2014 (Disponible seulement en anglais)

In addition to identifying the new services that connected television enables, this report analyses in some detail their effects on networks (i.e. the physical communication links that carry content to end-users). The impact on content producers themselves, on content distributors (such as traditional pay television companies), on hardware vendors, and on providers of support services such as advertising and programme guides is considered much more briefly.

Fixed and Mobile Networks  

Fixed and Mobile Networks - Substitution, Complementarity and Convergence 2012 (Disponible seulement en anglais)

This paper examines the convergence of fixed and mobile (wireless) networks and services. It considers these developments against a long standing question of whether they are complementary or competitive.


Convergence and Next Generation Networks 2008 (Disponible seulement en anglais)

This paper focuses on the area where the most significant changes are taking place in the communications sector, rather than providing an overview of all communication platforms, nor is it aimed to assess the relative extent to which different platforms complement or compete with each other. As such, this paper is limited to examining developments in what is commonly referred to as next generation access networks and next generation core networks and their role in convergence. The focus on next generation access and core networks is because they are changing the public switched telecommunication networks (PSTN).


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