Opportunities For Application Service Providers In Cable Networks (2000)

By Pablo L. Martinez, Lucent Technologies

Application rental services take advantage of the “always on” broadband access provided by cable networks. In this service model end users remotely invoke application features from simple thin clients. Applications run on network-centric server clusters. This paper addresses the technical applicability and revenue opportunities of the Application Service Provider model in cable networks. It considers service models and both network and application architectures. A business case built upon these models is presented.

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