chance to change their current business model and compensate for declining voice revenue. By offering attractive service bundles, including voice, video, gaming, home control and e-health, for example, carriers can increase customer satisfaction, decrease customer churn and boost their profitability.
Siemens will present a typical business case for home entertainment services, showing that sustainable profits can be achieved in a short payback period. The company will also present its Smart Home concept, which opens up a totally new market for telecom operators. This concept results in increased security, comfort, convenience and well-being for the end-user and ultimately enhances quality of life. To enable the carrier to exploit these growth opportunities Siemens offers a complete and flexible broadband portfolio, including DSLAMs, PONs, and carrier-grade Ethernet switches.
About Siemens Communications
One of the largest players in the global telecommunications industry. Siemens is the only provider in the market that offers its customers a full-range portfolio, from devices for end users to complex network infrastructures for enterprises and carriers as well as related services. Siemens Communications is the world’s innovation leader in convergent technologies, products and services for wireless, fixed and enterprise networks. It is the largest Group within Siemens and operates in more than 160 countries around the world. In fiscal 2004 (year-end September 30), its 60,000-strong workforce posted sales of approximately 18 billion euros.