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The family of services dedicated to connectivity and broadband and ultra-broadband data transmission has for years distinguished Retelit in the telecommunications sector.
The service offers dedicated Internet access designed for large companies and based on ultra-fast fiber connectivity.
The WAN (Wide Area Network) company, for years have suffered from performance issues, bottlenecks and high latency. The adoption by companies of expensive dedicated lines has not helped to mitigate the problem.
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VPN – Virtual Private Network – is the secure solution to interconnect all the offices of a company . The Virtual Private Network service allows you to create your own intranet and connect the company’s headquarters or company to a Data Center.
The suite of Voce di Retelit services is structured to respond flexibly to the communication needs of multi-site companies.
The service allows to extend its international fiber connectivity also abroad, maintaining high reliability and efficiency.
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Retelit’s Internet services are enhanced by an Internet collection and access infrastructure and strategic agreements with the largest national and international Internet peering providers.
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fiberoptic infrastructure owned by the company is spread over 12,500 kilometers (equivalent to about 231,000 km of fiber optic cables, of which 68,000 km are located in MAN) and connects 9 Metropolitan Networks and 15 Data Centers throughout Italy.
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Semitec is the Siram Group company specialized in maintenance, logistics and technological services for telecommunications. Currently owned 100% by Siram, it was founded in November 2007 and it merges with a business unit of Emicom srl, operating since 1992 in the Telecommunications sector.
For over 20 years Semitec represents a company of primary importance at a national level in the field of telecommunications infrastructures and technological, electrical and air conditioning systems, with applications both in the civil and industrial sectors.
Semitec is present throughout the territory through 19 operating units, divided into four areas throughout the Italian territory. It has about 600 employees and manages over 24,500 telecommunications sites . It offers a wide range of solutions and technological proposals: it provides for all the preparatory and planning activities necessary for carrying out the activities, such as preliminary planning and issuing of permits by public bodies, as well as executive planning, services professionals and the realization of the works.
The excellence activities concern the complete maintenance of the technological systems, the radio base stations in the telecommunications infrastructures, the Facility Management, the Specialist Consultancy and the Problem Solving on very important critical issues on the efficiency of the plants.
This approach to the service translates into evident and immediate advantages for the Customer, who obtains from Semitec an important support for pursuing strategic objectives such as increasing the reliability of Assets and reducing energy consumption.
The telecommunications sector constitutes the nervous system of modern societies. This is a sector where the economies of scale linked to integration are high and where service managers are often also owners of networks.
The present work focuses on the subjects that offer telecommunications services to end users, renting the lines from the owners of the networks or arranging their own networks. In particular, our analysis focuses on the characterizing element of the sector, namely the network. The process of convergence between telecommunications, information technology and media, with the possibility of transmitting any audio, video and multimedia products via ether, cable, satellite, mobile phone and internet, has modified the requests to network managers who, thanks above all to the availability of broadband networks, must ensure the transport of huge amounts of data and images in motion.
Among the various cognitive purposes of costing systems designed for telecommunications companies, we favored the determination of the cost of commercial services, using a modular cost structure based on the gradual aggregation of variously constituted modules, from the sum of which it is possible to obtain cost configurations that can support multiple calculations of economic convenience. In fact, the modular cost makes it possible to calculate the total costs per customer, strategic business area, geographical area, ie for the dimensions of analysis that usually explain the formation of indirect costs.
Luigi Fici is an associate professor of Business Economics at the Faculty of Economics of the University of Tuscia and a professor of programming and control.
Luigi Fici, Preface
The telecommunications sector: characteristics and evolutionary scenario
(Telecommunications in modern society; Companies in the sector; The management characteristics of telecommunications companies; Deregulation and liberalization; The role of universal service; The development prospects of the sector)
(The cognitive purposes of cost analysis, econometric and engineering cost models, accounting cost models, Full Costing or Fully Allocated Cost, Direct Costing, Long Incremental Cost; Costing systems based on business activities and processes; Cost Management and strategic purposes of costing models)
Costing model: from network elements to commercial services
(The assumptions of the costing model; The logical scheme of the costing model for the network; The production levels of indirect costs; The definition of commercial services; The functionality of the network; interconnection, the mobile network, elements of network and functional blocks, the allocation of functional blocks to network services, the transition from services to commercial services)
(Business activities and processes; The types of processes in telecommunications companies; The mapping of processes; Primary activities and support activities; From the chain to the value network; The method of calculating costs by activity; Costing system for activities and reengineering A summary of the proposed cost methodologies: the cost of the commercial service, intermediate cost aggregates and responsibility centers)
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