FTTH/B in Latin America: Broadband Regulation and Demand for Higher Bandwidth Will Fuel Fiber Growth

FTTH/B in Latin America: Broadband Regulation and Demand for Higher Bandwidth Will Fuel Fiber Growth

Code: PYR-TC0007IR | Published: Oct-2015 | Pages: 35 | Pyramid Research
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Latin America will reach 73.4m broadband accounts by year-end 2015, with FTTH/B lines representing 6.9% of the total. By year-end 2020, FTTH/B lines will represent 19.4% of all broadband accounts in Latin America, while xDSL and cable together will account for 76.5% of the total. Brazil will exhibit the highest FTTH/B subscription CAGR during the 2015-2020 period driven by its National Broadband Plan and a push from operators to encourage migration from xDSL to FTTH/B

Key Findings
- Latin America will exhibit the highest CAGR for FTTH/B connections among all regions for the 2015-2020 period, at 32.6%. FTTH/B connections will reach 20.8m by year-end 2020, the equivalent of 19.4% of all broadband lines in the region. Argentina, Brazil, Mexico and Uruguay will see the highest participation of FTTH/B within the broadband market.

- This growth will be highly driven by the regulatory framework in Latin America that, through various national broadband plans, will foster the rollout of fiber infrastructure via state-incentives and private investments such as in Brazil and Colombia. Nevertheless, regulatory inefficiencies and imbalances such as the ban imposed on Mexican incumbents on selling pay-TV services, hinder FTTH/B rollout and development. This has prompted operators such as Axtel to build their own fiber infrastructure in order to sell broadband and pay-TV services.

- The increasing demand for bandwidth is also a key driver. In the business segment, rising demand for cloud computing will drive FTTH/B adoption, as high bandwidth is a key premise for a successful cloud computing implementation

Synopsis
FTTH/B in Latin America: Broadband Regulation and Demand for Higher Bandwidth Will Fuel Fiber Growth, a new Latin America Telecom Insider by Pyramid Research, provides an executive-level overview of the FTTH/B market in Latin America today, with forecasts of key indicators up to 2020. It delivers deep quantitative and qualitative insight into the Latin American FTTH/B market, analyzing key trends, drivers, and inhibitors, assessing business models, evaluating market players, based on proprietary data from Pyramid Researchs databases.

It provides in-depth analysis of the following:

- Global and regional FTTH/B market context; a comparative review of the current size of the broadband and FTTH/B markets globally and in Latin America as well as a five-year forecast of selected KPIs. A review of business models and operator positioning in the FTTH/B market in Latin America.

- Drivers and Inhibitors; an analysis of the key drivers and inhibitors that impact the growth of the FTTH/B market in Latin America, evaluating those under regulatory, demand, competitive, and technology lenses.

- Market details; a look at case studies of key players within the FTTH/B market in Latin America, providing a competitive analysis showcasing their current and near-term strategies to succeed in the FTTH/B market.

- Conclusions; this section details the key findings regarding the FTTH/B market in Latin America and the near-term opportunities for operators, vendors, investors and regulators in the telecommunications and FTTH/B markets in Latin America

Reasons To Buy
- This Telecom Insider helps executives build proactive, profitable growth strategies by offering comprehensive, relevant analysis of the FTTH/B market in Latin America based on insights derived directly from local market players

- The report is designed for an executive-level audience, boasting presentation quality that allows it to be turned into presentable material immediately.

- The broad but detailed perspective will help operators, equipment vendors and other telecom industry players to succeed in the challenging ICT services market in Latin America.

- The competitive landscape and the major players are given extra attention, enabling local players or prospective market entrants to gain the insights they need to compete in the market.

- The report concludes with an exploration of the opportunities available in the Latin America FTTH/B market to operators, vendors and investors.

Table of Contents

Introduction: Global and regional fiber market context
FTTH/B market size worldwide
FTTH/B market in Latin America
Latin America operators positioning within the FTTH/B market
Drivers and inhibitors and their impact on the growth of FTTH/B lines in Latin America
Regulatory market driver
Demand market driver
Demand market challenge
Competitive market challenge
Technology market challenge
Market details: Case studies
Mexico: Axtel
Brazil: Vivo
Colombia: ETB
Conclusions: Key findings and recommendations
Appendix: Acronyms and definitions

List of Tables


Exhibit 1: FTTH/B Accounts and CAGR by Region, 2015,2020
Exhibit 2: Breakdown of Global fixed broadband accounts, 2015,2020
Exhibit 3: Broadband accounts and FTTH/B share, Latin America, 2013-2020
Exhibit 4: Breakdown of broadband accounts, Latin America
Exhibit 5: FTTH/B Evolution and CAGR, Selected countries, Latin America
Exhibit 6: FTTH/B Network business models, Latin America, 2015
Exhibit 7: Selected FTTH/B Network Deployment projects, Latin America, 2015
Exhibit 8: MAX Residential bandwidth offerings on FTTH/B Networks, selected operators, Latin America, 2015
Exhibit 9: Key market drivers and inhibitors impacting the FTTH/B market in Latin America, 2015 12
Exhibit 10: Regulatory Environment for FTTH/B deployments in selected countries, Latin America, 2015
Exhibit 11: Overview of National broadband plans in selected countries, Latin America, 2015
Exhibit 12: FTTH/B Residential applications by bandwidth requirements, 2015
Exhibit 13: FTTH/B Business applications by bandwidth requirements, 2015
Exhibit 14: Average cost per Mbps per month for fiber broadband service, selected operators, Latin America
Exhibit 15: Average Price for basic residential broadband service offer, September, 2015
Exhibit 16: Cable share of broadband accounts, selected countries, Latin America, 2015
Exhibit 17: Maximum bandwidth offered by selected cable operators, Latin America, September 2015
Exhibit 18: IPTV Accounts and growth rate, Latin America, 2014-2020
Exhibit 19: VDSL2 Vectoring deployments, selected operators, Latin America, 2015
Exhibit 20: Key facts regarding AXTELs FTTH/B offer, Mexico, 2015
Exhibit 21: AXTELs OTT Video services, Mexico, 2015
Exhibit 22: Key facts regarding VIVOs FTTH/B offer, Brazil, 2015
Exhibit 23: VIVOs XDSL and FTTH/B lines by technology, Brazil, 2014-2020
Exhibit 24: Key facts regarding ETBs FTTH/B offer, 2015
Exhibit 25: ETBs Triple-play FTTH/B offers*, 2015

List of Figures


Exhibit 1: FTTH/B Accounts and CAGR by Region, 2015,2020
Exhibit 2: Breakdown of Global fixed broadband accounts, 2015,2020
Exhibit 3: Broadband accounts and FTTH/B share, Latin America, 2013-2020
Exhibit 4: Breakdown of broadband accounts, Latin America
Exhibit 5: FTTH/B Evolution and CAGR, Selected countries, Latin America
Exhibit 6: FTTH/B Network business models, Latin America, 2015
Exhibit 7: Selected FTTH/B Network Deployment projects, Latin America, 2015
Exhibit 8: MAX Residential bandwidth offerings on FTTH/B Networks, selected operators, Latin America, 2015
Exhibit 9: Key market drivers and inhibitors impacting the FTTH/B market in Latin America, 2015 12
Exhibit 10: Regulatory Environment for FTTH/B deployments in selected countries, Latin America, 2015
Exhibit 11: Overview of National broadband plans in selected countries, Latin America, 2015
Exhibit 12: FTTH/B Residential applications by bandwidth requirements, 2015
Exhibit 13: FTTH/B Business applications by bandwidth requirements, 2015
Exhibit 14: Average cost per Mbps per month for fiber broadband service, selected operators, Latin America
Exhibit 15: Average Price for basic residential broadband service offer, September, 2015
Exhibit 16: Cable share of broadband accounts, selected countries, Latin America, 2015
Exhibit 17: Maximum bandwidth offered by selected cable operators, Latin America, September 2015
Exhibit 18: IPTV Accounts and growth rate, Latin America, 2014-2020
Exhibit 19: VDSL2 Vectoring deployments, selected operators, Latin America, 2015
Exhibit 20: Key facts regarding AXTELs FTTH/B offer, Mexico, 2015
Exhibit 21: AXTELs OTT Video services, Mexico, 2015
Exhibit 22: Key facts regarding VIVOs FTTH/B offer, Brazil, 2015
Exhibit 23: VIVOs XDSL and FTTH/B lines by technology, Brazil, 2014-2020
Exhibit 24: Key facts regarding ETBs FTTH/B offer, 2015
Exhibit 25: ETBs Triple-play FTTH/B offers*, 2015
Telefonica Vivo
Live TIM
Totalplay
Axtel
Claro Argentina
Telefonica Argentina
ETB
Movistar Chile
Antel
Cablevision Fibertel
Telecom Argentina
VTR
Gtd Manquehue
Telmex
Oi Brazil
Net ServiCos

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