National Broadband Plans: Deployment Models and their Effectiveness in Improving Broadband Penetration

National Broadband Plans: Deployment Models and their Effectiveness in Improving Broadband Penetration

Code: PYR-TC0030IR | Published: May-2015 | Pages: 105 | Pyramid Research
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National Broadband Plans: Deployment Models and their Effectiveness in Improving Broadband Penetration, a Research Report by Pyramid Research, provides information on national broadband plans and strategies of several countries across the globe. The report also includes projections of growth trends of broadband penetration and lines over 2014-2019 of different regions. It also has charts depicting correlation between fixed-broadband penetration and GDP per capital of several countries. The report includes forecast of mobile broadband over 2010-2019 for the regions. The reports analyses trends in all the regions separately with the help of 14 case studies. The regions under study in this report are: Asia-Pacific, Latin America, North America, Western Europe, Central and Eastern Europe and Africa and Middle East.

Key Findings
- Increasing number of countries are adopting national broadband plan or a strategy as a tool to improve broadband infrastructure to stimulate economic growth. The number of countries with a specific broadband plan/strategy increased to 140 in 2014 from just 17 in 2005.

- Majority of the countries are experiencing growth of both fixed and mobile broadband services. National broadband plans of developed countries, which already have high broadband penetration, are targeting on boosting the speed of broadband services while focus of emerging countries are on improving coverage of broadband networks to eradicate digital divide.

- Most of the countries, both developed and emerging, have selected fibre-optic and LTE technologies as they support applications and services that require high bandwidth and provide better quality.

- Governments in all the countries are actively participating to ensure development of broadband infrastructure. In some countries, Governments are supporting through providing funds and subsidies to telcos to contribute to the cost of deployment, whereas in some countries, Governments are supporting through modifications in policies and spectrum allocation. Additionally, some countries like Australia and India, which have a created a special entity, NBN Co in Australia and BBNL in India, to deploy and manage the broadband infrastructure.

- Telcos are also investing heavily in deployment of network and technologies that support high speed broadband services to extend coverage and increase bandwidth.

- Proliferation of smartphones and increasing demand of services like video-streaming, music etc. will force operators to invest in the broadband networks to increase bandwidth and quality of services as well as to handle increasing traffic.

Synopsis
National Broadband Plans: Deployment Models and their Effectiveness in Improving Broadband Penetration, a Research Report by Pyramid Research, is an assessment of national broadband plans of several countries across the globe. The report analyses targets, technologies, role of government and private sector as well as funding strategy as included in the broadband plans of countries in all the regions.

The report is organized as follows:

- Introduction: Correlation between broadband penetration and PPP-adjusted GDP per capita, Characteristics of Good Broadband Plan and Regional Investment requirements. It also highlights about the characteristics of a Good National Broadband Plan along with relevant examples of the countries where the National Broadband Plan featured these characteristics.

- Global Review of NBP Frameworks: This sections highlights about the key trends and insights of the National Broadband Plans across various regions wrt to the priorities, implementation timelines, preferred technologies for deployment of broadband network, role of Government and Telcos and the investment/fundings for the implementation of these plans.

- Analysis of National Broadband Plans for Regions: This includes information regarding the National Broadband Plan for key selected countries across all the regions.

- Additionally it also includes Key trends and case examples elaborating the National Broadband plans of select countries.

Reasons To Buy
- The National Broadband Plans: Deployment Models and their Effectiveness in Improving Broadband Penetration report provides a comprehensive examination of National Broadband Plans in all the six regions along with trends and case studies to help companies and operators make informed decisions pertaining to investments in network and technologies, understand Governments role and optimize return on investment.

- This report provides a five-year forecast of 3G+ subscription and penetration, developed using bottom-up modeling methodologies of Pyramid Research. The forecast would help executives understand growth opportunities for their companies as per emerging trends in broadband segment.

- Information on broadband plans of several countries in each region; analysis of targets, technologies, governments support, operators role and funding strategies; case studies of specific countries from each region and key takeaways and recommendations will help broadband operators to develop understanding of markets across the globe and factors driving demand and adoption of broadband services in domestic and international markets.

Table of Contents

Executive summary
Introduction
Definitions and report scope
Overview of national broadband plans
Correlation of broadband penetration with GDP per capita
Characteristics of a good national broadband plan
Economics of broadband network deployment
Global review of NBP frameworks
Targets and priorities of NBPs
Preferred technologies for implementation
Roles of governments and telcos in implementation
Funding the achievement of plan targets
National broadband plans in Asia-Pacific: Overview, trends and examples
Regional broadband market context in Asia-Pacific
Overview of NBPs in Asia-Pacific
Asia-Pacific case studies
Case study: National broadband plan of Australia
Case study: National broadband plan of China
Case study: National broadband plan of Malaysia
National broadband plans in Latin America: Overview, trends and examples
Regional broadband market context in Latin America
Overview of NBPs in Latin America
Latin America case studies
Case study: National broadband plan of Mexico
Case study: National broadband plan of Brazil
National broadband plans in North America: Overview, trends and examples
Regional broadband market context in North America
Overview of NBPs in North America
North America case studies
Case study: National broadband plan of the US
National broadband plans in Western Europe: Overview, trends and examples
Regional broadband market context in Western Europe
Overview of NBPs in Western Europe
Western Europe case studies
Case study: National broadband plan of the UK
Case study: National broadband plan of Spain
Case study: National broadband plan of the Netherlands
National broadband plans in Central and Eastern Europe: Overview, trends and examples
Regional broadband market context in Central and Eastern Europe
Overview of NBPs in Central and Eastern Europe
Central and Eastern Europe case studies
Case study: National broadband plan of Romania
Case study: National broadband plan of Russia
National broadband plans in Africa and the Middle East: Overview, trends and examples
Regional broadband market context in Africa and the Middle East
Overview of NBPs in Africa and the Middle East
Africa and Middle East case studies
Case study: National broadband plan of Kenya
Case study: National broadband plan of Qatar
Case study: National broadband plan of Nigeria
Appendices
Companies mentioned in the report
About Pyramid Research

List of Figures


Exhibit 1: Countries with national broadband plans, 2014
Exhibit 2: Broadband penetration and PPP-adjusted GDP per capita, 2014
Exhibit 3: Characteristics of a good national broadband plan
Exhibit 4: Characteristics of a good national broadband plan (contd)
Exhibit 5: Regional investment requirements
Exhibit 6: Common targets across regions
Exhibit 7: Prevalent technologies in NBPs
Exhibit 8: Government and telco measures in support of national broadband plans
Exhibit 9: Uses of government and telco funds
Exhibit 10: Fixed-broadband lines and penetration of population in APAC, 2014-2019
Exhibit 11: Fixed-broadband penetration and GDP per capita in select APAC markets, 2014
Exhibit 12: Mobile subscriptions and penetration of population in APAC, 2010-2019
Exhibit 13: Forecasts of 3G+ subscription growth rates in select APAC markets, 2014-2019
Exhibit 14: Overview of national broadband plans of Afghanistan
Exhibit 15: Overview of national broadband plans of Australia and India
Exhibit 16: Overview of national broadband plan of China
Exhibit 17: Overview of national broadband plans of Malaysia
Exhibit 18: Overview of national broadband plan of New Zealand
Exhibit 19: Overview of national broadband plans of Pakistan and Singapore
Exhibit 20: Overview of national broadband plan of Taiwan
Exhibit 21: Availability of NBN services in Australia
Exhibit 22: Percentage of premises in Australia with high-speed broadband access, by technology, 2013
Exhibit 23: Urban and rural shares of Internet subscribers in China, 2012 and 2013
Exhibit 24: Fixed-broadband penetration of population in China
Exhibit 25: Governance structure of Malaysian broadband implementation
Exhibit 26: 3G and total mobile subscription growth in Malaysia, 2006-2013
Exhibit 27: Fixed-broadband lines and penetration of population in LATAM, 2014-2019
Exhibit 28: Fixed-broadband penetration and GDP per capita in select LATAM markets, 2014
Exhibit 29: Mobile subscriptions and penetration of population in LATAM, 2010-2019
Exhibit 30: Forecasts of 3G+ subscription growth rates in select LATAM markets, 2014-2019
Exhibit 31: Overview of national broadband plans of Argentina and Ecuador
Exhibit 32: Overview of national broadband plan of Colombia
Exhibit 33: Overview of national broadband plans of Costa Rica and Chile
Exhibit 34: Overview of national broadband plans in Dominican Republic and Brazil
Exhibit 35: Overview of national broadband plan of Mexico
Exhibit 36: Overview of national broadband plans of Puerto Rico
Exhibit 37: Overview of national broadband plan of Peru
Exhibit 38: Overview of national broadband plans of Paraguay and Panama
Exhibit 39: Overview of national broadband plans of Uruguay and Venezuela
Exhibit 40: Fixed and mobile broadband penetration in Mexico, 2012-2019
Exhibit 41: Minimum and average broadband speed requirements as determined by Anatel
Exhibit 42: Fixed broadband subscribers in Brazil, August 2014
Exhibit 43: Fixed-broadband lines and penetration of population in NA 2014-2019
Exhibit 44: Fixed-broadband penetration and GDP per capita in NA markets, 2014
Exhibit 45: Mobile subscriptions and penetration of population in NA, 2010-2019
Exhibit 46: Forecasts of 3G+ subscription growth rates in NA markets, 2014-2019
Exhibit 47: Overview of national broadband plan of the USA
Exhibit 48: Overview of national broadband plan of Canada
Exhibit 49: Map of fixed 25Mbps/3Mbps broadband access in the US, December 2013
Exhibit 50: Residential fixed-broadband lines by technology in the US, 2014
Exhibit 51: Fixed-broadband lines and penetration of population in WE, 2014-2019
Exhibit 52: Fixed-broadband penetration and GDP per capita in select WE markets, 2014
Exhibit 53: Mobile subscriptions and penetration of population in WE, 2010-2019
Exhibit 54: Forecasts of 3G+ subscription growth rates in select WE markets, 2014-2019
Exhibit 55: Overview of national broadband plans of Belgium and France
Exhibit 56: Overview of national broadband plans of the Netherlands and Finland
Exhibit 57: Overview of national broadband plans of Germany and Italy
Exhibit 58: Overview of national broadband plans of Portugal and the UK
Exhibit 59: Funding and targets of Broadband Delivery UK program
Exhibit 60: Availability of next-generation networks and superfast broadband in the UK, 2014
Exhibit 61: Objectives of Digital Agenda for Europe
Exhibit 62: Objectives of Digital Agenda for Spain
Exhibit 63: Key broadband market indicators for the Netherlands, 2013
Exhibit 64: Fixed-broadband lines and penetration of population in CEE, 2014-2019
Exhibit 65: Fixed-broadband penetration and GDP per capita in select CEE markets, 2014
Exhibit 66: Mobile subscriptions and penetration of population in CEE, 2010-2019
Exhibit 67: Forecasts of 3G+ subscription growth rates in select CEE markets, 2014-2019
Exhibit 68: Overview of national broadband plans of Hungary and Bulgaria
Exhibit 69: Overview of national broadband plans of Czech Republic and Russia
Exhibit 70: Overview of national broadband plan of Romania
Exhibit 71: Overview of national broadband plans of Poland
Exhibit 72: Romanian alignment with the Digital Agenda for Europe 2020
Exhibit 73: Goals of the Russians Ministry
Exhibit 74: Fixed and mobile broadband penetration in Russia, 2010-2019
Exhibit 75: Fixed-broadband lines and penetration of population in AME, 2014-2019
Exhibit 76: Fixed-broadband penetration and GDP per capita in select AME markets, 2014
Exhibit 77: Mobile subscriptions and penetration of population in AME, 2010-2019
Exhibit 78: Forecasts of 3G+ subscription growth rates in select AME markets, 2014-2019
Exhibit 79: Overview of national broadband plan of Egypt - short term targets
Exhibit 80: Overview of national broadband plan of Egypt - long term targets
Exhibit 81: Overview of national broadband plans of Tunisia
Exhibit 82: Overview of national broadband plan of Nigeria
Exhibit 83: Overview of national broadband plan of Israel
Exhibit 84: Overview of national broadband plans of Morocco and Turkey
Exhibit 85: Overview of national broadband plan of Qatar and Iran
Exhibit 86: Overview of national broadband plans of Kenya and Gabon
Exhibit 87: Short-term and long-term targets of Kenyas national broadband plan
Exhibit 88: Kenya fixed-line broadband penetration of population, 2013 to 2019
Exhibit 89: Qatar national broadband network
Exhibit 90: Qatar residential broadband subscriber growth forecast, 2013-2019
Exhibit 91: Short-term, medium-term and long-term targets of Nigerias NBP
Exhibit 92: Fiber-optic access line growth in Nigeria, 2013-2019
Exhibit 93: Nigeria national broadband plan penetration targets
ArSat, Azteca Comunicaciones , British Telecom, BSNL, Cantv, CenturyLink, China Mobile,China Telecom , China Unicom , Claro, Cosmote Romania, Frontier Communications, Grupo Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad (Grupo ICE), KPN, Maroc Telecom, Orange Kenya, Orange Spain, RomTelecom, Rostelecom, Safaricom, SingTel, StarHub, Tele2 Netherlands, Telecomm Telegrafos , TelefOnica de EspaNa, Telekom Malaysia, Telekom Romania, T-Mobile Netherlands, Turk Telekom , Vodafone Netherlands, Vodafone Spain, Mobile TeleSystem (MTS), VimpelCom

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