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Algeria fixed-telephone subscriptions, 2010 Mobile-cellular market Table 11. Algeria mobile-cellular subscriptions (December 2010 – June 2011) Broadband Internet market Table 12. (...) Comoros mobile-cellular subscriptions, 2010 Broadband Internet market Table 25. Comoros broadband Internet subscriptions, 2010 Regional initiatives Djibouti Market overview Fixed-telephone market Table 26. Djibouti fixed-telephone subscriptions, 2010 Mobile-cellular market Table 27. Djibouti mobile-cellular subscriptions, 2010 Broadband Internet market Table 28.
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Score: 1031138.3 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...nd/D-IND-AR-2012-TOC-HTM-E.htm
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International Telecommunication Union International Telecommunication Union Myanmar, September 2014 ITU - Evolution of internet market offers - OGS ITU/BDT Regional Economic and Financial Forum of Telecommun ​ications/I ​CTs for Asia and Pacific Evolution of Internet market offers, convergence and service bundling Myanmar, 1-2 September, 2014 Oscar González Soto ITU Consultant Expert Spain oscar.gso@gmail.com International Telecommunication Union ITU - Evolution of internet market offers - OGS Myanmar, September 2014 2 Agenda • Key factors driving the offers • Influence of Convergence • Historical evolution of market offers • Service bundling offers and trends International Telecommunication Union ITU - Evolution of internet market offers - OGS Myanmar, September 2014 3 Key factors driving the offers Network technology and convergence Higher capacities at lower costs Competition level and market fairness Regulatory rules and Optimization of the offers New services market and consumer capabilities Consumer motivation and affordability Resource consumption and service provisioning costs Economic sustainability Economy of scale and service packaging Operational cost reduction and easier relation to consumer International Telecommunication Union ITU - Evolution of internet market offers - OGS Myanmar, September 2014 4 Key factors driving the offers: evolution of optic capacities Source: NTT International Telecommunication Union ITU - Evolution of internet market offers - OGS Myanmar, September 2014 5 Key factors driving the offers: historical cost reduction for Ethernet 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 $3,500 $3,000 $2,500 $2,000 $1,500 $1,000 $500 $0 Source: Dell’Oro Group International Telecommunication Union ITU - Evolution of internet market offers - OGS Myanmar, September 2014 November, 2007 Business feasibility area limited by positive NPV and payment affordability Revenues per customer/year (ARPU) Volume of Customers/type Pressure by required NPV and IRR r1 $ n1 Pressure by payment capability, churn or regulation constraints Business Feasibility area: r2 $ n2 Key factors driving the offers: Competition level International Telecommunication Union ITU - Evolution of internet market offers - OGS Myanmar, September 2014 7 Agenda • Key factors driving the offers • Influence of Convergence • Historical evolution of market offers • Service bundling offers and trends International Telecommunication Union ITU - Evolution of internet market offers - OGS Myanmar, September 2014 8 The five dimensions of the economy of scale: By Size of the systems within a technology By Technology capabilities By Traffic efficiency with the occupancy By customers Density By Volume of purchasing Influence of Convergence: higher economic efficiencies Economic benefits per dimension: Cost reduction per unit (i.e.: 10% to 30%) New technologies with higher productivity (i.e.: x4 capacity with 1.2 in cost) Better utilization for a given GoS when larger systems (i.e.: +20%) Quadratic decrease with coverage radio increase Discount per volume in log scale (i.e.: up to 40%) International Telecommunication Union ITU - Evolution of internet market offers - OGS Myanmar, September 2014 November, 2007 Internet Internet & VoDSL Internet & Video Services bundling (reference) Y0 Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4 Y5 Y6 Y7 Y8 Y9 Y10 Year -2e+08 -1e+08 0e+08 1e+08 2e+08 3e+08 4e+08 5e+08 6e+08 7e+08 N P V ( E u ro ) Influence of Convergence: Business effects of service packaging Effects of the mix of services on the Network NPV in a NGN network: • Major impact of service classes on NPV and company survivability • High benefit of services bundling International Telecommunication Union ITU - Evolution of internet market offers - OGS Myanmar, September 2014 10 Agenda • Key factors driving the offers • Influence of Convergence • Historical evolution of market offers • Service bundling offers and trends International Telecommunication Union ITU - Evolution of internet market offers - OGS Myanmar, September 2014 11 Highlights per country: Philippines case at 2011 Diagram illustrates the relations between speeds and prices that show a significant linear increase with speeds. (...) International Telecommunication Union ITU - Evolution of internet market offers - OGS Myanmar, September 2014 13 Highlights per country: Sri Lanka case at 2011 Diagram illustrates the relations between speeds and prices that show a significant linear increase with speeds. International Telecommunication Union ITU - Evolution of internet market offers - OGS Myanmar, September 2014 14 Highlights per country: Sri Lanka case: recommendations for evolution From benchmarking with representative more advanced operators it is proposed to apply economies of scale to reduce prices of higher speeds and enhance development International Telecommunication Union ITU - Evolution of internet market offers - OGS Myanmar, September 2014 15 [Source: Analysys Mason, 2010] Pricing and Market dynamics Example of price based on cost reduction for fixed BB residential access in the EU International Telecommunication Union ITU - Evolution of internet market offers - OGS Myanmar, September 2014 16 (Source: TRCSL and own processing) Pricing and Market dynamics Evolution in Sri Lanka International Telecommunication Union ITU - Evolution of internet market offers - OGS Myanmar, September 2014 17 (Source: Point topic and own processing) Pricing and Market dynamics Example of BB prices per region and technology International Telecommunication Union ITU - Evolution of internet market offers - OGS Myanmar, September 2014 18 Agenda • Key factors driving the offers • Influence of Convergence • Historical evolution of market offers • Service bundling offers and trends International Telecommunication Union ITU - Evolution of internet market offers - OGS Myanmar, September 2014 19 Importance of monetization of BW consumption when coincidence of high speeds and high dispersion between consumers consumption High increase of video applications on fixed and mobile applications (today is the dominant application) Smart mobile phones, Tablets and PCs increase the demand and in approximate (x20) in transport traffic and up to (x10) in signaling Need for policy based services management at network operation, attenuate busy periods and at charging procedures to avoid congestion and reach fairness Service bundling offers and trends: Market dynamics International Telecommunication Union ITU - Evolution of internet market offers - OGS Myanmar, September 2014 20 Service bundling offers and trends: Market dynamics • Actions to ensure profitability in high consumption demands • Active role of intelligent charging and bundling Time C o s ts R e v e n u e s BW demand evolution Resources cost evolution Revenue evolution B a n d w id th Margin - New services - Bundling - Customer person. - Intelligent charging - Convergence - Optimization - Sharing Infrast.
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Score: 1028730.5 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R..._OscarGS_Internet%20offers.pdf
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There was lack of clarity over the allocation of expenses because the property was used not only as an official residence but also as a venue for official functions. 15. The question of internet service was abandoned in the decision letter, presumably based on the security-based practice identified in other UNDP Africa offices (Nigeria and Liberia). The Country Office agreed to provide home based internet connectivity to the RR, the DRR and Senior Economist as a matter of business necessity. 16. (...) From April 2014, it was advised to cover some expenses under rent and the Applicant voluntarily agreed to pay the providers for garbage, water charges and internet. No audit before or during her tenure had raised this. 23.
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Score: 1026297.3 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2021-002.pdf
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Telecommunication market open for competition since 1 January 2003 ? (...) procedure for designation of undertakings as having significant market power ? market “setting” ? special requirements for undertakings designated as having significant market power 4 fixed lines penetration (%) 25 25 26 27 28 29 30 30 31 30 31 31 30 28 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 5 fixed voice telephony market breakdown (I) percentage of revenues as of January 2004 99.5 98.0 98.1 99.6 96.3 97.5 97.6 81.4 94.1 94.2 Local calls to Internet Local phone calls only Local calls Long-distance calls Calls to mobile National phone calls excluding internet National calls including internet International calls All fixed phone calls excluding calls to Internet All fixed calls including calls to Internet 6 fixed voice telephony market breakdown (II) percentage of minutes as of January 2004 98.9 98.3 98.3 99.7 94.4 98.1 98.1 71.4 97.1 97.2 Local calls to Internet Local phone calls only Local calls Long-distance calls Calls to mobile National phone calls excluding internet National calls including internet International calls All fixed phone calls excluding calls to Internet All fixed calls including calls to Internet 7 leased lines services market breakdown as of January 2004 (revenues) Latvenergo LVRTC Latvijas Dzelzcelš Microlink Latvia TeliaSonera International Carrier Lattelekom SIA 8 telecommunications | electronic communications (iii) electronic communications ? (...) regulation on consultations with market participants on relevant market definition [30.p.(2)]. ?
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Score: 1005209 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/fina...4/dombrovskis-presentation.pdf
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Investors want to see proof that a market for mobile Internet services exists. But op- erators cannot provide that proof until they build the networks. (...) The introduction of Internet access into the mobile market creates potential new bottlenecks such as portals, and new breeds of billing system. (...) Koreas experience provides some valuable insights into the demographics of the mobile Internet marketplace. ! The first key message is that it is the residential market, not the busi- ness market, which is driving usage.
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Score: 1003787.9 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/sp...002/jul-sep/BD_Trends_082E.pdf
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By 2010, over 700 million Internet accounts, 1.3 billion mobile phone subscribers, and nearly 1.5 billion main lines in service are expected in these markets. (...) There are, however, key growth drivers contributing to an expanding Internet market in developing countries. One of the primary factors identified by many market players is that the Internet is a low cost alternative to international voice communications. (...) It is next to impossible to envision markets with less than 5% voice penetration leapfrogging into Internet connectivity.
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Score: 1000907.4 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...ructure_Indicators_summary.pdf
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Investors want to see proof that a market for mobile Internet services exists. But operators cannot provide that proof until they build the networks. (...) The introduction of Internet access into the mobile market creates potential new bottlenecks such as portals, and new breeds of billing system. (...) Korea’s experience provides some valuable insights into the demographics of the mobile Internet marketplace.  The first key message is that it is the residential market, not the business market, which is driving usage.
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Score: 998568.9 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/sp...002/jul-sep/jul-septrends.html
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Template Sample page from ITU Internet Reports 2004 “The Portable Internet” © ITU -- www.itu.int/portableinternet Sample page from ITU Internet Reports 2004 “The Portable Internet” © ITU -- www.itu.int/portableinternet Identifying the market opportunity for the portable Internet The potential worldwide market opportunity for portable Internet technologies, over the next ten years or so, might be segmented into three blocks of potential users, each composed of around two-thirds of a billion people, making two billion in total (see Figure 3.2): A) The first block is composed of existing Internet users, of which there were around 665 million at the end of 2003. (...) Figure 3.2: Estimating the potential market for the portable Internet Broken down by type of usage category and by income category of country in which the potential portable Internet user lives A: Existing Internet Users (665 million at year-end 2003) B: Existing users owning ‘phone but no Internet (655 million at year-end 2003) C: Potential users with access to ‘phone but no Internet (?? (...) Source: ITU. Identifying the market opportunity for the portable Internet
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Score: 996533.4 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/pu...rtableinternet/sample%20PI.pdf
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By so doing, we cultivated the fertile ground in which the Internet has grown. The secret to the Internet’s success has been to let the competitive market thrive. (...) In the Internet realm today, we do not generally find firms that can exercise market power or overwhelming public interest imperatives given the blossoming state of the technology. (...) This decision stimulated Internet expansion, made it affordable for consumers to access the Internet, and contributed to the vibrancy and competition that exist in today’s Internet and interactive computer services markets.
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Score: 996243.5 - https://www.itu.int/newsarchive/wtpf/presentations/ness.html
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The report consists of six chapters as follows: • Chapter one, Introducing the Internet of Things, explores the key technical visions underlying the Internet of Things, such as ubiquitous networks, next-generation networks and ubiquitous computing; • Chapter two, Enabling Technologies, examines the technologies that will drive the future Internet of Things, including radio-frequency identification (RFID), sensor technologies, smart things, nanotechnology and miniaturization; • Chapter three, Shaping the Market, explores the market potential of these technologies, as well as factors inhibiting market growth. (...) Image Source: Toyota ITU Internet Reports 2005: The Internet of Things – Executive Summary 6 3 Market Opportunities The technologies of the Internet of Things offer immense potential to consumers, manufacturers and firms. (...) Firms are embracing the underlying technologies of the Internet of Things to optimize their internal processes, expand their traditional markets and diversify into new businesses.
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Score: 995874.6 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/pu...s/InternetofThings_summary.pdf
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