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塞内加尔电信市场概况,埃塞俄比亚电信市场概况

中国报告网提示:摘要Ethiopia still practices a monopoly in almost all areas of its telecoms sector. Market penetration is still very low, but major efforts to roll out a national fibre backbone and wireless access networks have resulted in an acceleration of growth

中国报告网提示:摘要Home to one of the worlds most isolated cities, the fabled Timbuktu, and a generally challenging geography for the provision of telecommunication services, penetration rates in Mali are still below African averages in all market segments,

中国报告网提示:摘要Senegal has developed one of Africas most extensive and modern telecommunications infrastructures. The national telco, Sonatel, is partially privatised and highly profitable. A second national operator and third mobile operator were licen

中国报告网提示:摘要Starting with an examination of national regulatory policies and the strategies of the leading FTTx players, this report looks at fibre-to-the-home rollouts in the worlds pioneer FTTx markets with a in-deprth analysis of the strategies of

摘要Ethiopia still practices a monopoly in almost all areas of its telecoms sector. Market penetration is still very low, but major efforts to roll out a national fibre backbone and wireless access networks have resulted in an acceleration of growth in all market segments. Further massive investments into fixed, mobile and Internet services, totalling US$4 billion, are planned for the five years to 2012. The government is intent on eventually privatising the national operator, ETC, and introducing competition in mobile and Internet services. This report provides an overview of the telecommunications sector in Ethiopia, various key statistics, and scenario forecasts for the years 2010 and 2015.目录及图表1. Synopsis2. Key statistics3. Telecommunications market3.1 Overview of Ethiopias telecom market4. Regulatory environment4.1 Regulatory authority4.1.1 Ethiopian Telecommunications Agency (ETA)4.2 Telecom service licences4.3 Telecom sector liberalisation4.4 Privatisation of Ethiopian Telecommunications Corporation5. Fixed network operator in Ethiopia5.1 Ethiopian Telecommunications Corporation5.1.1 Telephone traffic6. Telecommunications infrastructure6.1 National telecom network6.1.1 Wireless Local Loop (WLL)6.1.2 National IP infrastructure6.1.3 US$4 billion network development plan 2007-20126.2 International communication links6.3 Forecast fixed-line market7. Data market7.1 Digital Data Network7.2 PADISnet7.3 VSAT networks8. Internet and Broadband market8.1 Overview8.1.1 Internet statistics8.2 National connectivity8.3 Regulatory issues8.4 Internet access locations8.5 ISP market8.6 Broadband market8.6.1 Asymmetrical Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL)8.6.2 Direcway broadband satellite network8.7 Wholesale8.8 Forecast Internet market9. Mobile communications9.1 Overview of Ethiopias mobile market9.2 Major mobile operator9.2.1 Ethio-Mobile9.3 Mobile voice services9.3.1 Satellite mobile9.4 Forecast mobile market10. Broadcasting market10.1 Regulatory overview10.2 Free-to-Air (FTA) TV10.3 Satellite TV11. Notes on scenario forecasts12. Related reportsTable 1 Country statistics 2006Table 2 Telephone network statistics 2006Table 3 Internet provider statistics 2006Table 4 Internet user statistics 2006Table 5 Mobile statistics March 2008Table 6 National telecommunications authoritiesTable 7 Domestic and international telephone traffic 1994 - 2005Table 8 Fixed lines in service and teledensity 1995 - 2006Table 9 Forecast fixed-line and fixed-wireless subscribers 2010; 2015Table 10 Internet users and penetration rate 1996

摘要Home to one of the worlds most isolated cities, the fabled Timbuktu, and a generally challenging geography for the provision of telecommunication services, penetration rates in Mali are still below African averages in all market segments, including mobile. France Telecom was extremely successful when it entered the market as the second player in 2003 and quickly amassed more than 80% market share. With privatisation of the incumbent telco Sotelma planned for 2008, its mobile subsidiary Malitel has made great efforts to improve its coverage and services, which has lead to annual growth in excess of 130%. The government is planning to license a third mobile operator. The introduction of ADSL, WiMAX and mobile data services has started to accelerate growth in the Internet and broadband market. An improvement of international connectivity can be expected from the arrival of new competitive international submarine fibre systems to the region in 2008/09.目录及图表*1. Synopsis2. Key statistics3. Country overview4. Overview of Malis telecom market5. Regulatory environment5.1 Background5.2 Regulatory authority5.2.1 Comit de Rgulation des Tlcommunications (CRT)5.3 Liberalisation of Malis telecom sector5.4 West African common regulatory framework 20055.5 Privatisation5.6 Interconnection6. Fixed network operators in Mali6.1 Fixed-line statistics6.2 Socit des tlcommunications du Mali (Sotelma)6.2.1 Network infrastructure6.2.2 Wireless Local Loop (WLL)6.3 Orange Mali7. International infrastructure8. Internet market8.1 Overview 8.1.1 Internet statistics8.2 Internet cafes8.3 Multipurpose Community Telecentres (MCTs)8.4 The Cybertigi project8.5 ISP market8.6 Sotelma8.7 Orange Mali8.8 Afribone8.9 CEFIB8.10 Datatech9. Broadband market9.1 Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL)9.2 Wireless broadband9.2.1 WiMAX10. Convergence10.1 VoIP telephony10.2 E-Health10.3 Tele-education11. Mobile communications11.1 Overview of Malis mobile market11.1.1 Mobile statistics11.2 Major mobile operators11.2.1 Malitel11.2.2 Orange Mali (formerly Ikatel)11.3 Mobile data services12.* Related reports

摘要Senegal has developed one of Africas most extensive and modern telecommunications infrastructures. The national telco, Sonatel, is partially privatised and highly profitable. A second national operator and third mobile operator were licensed in 2007 and are expected to launch services in 2008. Since the introduction of competition in the mobile sector in 1999, the number of mobile subscribers has risen dramatically, now representing around 95% of all telephone lines. Senegal was one of the first African countries to introduce ADSL broadband service in 2003 which has almost completely replaced dial-up as the Internet access method of choice. The Internet and broadband market is expected to receive a boost from the arrival of two new fibre optic submarine cables in 2008/09 which will dramatically reduce the cost of international bandwidth. Overall penetration in all sectors of Senegals telecom market is still low, resulting in attractive opportunities for new entrants.目录及图表*1. Synopsis2. Key statistics3. Overview of Senegals telecom market4. Regulatory environment4.1 Telecom sector reform4.2塞内加尔电信市场概况,埃塞俄比亚电信市场概况。 Telecommunications Act 20014.3 Universal Development Fund (UDF)4.4 Regulatory authority4.4.1 Agence de Rgulation des Tlcommunications es des Postes (ARTP)4.5 West African common regulatory framework 20054.6 Electronic Transactions Bill4.7 Telecom sector liberalisation4.7.1 Second national operator (SNO) licence5. Fixed network operators in Senegal5.1 Sonatel (Orange)5.1.1 Privatisation5.1.2 International expansion6. Telecommunications infrastructure6.1 National telecom network6.1.1 Expansion into rural areas6.1.2 Telecentres6.2 International infrastructure6.2.1 Submarine cable networks7. Internet market7.1 Overview 7.1.1 Internet statistics7.2 Internet connectivity7.3 ISP market7.3.1 Orange (Sonatel, Sentoo)7.3.2 ARC Informatique7.3.3 Other ISPs8. Broadband market8.1 Asymmetrical Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL)8.2 WiFi9. Convergence9.1 VoIP telephony9.2 Internet Protocol Television (IPTV)9.3 E-Health9.4 E-Government10. Mobile communications10.1 Overview of Senegals mobile market10.1.1 Mobile statistics10.2 Regulatory issues10.2.1 Mobile number portability (MNP)10.2.2 Registration of customer details10.2.3 Per-second billing (PSB)10.3 Mobile technologies10.3.1 Third Generation (3G)10.4 Major mobile operators10.4.1 Orange (Sonatel Mobiles)10.4.2 Tigo (Sentel GSM)10.4.3 Third mobile licence10.5 Mobile data services10.5.1 Short Message Service (SMS)10.5.2 Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS)10.5.3 GPRS and EDGE10.5.4 Wireless Application Protocol (WAP)10.5.5 BlackBerry10.5.6 Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD)10.6 Mobile content and applications10.6.1 Manobi11. Forecasts11.1 Forecasts fixed-line market to 201511.2 Forecasts Internet market to 201511.3 Forecasts mobile market to 201511.4 Notes on scenario forecasts12.* Related reportsTable 1 Country statistics 2008 Table 2 Telephone network statistics March 2008 Table 3 Internet provider statistics March 2008 Table 4 Internet statistics March 2008 Table 5 Mobile statistics March 2008 Table 6 National telecommunications authority Table 7 Fixed-lines in service and teledensity 1995; 1997; 1999 - 2008 Table 8 Internet users and penetration rate 1996; 1998 - 2008 Table 9 Internet subscribers 2000 - 2008 Table 10 International Internet bandwidth 2002 - 2006 Table 11 ADSL subscribers 2004 - 2008 Table 12 Mobile operators, subscribers and annual change March 2008 Table 13 Mobile subscribers and penetration rate 1996; 1998; 2000 - 2008 Table 14 Sonatel Mobile subscribers 1999 - 2008 Table 15 Forecast fixed-line and fixed-wireless subscribers 2010; 2015 Table 16 Forecast Internet users 2010; 2015 Table 17 Forecast broadband subscribers 2010; 2015 Table 18 Forecast mobile subscribers 2010; 2015

摘要Starting with an examination of national regulatory policies and the strategies of the leading FTTx players, this report looks at fibre-to-the-home rollouts in the worlds pioneer FTTx markets with a in-deprth analysis of the strategies of the key players of the market. 目录1. Executive Summary2.The United States2.1. Broadband and ultra-broadband market2.2. Regulation2.3. Market features and forecasts up to 20132.4. Case studies Verizon ATT Local carriers3. Japan3.1. FTTH/B market3.2. The regulatory debate in Japan3.3. Market features and forecasts up to 20133.4. Case studies NTT/B-Flet's KDDI/Hikari-one 4. South Korea4.1. The FTTH/B market4.2. The regulatory debate in South Korea4.3. Market features and forecasts up to 20134.4. Case studies Hanaro Telecom (SKT) KTFor each actor analysed Technical data - Technology used - Technical details - Equipment suppliers Demographic data - Zones involved - Population density Market data as of the end of March 2008 - Target clientele - No. of eligible buildings - Number of subscribers Targets - No. of homes passed - Number of subscribers - Penetration rate Financial data - Total investment - Cost per home passed - Cost per subscriber - ARPU - ROI Service offering as of June 2008 - Internet access - Premium services - Telephone services - FiOS TV

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