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中国报告网提示:摘要With two national operators and four mobile networks, annual growth has been impressive in Ghanas telecoms market, notably in the mobile sector where the number of lines exceeds fixed lines by around almost 20:1. Two additional mobile net

中国报告网提示:摘要The aftermath of the 1994 genocide and a monopolistic market structure until 2006 have weighed on the Rwandan telecommunications sector, but the country is now on its way to outpace most other markets in Africa, which as a whole is already the f

中国报告网提示:摘要DRC is a mineral-rich country that is recovering from civil strife and many years of pillage by its former leaders which has accounted for the low level of development of its telecommunications and other infrastructure. While the traditional fix

中国报告网提示:摘要OverviewFor a greenfield FTTH rollout, civil engineering is by far the largest cost item.Drawing on in-depth knowledge of FTTx cost models, IDATE examines solutions that can help bring down civil engineering costs, based on rollout experien

摘要With two national operators and four mobile networks, annual growth has been impressive in Ghanas telecoms market, notably in the mobile sector where the number of lines exceeds fixed lines by around almost 20:1. Two additional mobile networks will enter the market in 2008/2009. At a combined teledensity of only around 35% and an Internet user penetration of 3%, enormous further potential exists for basic voice as well as data services. This report contains key statistics and scenario forecasts for the countrys fixed-line, mobile and Internet markets for the years 2010 and 2015.目录及图表*1. Synopsis2. Key statistics3. Forecasts3.1 Forecasts fixed-line market to 20153.1.1 Fixed-line statistics3.1.2 Forecast fixed-line market 3.2 Forecasts broadband and Internet market to 20153.2.1 Internet statistics3.2.2 Forecast Internet users 3.2.3 Forecast broadband subscribers 3.3 Forecasts mobile market to 20153.3.1 Mobile statistics3.3.2 Forecast mobile subscribers 3.4 Notes on scenario forecasts4.* Related reportsTable 7 Fixed lines in service and teledensity 1995 - 2007 Table 8 Forecast fixed-line and fixed-wireless subscribers 2010; 2015 Table 9 Internet users and penetration rate 1996 - 2007 Table 10 Forecast Internet users 2010; 2015 Table 11 Forecast broadband subscribers 2010; 2015 Table 12 Mobile operators, technology, subscribers and annual change 2007 Table 13 Mobile subscribers and penetration rate 1995 - 2007 Table 14 Forecast mobile subscribers 2010; 2015

摘要The aftermath of the 1994 genocide and a monopolistic market structure until 2006 have weighed on the Rwandan telecommunications sector, but the country is now on its way to outpace most other markets in Africa, which as a whole is already the fastest growing region in the world. The 99% privatised incumbent telco is more innovative than most of its African counterparts in the provision of market-driven, affordable services, and it was recently licensed to compete in the mobile sector as well. The country has one of the most developed fibre infrastructures in the region and is preparing to connect to the new high-bandwidth submarine cables that are being planned along the east cost of Africa.目录及图表*1. Synopsis2. Key statistics3. Telecommunications market3.1 Overview of Rwandas telecom market4. Regulatory environment4.1 Regulatory authority4.1.1 Rwanda Utilities Regulatory Agency (RURA)4.1.2 RITA and NICT4.2 Market liberalisation4.3 Privatisation4.4 Interconnect5. Fixed network operators in Rwanda5.1 RwandaTel/Terracom5.1.1 Terracom Communications5.2 Artel Communications6. Telecommunications infrastructure6.1 National telecom networks6.2 International infrastructure6.2.1 Very Small Aperture Terminal (VSAT) 6.2.2 The proposed EASSY submarine cable6.2.3 The East African Marine System (TEAMS)6.2.4 The Eastern Africa Backhaul System (EABS)6.2.5 Service provision to the DRC6.3 Forecast fixed-line market 2010, 20157. Internet market7.1 Overview 7.1.1 Internet statistics7.2 ISP market7.3 Rwanda Internet Exchange Point (RIXP)赌钱app,7.4 Cybercafes and telecentres7.5 One Laptop Per Child (OLPC)7.6 Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP)8. Broadband market8.1 Overview8.2 Asymmetrical Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) 8.3 E-government8.4 Forecast Internet users 2010, 20159. Mobile communications9.1 Overview of Rwandas mobile market9.1.1 Mobile statistics9.2 Major mobile operators9.2.1 MTN Rwanda9.2.2 Terracom Mobile9.3 Mobile content and applications9.3.1 Mobile banking9.3.2 M-payment9.4 Forecast mobile market 2010, 201510. Notes on scenario forecasts11.* Related reportsTable 1 Country statistics 2006 Table 2 Telephone network statistics June 2006 Table 3 Internet provider statistics 2006 Table 4 Internet user statistics 2006 Table 5 Mobile statistics March 2008 Table 6 National telecommunications authorities Table 7 Fixed-lines in service and teledensity 1999 - 2006 Table 8 Forecast fixed-line and fixed-wireless subscribers 2010; 2015 Table 9 Internet users and penetration rate 1999 - 2006 Table 10 Forecast Internet users 2010; 2015 Table 11 Mobile operators, technology, subscribers and annual growth 2006 Table 12 Mobile subscribers and penetration rate 1999 - 2008 Table 13 Forecast mobile subscribers 2010; 2015

摘要DRC is a mineral-rich country that is recovering from civil strife and many years of pillage by its former leaders which has accounted for the low level of development of its telecommunications and other infrastructure. While the traditional fixed-line network has deteriorated to almost non-existence, mobile telephony has experienced excellent growth. Wireless technologies serve as a replacement of the obsolete fixed network infrastructure and public payphones. National teledensity remains extremely low, creating enormous potential for the provision of basic services. There is also strong demand for Internet service which has been hampered by the underdeveloped telecoms infrastructure.目录及图表*1. Synopsis2. Key statistics3. Telecommunications market3.1 Overview of DRCs telecom market4. Regulatory environment4.1 Overview4.2 Regulatory authority4.2.1 Ministre des Postes, Tlphones et des Tlcommunications4.3 Competition in the telecom sector4.4 Privatisation of OCPT5. Telecommunications infrastructure5.1 National infrastructure5.2 International infrastructure6. Internet market6.1 Overview6.2 Internet access locations6.3 ISP market6.3.1 Africanus.net6.3.2 InterConnect6.3.3 Microcom7. Mobile communications7.1 Overview of DRCs mobile market 7.1.1 GSM licence conditions7.2 Major mobile operators7.2.1 Vodacom Congo (Congo-GSM)7.2.2 Celtel DRC7.2.3 CCT7.2.4 Millicom (Tigo)7.2.5 Supercell8. Broadcasting8.1 Television and radio broadcasting in DRC9.* Related reportsTable 1 Country statistics 2006 Table 2 Telephone network statistics 2006 Table 3 Internet provider statistics 2006 Table 4 Internet user statistics 2006 Table 5 Mobile statistics March 2008 Table 6 National telecommunications authorities Table 7 Fixed telephone lines and teledensity 1995 - 2006 Table 8 Internet users and penetration rate 1996

摘要OverviewFor a greenfield FTTH rollout, civil engineering is by far the largest cost item.Drawing on in-depth knowledge of FTTx cost models, IDATE examines solutions that can help bring down civil engineering costs, based on rollout experiences in the most advanced markets.This report is a part of the FFTx Watch Service, the continuous On-line service of IDATE on the World Ultra Broadband Market.Key questionsWhat is civil engineerings real weight in the equation? Is ensuring access to incumbent carriers ducts the most promising solution? Can overhead deployment solutions used in the United States and Japan be adapted to Europe ? What are the advantages and drawbacks of lighter civil engineering solutions (e.g. micro-trenches)? Can local authorities help promote large-scale FTTH rollouts in the medium term? Does shared private investment have a future?目录1. FTTH business model: civil engineerings weight in the equation1.1. Structure of the FTTx model1.2. Technical parameters1.3. The weight of civil engineering in the equation1.4. Housing structure: France vs. the UK2. Duct sharing2.1. Role played by the incumbent2.2. Technical and regulatory issues2.3. Case studies Portugal Portugal France The Netherlands Canada2.4. Other OECD countries Australia Austria The Czech Republic Denmark Finland South Korea United-States 3. Aerial deployments: a feasible solution?3.1. Overhead fibre optic rollouts on electrical networks A host of parties involved Technical aspects Service lines3.2. Overhead deployments on telecom and cable networks3.3. Examples of aerial deployments4. Role played by local authorities4.1. Coordination of civil engineering works4.2. Building open access networks The Swedish example Elsewhere in Europe 5. Role played by infrastructure providers and progress made in civil engineering techniques5.1. Innovative rollout procedures and techniques The micro-trench technique Deployment in non-visitable sewers Example of an innovative solution: Kerb-IT5.2. Role played by infrastructure owners Reggefiber H2O Networks6. Annex6.1. Dark fibre: the Japanese example6.2. Bitstream: an ideal solution for reducing alternative operators civil engineering costs?6.3. Last mile: who should pay?

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