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中東·北非的FTTx:趨勢·預測 (2015-2020年)

FTTx in the Middle East and North Africa: Trends and Forecasts 2015-2020

出版商 Analysys Mason 商品編碼 351301
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 30 Slides
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中東·北非的FTTx:趨勢·預測 (2015-2020年) FTTx in the Middle East and North Africa: Trends and Forecasts 2015-2020
出版日期: 2016年02月01日 內容資訊: 英文 30 Slides
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本報告網羅中東·北非的FTTx市場,調查分析服務範圍,轉換率,及架構·各技術別FTTx架構的Capex等相關資料。

摘要整理

全球趨勢

  • 2020年之前,全球半數以上由FTTx或電纜連網所佔,佔寬頻連接的80%以上
  • FTTP的投資在2015年迎向頂峰,先進·新興經濟各國走上不同之路
  • 歐洲銅線的熱門,但全球其他地區大半國家則直線朝朝FTTP發展、其他

地區趨勢

  • 中東·北非:除了富藏石油的國家以外,更新固定存取(點閱)的投資緊急性低
  • 中東·北非:FTTP的採用在可利用範圍強

各國趨勢

  • 阿曼:阿曼政府建立新的非營利中立性國家FTTP批發網路
  • 卡達:儘管政府介入,還是出現了准壟斷情形
  • 沙烏地阿拉伯:嘗試擴大服務範圍,競爭呈膠著狀態
  • UAE:UEA是全球首次達到通用FTTH服務範圍的國家之一

預測手法·前提條件

著者·Analysys Mason

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目錄

"There is a stark contrast between near-monopoly returns in some MENA markets and very little movement in others."

The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region encompasses some of the most- and least-advanced countries in the world terms of next-generation access (NGA). Operators in countries that are between these two extremes are assessing the long-term economic case for fibre. This report analyses and forecasts coverage (premises passed), conversion (active connections as a percentage of premises passed) and capex for FTTx architecture and technologies in MENA during 2011-2020.

The forecasts include the following metrics:

  • coverage (premises passed)
  • conversion (premises with active connections as a percentage of premises passed)
  • capex (split into network and connection)

Split by technology:

  • FTTC/VDSL
  • FTTB/VDSL
  • FTTB/LAN
  • FTTP (split into incumbent and alternative operator).

Geographical coverage

Countries modelled individually

  • Algeria
  • Egypt
  • Kuwait
  • Morocco
  • Oman
  • Qatar
  • Saudi Arabia
  • United Arab Emirates

Detailed country commentary

  • Oman
  • Qatar
  • Saudi Arabia
  • United Arab Emirates

Table of Contents

  • 5.Executive summary
  • 6.Executive summary
  • 7.Worldwide trends
  • 8.Worldwide: By 2020, over half the world will have access to FTTx or cable, which will make up 80% of broadband connections
  • 9.Worldwide: Investment in FTTP will peak in 2015, and follow different paths in developed and emerging economies
  • 10.Worldwide: Interest in copper acceleration is strong in Europe, but much of the rest of the world is going straight to FTTP
  • 11.Worldwide: Older, purely cost-based, models are giving way to newer thinking about the optimal use of capital resources
  • 12.Worldwide: The service use case for FTTx is compelling, and the multi-service use case for FTTP will shape technology strategy
  • 13.Worldwide: Interest in FTTx is growing in emerging economies
  • 14.Worldwide: Conversion rates for fibre-based access are improving, and forced migration from legacy access is increasing
  • 15.Regional trends
  • 16.Middle East and North Africa: Outside oil-rich states, there is little urgency to invest in renewing fixed access
  • 17.Middle East and North Africa: Take-up of FTTP is strong in places where it is available
  • 18.Country-level trends
  • 19.Oman: The Omani government is building a new non-profit neutral national FTTP wholesale network
  • 20.Qatar: Despite government intervention, a quasi-monopoly has emerged
  • 21.Saudi Arabia: Attempts to increase coverage and competition have stalled
  • 22.UAE: UAE was one of the first countries in the world to reach universal FTTH coverage
  • 23.Forecast methodology and assumptions
  • 29.Definition of geographical regions
  • 30.Methodology for coverage and conversion
  • 31.Methodology for capex
  • 32.About the author and Analysys Mason
  • 33.About the author
  • 34.About Analysys Mason

List of figures

  • Figure 1: NGA premises passed by technology, Middle East and North Africa, 2014-2020
  • Figure 2: Active NGA connections, by technology, Middle East and North Africa, 2014-2020
  • Figure 3: Conversion rates for NGA overall, and FTTP and FTTx, worldwide, 2011-2020
  • Figure 4: NGA coverage by technology, worldwide, 2011-2020
  • Figure 5: Fixed broadband active connections, by technology, and NGA's share of connections, worldwide, 2011-2020
  • Figure 6: FTTx capex by market type, and availability and affordability of NGA, worldwide, 2013-2020
  • Figure 7: Incumbent operator FTTC or FTTB coverage, by region, 2015 and 2020
  • Figure 8: Cost of deploying FTTx by centile, new and old cost models (illustrative)
  • Figure 9: Bandwidth consumed by pixel resolution and type of MPEG-4 compression
  • Figure 10: Emerging economies' shares of worldwide FTTx premises passed and connected, and emerging economies' FTTx coverage, 2011-2015
  • Figure 11: Conversion rates for NGA by technology, worldwide, 2011-2015
  • Figure 12: FTTx net additions by technology, worldwide, 2011-2015
  • Figure 13: NGA coverage by technology, Middle East and North Africa, 2014-2020
  • Figure 14: FTTx capex by technology, Middle East and North Africa, 2014-2020
  • Figure 15: Active connections per premises, by technology, Middle East and North Africa, 2014-2020
  • Figure 16: Conversion rates for NGA overall, and FTTP and FTTx , Middle East and North Africa, 2014-2020
  • Figure 17: FTTP premises passed and connected, and FTTP conversion rates, Gulf Co-operation Council states, 2014-2020
  • Figure 18: FTTx connections and coverage, Oman, 2013-2020
  • Figure 19: FTTx connections and coverage, Qatar, 2013-2020
  • Figure 20: FTTx connections and coverage, Saudi Arabia, 2013-2020
  • Figure 21: FTTx connections and coverage, UAE, 2013-2020
  • Figure 22: Regional breakdown used in this report
  • Figure 23: Coverage and conversion model outline
  • Figure 24: Capex model outline
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