FTTH Rollout Strategies in Emerging Countries

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A guide to Understand Strategies of Investment in FTTH in Emerging Countries

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Over the last period, the world has experienced an unprecedented dynamism towards data creation and data transfer. The integration of many platforms and objects, the delivery of digital content, the automatism of many tasks, the creation of real-time virtual data spaces and the centralization of digital information, among other uses, have created a new dependent data consumption pattern that demands high availability of many services.

Today, emerging countries offer a set of windows of opportunity for the deployment of high broadband networks including the rollout of FTTH projects.

This report aims at providing a guideline to decision makers, to highlight the important topics to be considered in FTTH deployment in emerging countries. In addition, based on a four-scenario classification, the report provides some insights to telecom players and governments that will help them understand the variables to consider when deploying a FTTH network, based on the type of emerging country which is their focus.

Ten emerging countries have been selected in order to gather insights and to show different approaches adopted in different regions: Argentina, Brazil, Indonesia, Kenya, Mexico, Morocco, Philippines, South Africa, Thailand and Vietnam.

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1. Executive Summary
1.2. Key findings
1.2. Recommendations

2. Methodology & definitions
2.1. General methodology of the reports
2.2. Methodology specific to this report
2.2.1. Definitions
2.2.2. State of existing infrastructures
2.2.3. Market size
2.2.4. Market structure
2.2.5. Consumer behavior
2.2.6. Sources
2.2.7. Scope

3. FTTH Rollout strategies
3.1. Data demand and Government willingness: Classification of emerging countries where FTTH is deployed
3.2. Main elements to consider when deploying FTTH networks in emerging countries
3.3. General overview: The reality behind emerging countries

4. In-depth analysis by emerging country
4.1. Asia-Pacific
4.1.1. Philippines
4.1.2. Indonesia
4.1.3. Thailand
4.1.4. Vietnam
4.2. Latin America
4.2.1. Brazil
4.2.2. Mexico
4.2.3. Argentina
4.3. Africa
4.3.1. Morocco
4.3.2. South Africa
4.3.3. Kenya

5. Conclusion



List of tables and figures

Figure 1: The four scenarios for FTTH rollout strategies in emerging countries
Figure 2: Variables to take into consideration
Figure 3: Summary of fixed technologies deployed by country
Figure 4: Summary of government initiatives by country

Asia-Pacific
Figure 5: FTTH/B subscribers by emerging country in APAC in June 2017
Figure 6: Growth rate of FTTH/B homes passed by emerging country in APAC, 2016-2017
Figure 7: Evolution of the FTTH window of opportunity in APAC*, 2015-2017
Figure 8: FTTH/B forecasts in Asia-Pacific, 2017-2021
Philippines
Figure 9: Key indicators from the Global Competitiveness Report in the Philippines
Figure 10: Matrix scenario: Philippines moving from the El Dorado towards the Premium Scenario
Figure 11: Forecast of the market value of Internet access services in Indonesia, 2018-2021
Figure 12: FTTx in total fixed broadband
Figure 13: FTTx players market shares
Indonesia
Figure 14: Key indicators from the Global Competitiveness Report in Indonesia
Figure 15: Matrix Scenario: Indonesia consolidated in the Premium Scenario
Figure 16: Key indicators from the Global Competitiveness Report in Thailand
Thailand
Figure 17: Matrix Scenario: Thailand located in the El Dorado Scenario
Figure 18: FTTx in total fixed broadband
Figure 19: FTTx players market shares
Vietnam
Figure 20: Key indicators from the Global Competitiveness Report in Vietnam
Figure 21: Matrix Scenario: Vietnam moving from the El Dorado Scenario towards the Premium Scenario

Latin America
Figure 22: FTTH/B subscribers by country in LATAM, June 2017
Figure 23: Evolution of the FTTH window of opportunity in Latin America, 2015-2017
Figure 24: FTTH/B forecasts in Latin America, 2017-2021
Figure 25: Forecast of the market value of Internet access services in Brazil, 2018-2021
Brazil
Figure 26: FTTx in total fixed broadband, June 2017
Figure 27: FTTx players market shares, June 2017
Figure 28: Key indicators from the Global Competitiveness Report in Brazil
Figure 29: Matrix Scenario: Brazil moving from the Pioneer Scenario towards the Premium Scenario
Figure 30: Forecast of the market value of Internet access services in Mexico, 2018-2021
Mexico
Figure 31: FTTx in total fixed broadband, June 2017
Figure 32: FTTx players market shares, June 2017
Figure 33: Key indicators from the Global Competitiveness Report in Mexico
Figure 34: Matrix scenario: Mexico moving from the Pioneer Scenario to the Premium Scenario
Figure 35: Forecast of the market value of Internet access services in Argentina, 2018-2021
Argentina
Figure 36: FTTx in total fixed broadband, June 2017
Figure 37: FTTx players market shares June 2017
Figure 38: Key indicators from the Global Competitiveness Report in Argentina
Figure 39: Matrix scenario: Argentina in the Enigmatic Scenario

Africa
Figure 40: FTTH/B deployments in Africa
Figure 41: FTTH/B subscriber forecasts in Sub-Saharan Africa
Figure 42: FTTx in total fixed broadband, June 2017
Figure 43: FTTx players market shares, June 2017
Morocco
Figure 44: Key indicators from the Global Competitiveness Report in Morocco
Figure 45: Matrix scenario: Morocco located in the El Dorado Scenario
South Africa
Figure 46: Key indicators from the Global Competitiveness Report in South Africa
Figure 47: Matrix scenario: South Africa moving from the El Dorado Scenario towards the Premium Scenario
Kenya
Figure 48: Key indicators from the Global Competitiveness Report in Kenya
Figure 49: Matrix scenario: Kenya moving from the Enigmatic Scenario to the El Dorado Scenario

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  • Axtel
  • BizNet
  • Cablevision – Telecom Argentina
  • CAT Telecom
  • Cell C
  • CEMIG Telecom
  • Claro Argentina
  • CMC
  • COPEL
  • FPT
  • Globe Telecom
  • Jamii Telecom
  • Liquid Telecom
  • Liquid Telecom - Neotel
  • Maroc Telecom
  • MNC Kabel Mediacom
  • MTN South Africa
  • Netnam
  • Oi – Brazil Telecom
  • Orange Morocco (ex-Meditel)
  • Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company (PLDT)
  • Safaricom
  • Saigon Post Telecommunications
  • SCTV
  • Sercomtel
  • Sky Cable
  • Telefónica Argentina
  • Telefónica Vivo
  • Telkom Indonesia
  • Telkom Kenya
  • Telkom South Africa
  • Telmex – América Movil
  • TIM Brazil
  • TOT
  • Total Play
  • Triple T Broadband (3BB)
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  • Viettel Telecom
  • VNPT
  • Vodacom
  • Vogel Telecom
  • Vumatel
  • Wananchi - Zuku
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