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Description: This report analyses the developments in FTTx markets up to 2017. It presents a geographical panorama of FTTx access solutions in Europe, Asia, North America, Latin America, Middle East & Africa. It also includes an overview of the major world leaders as well as a panorama of the superfast broadband markets: Services and tariffs, ARPU growth hypotheses by country, superfast broadband market revenues forecasts.
Region: Western Europe, Eastern & Central Europe, North America, Latin America, Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa - Australia, Bangladesh, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Vietnam, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Uruguay, Venezuela, Canada, USA, Andorra , Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, The UK, Turkey, Ukraine, Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kenya, Kuwait, Lebanon, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Saudi-Arabia, South Africa, UAE
Keywords: Broadband access, Broadband market revenues, Cablecos, Ethernet, FTTB subscribers, FTTH subscribers, FTTH/B, FTTH/B architecture, FTTLA, FTTN+VDSL, FTTx access, FTTx architecture, FTTx rollout, FTTx solutions, FTTx subscriptions, FTTx-based access revenues, NGA, PON technology, superfast broadband architectures, superfast broadband markets, superfast broadband revenues, superfast broadband technologies, superfast technologies, telcos, VDSL, AT&T, Beeline, China Telecom, China Unicom, Chunghwa Telecom, Comcast, ER Telecom, KDDI, KT, NTT, Softbank BB, Time Warner Cable, Verizon
List of indicators by country
Access indicators- Number of subscribers per FTTx architecture- Number of homes passed per FTTx architecture- % of FTTx architectures in total broadband- Market share of the leading superfast broadband players- Breakdown of FTTH vs FTTB subscribers- Breakdown of Ethernet vs PON technology
Type of data- Historical data 2008-2011- Estimates at the end of 2012- Forecasts 2013-2017
Market Value- FTTx-based access revenues, per region, from 2012 to 2017- Part of FTTH/B architecture in total market revenues
Geographic coverage- The global market for telecom services has been divided into five main zones: Europe (Western / Eastern), North America, Latin America, Asia/Pacific and Africa/Middle East.- The countries below are detailed within each zone.- Regional consolidations take into account all the countries of the zone.- Emerging countries are aggregated in one dedicated sheet- revenues per region from 2012 to 2017, in euros
The superfast broadband sector is divided into three main wireline architectures :- FTTH/B: this architecture stands for Fiber to the Home/Building.- FTTN+VDSL: includes Fiber to the Node + VDSL and VDSL2 technologies.- FTTLA stands for Fiber to the Last Amplifier. It corresponds to the architecture based on coaxial networks, where the fiber is deployed until the location of the last amplifier in a coaxial network (the amplifier is then replaced by an opto-electronic component), and where Docsis 3.0 is implemented to improve the performances of the network.
The counting method is as follows:- Homes Passed represent the premises able to be connected with limited installation among which end users equipment- Subscribers represent connected homes which have contracted a subscription to a Service provider
The ratio calculation method is as follows:- The Take up rate measures the part of subscribers among the number of Homes Passed in one country or for one player.- The coverage rate represents the part of Homes Passed among the total number of households in a country.
Europe here means EU 39: EU 27 + others countries as in particular Norway, Switzerland, Iceland, Israel, Turkey, Ukraine and Russia.
Important to note that in the following slides, we consider only wireline superfast broadband that include FTTx-based architectures. Therefore we do not take into account wireless technologies that could also be considered as superfast solutions too considering the speed rates they can provide (at least 30 Mbps).
Historical data is compiled from the following information sources:- publications of national regulatory authorities, ministries and national statistical organisations- operators' financial reports- press releases
These sources have been compared and supplemented whenever necessary by estimates based on our expertise. We havebeen able to make revisions to the figures compared to previous editions (new information available, correction of errors, scopeadjustments from one country to another).
Our forecasts are based on assumptions relating to anticipated change in the penetration rates for different access modes (percentage of population) in different markets and to changes in average revenue per user.
The assumptions formulated depend on several factors among which:- current level of development of the market- potential of the market seen through the general level of economic development- national regulatory context and policy followed in the development of superfast broadband- programs from leading players in each country in terms of future rollouts and objectives announced (in terms of coverage and subscription)- For market value, the forecasts are based on the subscribers' forecasts and estimates on the ARPU in leading and mature countries, compared to other countries in the region and aggregated regionally then worldwide
1. Executive summary 6- Key trends 7- Part of superfast broadband technologies in total Broadband 8- Breakdown of superfast broadband technologies 9- Leading countries per FTTx solutions at end 2012 10- FTTH/B trends for the 5 coming years 11
2. Methodology 12- List of indicators by country 13- Definitions 14- Sources 15
3. Access 16- Geographical panorama of FTTx access solutions 173.1. FTTx access in Europe 18- European panorama of FTTx access solutions 19- Main superfast broadband European markets 20- Growth of superfast broadband in Europe 213.2. FTTx access in Asia 22- Asian panorama of FTTx access solutions 23- Main superfast broadband Asian markets 24- Growth of superfast broadband in Asia 253.3. FTTx access in North America 26- North American panorama of FTTx access solutions 27- Growth of superfast broadband in North America 283.4. FTTx access in Latin America 29- Latin American panorama of FTTx access solutions 30- Main superfast broadband Latin American markets 313.5. FTTx access in Middle East & Africa 33- Panorama of FTTx access solutions in Middle East & Africa 34- Main superfast broadband MENA markets 35
4. Major players 36- World leaders, all architectures 37- World FTTH/B leaders 38- Geographical panorama of leading FTTH/B players 39- Telcos vs cablecos 40- Trends in technologies and architectures 41
5. Markets for superfast broadband 42- Services and tariffs 43- A four-step analysis to define the value of the superfast broadband market 44- Players objectives and scenarios 45- ARPU growth hypotheses by country 46- Superfast broadband market revenues forecasts, 2012-2017 47
Who are we? 48
Figures & Tables
Executive Summary- Compared growth of FTTH/B and VDSL subscribers, 2012-2017 7- Breakdown of superfast broadband technologies, at end 2012 7- Part of FTTx architectures in total Broadband by region, in December 2012 8- Geographical split of the three main superfast broadband architectures, in December 2012 9- Top 5 FTTH/B countries 10- Top 5 VDSL countries 10- Top 5 FTTLA countries 10- Growth of fixed broadband subscriptions and part of FTTH/B, 2012-2017 11- Growth of worldwide FTTH/B take up rate from 2012 to 2017 11
Access- Split of FTTx architectures per region, December 2012 17- Breakdown of FTTx access technologies in the main European countries in 2012 19- Ranking of countries by number of superfast broadband subscribers (million) and proportion of the regional superfast broadband subscriber base (%), at end 2012 20- Breakdown of superfast broadband subscribers by country and technology in 2012 20- Changes in the number of FTTH/B customers in Europe, 2008-2012 (millions) 21- Changes in the number of VDSL customers in Europe, 2008-2012 (millions) 21- Changes in the number of FTTLA customers in Europe, 2008-2012 (millions) 21- Breakdown of FTTx access technologies in the main Asian countries in 2012 23- Ranking of countries by number of superfast broadband subscribers (million) and proportion of the regional superfast broadband subscriber base (%), at end 2012 24- Breakdown of superfast broadband subscribers by country and technology in 2012 24- Changes in the number of FTTH/B customers in APAC, 2008-2012 ('000s) 25- Changes in the number of VDSL customers in APAC, 2008-2012 ('000s) 25- Changes in the number of FTTLA customers in APAC, 2008-2012 ('000s) 25- Breakdown of FTTx access technologies in North American in 2012 27- Changes in the number of FTTH/B customers in North America, 2008-2012 (millions) 28- Changes in the number of VDSL customers in North America, 2008-2012 (millions) 28- Changes in the number of FTTLA customers in North America, 2008-2012 (millions) 28- Breakdown of FTTx access technologies in the main Latin American countries in 2012 30- Ranking of countries by number of superfast broadband subscribers (million) and proportion of the regional superfast broadband subscriber base (%), at end 2012 32- Breakdown of superfast broadband subscribers by country and technology in 2012 32- Growth of FTTH/B subscribers in LATAM, 2008-2012 32- Breakdown of FTTx access technologies in the main Middle East & Africa countries in 2012 34- Ranking of countries by number of superfast broadband subscribers (million) and proportion of the regional superfast broadband subscriber base (%), at end 2012 35- Growth of FTTH/B subscribers in MENA, 2008-2012 (thousands) 35
Major Players- Top 10 worldwide players, at end 2012 37- Top 10 worldwide FTTH/B players, at end 2012 38- Worldwide FTTH/B leaders, December 2012 (in million) 39- Geographical split of FTTLA subscribers (in million), December 2012 40- Compared growth of FTTH/B and VDSL subscribers, 2012-2017 41- Main architectures and technologies in the world, December 2012 41
Markets for superfast broadband- Average ARPU of FTTx (euros/month), December 2012 43- Superfast broadband triple play pricing according to bandwidth 43- Superfast broadband product types 45- Main objectives per product type 45- Advantages and drawbacks of the scenarios for FTTx stakeholders 45- FTTx ARPU growth , by country (euros) 46- Geographical split of market revenues 2012-2017 46- Growth rate of superfast broadband revenues in the world, and part of FTTH/B architecture 2012-2017 47- Compared growth rates of superfast broadband subscribers and revenues, in EU27, North America, APAC, 2012-2017 47
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