DALLAS, January 9, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
ReportsnReports.com adds NGA Deployment Case Studies 3Q 2014 market research report on operators' next-generation access (NGA) deployment plans to the IT & Telecommunications industry intelligence collection of its online business research and data library.
The range of NGA technology options reflects the diversity of competitive pressures, geographies and demographics. This report accompanies the latest update to an NGA tracker (in an Excel), which provides critical information on all the major FTTH, FTTC, VDSL and cable (DOCSIS3.0) roll-outs, allowing readers to research and compare operators' next-generation access (NGA) deployment plans. The report provides case studies of major new roll-outs, innovative roll-outs and major changes in operators' fixed broadband strategy. Complete industry research on NGA Deployment Case Studies 3Q 2014 is available at http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/297589-nga-deployment-case-studies-3q-2014.html .
This next generation access deployment report provides case studies on:
Telecom Italia's NGA roll-out plans, focusing on its FTTC-VDSL deployment and associated regulatory issues.
Vodafone's FTTH strategy in Portugal, assessing its place within the wider Vodafone Group strategy.
Telekom Malaysia's HSBB FTTH and FTTB roll-out (a public-private partnership open-access NGA network), examining take-up on the network.
Telkom South Africa's FTTC-VDSL and FTTH network upgrades.
Companies like Astro, Cabovisão, Fastweb, Kabel Deutschland, Link Africa, Orange Spain, Maxis, MTN, NOS (formerly ZON Optimus), Packet 1 Networks, Portugal Telecom, Sky Italia, Telecom Italia, Telekom Malaysia, Telkom SA, TIME dotcom, Vodacom, Vodafone and Vumatel are mentioned in this report available for purchase at http://www.reportsnreports.com/Purchase.aspx?name=297589 .
Another report on FTTH/B Deployments in Asia Pacific - Keys to Enhancing Service Availability, Proposition and Uptake analyzes last-mile technology adoption trends and network deployment strategies, investments, stakeholders and best practices in the Asia Pacific region. The report also explores FTTx service positioning and pricing strategies as well as adoption and revenue trends across the region's diverse market environment, taking into consideration the impact of LTE availability on FTTx network investments. The report includes case studies of Australia's NBN and its wholesale partners, China Telecom, Korean incumbent KT and Telekom Malaysia.
Asia Pacific (APAC) is the leading region for adoption of FTTH/B-based broadband services with an estimated total of 117.4m lines in 2014, or over 68% of global broadband lines. FTTH/B comprises 34% of the region's broadband accounts in 2014, and will account for more than half by 2018. The main driver of FTTH/B network expansion in the APAC region is governmental involvement, as a financial backer as well as a partner in the development of a robust ecosystem of market players, products and services as well as the creation of awareness for fiber-based services.
We have identified three approaches to network deployment in the region: service provider-led deployments, public-private partnerships and government-led deployments. The latter two models, resulting in open-access networks, will lead the next wave of growth in FTTH/B broadband lines in the region.
FTTH/B has seen highest penetration in developed markets, with Hong Kong and South Korea boasting the world's highest household penetration rates, but there are a bevy of fiber deployment projects underway in emerging markets in the region including China, India, Malaysia, Indonesia and Vietnam. China presents the largest deployment scale in the region, reaching 200m homes by 2015.
Despite the disparity in overall fiber uptake in the region, operators have largely done well in selecting areas for network deployment, boasting take-rates of over 40%.
Growth opportunities are ripe in the enterprise market, particularly the SME market, for FTTx-based solutions including connectivity as well as cloud-based, hosted applications. While LTE poses a competitive threat for FTTx-based broadband access and has led to revised investment plans for FTTH/B networks, increased mobile data traffic presents a revenue opportunity: FTTx can be positioned as a backhaul solution for 3G / 4G base stations (Fiber to the antenna [FTTA]) and Wi-Fi hotspots.
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The DOCSIS3.0 Channel Bonding for Cable Operators: An Assessment of Current and Future Trends market research report says most cable operators have already implemented DOCSIS3.0 channel bonding, but the potential exists for these operators to increase the maximum number of bonded channels. This Viewpoint provides an overview of the extent to which operators have implemented downstream and upstream channel bonding. It also assesses expected future trends with regards to operators bonding greater numbers of channels.
This Viewpoint report (http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/297676-docsis30-channel-bonding-for-cable-operators-an-assessment-of-current-and-future-trends.html ) provides an assessment of the benefits of DOCSIS3.0 channel bonding in terms of the network's increased maximum speeds and capacity; coverage of the availability of cable modems and cable modem termination system (CMTS) equipment that can support bonding of increasing numbers of channels as well as an commentary on the extent to which operators can increase the number of channels used for data in order to increase the size of the bonding group.
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