World Rural and Underserved Telephony Markets

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Table of Contents

World Rural and Underserved Telephony Markets, Executive SummaryThe World Market for Rural and Underserved Telephony: Cultivating the Markets of the FutureA Framework of OpportunitiesMarket Definitions and SegmentationScope and Structure of the ReportSummary of Major FindingsOverview of Market Growth OpportunitiesNext Generation NetworksRestraints and Opportunities in the Operating EnvironmentRegional World MarketsConclusionsConclusionsStrategic RecommendationsStrategic RecommendationsWorld Rural and Underserved Telephony Markets, Research Methodology and Industry FrameworkScope and Structure of the ReportScope and Structure of the ReportMarket Definitions—Defining and Re-defining RuralContextThe World Underserved MarketSubsegments of the MarketFramework for the Business Planning ProcessFramework for the Business Planning ProcessAssessment vs. Planning ActivitiesIdentifying Underserved OpportunitiesDecisions at the Corporate LevelMeasuring Service Market DemandMeasuring Service Market DemandSignificant Indicators of Service DemandService Model DefinitionService Model DefinitionSocial Development—Hierarchy of NeedsService MixTraffic Pattern/TopologyData CapabilitiesAssessing and Designing Technology SolutionsTechnology RequirementsTechnology Overview and SegmentationTechnology Solutions for Underserved EnvironmentsOperational Planning ProcessOperational Planning ProcessNotes on Cultivating DemandGlossary of TermsList of DefinitionsList of AcronymsWorld Rural and Underserved Telephony Markets, Summary of Key Challenges, Drivers and RestraintsIdentification of Challenges Facing the World Rural and Underserved Telephony MarketIdentification of Challenges Facing the World Rural and Underserved Telephony MarketWorld Economic Conditions Make Financing for Large Projects More Difficult to SecureService Business Is Profitable in the Long Term But Many Investors Prefer Short-Term ReturnsIncrease Awareness of the Viability and Strategic Value of Underserved Markets, Despite Their Historically Low ProfileThe Integration of Social Issues into the Business Planning ProcessSpecificity of Local Market Conditions Makes Market Assessment ComplexLack of Stable Regulatory and Political Environments Adds RiskLiberalization Creates Competitive Multi-provider Environments and Increases Market Complexity Continued Pressure to Reduce Hardware CostsIncrease Rate of Deployment to Meet Vast Unmet DemandRapid Evolution of Service Demand and Technologies Challenges Companies to Plan Scaleable NetworksExtension of Last Mile InfrastructureIs Precluded by Backbone Network Build OutMarket DriversMarket DriversLarge Unmet Demand for Telephony Services WorldwideLiberalization Opening up InternationalTelecom Markets to New Entrants and CompetitionHardware Prices Continue to Drop, Driving the Future Growth of the MarketNational and Regional Socio-economic Development Objectives Commercial Viability Displacing Universal Service/Access as Main Driver of Rural Remote Build OutUniversal Access ObjectivesContinued Development of Wireless TechnologiesHardware Providers Seeking Volume SalesSuccess of Public Call Office Service ModelInternet and Data Services Considered Critical to Socio-economic DevelopmentMarket RestraintsMarket RestraintsAmount of Financing Available to This MarketLiberalization of Telecom Markets Is a Relatively Slow ProcessSpectrum Allocation Issues in Some Countries Pose BarriersGrowth Limited by Rate of Tender for New Build-out by Incumbents and New EntrantsRelatively Low Per Capita Incomes in Some Potential Markets Disjuncture Between Demand for Data Services and Access to Funding for Data NetworksComplexity of Interconnection Agreements and Operational LogisticsCorporate and Fiscal Law in Some Countries Still RestrictiveImplementation Challenges Slows Rate of Roll-OutWorld Rural and Underserved Telephony Markets, The World Market for Rural and Underserved Telephony Services Forecast OverviewForecast OverviewAssumptions and MethodologyTotal Potential Underserved WorldMarket—Demand and Price SensitivitiesFilter Level 2—Total Realizable World Market ForecastTotal World Market—Retail Service MixTotal Underserved Forecasts by Subsegments SS1 and SS2Total Underserved Forecast by TechnologyWorld Rural and Underserved Telephony Markets, World Rural Remote Telephony MarketTotal Market AnalysisMarket Overview and DefinitionsForecast for World Market for Rural Remote TelephonyCharacteristics of the MarketCharacteristics of the MarketService RequirementsTechnology RequirementsLast-Mile SolutionsCombination Trunking and Last-Mile SolutionsNotes on Other Technologies not ForecastWorld Rural and Underserved Telephony Markets, World Latent Underserved Telephony MarketTotal Market AnalysisMarket Overview and DefinitionsForecast for World Market for Latent Underserved TelephonyCharacteristics of the MarketCharacteristics of the MarketService RequirementsTechnology RequirementsTechnology SolutionsLast-Mile SolutionsCombination Last-Mile/Trunking TechnologiesNotes on Other Last Mile Technologies not ForecastCompeting Wireline TechnologiesTrunking/Network SolutionsWorld Rural and Underserved Telephony Markets, Regional World Markets for Rural and Underserved TelephonyComparative Regional Market AnalysisDefinition of RegionsBasic Demographic ContextRegional Market AnalysesNorth AmericaAustralia/New ZealandLatin America Western EuropeEastern EuropeAfricaMiddle EastIndian Ocean RegionAsiaWorld Rural and Underserved Telephony Markets, Conclusions and Strategic RecommendationsIntroductionIntroductionConclusions for Service ProvidersConclusions for Hardware ProvidersConclusions for Both Service and Hardware ProvidersStrategic RecommendationsStrategic RecommendationsPlan for Long-Term Technology MigrationSeek Opportunities in both Liberalizing and Monopoly EnvironmentsAttribute an Appropriate Level of Risk When Weighing the Value of Underserved Markets in Overall Corporate StrategySeek to Understand the Significance of Development IssuesIn Business Planning, Pay as Much Attention to Non-technical Operational Costs as to Technology CostsMake a Commitment to Long-TermResearch to Maximize the Likelihood of SuccessFrost & Sullivan Industry AwardsFrost & Sullivan Industry AwardsCustomer Focus Award—IntelsatProduct Development Award—Alcatel M2A Multimedia TerminalEntrepreneurial Award: Grameen Phone/Grameen Bank of Bangladesh




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