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The NGA deployment case studies 3Q 2014

  • August 2014
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  • Analysys Mason
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  • 20 pages

The range of NGA technology options reflects the diversity of competitive pressures, geographies and demographics.
This report accompanies the latest update to Analysys Mason’s NGA tracker (included here as an Excel download), 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.

This report provides case studies on the following topics.

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.

COMPANY COVERAGE
The following companies are mentioned in this report.
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
Vumatel

Table Of Contents

The NGA deployment case studies 3Q 2014

Table of contents


About this report


Telecom Italia's NGA deployment plans focus on an increasingly aggressive FTTC roll-out


Regulation will play a key role in NGA developments in Italy [1]


Regulation will play a key role in NGA developments in Italy [2]


Telecom Italia has reported stronger-than-expected take-up of its FTTC offers


Vodafone's NGA strategy has focused on acquiring cable operators, renting NGA infrastructure from incumbents and building FTTH


Vodafone's FTTH roll-out plans for Portugal will entail higher coverage than in other markets


Vodafone's FTTH strategy in Portugal is driven by costs and competition


Vodafone's fixed broadband subscriber base in Portugal is growing significantly


Telekom Malaysia is rapidly rolling out its HSBB network, which has achieved strong take-up


Telekom Malaysia's retail offers restrict consumer choice and the majority take speeds of only 5Mbps


Telekom Malaysia clearly remains the dominant retail operator on the HSBB network


HSBB2 is set to expand high-speed coverage into additional areas of Malaysia


Telkom SA's NGA upgrades in South Africa have focused on FTTC-VDSL


Take-up of Telkom SA's VDSL offers has been very low


Telkom SA is now beginning to deploy FTTH, in response to competition from South Africa's mobile operators


About the author


About Analysys Mason


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List of figures


Figure 1: Summary of report coverage


Figure 2: NGA roll-out plans by operator, Italy


Figure 3a: Regulatory measures relating to NGA deployments in Italy


Figure 3b: Regulatory measures relating to NGA deployments in Italy


Figure 4: Telecom Italia's retail fixed broadband net additions, Italy, 1Q 2012-1Q 2014


Figure 5: Vodafone's fixed-line plans in selected countries


Figure 6: Vodafone's FTTH network coverage plans (excluding incumbent bitstream offers), selected markets


Figure 7: Vodafone's fixed broadband subscriber base, Portugal, 4Q 2012-1Q-2014


Figure 8: Fixed broadband net additions by operator, Portugal, 1Q 2014


Figure 9: HSBB premises passed, retail subscriptions and take-up, Malaysia, 2009-2013


Figure 10: Telekom Malaysia's retail prices for broadband packages by access speed, July 2014, and blended ARPU for HSBB services, 1Q 2014


Figure 11: Telekom Malaysia's blended ARPU for HSBB services, 1Q 2013-1Q 2014


Figure 12: HSBB service retail prices by package and operator, July 2014


Figure 13: HSBB net additions by operator, Malaysia, 1Q 2013-1Q 2014


Figure 14: Telkom SA's number of ports connected via MSAN access, South Africa, 3Q 2012-1Q 2014


Figure 15: Average local loop length, selected countries


Figure 16: Telkom SA's broadband service prices by download speed and technology, South Africa, June 2014

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