FTTH/B Deployments Market in Asia Pacific - Market Size, Trends and Forecast Report by ResearchMoz

on Thursday, 6 November 2014
ResearchMoz.us include new market research report " FTTH/B Deployments in Asia Pacific - Keys to Enhancing Service Availability, Proposition and Uptake" to its huge collection of research reports.

"FTTH/B Deployments in Asia Pacific: Keys to Enhancing Service Availability, Proposition and Uptake,' a Research Report by Pyramid Research, is an assessment of FTTH/B deployments, service offerings and performance in the APAC region to date identifying what works and what doesn't and providing strategic insight for a growing market opportunity.

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Japanese incumbent NTT was the first operator in the APAC region to invest in a FTTH/B network beginning in 2000. The region has come a long way since then, with deployments across developed and emerging countries in the region driving up the total FTTH/B lines to 117m in 2014, 34% of the total broadband lines. As fiber technology and deployment costs drop, expect operators across the region to roll out faster fiber connections and expand network coverage to satisfy expected consumer traffic over the medium and long term.

In this report, we analyze last-mile technology adoption trends and network deployment strategies, investments, stakeholders and best practices in the Asia Pacific region. We also explore FTTH/B 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 FTTH/B network investments. The report includes case studies of Australia's NBN and its wholesale partners, China Telecom, Korean incumbent KT and Telekom Malaysia.

The report is organized as follows:
  • Section 1 examines network technology, deployment and investment trends
  • Section 2 provides a review of commercial strategies for FTTH/B service providers
  • Section 3 incorporates network operator and service provider case studies from Australia, China, Malaysia, and South Korea
  • Section 4 presents key takeaways from our analysis as well as Pyramid's recommendations.
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Reasons To Buy:-
  • The 'FTTH/B Deployments in Asia Pacific: Keys to Enhancing Service Availability, Proposition and Uptake' report provides a comprehensive examination of lessons learned and best practices from FTTH/B network deployments across Asia Pacific, which boasts the largest base of FTTH/B lines in the world, to help executives make informed network investment decisions, develop effective partnerships and alliances and optimize return on investment.  
  • This report provides a five-year forecast of FTTH/B lines, developed using Pyramid Research's rigorous bottom-up modeling methodologies, to enable executives to assess growth opportunities and position their companies for emerging trends in demand.
  • The comparative analysis of commercial strategies including service portfolios, differentiation, positioning and pricing for FTTH/B, LTE, and other broadband technologies and key takeaways and recommendations will help network operators and service providers to develop innovative, effective business models to drive adoption of their fiber broadband offerings.


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