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Jan 5, 2018 10:35 AM ET

2017 Guide for Decision Makers That Want to Invest in FTTH Projects in Emerging Economies

iCrowdNewswire - Jan 5, 2018

The “Is There an Opportunity for FTTH in Emerging Countries?” report has been added to Research and Markets’ offering.

With the ongoing acceleration in the way data consumption patterns are evolving, and the more rigorous demands by Internet users for service level agreements, the delivery pathways for connectivity solutions are inevitably subject to change. Today, emerging countries offer a set of windows of opportunity for the deployment of high-broadband networks including the rollout of FTTH projects.

This report aims at providing a guideline to decision makers, to highlight the important topics to be considered in FTTH deployment in emerging countries.

In addition, based on a four-scenario classification, the goal is to provide some insights to telecom players and governments that will help them understand the variables to consider when deploying a FTTH network, based on the type of emerging country which is their focus.

Seven emerging countries have been selected in order to gather insights and to show different approaches adopted in different regions: Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Indonesia, Philippines, Kenya and South Africa.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive Summary

2. Methodology & definitions

3. Emerging countries: scenarios and alternatives for FTTH
3.1. Four scenarios to classify emerging countries where FTTH want to be deployed
3.2. Key elements to take into account when deploying FTTH networks in emerging
3.3. FTTH: Realities observed in seven emerging countries
3.4. Additional factors to take into account when deploying FTTH in Emerging Countries

4. In-depth analysis by emerging country
4.1. Asia-Pacific
4.2. Latin America
4.3. Sub-Saharan Africa

5. Conclusions

Companies Mentioned

– Access Kenya
– Afrihost
– America NET
– Dark Fibre Africa
– Digital Villages
– Electronet
– Exim Bank of China
– FibreHoods
– Globe Telecom
– Helios Investment Partners
– Huawei
– i3 Africa
– Jamii Telecom
– Kenya Power
– Link Africa
– MTN South Africa
– Netflix
– Nokia
– Oi – Brazil Telecom
– Openserve
– Petrobras
– Prysmian
– Safaricom
– Sercomtel
– Sky Cable
– Smart Village
– Telebras
– Telefnica-Vivo
– Telkom
– TIM Brazil
– Vodacom
– Vogel Telecom
– Vox Telecom
– Vumatel
– Wananchi – Zuku

For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/vh43tw/2017_guide_for?w=3

Contact Information:

Research and Markets,
Laura Wood,
Senior Manager.
[email protected]
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