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欧州におけるギガビットシティ

Is Europe Ready for Gigabit Cities?

発行 Heavy Reading 商品コード 341688
出版日 ページ情報 英文 17 Pages
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欧州におけるギガビットシティ Is Europe Ready for Gigabit Cities?
出版日: 2015年09月30日 ページ情報: 英文 17 Pages
概要

欧州では、ギガビットサービスは非常に断片的です。移行が進んでいるところもあれば、まだほとんど進んでいないところもあります。フランス、ノルウェー、スイスなど、一部の国では、順調に進んでいます。

当レポートでは、欧州におけるギガビットサービスの現状について調査分析し、動き、必要性、状況、ケーススタディなど、体系的な情報を提供しています。

第1章 エグゼクティブサマリー

第2章 欧州とギガビットの動き

第3章 ギガビットを必要とする場合

  • アプリの格差
  • スピードが売り
  • 技術のイネーブラー

第4章 欧州の状況

  • 場当たり的
  • 多くは積極的
  • 規制の状況
  • 誰が何を

第5章 ケーススタディ

  • Altibox
  • Swisscom

第6章 結論と予測

目次

To date, the U.S. has made most of the running in the Gigabit Cities "movement." Are European cities also ready to supply gigabit services to businesses and households? In this report, we discuss the key factors - supply-side, demand-side and regulatory - that are encouraging or retarding the supply of gigabit services in Europe.

We conclude that the European market is highly fragmented, but that the shift to gigabit services has already begun in some places. In some countries, such as France, Norway and Switzerland, the shift is well underway; in others, such as Germany and the U.K., it has barely begun. Key catalysts include strong competition in many countries, a ready appetite for high-speed services (with steady growth in line speeds in most countries) and a favorable local environment in many cities, including clear regulation and high numbers of households in apartment buildings.

On the minus side, low fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) penetration, lack of public funds, inconsistent regulation and skepticism (especially among major telcos) about the rationale for gigabit services are all potentially holding things back. There is plenty of opportunity here, but vendors will need to pick their markets carefully.

This report summarizes gigabit services available (or planned) from 12 European service providers, including in-depth profiles of leading broadband operators Altibox and Swisscom.

As in many other areas of the European access market, there will be enormous variation between different countries and regions, as shown in the excerpt below. In countries such as Norway, Romania and Sweden, gigabit services are already generally available in major urban areas; but in many others, it will be years before this happens. Differing levels of competition, regulation, ease of deployment of FTTH, attitudes of the key incumbents and cable operators all can explain these differences.

Excerpt: European Gigabit Leaders & Laggards

                        Source: Heavy Reading estimates

Could a Europe-wide gigabit movement like that in the U.S., perhaps initiated by the European Commission, ignite? The Commission's existing Digital Agenda has certainly been effective in concentrating the minds of national regulators on the need to set speed targets. The current key target is 100 Mbit/s, but a revised agenda with 1 Gbit/s as the aim would surely help. But whether the kind of grassroots, bottom-up, community-focused campaign that we have seen in the U.S. could happen is more moot. At the national level, we may well see such activity. But Europe as a whole will likely see widespread variation in gigabit availability for many years to come.

Table of Contents

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • 1.1. Key Findings
  • 1.2. Companies Covered

2. EUROPE & THE GIGABIT MOVEMENT

3. WHO NEEDS A GIGABIT?

  • 3.1. The App Gap
  • 3.2. Speed Sells
  • 3.3. Technology Enablers

4. THE EUROPEAN SCENE

  • 4.1. A Patchwork Continent
  • 4.2. Plenty of Positives
  • 4.3. The Regulatory Scene
  • 4.4. Who Is Doing What?

5. CASE STUDIES

  • 5.1. Altibox
  • 5.2. Swisscom

6. CONCLUSION & PROGNOSIS

TERMS OF USAGE

GIGABIT SERVICES PROVIDERS COVERED

  • Altibox SA
  • Bouygues SA (Euronext: EN)
  • Bredband2 i Skandinavien AB (Stockholm: BRE2)
  • Com Hem AB (Stockholm: COMH)
  • Free SAS, a subsidiary of Iliad SA (Euronext: ILD)
  • Numericable-SFR SA (Euronext: NUM)
  • Orange SA (Euronext: ORA; NYSE: ORAN)
  • RCS & RDS SA
  • Swisscom AG (SIX: SCMN)
  • TeliaSonera AB (OMX: TLSN)
  • T¨rk Telekom¨nikasyon A.S. (BIST: TTKOM)
  • Turkcell Iletisim Hizmetleri A.S. (BIST: TCELL; NYSE: TKC)
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