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米国における郊外vs都市部の通信市場:市場および技術の変化(2009-2014年)

Rural versus Urban Telecommunications in the US: Changes in Markets and Technologies, 2009-2014

発行 Insight Research Corporation 商品コード 105159
出版日 ページ情報 英文
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米国における郊外vs都市部の通信市場:市場および技術の変化(2009-2014年) Rural versus Urban Telecommunications in the US: Changes in Markets and Technologies, 2009-2014
出版日: 2010年01月12日 ページ情報: 英文

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概要

当レポートでは、米国の都市部および郊外における先進通信サービスへのアクセス状況について調査し、都市部と郊外の住民の間に存在する格差、およびインターネットへの高速アクセスを提供する米国の自治体が示す多様なサービス様式を分析、ブロードバンド可用性の育成における政府刺激策の影響などについてまとめ、概略下記の構成でお届けいたします。

第1章 エグゼクティブサマリー

第2章 ブロードバンドおよびブロードバンド技術

  • ブロードバンドの定義
  • ブロードバンド技術
  • HFC
  • POTSベースのデジタル加入者回線
  • 電力線ブロードバンド(BPL)
  • FTTxネットワーク
  • ワイヤレスブロードバンド
  • 衛星ブロードバンド
  • ブロードバンド技術のサマリー

第3章 ブロードバンドの可用性

  • ブロードバンドの可用性
  • FCCブロードバンドデータ
  • ブロードバンド技術の可用性
  • 米国世帯におけるインターネット加入
  • ブロードバンド可用性のサマリー

第4章 ブロードバンド需要

  • ブロードバンド需要vs可用性
  • インターネットサービス無しの世帯
  • ダイヤルアップサービス世帯
  • コンピューターを保有していない世帯
  • PCを所有する非インターネット加入世帯
  • ブロードバンド需要予測:2008-2009年
  • ブロードバンド需要予測:2010-2014年
  • ブロードバンド加入者収益予測:2010-2014年
  • ブロードバンド予測のサマリー

第5章 ブロードバンドと米国政府

  • ブロードバンド刺激策
  • 連邦政府のブロードバンド支援
  • 州政府のブロードバンド支援
  • Broadband Data Improvement Act(ブロードバンド・データ改善法)およびブロードバンドマッピング
  • 刺激策
  • ブロードバンドイニシアティブおよびプログラムの刺激策
  • ブロードバンドプログラムによる影響の予測
  • ブロードバンドプログラムのサマリー

図表

目次

Even though more than twenty-percent of US households are situated in rural areas, can these subscribers expect the same access to broadband-based entertainment, information and commerce services as their urban and suburban counterparts? Is Washington ready to take further actions to push for larger subsidies to rural areas, and will such actions result in a comprehensive broadband deployment policy in under-served rural markets?

WiMax has already proven to be a boon to under-served areas oversea, but can the same gains be enjoyed in US? Among the rural subscribers' current options - Wi-Fi, DSL, cable, satellite, optical fiber and broadband over power lines - is there any technology or market breakthrough that threatens the status-quo?

Broadband penetration rates are expected to level off in urban areas, but the potential for growth exists in the underserved rural areas. In this study, Insight looks at the residential and business makeup in the rural areas and examines the economics of providing improved broadband services to this large, but too often ignored market.

Table of Contents

Chapter I

  • EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
  • 1.1 Urban vs. Rural: Digital Divide
  • 1.2 How Bad Off Are We?
  • 1.3 What Needs Changing: Availability or Demand?
  • 1.4 The Stimulus Plan and Broadband Availability

Chapter II

  • BROADBAND AND BROADBAND TECHNOLOGIES
  • 2.1 Broadband Defined
  • 2.2 Broadband Technologies
  • 2.3 Hybrid Fiber Coax
    • 2.3.1 HFC Components
    • 2.3.2 Data over Cable Service Interface Specification
  • 2.4 POTS-Based Digital Subscriber Line
  • 2.5 Broadband over Power Line
    • 2.5.1 Medium Voltage BPL Segment
    • 2.5.2 The Low Voltage BPL Segment
    • 2.5.3 Premise BPL Modems
  • 2.6 FTTx Networks
    • 2.6.1 Fiber to the Home
    • 2.6.2 Fiber to the Building
    • 2.6.3 Fiber to the Curb
    • 2.6.4 Fiber to the Node
    • 2.6.5 FTTx Architectures
  • 2.7 Wireless Broadband
    • 2.7.1 Wireless Fidelity
    • 2.7.2 Multichannel Multipoint Distribution Service
    • 2.7.3 Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access
  • 2.8 Satellite Broadband
  • 2.9 Broadband Technology Summary

Chapter III

  • BROADBAND AVAILABILITY
  • 3.1 Broadband Availability
  • 3.2 FCC Broadband Data
  • 3.3 Broadband Technology Availability
  • 3.4 US Household Internet Subscription
  • 3.5 Broadband Availability Summary

Chapter IV

  • BROADBAND DEMAND
  • 4.1 Broadband Demand versus Availability
  • 4.2 Households with No Internet Service
  • 4.3 Households with Dial-Up Service
  • 4.4 Households without Computers
  • 4.5 Non-Internet Subscriber Households with PCs
  • 4.6 Broadband Demand Forecast: 2008-2009
  • 4.7 Broadband Demand Forecast: 2010-2014
  • 4.8 Broadband Subscription Revenue Forecast: 2010-2014
  • 4.9 Broadband Demand Forecast Summary

Chapter V

  • BROADBAND AND THE US GOVERNMENT
  • 5.1 Broadband Stimulus Package: A Drop in the Barrel
  • 5.2 Federal Government Broadband Advocacy
  • 5.3 State Government Broadband Advocacy
  • 5.4 The Broadband Data Improvement Act and Broadband Mapping
  • 5.5 The Stimulus Package
  • 5.6 Stimulus Package Broadband Initiatives and Programs
    • 5.6.1 Broadband Program Definitions
    • 5.6.2 Broadband Programs
  • 5.7 Expected Broadband Program Impact
  • 5.8 Broadband Program Summary

Table of Figures

Chapter I

  • I-1. All US Households and Households with Internet Access, 2009
  • I-2. US Household Internet Access By Access Type

Chapter II

  • II-1. Typical HFC Cable System
  • II-2. Basic DOCSIS
  • II-3. DSL Architecture
  • II-3. DSL Architecture: Splitter-Less Connection
  • II-4. Typical BPL Architecture
  • II-5. Premise BPL Modem Architecture: Typical Configuration
  • II-6. Typical FTTH Deployment
  • II-7. Verizon FiOS Architecture Overview (FTTP)
  • II-8. Verizon FiOS Premise Architecture (FTTP)
  • II-9. FTTB Deployment Architecture
  • II-10. FTTC Deployment Architecture
  • II-11. FTTN Architecture
  • II-12. AT&T U-Verse (FTTN) Architecture Overview
  • II-13. AT&T U-Verse Premise Architecture ( FTTN)
  • II-14. AON Architecture
  • II-15. PON Architecture
  • II-16. LOS WiMAX Topology
  • II-17. NLOS WiMAX Topology
  • II-18. Sector Topology
  • II-19. Satellite (DBS) Broadband Data Network Architecture

Chapter III

  • III-1. All US Households and Households with Internet Access
  • III-2. All Urban Households and Urban Households with Internet Access
  • III-3. All Rural Households and Rural Households with Internet Access
  • III-4. US Household Internet Access by Type
  • III-5. Urban Household Internet Access by Type
  • III-6. Rural Household Internet Access by Type
  • III-7. All US Households & Households without Internet Access
  • III-8. All Urban Households & Urban Households without Internet Access
  • III-9. All Rural Households & Rural Households without Internet Access
  • III-10. All US Non-Broadband Households by Type

Chapter IV

  • IV-1. US Internet Access by Income
  • IV-2. US Households without Internet Access by Income
  • IV-3. US Dial-Up Households by Income
  • IV-4. Urban Dial-Up Households by Income
  • IV-5. Rural Dial-Up Households by Income
  • IV-6. US Dial-Up Households with Potential Broadband Interest
  • IV-7. Urban Dial-Up Households with Potential Broadband Interest
  • IV-8. Rural Dial-Up Households with Potential vs. Broadband Interest
  • IV-9. All US Households and Households w/o PCs by Income
  • IV-10. All Urban Households and Households w/o PCs by Income
  • IV-11. All Rural Households and Households w/o PCs by Income
  • IV-12. US Internet Non-Subscriber Households w/PCs by Income
  • IV-13. Urban Internet Non-Subscriber Households with PCs by Income
  • IV-14. Rural Internet Non-Subscriber Households w/PCs by Income
  • IV-15. US Broadband Take by Non-Internet Sub. Households w/PCs
  • IV-16. Urban Broadband Take by Non-Internet Sub. Households w/PCs
  • IV-17. Rural Broadband Take by Non-Internet Sub. Households w/PCs
  • IV-18. US Household Broadband Take by Income
  • IV-19. Urban Broadband Take by Income
  • IV-20. Rural Broadband Take by Income
  • IV-21. All US Broadband Households
  • IV-22. Urban Broadband Growth
  • IV-23. Rural Broadband Growth
  • IV-24. Growth of US Households
  • IV-25. Growth of US Household Broadband
  • IV-26. US Broadband Penetration
  • IV-27. Urban Broadband Penetration
  • IV-28. Rural Broadband Penetration
  • IV-29. Total US Broadband Subscription Revenue
  • IV-30. Urban Broadband Subscription Revenue
  • IV-31. Rural Broadband Subscription Revenue

Table of Tables

Chapter I

  • I-1. FCC Broadband Tiers and Speeds

Chapter II

  • II-1. DOCSIS Evolution: Service Comparison
  • II-2. DOCSIS Evolution: Customer Equipment
  • II-3. DOCSIS Evolution: Upload/Download Speeds
  • II-4. ADSL Technology Speeds
  • II-5. WiMAX NLOS Broadband Performance
  • II-6. Representative Satellite Service Package Speed

Chapter III

  • III-1. FCC Broadband Tiers and Speeds
  • III-2. Number of Residential High Speed Lines By Technology Type
  • III-3. ZIP Codes Covered by High Speed Line Provider (Percent)
  • III-4. % of ZIP Codes w/One or More Prov. of High-Speed Serv. by Type of Tech.
  • III-5. % of ZIP Codes w/Two or More Prov. of High-Speed Serv. by Type of Tech.
  • III-6. % by ZIP Code: Population Density and High Speed Presence

Chapter V

  • V-1. Broadband Stimulus Project Application Summary
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