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世界のモバイル通信オペレーターの戦略分析(MOSA)‐四半期アップデート:アダプティブスマートセルの加速、LTE Advancedへ向かうオペレーターの最初のステップ

MOSA Quarterly Report - Issue 21: Adaptive smart cells accelerating; first operator steps to LTE Advanced

発行 Maravedis, Inc. 商品コード 277814
出版日 ページ情報 英文
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世界のモバイル通信オペレーターの戦略分析(MOSA)‐四半期アップデート:アダプティブスマートセルの加速、LTE Advancedへ向かうオペレーターの最初のステップ MOSA Quarterly Report - Issue 21: Adaptive smart cells accelerating; first operator steps to LTE Advanced
出版日: 2013年07月08日 ページ情報: 英文
概要

当レポートでは、世界各国のモバイル通信市場の最新動向(特に4GやLTEの導入状況)について分析し、10項目の観点から市場全体およびオペレーター各社(計100社)の最新動向を調査すると共に、各項目に関して先進的な取り組みを実施している主導的企業について詳細に評価して、その結果を概略以下の構成でお届けします。

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第1章:促進要因

  • モバイルブロードバンドの需要
  • LTE加入者成長
  • 新しいアプリケーション

第2章 課題

  • 容量の逼迫vs.ARPU
  • スペクトルの逼迫
  • スペクトルの主な四半期動向
  • 顧客エクスペリエンス

第3章 ソリューション

  • スモールセル
    • 課題
    • SWOT:AT&T
  • クラウドRAN
    • SWOT:NTTドコモ
  • キャリアWi-Fi
    • O2 UK
  • マルチバンドLTEおよびマルチモード
    • SWOT:China Mobile
    • TDD導入および四半期ハイライト
  • バックホール容量
    • SWOT:KDDI
  • コアネットワーク戦略
    • SDN
    • SWOT:Orange
  • EDGEネットワーキング・最適化
    • SWOT:Maxis
  • VoLTEおよびRCS
    • SWOT:Telefonica
  • LTE-Advancedへの進歩
    • SWOT:SK Telecom

第4章 動向と予測

  • FDD-LTE動向・予測
  • 四半期の地域別LTEハイライト
  • LTE加入者動向
  • LTEインフラ契約・動向
  • WiMAX動向
  • 4G加入者の予測
目次

Abstract

MOSA stands for Mobile Operator Strategy Analysis. MOSA is the ONLYexclusive Operator Tracking Service focusing on the leading 100 4G operator wireless infrastructure strategies

MOSA Coverage

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100 Operators Covered

  • India :Aircel
  • India :Bharti Airtel
  • China :China Mobile
  • China :China Telecom
  • China :China Unicom
  • Taiwan :Chunghwa Telecom
  • Hong Kong :CSL Limited
  • Japan :EMOBILE Ltd
  • Taiwan :FarEasTone
  • Philippines :Globe Telecom
  • Japan :KDDI
  • South Korea :Korea Telecom(LTE)
  • South Korea :LG U+
  • Malaysia :Maxis Communications
  • Japan :NTT DOCOMO
  • Australia :Optus/vividwireless
  • Malaysia :Packet One Networks (P1)
  • India :Reliance Industries Limited
  • Singapore :SingTel
  • South Korea :SK Telecom.
  • Philippines :Smart Communications
  • Japan :SOFTBANK MOBILE
  • New Zealand :Telecom New Zealand
  • Australia :Telstra
  • India :Tikona Digital Networks
  • Mexico :America Movil (Telcel)
  • Uruguay :Antel
  • Colombia :Claro
  • Chile :Claro
  • Jamaica :Digicel
  • Brazil :Embratel / Telmex
  • Chile :Entel
  • Venezuela :MovilMax
  • Brazil :Oi Brazil
  • Puero Rico :Open Mobile
  • Brazil :Sky Brazil
  • Argentina :Telecom Argentina (Personal)
  • Mexico :Telefonica / Movistar Mexico
  • Colombia :UNE Telecomunicaciones
  • Denmark :3
  • Poland :Aero2 Group
  • France :Bouygues Telecom
  • Finland :Elisa
  • UK :Everything Everywhere
  • Belgium :KPN Group
  • Russia :MegaFon
  • Russia :MTS/Comstar
  • Sweden :Net4Mobility
  • Germany :O2 Germany
  • France :Orange
  • Russia :Rostelecom
  • France :SFR
  • Portugal :TDC
  • Sweden :Tele2
  • Italy :Telecom Italia
  • UK :Telefonica O2
  • Spain :Telefonica Spain
  • Austria :Telekom Austria
  • Norway :Telenor
  • Denmark :TeliaSonera
  • Sweden :Teliasonera
  • Norway :Teliasonera
  • Portugal :TMN
  • Austria :T-Mobile Austria
  • Germany :T-Mobile International AG
  • Turkey :Turkcell
  • Russia :Vimpelcom
  • Germany :Vodafone Germany
  • Russia :Yota
  • UAE :Etisalat
  • Saudi Arabia :Mobily
  • Namibia :MTC Namibia
  • South Africa :MTN
  • Saudi Arabia :Saudi Telecom Company (STC)
  • South Africa :Vodacom
  • Saudi Arabia :ZAIN
  • USA :AT&T
  • Canada :Bell Canada
  • USA :Clearwire USA
  • USA :Dish Network
  • USA :Leap Wireless
  • Canada :Rogers Wireless
  • USA :Sprint Nextel
  • Canada :Telus Mobility
  • USA :T-Mobile USA
  • USA :Verizon Wireless
  • Malaysia :DiGi
  • UK :Telefonica O2
  • Qatar :Ooredoo
  • Malaysia :Celcom Axiata
  • Brazil :Claro
  • Spain :Vodafone
  • Spain :Orange
  • Portugal :Optimus
  • Czech :Telefonica O2
  • Switzerland :Swisscom
  • Italy :3 Italia
  • Italy :Vodafone
  • Netherlands :T-Mobile
  • Nigeria :Airtel

MOSA Deliverables:

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Structure of MOSA

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MOSA Matrix

Top 100 4G operators analyzed against 10 key trends identified by MaRefor their impact on the 4G business case

  • Small cells and HetNet
  • Multiband LTE deployments including carrier aggregation
  • TD-LTE and converged FD/TD-LTE
  • Voice strategies including VoLTE
  • LTE-Advanced deployment/contribution
  • Cloud RAN
  • Machine-to-machine services
  • Advanced backhaul strategies
  • Mobile cloud services
  • Innovative applications including vertical markets

In each key topic area, gold standard operators selected and analyzed in depth for their market leadership in the area. The business case and prospects of others are assessed against the same criteria.

Executive Summary

At the heart of the Mobile Operator Strategy Analysis (MOSA) service is the MOSA Matrix. This assesses the TOP 100 4G operators against the 10 Key technology and business trends, identified by Maravedis-Rethink as critical for business success. For the second quarter of 2013, the following operators were identified as leaders in these areas:

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Selected research forecasts in the MOSA key trends

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Keyc hanges in the quarter:

Small cells:

Forecasts for 2018 adjusted slightly upwards to 3.5m public access units in that year, but in 2013-2015, operators focusing more than expected on indoors, delaying outdoor roll-out

Increased focus on intelligence and adaptive networks:

Differentiation moves from hardware, to intelligence from core to backhaul to edge Key trends to watch: RAN caching, emergence of carrier SDN, cell breathing, optimization

Commercial LTE-A:

SK Telecom initiates commercial services with some features of LTE-A In 2013-2014, 28% of LTE operators will implement some LTE-A features, mainly CA and elClC

Backhaul:

While fiber remains critical for metrocells, wireless is defining its role for Wi-Fi and fixed access, as well as some metrozones, and Google Project Loon revives interest in satellite

Forecasts:

LTE subscriber base will reach 1.4bn by 2018, driving a slight increase in 4G RAN deployment forecast- 1,500 macro/C-RAN cell sites in 2018 and 3.5m small cell sites deployed

Sample SWOT: AT&T small cells

AT&T

  • Extensive femtocell roll-out
  • Goal to deploy 40K metrocells in 2013-14
  • Strong ecosystem control via Cisco (Intucell etc)
  • Aims for multimode 2014. then Wi-Fi integration
  • Drives shole sector via influence in industry bodies
  • Comment: By setting a public and ambitious target and working with standard architectures, AT&T is establishing the rules for mass roll-outs

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Sample forecast

Metrocellbackhaul

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Table of Contents

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

SECTION 1: DRIVERS

  • Mobile broadband demand
  • LTE subscriber growth
  • New applications

SECTION 2: CHALLENGES

  • Capacity crunch versus ARPU
  • Spectrum crunch
  • Key quarterly spectrum trends
  • Customer experience

SECTION 3: SOLUTIONS

  • Small cells
    • Challenges
    • SWOT: AT&T
  • Cloud-RAN
    • SWOT: NTT Docomo
  • Carrier Wi-Fi
    • O2 UK
  • Multiband LTE
    • Carrier aggregation
    • SWOT: AT&T
  • TD-LTE and multimode
    • SWOT: China Mobile
    • TDD deployments and quarterly highlights
  • Backhaul capacity
    • SWOT: KDDI
  • Core network strategies
    • SDN
    • SWOT: Orange
  • EDGE networking and optimization
    • SWOT: Maxis
  • VoLTEand RCS
    • SWOT: Telefonica
  • Progress to LTE-Advanced
    • SWOT: SK Telecom

SECTION 4: TRENDS AND FORECASTS

  • FDD-LTE trends and forecasts
  • Regional LTE highlights of the quarter
  • LTE subscriber trends
  • LTE infrastructure contracts and trends
  • WiMAXtrends and forecast
  • 4G subscriber forecast
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