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See beyond realize the vision

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  2. 2. IMAGINE AFRICA, CONNECTED IMAGINE AFRICA, CONNECTED
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  7. 7. Impact of Improving Telephony Connectivity It is not just about Voice... $100,000 y = 23995x R2 = 0.6681 $10,000 $1,000 $100 0.0% 20.0% 40.0% 60.0% 80.0% 100.0% 120.0% For each 1% increase in Mobile penetration, GDP per capita goes up by US$240 Source: Michael Minges, TMG Telecom, and ITU World Telecommunications Database Statistics, 2003.
  8. 8. Country Internet Stages Worldwide and in Africa INTENSIVE (18 countries: none in Africa) EXTENSIVE FAMILIARISATION EARLY DAYS PROTO-INTERNET (23 countries: none in Africa) (39 countries: 3 in Africa) (32 countries: 11 in Africa) (45 countries: 31 in Africa)
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  10. 10. LTE Peak Data Rates LTE 291/79 Mbps (20 MHz) LTE LTE 278/57 Mbps (20 MHz) Peak Data Rate (Mobile) WWAN Bandwidth in a Mobile Environment IMT-2000 Technologies “Always on” packet data connections 1xEV EV-DO Rev B Scalable Bandwidth EV-DO 73.5 / 27 Mbps (20 MHz) 3GPP Rel 6 14.4/5.8 Mbps*** 3GPP Rel 5 (5 MHz) 7.2/ 0.384 Mbps** EV-DO Rev A (5 MHz) HSUPA 3.1/1.8 Mbps* HSDPA (1.25 MHz) 1xEV 1xEV EV-DO Rel 0 (Data Optimized) 2.4/ 0.153 Mbps (1.25 MHz) 384 kbps (5 MHz) 153.6 kbps (1.25MHz) 9.6 kbps IS-95 14.4 - 64 kbps 1X GSM 1993 1995 2000 2001 WCDMA EDGE < 160 kbps GPRS < 60 kbps 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Commercial Availability
  11. 11. African operators need to leverage Paradigm shift Towards Distributed Architecture Voice Voice IP Applications Application … Session … Bearer T D M T D M I P … … Access Mobile Fixed Internet NGN/IMS Core Session Control IP Bearer Backbone PDSN CDMA AC WiFi/WiMax GGSN GPRS/UMTS Goal is to move to a truly access agnostic core network in the future BRAS xDSL/LAN
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  23. 23. Impact of Improving Connectivity It is about voice and data… $100,000 GDP per capita, 2002 y = 48948x + 103.27 R2 = 0.7387 $10,000 $1,000 0.0% 0.1% 1.0% 10.0% $100 100.0% Internet penetration, 2002 For each 1% increase in Internet penetration, GDP per capita goes up by US$593
  24. 24. Beyond Voice is the World of Mobile Data • Non-voice Applications are Driving Wireless Growth Growing Big Tomatoes Essential Steps; Great Payoffs News Position Location Push to Talk Music Photo Sharing Entertainment Email Sports Multiplayer Gaming Video Monitoring
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  26. 26. IMAGINE AFRICA, CONNECTED IMAGINE AFRICA, CONNECTED
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  32. 32. Network Readiness Index NRI Clusters to determine recommended TAM vs GDP Stage 10 NRI Rating 5.11 – 5.85 TAM/GDP Ratio: 0.205% Examples: Hong Kong, Singapore, UK, USA, Germany Stage 9 NRI Rating 4.24 – 5.10 TAM/GDP Ratio: 0.167% Examples: Chile, Czech Republic, KSA, UAE, Bahrain, Hungary Stage 8 NRI Rating 3.88 – 4.23 TAM/GDP Ratio: 0.122% Examples: Brazil ,South Africa, Turkey, Jordan, Kuwait Stage 7 NRI Rating 3.68 – 3.87 TAM/GDP Ratio: 0.104% Examples: Egypt, Mexico, Poland, Russia, Bulgaria Stage 6 NRI Rating 3.36 – 3.67 TAM/GDP Ratio: 0.080% Examples: Argentina, Nigeria, Morocco, Peru, Serbia Stage 5 NRI Rating 3.03 – 3.35 TAM/GDP Ratio: 0.078% Examples: Algeria, Kenya, Libya, Pakistan, Tajikistan Stage 1-4 NRI Rating 0-3.02 TAM/GDP Ratio: 0.059% Examples: Angola, Cameroon, Mozambique, Tanzania, Uganda
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