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4th Generation Regulation: driving digital communications ahead
4th Generation Regulation: driving digital communications ahead
4th Generation Regulation: driving digital communications ahead
4th Generation Regulation: driving digital communications ahead
4th Generation Regulation: driving digital communications ahead
4th Generation Regulation: driving digital communications ahead
4th Generation Regulation: driving digital communications ahead
4th Generation Regulation: driving digital communications ahead
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4th Generation Regulation: driving digital communications ahead

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14th + special edition of ITU's Trends in Telecommunication Reform report examines the evolution towards 4th generation ICT regulation and the evolving role of ICT regulators as partners for economic …

14th + special edition of ITU's Trends in Telecommunication Reform report examines the evolution towards 4th generation ICT regulation and the evolving role of ICT regulators as partners for economic development and social inclusion.

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  • 1. Committed to Connecting the World 4th Generation Regulation Driving Digital Communications Ahead Special Edition www.itu.int/trends-special Mario Maniewicz, Chief Infrastructure, Enabling environment and e-applications Department Telecommunication Development Bureau (BDT) International Telecommunication Union (ITU)
  • 2. Committed to Connecting the World Growth in IP traffic, apps and trends • Mobile cellular subscriptions nearly equals the world’s population • Smartphones are leading the way in drawing consumers online • IP traffic continues to show healthy growth • Mobile video traffic accounts for more than 50 per cent of mobile data traffic • Apps market adds millions of users per month Source: ITU, based on data from ITU, Gartner, Cisco VNI, Telegeography and IDC.
  • 3. Committed to Connecting the World Why move towards 4.0 generation regulation? Source: ITU World Telecommunication/ICT Regulatory and Indicators databases. Note: *2013 estimates.
  • 4. Committed to Connecting the World The need for more spectrum TV White Spaces: what are they and how they are being used? Approved database for assigning available TV frequencies Mobile Fixed TVWS low power BS (consults DB for TV available channels) TV Broadcasting (transmits using channels X,Y in a given region) Delivery of fixed & mobile broadband by opportunistically using TV spectrum
  • 5. Committed to Connecting the World Radio production TV production OTT service providers Mass storage Operator 2 IPcorenetwork (Converged fixed/mobile network) Operator 1 IP core network (Converged fixed/mobile network) Interconnection Point to point backhaul 3G/4G WiMax mast 3G/4G WiMax mast Smart phone, tablet or lap top Office/home WiFi WiMax Street box Office/home WiFi Office/home WiFi FibreringFibrering Communications in a digital world • Technical convergence • Interconnection to be kept simple • Digital broadcasting and new online content, new delivery means: new business models (advertizing), and importance of managing traffic flow • Online financial transactions: protect consumers and prevent misuse • Need for more IP addresses to connect all devices
  • 6. Committed to Connecting the World 4th generation regulation to facilitate and enable backbone deployment, connectivity and access Source: ITU. Note: Based on selected countries within each region.
  • 7. Committed to Connecting the World 4.0 generation regulation the evolving role of the regulator
  • 8. Committed to Connecting the World Table of contents 1. Key ICT market and regulatory trends 2. Fourth-generation regulation: A new model of regulation for the digital ecosystem 3. White Spaces: Managing Spaces or Better Managing Inefficiencies? 4. Interconnection Charging Models in a National Broadband Network Environment 5. Digital Broadcasting and Online Content Delivery 6. Digital Transactions in Today’s Smart Society 7. The Need for More IP Addresses 8. Conclusions 4th Generation Regulation : Driving Digital Communications Ahead Special Edition www.itu.int/trends-special

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