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  • |Malaysian Communications & Multimedia Commission| An overview of the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia (C & M) Industry Opportunities of Partnerships with Telecom and Broadcast French Companies Double Tree, Kuala Lumpur 24 September 2012 |Malaysian Communications & Multimedia Commission| © SKMM 2012 1
  • |Malaysian Communications & Multimedia Commission| Content • Introduction • Overview of C & M market • What we are doing? 2
  • |Malaysian Communications & Multimedia Commission| MALAYSIA IN BRIEF • Total Area: 328,550 sq km • Population: 28.85 million (2012) • Population Density: 88 persons per sq km • Urban Population: 71% of Total (2012) • Households: 6.710 million (2012) Economy • Gross Domestic Product (GDP): USD243 billion (Ringgit 3.2= 1USD) • GDP growth 2011: 5.1% Quality of Life • GNI per Capita (PPP): RM23,567 (USD7318.94) • Literacy rate: 92% • Unemployment rate : 2.9% MALAYSIA 3 © SKMM 2012
  • |Suruhanjaya Komunikasi & Multimedia Malaysia| INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK UNDER THE COMMUNICATIONS AND MULTIMEDIA ACT (CMA) 1998 Parliament Cabinet Directions Consumers Appeal Tribunal Minister Ministry Appeals Recommendations MCMC Consultative Regulation Enforcement Industry Players Industry Fora [Consumer, Content, Access and Technical] 4 © SKMM 2012
  • |Suruhanjaya Komunikasi & Multimedia Malaysia| MCMC – Regulator & Promoter of C&M Industry A statutory corporation – Established by the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission Act 1998 (MCMCA) – Effective from 1 November 1998 10 National Fundamental Principles of CMA 1998 Policy Objectives National Policy Objectives Transparency Principle of Self Regulation Technology neutrality Consumer protection Main Parts under the CMA • • • • • Licensing Economic Regulation Technical Regulation Consumer Protection Social Regulation Creating a global hub 2. Building a civil society 3. Nurturing local content and culture 4. Ensuring long-term benefits for endusers 5. Nurturing user confidence 6. • • • • • 1. Promoting access and equity 7. Creating a robust applications environment 8. Facilitating efficient allocation of resources 9. Developing industry capabilities 10. Promoting safe & secure network 5 © SKMM 2012 5 5
  • |Suruhanjaya Komunikasi & Multimedia Malaysia| Licensing for Convergence The old licenses that were issued were based on specific technologies, and specific services Licenses issued under CMA98 are technology-neutral and service-neutral * Applications Services - Network Services 133 28 Network Facilities Broadcasting licence Content Services 39 130 25 31 713 The new licensing framework promotes vertical separation between facilities, network, applications, and content – *Number of individual and class (black text) licences in 2011 Under the old licensing framework all activities related to the provision of a particular service are vertically integrated for the provision of that service 6 © SKMM 2012
  • |Malaysian Communications & Multimedia Commission| Content • Introduction • Overview of C & M market • What we are doing? 7
  • |Malaysian Communications & Multimedia Commission| Communications and Multimedia Outlook…… 63.9% 5,700,000 Household Broadband Penetration Total Broadband Subscriptions (As of 28 August 2012) 3,000,000 17,500,000 Total Mobile Broadband Subscriptions Internet User Nationwide 81% 95% 3G Coverage on Populated Area Cellular Coverage on Populated Area 37,000,000 11,300,000 Cellular Subscriptions 3G Subscriptions 128.7% Cellular Penetration Rate © SKMM 2012 8
  • |Malaysian Communications & Multimedia Commission| Subscriptions ('000) HSBB Subscriptions 350,0 300,0 250,0 200,0 150,0 100,0 50,0 0,0 2010 Q3 Q4 Cellular Phones Subscriptions Subscriptions (million) Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 2011 Q1 2012 3G Subscriptions 40,0 12,0 35,0 10,0 30,0 Subscriptions (million) 8,0 25,0 6,0 20,0 15,0 4,0 10,0 2,0 5,0 0,0 0,0 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Q1 2012 © SKMM 2012 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 9
  • |Malaysian Communications & Multimedia Commission| Communication & Multimedia Industry has contributed RM46.8 billion in 2011 compared to RM45 billion in 2010. Post 2% Others 1% Broadcaster 10% Free to Air TV 2,1% Pay TV 6,8% Pos Malaysia 2,5% Others 2,1% Fixed Line 20% Telecommunication Sector 87% Mobile 66,5% Segment Revenue (RM) Mobile 31.5 Billion Fixed Line 9.2 Billion Free to Air TV 1.0 Billion Pay TV 3.2 Billion Pos Malaysia 1.2 Billion Others (ACE market) 0.7 Billion TOTAL REVENUE 46.8 Billion © SKMM 2012 10
  • |Malaysian Communications & Multimedia Commission| Communications & Multimedia Industry Revenue (2006 - 2011) RM (billion) 55 50 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 2006 2007 Fixed Line 2008 Mobile 2009 Broadcasting © SKMM 2012 2010 2011 Total (RM billion) 11
  • |Suruhanjaya Komunikasi & Multimedia Malaysia| Demand for higher speed continues to fuel broadband growth in fixed and mobile services by the various technology offerings in the market Broadband Subs Total Subscriptions (‘000) 3500,00 Wireless BB 3000,00 2500,00 xDSL (fixed BB) 2000,00 1500,00 1000,00 500,00 WiMax 0,00 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 FTTH & UniFi 2011 Total Subscriptions (‘000) Technology 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 xDSL (fixed BB) 247.8 477.7 735.9 1002.4 1284.8 1513.5 1777.5 1791.8 Wireless BB - 5.9 13.1 96.3 386.2 927.8 2607.6 - 0 0 0 0 0 233.4 242.2 FTTH & UniFi - 0 0 0 0 0 38.0 248.9 1.8 14.4 10.5 10.4 31.2 66.3 66.8 75.5 2. xDSL  Low yearly growth  More promotion and awareness on fixed broadband can increase the take up. 3. WiMAX  Start to have subscription in 2010  Low take up increase is probably due to the quality of services. 3212.6 WiMax 1. Mobile Broadband  Sharp increase in Mobile Broadband is because of the distribution of Komputer 1Malaysia with WiFi services.  3G prepaid and 3G pay per use also included Others xDSL : ADSL, SDSL & VDSL Wireless BB : Mobile broadband, 3G(PPU) & Prepaid, WiFi Others : Satelite, EV-DO, Fixed Wireless, CBC, others. 12 * Data as of 31 Dec 2011 Source: MCMC © SKMM 2012 4. FTTH and UniFi  Start to have subscription in 2010  High demand and show encouraging take up  More promotion and awareness on UniFi can increase the take up. 12
  • |Malaysian Communications & Multimedia Commission| Content • Introduction • Overview of C & M market • What we are doing? 13
  • |Malaysian Communications & Multimedia Commission| © SKMM 2012 14
  • |Malaysian Communications & Multimedia Commission| The industry has been growing annually but we need to gear up to broadband ICT and new growth areas to keep the ICT growth momentum to help drive the achievement of Vision 2020 • Formation of Cabinet Committee on Broadband (CCB)  Broadband Implementation Strategy National Broadband Plan National Strategy Development 2004 2006  Launching of HSBB services and National Broadband Initiatives (NBI)  Economic Transformation Program (ETP) and NKEA CCI Implementation & Transformation 2007 2008 2010 Governance and Monitoring MyICMS 886 High speed broadband as the catalyst for broadband development HSBB PPP Agreement between Government and Telekom Malaysia © SKMM 2012 15
  • |Malaysian Communications & Multimedia Commission| National Broadband Implementation Strategy – a supply and demand strategy Incentives and facility-based competition based on major technologies (xDSL, WiMAX and 3G/HSDPA) USP programs roll out (collective and individual access) 1 Broadband for General Population (BBGP) Demand Awareness 2 1 Supply Attractiveness Continuous government and private sector awareness initiatives Enhance and promote egovernment, e-education and e-commerce initiatives High Speed Broadband (HSBB) Target capitals, industrial areas and development regions Leverage on development of traditional information resources Public Private Partnership (PPP) arrangement for infrastructure roll out 3 2 Average speed of 2Mbps Improve and align online content strategies and activities Affordability Develop initiatives to reduce/ improve broadband access costs (PC, subscription etc) Widen community access facilities and deployment Speed exceeds 10Mbps © SKMM 2012 16
  • |Malaysian Communications & Multimedia Commission| National Broadband Initiatives – a package of initiatives on supply and demand, launched on 24 March 2010 to make available broadband service for all National Broadband Initiative • Objective: To drive the national broadband penetration rate • Total Projects Value: more than RM2bil Community Broadband Centre (CBC) 99 Community Broadband Library (CBL) Completed 820,944 Distributed Netbook 1Malaysia 2776 Kampung Tanpa Wayar completed 521 **Data As of Aug 2012 completed Public Cellular Time 3 © SKMM 2012 17
  • |Malaysian Communications & Multimedia Commission| National Broadband Initiatives - High Speed Broadband (HSBB), a Public Private Partnership Project to support the demand for high speed services 93 1,200,000 HSBB Exchanges Ports Installed (As of Aug 2012) (As of Aug 2012) HSBB 445,000 HSBB 17 HSBB HSBB HSBB subscribers (As of Aug 2012) Companies signed up for HSBB Transmission HSBB 4 HSBB HSBB HSBB Major operators signed up for HSBB Access HSBB HSBB HSBB HSBB HSBB HSBB Project – Key Elements • Total cost of RM11.3b (USD3.2b), with RM2.4b (USD0.7b) government participation • 95 Exchanges to be upgraded around the country • Investment include last mile, core and international connectivity, supported by content platform development • Project period of 10 years (2008 – 2018) • 1.3 million HSBB ports by end 2012 • Coverage roll-out areas include inner Klang Valley, industrial areas and Iskandar Malaysia • Open Access for HSBB wholesale services © SKMM 2012 18
  • |Malaysian Communications & Multimedia Commission| National Broadband Initiatives - Creating and accelerating demand through awareness, attractiveness and affordability Awareness - Conduct broadband carnival with the cooperation with KPKK, MCMC, service providers and other government agencies - Conduct ICT training to public community Attractiveness - E-Government initiatives by MAMPU - E-Learning initiatives by MOE - Creative content development by MDeC /FINAS - Initiatives under NKEA CCI such as Connecting 1MY, MY Creative Content, EHealthcare, Track & Trace Affordability - 1Malaysia netbook program - Introduction of affordable broadband packages - NKEA CCI EPP Smart Network © SKMM 2012 19
  • |Malaysian Communications & Multimedia Commission| Economic Transformation Programme A comprehensive effort towards a high income nation by 2020, sustainable and all inclusive 12 National Key Economic Areas (NKEAs) Oil, Gas & Energy Financial Services Greater KL USD 6,700 Agriculture Palm Oil GDP/ capita 2009 2020 Tourism Education USD 15,000 GDP/ capita Wholesale & retail Healthcare Electronics & Electrical © SKMM 2012 Communications, Content and Infrastructure (NKEA CCI) Business Services 20
  • |Malaysian Communications & Multimedia Commission| Looks toward increase in broadband penetration and quality of services to support the vision to become a country with high economic income in 2020 2015 2020 • Target 2015, 75% broadband penetration • Increase in quality and speed of services • Target of USD 15.1 B (RM50.3 B) GNI in Communication Content and Infrastructure sector (NKEA CCI) 2020 2018 2015 2013 GNI contribution Communication Content and Infrastructure USD billion CAGR 7.8% 2010 53.5% • HSBB dan BBGP • Contribution of 1% to GDP • 135,000 new jobs created CAGR 7.8% USD6.2 B RM22 B Post, Courier, Broadcast USD15.1 B RM50.3 B Business Opportunities (BO) USD3.7 B RM11.7 B GNI 2020 (billion) Jobs Created 2020 Total EPPs USD5.2 B RM16.6 B 25,899 Total BOs USD3.7 B RM11.7 B 17,263 Total EPPs & BOs Entry Point Projects (EPP) USD5.2 B RM16.1 B USD 8.9 B RM28.3 B 43,162 Regional Mobile Fixed 2009 © SKMM 2012 2020 21
  • |Malaysian Communications & Multimedia Commission| NKEA CCI aims to raise the sector GNI from RM22 billion in 2009 to RM50.3 billion in 2020 Serving Tomorrow 2020 Change of shifting from infrastructure and access to content and application 2009 RM22 billon Communications, Content and Infrastructure Pushing Boundaries Leverage CCI sector in other sector to provide access, devices, applications and contents Enhancing Foundation Capitalize on next generation infrastructure opportunities and build infrastructure to support future growth with focus on coverage, affordability and quality of access © SKMM 2012 RM50.3 billion Entry Point Project (EPP) Post, Courier, Broadcast RM16.6 billion Mobile 4 Business Opportunity (BO) Fixed RM11.7 billion Job Created 43,000 22
  • |Malaysian Communications & Multimedia Commission| NKEA CCI - 10 Entry Point Projects (EPPs) Serving Tomorrow Pushing Boundaries Enhancing Foundation MY Creative Content MY Creative Content Track & Trace E-Learning Broadband for All Local content hub to vitalise creative sector, reduce dependence on international connectivity, and export content Integrated approach to provide access, devices, and platforms/content/ applications to benefit the learning Rakyat Establishing broadband as an essential service to Malaysians on par with other utilities, e.g. water and electricity Track & Trace Using ISO 18186 RFID E-Tag for monitoring of containers to facilitate customs clearance, both within domestic free zones, ports and other bottlenecks, as well as on selected international routes E-Learning Broadband for All E-Health E-Health Extend Reach Networked healthcare providers to each other and to their patients to improve productivity and information management Acceleration and expansion of broadband coverage in non-urban areas (e.g. to Zone 2 and Zone 3) Extended Reach Smart Network Connecting 1MY Connecting 1MY Next-generation services to provide ubiquitous connectivity and compelling services for the Rakyat at home, in the workplace, and ‘on-themove’ E-Government E-Government Increasing the accessibility, speed, and transparency of government services through communications technology Smart Network Differentiated pricing to provide higher quality and more affordable service, based on QoS Regional Network Regional Network © SKMM 2012 Capacity increase of Malaysia’s submarine cable network to lower international IP connectivity costs 23
  • |Malaysian Communications & Multimedia Commission| eGovernment - More than 6,000 government services and more than 3,000 services are available online My-Meeting • Web based meeting and meeting decision monitoring Digital Document Management System • Replace paper archive to digital archives E-Rating • To provide feedback and evaluation of the electronic services offered by the agency. EPP E-Government aims to enhance access and delivery of government services to the public and businesses MyGovernment Online Portal • To enhance MyGovernment portal as Single Government Window MyEmail • Unique Malaysian email account for the latest news and events by Govt Government Regional Electronic Advancement Transformation (GREAT) • One stop centre for investors to deal with the economic growth corridor development authority Disable Person System (SMOKU) • Enhancement of SMOKU system to apply card through online application MyMobile • Develop Government mobile services © SKMM 2012 24
  • |Malaysian Communications & Multimedia Commission| MY Creative Content My Creative Content • Digitization of local analogue content – 28,000 hours • Creation of platform and distribution channels – FTA, DTH, Mobile, Transit TV, Select TV, MedikTV, WebTV, IPTV/CableTV • Formation of Malaysia Creative Content Association (MCCA) to promote local content • Funds from Government in the form of grants (MCMC CIDF - RM100m), venture capital (MyCreative Venture RM200m) and loan (National Savings Bank - RM200m) to facilitate development • Private investments (RM200m ASTRO, RM250m Media Prima) • Creative talents and skills development and the Creative Content Industry Guild (CCIG) • Collaboration in promoting local production at international markets © SKMM 2012 25
  • |Malaysian Communications & Multimedia Commission| SPECTRUM UPDATES Digital Terrestrial Television • Tender for Assignment of Spectrum to a Common Integrated Infrastructure Provider to build and operate up to 3 MUX – closed on 24 July • Standard Radio System Plan (SRSP) and Standards are ready; • DTT service in bands from 174MHz to 230MHz and 470MHz to 742 MHz expected to start rollout in June 2013 over a 30 months period; DVB-T2 Trial DVB-T2 field trial and workshop was successfully completed in Kuala Lumpur in March 2011 © SKMM 2012 26
  • |Malaysian Communications & Multimedia Commission| SPECTRUM UPDATES Spectrum Plan • Revision of Spectrum Plan November 2006 • Released in September 2011 Spectrum for 4G (LTE-WiMax) • 2.6GHz • Planned for service beginning 2013 • Administratively assigned to existing and 1 new player • Trials are being conducted by operators • Others • After analogue TV switch off - 800MHz and future consideration for 700MHz © SKMM 2012 27
  • |Malaysian Communications & Multimedia Commission| Creating mega lifestyle eco-systems to promote use of digital applications to enhance competitiveness and social life – a Digital Lifestyle initiative focusing on linking the Internet of Things (IoT) to the Internet of People. © SKMM 2012 28
  • |Malaysian Communications & Multimedia Commission| Potential areas in IoT in Digital Lifestyles being explored, nurtured and developed to drive further growth and lifestyle transformation Connected Healthcare Food & Drug Traceability DIGITAL LIFESTYLE ECO-SYSTEM Home & Community Living People friendly commuting © SKMM 2012 29
  • |Malaysian Communications & Multimedia Commission| A call for collaboration or partnership in the transformation to a digital lifestyle MCMC aims to drive transformation towards digital living or a Digital Lifestyle. Better quality of life, more productive and competitive. We are guided by these four principles. 1. Sustainability 2. Leverage upon existing infrastructure 3. High economic impact 4. Benefits all We look forward to ideas and innovation and collaboration/partnership in developing, delivery and promoting uptake of more services in Digital Lifestyle. © SKMM 2012 30
  • |Malaysian Communications & Multimedia Commission| SECURING THE CYBER ENVIRONMENT Regulating New Media External MCMC Law Enforcement Agencies Consumer Complaints Bureau Cyber Watch Centre Actions/Resolutions Advise/info Sharing with relevant stakeholders Take down/Inform Content Hosting Providers (Foreign) Gather evidence for investigation prosecution (Local) Prosecution under relevant laws of Malaysia Inputs from public & other Govt. Agencies © SKMM 2012 31
  • |Malaysian Communications & Multimedia Commission| SECURING THE CYBER ENVIRONMENT Educating and raising awareness Urban Safety Forum For Ladies Q1 Q2 Talks on Cyber Laws In Malaysia - Judicial and Legal Training Institute “KLIK dengan BIJAK “ Q3 Facebook: Is it Unhealthy for Families?- Q4 Q1 Q2 Kampung Tanpa Talks on Cyber Wayar & Netbook Security 1Malaysia Community Forum © SKMM 2012 32
  • |Malaysian Communications & Multimedia Commission| MCMC Contact Information: General Line : +60 3 8688 8000 Facsimile : +60 3 8688 1007 www.mcmc.gov.my Thank you For further information and collaboration: Toh Swee Hoe Email: shtoh@cmc.gov.my | M A L AY S I A N C O M M U N I C AT I O N S A N D M U LT I M E D I A C O M M I S S I O N | 33 © SKMM 2012