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  • 1. Telecom Industry
  • 2. Telecom in the real sense means transfer of information between two distant points in spaceTelecom is a huge and varied bastion of technologies, companies, services andpolitics that is truly global in nature
  • 3. Introduction
    Telecom stands as one of the most essential elements of the business world in terms of “Connecting the World”
    Volatile Sector
    Regulatory discord
    Cut-throat competition
    Emergence of Technologies
    Emergence of broadband & wireless technologies pose threat to carriers relying on aging infrastructure
    To survive, telecom carriers need to consider various options
    Consolidation,
    Convergence,
    Costly Technological upgrades
  • 4. Global Growth Patterns
    Emerging Markets
    Driving Volume Growth
    Low Tariffs (ARPUs)
    Developed Markets
    Low Subscriber Base
    Technological Advancements
    Indian Telecom depends on the global telecom industry for technology platforms & network management
    While
    Indian market size attracts telecom giants
  • 5. Indian Telecom - Scenario
    India – Fastest growing market in World – 190 mn subscribers
    4th largest mobile market growing at 6 mn Sub/month
    4th largest internet market, 3rd largest by 2007
    Voice Revenue dropping;
    PCOs - 4.5 mn @ CQGR of 7.22%
    Paying highest taxes and regulatory charges; Variable License fee
    OPPORTUNITIES
    Data revenues – 8.5% of service revenue against world avg of 16.5%
    Content Services – Music/Video etc
    Applications – m Commerce/PVR Ticketing
    Tele-density – From 2% in 2000 to 15.44% in 2006
    TEMA target of $100 bn for equipments in next 3 yrs
    IT & ITES Industry – $35 bn with CAGR of 35%
  • 6. Indian Telecom – Global Reach
    Source: Voice & Data
  • 7. Indian Telecom - Global Connectivity
    Submarine Cable System Landing
    at Chennai, Mumbai, Cochin & Tuticorin
    SMW 4
    Mumbai
    FLAG
    SMW 3
    i2i
    Chennai
    TIC
    SMW 3
    SMW 4
    Cochin
    SAFE
    Tuticorin
    Bharat Lanka
  • 8. International Bandwidth Growth - India
    Source : Telegeography
    Conversion: 1 Gbps ~ 6.4 STM1
  • 9. International Bandwidth Usage
    Gbps
    *Source : Telegeography
    • The above figure is for usage of bandwidth
    • 10. China has more than 10 times of higher bandwidth usage as comparison to India
  • Global Trends – Connecting WorldConvergence & Mobility
    Public
    Safety
    Mobile Devices with
    voice, data & video
    Mobile Wireless
    Broadband
    Fibre to Home
    • Mobile Police &
    Fire personnel
    devices
    • Interoperable
    Communications
    Communications
    Computers
    & IT
    Consumer
    Electronics
    • Laptops & Handheld
    PCs
    • Entertainment major
    PC driver
    • IP to & in the Home
    • 11. VoIP handsets
    • 12. Entertainment
    becomes Digital
    • Mobile Personal
    Digital Devices
    prevail
  • 13. Connecting India to the World
    ENABLERS
    Unified Licensing
    Telecom Technologies - Internet/Wimax/VOIP
    Reduced License Fees in Long Distance Sector
    Outsourcing Network Management to Global Manufacturers
    India - Telecom Equipment Manufacturing Base
    Convergence - ICT
    FDI Relaxation in Telecom (26% to &74%) - $2.67 bn Aug,06
    Emergence of IT & ITES Sector
    Consolidation & Partnerships between Indian & Foreign Players viz. BT, AT&T , Aircel & Maxis
    Telecom has attracted significant FDI and technology which has resulted in huge benefits to the Indian Telecom Growth
  • 14. Connecting India to the World
    CHALLENGES
    Regulatory Policies
    Lack of level playing field
    Penetration Level
    Across the world and within India
    Seamless Roaming
    Infrastructure Program
    Manufacture telecom equipment in India
    Passive Infrastructure Sharing
    VoIP
    Value Added Services
    Unutilized software capability
    Digital Divide
    Non Availability of technology, equipment, network access for millions of poor
  • 15. Indian Telecom – Way Forward to being Global
    Transparent and truly technology-neutral Government policies
    Allow full range of private & Public Sector telco's to compete fairly and fully
    Adequate spectrum in useable frequency bands advocated by the ITU to wireless service providers
    Low regulatory restrictions over new services such as Push-to-talk, IP-enabled services, particularly Voice-Over IP (VoIP)
    Ensure level playing field and “No” worse-off position for existing license holders
    Duties on imported telecommunications and related equipment must be reduced to zero
    To promote competition in IPLC
    “Put in Right Policies” for technology multinationals to build business in consumer end user device segments like mobile, handset, PC’s and networking product manufacturing
    Acquisitions with “Strategic” intent
  • 16. Thank You