Telecom Industry
Connecting the World
PREPARED BY:-
ABHISHEK SINHA
ATTAM KHATWANI
JATIN SETHI
MIRZA MOHSIN BEG
INTRODUCTION
1) Telecommunication is the transmission of messages, over
significant distances, for the purpose of communic...
Telecom services in current scenario
 Strong and highly efficient modes of Satellite Communication are the
result of the ...
UMTS – FUTURE TELECOM
 In January1998, the European Telecommunications Standards
Institute (ETSI) decided on a single air...
BENEFITS OF UMTS
UMTS will offer significant benefits in communication:
• Easy to use and low cost;
• New and better servi...
LIMITATIONS
1)Risk of further regulation.
2)Standardization.
UMTS in the Long Term - In order to ensure that UMTS
flouris...
MAJOR PLAYERS IN TELECOM
INDUSTRY WORLDWIDE
Top 10 Telecom Companies in World
Rank Company Name Subscribers
1 China Mobile...
Indian Telecom – Global Reach
Players Countries Services Subscribers Partners
Bharti
Telecom Seychelles
MTNL
United Teleco...
Global Trends – Connecting World
Convergence & Mobility
 Mobile Devices with
voice, data & video
 Mobile Wireless
Broadb...
MAJOR PLAYERS IN TELECOM
INDUSTRY IN INDIA
 Bharti airtel
 Bsnl
 Vodafone Essar
 Reliance Communications
 Idea Cellul...
Connecting India to the World
CHALLENGES
 Regulatory Policies
 Lack of level playing field
 Penetration Level
 Across ...
Future of telecom industry
 Emergence of new applications
–Video on demand
–New Web-based applications
–Music / Video dow...
Qatar Telecommunications
Case Study
QTel Background
 QTel is the monopoly telecommunications provider in Qatar.
 It prov...
This has resulted in a number of key high level objectives for Qtel
•Advanced IP Telephony feature set, including both tra...
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  1. 1. Telecom Industry Connecting the World PREPARED BY:- ABHISHEK SINHA ATTAM KHATWANI JATIN SETHI MIRZA MOHSIN BEG
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION 1) Telecommunication is the transmission of messages, over significant distances, for the purpose of communication. 2) Presently INDIA ranked second worldwide in terms of having the largest telecommunication network. 3) Internet and mobile phones are two indispensible entities. 4) Revenue generated by telecom industry in India is US$ 31 billion.
  3. 3. Telecom services in current scenario  Strong and highly efficient modes of Satellite Communication are the result of the advancement in the telecom services.  According to research conducted by stanford university indian mobile value added services (mvas) are expected to reach by US$ 2.74 billion.  The world telecom services market enjoyed 5.3% growth in 2007 and should reach 1,430 billion USD in 2011.  Broadband has continued its swift progress with over 200 million subscribers at year-end 2007 and an expected 500 million by the end of 2011.  Total internet customers in country were approximately 14.6 Million by Q4 2009.  Expected no. of 3G customers in India will be 295 million by 2013.
  4. 4. UMTS – FUTURE TELECOM  In January1998, the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) decided on a single air interface standard for the proposed Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS).  The system has the support of many major telecommunications operators and manufacturers because it represents a unique opportunity to create a mass market for user-friendly mobile access to today’s information society.
  5. 5. BENEFITS OF UMTS UMTS will offer significant benefits in communication: • Easy to use and low cost; • New and better services; • Packet transmission and data rates on demand; and • Improved mobility and coverage.
  6. 6. LIMITATIONS 1)Risk of further regulation. 2)Standardization. UMTS in the Long Term - In order to ensure that UMTS flourishes in the long term, its capabilities must be progressively increased by the addition of new technologies. 1) Re-configurable Terminals 2) Application and Service Download
  7. 7. MAJOR PLAYERS IN TELECOM INDUSTRY WORLDWIDE Top 10 Telecom Companies in World Rank Company Name Subscribers 1 China Mobile 522 Mln 2 Vodafone Group 333 Mln 3 Telefonica 202 Mln 4 AmericaMovil 201 Mln 5 Telenor Group 172 Mln 6 Deutsche Telecom 151 Mln 7 China Unicom 148 Mln 8 TeliaSonera 148 Mln 9 France Telecom 133 Mln 10 Bharti Airtel 125 Mln
  8. 8. Indian Telecom – Global Reach Players Countries Services Subscribers Partners Bharti Telecom Seychelles MTNL United Telecom (Since 2002) Reliance IndiaCall services (Since 2005) Transnet/ Transtel, Eskom, Nexus, Two, CommuniTel VSNL (acquired license in 2005) South Africa Fixed (Services to commence in Aug-Sep 2006) owned subsidiary US, UK and Canada ILD services to India, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Malaysia, NZ, Singapore, and UK 500,000 + - MTML (Since 2005) Mauritius CDMA-based WLL services 20000 (March 2006) Nepal CDMA-based WLL services 45,032 (March 2006) TCIL VSNL, and NVPL Wholly Jersey Telenet State of Jersey 2G and 3G, ILD Services from Oct 2006 Seychelles Fixed, FWP, cellular 34000 (March 2006) Emtel of Mauritius, (Since 1998) private investors and the Gov of Seychelles
  9. 9. Global Trends – Connecting World Convergence & Mobility  Mobile Devices with voice, data & video  Mobile Wireless Broadband  Fibre to Home Communications Computers & IT Consumer Electronics  Entertainment becomes Digital  Mobile Personal Digital Devices prevail  Laptops & Handheld PCs  Entertainment major PC driver  IP to & in the Home  VoIP handsets Public Safety  Mobile Police & Fire personnel devices  Interoperable Communications
  10. 10. MAJOR PLAYERS IN TELECOM INDUSTRY IN INDIA  Bharti airtel  Bsnl  Vodafone Essar  Reliance Communications  Idea Cellular  Tata Communications  Tata Teleservices
  11. 11. 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  Value Added Services  Unutilized software capability  Digital Divide  Non Availability of technology, equipment, network access for millions of poor
  12. 12. Future of telecom industry  Emergence of new applications –Video on demand –New Web-based applications –Music / Video downloading (MySpace, YouTube, iPods)  •High appetite for broadband –50% of adults in U.S. use broadband –52% of 8-18 year-olds have used MySpace! –More and more people get their news from the Internet  and watch less TV!  Socio-economic impact of the Internet –Providing greater economic opportunities (E-commerce) –Stimulating economic growth and productivity  (Telecommuting)  –The number of people using their mobile handsets to  access the web is now over four times those using a PC that is 38 million …… still incresaing.  Mobile number portability.  Digital signatures in messaging.
  13. 13. Qatar Telecommunications Case Study QTel Background  QTel is the monopoly telecommunications provider in Qatar.  It provides wide range of telecom products including national & international, wireline & mobile telephony, broadband internet.  QTel is a Major customer of Cisco in the region and implemented a Cisco IP core MPLS backbone for their IP services.  Constantly undergoing extensive transformation programme to improve its already advanced telecommunications network. The QTel Challenge  Their objective was to provide Qatari business the opportunity to replace their PBX hardware with an advance IP based Telephony services.  QTel wanted customers to be able to manage their own services, through a simple, web-based, administration GUI  In order to deliver upon their promise, QTel needed a provisioning and service management product which was going to meet their needs today and into the future.
  14. 14. This has resulted in a number of key high level objectives for Qtel •Advanced IP Telephony feature set, including both traditional voice features, plus the latest IP productivity tools •Working design avail for Voice-enabled IP Network •Secure design built into the architecture. Key rationale for QTel selecting Cisco H/M-UCS included •Full PBX feature set while allowing multi-tenant sharing of common network elements •Several PSTN interconnection options •Easier legacy TDMPBX migration/evolution plan •Faster customer connection through automated provisioning and registration of Phones. Benifits to Customers •Rapid time to market for adding new Customers •Ease of Use •Upgraded Applications •Dial Plan Modifications
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