Telecom ppt 1st part

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1st presentation to KD sir about the telecom sector-Group Members-Vignesh,Sagar,Saloni Mamodia

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Telecom ppt 1st part

  1. 1. Telecom Industry Connecting the World
  2. 2. Telecom in the real sense means transfer of information between two distant points in space Telecom is a huge and varied bastion of technologies, companies, services and politics that is truly global in nature
  3. 3. A Historical Perspective
  4. 4. World Telecom Evolution
  5. 5. The Indian Story  1851  First operational landlines were laid by government neat Calcutta  1881  Telephone Service introduced into India  1883  Merger with postal System  1923  Indian Radio Telegraph Company formed
  6. 6. The Indian Story  1932  Merger of ETC & IRT Indian Radio & Cable Communication Company  1947  Nationalization of Foreign Telecom Companies to form Posts, Telephone & Telegraph (PTT) India  1985  Department of Telecommunications established
  7. 7. The Indian Story  1986  Conversion of DOT into two wholly state owned companies VSNL for international telecommunications & MTNL for service & metropolitan areas  1994  National Telecom Policy created with motto “Telecommunication for all & Telecommunication within reach of all”  1995  Entry of GSM in India triggering telecom revolution
  8. 8. The Indian Story  1995  BPL Mobile services launched  1997  Telecom Regulatory Authority of India formed in January  1999  NTP-99.National Telecom Policy with reformed goals set.  2000  1st October BSNL created.
  9. 9. The Indian Story  2003-04  Tele-density growth of 2% >50 yrs growth 1948-98(1.92 %) achieved  2005  ILD & NLD annual license fees reduced from 15% to 6%.  2008  3G guidelines issued; spectrum allocation through auction, foreign players allowed to bid.
  10. 10. The Indian Story  2009  TRAI announces rules & regulations to be followed for Mobile Number Portability on 23rd Nov.  2010  BSNL becomes 1st country to launch WIMAX service Latest News : India to launch MNP from Nov 25th 2010….
  11. 11. User Centricity Prime pillar for Telecommunication Development
  12. 12. Stakeholders in the Business
  13. 13. Value Parameters  Cheap Calling Services  Network Coverage  Customer Care  DTH Programme Packages  Internet Speeds offered  Number Series offered  Push mail services
  14. 14. Value Offerings  Corporate Solutions  Solutions by Business Need  Office Centrex Voice Management  Centralized High Speed Internet  Virtual Private Networks  Audio Conferencing  IPLC  Solutions by Business Size  Work From Home VPN  DATA centre Infrastructure  VPN solutions for BFSI, Retail, Manufacturing, IT/ITES & Hospitality Industry.
  15. 15. Value Offerings  Personal Usage  3G  Prepaid Mobile  Postpaid Mobile  Handsets  Internet  Home Phone  Global Calling  T.V.
  16. 16. Telecom Network Statistics Worldwide
  17. 17. Top 10 Countries in terms of Mobile Phone Usage Rank Country No. of Phones % of Population - World 5,000,000,000 67.6 1 833,300,000 62.5 2 670,600,000 56.6 3 285,610,580 91 4 213,900,000 147.3 5 191,472,142 98.89 6 168,264,000 73.1 7 109,500,000 65.1 8 107,490,000 130.1 9 107,000,000 84.1 10 88,580,000 147.4
  18. 18. Top Mobile Operators by Number of Subscribers Worldwide in Millions # Mobile Operator Operating Regions Mobile Subscribers Date 1 China Mobile China 544.2 Apr-10 2 Vodafone EMEA, India, USA, Pacific 341 Mar-10 3 Telefonica Spain, Europe, Latin America 206.7 Mar-10 4 America Movil Latin America 201.1 Dec-09 5 Telenor Eastern Europe, SE Asia 179 Mar-10 6 China Unicom China 155.3 May-10 7 T-Mobile Europe, USA 150.2 Mar-10 8 Telia Sonera Europe, Asia 138.1 Feb-10 9 Bharti Airtel India 133.7 Mar-10
  19. 19. Top Mobile Operators by Number of Subscribers Worldwide in Millions # Mobile Operator Operating Regions Mobile Subscribers Date 10 Orange Europe, Africa, Caribbean 132.6 Dec-09 11 MTN Group Africa, India 116.0 Dec-09 12 Reliance Comm India 102.4 Mar-10 13 Etisalat UAE 100.0 Feb-10 14 MTS India, Russia, Eastern Europe 97.8 Dec-09 15 Orascom Telecom Egypt, Middle East & Africa 96.0 Mar-10 16 Verizon Wireless USA 92.8 Mar-10 17 AT & T Mobility USA 87 Mar-10
  20. 20. The Indian Market Scenario
  21. 21. Indian Telecom Providers Key Mobile Network Operators (India) Bharti Airtel Singapore Telecom (32%) Bharti Enterprises (64.76%) Vodafone (4.4%) Reliance Communication Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group Vodafone EssarVodafone (67%) Essar (33%) Tata Indicom Videocon Tata Walky Tata Photon Idea CellularAditya Birla Group Axiata Group Berhad BSNLState owned AIRCEL Maxis Communication (74%) Appolo Hospitals (26%) UNINOR Telenor(67.25%) Unitech Group(32.75%) MTNLState owned MTS INDIASistema (73.71%) Shyam Group (23.79%) LOOP mobile ESSAR (8%) Santa Trading Pvt Ltd (85.75%) S Tel Siva Group (51%) Batelco (49%) PING Mobile HFCL Infotel Ltd Etisalat DB TELECOM Etisalat Dynamix Balwas Group Tata DOCOMO Tata Teleservices
  22. 22. Indian Wireless Service Providers
  23. 23. Indian Wire line Service Provider Market Share
  24. 24. Trends & Patterns Observed
  25. 25. Survival of the Fittest  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
  26. 26. 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
  27. 27. Rise of 3G By end of 2010 there will be an estimated 5.3 billion cellular subscriptions including 930 million 3G subscriptions. In 2010 143 countries offering 3G services.
  28. 28. Slowdown in Mobile growth In developed countries mobile market reaching saturation levels with marginal growth of 1.6% from 2009-2010. Developing world is increasing its share of mobile subscriptions from 53% of total mobile subscriptions at the end of 2005 to 73% at the end of 2010.
  29. 29. Internet Stats Worldwide Internet usage has doubled between 2005 & 2010. By the end of 2010, Internet user penetration in Africa will reach 9.6%, far behind both the world average (30%) and the developing country average (21%).
  30. 30. Trends to be observed in 2011 The Most Significant Trend
  31. 31. Other Significant Trends in 2011  Local Landline Services suffer, bundled services pick up slack  3G Cellular Systems, Including EV- DO, Are Enhanced/HSPA+ Offers High Speed Competition to 4G  Chinese, Indian and African Cellphone Markets Skyrocket  VOIP Use Soars and Threatens To Revolutionize Telecom
  32. 32. Other Significant trends in 2011  Telecom Equipment Makers Face Intense Competition from Manufacturers in China  TV over IP—Telecom Companies Enter the Television Market  WiMAX Extends Wireless Range Far Beyond Wi-Fi
  33. 33. 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
  34. 34. 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
  35. 35. 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
  36. 36. Thank You  Vignesh Iyer  Sagar Shah  Saloni Mamodia

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