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ICT Malaysia - Mar. 2012

  1. 1. ICT environment in Malaysia “toward high-speed internet society” Mar. 2012
  2. 2. 1 Major broadband services
  3. 3. Few choices
  4. 4. DSL: Digital Subscriber Line
  5. 5. FTTH: Fiber to the Home
  6. 6. Yr 2010HSBB: High Speed Broadband Project
  7. 7. WiMAX
  8. 8. Cellularnetwork
  9. 9. WiFi Hotspot
  10. 10. 4th GenerationLTE: Long Term Evolution
  11. 11. “Many choices”
  12. 12. But…High-PriceInternet!!
  13. 13. Median monthlycost of 1 Mbps $59($ PPP) $50 $41 $22 $16 $17 $9 $3 $4 $5 $5 $7 Turkey Italy Sweden UK US Brazil Vietnam Canada Malaysia Argentina India Morocco
  14. 14. 2 Internet user and trend
  15. 15. ITU 2001 4.0 2002 19.3 subscriptions 2003 110.4 (000s) 2004 252.5 Fixed broadband 2005 483.1 2006 751.0 2007 1,025.0 2008 1,318.5 2009 1,671.8 2010 2,078.5
  16. 16. Mobile-cellular telephone subscriptions (per 100 inhabitants) 121.32 107.85 100.77 74.88 86.31 57.10 73.21 44.39 36.93 30.82 21.87 2001 2004 2000 2002 2003 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010ITU
  17. 17. Smartphone user 2 million+Mobile Consumer Evolution, July 2011 (Google)
  18. 18. Market share? Others 23% 6% 39% 6% 26%Yahoo! Net Index 2011
  19. 19. Yahoo! Net Index 2011 $15 per month
  20. 20. “ 60% in poll say they can’t live without their phones”Online questionnaire result
  21. 21. Internet 19.8 Watching TV 10.6 Listening Radio 5.8 Online game on PC 5.6 Internet via mobile phone 5.3Malaysian Digital Consumer Report 2011, Nielsen Malaysia
  22. 22. Access ranking Alexa
  23. 23. PrimeMinister
  24. 24. Objections to centralgovernment
  25. 25. 3 Government act.
  26. 26. “ MSC Malaysia is your gateway togrowing profits in Asias boominginformation and communicationstechnology (ICT) markets. Modelledafter Silicon Valley, it gives you the bestof first-world knowledge andinfrastructure, at developing-nationcosts. ”
  27. 27. MSC MalaysiaBill of Guarantees
  28. 28. 1) World-class information infrastructure2) Unrestricted employment3) Freedom of ownership4) Freedom to source capital globally, and the right to borrow funds globally5) Competitive financial incentives6) Intellectual Property Protection and Cyberlaws7) No censorship of the Internet8) Competitive telecommunications tariffs9) Tender key of MSC Malaysia infrastructure contracts10) One-stop super shop
  29. 29. Phase 1: Yr 1996 – Yr 2003Phase 2: Yr 2004 – Yr 2010Phase 3: Yr 2011 – Yr 2020
  30. 30.  21% of increase in GDP contribution, to RM42 billion 37% increase in revenue, to RM142 billion 75% increase in exports to RM58 billion 47% increase in job creation to 160,00 jobs
  31. 31. 100% 75% 50% 30%20%2008 2009 2010 2015 2020
  32. 32. Malaysiasbroadband householdpenetration rate:(Jan. 2012) 62.3 %
  33. 33. Malaysias broadbandpenetration ratein populated areas:(Dec. 2011) %
  34. 34. BPO:BusinessProcessOutsourcingRanking
  35. 35. Now,
  36. 36. 12 NKEAs
  37. 37.  Nurturing Malaysias creative content Deploying 1Malaysia payments Connecting 1Malaysia Establishing e-Learning for students and workers Launching e-Healthcare Deepening e-Government Ensuring broadband for all Extending reach Offering a smart network Extending the regional network
  38. 38. These business opportunitieswill provide RM11.7 billion inincremental GNI and create17,265 new jobs by 2020.
  39. 39. D/B Search(Registration info, Check status etc.)

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