EJL Wireless Research Reports Global Macrocell BBU Shipments Peaked in 2017, Down 23% in 2018

5G BBU shipments capture 2% share due to initial deployments in U.S.,South Korea and China;
Huawei edges out Ericsson for Top Position Overall and Leader in 5G

HALF MOON BAY, CA, UNITED STATES, July 16, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Shipments of digital baseband units (BBU) experienced the first decline in six years in 2018, according to the latest report from EJL Wireless Research titled “Global Macrocell Baseband Unit Market Analysis and Forecast, 2019-2023 15th Edition.” “The last downturn was in 2011 however the decline in 2018 was 23% compared with the 12% drop back then. The anticipation or anxiety of 5G spectrum auctions in Europe and software upgrades to LTE-Advanced and NB-IoT contributed to the overall weakness in shipments,” says founder and President, Earl Lum. EJL Wireless Research is forecasting modest growth of 6% for LTE BBU shipments compared with a more than 10x increase for 5G NR BBU shipments, resulting in total BBU shipment growth of 11% for 2019. Our current view for 2020 BBU shipments is for zero growth, with declining LTE BBU shipments being offset by increased 5G NR BBU shipments.

Huawei Technologies regained its leadership position overall for BBU shipments, narrowly edging out Ericsson however Huawei was the clear leader for 5G NR shipments in 2018. Within 5G NR, Samsung Networks was number two in our market share rankings for 2018 due to the demand in South Korea.

“China is the main driver for 5G NR shipments in 2019, followed South Korea, Japan and the United States along with initial deployments in Europe. Despite the current U.S. export ban for Huawei Technologies, we do not see any impact to shipments supporting the further expansion of the 5G commercial trial networks for China Mobile in 2019,” says Lum.

“Regarding massive MIMO 64T64R for 5G NR below 6GHz, besides China we do not see widespread adoption for this configuration and believe that Europe will focus more on 8×8 MIMO using traditional 8T8R RRUs and passive antennas and using the massive MIMO 64T64R solution in a more surgical role,” says Lum.

About EJL Wireless Research
EJL Wireless Research provides proprietary, accurate and cutting-edge market analysis and consulting services on the wireless technology ecosystem. The firm's wireless infrastructure research focuses on vertical elements of the wireless ecosystem including telecommunication standards evolution, global and regional regulatory issues, spectrum availability, mobile operators, and mobile infrastructure equipment vendors. In addition, the firm provides analysis across horizontal technology suppliers including RF semiconductor materials, RF semiconductor/components, and RF subsystems. Our goal is to provide our clients with critical market analysis and information.

EJL Wireless Research believes it has a corporate responsibility, both local and international, in giving back to the community. Please visit our website for more information about the charitable organizations it supports at: http://www.ejlwireless.com/corporate_responsibility.html.

EJL Wireless Research is managed by Earl Lum. Mr. Lum has over 25 years of experience within the wireless industry including 8 years as an Equity Research Analyst on Wall Street. The company is headquartered in Half Moon Bay, CA. For more information about EJL Wireless Research, please visit the company’s website at www.ejlwireless.com.

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FogChain Selected One of The 30 Best Small Companies To Watch in 2019

30 Best Small Companies to Watch in 2019

30 Best Small Companies to Watch in 2019

FogChain is pleased to announce it has been selected as one of the 30 Best Small Companies to Watch in 2019 by The Silicon Review.


FogChain has diligently worked at creating and launching its Trident platform and is quickly becoming recognized as a leading innovator for software development lifecycle solutions”

— James Cerna

SAN CARLOS, CA, UNITED STATES, July 16, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — FogChain Selected One of The 30 Best Small Companies To Watch in 2019

(OTCQB: FOGCF;CSE: FOG; FRA: MUU3) FogChain Corp ("FogChain" or the "Company") is pleased to announce it
has been selected as one of the 30 Best Small Companies to Watch in 2019 by The Silicon Review,
a leading global business technology publication.

The Silicon Review is the world's most trusted online and print community for business technology
professionals. Its community members include thought-leading CEOs, CIOs, CTOs, IT VPs and
managers, along with hundreds of thousands of other IT professionals. It is the leading source that
shares innovative enterprise solutions developed by established solutions providers, and is a neutral
source for technology decision makers globally.

“FogChain has diligently worked at creating and launching its Trident platform and is quickly
becoming recognized as a leading innovator for software development lifecycle solutions. Being
named by The Silicon Review as one of the Top 30 Small Companies to Watch is truly an honor,
especially considering the large universe of companies they could select from and their global reach.
We’re very thankful for this achievement as well as to the FogChain team and our amazing clients
for helping make this happen,” stated James Cerna, CEO of FogChain.

Read the article at The Silicon Review here (https://thesiliconreview.com/magazines/an-interview-with-james-cerna-fogchain-corp-ceo-we-re-introducing-the-next-generation-of-software-development-and-application-lifecycle-management-services-tools/).

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Cloud, Mobile, Big Data, Security, Infrastructure, Government and Healthcare. Each one of these
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technology managers, researchers, journalists, consultants, industry analysts and other Silicon
Review members to provide timely, accurate and informative articles that lead to spirited
Visit https://thesiliconreview.com to learn more.

About FogChain Corp.
FogChain (OTCQB: FOGCF; CSE: FOG) is a fully integrated, end-to-end software development life
cycle (SDLC) and quality assurance solutions provider. With its high-performance application
development, testing and monitoring platform, Trident, FogChain’s suite of services and technology
provides application development at scale with greater speed, greater efficiency and at a lower cost.
The explosive demand for more edge computing and security within the Micro-Service, IoT, mobile
data and driverless vehicle space places FogChain's Build-Once-Deploy-Everywhere software
architecture as a leading ecosystem of tools and resources for developers that bridge devices,
operating systems and the ability to build and launch exciting new applications in a unified
environment. Led by a team of Cloud and SaaS veterans, FogChain is uniquely positioned to be a
leader in the next super wave of the global software development market.

Learn more at www.FogChainInc.com
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85% of online blockchain news is noise

As an angel investor interested in Blockchain I found that tracking news about blockchain is like drinking from a fire hose.I liked the www.blockhelp.pro idea so much that I invested in the company””

— Tad Witko investor

OTTAWA, ONTARIO, CANADA, July 16, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Blockchain as a topic that is still filled with hype today much of it is driven by bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. In our conversations with business leaders, they are confused about what to believe and how to filter out the noise to find what matters to them. There are many news articles that imply to readers that blockchain must be used with bitcoin and that bitcoin is blockchain. Both are false.

For a novice business manager who enters this space, the very first challenge is to know what to look for, what questions to ask and who to believe. Given the high volume of daily news and articles published, readers find it extremely difficult to determine who to believe and what information is true. At Blockhelp.pro we conducted a recent study to understand this landscape and found that 85% of news about blockchain news is noise. See chart below for breakdown of findings.

A sample of 3,500 blockchain news feed items was analyzed over a period of 3 weeks with the intent of identifying announcements of businesses using blockchain technology. Such information as new companies exploring blockchain solutions, new business products, pilot installations and deployments of blockchain in healthcare, payments, fin-tech, supply chain and others was sought in order to assess what is real about blockchain in business enterprise.

In our analysis we found high volumes of daily confusing information crowded with; many repeats of the same news, considerable hype about bitcoin and other cryptocurrency topics, opinions of many writers on the same topic, future predictions on blockchain adoptions, and bitcoin debates. Finding real news about actual blockchain deployments and pilots is like drinking from a water house.

These findings should alert readers that they should be diligent in accepting all news content about blockchain as true. There are many self proclaimed experts on blockchain who mislead the readers to believe that blockchain without bitcoin is not blockchain. This is completely false. But how does the reader know that not everything they read is true about blockchain?

In technology evolution stage terms, blockchain is a very new technology promising to revolutionize how we conduct business. However, blockchain still has to prove that it will revolutionize our businesses. There is still much work to be done to validate this. In the meantime, it’s important to alert and guide readers to be diligent about what they read and accept about what blockchain is and what it can do for them.

At a recent Blockchain Revolution conference held in Toronto Canada, we had the opportunity to speak to many conference attendees who were business leaders looking for evidence on what is really happening with blockchain in their industry. A common response from most business leaders who attended this conference was “I am here because I hear so much about blockchain but don’t really understand what it can do for us and don’t want to be left behind. It’s nice to hear several presenters here sharing what they are doing with blockchain.”

They were looking for evidence that blockchain is real and that other businesses were actually using it. They were also looking for trusted source of information about blockchain. Given today’s blockchain hype and not wanting to be left behind, business managers and leaders are under pressure to do something about blockchain in their business. And they are looking for help.

Blockchain technology is real and businesses are engaging in pilots, trials and some deployments. Adoption of blockchain technology is not without its challenges. Some companies are finding successes in their pilot results and some find that blockchain is not yet ready for their business. Blockchain is not a panacea and may not be valuable to all businesses.

“In our study, we were looking for information that a business manager would want to learn about and to find a way to help them find the gems they seek” said Jerry Witkowicz founder of Blockhelp.pro. To help those who seek to understand how blockchain technology is being used by businesses today, here are some tips and principles to follow:
• Blockchain vs Cryptocurrency – Remember one rule, blockchain is not cryptocurrency and cryptocurrency is not blockchain. Cryptocurrency was one of the first uses cases of blockchain technology and that’s it.
• Blockchain pilots – In the enterprise environments blockchain pilots are typically piloted without the use of cryptocurrency.
• Blockchain pilot announcements – There are many articles where vendors announce that they are introducing a blockchain solution for specific businesses. Some news posts lead the reader in believes that they are announcement a pilot. Look for a business/customer name which is actually launching the pilot. Otherwise it may be a vendor announcing their blockchain product for a specific category of businesses.
• Confirm – Verify the business/customer website to confirm that the business which is piloting blockchain solution has also stated this on their company website. Otherwise it may be a vendor promoting early stage discussions with potential customer/s.
• Self promoting experts – Be alert about self-promoting blockchain experts. Remember, blockchain technology may have been around for many years, and its rise in popularity driven by cryptocurrenmcy in 2018, does not make blockchain a mature technology. Therefore there are still few blockchain experts with real experience in blockchain deployments.
Use these points as your guide when reading news about blockchain. Look for the evidence which confirms who is using blockchain in a pilot, trial or deployment mode. Remember that blockchain holds a lot of promise to revolutionize how we do business in the future but it still needs to prove its value in order to reach mass adoption levels.

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Pragmatic releases RP1.VC, a new comprehensive suite of cloud conferencing products

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TORONTO, ON, CANADA, July 16, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Today Pragmatic Conferencing announced the launch of RP1.VC, its cloud-based suite of video conferencing and streaming products. The fully cloud based suite requires absolutely no software and features Pragmatic’s flagship video platform RP1Cloud, as well as live-streaming service RP1TV and new addition RP1Rooms.

Pragmatic has been developing cloud video solutions since 2015 when it launched RP1Cloud with partner Polycom (now known as Poly). This latest release comes as more cloud conferencing service providers move toward a unified communications suite model.

Pragmatic’s enhanced product suite is available immediately. Learn more on the new product website found at www.rp1.vc.

Increase room system usability and security with RP1Rooms

The brand new RP1Rooms product allows customers to register their standards-based video endpoints to a service that provides simpler dialing capabilities and enhanced connection reliability, without any additional hardware, and absolutely no software. “RP1Rooms is the most secure and reliable way to guarantee that your calls work every time. It greatly simplifies the meeting process with a number of intuitive join options,” says James Baskin, CEO of Pragmatic. “Any room system registered to the service can be reached from the customer portal directory or dialed directly for simple room to room calling.”

Additional features unlocked by RP1Rooms registration include receiving 100% secure inbound calls, customizable video addresses for endpoints, dial-out pre-sets, and fool-proof content sharing. The entire experience can be controlled from the room system itself, or via the RP1.VC customer portal.

The portal provides a simple means of recording and managing a meeting in-progress. Access to the portal is included with the RP1Rooms license, and also includes access to meeting controls for RP1Cloud and RP1TV.

Use legacy equipment to live-stream meetings, townhalls

The recently released RP1TV provides customers the ability to stream TV production-quality live meetings to a webpage of their choosing via embed code. Customers use the service for interactive townhalls, shareholder meetings, and in some jurisdictions, important public-facing court proceedings.

“We’re excited to provide a simple way for customers to stream to the people they want to reach. This is a cost-effective alternative to the high production costs previously associated with streaming live events,” says Michael Robertson, SVP Sales and Global Channels. “Gone are the days where you had to rent a camera and crew to film and manage the broadcast. This brings everything in-house in a simple and inexpensive way, while maintaining high-quality audio and video.”

Live-streamed meetings can also be recorded and accessed through the RP1.VC portal.

Available immediately for the Partner Community

Pragmatic has a channel-first distribution model for all cloud video services, including the newly launched RP1Rooms. “It’s important that we keep innovating for our partners,” says Robertson. “The cloud video and unified conferencing spaces are evolving rapidly, and we want to make sure we remain ahead of the curve. Our partners can be confident when positioning the RP1.VC products versus any other major player, especially when it comes to quality, simplicity and security.”

Pragmatic has a number of exciting new product releases throughout the summer, including products to enable tighter integration with Microsoft workflows, and a WebRTC browser meeting experience for RP1Cloud users.

Partners or interested parties are encouraged to contact Michael Robertson for details. He can be reached at 416.716.9500 or michael.robertson@thinkpragmatic.com.

About Pragmatic

Pragmatic was founded in 2007 to bring new collaboration solutions to the global business market. Over the last 12 years, we've built a diverse customer base comprised of thousands of businesses representing all sizes and vertical markets. Operating as a facilities-based conferencing services provider, we pride ourselves on innovation and a commitment to customer satisfaction unparalleled in the collaboration space.

Pragmatic developed the RP1.VC suite in partnership with Polycom, and these are the only Global Polycom-Powered Video as a Service (VaaS) solutions available in the market today. Focused on world class video quality, the RP1.VC suite provides customers everything they need to virtualize their conferencing infrastructure and host video meetings for participants joining from any device. Visit www.rp1.vc or connect with us on Twitter.

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RDI, Inc. Announces Miniature Speaker Series

1W and 2W 20mm x 40mm Speakers Feature Ultra Low Profiles

MOUNT KISCO, NY, USA, July 16, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — RDI today announced a new line of compact, low-profile miniature speakers housed in packages as small as 13 mm x 13 mm. With profile depths as low as 5 mm, the miniature speakers offer a variety of power ratings from 1W to 2W and comes with impedances of 4 ohms or 8 ohms.

Available in rectangular frame or square frame packages, the miniature speaker series provides a number of mounting styles depending on the user’s need, including wire leads, solder pads/eyelets and spring terminals. Sound pressure levels range from 89db up to 102 db at 0.1 meters. All models are RoHS compliant.

Target applications include consumer electronics, industrial automation, portable and stationary medical equipment, safety and security, and more. With its numerous performance and size configurations, the miniature speaker series is able to match a wide range of application requirements.

Available in July 2019, the RDI miniature speaker series provides a rugged, low cost solution to audio applications of all types.

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Research Deliver Insight into Serbia Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband Market 2019-2025



WiseGuyReports.com “Serbia – Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband – Statistics and Analyses” report has been added to its Research Database.

PUNE, MAHARASTRA, INDIA, July 16, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — WiseGuyReports.com “Serbia – Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband – Statistics and Analyses” report has been added to its Research Database.

Scope of the Report:

Serbia’s telecom sector revenue returns to growth. Following an economically and politically turbulent period during the 1990s, Serbia started the first decade of the new millennium with strong GDP growth until the economic crisis of 2008. GDP growth soon recovered but more recently it has been stymied by the poor performance of Serbia’s principal trading markets, including Italy and Greece. 

Economic difficulties prompted the government to adopt a range of fiscal measures to raise revenue, including a short-term imposition of a 10% tax on telecom services. Similarly, the economic difficulties, compounded by a range of regulatory measures, saw a steady fall in telecom market revenue for a number of years although not all markets were affected equally. Telecom sector revenue improved in 2017, growing 1% year-on-year. 

Serbia’s integration with the European Union (EU), formalised by the Stabilisation and Association Agreement in 2008, has encouraged the government and regulator to adopted measures aimed at promoting telecoms reform. The Agreement oversees closer integration with the EU and covers commitments to political, economic, trade, or human rights reform. In addition, as part of the EU pre-accession process, Serbia has received financial aid to build public institutions and improve cross-border co-operation. Serbia has been an official EU candidate country since January 2014. 

EU reforms have been fundamental to Serbia’s telecom sector. The EU’s regulatory framework for communications (the NRF), adopted in mid-2010, promotes competition as the most efficient way to offer communications products and services while ensuring universal access. 

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Considerable network investment has been undertaken by incumbent and alternative operators in recent years, despite economic difficulties. This has helped to stimulate internet usage, which has also been bolstered by improved affordability as prices are reduced through competition. 

Serbia’s high mobile penetration, the result of multiple SIM card use, has seen lower revenue in recent years, placing further pressure on operators to develop business models which encourage consumer use of mobile data services as also the continued substitution of fixed-line for mobile voice calls. 

Key developments: 

MTS trials 5G services with Ericsson; 
Telenor Group completes sale of operations in Central Europe; 
Regulator amends Cellular Local Loop conditions; 
Telekom Serbia, Telenor Serbia and SBB launch joint multi-play service; 
Regulator licences three MNOs for spectrum in the 800MHz band, stimulating LTE development; 
Telenor Serbia upgrades mobile network with carrier aggregation technology; 
Report update includes the regulator’s 2017 annual report, market data report to June 2018, telcos’ operating and financial data to Q2 2018, recent market developments.

Companies mentioned in this report:

Mobilna Telefonija Srbija (MTS), Telekom Serbia, VIP Mobile, Telenor Serbia, Serbia Broadband (SBB), I.KOM, Knight Development Support, Invest-Inženjering, Beogrid, JET TV, Kopernikus Technology, BeotelNet, Sat Trakt, Telemark and Radijus vektor.

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Major Key Points in Table of Content:

Executive summary 
2. Key statistics 
3. Country overview 
4. Telecommunications market 
4.1 Market analysis 
5. Regulatory environment 
5.1 Law on Electronic Communications 
      5.1.1 Amendments 
    5.2 Regulatory authority 
    5.3 Telecom sector liberalisation 
    5.4 Privatisation 
      5.4.1 Telekom Serbia 
      5.4.2 Mobi 63 
    5.5 Interconnect 
    5.6 Universal service 
    5.7 Number Portability (NP) 
6. Fixed network operators 
    6.1 Telekom Serbia 
7. Telecommunications infrastructure 
    7.1 Overview of the national telecom network 
      7.1.1 Electric Energy Transmission and Transmission System Control (EMS) 
      7.1.2 EPS network 
    7.2 International infrastructure 
8. Fixed-line broadband market 
    8.1 Introduction and statistical overview 
    8.2 Broadband statistics 
    8.3 Forecasts – fixed broadband subscribers – 2019; 2021; 2023 
    8.4 Fixed-line broadband technologies 
      8.4.1 Hybrid Fibre Coax (HFC) networks 
      8.4.2 Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) networks 
      8.4.3 Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP) networks 
      8.4.4 Other fixed broadband services 
      8.4.5 WiMAX 
      8.4.6 W-Fi 
9. Digital economy 
    9.1 E-government 
10. Digital media 
    10.1 Videostreaming 
11. Mobile market 
    11.1 Market analysis 
    11.2 Mobile statistics 
    11.3 Mobile data 
      11.3.1 Short Message Service (SMS)/Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) 
    11.4 Mobile broadband 
    11.5 Regulatory issues 



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Research Deliver Insight into Senegal Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband Market 2019-2025



WiseGuyReports.com “Senegal – Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband – Statistics and Analyses” report has been added to its Research Database.

PUNE, MAHARASTRA, INDIA, July 16, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — WiseGuyReports.com “Senegal – Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband – Statistics and Analyses” report has been added to its Research Database.

Scope of the Report:

Senegal – Telecoms

Senegal approvesLLU to stimulate DSL market competition. Senegal’s economic growth has improvedsteadily in recent years, with GDP having grown at about 7% in 2017 and 2018.This has translated into consistent growth in the telecom market, with thenumber of mobile subscribers having increased 4.5% in the year to June 2018.Orange Group’s local subsidiary Orange Senegal (Sonatel) is the dominant playerin both the fixed-line and mobile sectors, though there is effectivecompetition in the mobile sector from Tigo Senegal (now owned by Saga AfricaHoldings) and Sudatel’s local unit Expresso, which have a 24% and 22% marketshare, respectively.

Competition in the fixed-line sector was introduced when Expresso launched services as the second national operator (SNO) in 2009. The new entrant initially chose CDMA2000 technology to serve both market segments but switched to GSM technology in 2010, including 3G/HSPA mobile broadband. Despite its market entry, Sonatel commands a near monopoly on fixed lines.
The mobile market has prospered, helped in part by poor fixed-line infrastructure in some rural areas. Mobile penetration reached about 106% by mid-2018. A range of value-added services is available to subscribers, including mobile broadband access, which has become by far the dominant internet platform, accounting for about 99% of all internet accesses as of mid-2018.

Recent licensing developments will help propel the LTE sector.
In June 2016 Sonatel secured a 17-year LTE licence (reduced from 20 years), as well as an extension to its fixed-line, 2G and 3G operating concessions (which had been due to expire in 2017) for no additional cost. The LTE licence includes the use of 10MHz of spectrum in the 1800MHz band and 10MHz in the 800MHz band. Sonatel must provide 70% population coverage within five years and 90% coverage within ten years.

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Development of the internet market until 2007 was hampered by Sonatel’s monopolistic pricing of bandwidth on the only high-capacity international submarine fibre optic cable serving the country. Competition in the DSL sector was also hindered by the lack of local loop unbundling regulations. Shortly after this facility finally became available in July 2018 three ISPs were granted licenses, each with coverage obligations in five regions of the country.

Key developments:

Sale of Tigo Senegal to Saga Africa Holdings approved;
Tax on telecom services increased to 5%;
Expresso launches E-Money platform;
Sonatel delivers LTE to 50% of the population;
Senegal Internet Exchange Point (SENIX) is opened;
Tigo and Sonatel inaugurate Tier III data centres;
Regulator awards more MVNOs licenses, deactivates some five million unregistered SIM cards;
Digital Senegal 2016-2025 programs to cost XOF1,346 billion;
ATOS Senegal replaces the State IT Agency (ADIE) to manage the 3,000km fibre network;
Report update includes the regulator’s market data to June 2018, operator data to Q3 2018, recent market developments.
Companies mentioned in this report:
Sonatel (Orange Senegal), Millicom (Sentel, Tigo Senegal), Saga Africa Holdings, Sudatel (Expresso), Arc Informatique, Globacom, Mainstreet Technologies, Lycamobile Senegal

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Major Key Points in Table of Content:
1. Executive summary
2. Key Statistics
3. Country overview
4. Telecommunications market
4.1 Historical overview
5. Regulatory environment
5.1 Telecom sector reform
5.2 Telecommunications Act of 2001
5.3 Regulatory authority
5.4 Universal Service Fund
5.5 West African common regulatory framework 2005
5.6 Electronic Transactions Act
5.7 Taxes
5.8 Telecom sector liberalisation
5.9 Digital Cities
5.10 Digital Senegal
5.11 Second national operator (SNO) licence
5.12 VoIP
6. Fixed network operators
6.1 Sonatel (Orange Senegal)
6.1.1 Subsidiaries
6.1.2 Privatisation
6.1.3 Financial results
6.1.4 Network infrastructure and services
6.1.5 Telecentres
6.1.6 International expansion
6.2 Expresso
7. Telecommunications infrastructure
7.1 Overview of the national telecom network
7.2 National Research and Education Network (NREN)
7.3 International infrastructure
7.3.1 Satellite
7.3.2 Terrestrial fibre and microwave
7.3.3 Submarine fibre
7.4 Data centres

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Research Deliver Insight into Saudi Arabia Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband Market 2019-2030



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Scope of the Report:

Saudi Arabia – Telecoms

Fibre broadband services are to be extended in Saudi Arabia 

Fibre broadband services offered in Saudi Arabia will be extended after an infrastructure sharing agreement was established in 2019; allowing Zain Saudi Arabia to utilise the infrastructure of Saudi Telecom Company (STC). Broadband is widely available in Saudi Arabia via DSL, fibre, and wireless and Saudi Arabia is considered a regional leader in terms of its fibre-based broadband deployment. 

In 2019 DSL subscriptions continue to decline as consumers switch to mobile broadband or fibre broadband services. Subscriptions to DSL have now dropped below 1 million for the first time in more than a decade. 

Mobile penetration is high in Saudi Arabia and the market is heavily saturated. This offers great potential for mobile commerce due to the uptake of mobile broadband services and adoption of smart phones. Mobile broadband subscriptions may pass 100% penetration in 2019. 

While the introduction of a biometric fingerprint mobile identification system initially impacted upon mobile subscription growth in Saudi Arabia; there is evidence in 2019 that growth is now rebounding with mobile subscriptions demonstrating growth again. 

5G is firmly on the agenda for Saudi Arabia with the regulator awarding new spectrum for 4G/5G use in early 2019. STC, Zain Saudi Arabia and Mobily have all developed various partnerships with solution providers in order to improve, test and prepare their networks for 5G. 

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This valuable report provides analyses, information, industry statistics and insights in the major players in Saudi Arabia’s progressive telecoms sector. 

Recent developments:

Competition in the fixed market may increase in Saudi Arabia with Universal Licenses having been awarded to some mobile operators. 

Saudi Arabia is expected to be one of the key growth markets for Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the Middle East. 

In 2019 Saudi Arabia is trialling blockchain technology. 

The finger-printing regulation for all mobile subscribers initially impacted upon the mobile sector in terms of both subscribers and revenue. 

Saudi Arabia is implementing strategies as part of its goals outlined for its 2020 National Transformation Plan as well as the Vision 2030 program.

Companies mentioned in this report include: 

Saudi Telecom Company (STC), Integrated Telecom Company (ITC), GO Telecom/Etihad Atheeb, Mobily/Ettihad Etisalat/Bayanat Al-Oula, Zain KSA, Virgin Mobile Saudi Arabia, Arabsat.

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Major Key Points in Table of Content:

Key statistics 
2. Country overview 
3. Telecommunications market 
Regulatory environment 
Fixed-network operators 
Telecommunications infrastructure 
Fixed-line broadband market 
Mobile market 
Related reportsList of Tables

Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 Regulatory environment Historic overview Regulatory authority Telecom sector liberalisation Data service provider licences Fixed-line licences New satellite broadband license Interconnect and access Number Portability (NP) Universal service Fixed network operators in Saudi Arabia Saudi Telecom Company (STC) Integrated Telecom Company (ITC) GO Telecom (Etihad Atheeb) Telecommunications infrastructure Overview of the national telecom network Alternative operators’ infrastructure International infrastructure (satellite, submarine) Terrestrial cable networks Submarine cable networks Satellite networks Data centres, cloud computing Smart infrastructure M2M/IoT/Big Data Blockchain Artificial Intelligence Smart grids Smart cities Broadband access market Introduction and statistical overview 


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Research Deliver Insight into Rwanda Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband Market 2019-2023



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Scope of the Report:

Rwandan mobile subscribers affected by SIM card restrictions

The Rwandan telecom market continues to develop strongly, buttressed by sustained GDP growth which has seen the country develop one the fastest-growing economies in the world. Supported by significant foreign aid, this growth has been helped by prudent fiscal and monetary policies which have create a business-friendly environment conducive to investment.

Nevertheless, poverty remains widespread. There is little economic diversity, with most of the population engaged in agriculture and a good proportion of the remainder involved in mineral and agro-processing sectors. The financial services sector is also underdeveloped: with banks focussed on government borrowing there is little attention paid to the support of small businesses, and most of the population has little or no access to conventional banking services. In turn, this has made Rwanda one of the more successful markets on the continent for mobile banking and payment services.

The country was slow to liberalise the mobile sector, allowing MTN a monopoly until 2006 when the fixed-line incumbent, Rwandatel (since acquired by Liquid Telecom) became the second mobile operator. There has been effective competition among the three current operators, each of which provides wide geographic coverage. The launch of services from Tigo in 2009 sparked renewed subscriber growth, though competition has eroded mobile services revenue and ARPU since then. However, the acquisition of Tigo by Airtel, a deal to be closed over a two-year period, will see the Tigo brand removed and a significant consolidation in the market.

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Rwanda’s internet and broadband sector has suffered from limited fixed-line infrastructure and high prices. Nevertheless, operators are rolling out national fibre-optic backbone networks which also allow them to connect to the international submarine fibre-optic cables on the African east coast. These cables have given the entire region fibre-based international bandwidth for the first time and ended its dependency on satellites. Liquid Telecom has continued to expand its FttP services across Kigali and a number of other towns.

Interest from investors in the country’s ICT sector remains strong. A deal with Korea Telecom has developed a wholesale LTE operator, Korea Telecom Rwanda Networks, which provides retail services to a number of fixed-line operators as well as to the mobile network operators. The number of subscribers on LTE infrastructure has increased sharply, helped by national LTE coverage achieved in mid-2018.

Key developments:

Rwanda’s schools benefit from connection to One Web Satellite’s network;

SIM Card registration scheme launched;

MTN invests in network upgrades;

Government commits to smart city infrastructure investment;

Liquid Telecom expands FttP network;

MNOs implement One Network Area scheme removing roaming charges;

Smart Africa Alliance Initiative to raise $300 billion by 2020 for regional ICT infrastructure;

KTRN reaches national LTE coverage;

Report update includes the regulator’s market data to March 2019, telcos’ operating data to Q4 2018, Telecom Maturity Index tables, charts and analyses, recent market developments.Companies mentioned in this report:

Rwandatel (Terracom, LapGreen); MTN Rwanda; Liquid Telecom; Tigo Rwanda (Millicom); Bharti Airtel; Artel Communications; Electrogaz.

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Major Key Points in Table of Content:

Key statistics Country overview Telecommunications market Market analysis Historic overview Regional African Market Comparison TMI vs GDP Mobile and mobile broadband Fixed and mobile broadband Regulatory environment Regulatory authority Rwanda Utilities Regulatory Agency (RURA) RITA and NICT Licensing Market liberalisation Third national operator licence Fourth mobile licence: Bharti Airtel Interconnection Universal access Fixed network operators Liquid Telecom Privatisation Network infrastructure Wireless local loop (WLL) Artel Communications Telecommunications infrastructure Overview of the national telecom network Liquid Telecom (Rwandatel/Terracom) Electrogaz MTN Rwanda International infrastructure VSAT Smart Africa Alliance The East Africa Backhaul System (EABS) Submarine fibre optic cables Fixed-line broadband market Introduction and statistical overview Market analysis Broadband statistics ISP market Rwanda Internet Exchange Point (RIXP) Cybercafes and telecentres One Laptop per Child (OLPC) Other initiatives Fixed-line broadband technologies Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) networks Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP) networks Other fixed broadband services Digital Economy E-government E-health E-learning Cloud services Mobile market Market analysis Mobile statistics Mobile data Mobile broadband Forecasts – mobile subscribers – 2019; 2023; 2023 Regulatory issues Mobile Number Portability (MNP) Tower infrastructure One Area Network SIM card registration Mobile infrastructure 4G (LTE) 3G Major mobile operators MTN Rwanda Rwandatel (formerly Terracom Mobile) Tigo Rwanda Airtel Rwanda Mobile handsets Mobile content and applications Money transfer, m-banking

Table 1 – Top Level Country Statistics and Telco Authorities – Rwanda – 2018 
Table 2 – Telecom sector investment – 2005 – 2018 
Table 3 – Telecom sector revenue – 2002 – 2018 
Table 4 – Historic – Fixed lines in service and teledensity – 1999 – 2009 
Table 5 – Fixed lines in service and teledensity – 2010 – 2018 
Table 6 – Fixed lines by operator – 2010 – 2018 
Table 7 – International bandwidth – 2006 – 2018 
Table 8 – Historic – Internet subscribers and penetration rate – 1999 – 2009 
Table 9 – Internet users and penetration rate – 2010- 2018 
Table 10 – Internet subscribers by platform – 2009- 2018 
Table 11 – Dial-up internet subscribers by operator – 2013 – 2018 
Table 12 – Fixed broadband (>256kb/s) subscribers by operator – 2013 – 2018 
Table 13 – Internet subscribers by major ISP – 2011 – 2017 
Table 14 –Prepaid and contract mobile subscribers –2016 – 2019 


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Research Deliver Insight into Russia – Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband Market Market 2019-2025



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Scope of the Report:
Russia – Telecoms
Russia’s mobile operators gear up for 5G services by 2019
The Russian telecom market is the largest in Europe, supported by a population of about 143.5 million. The country’s ongoing economic woes, partly resulting from difficulties associated with a range of sanctions related to the annexation of Ukraine, have impacted growth in the telecom sector.
The market is dominated by the western regions where the main cities and economic centres are concentrated. All sectors have been liberalised, with competition most prevalent in Moscow and St Petersburg. The former holding company for Russia’s incumbent telecom operators, Svyazinvest, has emerged as Rostelecom, with most regional players absorbed into the operator. Rostelecom subsequently merged its mobile business with Tele2 Russia, which launched mobile services in the important Moscow market in October 2015.
Telcos continue to deploy and modernise fixed-line network infrastructure to offer improved broadband services as well as a range of IP-delivered content. The government is investing billions of Rubles in a 200,000km telecom network which will provide a broadband service of at least 10Mb/s to thousands of underserved villages. Rostelecom has been contracted to undertake and manage the work.
Russia has also emerged as one of Europe’s fastest growing markets for fibre-based broadband, with Rostelecom’s own fibre broadband access network covering more than 33 million premises. By the end of 2016 some 60% of the company’s broadband subscribers were on its fibre infrastructure.
The number of mobile subscriptions has passed 230 million, while SIM card penetration is high, at around 162% by early 2017. Several mobile network operators are active, although the market is dominated by four major operators (MTS, VimpelCom, Tele2 Russia/Rostelecom and MegaFon). These have expanded their footprints widely through the acquisition of smaller regional service providers. Tele2 Russia has undergone several changes of ownership in recent years, becoming a significant player following its merger with Rostelecom. Competition in the key markets of Moscow and St Petersburg is fierce, due to the size of the cities’ populations and the higher concentration of wealth there. Tele2 Russia launched services in Moscow in late 2015 and has steadily gained market share.

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The extensive deployment of LTE infrastructure is supporting growth opportunities through mobile broadband and data services, which make up a growing proportion of overall mobile revenue. Investments in carrier aggregation and LTE-A technologies have further boosted network capabilities, while operators have also have strategies in place to prepare for 5G. Trials of 5G-based services are expected to be undertaken during the 2018 football World Cup, to be held in Russia.

This report provides an overview of Russia’s fixed-line telecom and IT markets. It includes information on key regulatory developments, data on fixed-line networks, and an assessment of telcos’ financial and operating performance. The report also covers the mobile market, assessing regulatory developments and detailing the strategies of the major operators. It evaluates technologies and areas including mobile data, content and applications. In addition the report provides data and analyses on the fixed-line and wireless broadband market, noting developments in a range of technologies including DSL, cable and FttX and providing subscriber forecasts to 2021.

Key developments:
Rostelecom appointed the sole universal telecom services provider, contracted to develop telecom network offering improved services to 13,600 villages;
Rostelecom considers increasing its stake in Tele2 Russia;
MTS launches MTS Money Wallet service;
MegaFon and VimpelCom sharing 1,300 LTE base stations by March 2017;
VimpelCom contracts Huawei to trial LTE-A and 5G technologies;
VimpelCom agrees to sell tower infrastructure to Russian Towers;
Ericsson and MTS sign agreement to develop 5G services by 2018;
Rostelecom’s fibre subscriber base broaches 7.3 million by end-2016;
Moscow City Telephone Network reports having 1.63 million subscribers on its GPON network;
Rostelecom opens tender to upgrade DSL areas with VDSL2;
Report update includes the regulator’s market data to September 2016, telcos’ financial and operating data to Q4 2016, recent market developments.

Companies mentioned in this report:

TransTeleCom, VimpelCom, ER-Telecom, MTS, Rostelecom, PeterStar, MegaFon, Tele2 Russia, Skylink, Volga Telecom, SMARTS Group, Uralsvyazinform, Synterra Telecom, Comstar, Summa Telecom, MetroMAX, Yota, Virgin Connect, Enforta, Golden Telecom, Mostelecom, Akado Group, NTV, Ren TV, CTC Media, TV Radio Company.

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Major Key Points in Table of Content:
1. Key statistics
1.1 Country overview
2. Telecommunications market
2.1 Market analysis
3. Regulatory environment
3.1 Telecommunications Law 2003
3.2 Regulatory authority
3.3 Telecom sector liberalisation
3.4 Privatisation
3.5 Interconnection
3.6 Access
3.7 Carrier selection
3.8 Universal Service Obligation
4. Fixed network operators
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Svyazinvest
4.2.1 Regional operators
4.3 Rostelecom
4.4 Central Telegraph
4.5 VEON
4.6 Multiregional Transit Telecom
4.7 TransTeleCom (TTK)
4.8 PeterStar
4.9 ER-Telecom
4.10 MTS
5. Telecommunications infrastructure
5.1 Overview of the national telecom network
5.1.1 Central Telegraph
5.1.2 MTS
5.1.3 Golden Telecom
5.1.4 PeterStar
5.1.5 Rostelecom
5.1.6 TransTeleCom
5.1.7 ER-Telecom
5.2 International networks
5.2.1 Satellite networks
5.3 Data centres
6. Broadband market
6.1 Introduction and statistical overview
6.1.1 Market analysis
6.1.2 Regulatory developments
6.1.3 Broadband statistics
6.1.4 Forecasts – broadband subscribers – 2019; 2021; 2023
6.2 Hybrid Fibre Coax (HFC) networks
6.3 Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) networks
6.3.1 Rostelecom
6.3.2 MTS
6.3.3 VEON
6.3.4 Other providers
6.4 Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP)
6.5 Other fixed broadband services
6.5.1 Broadband Powerline (BPL)
6.5.2 Fixed wireless broadband
6.5.3 Wi-Fi
6.5.4 WiMAX
6.5.5 Internet via satellite
7. Mobile communications
7.1 Market analysis
7.2 Mobile statistics
7.2.1 General statistics
7.3 Mobile infrastructure
7.3.1 5G
7.3.2 4G (LTE)
7.3.3 3G
7.3.4 GSM
7.4 Narrowband IoT (NB-IoT)
7.5 M2M networks
7.5.1 Mobile voice
7.5.2 Mobile data
7.5.3 Mobile broadband
7.6 Regulatory issues
7.6.1 Mobile Number Portability (MNP)
7.6.2 3G licences
7.6.3 800MHz spectrum
7.6.4 900MHz spectrum
7.6.5 1800MHz spectrum
7.6.6 2.6GHz spectrum
7.6.7 Roaming
7.6.8 Infrastructure sharing

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