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ツバルの通信、モバイル、ブロードバンド:統計データと分析

Tuvalu - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses

 

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BuddeComm
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2016年9月US$550
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この調査レポートはツバルの通信、モバイル、ブロードバンドを調査・分析したBuddeCommの通信市場調査報告書です。

Overview

The Tuvalu - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses report includes all BuddeComm research data and analysis on this country. Covering trends and developments in telecommunications, mobile, internet, broadband, infrastructure and regulation.
Please review the Executive Summary and Table of Contents for more details.

Report Description

Improved satellite infrastructure expected to make a vast difference in Tuvalu
Tuvalu has a very small population on a global scale, with less than 10,000 inhabitants on the remote and scattered group of nine inhabited coral atolls. Mobile subscriber penetration sits at around 40% in Tuvalu, compared to fixed broadband at only 10% penetration. Surprisingly, this fixed broadband penetration is comparatively quite high when compared to most other South Pacific nations.
Tuvalu Telecommunications Corporation (TCC) is the government-owned and sole provider of telecommunication services. While it holds the monopoly in Tuvalu; in 2012 an amendment to the Telecommunications Act paved the way for government to license a second operator in the future.
TCC is working to improve telecoms services across Tuvalu which is heavily based on satellite technology. TCC has signed deals with Kacific Broadband Satellite which will see increases to high-speed bandwidth capacity over the next few years.
In addition, in 2015 Asia Broadcast Satellite (ABS) and TTC announced they had signed a 5-year contract to improve capacity and offer higher speed Internet for schools, hospitals and banks as well increased IP backhaul capacity for the mobile network.
These developments will go a long way to improve the telecoms services for citizens of Tuvalu.

Key developments:

Tuvalu suffered wide-spread damaged caused by Cyclone Pam in March 2015.
3G has not yet been launched in Tuvalu.
Tuvalu is the unique owner of the Internet domain suffix .tv which has provided extra income to the country.
In 2015 a network sharing deal was signed between TTC and FSM Telecom from Micronesia.
TTC signed deals with Kacific Broadband Satellite and Asia Broadcast Satellite (ABS) which will provide increased satellite capacity and coverage for Tuvalu.Companies covered in this report include:
Tuvalu Telecommunications Corporation (TTC); FSM Telecom; Kacific Broadband Satellite; Asia Broadcast Satellite (ABS).

Executive SummaryImproved satellite infrastructure expected to make a vast difference in Tuvalu
Tuvalu has a very small population on a global scale, with less than 10,000 inhabitants on the remote and scattered group of nine inhabited coral atolls. Mobile subscriber penetration sits at around 40% in Tuvalu, compared to fixed broadband at only 10% penetration. Surprisingly, this fixed broadband penetration is comparatively quite high when compared to most other South Pacific nations.
Tuvalu Telecommunications Corporation (TCC) is the government-owned and sole provider of telecommunication services. While it holds the monopoly in Tuvalu; in 2012 an amendment to the Telecommunications Act paved the way for government to license a second operator in the future.
TCC is working to improve telecoms services across Tuvalu which is heavily based on satellite technology. TCC has signed deals with Kacific Broadband Satellite which will see increases to high-speed bandwidth capacity over the next few years.
In addition, in 2015 Asia Broadcast Satellite (ABS) and TTC announced they had signed a 5-year contract to improve capacity and offer higher speed Internet for schools, hospitals and banks as well increased IP backhaul capacity for the mobile network.
These developments will go a long way to improve the telecoms services for citizens of Tuvalu.

Key developments:

Tuvalu suffered wide-spread damaged caused by Cyclone Pam in March 2015.
3G has not yet been launched in Tuvalu.
Tuvalu is the unique owner of the Internet domain suffix .tv which has provided extra income to the country.
In 2015 a network sharing deal was signed between TTC and FSM Telecom from Micronesia.
TTC signed deals with Kacific Broadband Satellite and Asia Broadcast Satellite (ABS) which will provide increased satellite capacity and coverage for Tuvalu.Companies covered in this report include:
Tuvalu Telecommunications Corporation (TTC); FSM Telecom; Kacific Broadband Satellite; Asia Broadcast Satellite (ABS).



目次

Key statistics Country overview Telecommunications market Historical overview Market analysis Recent developments Regulatory environment Tuvalu Telecom Act 1993 Tuvalu Telecommunications Corporation (amendment) Act 2012 Regulatory authority Fixed network operators Tuvalu Telecommunications Corporation (TTC) Telecommunications infrastructure National telecom network International infrastructure Satellite Smart infrastructure Smart grids Broadband access market Introduction and statistical overview Broadband statistics Mobile communications Market analysis Mobile statistics Related reportsList of Tables

Table 1 - Country statistics - 2015
Table 2 - Telephone network statistics - 2015
Table 3 - Broadband statistics - 2015
Table 4 - Mobile statistics - 2015
Table 5 - National telecommunications authorities
Table 6 - Evolution of GDP in Tuvalu - 2011 - 2016
Table 7 - Key telecom parameters - 2013; 2015
Table 8 - Tuvalu - fixed lines in service and teledensity - 2006 - 2015
Table 9 - Tuvalu - fixed broadband subscriptions and penetration - 2006 - 2015
Table 10 - Tuvalu - mobile subscribers and penetration - 2011 - 2015List of Exhibits

Exhibit 1 - Rising sea levels threaten Tuvalu
Exhibit 2 - AusAID project

 

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