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世界の通信サービスの市場動向と分析:2018年12月と2022年までの市場予測 - レポートとデータセット

World Telecom Services & Players – Dataset & Report

Trends & Analyses - Markets at December 2018 & Forecasts to 2022

 

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フランスの調査会社イダテ社(IDATE)の調査レポート「世界の通信サービスの市場動向と分析:2018年12月と2022年までの市場予測 - レポートとデータセット」は、世界の通信サービス市場について調査し、調査レポート(パワーポイント)とデータベース(エクセル)で提供している。

  1. 世界の26か国と5地域の2022年までのサービス収益と利用のデータと予測をエクセルで提供している。
  2. 通信サービス市場の最新の状況と5年間の予測、世界の市場動向と成長について技術毎や市場毎にパワーポイントで提供している。世界の主要な通信企業についても概観している。

Summary

The global telecom services market’s trajectory in 2017 and 2018 confirmed, and even amplified, the change in direction that began in 2016 on both sides of the Atlantic.

In the United States, mobile revenue has been on a downwards slide for three years, after hitting a record high in 2015, and dragging the entire telecom services market down with it. And despite a still solid momentum, fixed broadband revenue has not been enough to offset these losses.

In Europe, on the other hand, the mobile services market is slowly getting back on track, and even though growth in the fixed segment has been softer than in North America, the market as a whole is on an upwards swing.

Meanwhile, the growth revival in Latin America continues, after the major setback in 2016, while Asia-Pacific is widening its lead, thanks to emerging superpowers like India, and especially China, and its market value now outweighs North America’s by close to 20%. Lastly, the Africa-Middle East region continues to be a real source of future growth, at least in terms of volume.

This study provides an overview of the market and includes two deliverables:

1. A dataset dedicated to service revenues and usage with data and forecasts up to 2022 for 26 countries, five regions & aggregate world figures.
2. A report (ppt format) providing readers with the current status and 5-year forecasts of the telecom services market, along with analyses of global trends and growth dynamics by technology and by markets. It also provides a profile of the world’s top telcos.

DataSet Scope

Access indicators

• Number of traditional landlines
• Number of VoIP subscribers
• Number of mobile customers, of LTE customers
• Number of postpaid mobile customers
• Number of M2M SIM-cards
• Number of fixed broadband subscribers ((total and by access technology)
• Market share of the leading mobile operators
• Market share of the leading broadband Internet access providers

Revenue indicators

• Revenues from fixed telephony
• Revenues from fixed data transmission
• Revenues from fixed Internet services
• Mobile services turnover, mobile voice turnover, mobile data turnover

Socio-economic data

• Gross Domestic Product (GDP): annual 2012-2022
• Population

Type of data

• Historical data 2012-2017
• Estimates 2018
• Forecasts up to 2022

Geographical coverage

• The global market for telecom services has been divided into five main zones: Europe, North America, Latin America, Asia/Pacific and Africa/Middle East.
• The countries below are detailed within each zone.
• Regional consolidations take into account all the countries of the zone.

Geographic area & Players

Asia-Pacific  

  • Australia
  • China
  • India
  • Indonesia
  • Japan
  • South Korea
Europe  
  • Belgium
  • France
  • Germany
  • Italy
  • Netherlands
  • Poland
  • Russia
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • Turkey
  • United Kingdom
Latin America  
  • Argentina
  • Brazil
  • Mexico
Middle East & Africa  
  • Nigeria
  • Saudi Arabia
  • South Africa
North America
  • Canada
  • United States

Players

  • Altice
  • AT&T
  • America Móvil
  • BCE
  • Bharti Airtel
  • BT
  • Century Link
  • Charter
  • China Mobile
  • China Telecom
  • China Unicom
  • Comcast
  • Deutsche Telekom
  • Etisalat
  • KDDI
  • KT
  • Liberty Global
  • NTT
  • Orange
  • SingTel
  • SK Telecom
  • Softbank
  • Swisscom
  • Telecom Italia
  • Telefónica
  • Telenor
  • Telstra
  • Veon
  • Verizon
  • Vodafone

Other details

  • Reference: M18110BA
  • Delivery: on the DigiWorld Interactive platform
  • Languages available: French, English
  • Tags: broadband, fixed data, fixed Internet, fixed telephony, M2M, Mobile, telecom markets, telecom players, Telecom Services, VoIP, Wireline

 



目次

1. Executive Summary

1.1. Key trends
1.2. Telecom markets vs. the economy as a whole
1.3. What is driving telecom market growth?
1.4. United States, the world’s biggest telecom services market. Asia/Pacific, the biggest regional market
1.5. Germany: number one market in Europe, ahead of the UK – and a widening gap with France, in third place

2. Markets by segment

2.1. Mobile’s share of the market increasing steadily
2.2. Wireline telephony losing ground across the board
2.3. Mobile dominates worldwide
2.4. Mobile services revenue growth
2.5. The rise of LTE
2.6. Fixed data services continue to grow

3. Markets by region

3.1. Growth now concentrated in emerging markets
3.2. North America
3.3. Europe
3.4. Asia/Pacific
3.5. Latin America
3.6. Africa/Middle East

4. The world’s top telcos

4.1. The world leaders
4.2. EBITDA margins that continue to vary between 20% and 50%…
4.3. … and Capex to sales ratios of between 10% and 35%

5. Methodology

5.1. List of indicators by country
5.2. Definitions
5.3. Segmentation of certains services
5.4. Sources

 

List of tables and figures

1. Executive Summary

  • Compared growth rates for telecom services revenue worldwide and global GDP, 2012-2021
  • Compared growth rates for regional telecom services revenue and GDP, 2012-2021
  • Average annual telecom services market growth, 2012-2021
  • How the different segments contribute to global telecom services revenue growth, 2012-2021
  • Breakdown of regional telecom services revenue worldwide, by segment, in 2016
  • Breakdown of telecom services turnover in the main European countries in 2016

2. Markets by segment

  • Change in the breakdown of telecom services revenue, by segment, between 2016 and 2021
  • Comparison of the decrease in traditional fixed telephone lines and revenue per-line, 2012-2021
  • Evolution of regional wireline telephony revenue, 2012-2021
  • Mobile subscriber growth worldwide, 2012-2021
  • Breakdown of the global mobile subscriber base in 2016
  • Growth of mobile services revenue by region, 2012-2021
  • Evolution of mobile ARPU (excl. M2M) by region, 2011-2017
  • Top 10 LTE markets, as of December 2016
  • Estimated breakdown of LTE subscribers around the world, 2012-2021
  • Growth of fixed data traffic and internet access revenue, by region, 2011-2021
  • Evolution of global fixed broadband customer numbers, 2012-2021

3. Markets by region

  • Telecom services revenue growth between 2016 and 2021
  • Breakdown of telecom services revenue in North America, 2016-2021
  • Evolution of fixed broadband subscriber numbers in North America, 2012-2021
  • Breakdown of telecom services revenue in Europe, 2016-2021
  • Change prepaid vs. postpaid subscriber ratio in Europe, 2011-2021
  • Breakdown of telecom services revenue in Asia/Pacific, 2016-2021
  • Mobile and LTE subscriber growth in Asia/Pacific, 2012-2021
  • Breakdown of telecom services revenue in Latin America, 2016-2021
  • Mobile subscriber growth in Latin America, 2012-2021
  • Breakdown of telecom services revenue in Africa/Middle East, 2016-2021
  • Mobile subscriber growth in Africa/the Middle East, in 2016

4. The world’s top telcos

  • Top 30 telecom operators based on turnover in 2016
  • How the world’s top telcos’ EBITDA margin (EBITDA : revenue) has evolved, 2011-2016
  • Evolution of the rate of investment (CapEx to sales ratio) for the globe’s top telcos, 2011-2016

 

 

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プレスリリース

[プレスリリース原文]

The global revenues from telecom services will grow from 1,174 billion EUR in 2015 to 1,293 billion EUR in 2020

Didier_Pouillot_N&B

Didier Pouillot
Head of Strategies Telecoms Business Unit , IDATE DigiWorld

With revenues from mobile services as principal growth engine, which will grow by 14% between 2015 and 2020 (+2.8% per year on average), and reaching 814 billion EUR in 2020.

 

19/10/2016

With global penetration more than 100% in 2014, subscriber growth is expected to gradually slow down over the next few years. The number of fixed Internet subscribers is increasing at roughly the same pace, but customer numbers are eight times smaller. The one billion mark is not expected to be reached before 2020 and traditional landlines continue to loose ground as VoIP and mobile gain ground.

The spread of broadband

the number of fixed broadband subscribers is expected to reach 1 billion worldwide by the end of 2019. The number of LTE customers is shooting up, with services based on carrier aggregation no longer being limited to just the more developed countries.

Three major factors will play in favour of the spread of broadband:

The success of bundled offers (fixed telephony, VoIP, TV, mobile telephony) and the appetite for video applications.

The investment of telecom operators in the migration of their infrastructures to mobile or fixed broadband.

The comfort provided by ultra-fast mobile broadband and the new uses it enables.

Revenue from telecom services

The global revenues from telecom services will grow from 1,174 billion EUR in 2015 to 1,293 billion EUR in 2020, representing an average annual growth of 2.0%.

• Revenues from mobile services will grow by 14% between 2015 and 2020 (+2.8% per year on average), reaching 814 billion EUR in 2020.

• Revenues associated with data transmission and Internet will grow more strongly (+21% between 2015 and 2020, i.e. +4.3% per year on average), to reach 344 billion EUR in 2020.

Revenues from fixed telephony will continue to decline significantly (-23% between 2015 and 2020, i.e. a decline of 4.6% per year on average), to be at 135 billion EUR in 2020..

Disparate performances from operators in emerging countries

Top telcos in emerging countries continue to suffer from a sudden halt in value growth. China’s three operators in particular have seen virtually no progress: China Unicom actually reported a 3% drop in revenue. Their margins are come in line with industry standards: between 30% and 40% of EBITDA margins.
Several of these operators are actively engaged in an international expansion into Africa and Latin America, but also into advanced markets, particularly in Europe.

European operators starting incrementally to get back on track

Telcos in Europe are back on a growth path. If most of the top carriers are still reporting decreasing revenue, some are seeing an increase, notably Deutsche Telekom, Telenor and to a lesser extent Orange, thanks to their international operations. Their spending on LTE and superfast fixed access networks (FTTx) has not yet paid off and helped to bolster ARPU.

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