2025年,光纤宽带用户群在印度达到1000万:诺基亚

诺基亚的首席营销官Amit Marwah表示,该增长将由该国更大的电信运营商的扩张计划驱动。他补充说,由于对他们的商业案例和资金的限制,小型互联网服务提供商可能会看到其客户补充放缓。“电信在这个细分市场上看涨。”

由Ashutosh Kumar.

新德里:纤维到家中(FTTH.一份报告称,印度的联系于2014年的2014年增加到400万至400万,并预测到2025年达到1000万辆。

印度的固定宽带用户群同比增长12%,达到2020年的2200万,这是一系列因素,如家庭工作中的一系列因素,在Covid-19大流行,捆绑包装OTT.据移动宽带印度交通指数(Mbit)2021通过芬兰电信制造商报告,以及私人玩家的蜂窝连接效益以及私人玩家的进入以及私人玩家的进入诺基亚

因此,报告指出,预计预测订户的增长是在2020-25期间在2020-25期间在CAGR中为固定宽带段的收入。

诺基亚的首席营销官Amit Marwah表示,该增长将由该国更大的电信运营商的扩张计划驱动。他补充说,由于对他们的商业案例和资金的限制,小型互联网服务提供商可能会看到其客户补充放缓。“电信在这个细分市场上看涨。”

预计纤维还将出现在2025年之前的领先固定宽带技术,并将持有53%的市场份额,超越DSL +电缆(35%),固定无线接入(8%)和其他技术(4%)。

2025年,光纤宽带用户群在印度达到1000万:诺基亚
固定宽带的讨论不完整,而不提及私人电信在印度的举措如此依赖JIO.Bharti Airtel.

例如,Airtel最近表示将停止提供基于铜的宽带连接,并将在该国提供纤维到家。它还旨在通过1000多个城市的LCO合作典型型号提供宽带,从目前的120个城市,ET报告于2月4日版。

“宽带类别清楚地看到了很强的采用,我相信未来几年将是将这一业务扩大的时候,因为需要高速宽带爆炸。我们继续专注于我们的核心战略的扩张和经验商业,”戈帕尔vittal.Airtel首席执行官在盈利期间曾说过。

据Vittal的说法,Airtel在第三季度第三季度增加了140万英国FTTH用户的一项高度。

另一方面,印度最大的Telco Jio也表示,它是Jiofiber横幅下的FTTH服务在全国各地独特发售和广泛网络上的3季度目睹了大幅度的摄取。

国营电信银行桑切尔Nigam Limited也逐渐在宽带市场上获得足迹。去年的展示展示BSNL.计划每月加入大约1万左右的客户。

Telco仅在2020年10月的10月加入了一个惊人的88,779个连接,由Kerala Circle装有15,793个新的连接,其次是泰米尔纳德圈,具有10,539个新的连接。

第四大Telco还推出了一个单一的订阅视频流平台Yupptv与Yupptv合作,以承担其竞争对手,这些竞争对手已经提供了访问奥特奥特服务,如亚马逊Prime,Netflix,索尼LIV等其他人。

在塔上纤维化侧面,电信齿轮制造商预测70%的电信塔将以2024年纤维化为纤维化,而目前为5G卷展栏增益速度的准备工作。


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印度的5G旅程:电信行业站在哪里?

  • 1的10个
    政府小组在2017年成立

    2017年政府建立了一个高级论坛,以评估和批准在2020年到2020年将该国带来5克的路线图和行动计划。该小组由学术界,行业利益攸关方和电信部委秘书,IT和科学组成的小组。和技术,留出了R&D活动的500亿卢比的语料库。

  • 第2分之一
    2018年提交的报告推动使用案例和现场试验

    由斯坦福大学的Jaulraj教授主持的指导委员会创造了七项工作量,包括围绕频谱政策,监管政策,申请和使用案例实验室的特遣部队。高级论坛报告建议在印度建立应用和用途实验室,并开发当地量身定制的解决方案。Aruna Sundararajan女士,前电信秘书邀请三星,爱立信,诺基亚,思科,NEC,高通公司和英特尔在印度进行重大试验。制定的特遣部队为5G相关申请的框架设计,并使用案例实验室(UCL)建议在每个经济垂直于农业,健康,银行和铁路UCL开始在第一阶段开始建立UCL。

  • 3的共有10个
    努力发展印度的特定用例

    政府推出了一项三大计划,即“建立端到端的5G试验床”,将创新和研究推进到2018年3月开始的5G,预算授权为224亿卢比。高级小组向政府建议给予六个月的积极试用期,应提供12个月的频谱许可证。然而,2019年2月的DOT的无线规划翼已表示,5G试验的自由谱可以仅为90天分配,引用当前规则。虽然移动运营商和设备供应商争辩,但需要至少一年来运营复杂的现场试验。

  • 4的十分之一
    5G试验台和用案例开发

    瑞典的爱立信成为2018年7月在IIT Delhi在IIT Delhi测试的公共访问5克的装备供应商,以开发新的申请,以允许行业和相关机构在印度的特定使用情况和应用程序上工作。2019年5月,它在辐射频谱许可证过期后简要停止了其工作。另一方面,诺基亚是开发了5G本地用例,与企业和孟加拉堡研发中心的企业和创业公司合作。

    华为还希望在印度建立自己的测试平台,与IITS这样的机构合作。它开始与学术界和电话组织进行讨论,以便对测试该技术并确定新的用例。

  • 5的10个
    华为,中兴和印度的5克路线图

    华为和中兴通讯参与印度的5G现场试验和商业网络的不确定性是不确定性的。印度电信运营商今年早些时候寻求清晰,在5G现场试验中,华为参与并允许其5G网络的设备。印度政府已经表明,它不会妥协其电信网络的安全,并符合数据主权的优先权。

    美国一直迫使印度从5G开发和部署中禁止华为,由于该公司涉嫌对中国政府的涉嫌接近的人来说,涉及网络目录的担忧。反过来,如果要施加这样的禁令,中国也向印度与印度的关系产生了警告。

  • 6的10个
    Tsdsi与Industry对印度特定标准之间的争用

    电信行业与印度标准 - TSDSI相冲突,而不是在制定阶段的地方5G标准的发展中。电信标准发展社会,印度(TSDSI)一直推动众所周知的局部修改,称为大型电池低移动性(LMLC),因为它断言,增强能够通过基站覆盖范围,具有更广泛的地区的基站,范围高达3-4公里半径的区域并提高手机的电池寿命。虽然代表运营商的柯伊争辩说,所提出的修改不会对全球5G标准的已经批准的本地规范添加多大价值,并将延迟推出。它还据称,该机构要求的目前规范将导致国际漫游,产品测试和规模经济等互操作性挑战。然而,标准机构在其答复时表示,所述更改不会推迟5G的卷展栏,因为它们本质上是一些软件调整。争议尚未达成共识。

  • 7的10个
    频谱储备价格的老常见争端

    TRAI在3.3-3.6 GHz频段中将492亿卢比为5G电视机的基本速度设定为5G风波,并授权Telco在20个单位的块中购买。因此,要求运营商支付至少9,840亿卢比,以便在泛印度的基础上购买5G频谱,这转化为大约50,000亿卢比的支出,以便有效推出100个单位。监管机构和该行业在价格问题上陷入僵局。作为GSMA报告所述,该国10月的频谱拍卖会出现更大的频谱,包括七个频段。但是,只有41%的可用频谱销售。政府没有看到700 MHz频谱的Taker首次出售,主要是由于储备价格高。700 MHz的推荐泛印度储备价格为每MHz 6,538卢比,而不是最后一次达到11,500卢比。

  • 8的10分
    电话表达了他们对Coai的IMC'19的担忧

    今年10月的电信运营商敦促政府调查频谱定价,根据它们是过高的。Bharti企业副主席Rakesh Bharti Mittal表示,监管机构建议的5G风波的储备价格比全球同行高七倍。JIO总监Mahendra Nahata Mittal还要求政府以5G频谱价格剥夺,警告较高的楼层将导致5G网络变得不可逃脱和延迟。此外,Bharti Airtel和Vodafone Ideo早些时候对今年的拍卖表示担忧。例如,Airtel暗示它可能不会以当前的“过高”价格参与拍卖。沃达丰想法要求,在2020年之前不应出售5G频谱,因为需要首先开发特定于印度的用例。

  • 9的10个
    工业集团柯奈最近的评论

    代表电信玩家和供应商的机构最近表示,由于过高的基础价格,频谱不足和更新乐队的不可用,印度运营商可能会在至少五年内推回5G网络部署。崔·董事rajan mathews表示,不仅是频谱的价格标签对于该行业来说都是昂贵的,但即使是该行业正在寻求每次运营商100MHz的航空量也不足。针对最初是可用的300 MHz,空间和国防部门一直在寻求累计125 MHz的索赔,可能为所有5克志愿者只留下175 MHz。此外,与国际标准和其他市场(如韩国)和美国等市场的拍卖相比,身体前面有前面指出,5克价格高出至少30%至40%。

  • 10的10个
    国际电联坚持电话的需求为26 GHz乐队的需求铺路方式

    Another point of dispute between the industry and DoT had been ISRO’s demand to cut down transmission power to 5G base stations from 60 dbm to 37 dbm on the 26 GHz band as it requires a small slug of the band for satellite services without any interference from the 5G mobile networks. Operators in recent months had protested this proposal on the ground that it would increase deployment costs 16x and make 5G services completely unviable. However, the International Telecom Union (ITU) dismissed the proposal and upheld the view of the telecom industry at the World Radio Communications 2019 conference in Egypt. The move came to be seen as a victory as it paved the way for operators to commercially use 26GHz band for the ultra-fast wireless broadband service. COAI had also backed the industry’s stance as India has a whopping 3250 Mhz of airwaves in this premium band, as opposed to merely 175 units in the 3.5 GHz band that the government plans to auction.

The government in 2017 had set up a high-level forum to evaluate and approve roadmaps and action plans to bring 5G in the country by 2020. The panel comprised of members from academia, industry stakeholders and secretaries of ministries of telecom, IT, and science and technology and set aside a corpus of Rs 500 crore for R&D activities.<\/p>","seolocation":"indias-5g-journey-where-does-the-telecom-industry-stand\/government-panel-set-up-in-2017","seolocationalt":"indias-5g-journey-where-does-the-telecom-industry-stand\/government-panel-set-up-in-2017","mediaType":"1"},"_72370306":{"msid":"72370306","secsname":"Report submitted in 2018 pushing for Use cases and field trials","ssname":"Report submitted in 2018 pushing for Use cases and field trials","artdate":1575467217,"artag":"","overridelink":"","windowtype":"","caption":"

A steering committee chaired by Prof. A J Paulraj of Stanford University created seven task Forces including ones around Spectrum Policy, Regulatory Policy, Application, and Use Case Labs among others. The High-Level Forum report recommended establishing application and use case labs in India and developing locally tailored solutions. Ms. Aruna Sundararajan, former telecom secretary invited Samsung, Ericsson, Nokia, CISCO, NEC, Qualcomm, and Intel to conduct major trials in India. The task force set up to devise a framework for 5G related Applications and Use Case Labs (UCL) recommended that UCLs be set up in each economic vertical with Agriculture, Health, Banking, and Railways UCLs to start in the first phase.<\/p>","seolocation":"indias-5g-journey-where-does-the-telecom-industry-stand\/report-submitted-in-2018-pushing-for-use-cases-and-field-trials","seolocationalt":"indias-5g-journey-where-does-the-telecom-industry-stand\/report-submitted-in-2018-pushing-for-use-cases-and-field-trials","mediaType":"1"},"_72370294":{"msid":"72370294","secsname":"Efforts towards developing India specific use cases","ssname":"Efforts towards developing India specific use cases","artdate":1575467217,"artag":"","overridelink":"","windowtype":"","caption":"

The government launched a three -year program namely \u2018Building an End-to-End 5G Test Bed\u2019 to advance innovation and research into 5G which began in March 2018, with a budget authorization of Rs 224 crore. The high-level panel had suggested to the government that given a six-month active trial period, spectrum license for the purpose should be provided for 12 months. However, the wireless planning wing of DoT in February 2019 had said that the free spectrum for 5G trials can be allocated only for 90 days, citing current rules. While mobile operators and equipment vendors have contended that at least a year is needed to run complicated field trials.<\/p>","seolocation":"indias-5g-journey-where-does-the-telecom-industry-stand\/efforts-towards-developing-india-specific-use-cases","seolocationalt":"indias-5g-journey-where-does-the-telecom-industry-stand\/efforts-towards-developing-india-specific-use-cases","mediaType":"1"},"_72370277":{"msid":"72370277","secsname":"5G testbeds and use case development","ssname":"5G testbeds and use case development","artdate":1575467217,"artag":"","overridelink":"","windowtype":"","caption":"

Sweden's Ericsson became the first gear vendor to launch a public access 5G testbed at IIT Delhi in July 2018 to develop new applications to allow the industry and relevant institutions to work on India specific usage scenarios and applications. In May 2019, it briefly halted its work after its radiating spectrum license expired. Nokia, on the other hand, is developed 5G local use cases in partnership with enterprises and startups at its Bengaluru R&D center.<\/p>

Huawei is also looking to establish its own testbed in India in partnership with institutes like IITs. It has started discussions with academia and telcos to set it up to test the technology and identify new use cases.<\/p>","seolocation":"indias-5g-journey-where-does-the-telecom-industry-stand\/5g-testbeds-and-use-case-development","seolocationalt":"indias-5g-journey-where-does-the-telecom-industry-stand\/5g-testbeds-and-use-case-development","mediaType":"1"},"_72370268":{"msid":"72370268","secsname":"Huawei, ZTE and India's 5G roadmap","ssname":"Huawei, ZTE and India's 5G roadmap","artdate":1575467217,"artag":"","overridelink":"","windowtype":"","caption":"

There has been uncertainty over Huawei and ZTE's participation in India's 5G field trials and commercial networks going forward. Indian telecom operators had earlier this year sought clarity over the participation of Huawei in 5G field trials and permitting its equipment in their 5G networks. The Indian government has already conveyed that it will not compromise on the security of its telecom networks and accords high priority to data sovereignty.<\/p>

The US has been pressuring India to ban Huawei from the 5G development and deployment, citing concerns around cyberspying owing to the company\u2019s alleged proximity to the Chinese government. China, in turn, has also warned about the impact on its ties with India if such a ban were to be imposed.<\/p>","seolocation":"indias-5g-journey-where-does-the-telecom-industry-stand\/huawei-zte-and-indias-5g-roadmap","seolocationalt":"indias-5g-journey-where-does-the-telecom-industry-stand\/huawei-zte-and-indias-5g-roadmap","mediaType":"1"},"_72370256":{"msid":"72370256","secsname":"Contention between TSDSI and industry over India specific standards","ssname":"Contention between TSDSI and industry over India specific standards","artdate":1575467217,"artag":"","overridelink":"","windowtype":"","caption":"

The telecom industry has been in conflict with India\u2019s standards body- TSDSI over the development of local 5G standards that are still in the formulation stage. Telecommunications Standards Development Society, India (TSDSI) has been pushing for a local modification called Large Cell Low Mobility (LMLC) as it asserts that the enhancement would enable rural coverage through base stations with wider coverage of areas up to a 3-4 kms radius and improve the battery life of mobile phones. While COAI representing the operators has argued that the proposed modifications don\u2019t add much value to the already approved local specifications of the global 5G standards and would delay the rollout. It has also alleged that the current specifications demanded by the body will lead to interoperability challenges such as international roaming, product testing, and economies of scale. The standards body however in its response has said that the said changes are not going to delay 5G\u2019s rollout as they are essentially some software tweaks. The dispute has not reached a consensus yet.<\/p>","seolocation":"indias-5g-journey-where-does-the-telecom-industry-stand\/contention-between-tsdsi-and-industry-over-india-specific-standards","seolocationalt":"indias-5g-journey-where-does-the-telecom-industry-stand\/contention-between-tsdsi-and-industry-over-india-specific-standards","mediaType":"21"},"_72370231":{"msid":"72370231","secsname":"Old standing dispute of Spectrum reserve price","ssname":"Old standing dispute of Spectrum reserve price","artdate":1575467217,"artag":"","overridelink":"","windowtype":"","caption":"

TRAI has set Rs 492 crore a unit as the base rate for 5G airwaves in the 3.3-3.6 GHz bands and mandated that telcos buy in a block of 20 units. Thus, requiring operators to pay at least Rs 9,840 crore to buy 5G spectrum on a pan-India basis which translates to the spending of about a whopping Rs 50,000 crore for 100 units for effective roll-out. The regulator and the industry have been in a stalemate over the price issue. As a GSMA report noted, the October 2016 spectrum auction in the country featured a much greater quantity of spectrum and included seven bands. However, only 41% of the available spectrum was sold. The government saw no takers for the 700 MHz spectrum which was put on sale for the first time, mainly due to the high reserve price. The recommended pan-India reserve price for 700 MHz now is Rs 6,538 crore per MHz as opposed to Rs 11,500 crore last time.<\/p>","seolocation":"indias-5g-journey-where-does-the-telecom-industry-stand\/old-standing-dispute-of-spectrum-reserve-price","seolocationalt":"indias-5g-journey-where-does-the-telecom-industry-stand\/old-standing-dispute-of-spectrum-reserve-price","mediaType":"1"},"_72370216":{"msid":"72370216","secsname":"Telcos expressed their concerns at COAI's IMC\u201919","ssname":"Telcos expressed their concerns at COAI's IMC\u201919","artdate":1575467217,"artag":"","overridelink":"","windowtype":"","caption":"

Telecom operators in October this year urged the government to look into spectrum pricing which according to them is exorbitant. Rakesh Bharti Mittal, the vice-chairman of Bharti Enterprises, said that the reserve price of 5G airwaves suggested by the regulator is seven times higher than global peers. Jio director Mahendra Nahata Mittal also asked the government to relook at 5G spectrum prices, warning that higher floor rates would lead to 5G networks becoming unviable and getting delayed. Additionally, Bharti Airtel and Vodafone Idea had earlier expressed apprehensions about the auction this year. Airtel, for instance, had hinted that it may not participate in the auctions at the current \u201cexorbitant\u201d prices. Vodafone Idea had requested that the 5G spectrum should not be put on sale before 2020 as there is a need to first develop India-specific use cases.<\/p>","seolocation":"indias-5g-journey-where-does-the-telecom-industry-stand\/telcos-expressed-their-concerns-at-coais-imc19","seolocationalt":"indias-5g-journey-where-does-the-telecom-industry-stand\/telcos-expressed-their-concerns-at-coais-imc19","mediaType":"1"},"_72370207":{"msid":"72370207","secsname":"Industry group COAI's recent comments","ssname":"Industry group COAI's recent comments","artdate":1575467217,"artag":"","overridelink":"","windowtype":"","caption":"

COAI, the body that represents telecom players and vendors recently said that Indian operators are likely to push back 5G network deployments by at least five years due to exorbitant base prices, insufficient spectrum, and unavailability of newer bands. COAI\u2019s Director Rajan Mathews said that not only is the price tag of the spectrum is expensive for the industry, but even the quantum of airwaves was also insufficient since the industry was seeking 100MHz per operator. Against the 300 MHz that was originally intended to be made available, space and defence departments have been seeking to stake a claim on cumulative 125 MHz possibly leaving only 175 MHz for all 5G aspirants. Additionally, the body had earlier pointed out that 5G is overpriced by at least 30% to 40% compared to international standards and auction in other markets such as South Korea and the U.S.<\/p>","seolocation":"indias-5g-journey-where-does-the-telecom-industry-stand\/industry-group-coais-recent-comments","seolocationalt":"indias-5g-journey-where-does-the-telecom-industry-stand\/industry-group-coais-recent-comments","mediaType":"1"},"_72370180":{"msid":"72370180","secsname":"ITU upholds telcos\u2019 demand paving way for 26 GHz band","ssname":"ITU upholds telcos\u2019 demand paving way for 26 GHz band","artdate":1575467217,"artag":"","overridelink":"","windowtype":"","caption":"

Another point of dispute between the industry and DoT had been ISRO\u2019s demand to cut down transmission power to 5G base stations from 60 dbm to 37 dbm on the 26 GHz band as it requires a small slug of the band for satellite services without any interference from the 5G mobile networks. Operators in recent months had protested this proposal on the ground that it would increase deployment costs 16x and make 5G services completely unviable. However, the International Telecom Union (ITU) dismissed the proposal and upheld the view of the telecom industry at the World Radio Communications 2019 conference in Egypt. The move came to be seen as a victory as it paved the way for operators to commercially use 26GHz band for the ultra-fast wireless broadband service. 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The government in 2017 had set up a high-level forum to evaluate and approve roadmaps and action plans to bring 5G in the country by 2020. The panel comprised of members from academia, industry stakeholders and secretaries of ministries of telecom, IT, and science and technology and set aside a corpus of Rs 500 crore for R&D activities.<\/p>","title":"Government panel set up in 2017","titleseo":"government-panel-set-up-in-2017","slideseolocationalt":"slide-shows\/indias-5g-journey-where-does-the-telecom-industry-stand\/government-panel-set-up-in-2017","prominentcolor":"","imgtype":"1"},"slideshows":[{"msid":"72370179","mstype":0,"denmarkslideshow":1,"strimg":"","thumbid":"72370313","secname":"India's 5G journey: Where does the telecom industry stand?","secnameseo":"india-s-5g-journey-where-does-the-telecom-industry-stand","msname":"Government panel set up in 2017","artdate":1575467694,"caption":"","msnameseo":"government-panel-set-up-in-2017","secmsname":"India's 5G journey: Where does the telecom industry stand?","secmsnameseo":"india-s-5g-journey-where-does-the-telecom-industry-stand","seolocationalt":"indias-5g-journey-where-does-the-telecom-industry-stand\/government-panel-set-up-in-2017"}],"filters":[],"url":"\/\/www.iser-br.com\/news\/fiber-broadband-subscriber-base-to-reach-10-million-in-india-by-2025-nokia\/80876101","content":"

By Ashutosh Kumar <\/strong>

NEW DELHI: The fiber-to-the-home (FTTH<\/a>) connections in India grew from 0.7 million in 2014 to 4 million in 2020, and it is forecast to reach 10 million by 2025, a report said.

India's fixed broadband subscriber base grew by 12% on-year to reach 22 million in 2020, driven by a range of factor such as work from home amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, bundled packages with
OTT<\/a> and cellular connectivity benefits, along with government schemes and entry of private players, according to the Mobile Broadband India Traffic Index (MBiT) 2021 report by Finnish telecom gear maker Nokia<\/a>.