Middle East & Africa FTTx Markets Report 2020: Markets as at December 2019 – Forecasts up to 2024 – ResearchAndMarkets.com

Noble Horvath

The “FTTx Markets in Middle East & Africa – Markets as at December 2019, Forecasts up to 2024” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering. This study proposes an overview of the evolution of FTTx technologies in December 2019 in major countries in the Middle East & Africa regions. In […]

The “FTTx Markets in Middle East & Africa – Markets as at December 2019, Forecasts up to 2024” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

This study proposes an overview of the evolution of FTTx technologies in December 2019 in major countries in the Middle East & Africa regions.

In order to provide a consolidated and complete overview, the study is structured in two parts:

  • A dataset covering the main access indicators for 25 Middle East & Africa countries by semester
  • A status report summarizing the main strategic activities of the industry in the region and the main trends identified by December 2019

Dataset Scope

  • Number of subscribers and homes passed per superfast architecture
  • Factoring in overlaps when applicable
  • FTTx as a share of total broadband customers
  • Leading superfast broadband players’ market share
  • Breakdown of FTTH vs. FTTB subscribers
  • Breakdown of Ethernet vs. PON technology

Type of Data

  • Historical data since December 2015 (twice yearly) per country
  • Updated data as at December 2019
  • Forecasts up to 2024

Key Topics Covered:

1. Methodology

1.1. List of indicators by country

1.2. Definitions

1.3. Sources

2. FTTx overview in MEA

2.1. FTTx solutions relying mainly on full-fibre architecture

2.2. MEA and the fibre transition

2.3. FTTH/B subscribers in MEA

2.4. FTTH/B homes passed in MEA

2.5. FTTH/B take-up rates in MEA

2.6 Focus on upgrading to FTTH/B technologies and architecture

2.7 Forecasts up to 2024 for MEA

3. Conclusion

3.1 Key trends identified in MEA

Companies Mentioned

  • Algrie Telecom
  • Angola Telecom
  • Awasr
  • Batelco
  • Bezeq
  • Cellcom
  • Damamax
  • Dawiyat
  • Du
  • Etisalat
  • GO Telecom
  • GoranNet
  • HOT Telecom
  • IEC – IBC
  • ITC
  • ITPC
  • Internet Solutions / MWEB
  • Inwi
  • ipNX Nigeria
  • Iranian Net
  • Jamii Telecommunications
  • Jordan Cable Services
  • Libya Telecom Technologies (LTT)
  • Liquid Telecom
  • MTN Ghana
  • MTN Nigeria
  • Maroc Telecom
  • Mauritius Telecom
  • Mobily
  • Mocambique Telecom (TMCEL)
  • Neotel / Liquid Telecom
  • Nuetel
  • OBC
  • Ogero Telecom
  • Omantel
  • Ooredoo
  • Orange Cte d’Ivoire
  • Orange Jordan
  • Orange Morocco – Meditel
  • Orange Tunisia
  • PHD
  • QNBN
  • SBN
  • SCIS
  • STC
  • Safaricom
  • Solidere
  • Sonatel
  • Spectranet
  • TCI
  • TE Data
  • TMG
  • TV Cabo Angola
  • TVCABO
  • Teledata ICT
  • Telesol
  • Telkom Kenya
  • Telkom South Africa
  • Tunisia Telecom
  • VTEL Jordan
  • Vodafone Ghana
  • Vodafone Qatar
  • Vox
  • Wananchi
  • Zain Jordan
  • Zajil Telecom
  • Zap Fibra

For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/4bm2xe

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