Explained in 4 slides below
Further details on KDDI website here.
Further details on KDDI website here.
Vietnam has a significant amount of young and middle-class consumer, along with high digital media consumption, as well as mobile gaming habit. Any enterprises who wish to tap into Vietnam should develop mobile-friendly websites, videos, pictures, apps, etc.
- 72% of the Vietnamese people own Smartphone.
- 68% of the Vietnamese come online via smartphone more often than computer
- 25% of the Vietnamese are frequent mobile internet users, engage in all online mobile-related activities.
- Many Vietnamese people own more than two Internet-connected devices, as the national average is 1.7%.
- 69% of The Vietnamese watch video and listening to music on their phone every day.
The Vietnamese are willing to try new apps, but at the same time, they have the highest uninstall rate among APAC markets.
- The Vietnamese people install five new apps every month on average resulting in a difficult challenge for publishers to retain user.
- Three apps are uninstalled every month on average by Vietnamese people.
“Vietnam should be among the first nations to launch 5G services in order to move up in global telecom rankings.”The country is pursuing a unique model of competition involving different state-owned operators to grow telecommunication networks.
"The world's first 5G commercialization is very meaningful in that Korea will have an advantageous position in the global market and take the leadership. Amid intensifying competition among global mobile carriers, it is significant for the government and companies to join hands and reach the goal together."
“In choosing 5G equipment providers, the company considered a wide range of factors: the level of technology, investment costs and management stability based on the compatibility with the existing LTE network.”
a. Provide Universal broadband coverage at 50 Mbps to every citizen
b. Provide 1 Gbps connectivity to all Gram Panchayats of India by 2020 and 10 Gbps by 2022
c. Enable 100 Mbps broadband on demand to all key development institutions; including all educational institutions
d. Enable fixed line broadband access to 50% of households
e. Achieve ‘unique mobile subscriber density’ of 55 by 2020 and 65 by 2022
f. Enable deployment of public Wi-Fi Hotspots; to reach 5 million by 2020 and 10 million by 2022
g. Ensure connectivity to all uncovered areas
(a) Implementation of the following broadband initiatives, to be funded through USOF and Public Private Partnerships: i. BharatNet – Providing 1 Gbps to Gram Panchayats upgradeable to 10 Gbps ii. GramNet – Connecting all key rural development institutions with 10 Mbps upgradeable to 100 Mbps iii. NagarNet – Establishing 1 Million public Wi-Fi Hotspots in urban areas iv. JanWiFi – Establishing 2 Million Wi-Fi Hotspots in rural areas
(b) Implementing a ‘Fibre First Initiative’ to take fibre to the home, to enterprises and to key development institutions in Tier I, II and III towns and to rural clusters: i. According Telecom Optic Fibre cables the status of Public utility ii. Promoting collaboration models involving state, local bodies and private sector as necessary for provision of shared duct infrastructure in municipalities, rural areas and national highways iii. Facilitating Fibre-to-the-tower programme to enable fiberisation of at least 60% base stations thereby accelerating migration to 4G/5G iv. Leveraging existing assets of the broadcasting and power sector to improve connectivity, affordability and sustainability v. Incentivising and promoting fibre connectivity for all new developmental construction vi. By making requirement for telecom installations and the associated cabling and in-building solutions mandatory in in all commercial, residential and office spaces by amending National Building Code of India (NBC), through Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS)
(d) Facilitate the establishment of Mobile Tower Infrastructure by: i. Extending incentives and exemptions for the construction of telecom towers ii. According accelerated Rights of Way permissions for telecom towers in government premises iii. Promoting deployment of solar and green energy for telecom towers
(e) Improve international connectivity and reduce the cost of international bandwidth by facilitating setting up of International Cable Landing Stations by rationalising access charges and removing regulatory hurdles i. Encourage sharing of active infrastructure by enhancing the scope of Infrastructure Providers (IP) and promoting deployment of common sharable, passive as well as active, infrastructure;
"With the launch of wi-fi service today in Udwada village, population of 6,000 in the village, as well as its surrounding areas will be benefited. People in Udwada and surrounding areas will be able to use unlimited internet data and Udwada village has become digital village".
"The Digital India movement has ensured that the country has the cheapest data and voice services in the world. Today, India uses more data than the US and China, combined."
“We have signed an agreement with Softbank and NTT Communications to roll out 5G and IoT products and services in India. Under the agreement, we will look at solution specially for the smart cities,”
“We have benefited by lead taken by our minister (Manoj Sinha). He has held various meetings at global level on 5G. We capitalised on those opportunities and signed agreement for the next generation technology. 3G was launched in India after seven years the technology was available in other foreign markets and 4G services after four years’ lag but 5G will be launched in India in 2020 as soon the standards are freezed by ITU."
“We are in advance stages of starting 5G field trials. Government is in agreement to provide us 5G spectrum for trials. We expect to start field trials very soon,”