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Markets in Asia-Pacific: Markets as at December 2018 – Forecasts up to
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This study proposes an overview of the evolution of FTTx technologies at
December 2018 in major Asian countries.

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

  • A dataset covering the main access indicators for 15 APAC countries by
    semester as well as forecasts up to 2023
  • A status report summarizing the main strategic activities of the
    industry in the region and the main trends identified by December 2018

Dataset Scope

Access indicators

  • 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 2014 (twice yearly) per country
  • Updated data as at December 2018
  • Forecasts up to 2023

Key Topics Covered:

1. Methodology

1.1. List of indicators by country

1.2. Definitions

1.3. Sources

2. FTTx overview in Asia-Pacific

2.1. Major Asian countries are moving forward with FTTH/B deployments

2.2. Fibre becoming more widespread than ever in APAC, with an
increasing number of FTTH/B initiatives

2.3. FTTH/B homes passed in the region

2.4. Fibre expansion is still ongoing in APAC: three main countries
leading the change

2.5. A region of swift fibre adoption, post rollouts, led by two giants

2.6. Focus on upgrading to FTTH/B technology and architecture: most
rollouts in APAC are FTTH with PON solutions being deployed in
multi-unit housing

2.7. Forecasts up to 2023 in Asia Pacific: dynamic shift towards FTTH/B
rollouts, special focus on fibre adoption

3. Conclusion

3.1. Key trends identified in Asia-Pacific

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