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Kingdom of Cambodia. Expert Group Meeting on Regional Cooperation towards Building an Information Society in Asia and the Pacific July 20-22, 2009 UNCC, Bangkok, Thailand Presented by: Vat CHUN National ICT Development Authority [email protected]

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Kingdom of Cambodia

Expert Group Meeting on Regional Cooperation towards Building an Information Society in Asia and the Pacific

July 20-22, 2009

UNCC, Bangkok, Thailand

Presented by:

Vat CHUN

National ICT DevelopmentAuthority

[email protected]

www.nida.gov.kh, www.cambodia.gov.kh

Cambodia

National ICT Development Authority

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A few words about Cambodia

Current status of ICT development

National ICT development policy and plan

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3

5

Challenges

Conclusion

Contents

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A few words about Cambodia

General Status Information

Total Geographical Area (Sq.Kms): 181,035

Provinces: 24

Population (Million): 13.8

GDP Per capita (USD): 685

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A few words about Cambodia Overview

1

Current status of ICT development

National ICT development policy and plan

2

4

3

5

Challenges

Conclusion

Contents

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Current telecom services

  • Telecom international gateway:
      • Telecom Cambodia (001)
      • Royal TelecamInternational (007)
  • Voice services:
      • Fixed phone subscribers: around 42,000 (TC, Camintel and WLL-Mfone) cover in all provinces except TC is covering in some major cities and provinces a long the optical fiber network.
      • Mobile mhonesubscribers: around 4.2 Million(8 companies) and cover in all cities and provinces in Cambodia.
  • VoIP service providers:
      • There are 15 VoIP service providers on operation

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Mobile phone market

Mobile market: 4.237.000(February 2009)

  • CamGSM2.1 Millions Subs
  • TMIC 560.000 Subs
  • Mfone910.000 Subs
  • Applifone84.000 Subs
  • CADCOMMS (3G) 76.000 Subs
  • Viettel500.000 Subs
  • Latelz2.000 Subs
  • GT-Tell5.000 Subs
  • SoTelco just launching service, May 2009

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Fixed phone market

  • Fixed phone market: 42,000 subscribers:
    • Telecom Cambodia (T.C.): 23,500 subscribers
    • Camintel : 14,500 subscribers
    • MFone (WLL) : 4,000 subscribers

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Telephone subscriber statistics

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Mfone

Mobile

Operators

Cadcomms

satellite

CamGSM

Excel

Latelz

satellite

007

Star-Cell

TMIC

TC GW

Vietel

001

Others

TC

PSTN

Transit

Switch

TELCOM

CAMBODIA

TC TGW

O/F

TC IP-GW

-> Lao

-> Vietnam

-> Vietnam

Vietel-Cambodia TGW

-> Vietnam

CAMINTEL

O/F

VoIP

Local

IP

Backbone/

ISPs

VSAT

VoIP

VSAT

Current telecom network

  • Mobile Operator Access Codes
  • - MFONE: 085, 011, 099
  • CADCOMMS: 013
  • CAMGSM: 012, 017, 089, 092
  • CAMINTEL:
  • EXCEL: 018
  • LATELZ: 010, 093
  • STAR CELL: 086, 098
  • TMIC: 015, 016, 081
  • TC (Telecom Cambodia) :
  • VIETTEL (Cambodia): 097
  • NOTES
  • TC TGW: TC Transmission Gateway
  • O/F: Optical Fiber
  • SNG HUB: Singapore Hub
  • IP: Internet Protocol
  • IP-GW: Internet Protocol Gateway
  • PSTN: Public Switched Telephone Network
  • VoIP: Voice over Internet Protocol
  • VSAT: Very Small Aperture Terminal

Transit Switch

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Internet services

  • Internet access services
    • Dial up service
    • Broadband services:
      • ADSL/Leased Internet,
      • Wireless Internet
      • Satellite broadband Internet access
    • Web hosting
    • Total international bandwidth total around 112Mbps
    • Via Optical Fiber: IP transit connect to VTI/VDC Vietnam and CAT Thailand.
  • Satellite broadband Internet (SBI):
      • Local SBI hub: iPSTAR satellite, Hybrid Ku/Ka band
      • Operating by Thaicom company
      • Total subscriber: around 1000
  • Internet backbone: total around 550Mbps
    • Via Satellite: around 150Mbps (connect to Singapore, US, Hong Kong and Germany)
    • Via Optical Fiber: around 400Mbps ( IP transit connect to Vietnam and Thailand).

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Internet services

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LAOS PDR

Oudor Mean chey

Preah Vihea

Poi Pet

STM-16

Kra lanh

Stoeung

Treng

Ban teay

Mean chey

Dom Dek

Siem Reap

Kampong Kdei

STM-16

Battam bong

Stung

Kampong Thom

Kratie

Pursat

Kampong Thmor

Kampong

Cham

STM-16

KamPong

Chhnang

VIET NAM

Skun

Phnom Penh

Legend

Nak Loeung

Kampong Speu

: Currently Installed

Routes Aprox. 750 km

Bavet

STM-16

Takeo

: New Optical Fiber

network by GMS

: JBIC Project

Svay Rieng

Sihnouk Ville

Kam pot

: Vietel Cambodia

National backbone

Submarine Cable

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E-Government

  • The Cambodian government has already launched e-government for all ministries. This e-government initiative allows to share information and exchange documents within and between ministries, and to create the national database for the country.
  • Within Cambodia, NiDA is the authority making ICT policy and strategies to promote ICT for all public institutions, private sector and government ministries, especially to organize and administrate the e-government.
  • Two e-Government projects have been implemented so far, the government administrative information system (GAIS) and the provincial administrative information system (PAIS).

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Ministry of Public Works

and Transport

Ministry of Country Planning

Urbanization and Construction

Ministry of

Interior

Other

Ministries

1 EAS sever + 10 PC Clients each

GAIS Project

Internet

Common functions

(Security, Statistic data, Access Control etc)

EAS

Vehicle

Resident

Real

Estate

Motor-

cycle

5 Applications

Phnom Penh Municipality

76 Communes

7 Districts

30 PC Clients

10 PC Clients Each

2 PC Clients Each

Management,

Statistics, Adjustment

and Registrations

Management,

Statistics, Adjustment

and Registrations

Real Estate and Resident

Registrations (Family book, etc)

GAIS application and architecture

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PAIS configuration

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Overall network

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A few words about Cambodia

1

Current status of ICT development

National ICT development policy and plan

2

4

3

5

Challenges

Conclusion

Contents

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Challenges

  • Basic infrastructures.
  • Electricity.
  • Telecom and ICT infrastructure.
  • Costs of ICT commodities and Internet connection.
  • ICT related laws and regulations.

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A few words about Cambodia

1

Current status of ICT development

National ICT development policy and plan

2

4

3

5

Challenges

Conclusion

Contents

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Objectives

  • To improve productivity and efficiency of clerical work at governmental offices (Back Office Service)
  • To provide better services to private enterprises and citizens (Front Office Service)
  • To create data bases containing various types of information that people need and can get access at any place and at any time
  • To promote development of industry
  • To strengthen the legal system and law enforcement
  • To strengthen Good Governance and broaden citizen participation

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National ICT policy

  • In 2003, the government adopted a policy to use ICT as a potential enabler for national socio-economic and social development.
  • Promoting the use of modern technologies to enable to respond to the current needs in all the sectors.
  • In the short run use ICT to serve and to meet the day-to-day needs of the people.
  • Promote the use of ICT in public sector to provide quick response, efficiency, transparency and good governance.
  • Cambodian ICT policy follows with the digital divide opportunity which focuses on 5 core development agendas.

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E-Government development plan

e-Government System:

Vertical Enhancement

Towards Entire e-Government System

P-WAN

D-WAN

Pr-WAN

C-WAN

Keys

P-WAN: Phnom Penh WAN (existing) (1)

Pr-WAN: Provinces WAN (23)

D-WAN: Districts WAN (185)

C-WAN: Communes WAN (1,622)

V-WAN: Villages WAN (13,866)

V-WAN

Network Infrastructure:

Horizontal Expansion

Towards Entire G-WAN

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A few words about Cambodia

1

Current Status of ICT development

National ICT development policy and plan

2

4

3

5

Challenges

Conclusion

Contents

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Conclusion

  • It has been observed in current years that ICT development was remarkable due to the active private sector participation.
  • The Government should take a lead in infrastructure and the related utilities development to pave the way forward.
  • All stakeholders shall involve in the ICT development toward to build the information society.
  • Private sector should play a key partnership role in building the information society.
  • To assure the sustainability, necessary measurements, regulations, and laws should be in place.

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Thank You …!

More Info: www.nida.gov.kh

[email protected]

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