CSE 5806 Telecommunications Management Group Two Group Assignment International Telecommunications - Structures & Regulation Telecommunication in China Outline History Background Current Industry Structure Key services and penetration The factors influencing the telecommunication industry
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International Telecommunications - Structures & Regulation
A long and rough development process
Telephone services are dominated by China Telecom
Wireless communications networks and services jumped from 700 to 234,470,000.
Users of frame relay and ATM services increased from approximately 44,800 in 2000 to approximately 75,700 in 2001
The first telephone system was imported into Thailand in 1881 with 60 subscribes initially and it was in use for 20 years
The TOT was established by the government in 1954 to provide telephone service in Bangkok Metropolis.
Today, the TOT is still the main telephone provider in Thailand
The international communication are mainly provided by CAT, a state run organization and biggest Internet services provider is Internet Thailand.
Mobile telephone system started from 1986 and there are 7services provider.
The breakage of monopoly will encourage the private companies to share the market of the telecommunication industry and ensure a free and equal market for all companies.
The government is trying to abstract the investment from all over the world and the IT services are becoming more and more important.
Revolution started in telecommunication field due to the invention of telegraph apparatus
State start to install telecommunication infrastructure itself
New Economic Policy: created an extremely fragmented telephone system
Economic decision made by Gorbachev benefited Russian telecommunication industry
General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade benefited international connectivity
compared with other European countries, it is very weak
in domestic telephone telecommunications
in long-distance and international services
standardization of equipment
levels of competition
establishment of optimal user rates
the most important services
2001: 20 phone lines per 100 people
mobile communications have trans-border availability
the major barriers: 1. Insufficient content services 2. low consumer purchasing power
2003: 13.4% of population (19.28m)
offer a broad range of new services
for users: a fast, flexible and reliable system
for telephone companies: increasing revenue and a growing use of the network
for the whole industry: an increased market volume for equipment