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KT’s Experience in Development Projects. March 2011. Contents. KT Overview Introduction Global Business Case Study Rwanda / Indonesia / Nepal Lessons Learned Closing Remarks. Korea and ICT. KT Overview.

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Kt s experience in development projects

KT’s Experience in Development Projects

March 2011


Contents
Contents

  • KT Overview

    • Introduction

    • Global Business

  • Case Study

    • Rwanda / Indonesia / Nepal

    • Lessons Learned

  • Closing Remarks


Korea and ict
Korea and ICT

KT Overview

Bolstered by policy to promote the ICT industry, Korea became the Broadband Wonderland

Public (2010)

Private (2010)

  • e-Government (UN) index (No. 1)

  • Broadband Penetration (Fiber)*- 17.9 subscribers per 100 (No.1)

  • Mobile Penetration (post pay)- 57% (’01) 104% (’10)

  • Mobile Data Usage (2010)- ATPU**: 271MB (3.2 times global avg.)

  • Smartphone Subscribers- 1mil (Jan.’10)  10mil (Mar. ‘11)

  • World Class IPTV Services

  • Fast Growing Markets- Broadband: 7.8mil (’01)  17.2mil (’10)- Mobile: 3.2mil (’01)  50.7mil (’10)

1

Republic of Korea

0.8785

*As of Dec. 2010

** ATPU: Average Traffic Per User


Introduction
Introduction

KT Overview

As Korea’s leading telco, KT has been leading the Korean telecom industry, including the latest Smart Revolution

Dec. 1981 KT Corporation established

Aug. 2002 Completely privatized

Apr. 2006 World’s first WiMAX service

Nov. 2008 Real-Time IPTV

Jun. 2009 Merged with KTF (mobile subsidiary)

Jan. 2010 3W (WCDMA, WiFi, WiMAX) services

19.4M

USD 17B

7.4M

16M

31,000

Telephone Subscribers

Broadband Subscribers

Mobile Subscribers

Revenue (2010)

# of Employees

(As of Dec.2010)


New businesses
New Businesses

KT Overview

Fixed-Mobile convergence services, smart solutions, and cloud computing are recent additions to KT’s services

“Global ICT Convergence Leader”

ICT Trends

  • Cloud Computing (uCloud)

  • WAC* Participation

  • Smartphone Promotion and Data Explosion

  • “Smart Work” Solutions

  • IPTV

  • Fixed-Mobile Convergence

  • Cloud Computing

  • Mobile Applications

  • Social Communication and Collaboration

  • Video Contents

  • Context-Aware Computing

Source: Gartner (2010)

*Wholesale Application Community


Global business
Global Business

KT Overview

KT has been expanding its business into the global arena, with its experience and expertise in telecom development

Strategies

Projects

Global Investment

Explore investment opportunities mainly in mobile sector in regions of lower penetration rates

  • RussiaNTC (Mobile)

  • Uzbekistan (WiMAX)

  • Mongolia Telecom

Global IT Business

Build telecom networks, provide solutions and managed services

  • Rwanda National Backbone

  • Bangladesh Internet & PSTN Network

Data & Wholesale

Deliver wholesale and global data services based on KT´s global network and partnerships

  • Voice retail& wholesale

  • Global data services

  • Global and regional satellite services


Rwanda it hub
Rwanda IT Hub

Case Study

Rwanda aims to be the IT hub for Central Africa by transforming itself into a knowledge society

Agriculture-

Based

Economy

Knowledge-

Based Economy

Vision 2020

NICI 1

(’01~’05)

NICI 2 (’06~’10)

NICI 3

(’11~’15)

NICI 4

(’16~’20)

  • Develop economic base and support accelerated growth

  • Strengthen economic environment and promote growth towards predominantly information and knowledge based economy (PIKE)

  • Facilitate process to sustain economic development and growth towards PIKE

  • Consolidate process towards achieving PIKE and middle income status

  • More than 220 institutions connected: district offices, universities, hospitals...

  • Sectors: e-gov’t, e-Agriculture, e-Health, e-education

KT

Projects

WiBro and FOC Network

National Backbone Network

National Fiber Optic Cable

2008

2009

2007

*NICI: National Information and Communications Infrastructure

6


Rwanda it hub1
Rwanda IT Hub

Case Study

Implementation of the NICI plan helped Rwanda to achieve economical growth and ICT sector development

Benefits

NICI Pillars

  • Economic Indicators

Education

GDP (US$ billion)

Human Resource Development

5.06B

Infrastructure, Equipment and Content

1.73B

Economic Development

Social Development

2000

2008

E-Government and E-Governance

  • ICT Indicators

Private Sector Development

Telco Revenue (% of GDP)

Rural and Community Access

3.1B

CAGR

15.2%

CAGR

14.4%

Legal&Regulatory provisions and standards

1.0B

National Security Law and order

2000

2008


Indonesia ict training center
Indonesia ICT Training Center

Case Study

Indonesia pursues to develop skilled ICT specialists, and is promoting economic growth through public and private partnerships

Benefits

Overview

  • Training 10,000 ICT personnel per year expected

  • National ICT curriculum standards established (network and system administrators, programmers, etc.)

    • Recognized and licensed as official ICT educational institution

  • Positioned as the central ICT hub for learning and information exchange

  • Visited and benchmarked by other countries

    • Smaller ICT centers promoted in Southeast Asia but none comparable to Indonesia in size

  • Area/Capacity: 100,000ft2, / 425 people

  • Enhance ICT skills and competitiveness of public servants

  • Expedite e-Government through HR development


Nepal gidc
Nepal GIDC

Case Study

Nepal established the first Government IDC (GIDC) to promote e-Government

Benefits

Overview

  • Top priority project in the Nepal’s e-Government Master Plan (ADB, ‘07)

    • Next priority projects: (2) NID, (3) Land Registration, (4) Vehicle Registration

  • ICToperational know-how transferred

    • 20 ICT operators trained

  • Investment minimized through consolidated GIDC common facilities

  • Project Period: 2007~2009

  • Area: 1,317m2(2 floors)

  • System set-up: Backbone switch (Gigabit) 4EA, Security equipment 3EA, Server 11EA

  • Bandwidth: Backbone 1Gbit, Internet Connection 2M*2(with ISP providers)

  • ICT Training Center

* Of 26 government ministries, 6 ministries are using the facilities

* No private IDC in Nepal


Lessons learned
Lessons Learned

Case Study

Top-down holistic approach, large funds and focusing on ICT for development are key points in ODA projects

HolisticApproach

AdequateFinancing

Emphasison ICT

  • Projects based on longer-term master plan

  • Continuous ancillary supports for projects and the roadmap

  • Larger funding requirements (USD 12B for Korean e-Government projects)

  • Relatively limited/fragmented funding

  • ICT based services in developing countries promotes overall economic growth (OECD, 2009)

    • 10% increase in BB penetration increases 1.38% of GDP


Closing Remarks

ICT enabled infrastructure is the key to successful economic and social development. Governments, MDB, and participating ICT companies need to strategically collaborate

ICT Led Development

Technologies

Vision/Strategies

Financing

ICT

Companies

Recipient

Countries

MDB

  • Technologies/Expertise

  • Commercial efficiency

  • Clear visions and strategies

  • Accountability and transparency

  • Strategic development partnership

  • Increased private participation


Thank you

www.kt.com


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