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Scenario of Internet in Vietnam by Nguyen Xuan Cuong cuong.ng @vnn.vn Vietnam Posts and Telecommunications Corp Meeting, Rapporteur Group 3, Brussel, 20 and 21st October 2003 Table of content My viewpoints Internet Events in Vietnam Internet licences Internet figures

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Scenario of Internet in Vietnam by Nguyen Xuan Cuongcuong.ng @vnn.vnVietnam Posts and Telecommunications CorpMeeting, Rapporteur Group 3, Brussel, 20 and 21st October 2003

table of content
Table of content
  • My viewpoints
  • Internet Events in Vietnam
  • Internet licences
  • Internet figures
  • International Internet connectivities
  • Making suggestions and planning based on REC D.50
  • Q and A
my viewpoints
My Viewpoints

My organisation, operation areas :

  • Telcos Service Provider (fixed, mobile)
  • Internet eXchange Provider
  • Internet Service Provider
  • Online Service Provider (Applications Service Provider)
  • Internet Content Provider
internet events in vietnam
Internet Events in Vietnam
  • “.vn” registered by National Information Institute in 1994
  • Email commercial service provided in 1995 through dial-up connection
  • Trial Internet connectivity : 1996
  • Officially joined global Internet and commercial service lauched : 1997
  • Member of Asia Pacific Network Information Centre : 1998
  • Vietnam Network Information Centre found in 2001
  • Broadband Internet service (DSL) lauched in July 2003
  • Vietnam Internet eXchange Point found in 2003 October
internet licenses
Internet Licenses

Internet licenses :

  • Internet eXchange Provider (providing international Internet connectivity service)
  • Internet Service Provider (providing Internet access services)
  • Online Service Provider (Applications Service Provider)
  • Internet Content Provider
internet licenses6
Internet Licenses

Licences issued :

  • 6 IXP
  • 20 ISP
  • 20 OSP
  • 20 ICP
  • 21 Electronic Newspapers
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Internet figures

My Company (VNPT) :

  • Dial-up subscribers : 410.000
  • Dial-up subscriber utilisation :

720 minutes / 1 month / 1 dial-up sub

  • Leased line subscribers : 500
  • ADSL subscribers : 6.000. Up to 2005, VNPT is planning to reach 200.000 xDSL, focusing on broadband services
  • Global Internet connectivity bandwith: 605Mbps; growth rate : 200% / 5 months
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Internet figures

In Vietnam, dial-up subscriber growth rate :

  • 1997 : 1000(Internet service lauched in November)
  • 1998 : 17.000
  • 1999 : 45.000
  • 2000 : 70.000

….

  • And now (10/2003) : 705.000
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Internet figures

In Vietnam, now :

  • Dial-up subscribers : 705.000
  • Internet end-users : 2.49 millions
  • Internet end-users/100 habitants : 3.05%
  • Internet end-users growth rate : 200% / 1 year
  • Nearly 4,300 domain name under “.vn”
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Internet figures

In Vietnam, pricing for dial-up (per hour, U$D) :

  • 1997/1998 : 1.6 U$D / 1 hour
  • 1999 : 1.3 U$D / 1 hour
  • 2000 : 1.08 U$D / 1 hour
  • 2001 : 0.8 U$D / 1 hour

….

  • And now (10/2003) : ..
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Internet figures

  • And now (10/2003), Internet access prices in market :

Dial-up floor price : 0.17 U$D/ 1 hour (regulated by Gov)

Average price in market : 0.39 U$D / 1 hour

Local telephone charging for dial-up: 0.15U$D/hour (regulated by Gov)

ADSL connection (upload 2Mbps, download 512Kbps) charging based on volume. Maximum price is under 64.5 U$D / month (full time connection)

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Internet International connectivities

From 1997 to 5/2003, growth rate :

  • 11/1997 : 4M vµ 256K
  •  4/2000 : 8Mbps vµ 256K
  • 12/2001 : 42Mbps
  • 8/2002 : 145Mbps
  • 5/2003 : 300Mbps

Growth rate increased slowly

And now :

  • 605Mbps connected to global Internet

Planning : more than 1 Gbps in Feb 2004

Forcasting : International bandwidth growth rate 200% in a period of 5 months

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Internet International connectivities

Fees and charging :

  • Installation fees
  • Full circuit charging
  • Internet port charging
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Internet International connectivities

Unfair when all buy full circuits

and Internet Ports

  • Contents ?
  • Applications ?

And how is

  • Voice over Internet utilises the Internet traffic ?
  • Contents ?
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Making suggestions and planning

based on rec d.50

Creating the exchange Point in South Eath Asia Nations :

  • Hub point
  • exchange traffics : announce IP blocks, Autonomous System Numbers

Connecting to other Asia nations :

  • China, Japan, Korea, India, Australia, etc
  • Connect to Europe (LINX, for instance), Africa
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Making suggestions and planning

based on rec d.50

Our goal to be fair with US carriers

Why needs to be found an Asia Pacific Internet eXchange Point:

  • Internet trafics increased nearly balanced between regions
  • Asia Pacific Region has not yet found any regional Internet exchange point
  • Most of the transit traffics between countries are United State
  • Save money for nations by applying technique such as caching, etc.
  • Representative to negotiate with other regions, US carriers
  • Make full use of fible optics (SEA-ME-WE3, CSC, etc)
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Making suggestions and planning

based on rec d.50

Current model without Asia Pacific exchange point and directly conneted between nations

United State

Nation 2

(IXPs)

Nation 2

(IXPs)

Downstream

Customer

Downstream

Customer

Downstream

Customer

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Making suggestions and planning

based on rec d.50

Why not the multi-homing Model

Regional Multi-homing

Nation 2

(IXPs)

Nation 2

(IXPs)

Downstream

Customer

Downstream

Customer

Downstream

Customer

All benefited

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Making suggestions and planning

based on rec d.50

My planning : Submit the “muti-homing” model to :

  • Ministry of Post and Telecoms
  • ASEAN meeting on Telcoms industry for discusions -> dicision