Telecommunications Industry in Israel august 2002. Ministry of Communications. Presentation Agenda. Israel Demographics & ICT Statistics Telecommunications Industry Telecommunications Market Overview. Israel Demographics & ICT Statistics. ISRAEL Demographics. Population ~ 6.5 million.
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1990 to NIS 39 billion in 2000, 20% of business
OECD highest - compared to 10-11% in US.
development is 23% of the ICT GDP.
OECD highest - compared to 16-17% in Finland.
Source: CBS, 2001
CompanySales 2001Line of Business
Intel Electronics (Israel) 1614 Semiconductors
Motorola Israel 1278 Communications & Semiconductors
Vishay Israel 1182 Electronics & Electricity
E C I 1170 Telecommunications
Comverce 710 Telecommunications & Electronics
Gilat Satellite Networks 505 Satellites Communications
Telrad 470 Telecommunications
Check Point 425 Software
Formula 406 Software
R A D 190 Telecommunications & Electronics
Electronics All Other
[% of total sales] 82 25
Added value [%] 68 42
& technicians [%] 63 14
Employees in R&D [%] 12 2
Tel-Aviv, 4-7 November, 2002
For more informationTelecom Israel 2002:http://www.telecom2002.co.il
Tuesday, 5 Nov. Wednesday, 6 Nov. Thursday, 7 Nov.
Telecom, IT & Media at the Crossroad: Challenges and Opportunities
After the Hype - Sober View of the IT, Telecoms and Media Industries
Information is Power
Civilian & Military Information Security at the Turn of the Century
BB and 3G - is the Future Bright?
The Drivers for Successful Broadband Fixed and Mobile Implementation
The New Mobile World - Will Mobile Operators Make the Change From Voice to Multimedia?
Network Infrastructure in a Competitive World - All Optical Core
Telecom and Content Regulation - Critical Must or Unnecessary Burden?
Delivering Business Services - The New Generation Application Service Provider
Broadband Fixed & Mobile Access Networks - Will the Bottleneck Open?
Government & Business Collaboration - Government Incentives and Business Motivation Support for Technology Development
Intelligent Buildings and Home Networking - Towards Networked Home?
Interactive Entertainment - Is There More than Sex, Shopping and Games?
Network Infrastructure in a Competitive World - Next Generation Network: All IP Switching and Service Delivery
The Future of Fixed Services Competition - Is There Opportunity for CLEC’s?
Service and Network Security in an Open Broadband World
Consumer and Business Applications - The Future of B2C Retailing and B2B Trading
New Horizons for Internet Technology - What is the Next Big Thing?
Israel Telecommunications Market - Will the Growth Continue?
Managing Customer Relationship - Adding Value Through Customer Management
Startups and Venture Capital - Investments in the Future of Israel’s Technology
Fixed Mobile Convergence - Bundling or Bumbling?
& Business Systems
Total telecom services market ~ US $5 billion
Country average (31%)
Percentage of total adult population
Percentage of the population who have personally used the Internet during the past month
Source: Tayler Nelson Sofres Interactive – Global eCommerce Report 2001
(Infrastructure, Transmission & Telephony)
Portal & web
(36.7% by BI)
International ILD & Internet
(vending machines, parking,
3G TDD: 5 MHz (for 3 packages only).
Germany $544, UK $537, France $287, Italy $211, Ireland $211, Austria $91, Denmark $80.
International Long DistanceservicesFacilities Based Competition Introduced July 19971 state – owned, 2 privately – owned service providers
Cable RFCS Capacity
EMOS 1990 280 Mb/s
CIOS 1994 622 Mb/s
LEV 1998 5 Gb/s
MN1 2001 3.84 Tb/s
Technion - Israel Institute of Technology.
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