4858美高梅2008年亚洲因特网市场分析研究报告

· 2020-04-14 18:25

神州报告网提醒:摘要This market report provides a comprehensive overview of the Internet segment of the market across the various economies of Asia. The overview includes Internet statistics on each country.While there is considerable activity in the Internet an

摘要This market report provides a comprehensive overview of the Internet segment of the market across the various economies of Asia. The overview includes Internet statistics on each country.While there is considerable activity in the Internet and online markets across the region, the market in Asia continues to be dominated by the big players of North Asia, (South Korea, Japan, Hong Kong, etc), with a significant role also being played by some of the South East Asian countries (Singapore, Malaysia, etc). Of course, in terms of sheer Internet user numbers, China (200 million) and India (210 million) maintain a real presence, despite their modest user penetration figures.In fact as highlighted in the table below, the Asian Internet market can be broken into three user penetration groups. The top group includes the more highly penetrated markets in terms of users and subscribers. They also tend to have sophisticated and extensive broadband access facilities in place. Typically we find that countries from this group are among the global leaders in broadband Internet. South Korea, with a user penetration of over 71%, leads the regional market with a broadband subscriber penetration of 30%. Closely following in second place is Hong Kong with 70% user penetration and 27% broadband subscriber penetration. The countries in this top grouping are characterised by their state of the art national infrastructure and, most importantly, strong regulatory support for expansion of telecom and IT services.The countries in second band roughly between 10% and 20% user penetration are to be found in expansion mode when it comes to their Internet markets. But there is a clear gap (20%) to be bridged before they can be counted in the top grouping. With Thailand (21% user penetration) and Vietnam (20%) playing lead roles in this middle group, we typically find that in the last few years both operators and governments have started to give priority to expanding Internet access and speed in these countries. Of course, as noted already we find China and India in this grouping as the two giants struggle to provide Internet access for their respectively huge populations.In the third grouping those markets with a user penetration of less than 10% we tend to find those countries that, for whatever reason, have not yet got their act together when it comes to Internet. Of course, some are performing relatively well under difficult circumstances. Indonesia, for example, has major infrastructure challenges to overcome in providing Internet to its citizens; yet its 9% penetration does in fact represent a very significant 25 million users. And the war-ravaged Afghanistan is managing 2% user penetration under extremely difficult circumstances. Then there is the tiny fledgling nation of Timor Leste (East Timor), which has continued to struggle with political instability as it attempts to build its national infrastructure. At the bottom end of the Internet scale in Asia, however, we find a number of countries that are simply struggling with poor telecom infrastructure and generally underdeveloped regulatory regimes. Included among these are Laos, Nepal, Turkmenistan, Cambodia, Tajikistan, Bangladesh and Myanmar.目录及图片1. Afghanistan1.1 Overview1.1.1 Internet statistics1.2 Internet cafs1.3 Internet Service Providers (ISPs)1.4 Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP)2. Armenia2.1 Overview2.1.1 Internet statistics2.2 Wireless Internet2.3 ISP market2.3.1 Arminco Global Telecommunications2.3.2 Armenian Freenet2.3.3 Web Ltd (WEB.AM)2.3.4 Armenian Datacom Company (ADC)3. Azerbaijan3.1 Overview3.1.1 Internet statistics3.1.2 Computers for schools3.2 ISP market4. Bangladesh4.1 Overview4.1.1 Internet statistics4.1.2 Constraints on Internet growth4.2 MediNet4.3 Village Computer and Internet Program (VCIP)4.4 International Internet Gateway (IIG) licence4.5 ISP market4.5.1 Overview4.5.2 BTTBs ISP service4.5.3 Grameen Cybernet4.5.4 Integrated Services Network (ISN)4.5.5 InTech Online (IOL)4.5.6 AlwaysOn Network4.6 Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP)5. Bhutan5.1 Overview5.1.1 Internet statistics5.1.2 Government online5.2 ISP market5.2.1 DrukNet5.2.2 Samden Tech6. Brunei Darussalam6.1 Overview6.1.1 Internet statistics7. Cambodia7.1 Overview7.1.1 Internet statistics7.1.2 Internet access locations7.1.3 MediaRings acquisition of AngkorNet8. China8.1 Overview8.1.1 Internet statistics8.2 Internet regulations and censorship8.2.1 Overview9. Georgia9.1 Overview9.1.1 Internet statistics9.2 ISP market9.2.1 Georgia Online9.2.2 SaNet10. Hong Kong10.1 Overview10.1.1 Internet statistics10.2 Regulatory issues10.2.1 Regulatory developments10.3 Internet traffic volume10.4 Domain names10.5 Wireless Internet11. India11.1 Overview11.1.1 Growth path11.1.2 Internet statistics11.1.3 Growth issues11.1.4 Service disruption11.2 Regulatory issues11.2.1 Internet policy11.2.2 National Internet Exchange of India (NIXI)11.2.3 Pricing11.2.4 Domain names11.2.5 Censorship and security11.3 ISP market11.3.1 Major ISPs12. Indoensia12.1 Overview12.1.1 Internet statistics12.1.2 Internet information control12.1.3 Cyber laws12.1.4 Telkoms national IP backbone12.1.5 IPv612.2 ISP market13. Japan13.1 Overview13.1.1 Internet statistics13.2 Internet Initiative Japan (IIJ)13.3 Japan Internet Providers Association (JAIPA)13.4 Regulatory issues13.4.1 Policy on national information superhighway13.4.2 Governments IT Basic Strategy13.4.3 Internet replacement13.5 Fight against Google dominance13.6 Online banking14. Kazakhstan14.1 Overview14.1.1 Internet statistics14.1.2 Kazakh Network Information Centre (KazNIC)14.1.3 Ashyk Alem Project14.2 ISP market14.2.1 Kazakhstan Online14.2.2 Nursat14.3 Internet Protocol TV (IPTV)15. Kyrgyzstan15.1 Overview15.1.1 Internet statistics15.2 ISP market16. Laos16.1 Overview16.1.1 Internet statistics16.2 ISP market16.3 Public Internet access16.4 Top level domain name17. Macau17.1 Overview17.1.1 Internet statistics17.1.2 ISP market17.1.3 Licensing of Internet services18. Malaysia18.1 Overview18.1.1 Internet statistics18.2 ISP market18.2.1 Initial market structure18.2.2 Restructure of the Internet service market18.2.3 TMNet18.2.4 Jaring18.2.5 Maxis Net18.2.6 Time dotNet18.2.7 iZZinet18.3 Internet via satellite18.4 National IPv6 Council19. Maldives19.1 Overview19.1.1 Internet statistics19.2 Competition19.3 Government Network of the Maldives (GNM)20. Mongolia20.1 Overview20.1.1 Internet statistics20.2 Mongolia Internet Exchange (MIX)20.3 ISP market20.3.1 DataCom (MagicNet)20.3.2 Other ISPs21. Myanmar21.1 Overview21.1.1 Internet statistics21.1.2 Internet cafs21.1.3 WiMAX22. Nepal22.1 Overview22.1.1 Internet statistics22.1.2 WiFi network for remote villages22.2 ISP market23. North Korea23.1 Overview23.2 ISP market23.3 Websites23.4 Email service23.5 Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP)23.6 Internet cafes24. Pakistan24.1 Overview24.1.1 Internet statistics24.1.2 Major government initiatives24.1.3 Internet censorship24.2 ISP market25. Philippines25.1 Overview25.1.1 Internet statistics25.2 Internet exchanges25.2.1 PhIX25.2.2 I-Gate25.3 Internet regulations25.3.1 Commission on Information and Communications Technology (CICT)25.4 Gearing Up Internet Literacy and Access for Students (GILAS)25.5 Cybercafs25.6 ISP market25.6.1 Selected ISPs25.6.2 Internet Data Centres (IDCs)25.7 Internet via satellite25.8 IP networks26. Singapore26.1 Overview26.1.1 Internet statistics26.1.2 Singapore Network Information Centre (SGNIC)26.1.3 Regulatory environment26.1.4 International Internet infrastructure26.1.5 Internet data centres26.1.6 Internet security26.1.7 International Internet Exchange26.2 ISP market26.2.1 Overview of selected ISPs27. South Korea27.1 Overview27.1.1 The worlds most penetrated broadband Internet market27.1.2 Internet statistics27.1.3 Internet cafes/PC bangs27.1.4 Inter usage patterns27.1.5 Internet search engines28. Sri Lanka28.1 Overview28.1.1 Internet statistics28.2 Internet exchange28.3 Public Internet access28.4 Data centres28.5 ISP market28.5.1 Lanka Internet Services28.5.2 Wishya Online (Pvt) Ltd28.5.3 ITMIN Ltd28.5.4 Eureka Online (Pvt) Ltd28.5.5 Pan Lanka Networking (Pvt) Ltd28.5.6 Lanka Global Online28.5.7 SLTNet28.5.8 Suntel wOw28.5.9 BellNet28.6 E-commerce29. Taiwan29.1 Overview29.1.1 Internet statistics29.2 Public Internet access29.3 Internet hosts29.4 Direct Internet access network29.5 TWGate29.6 ISP market29.6.1 HiNet29.6.2 SeedNet29.6.3 Eastern Broadband29.6.4 TrandSend Internet Co29.6.5 JoinNet30. Tajikistan30.1 Overview30.1.1 Internet statistics30.2 Censorship31. Timor Leste31.1 Overview31.1.1 Internet statistics31.2 VoIP32. Thailand32.1 Overview32.1.1 Internet statistics32.1.2 Thailand proposed as a regional ICT hub32.1.3 Internet censorship32.2 ISP market32.3 Major ISPs32.3.1 True Internet (formerly Asia Infonet)32.3.2 CS Loxinfo32.3.3 Jasmine Internet (Ji-NET)32.3.4 Internet Thailand Co32.3.5 KSC Commercial Internet32.3.6 Loxley Information Services (Loxinfo)32.3.7 Samart Infonet32.3.8 Pacific Internet32.3.9 Roynet Internet32.3.10 CATNET32.4 Thailand Internet Exchange (THIX)32.4.1 Opening up of gateway market32.5 Regulatory issues32.5.1 Internet charges32.6 Internet cafes32.7 Content32.8 IT policy33. Turkmenistan33.1 Overview33.1.1 Internet statistics33.2 Censorship34. Uzbekistan34.1 Overview34.1.1 Internet statistics34.2 ISP market35. Vietnam35.1 Overview35.1.1 Internet statistics35.1.2 Internet subscriber projections35.1.3 International bandwidth35.2 Regulatory environment35.2.1 Government control35.2.2 Proposed Cyber Law35.3 Vietnam Internet Network Information Center (VNNIC)35.3.1 Domain name system35.4 Internet cafs35.5 ISP market35.5.1 NetNam35.5.2 Online service providers35.5.3 Electricity of Vietnam (EVN)35.5.4 International leasing charges for IXPs35.6 Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP)35.7 Satellite Internet35.8 Emerging IT industry36. Glossary of Abbreviations

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