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FTTH: A Strategic Game-Changer for Telcos - How can Telcos Leverage FTTH to Reinvent their Business Models and Adapt to Evolving Usage Patterns?

/EIN News/ -- Dublin, Jan. 02, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "FTTH: A Strategic Game-Changer for Telcos" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

How can telcos leverage FTTH to reinvent their business models and adapt to evolving usage patterns?

FTTH is now widely considered a goal for fixed connectivity. On many accounts, this technology widely differs from other available broadband solutions, which fosters new usages and makes way for new entrants.

This report raises questions about the potential impact of FTTH on telcos' market environment and business models, and how they will adapt, and contemplates the following points:

  • Could FTTH network deployments reshape the competitive environment in fixed telecommunications markets?
  • How will FTTH technological capabilities impact the demand side?
  • What are the best practices for telcos when dealing with FTTH impact on business models?
  • What are the development opportunities for telcos generated by the capacities of FTTH networks?

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive summary
1.1. FTTH poses potential threats to telcos
1.2. FTTH is an opportunity for telcos to rethink their core business
1.3. Beyond faster downstream speeds, FTTH technology offers many more opportunities for telcos

2. Introduction
2.1. Reasons to deploy FTTH are becoming more compelling
2.2. FTTH demand is intensifying and this trend should continue in the future: what does this mean for telcos?

3. FTTH: a potential threat to telcos' traditional business models
3.1. FTTH is reshaping market structures and dynamics
3.1.1. FTTH deployments result in a proliferation of challengers on the market
3.1.2. FTTH network deployment can shake up competition: Sweden as a case study
3.1.3. FTTH-oriented objectives exert pressure on capex
3.2. Telcos' traditional business models in doubt
3.2.1. Customer demand for premium content generates additional expenses for telcos
3.2.2. OTT growth is fuelled by the quality of service provided by FTTH
3.2.3. Telcos are therefore at risk of disintermediation

4. In response, telcos need to rethink their core business
4.1. Maximizing core business efficiency
4.1.1. FTTH provides lower opex than other technologies and helps optimise telcos' internal processes
4.1.2. Operators are slimming down their offerings to match customer demand
4.2. Rethinking telcos' positioning in the video content value chain
4.2.1. Operators are complementing their offerings with OTT services, on their own or through partnerships
4.2.2. Operators generating growth from the production of exclusive content

5. FTTH opens opportunities in new growth areas which telcos need to seize
5.1. Once the FTTH network is deployed, telcos must be creative and work with existing and new players to increase revenue and diversify their portfolio
5.2. Expanding fibre into the telecom industry: wholesale of fibre capacity
5.2.1. Regulations force telco to share its infrastructure with others
5.2.2. Telco separates into two functional bodies: infrastructure and retail
5.3. Expanding into the B2B segment
5.3.1. Fibre to support critical operations of the core business
5.3.2. Examples: Deutsche Telekom and BT: B2B central to fibre expansion
5.4. Exploring new verticals: construction & real estate
5.4.1. Opportunity to deploy fibre in new buildings
5.4.2. Fibre as an enabler to increase property value
5.5. Creating Infrastructure synergies in the IoT ecosystem
5.5.1. Smart homes/buildings
5.5.2. Smart homes/buildings: a growing market where FTTH can tackle different segments
5.6. Creating synergies with vertical players
5.6.1. Synergies in network construction: power companies
5.6.2. One step ahead: why Telcos could start selling electricity
5.7. Exploring new verticals: smart cities

6. Conclusions: FTTH pushes telcos to take their service portfolio beyond telecommunications and content

Companies Mentioned

  • Altice
  • Amaysim
  • Amazon
  • Antel
  • Bouygues
  • BT
  • CETIN
  • Deutsche Telekom
  • Flexom
  • Netflix
  • NTT
  • Orange
  • Telefnica
  • Telia
  • TIM
  • Trust Power
  • Verizon
  • Vocus

For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/35l9pn/ftth_a_strategic?w=12

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