LONDON, May 19, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Analysis of the National Broadband Plans of Latin America : The Balance between Public and Private Sectors Investing in Network Infrastructure is the Key to Success
This market insight presents an analysis of the current status of governments' national broadband plans in Brazil, Colombia, and Mexico, and provides strategic recommendations for stakeholders. The goals and achievements of the national broadband plans in all three countries are reviewed. A detailed analysis and insights from the national broadband plans in these countries are presented, as well as key takeaways. This study also provides lines in service (LIS) and revenue forecasts for these countries for 2014 to 2020. The revenue forecasts are segmented by technology, including wireless, fiber-to-the-home (FTTH), cable modem, and ADSL.
The Mexican, Brazilian, and Colombian governments implemented national broadband plans between 2010 and 2014. In Colombia, the government was able to achieve most of its goals; however, in Brazil and Mexico, the governments were unable to achieve all of the outlined objectives.
- Considering this, the Brazilian government proposed a revision of the National Broadband Plan, which was made public by candidate Dilma Rouseff during the presidential election in October 2014. However, political instability, the difficulty of legal and economic arrangements, and the fiscal deficit?which does not allow the government to subsidize users in non-profitable areas?have delayed the roll-out of this revision.
- In Colombia, a succession strategy for its original plan has already begun.
- In Mexico, on the other hand, while many plans have been announced by the government, there is a lack of objectivity for these goals and measurement of results. Therefore, most plans have not been % completed.
- The fixed-broadband market has been stimulated by the need for connections that have greater quality of service than the mobile network and that allow unlimited data traffic.
- Fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) is still better in these two aspects and will be the long-term solution to deal with the increasing demand for high-speed Internet and advanced applications in the cloud. Although the cost of deployment has been decreasing, it is still too expensive to be used for a universal service policy.
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