Telecom Towers Market in India 2012 by bharatbookseo


									Telecom Towers Market in India 2012

 Bharatbook from its exhaustive collection has come out with a report " Telecom Towers
Market in India 2012 " which gives an overview, Demand, Supply Trends and industry
analysis reports.

 Indian telecom sector is the third largest sector in the world and second largest among
the Asian emerging economies. Amongst the 811.6 bn wireless subscribers in India, 66%
reside in urban areas and 34% hail from rural areas. With low penetration in the rural
areas which accounts for nearly 70% of the country’s total population, there remains a
huge potential in rural front. Rising penetration of telecom services and future
introduction of newer generation wireless network will require more telecom tower
deployment across the country.

 The telecom infrastructure primarily consists of telecom tower operation and it takes up
around 60-65% of the total infrastructure deployment and management cost. “If we
ignore power and fuel expenses, telecom tower generates roughly INR 180-200 bn of
revenues annually, in the present market scenario” says Mr. Kalyan Banga, Product
Manager at Netscribes. India and United States are the prime countries where telecom
tower is recognized as an independent industry. In the US market penetration level of
wireless telecom services has reached around 90%, the market has reached too much opf
a maturity stage for telecom towers to make significant revenue locally. Companies
across the globe are now focusing on emerging markets and countries with lucrative
opportunities such as India. New government policy and huge prospect in rural
infrastructure deployment makes India an ideal market for large scale telecom tower
implementation and operation. “Although telecom tower market is highly fragmented, the
major 6 companies hold around 90% of the total market” added Kalyan.

 Infrastructure sharing is the first step towards cost reduction resulting better returns from
telecom tower business. “Analysis shows, proper resource utilization and shifting to
alternate energy will help reduce operation costs significantly” noted Kalyan. market
research reports

 The report begins with ‘Introduction’ section covering overview of telecom industry
which provides basic idea of the state of the overall industry, telecom tower vertical’s
position in the industry, the types of telecom towers and a pictorial representation of
basic telecom network infrastructure.

 The ‘Market Overview’ section elaborates global & domestic market state of telecom
tower business. It is accompanied by a plethora of statistical information regarding
wireless tower in global scenario as well as in India such as global trend, domestic
telecom tower demand or requirements, revenue generated from telecom towers, state of
cell tower orientation in major countries and other related information. The India section
also elaborates on the numbers of telecom towers in various states, market share of major
telecom tower companies, telecom tower business model and the major government

 It is followed by ‘Scope in India’ section where various potential areas for telecom
towers in India are elaborated. Specific aspects such as government policy and rural
opportunity have been highlighted with information regarding their state and future
prospect of the same. The section continues with ‘Types of Infrastructure Sharing’
stressing on the two major types of sharing prevalent across the globe. It also focuses on
major benefits of telecom infrastructure sharing and it is explained with the help of tower
profitability matrix along with an example. Details regarding USO fund scheme for
infrastructure sharing and it scope of work. SWOT analysis of the infrastructure sharing
has been presented to further strengthen the understanding regarding pros and cons of the
same. The section ends with elaborating on various financial and operational incentives
available in the industry along with beneficiary initiatives taken by Telecom Regulatory
Authority of India (TRAI).

 The report continues with ‘Drivers & Challenges’ section elaborating the major
furtherance & impediments for telecom towers market in India. Both the ‘drivers’ and
’challenges’ are equally stressed upon to provide clear idea regarding the probable
obstacles and rewards in the line of business and help vendors take necessary measures.

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