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The Global Mobile Capex Index
Analyzing the Big MNO Spenders

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Total pages: 81  |  This report also include a 25-page Executive Briefing  |  Exhibits:  45 

Report Overview
Mobile operator capital expenditure (Capex) is becoming more stable, after years of breakneck growth. Capex remains affected by a range of factors, including coverage, capacity, customer demand, the trend toward convergence and all-IP next-generation networks (NGNs), competitors’ network enhancements, or simply the need to create competitive advantage. Many mobile network operators (MNOs) have been upgrading their networks to 3G technologies such as UMTS/HSDPA and EV-DO to support rapid increases in data usage. Data has become a focus for mobile operators to offset declining voice revenues; while voice traffic has increased due to subscriber growth and fixed mobile substitution, competition has driven down the price per minute to the consumer.

To provide a reliable indicator of the evolution of global MNO Capex, Pyramid Research has created an MNO Capex Index comprising 15 top mobile operators from both emerging and mature markets in the world. The companies in our Index include América Móvil, AT&T Mobility, Bharti Airtel, China Mobile, China Unicom, MTN, MTS, NTT DoCoMo, T-Mobile, 02, Orange, Sprint Nextel, Telefónica Móviles, Verizon Wireless, and Vodafone. By our estimates, these companies account for around 63% of the world’s total MNO Capex, and 70-75% of overall MNO service revenue.

In the report The Global Mobile Capex Index: Analyzing the Big MNO Spenders, Pyramid Research analyzes Capex levels, trends, and drivers, and compares the strategies of 15 MNOs. We provide a top-level analysis of the Index on an annual and a quarterly basis, emphasizing the largest and smallest players within the Index, the biggest movers, and the fastest and slowest in terms of Capex growth.

This report provides insight into business opportunities for mobile network vendors as well as benchmarks for operators worldwide. It examines aggregate trends in Capex at each of the 15 MNOs in the Index over time, evaluates spending on Capex components such as infrastructure, civil works, and applications, and focuses on the relationship between Capex and service revenue. The report also analyzes the relative rankings of the companies in the Index.

To learn more about The Global Mobile Capex Index: Analyzing the Big MNO Spenders,download the report excerpt , which includes a full executive summary, a table of contents, lists of exhibits and appendices, as well as an extracted analysis from the full report.

Key Objectives

  • In the report The Global Mobile Capex Index: Analyzing the Big MNO Spenders, Pyramid Research analyzes capital expenditure levels, trends, and drivers, and compares the strategies of the 15 MNOs that make up the Index.
  • We examine investments made by the MNOs to maintain existing networks, to increase coverage and capacity, and to support network enhancements, including software and hardware upgrades.
  • We profile each of the 15 MNOs in the Index, analyzing their past Capex activities, determining their Capex-to-service revenue ratios, and looking forward to their upcoming Capex projects.

Target Audience
Mobile network operators
The report will help you benchmark your own Capex and take into account the strategies of global competitors as well as learn from the strategies of MNOs dealing with similar situations in other markets.

The report will help you evaluate the market for various network technologies and assist you in positioning your products and services for the MNO opportunity. It provides intelligence on market developments, with actionable insight into the capital expenditure strategies of individual MNOs.

Financial institutions and investors
By analyzing the investment strategies of 15 of the world’s largest MNOs, the report will help you identify investment opportunities and risks, both among MNOs and in the telecom equipment market.

Companies mentioned, discussed or reviewed includes:

América Móvil
AT&T Mobility
AT&T Wireless
Bharti Airtel
China Mobile

Author: Dan Locke, Analyst

Publication Date: June 2007

Price: $2,500.00   

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