Market Research Report
Asia Pacific Telecom Towers Market Report, 2020-2025
|Published by||Idem Est Advisory & Research||Product code||1007808|
|Published||Content info||129 Pages
Delivery time: 1-2 business days
|Asia Pacific Telecom Towers Market Report, 2020-2025|
|Published: June 1, 2021||Content info: 129 Pages||
This report provides analyses of revenue and market forecasts as well as statistics of the Myanmar telecoms industry including market sizing, 5-year forecasts, market insights, key telecom trends, 5G and also features the following:
“The Asia Pacific Telecom Towers Market Report, 2020-2025 ” includes a comprehensive review of the Asian and Pacific regions telecom towers market dynamics, market sizing, market forecasts, analysis, insights and key trends.
Telecom tower infrastructure is a crucial asset for mobile operators, governments, independent infrastructure tower companies (towercos) and mobile users - with the mobile footprint central to covering its customer base, and the management and operation of towers essential to its cost and network quality performance.
Extensive consolidation and M&A activity are taking place, with a global divestment of sites to towerco - such that today 70% of the >4.7 million towers globally are owned / operated by towercos.
The Asia Pacific represents over 70% of the global telecom towers market (3.2m towers) while the Americas have about 400k towers, Europe 600k towers and Middle East & Africa with about 200k towers.
In some markets in the Asia Pacific region markets such as Australia, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, MNOs traditionally have owned and held on to their tower assets and limited tower infrastructure sharing in key regional areas as a differentiator in terms of mobile coverage. The high Capex requirements of 5G rollout is pushing MNOs to revisit that strategy and consider telecom tower asset monetisation to finance more tower builds to cater for the 5G mid-band and mmWave high frequencies rollouts.
In some instances, MNOs transferred their tower assets into a fully or partially-owned towerco such as Mitratel, edotco and Digital Infrastructure Fund in Thailand.
Independent towercos and towerco joint ventures are more viable and cash accretive business models as they generate a higher return on invested capital, with typically higher tenancy ratios and better operational efficiencies.
Tower companies offer investors an opportunity to diversify their infrastructure exposure to the communications sector. Tower installations are essential to the functioning of the growing range of wireless communications devices with minimal incremental costs to providing additional capacity.
This report analyses the largest telecom towers market in the ASIA Pacific region and profiles the largest tower companies (Towercos) included below.
American Tower, AP Towers (Pan Asia Towers & Apollo), Ascend Telecom, ATN, Axicom, Bali Tower, Beijing RLZY, Bharti Airtel, Bharti Infratel, BAI Communications Australia, BSNL/MTNL, Centratama Menara, China Tower, Digital Technology Infrastructure Fund, DITO, Eco Friendly Tower, edotco, Gihon, Globe, Golden Tower, GTL Infrastructure, Guodong, IBS Towers, Irrawaddy Green Towers, Indus Towers, MEC, Miteno, Mitratel, NBN, NISCO, OCK Group, Optus, PLDT, Protelindo, Reliance Jio Infratel, Sacofa, Sino Netstone, Smart, State-Backed Towercos, STP, Telstra, Tower Bersama, Tower Vision, YTL.