Вопрос 19-2/1: Внедрение основанных на ip услуг электросвязи в развивающихся странах



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I. Annexes


Annex 1: Questionnaire on ITU-D Question 19-2/1: Implementation of IP Telecommunication Services in Developing Countries

Annex 2: Results of the Survey

Annex 3: Composition the Rapporteur Group for Question 192/1

Annex 4: Reports of the Rapporteur Group Meetings for the study period 2010-2014


II. Glossary

III. References



Annex 1: Questionnaire on ITU-D Question 19-2/1: Implementation of IP Telecommunication Services in Developing Countries


Question 19-2/1 (Implementation of IP telecommunication services in developing countries) is expected to describe:

 The potential challenges, benefits and opportunities that developing countries encounter when implementing IP networks, services and associated applications;

 The technical, economic, and regulatory conditions necessary for developing countries to implement IP technologies, services and associated applications; and

 The main issues raised by the operation of IP networks and IP services, and associated applications, such as economic impact and possible regulatory frameworks.

Expected outputs for this question are:

1) Annual progress reports indicating the status of IP applications;

2) At the end of the study period, a detailed final report addressing all the issues raised in the Question as well as lessons learned/success stories/conclusions; and

3) Guidelines for overcoming the challenges identified.

During the first meeting of ITU-D Study Group 1 for the fifth study period, held from 20 to 23 September 2010, the Rapporteur's Group on Question 19-2/1 recognized the need to compile the latest information about the status of IP telecommunication networks, services and applications from various aspects (technical, regulatory, economic, social etc.) and to get views/opinions on the issues addressed by Question 19-2/1 through a questionnaire to be sent to ITU Members.

Please read the guidelines below before answering the questionnaire. As your contributions are very important for the success of this study, please answer the questions in detail as much as you can.


GUIDELINES IN ANSWERING THE QUESTIONNAIRE


The questionnaire has 3 parts:

In Part I, the main purpose of the questions is to get the latest information about the current status of IP telecommunications (IPT) networks, services and applications in a country along with the national strategies, policies, existing regulatory regime and approaches to IPT networks, services and applications. It is expected that the questions in this part will be answered by the Administrations.

In Part II, the aim is to learn the potential challenges, benefits and opportunities encountered when implementing IPT networks, services and associated applications along with the technical, economic and regulatory conditions necessary for developing countries to implement IP technologies, services and associated applications. Also, in the questions, it is intended to get views and opinions on the main issues raised by the operation of IPT networks, services, and associated applications, such as economic impact and possible regulatory framework. In Part II, questions are also intended to get information about the main issues raised by the operation of IPT services, such as economic impact and possible regulatory framework. These parts of the questions are addressed to the Administrations and Sector Members where relevant.

In Part III, it is expected from the countries to provide specific needs for training and expertise and also it is expected that the countries to share their experiences (country case studies) on IPT network, services and applications which could be useful for developing countries. Administrations and Sector Members are welcomed to provide their contributions for this part.

For each part, it is appreciated if you can provide the relevant documents (legislation, law, web site address, project description, etc.) or links to reach the documents if available online.
ITU-D Study Groups Secretariat, Telecommunication Development Bureau

Fax: + 41 22 730 5484, e-mail: devsg1@itu.int

With copy to

Mrs. Aysel Kandemir, Rapporteur for Question.19-2/1, ICTA (Turkey)

Phone: + 90 312 294 7259, Fax: + 90 312 294 7153, e-mail: akandemir@btk.gov.tr

And Mr. Fabrice James Djoumessi Dontsa, Vice-Rapporteur for Question 19-2/1, Telecommunications Regulatory Board of Cameroon, Phone: + 237 99310548, E-mail : fabrice.djoumessi@art.cm
QUESTIONNAIRE

Name of your Administration:

Country:

Contact person:

Tel: Fax:

Email:

Please answer the following questions in detail as much as you can. You may attach a separate document in answering the questions.


PART-I

(This part of the questionnaire is to be completed by Administrations only)

1) Do you have in your legislation the definition and scope of "IP telecommunication network", "IP services and/or applications".






Yes















No

If yes, please provide the web site address where the relevant document can be found. If your answer is “no”, please provide your perception and understanding on the given terms.

2) Which of the following describe your legislation best in terms of addressing the issues raised by IP telecommunication (IPT) network, services and applications? Please choose the most appropriate one for your country.






There is a specific legislation governing IP telecommunication (IPT) network, services and applications















Existing legislation is based on the principle of technology neutrality so it is applicable to legacy and next generation networks/services.















Revision required in some areas (licensing, numbering, interconnection, quality of service, consumer issues etc.)















Other (Please specify below)

3) Do you have law/legislation which governs the access to IPT services by disabled people?






Yes















No

If yes, please provide brief information and the link if the relevant document available online.

4) Do you have specific law/legislation which allow for providing VoIP services (please refer to the definition of VoIP made by ITU-T SG17)?






Yes















No

If yes, please provide brief information and the link if the relevant document available online.

5) Do you have national plan and/or strategy for deployment of all-IP networks (overlay or replacement)?






Yes















No

If yes, please provide the main points and the link for the document where it can be found.

6) Does your national regulatory authority encourage telecom operators to roll-out full IP-based network?






Yes















No

If yes, please describe briefly how?

7) Do you have national strategy and/or plan for transition from IPV4 to IPV6? If yes, please provide the planned deadline for such transition.






Yes (Deadline for transition :………….)















No

If yes, please describe the main point of the strategy and provide the link for documents available on the subject.

8) Do you have any survey conducted in your country which measures the market demand for IPT networks, services and applications and their availability in your country?






Yes















No

If yes, please explain briefly the main results below and provide the document or the link if available online.

9) Do the operators in your country deploy or planning to deploy IP based networks?






Yes















No

Please provide brief information on the status of IP based network deployment in your country.

10) Which of the following IPT services are provided in your country? Please provide brief information about the range of services provided.






VoIP















IPTV















IP streaming















nPlay bundled services















E-services (e-government, e-health, e-commerce, e-learning others)















Others (please specify......)


PART-II

(This part of the questionnaire is to be completed by Administrations and ITU-D Sector Members if relevant)

11) Which of the following challenges are the most significant for your country when implementing IP networks, services and associated applications?






Investment cost and lack of financial resources















Existing regulatory regime















Lack of established standards















Lack of expertise and experience on IPT















Lack of specific regulations to govern IPT






Lack of IXP (Internet Exchange Point)















Inter-operability between existing and IPT networks and services















Technology knowledge and skilled human resources















Quality of service















Trust and security for IPT networks and services

















Others (please specify......)



12) Which of the following benefits are the most significant for your country when implementing IP networks, services and associated applications? Please explain briefly.






Increased productivity















Economic and social development















Innovations















Low cost in service provision















Provision of new, converged and bundled services to the customers















Accessibility of public services















Economic and social development















Others (Please specify...)

13) Please describe the opportunities to be encountered when implementing IP networks, services and associated applications in your country.

14) What are the technical, regulatory, socio-economic and policy issues that need to be addressed in your country in order to introduce/deploy IP networks, services and associated applications?

15) What are the main issues raised in your country by the operation of IP networks, services and associated applications, such as economic impact and possible regulatory frameworks?

16) Is there any IXP (Internet Exchange Point) in your country?






Yes















No

If yes, please provide brief information about the success factors particularly impact on internet prices and the link if the relevant document available online.

If no, is there any plan to establish it? what is the effect of unavailability of IXP on Internet prices? And what are the conditions necessary to implement an IXP in your country?

PART-III

(To be answered by both Administration and Sector members, if relevant)



17) Could you share your countries’ experiences (best practices, success stories, lessons learned) on IPT network, services and applications which could be useful for especially developing countries?

18) Training needs: Please list the 5 most critical areas where your country needs trainings (seminars, workshops, etc.) in order to introduce or to foster the use of IPT services. Being as specific as possible will help ITU to seek ways to provide the required trainings

19) Expertise needs: Please list the 5 most critical areas where your country needs expertise. Being as specific as possible will help ITU to seek ways to provide the required expertise

20) Other comments

Thank you.





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