Coverage versus capacity

What is the primary driver behind the Myanmar rollout?

Read this article to learn:

  • The challenges of forecasting demand in a country with a paucity of data sources
  • The phenomenon of ‘hidden towns’ with tremendous pent-up demand for mobile service
  • The evolution from low time to market in the initial rollout, with incompatible power strategies, to a more co-ordinated approach
  • Coverage versus capacity
  • Permitting and licensing challenges – the reality on the ground

Mott MacDonald has extensive experience of studying and evaluating digital infrastructure and has advised on several emerging market tower deals. The consultancy was recently appointed by a potential investor to evaluate an opportunity with one of Myanmar’s towercos. TowerXchange spoke to Andy Grey, a telecommunications consultant in Mott MacDonald’s digital infrastructure team, to get a…

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