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Country Report To GMS-ISN Ninth Subregion Telecommunications Forum (STCF-9) 2-3 June 2009 Presentation from the
Country
Report
To
GMS-ISN
Ninth Subregion Telecommunications Forum
(STCF-9)
2-3 June 2009
Presentation from the Union of Myanmar
Myanma Posts and Telecommunications
a glance into Myanmar • Land: 676,577sq.km • States & divisions: 14 • Townships: 324
a glance into Myanmar
• Land: 676,577sq.km
• States & divisions: 14
• Townships: 324
• Population:
57 million
• Urban, rural ratio: 30:70
Nay Pyi Taw,
the new capital
• Capital: Naypyitaw
• Land borders: Bangaladesh,
China, India,
Thailand, Laos,

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a glance into Myanmar ICT Infrastructure o Total Tele lines: 1,114,666 – Fixed lines: 511,316
a glance into Myanmar
ICT Infrastructure
o Total Tele lines: 1,114,666
– Fixed lines: 511,316
(auto/manual)
International Gateways: 2
(IGW DMS-300/EWSD)
International channels: 2471
Internet gateway: 1
– Mobile lines: 603,350
Packet exchange:
1
• Teledensity: 1.96%
• Internet hosts: 25,690
• Internet bandwidth: 975 MB
• Internet subscribers: 39,220
ISP : 2 (MPT & Myanmar Teleport)
PSTN Exchanges: 902
Mobile Exchanges: 11
Transit Exchanges: 9
Microwave Stations: 266
• Internet users: 196,100
• MPT Satellite terminals: 975
• Public Access Centers: 191
Accessible through:
• No. of PCs: 400,000
• Satellite terminals/stations: 1,471
(MPT Sat. terminals/VSAT E1 Stations/
VSAT Stations)
Dial up -64kbps
ISDN-128 kbps
ADSL 2+ - 256 ~ 2048 kbps
TelecomTelecom PolicyPolicy To increase the deployment of national telecommunications infrastructure. To provide a
TelecomTelecom PolicyPolicy
To increase the deployment of national telecommunications
infrastructure.
To provide a financially viable telecommunications sector conductive
to sustainable investment in telecommunications infrastructure.
To improve the efficiency and effectiveness of telecommunications
service delivery to end users.
To cost effectively satisfy end-user demand for telecommunication
service.
To provide telecommunication services at the affordable price.
To fulfill universal services obligation to the people of Myanmar.
To reduce the digital divide.

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ICTICT PolicyPolicy • Promote cooperation for ICT development • Enhance competitiveness of the ICT sectors
ICTICT PolicyPolicy
• Promote cooperation for ICT development
• Enhance competitiveness of the ICT sectors
• Promote cooperation to reduce digital divide
• Promote cooperation between public and private sectors
• Increase the availability of information technologies to all the
citizens of Myanmar
Legal Infrastructure Myanmar Telegraphy Act (1885) Myanmar Wireless Telegraphy Act (1985), (Amended 1996) TheThe
Legal Infrastructure
Myanmar Telegraphy Act (1885)
Myanmar Wireless Telegraphy Act (1985), (Amended 1996)
TheThe ComputerComputer ScienceScience DevelopmentDevelopment LawLaw (2002)(2002)
TheThe ElectronicElectronic TransactionTransaction LawLaw (2004)(2004)
TheThe TelecommunicationsTelecommunications LawLaw (Final(Final Draft)Draft)
preparingpreparing rulesrules && regulationsregulations forfor ETLETL
creationcreation ofof aa CertificationCertification AuthorityAuthority systemsystem
harmonizationharmonization ofof ecommerceecommerce legallegal
infrastructureinfrastructure withinwithin ASEANASEAN countriescountries

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OOverseeingverseeing OrganizationsOrganizations forfor TelecomsTelecoms && ICTICT DevelopmentDevelopment
OOverseeingverseeing OrganizationsOrganizations forfor TelecomsTelecoms
&& ICTICT DevelopmentDevelopment
Ministry of Communications, Posts and Telegraphs (MCPT) is the
overseeing ministry for the ICT development implementation
processes all over the country
Ministry
Operator
Regulator
Exchange Status Auto phone Exchange Manual Exchange CDMA Exchange Cellular Exchange GSM Exchange - 307
Exchange Status
Auto phone Exchange
Manual Exchange
CDMA Exchange
Cellular Exchange
GSM Exchange
- 307
-
595
-
5
-
3
-
3
Dawei
Transit Exchange
International Exchange
-
9
Myeik
-
2
Packet Exchange
-
1
Kawthaung

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Thaicom 1-A ( 120 HE Measat ) Intelsat ( 60 HE ) InternationalInternational CommunicationsCommunications To
Thaicom 1-A ( 120 HE Measat )
Intelsat ( 60
HE )
InternationalInternational CommunicationsCommunications
To India
To China
Tamu
Types of Links
Satellite
communications
Muse
To Other Countries
To Malaysia
To Thailand
Tachileik
SEA-ME-WE
connection
Yangon
Thanlyin
Cross-border fibre
PyaponTerminal Station
Myawadi
link(STM-64)
Landing Point
Kalahtaik R401
To Thailand
R402
Cross-border
Microwave links to
China & Thailand
(STM (4+1) SDH)
R404 R403
R406 R405
R407
R408
R409
R410
Cross border fiber link
R412 R411
R414 R413
SEA-ME-WE 3 Submarine Cable
From Mumbai
To Tuas
R416 R415
Branching Unit – 4.4
MyanmarMyanmar’’ss TelecomsTelecoms && ICTICT DevelopmentDevelopment ActivitiesActivities 3-layer3-layer
MyanmarMyanmar’’ss TelecomsTelecoms && ICTICT DevelopmentDevelopment
ActivitiesActivities
3-layer3-layer modelmodel
Policy
Regulation
Regulation
Implementation Implementation
• Ministry of
Communications, Posts
and Telegraphs
Posts and
Posts and
Myanma Myanma Posts Posts and and
Telecommunications
Telecommunications
Telecommunications Telecommunications
Department
Department
• Myanmar Computer
Science Development
Council
Myanmar Myanmar Teleport Teleport
Myanmar Myanmar Computer Computer
Federation Federation
Semi-Gov Semi-Gov & & NGO NGO bodies bodies

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MPTMPT SatelliteSatellite TerminalTerminal RuralRural CommunicationsCommunications SystemSystem ConfigurationConfiguration
MPTMPT SatelliteSatellite TerminalTerminal RuralRural CommunicationsCommunications SystemSystem ConfigurationConfiguration
Thaicom-5
Satellite
iPSTAR
Satellite
Internet & e-
Mail
Taungdwingyi
1.8
C-Band Gateway
m
ATA
C-Band MPT Satellite
Terminal
Fiber Cable
Thanlyin Diversity
Toegyaunggalay Ku-Band Gateway
Internet & e-Mail
I.T.M.C
ISP
1.2
VoIP
PSTN
m
ATA
Ku-Band MPT Satellite
Terminal
Fiber Cable
Fiber Cable
Analog Phones
Analog Phones
ISP 1.2 VoIP PSTN m ATA Ku-Band MPT Satellite Terminal Fiber Cable Fiber Cable Analog Phones

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Cross Border Links New Delhi China Morah Hongkong Tamu Shweli India Muse Other Submarine Cable
Cross Border Links
New Delhi
China
Morah
Hongkong
Tamu
Shweli
India
Muse
Other Submarine Cable
Mandalay
Wan Pong
Tachileik
Lao
Naypyitaw
Mesai
Vientiane
Yangon
Myawaddy
Pyapon
Thailand
Mae Sot
Sea-Me-We 3 Submarine
Cable
Bangkok
Kawthaung
Renaong
Satun
SCOPE OF GMS WORKS FOR MYANMAR MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS AUTO TELEPHONE LONG DISTANCE COMMUNICATIONS - MICROWAVE
SCOPE OF GMS WORKS FOR MYANMAR
MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS
AUTO TELEPHONE
LONG DISTANCE COMMUNICATIONS
- MICROWAVE LINKS
-FIBRE OPTIC LINKS
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

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SCOPE OF GMS WORKS FOR MYANMAR MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS - GSM Mobile System including capacity 160,000.
SCOPE OF GMS WORKS FOR MYANMAR
MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS
- GSM Mobile System including capacity 160,000.
- (49) Radio based stations in provincial towns with 71,200 capacity.
AUTOTELEPHONE
- Expansion of 4,500 Lines in Naypyitaw.
- Expansion of 7,000 Lines in Yangon.
- Expansion of 4,000 Lines in Mandalay, 3,500 in Lashio and 500 Lines
in Yadanarbon City.
SCOPE OF GMS WORKS FOR MYANMAR LONG DISTANCE COMMUNICATIONS (a) Microwave Links - STM-4+1 Microwave
SCOPE OF GMS WORKS FOR MYANMAR
LONG DISTANCE COMMUNICATIONS
(a) Microwave Links
- STM-4+1 Microwave Link between Mandalay and Muse.
- STM-4+1 Microwave Link between Yangon and Myawaddy.
(b) Optical Fibre Links
- STM-64 System between Mandalay and Muse.
- STM-64 System between Yangon and Myawaddy.
- STM-64 System between Naypyitaw and IGW.
- STM-64 System between Yangon- Maubin- Pyapon.

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SCOPE OF GMS WORKS FOR MYANMAR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - To implement the new ISP in
SCOPE OF GMS WORKS FOR MYANMAR
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
- To implement the new ISP in Yangon.
- Next Generation Network and Softswitch in Mandalay.
- CATV, Incubation building in Yadanarbon City.
GMS PROJECT PROGRESS OVER ALL PROGRESS BTS 100 % PSTN 100 % MSC 100 %
GMS PROJECT PROGRESS
OVER ALL PROGRESS
BTS
100
%
PSTN
100 %
MSC
100
%
SDH
100
%
MW
100
%
NGN
97 %
IDC
100
%
IP-METRO
100
%
ACCESSSS
100
%
CATV
100
%
TOTAL
99.7%

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LONGLONG DISTANCEDISTANCE COMMUNICATIONSCOMMUNICATIONS
LONGLONG DISTANCEDISTANCE
COMMUNICATIONSCOMMUNICATIONS
STM-64 Fiber Links between Mandalay and Muse, Naypyidaw and IGW, Yangon and Myawaddy have been
STM-64 Fiber Links
between
Mandalay and Muse,
Naypyidaw and IGW,
Yangon and Myawaddy
have been already completed
STM- 4+1
Microwave Links
between
Mandalay and Muse,
Yangon and Myawaddy
have been already completed

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SSTMTM--6464 STM-64 EquipmentEquipment Equipment (Fiber(Fiber (Fiber Optic)Optic) Optic) inin in MUSEMUSE MUSE
SSTMTM--6464 STM-64 EquipmentEquipment Equipment (Fiber(Fiber (Fiber Optic)Optic) Optic)
inin in MUSEMUSE MUSE
((MMandalayandalay (Mandalay ~~ ~ MuseMuse Muse Link)Link) Link)
100%100% 100% CompletedCompleted Completed
•• • STMSTM--4+14+1 STM-4+1 EquipmentEquipment Equipment (Microwave)(Microwave) (Microwave) inin in MUSEMUSE MUSE
•• • STMSTM--4+14+1 STM-4+1 EquipmentEquipment Equipment
(Microwave)(Microwave) (Microwave)
inin in MUSEMUSE MUSE
(Mandalay(Mandalay (Mandalay ~~ ~ MuseMuse Muse Link)Link) Link)
•• • 100%100% 100% CompletedCompleted Completed

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STMSTM--6464 STM-64 EquipmentEquipment Equipment (Naypyitaw~IGW(Naypyitaw~IGW (Naypyitaw~IGW Link)Link) Link) 100%100%
STMSTM--6464 STM-64
EquipmentEquipment Equipment (Naypyitaw~IGW(Naypyitaw~IGW (Naypyitaw~IGW Link)Link) Link)
100%100% 100% CompletedCompleted Completed
Muse Byuharkone Mandalay~Muse Microwave Link Implementation Progress 13-miles Loisansik 100 Sintaung 98 Loishan
Muse
Byuharkone
Mandalay~Muse Microwave Link Implementation Progress
13-miles
Loisansik
100
Sintaung
98
Loishan
96
Pt-2800
94
Loilam
completion
92
Pt-4753
90
Mandalay
88
86
84

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Yangon~Myawaddy Southern Microwave Link Implementation Progress 100 98 96 94 completion 92 90 88 86
Yangon~Myawaddy Southern Microwave Link Implementation Progress
100
98
96
94
completion
92
90
88
86
84
Myawaddy
Pt-2718
Kawkarake
Pa-an
Thaton
Khayan
Yangon
Auto Auto Telephone Telephone
Auto Auto Telephone Telephone

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Implementation Progress - PSTN Implementation Progress~PSTN 100 80 60 40 Completion 20 0 NPT-RSU 26
Implementation Progress - PSTN
Implementation Progress~PSTN
100
80
60
40
Completion
20
0
NPT-RSU 26
NPT-RSU 25
NPT-RSU 24
NPT-RSU 23
NPT-RSU 22
NPT-RSU 21
NPT-RSU 20
NPT-RSU 19
NPT-Naypyitaw Host
LSH-RSU3
LSH-RSU2
LSH-RSU1
LSH-Lashio Host
MDL-RSU 9 Teleport
MDL-RSU 8 Teleport
MDL-RSU13 Shanshu
MDL-RSU12 MPT GH
MDL-RSU11 Mahamying
MDL-RSU10 Myaukpyin
Mandalay Host
RSU25 Botataung
RSU24 Minister Office
Maungtaulay host
RSU27Bayintnaung
RSU26 Kyaikwai
RSU25 Water Pump
Hanthawady Host
ISN RSU3
Insein Host
RSU11 Yankin
Bahan Host
MOBILE MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS COMMUNICATIONS
MOBILE MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS COMMUNICATIONS

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Implementation Progress - MSC 100 90 80 MSC ATP Complete MSC SW Complete MSC HW
Implementation Progress - MSC
100
90
80
MSC ATP Complete
MSC SW Complete
MSC HW Complete
MSC Site ready
70
60
50
completion
40
30
20
10
0
GPRS
USBS
Mini USBS
MSC
HLR
HLR expansion done and upgrade to be rescheduled by the end of Dec 2008.
GPRS PAT depends on for HLR upgrade.
Sittwe MRTV Sittwe MW St Kaw Thaung 555 Kaw Thaung Army PO Myeik Teleport Myeik
Sittwe MRTV
Sittwe MW St
Kaw Thaung 555
Kaw Thaung Army PO
Myeik Teleport
Myeik MW St
HeHO MPT
Aung Ban Ex
Kalaw MW St
Thipaw PO
Kyauk Mae Mw St
Loikaw Mw St
Myawady Satellite St
Hpa-an MW St
Hpa-an TG
Mawlamying Nat Taung PO
Mawlamying MW St
Mawlamying TG
MinBu MW St
Implementation Progress - BTS
Magew MW St
TwanTe
Aung Lan MW St
Taung Ngu TV Station
Taung Ngu MW Station
Pyi Micro St
Pyai Aung San Pyithayar
Bago Myothit
Indagaw
Hlegu -Hlegu Ex
Yangon -
Yangon -North
Yangon -Pan Hlaing GC
Yangon -Agreturat beans
Yangon -Teleport
Yangon -Sayar San Plaza
Yangon -Hlg PO
Yangon -Yangon GPO
Yangon -Sin Ma Laik
Yangon -Thiri Condominium
Yangon -Thu Wun Na Stadium
Yangon -Golf Range
Yangon -GyoGone PG
Yangon -YCDC
Yangon -Bout
Yangon -N-Oakkalapa Ex
Yangon -N-Oakkalapa PO
Yangon -S-Oakkalapa PO
Yangon -Aung San PO
Yangon -MGLD
BTS ATP Complete
BTS SW Complete
BTS HW Complete
BTS Site ready
Completion

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Implementation Progress - BSC 100 90 80 70 BSC ATP Complete BSC SW Complete BSC
Implementation Progress - BSC
100
90
80
70
BSC ATP Complete
BSC SW Complete
BSC HW Complete
BSC Site ready
60
50
40
30
completion
20
10
0
The PAT for RNP to be performed.
RNO has launched.
TC2
BSC4
BSC3
RNP
OMCR B7-B8
BSC2 B7 to B8
BSC1 B7 to B8
MFSB7 to B8
INFORMATIONINFORMATION INFORMATION TECHNOLOGYTECHNOLOGY TECHNOLOGY
INFORMATIONINFORMATION INFORMATION TECHNOLOGYTECHNOLOGY TECHNOLOGY

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WS3-NGN 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 Completion 30 20 10 0 2nd Cut
WS3-NGN
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
Completion
30
20
10
0
2nd Cut
Over
1stCut
Over
Naypyitaw
TG2
Mandalay
TG1
Teleport
MGC
NPT Office 23 NPT Office 19 NPT Office 16 NPT Office 8 Access Implementation NPT
NPT Office 23
NPT Office 19
NPT Office 16
NPT Office 8
Access Implementation
NPT Office 5
ACCESS IMPLEMENTATION
NPT Office 3(2)
100
C
NPT Office3
o
m
75
NPT Office 1
p
l
50
Dslam 2
e
t
Dslam 1
i
25
o
Yadanapon residential
n
area
0

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Implementation Progress - IP IP Implementation 100 90 80 50 25 0 IDC HTD IP
Implementation Progress - IP
IP Implementation
100
90
80
50
25
0
IDC HTD
IP Metro
Completion
Incubation 7 Implementation Progress -CATV Incubation 2 100 Incubation 90 1 80 70 Control 60
Incubation
7
Implementation Progress -CATV
Incubation
2
100
Incubation
90
1
80
70
Control
60
Room
50
40
completion
30
20
10
0

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Conclusion The Government of the Union of Myanmar has a strong desire to reduce the
Conclusion
The Government of the Union of Myanmar has a strong desire to reduce the
country’s digital divide and is therefore making efforts to establish connectivity
throughout the country.
GMS countries are more or less similar and cooperation in terms of knowledge
sharing can help all the member countries.
On behalf of the Government of the Union of Myanmar and Ministry of
Communications, Posts and Telegraphs, I would like to thank
Mr. Thein Win Chief Engineer Long Distance Communications Dept. Myanma Posts and Telecommunications Ministry of
Mr. Thein Win
Chief Engineer
Long Distance Communications Dept.
Myanma Posts and Telecommunications
Ministry of Communications, Posts and Telegraphs