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eAccess, eMobile & Y!Mobile - Japanese Telecom Ventures, Market Research and Analysis

LONDON, Aug. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportbuyer.com has added a new market research report:

eAccess, eMobile & Y!Mobile - Japanese Telecom Ventures, Market Research and Analysis

https://www.reportbuyer.com/product/2200953/eAccess-eMobile--YMobile---Japanese-Telecom-Ventures-Market-Research-and-Analysis.html

eMobile/eAccess have been acquired by SoftBank and are now part of the SoftBank Group. Merger of Willcom into eMobile has been announced. Read this report to understand the eAccess/eMobile part of the SoftBank Group.

eAccess is a great success story among Japanese venture startups. eAccess was founded by the legendary serial entrepreneur Dr Sachio Semmoto in 1999 as an ADSL broadband fixed line access provider. Later he founded eMobile as a subsidiary of eAccess, brought eAccess to IPO on the Tokyo Stock Exchange. Growth of the mobile subsidiary eMobile exceeded expectations.

While Masayoshi Son was negotiating the SPRINT acquisition in the United States during 2012, he suddenly heard that KDDI was in negotiations to acquire eAccess. Masayoshi Son moved faster than KDDI, and closed the deal to acquire eAccess faster then his competitor. Today eAccess is part of the SoftBank Group, but via a complex shareholding structure (explained in this report in detail), eAccess retains a certain amount of independence from the SoftBank Group.

Plans are to merge Willcom with eAccess, and plans are discussed for Yahoo! KK (Yahoo-Japan) to create a virtual mobile operator Y!Mobile in cooperation with eAccess. Read this report to understand the growth of some of the most successful Japanese venture startups, from foundation to acquisition by the SoftBank Group.
Executive Summary, Agenda (List of Contents)

eAccess today

eAccess overview, key data
eMobile overview, key data
acquisition by Softbank, agreement on Oct 1, 2012, enterprise value, total transaction value
shareholding structure between transaction close and Jan 17, 2013, and after Jan 17, 2013
financials (graphics since 2008): revenues, operating income, net income, operating margin, net margin, mobile ARPU (graphics since 2010)

Japan's telecom landscape, as battleground for eMobile and eAccess

graphical overview of Japan's telecom landscape as of May 12, 2014
comparing the target market landscapes for eMobile and eAccess
subscription growth in Japan's mobile market, annual growth, monthly growth, including seasonal spikes

eMobile - venture startup phase

founder - serial entrepreneur Dr Sachio Semmoto
initial company structure for eMobile
initial shareholding structure of emobile

eMobile - technical and commercial details

service roll-out phase
financials, equity, loans, leasing finance structure
share holdings and equity structure of eMobile, loans and leasing structure
subscription numbers and subscription growth and market shares, net annual growth
"EM charge", eMobile prepay services, number of users over time

eMobile - Strategy and positioning

value proposition to different user segments, how eMobile attracts customers
competitive analysis for wireless data services in the startup phase
the main competitors in the startup phase
MVNO business, virtual operator business

eMobile - spectrum license and base stations

spectrum allocation and base station deployment in the 1.8 GHz region
eMobile base stations and network
base station and network manufacturers vendors by geographical region
how many base station does eMobile have deployed? graphical data since start of network, and comparison to competitors
how many base station does eMobile install per month? graphical data since start of network
how many boosters does eMobile have installed? graphics since start of network and comparison to competitors
how many low power repeaters does eMobile have installed? graphics since start of network and comparison to competitors

eMobile - LTE

evolution of radio technology and download data rates since start of operations: March 31, 2007

eMobile - handsets and terminals

terminal strategy at start of operations

eAccess - ADSL broad band fixnet access

overview of Japan's broadband markets
graphics of Japan's subscription numbers for FTTH, DSL, CATV since 2002
DSL subscription numbers for the main market participants since 2006
DSL market shares for the main market participants since 2006
AOL

Summary


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eAccess, eMobile & Y!Mobile - Japanese Telecom Ventures, Market Research and Analysis

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