Global Telecommunications Report - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports

Global Telecommunications Report

Global Telecommunications Report - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports
Global Telecommunications Report
Published Oct 22, 2016
41 pages — Published Oct 22, 2016
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There will be a marked decline in the number of subscription wireline voice accesses over the --------- forecast period and beyond, although we now believe the rate of decline will be less steep than before as operators look to extend the commercial lives of copper networks with technologies such as VDSL and processes such as vectoring. Mobile substitution has already reduced the need for fixed-line telephones in developed markets worldwide, while cheap (or free) device-agnostic IP substitutes such as Skype are accentuating the trend. ...We forecast the market to grow from -.---bn wireline and dedicated mobile broadband connections in ---- to -.---bn by ----. Mobile technologies will be the main means of accessing broadband services in areas where it is not economic to roll out xDSL or fibre, but numbers of dedicated mobile broadband connections will shrink as consumers increasingly switch to voice- and-data plans supported by smartphones. Wireless data connectivity will be key to the emergence of the IoT, however, so connections supporting M-M and more advanced technologies such as Sigfox and LoRa will buoy growth in the latter part of our forecast period. ...We expect to see heavy spending on submarine cable systems as well as terrestrial backhaul and metropolitan rings, while the co-location and managed hosting sector will see further consolidation as players vie for control of key traffic hubs. Alongside this, there will be increased investment in datacentres large and small, all bringing additional demand for bandwidth to bear on the market.

...BMI View: The global outlook is one of steady expansion in terms of subscribers/users of mobile and wireline voice, data, broadband and video services. Although developed markets will continue to see steady attrition in wireline voice services owing to IP and mobile substitution, wireline networks will continue to be used for their superior signal propagation capabilities in markets, particularly where bandwidth-heavy content services are in high demand. ...BMI View: The global outlook is one of steady expansion in terms of subscribers/users of mobile and wireline voice, data, broadband and video services. Although developed markets will continue to see steady attrition in wireline voice services owing to IP and mobile substitution, wireline networks will continue to be used for their superior signal propagation capabilities in markets, particularly where bandwidth-heavy content services are in high demand. Mobile will, however, drive expansion in emerging markets where wireline infrastructure fails to support even the most basic value-added services. ...Broadband connections will grow robustly, reaching -.---bn by ----, as demand for convergence services drives investment in advanced networks such as fibre and DOCSIS -.-. However, the number of devices being connected to broadband networks - connected cars, robots, home security systems etc - will be in the order of tens of billions.

...� Business Monitor International Ltd Page - commercially available before ----, so there will be continued investment in supplementary technologies, such as vectoring, fibre, DOCSIS -.-, small cells and low power wide area wireless. Advanced services will be heavy users of bandwidth and we forecast multi-purpose fixed/mobile broadband accesses to grow to -.---bn by ----. ...

  
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