'Fixed-Broadband Infrastructure Revenue in the Emerging Markets Will Total $23.25 Billion in 2012' Says Latest Visiongain Report
LONDON, Nov 13, 2012 (PR Newswire Europe via COMTEX) --
LONDON, November 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Until recently, broadband [http://www.visiongain.com/Report/929/Fixed-Broadband-Infrastructure-in-the-Emerging-Markets-Report-2012-2017-The-Shifting-Dynamics-of-Connectivity ] access to the world wide web has been widely regarded as a premium service, not a universal one. However, the changing nature of online media has forced telecoms [http://www.visiongain.com/Sector/7/Telecoms ] operators into a corner. They must adapt or perish says Visiongain [http://www.visiongain.com/Content/3/About-Us ]
Surging demand for video content, IPTV, and higher-capacity consumer broadband has motivated governments and service providers alike to update their networks. As household income and PC penetration in the emerging markets increase, operators endeavour to stay a step ahead of the game.
With developed markets reaching fixed-broadband household penetration rates of 60% and above, visiongain believes the future of the fixed-broadband infrastructure market to be in the developing world. Nations such as Brazil, China, and India have large populations, mushrooming E-literacy, and thus far lower broadband penetration. They hold the potential to be some of the most substantial world markets.
Fibre optics, gigabit Ethernet, and universal connectivity are the inarguable future. Developing nations and international bodies such as the EC have enacted rigorous plans to address the capacity issue. For the sake of SMBs alone, this is an opportunity that emerging economies cannot afford to miss.
Simultaneously, world markets are trending towards convergence and multi-play services, and network operators will be forced to rapidly adhere to a new market paradigm. For equipment vendors, the ability to integrate legacy architecture into next-generation networks will draw the line between sink and swim.
Fixed-Broadband Infrastructure in the Emerging Markets Report 2012-2017: The Shifting Dynamics of Connectivity forecasts the performance of fixed-broadband technologies in largely untapped markets. 116 unique charts, figures, and tables quantify fixed-broadband infrastructure market in 4 world regions and 12 leading national emerging economies. The report also explores the products and strategies of 6 leading vendors of fixed-broadband network equipment. These company profiles offer insight into the most competitive portfolios on the fixed-broadband infrastructure market, and a portrait of the technologies that will dominate the immediate future of Internet connectivity.
Fixed-Broadband Infrastructure in the Emerging Markets Report 2012-2017: The Shifting Dynamics of Connectivity will be of value to current and future investors in the telecoms, IT, and computing industries, as well as companies and research centres who wish to broaden their knowledge on this subject.
For sample pages and further information concerning the visiongain report Fixed-Broadband Infrastructure in the Emerging Markets Report 2012-2017: The Shifting Dynamics of Connectivity please visit: http://www.visiongain.com/Report/929/Fixed-Broadband-Infrastructure-in-the-Emerging-Markets-Report-2012-2017-The-Shifting-Dynamics-of-Connectivity
Bharti Sanchar Nigam (BNSL)
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)
International Finance Corporation (IFC)
Sterlite Optical Technologies
Telefonica de Argentina (TASA)
Telekomunikacja Polska (TPSA)
TA 1/4rk Telekom (TT)
Valtellina Sud America
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