Global - Overview - Services Market (Archived)

Synopsis

The real effects of competition in the telecommunications market started to emerge in the 1990s. No longer were the benefits of the government’s deregulation policy limited to corporate users. Over 25,000 new service providers now operate in dozens of niche markets. B2B comprises approximately 80% of e-commerce transactions, and is set to increase that share.

Table of Contents

  • 1. Service Provider Markets
  • 2. Market size and structure
  • 3. Telecommunications Services Market Analysis - 2001
    • 3.1 Highlights
    • 3.2 Can profiling and location based demographics save the mobile industry?
    • 3.3 More dotcoms have succeeded than have disappeared
    • 3.4 But failures are increasing
    • 3.5 The unstoppable Internet
    • 3.6 Broadband reaching critical mass
    • Table 1 – Top countries ranked by subscribers
    • Table 2 – Growth global e-commerce market – 1999 – 2003
    • Table 3 – Shutdowns by sector - 2001 vs 2000
    • Table 4 – Shutdowns by audience - 2001 vs 2000
    • Table 5 – Internet users per region – 2000 - 2005
    • Table 6 – Broadband access amongst Internet households

Focus Report profile

Technologies

Digital Media

Number of pages: 5

Status: Archived

Last update: 26 June 2002
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Analyst: Kylie Wansink

NOTE: This report has been archived

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