2007 Western European Telecoms Markets and Statistics (tables only)

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Last updated: 27 Feb 2008 Update History

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Report Pages: 99

Publication Overview

This report provides 320 statistical tables relating to the telecom markets of 18 Western European countries, and is extracted from the full annual market reports. For a full description, commentary, analysis and forecasting, see the original reports.

Researcher: Henry Lancaster
Current publication date: February 2008 (1st Edition)
Next publication date: December 2008

Executive Summary

The overall market in Western Europe continued to grow steadily, bolstered by the strong mobile and broadband sectors and continuing developments in the digital TV sector. For incumbents, falling fixed voice revenue has forced them to shift their focus to mobile data and IP-delivered content.

 

In coming years consumer migration to mobile and VoIP alternatives, as well as the move to all-IP NGNs, will further marginalise fixed-voice as a business component. Many operators are thus rapidly shifting their focus to revenue-rich sectors such as mobile data and to content delivered over upgraded IP networks. These services, including Video-on-Demand, IPTV and consumer-driven content, still require fine-tuning to meet consumer expectations but are likely winners in coming years. Large-scale investments in upgrading broadband networks promise considerable development in these sectors in 2008 as infrastructure becomes better able to deliver services to a critical mass of the population.

 

In most markets, mobile telephony and broadband remain the drivers fuelling the more positive outlook in Europe’s telecom landscape. This was reflected in the massive investments during the year in ADSL2+ and fibre roll-outs, and in new mobile technologies.

 

This report provides 320 statistical tables relating to the telecom markets of 18 Western European countries, and is extracted from the full annual market reports. For a full description, commentary, analysis and forecasting, see the original reports.

 

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