Virus impact over each market - telecom operators, government agencies and regulators' responses - revised forecasts for the next 5 years.
Last updated: 15 Dec 2009 Update History
Report Status: Archived
Report Pages: 120
Analyst: Paul Kwon
This report provides 337 statistical tables for the Internet, broadband and convergence activities, both on a regional and national level for the major 22 Eastern European countries.
Researcher:- Paul Kwon
Current publication date:- December 2009 (3rd Edition)
Next publication date:- On request
Internet penetration across Eastern Europe is rising due to increased competition and expanding broadband availability, which accounts for the majority of Internet connections in most Eastern European countries. With speed a key product differentiator, fibre is becoming more common, with cable TV operators implementing EuroDOCSIS3.0 technology to offer speeds in excess of 100Mb/s. Mobile broadband has emerged as a viable substitute for fixed offerings in some countries due to generous data allowances and/or lack of competing broadband platforms. Digital TV is offered in all countries via broadband TV (IPTV), cable, satellite or digital terrestrial TV (DTTV).
Brief comments relating to individual countries are given at the start of each chapter.
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