Australia - Broadband - Data Revenues & Trends - 2007


This report has been archived and has not been updated. Data transfer volumes, rates, speeds and capacities are all going up. Revenues don’t always follow the usage trends of products. This report looks at what is happening in terms of data and revenues in the Australian market, the data market (including broadband) reached the $5.5 billion market in 2006, on revenue growth of 9%. Data market growth will build further in 2007 and 2008, as data overtakes a saturated mobile market as the key driver of overall growth for the telecoms services market. Telstra continues to dominate the market, but other players are showing strong growth as new services begin to emerge in the marketplace. The underlying causes of these trends and the state of play in the market are discussed. The report also highlights key market developments, including network re-engineering and Video-on-Demand (VoD).

Table of Contents

  • 1. Synopsis
  • 2. Introduction
  • 3. End for ISDN Home
  • 4. Data market - mid 2006
  • 5. Data services will see a move to next generation technologies
  • 6. Data market driven by the Internet
    • 6.1 Telstra – specialised data – market overview – 2006
  • 7. Telcos and the nextgen revolution - analysis
    • 7.1 Changing telecoms into IT
    • 7.2 Nextgen Telcos
      • 7.2.1 The new companies
    • 7.3 Traditional telcos
      • 7.3.1 Sticking to outdated models
    • 7.4 Ignoring next-gen structures
    • 7.5 Choice: protecting the old or embracing the new
    • 7.6 Battle between vested interests and nextgen developments
    • 7.7 BT – an NGN leader
  • 8. NGN in action
    • 8.1 Drivers of NGNs
    • 8.2 Key application is telepresence
    • 8.3 The shaky position of 3G
    • 8.4 New business models are emerging
    • 8.5 Voice remains a killer ap
    • 8.6 From vertical to horizontal industry structures
    • 8.7 NGN Roundtables
  • 9. Related reports

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Last updated 15 Feb 2008
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Analyst: Paul Budde

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