Australia - Telecommunications - Revenue Forecasts 2008-2018

Synopsis

The industry is currently experiencing rebalancing and cannibalisation, but the underlying growth factors remain high. Demand for all telecoms services continues to be very high, to the extent that demand for high-speed infrastructure will outperform supply. This means significant growth in new IP-based NGN systems. That, in turn, will open up the market for digital media services, applications, video content hosting and distribution. Therefore all the parties involved are looking at a bright future. By the end of 2018 fibre-to-the-home and wireless broadband will be widely available and will be used by the telecoms, IT and media industries.

Table of Contents

  • 1. Synopsis
  • 2. By markets
  • 3. By-products
    • 3.1 Overall market
    • 3.2 Access market
    • 3.3 Voice market
    • 3.4 Content
  • 4. By industry
  • 5. Where to go from here?
  • 6. Related reports

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Last updated 3 Sep 2008
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Analyst: Paul Budde

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