Norway - Convergence - Triple Play and Digital TV Background Report October 2010

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Last updated: 5 Oct 2010 Update History

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Report Pages: 12

Synopsis

Norway’s small but advanced broadcasting market became all-digital by the end of 2009. The main operators have focussed on upgrading fixed-line networks to ADSL2+ in recent years, providing a solid infrastructure for delivering triple play services. This report introduces the key aspects of Norway’s triple play offerings in 2010, together with developments in the digital, cable and satellite TV markets. It also provides an analysis on analogue switchover and profiles the major market players. Regularly updated statistics and further commentary and analysis on new market developments is available from the Norway - Convergence - Triple Play and Digital TV report.

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