Archived report. This report was archived in 2008 and has not been updated. Asia’s share of the global broadband subscriber base stood at 37% by end-2007, with 128 million of the 350 million broadband subscribers in the world being in Asia. At the same time, the dominant fixed broadband technology continued to be DSL with 66% of the market. However, in a number of the more advanced markets of Asia (South Korea, Taiwan) DSL as a broadband platform was in decline as the number of FttH services began to expand. This report provides an overview of the broadband market in Asia Pacific.
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2. Global overview
2.1.6 Hong Kong
2.1.8 South Korea
2.2 Pacific region
2.2.2 New Zealand
2.2.3 South Pacific
3. Related reports
Table 1 – Broadband subscribers and annual change in leading Asian markets – 2006 - 2007
Table 2 – DSL market subscriber overview in Asia – September 2007
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