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  • 2013 Global Digital Media - The Dynamic Digital, IPTV and Smart TV Markets
    The hotly contested global TV and Video Media market The world of television has changed dramatically over the last few years with the biggest game changer being the Internet. The internet has completely changed the shape of the industry and the traditional broadcasters are certainly no longer in charge of the global viewing habits of consumers! With a choice of cable, satellite and free-to-air as well as online DVD rental, downloading, IPTV and instant streaming services; the consumer now has enormous control over when and how they watch movies and TV programs.
  • 2008 African - Mobile Communications and Mobile Data Markets
    Mobile phones represent around 90% of all telephone lines in Africa. The subscriber base is still growing at around 50% per year, but the growth curves are beginning to flatten in the continent’s more mature markets, forcing operators to compete more aggressively on price, quality of service and by introducing new services.
  • 2017 Global Mobile Communications and Mobile Broadband - Analyses and Statistics
    Mobile infrastructure will ultimately rely on fibre broadband. In 2017 mobile broadband subscriptions are growing rapidly and LTE infrastructure now carries over 65% of all global mobile traffic. While mobile and fixed will always exist in parallel, there is no doubt that with a faltering fixed network and an excellent mobile network, mobile will give fixed a run for its money.
  • 2016 Global Fixed Broadband Market - Trends, Statistics and Progress
    Fibre access technologies finally capture dominant market share. Recently there was an important development for the broadband sector with the market share of fibre infrastructure lines finally overtaking DSL technologies as the largest on a global level.
  • 2015 Global Mobile Communications - Market Insights, Statistics and Regional Trends
    The changing face of the global mobile market in 2015. Mobile services have revolutionised our world, and promise to be a key to future transformation. The global mobile broadband industry has become an incredible spectacle to observe, from the many competitors vying for position, the amazing apps streaming into the market, and the constant appearance of new devices.
  • 2014 Global Mobile Broadband - Insights and Statistics for a Game Changing Industry
    Mobile broadband – the key growth area for global telecoms industry The ongoing improvements in infrastructure have driven the continuing uptake of mobility and broadband around the world and in 2014 mobile broadband is the fastest growth area overall for the global telecoms sector.
  • 2013 Global Digital Media - Online and Mobile Entertainment are Key Drivers
    Focus shifts to mobile entertainment in 2013 The digital entertainment market is now worth billions of dollars in revenue and is currently being driven by the growing uptake of smart phones and touchscreen tablets.
  • 2013 Global Mobile Communications - Statistics, Trends and Regional Insights
    Smart phone uptake driving industry growth The global mobile sector is being driven by a rapidly changing market led by consumer demand, handset saturation and the demand for faster-speed technologies.
  • 2011 Global Broadband - Facilitating the Digital Economy
    Access to broadband infrastructure continues to grow in many parts of the world The emergence of the Internet was a major ingredient in changing the direction of telecoms, particularly when broadband was added to the mix.
  • 2010 Global Digital Media - Key Trends and Growth for Online Entertainment
    In 2010 almost a quarter of the global population access the Internet, which is quite remarkable considering this has risen from around 5% at the start of the decade. More growth is expected ahead as the Internet economy and mobile broadband continue to develop, particularly in the developing markets.
  • 2010 Global Mobile Broadband - Key Trends and Growth as Momentum Builds
    The global mobile broadband market continues to gain momentum and is becoming an increasingly exciting sector to watch. One of the key reasons for this growth is the fact that due to competition and a saturated mobile voice market, the operators have been forced to offer very competitive capped data packages.
  • 2009 Global Mobile Communications - Statistics, Trends & Forecasts
    The current economic environment is forcing mobile operators to focus on reducing overall company operating costs. A number of strategies in this cost-driven market are being implemented, such as producing more low-cost handsets, offering cheaper mobile plans in order to retain customers, enlisting in infrastructure sharing opportunities and utilising outsourcing services.
  • 2017 Zimbabwe - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses
    Proposed tariff measures add pressure to Zimbabwe’s mobile market. Revenue from Zimbabwe’s telecom sector has come under pressure from a number of recent regulatory measures and taxes imposed by the cash-strapped government.
  • 2016 Zimbabwe - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses
    Zimbabwe’s telcos agree to mobile and fixed network infrastructure sharing. Zimbabwe’s economy has seen a downturn since the fractious elections of July 2013, resulting in a significant fall in GDP growth.
  • 2013 Uganda - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Forecasts
    Consolidation in overcrowded mobile sector, Internet growing at more than 200% per year Uganda is one of the fastest and most consistently growing economies in Africa. The introduction of mobile telephony has revolutionised the country’s telecommunications industry, but with eight networks the market is now considered overcrowded.
  • 2013 Kenya - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Forecasts
    Mergers and acquisitions in Kenya’s second-tier telco market Kenya’s telecommunications and broadband market has undergone a revolution following the arrival of four fibre-optic international submarine cables, ending its dependency on limited and expensive satellite bandwidth.
  • 2012 Uganda - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Forecasts
    Libyan government back in control of Uganda Telecom Uganda is one of the fastest and most consistently growing economies in Africa. The introduction of mobile telephony has revolutionised its telecommunications sector since Celtel/Zain (now Bharti Airtel) launched the first network in 1995, followed by MTN in 1998, Uganda Telecom (UT) in 2001, Warid Telecom in 2008 and HiTS Telecom, in which France Telecom’s mobile unit Orange bought a majority stake in 2009.
  • 2011 World Digital Economy - Insights into E-Government, E-Health and E-Education
    Development of important e-services continues The development of important e-services like e-health, e-education and e-government has, in some cases, changed the lives of people around the world – particularly those from the developing markets.
  • 2009 Nigeria - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Forecasts
    Nigeria has overtaken South Africa to become the continent’s largest mobile market with over 65 million subscribers, and yet market penetration stood at only around 45% in mid-2009. Far reaching regulatory reform has led to hundreds of companies providing virtually all kinds of telecom and value-added services in an independently regulated market.
  • 2009 Egypt - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Forecasts
    The global financial crisis has had an impact on Egypt’s telecoms sector in that it has led to the postponement of two major events: the licensing of a second fixed network operator, and the sale of a second tranche of shares in Telecom Egypt (TE).

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