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  • 2009 Global Digital Media - Entertainment Trends and Statistics
    The entertainment market as a whole continues to be reshaped in light of technological advancements and new industry partnerships. Developments in online video, IPTV and home media centres are intensifying as the underlying technologies continue to converge.
     
  • 2008 Global Mobile Communications - Statistics, Trends & Forecasts
    While it still too early to claim a turnaround, it is clear that the mobile industry is undergoing profound changes. The saturated developed markets are forcing the industry to find new revenue streams and we are now seeing other organisations such as media companies, content providers, Internet media companies and private equity companies becoming involved in this market.
     
  • Middle East - Mobile Market - Overview & Forecasts
    The very dynamic mobile market of the Middle East has very high penetration rates but continues with surprisingly high growth rates as competition continues to increase. All countries now have at least two licensed operators.
     
  • BuddeComm Intelligence Report - Global Mobile Devices Market - Smartphones, Wearables, Tablets
    Archived report. The global smartphone market has slowed from its boom years to a more modest growth. With mature markets becoming increasingly dependent on replacement purchases rather than on first-time buyers, the industry has shifted its attention to emerging countries in Asia, Latin America, and Africa, where much of the population either does not own a mobile phone or has yet to move from feature phone to smartphone.
     
  • 2017 Ghana - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Digital Media - Statistics and Analyses
    Ghana’s mobile market consolidates with Tigo and Airtel to merge. Ghana was one of the first countries in Africa to liberalise and deregulate its telecommunications sector. Following the privatisation of Ghana Telecom in 1996 there was very rapid growth in market competition across the mobile, internet and fixed-line sectors, with a number of new players being licensed to offer services.
     
  • 2016 Uganda - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Digital Media - Statistics and Analyses
    Uganda sees more Wi-Fi launches based on Google’s Project Link. Uganda’s buoyant economy has seen consistent growth in recent years, which is anticipated to remain above 5% into 2017. This has had positive effects on the telecoms sector, which has also benefited from a host of reforms aimed at developing one of the most competitive markets in the region.
     
  • 2015 Uganda - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Digital Media - Statistics and Analyses
    Uganda regulator losing patience with Uganda Telecom mismanagement. In recent years reforms have transformed Uganda’s economy, establishing consistent growth which is anticipated to remain above 6% into 2016.
     
  • 2015 Ghana - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband
    Government invests in Eastern and Western Corridor fibre infrastructure. Ghana’s telecom sector has benefited from it having been one of the first on the continent to be liberalised and deregulated.
     
  • 2014 Ghana - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Market Insights and Forecasts
    Imminent LTE launch to strengthen the fast-developing mobile broadband segment. Ghana was one of the pioneering countries in Africa for liberalising and deregulating its telecoms sector. The privatisation of Ghana Telecom in 1996 was the catalyst for an extraordinary growth in market competition across the mobile, internet and fixed-line segments.
     
  • 2013 Algeria - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Forecasts
    3G spectrum licenses to bolster mobile broadband services in coming years With a fixed-line penetration of around 8% and mobile penetration close to 100%, Algeria has one of the highest teledensities in Africa.
     
  • 2013 Ghana - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Forecasts
    Fifth submarine cable vastly improving broadband affordability BuddeComm’s annual publication, Ghana - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Forecasts, provides a comprehensive overview of the trends and developments in the telecommunications and digital media sectors of one West Africa’s most competitive and vibrant markets.
     
  • 2011 Uganda - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Forecasts
    Fibre, mobile broadband and mobile banking are revolutionising Uganda’s telecom sector 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 in 2001, Warid Telecom in 2008 and HiTS Telecom, in which France Telecom’s mobile unit Orange bought a majority stake in 2009.
     
  • 2010 Australia - Digital Economy - E-Health, E-Education, E-Government
    Trans-sector policies The financial crisis has focused global attention on new infrastructure developments. Australia had already begun this process and it now finds itself at the forefront of government policy development for the deployment of the new infrastructure (National Broadband Network) that is needed to help stimulate the economy.
     
  • 2009 Kenya - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Forecasts
    Kenya’s telecommunications and broadband market is set for a revolution with the arrival of the first ever fibre optic international submarine cable to the country’s shores in mid-2009, with at least two more expected to go live by 2010.
     
  • 2009 Ghana - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Forecasts
    Ghana has been a pioneer in African telecommunications; it launched the first cellular mobile network in sub-Saharan Africa in 1992, it was among the first countries on the continent to be connected to the Internet and to introduce ADSL broadband services, and it led the way in market liberalisation and deregulation when it privatised Ghana Telecom (GT) as early as 1996.
     
  • 2007 Global BPL - Utilities Moving Towards Broadbanded Smart Grids
    It is important to realise that Broadband Power Line (BPL) is more than a simple access technology and because of this it is not necessarily competing with other forms of broadband access such as DSL and wireless.
     
  • 2014 Global Mobile Communications - The Key Statistics, Trends and Regional Insights
    The Global Mobile industry faces diverse opportunities and challenges in 2014 The ongoing development of wireless services offers the telecoms industry the largest ray of hope for growth in 2014. Mobile subscriptions are expected to surpass the actual world population due to the number of multiple subscriptions held by consumers and the developing markets will continue to offer opportunities for further growth.
     
  • 2015 Global Mobile Broadband - a Trailblazing Market - Insights and Statistics
    OTT and WiFi buoy the mobile broadband boom Mobile broadband access using the 3G and now the 4G/LTE networks has continued to expand as users continue to add tablets, modems and phones to use alternative communication methods and cloud based services.
     
  • Global - Infrastructure Policies to Stimulate the Economy
    Financial crisis requires new methods – don’t fix broken systems, create new ones The financial crisis has given rise to a major rethink of how we operate in the world. It has become clear that without making massive changes to our political, social and economic systems we cannot sustain the lifestyle we enjoy today – nor can we improve the lifestyle of others less fortunate than us.
     
  • 2007 Middle East - Telecoms Mobile & Broadband in The Gulf Countries
    BuddeComm’s latest Middle East Annual Publication, ‘2007 Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband in the Gulf countries of the Middle East’, profiles the wealthy countries of the GCC, strife-torn Iraq, very poor Yemen and the regulated market of Iran.
     

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