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  • 2011 World Digital Economy - Mass Adoption of E-Commerce and M-Commerce Channels
    Consumers around the world embrace online and mobile commerce channels E-Commerce and m-commerce have become very competitive areas of focus in 2011 and the digital economy is again in a growth phase. With high speed broadband connections increasing and smart phone use continuing to rise; we are at last seeing significant adoption of e-commerce and m-commerce services.
  • 2011 Worldwide Telecoms - Key Statistics for a Changing Sector
    Changes in global telecoms sector reflected in statistics and trends. The telecoms industry continues to transform and while the economic downturn persists; growth in many sectors of the vast telecoms industry continues.
  • 2011 Australia - Digital Entertainment and Media Market
    Digital media: disaggregating and transforming industries Introduction. One positive outcome of the financial crisis was that global attention turned to new infrastructure developments. This has created a unique opportunity to shift the broadband emphasis – from a high-speed internet service to a national infrastructure for the digital economy that will underpin a range of positive social and economic developments.
  • 2010 Global - Key Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband Statistics
    Global Telecoms in Statistics The vibrant global telecommunications industry has faced many challenges over the last decade including regulatory and technology changes, a severe industry downturn, consolidation, market saturation, declining prices and major inroads by mobile services.
  • 2009 South Pacific Islands - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband
    Penetration rates of telecom services in the South Pacific Island region are still comparatively low, with large differences between urban and rural areas where coverage is usually poor. Access to basic telecom services remains relatively expensive.
  • 2007 Europe - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband in Spain and Portugal
    BuddeComm’s Spain and Portugal Annual Publication, ‘2007 Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband in Spain and Portugal’, profiles two significant markets which enjoy Internet and mobile penetration rates above the EU average.
  • 2007 Global Broadband - Broadband is Essential Infrastructure
    As the Internet economy, digital media and other telecommunications activities become more established; the need for modern and efficient infrastructure is becoming more critical. Broadband services are becoming an essential commodity, and while some countries like Japan and Korea are leaders in this area, many other countries are failing to keep pace with demand.
  • 2011 Middle East - Telecoms, Internet, Broadband and Mobile statistics (tables only)
    The Middle East in telecoms statistics Telecoms and fixed-line. There are increasingly liberal regulatory systems in the telecoms sector of the Middle East. Several independent regulators have been established and competition has been introduced into most markets to a greater or lesser extent.
  • 2010 Middle East - Telecoms, Internet, Broadband and Mobile statistics (tables only)
    The Middle East in telecoms statistics Where available, statistics are given up to and including 2010. Where not available, estimates are given and, in some cases, subscribers up to 2015 are forecast. Statistics are grouped by country into three sections: telecoms and fixed-line operations; Internet Broadband and Digital media; and mobile communications and mobile data.
  • 2010 Middle Eastern Mobile Voice and Operators Market
    The Middle East mobile market is characterised by some very high penetration rates and continuing healthy subscriber growth rates in most countries. This is putting strain on ARPU rates, which are falling as subscriber numbers increase.
  • 2010 China - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Forecasts
    China is committed to keep the economy growing in the midst of the global financial crisis. The State Council initiated a massive infrastructure spending program as part of an active fiscal stimulus plan aimed at boosting the country’s slowing economy.
  • 2009 Middle East - Telecoms, Internet, Broadband and Mobile Statistics - tables only
    Fixed-line operations As in the rest of the world, fixed-line voice revenues are in decline, partly as a result of substitution by mobiles, and telcos are turning to broadband services to improve profits.
  • 2009 Middle Eastern - Mobile Communications and Mobile Data Market
    This Middle East market report covers the mobile telephony and mobile data markets in each of the following countries: Bahrain, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Turkey, UAE and Yemen.
  • 2008 Middle East - Telecoms, Internet, Broadband and Mobile Statistics (tables only)
    The gulf countries have benefited to differing degrees, depending on their reserves, from the very high oil and gas prices. Even countries with less oil such as Bahrain or the emirate of Dubai have benefited from the wealth coming into the region.
  • 2013 Latin America - Fixed-line, Internet and Broadband Statistics (tables only)
    Weak competition and insufficient bandwidth push up broadband prices in Latin America Competition. Most telecoms markets across Central American and the Caribbean have been liberalised, with the notable exception of Cuba and some remaining instances where the state has retained a significant interest in the incumbent operator.

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