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  • 2010 Global Mobile Communications - Key Trends and Growth in a Challenging Environment
    When reflecting upon the last decade; the rapid uptake of mobile technology must be highlighted as an outstanding phenomenon that has forever changed society. Despite the challenges of the current industry environment; mobile subscriber growth continues with the emerging markets leading the way.
  • Telecoms & Broadband Business Newsletter - November 2009
    Editorial - Meeting with ITU Secretary General Dr Hamadoun Touré During the ITU Conference I had the honour of a private meeting with Dr Hamadoun Touré, Secretary-General of the ITU since 2006.   The ITU is the oldest United Nations organisation (1865), but Dr Touré fondly describes it as ‘young at heart’.
  • 2010 Egypt - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Forecasts
    Egypt became one of the first countries in Africa to launch third generation (3G) mobile services, following the award of the country’s third mobile licence in 2006. The record price that was paid for the licence indicates the enormous potential in the Egyptian mobile market, and the penetration rate has more than tripled since then to around 80% in mid-2010.
  • 2009 Global Smart Grids - Intelligent Energy Technology
    The communications revolution is shifting the national and global focus towards e-health, e-education and smart grids. Increasingly we are seeing governments around the world undertaking national broadband initiatives as awareness grows that broadband infrastructure can also be used by other sectors such as healthcare, education and government services as well as by smart grids and digital media.
  • Telecoms & Broadband Business Newsletter - July 2008
    Australia's first newsletter on national and international management and business applications in broadband, voice, data and video communication. Trends and developments in telecommunications, wireless communication, broadband and data services, fibre-to-the-home and satellite-based services.
  • 2008 Global Wireless Broadband - Next Generation Mobility
    The wireless broadband sector continues to evolve as worldwide demand for wireless connectivity increases. For some time there has been an ongoing information war waged around wireless broadband developments and in 2008 it is becoming apparent that WiMAX and Long-term evolution are emerging as the most likely candidates for the Next Generation Mobile Networks.
  • Telecoms & Broadband Business Newsletter - June 2008

  • Global - Analysis - The Industry Moving into 2008
    All the major developments on a global scale relate to digital media activities. To a large extent the telecoms and media industries are now being driven by the developments in this market. BuddeComm has been talking about VoIP, VoD and IPTV for many years, but the traditional companies have failed to deliver these services.
  • Telecoms & Broadband Business Newsletter - January-February 2007

  • Global - Industry - Regulatory - Overview & Analysis
    Archived report. This report was archived in 2008 and has not been updated. A successful telecoms industry can significantly contribute to a nation’s wealth and social welfare, and national policies and strategies are therefore required to maximise these benefits.
  • Global - Mobile Data - Overview & Analysis
    Archived report. This report was archived in 2010 and has not been updated. Cellular mobile networks have been built for voice services and even more importantly have been finetuned over the years for efficient and effective voice transmission.
  • Global - Broadcasting - Cable TV
    Archived report. This report was archived in 2006 and has not been updated. After its beginnings in 1948, Cable started to become popular in the 70s in the USA when premium cable services were introduced.
  • 2013 Egypt - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Forecasts
    12 billion Dollars for Egypt The IMF was about to sign off a US$4.8 billion loan to Egypt but is currently holding this back following the removal of President Morsi. However, Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Kuwait have just approved US$12 billion in loans, grants and cash.
  • 2012 Morocco - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband
    2013 a big year for telecoms in Morocco Morocco is one of the most advanced telecommunications markets in Africa and often seen as a role model for future developments in other parts of the continent. It features a majority-privatised, highly profitable incumbent telco (Maroc Telecom, MT), three fixed and mobile network operators, as well as the highest penetration and some of the lowest prices on the continent for broadband Internet access.
  • 2013 Global Smart Infrastructure - The Smart Grid and M2M Movement
    Resource and energy management are hot issues all around the world Governments and society are beginning to understand that energy savings and environment sustainability are important national issues that have an economic value as well.
  • 2013 Global Mobile Broadband - A Key Focus for Industry and Society
    LTE deployments to rise and WiFi’s growing importance acknowledged Wireless broadband will be an integral and essential part of any advanced digital infrastructure. The mobile broadband market is also fast becoming a major income revenue stream for the providers, having taken over the mobile voice sector.
  • 2010 Nigeria - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Forecasts
    Nigeria is one of the biggest and fastest growing telecom markets in Africa, attracting huge amounts of foreign investment, and is yet standing at relatively low levels of market penetration. Far reaching liberalisation has led to hundreds of companies providing virtually all kinds of telecom and value-added services in an independently regulated market.
  • 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.
  • 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.

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