Research and Markets has announced the addition of The Worldwide DSL Subscriber Market 2005
to their offering.
In 2004, the number of DSL subscribers in Asia and Europe grew rapidly due to low-price promotions by telecoms, while in North America the number of new DSL subscribers surpassed the number of new cable modem subscribers for the first time ever. Looking ahead to 2005, now that the DSL penetration rate has already reached a high level, broadband providers will be seeking to achieve not only further subscriber growth, but also the development of services such as VoIP, IPTV, and VOD. This report will examine the key issues affecting individual regional markets in 2005, and will discuss the prospects for subscriber growth and service development in each market.
List of Topics
DSL Subscriber forecasts for North America, Western Europe, Asia, and emerging markets in 2005. Special discussion on competition between telecoms, MSOs, and ISPs, as well as the impact of ADSL2+ roll out and the popularity of bundling strategies that pair DSL with VoIP, satellite, or cable TV services; industry review of the first three quarters of 2004 and a global forecast for 2005, including DSL subscriber scale, DSL market share by region, significant trends in major markets, product mix, key components, business types, CO equipment investment plans for major telecoms, and key issues facing the industry in 2005.
Arcor, Beijing Municipal Telephone Bureau, Beijing Telecom, Bell Canada, BellSouth, British Ofcom, British Telecom, BSNL, Cablevision, Cegetel, Charter, China Netcom, China Telecom, Chunghua Telecom, Comcast, Deutsche Telecom, DirecTV, Echostar, FCC, France Telecom, German RegTP, HanseNet, ITU, Japan Ministry of Public Management, Home Affairs, Posts & Communications, J- Com, KDDI, MGM, Neuf, Noos, NTL, NTT East & West, PCCW, PrimaCom, QSC, Qwest, SBC, Shaw, Siemens, Softbank, TBS, Telefonica de Argentina, Telekomunikacja Polska , Telewest, Time Warner, T-Online, United Internet, UPC France, Verizon, Vonage, Wanadoo.