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RNCOS Releases a New Report- Restructuring and 3G - New Dimensions for China Telecom Sector
RNCOS has recently added a new Market Research Report titled, "Restructuring and 3G - New Dimensions for China Telecom Sector" to its report gallery. China owns the world’s largest telecommunication networks in terms of both network capacity and number of subscribers. One of the core industries of the country, the telecom industry has experienced double-digit growth in the past decade. And the recent move by the government aimed at restructuring the domestic telecom industry has brought around a wave of rapid development and deployment of telecom infrastructure throughout the country, according to “Restructuring and 3G - New Dimensions for China Telecom Sector”, a recent market research report by RNCOS.
The move has ended with three players on the domestic telecom industry, China Telecom, China Mobile and China Unicom. These operators have been planning to invest billions of dollars into the development of world-class telecom infrastructure in the country. This has led to the growing demand for convergence, allowing operators to optimally utilize their existing networks while offering new set of telecom services, such as fixed-line, voice, TV and broadband.
The government’s move to finalize issuance of 3G licenses in the first week of January 2009 is further anticipated to boost investment into the Chinese telecom market. The convergence of telecom networks, digital TV networks, and the Internet, combined with deployment of 3G networks in the country, will create tremendous opportunities for both domestic and foreign players in the telecom service industry.
“Restructuring and 3G - New Dimensions for China Telecom Sector” provides extensive research on the rapidly growing Chinese telecom market. It provides detailed analysis on the fixed-line telephony, mobile telephony, Internet and broadband market in the country, coupled with its current performance and future prospects.
The study looks at how telecom operators’ strategies and government support could be used to bridge the growing economic and social divide between rural and urban areas. It also offers five year industry forecast (2009-2013) on the following telecom segments:
- Fixed-line (Subscribers and Penetration)
- Mobile (Subscribers and Penetration)
- Internet (Users and Penetration)
- Broadband (Subscribers and Penetration)
- Mobile TV
- IT Spending in Telecom Industry
- Mobile Phone Sales
- Value-added Service
- Network Security Product
- Online Game Market
- Online Advertisement Market
Various players studied in the report include:
China Telecom Corporation Limited
China Mobile Limited
China Unicom (Hong Kong) Limited
This report has been made to give clients an insight into the status of emerging technologies, subscriber growth, handset sales, market share, market penetration, opportunities and roadblocks, and future scenario of the Chinese telecom market.
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RNCOS Releases a New Report- Booming UAE Telecom Sector
RNCOS has recently added a new Market Research Report titled, “Booming UAE Telecom Sector” to its report gallery. The UAE’s telecommunication market has shown tremendous growth over the recent past, mainly propelled by the government initiatives aimed at the deregulation of the market and introduction of competition. The TRA (Telecommunication Regulatory Authority) remains at the forefront of the success of the country’s telecom sector. It is continuously considering and evaluating ways to further intensify competition in the UAE telecom market.
Penetration in the mobile market surpassed 166% in 2007, leaving less room for operators to further take advantage of the market. But this is not the end of growth; future growth in mobile subscriptions will come from growing population and increasing number of expatriates, says RNCOS in its new research report, “Booming UAE Telecom Sector”. Moreover, operators are now looking at Value Added Services (VAS) to derive revenues from saturated mobile market.
However, the fixed-line sector remains underdeveloped, with fixed-line penetration standing at just over 30% in 2007. Various factors, such as high tariffs and absence of fixed-line networks, have been hindering the growth of the country’s fixed-line market. But the recent announcement by the TRA to allow Carrier Pre-Selection (CPS) in the country could bring fruitful results in this sector.
In line with the increasing education and business in the region, the demand for Internet services has also increased in recent years. Although dial-up subscriptions currently dominates the Internet market, we project broadband subscribers to account for nearly 65% of Internet subscribers in coming few years.
Developments in all the sectors of ICT industry has heated up the competition in the region. So operators are seeking new sources of growth to capitalize on their share of the market. This is resulting into introduction of new technologies such as IPTV, VoIP, Mobile TV, etc. Operators in the region are aggressively pushing the deployment of network infrastructure suitable for these technologies.
“Booming UAE Telecom Sector” provides in-depth analysis of the telecommunication market in the UAE. It gives an insight into the current market trends dominating the market. This research report also gives industry forecast on various telecom segments based on feasible telecom industry environment in the UAE. These include telecommunication industry, fixed-line, mobile subscribers, Internet subscribers, broadband subscribers and 3G subscribers.
The research presents thorough analysis on the current and potential outlook of various emerging technologies, such as IPTV and Mobile TV in the UAE.
As the telecom market remains duopoly of Etisalat and du, the report, keeping in mind importance of these two players in the success of UAE telecom market, offers rational analysis on both these operators. This includes in-depth research and extensive analysis on their business activities, recent developments and SWOT analysis in regard to the UAE telecom industry.
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Central & Western Provinces to Drive Chinese Mobile Market
The Chinese mobile market is currently dominated by the eastern province in terms of subscriber base, but the future growth is expected to be driven by the western and central provinces, says “China Telecom Analysis (2008-2012)”, a new research report from RNCOS.
With a share of around 49% in the total mobile subscriber base at the end of 2007, the eastern province fueled growth in the Chinese mobile market. This region has the highest mobile penetration rate in China, standing at 60.1% at the end of 2007, owing to the presence of major Chinese cities, including Shanghai and Beijing that are more advanced and tech-savvy.
Although the eastern region accounts for the largest number of mobile subscribers, western region reported the highest growth in terms of mobile subscriber base at over 22% year-on-year, taking the overall mobile penetration rate to 32.8% in the region. Sichuan dominated the region with the highest number of mobile subscribers at the end of 2007, but Shaanxi recorded the highest growth in mobile subscriber base in the same period.
The central province also registered strong growth in mobile penetration, with Shanxi at the top in terms of growth by having 14.2 Million users at the end of 2007. However, Henan represented the biggest subscriber base in the region during the same period. Thus, the central province represents a plethora of opportunities for further expansion in mobile subscriber base as none of the states has registered even 50% penetration till early 2008.
“China Telecom Analysis (2008-2012)” provides detailed information on fast growing telecom market in China along with rational analysis on the fixed-line telephony, broadband market, mobile telephony and Internet. The report also gives information on the current and future prospects coupled with overview on telecom operators’ strategies and government support to bridge the widening economic and social gap between urban and rural areas.
The report also includes forecast on various segments of the industry, including number of fixed-line telephone subscribers, mobile subscribers, broadband users, WiMAX users, TDSCDMA users, mobile handset sales and value-added telecom service revenue.
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RNCOS Releases a New Report- European Mobile Market Scenario to 2012
RNCOS has recently added a new Market Research Report titled, “European Mobile Market Scenario to 2012” to its report gallery. The report is an extensively researched objective analysis on the growing marketplace for mobile handset industry in the Europe. The report discusses the impact of technology on the mobile market and anticipates the future direction of key segments of the market.
This report will help the clients to analyze the leading-edge opportunities critical to the success of the growing mobile handset market in Europe. The analysis given in the report is supplemented with the statistical facts and helps handset manufacturers, service providers, and investors navigate the evolving market of mobile handsets in Europe.
This section covers the industry background, overview and number of operators in each region of the European mobile device and handset market. The report covers Bulgaria, Denmark, Finland, France, Ireland, the Netherlands, Poland, Turkey, the UK, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Russia, Spain and Ukraine.
The European mobile market, despite saturation (most of the region’s markets had exceeded 100% penetration at the end of 2007), continues to grow. Data ARPU has been resilient despite promotions lowering the price of SMS services, which alone can account for up to 90% of total data revenue. Operators have successfully focused on migrating subscribers to 3G, while GSM growth has been flat or minimal, though until flat-rate data plans become common, the expensive 3G services will remain under-used.
- The total mobile subscription in Europe reached 753.5 Million by the end of December 2007 at a CAGR of nearly 17.6% during the period 2002-2007.
- In terms of subscriber base, the largest market in Europe is Russia with a share of 22%. In comparison, Ireland forms the smallest market with approx 0.7% share in 2006.
- Total mobile subscribers in the European region are expected to increase at a CAGR of around 2.35% during 2008-2012.
- Mobile collaboration is emerging as a big time phenomenon in Europe, thus driving the mobile industry of the region.
Key Issues & Facts
- What are the main factors that are driving the mobile market in the European region?
- What are the recent trends and developments in the mobile industry in Europe?
- What is the mobile subscriber penetration rate in Europe?
- How value-added services are driving the mobile phone market?
- What is the country-wise mobile subscriber base in Europe?
- What are the future growth prospects and opportunities for the mobile industry in Europe?
Forecast & Analysis
The report gives an idea of the competitive landscape of the mobile industry through a detailed market sizing and forecast on the mobile handset market. The most optimistic and pessimistic approach of the market analysis helps the manufacturers and service providers to anticipate the future scenario of the European mobile market.
This section provides an overview of the facts and financials of key competitors, including mobile handset manufacturers like Nokia OYJ, Motorola, Inc, Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB, Siemens AG, Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., Ericsson Inc, BenQ Corporation, Alcatel-Lucent; and mobile phone service providers like Vodafone, Orange PLC, SONOFON Holding A/S, E-Plus Mobilfunk GmbH & Co. KG, TeliaSonera AB, and Elisa Corporation, among others.
Research Methodology Used
The information has been sourced from authentic and reliable sources like books, newspapers, trade journals, and white papers, industry portals, government agencies, trade associations, monitoring industry news and developments, and access to more than 3000 paid databases.
Methods like ratio analysis, historical trend analysis, linear regression analysis using software tools, judgmental forecasting, and cause and effect analysis have been used in the report for prudent analysis.
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VOIP pbx Systems With Ultimate Flexibility And Mobility
The current phone system needs a complete understanding, and VOIP is the technology that has acquired a special place nowadays. There are different types of VOIP Telephones such as Definity telephones, Partner Euro Style Phones available in the market. VOIP Pbx systems are replacing the use of older phone system technology and are getting appreciated by people in business. VOIP and VOIP hybrid PBX systems have had a lot of publicity in the past few years, and are the right choice for your business.
VOIP Phone system reduces your company’s long distance charges. It works completely different than traditional phone services because they do not rely on the phone company's copper wire network. Many advanced calling features are seen in the voip pbx systems enabling your business's employees to access their phones while away from the office.
VOIP pbx systems are particularly ruling the traditional audio mode of telecommunication. These systems are laced with ultimate flexibility, mobility and security. Users tend to make long distance or international calls at affordable costs with excellent voice quality. User can easily make calls to mobile phones, landlines, or overseas numbers for a lot of less with the help of voip pbx systems.
The monthly telephone charges have been cut down with the help of VOIP PBX systems depending upon its usage and operations. This revolutionary technology allows users to share data, voice and video over a single line. This technology is helpful in adding additional phone connections and extensions in their systems. Constraints like locality and mobility that were faced in traditional PSTN services would no way occur in this concept.
Availing benefits of virtual PBX, a basic architecture of PBX server has to be set up. Easy to install, VOIP pbx systems provides hassle-free usage and functionality over the traditional PSTN services. Users can reduce the long term operations and maintenance cost with the VOIP Pbx systems. In such case users are suggested to opt for IP PBX providers, who offer feature rich benefits like voice mail, call forwarding, call transferring, 3-way calling, call conference, DID Management as well as customized reporting.
The best choice for small, midsized and big businesses, VOIP pbx systems allows the company to use the IP network and they won't need to pay long distance charges when talking with people all over the world. The systems allow companies to use either the traditional copper phone lines or the high speed internet for all their phone calls.
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