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Global Telecoms Trends for 2017 – Fibre Networks, LTE, 5G, Video Streaming, Smart Nations

Albany, New York, August 3, 2016: Market Research HUB has announced the addition of the “Global Telecoms Trends for 2017 – Fibre Networks, LTE, 5G, Video Streaming, Smart Nations” report to their offering.

High-speed infrastructure takes hold – paving the way for revenue streams. Recently there was an important development for the broadband sector when the market share of fibre infrastructure lines finally overtook DSL technologies as the largest on a global level.

The fixed broadband network is the infrastructure needed to meet the needs, both economic and societal, of the developed markets. In fact in many of these markets, wireless broadband and FttP are developing in a complementary and harmonious way.

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Currently 4G networks offer excellent broadband services and, as long as the usage is limited, the prices are competitive. However, as soon as the mobile networks become used for entertainment services such as Netflix, the affordability drops significantly. Looking ahead, more and more of these entertainment services will be delivered over broadband and more and more people will move from traditional TV to these broadband-based services. At the same time, the quality is moving from HDTV to 4K and it remains unlikely that these services can be supported by wireless networks at affordable prices.

The 5G technology is now well and truly under development. While there are no firm standards in place, the industry is working hard at making that happen. In the meantime, the early movers are testing their own versions of the 5G technology and this is giving us information about what we can expect what the technology will be able to deliver. Commercial 5G is not expected to become available in any significant way until around 2020, with full deployment expected towards the end of that decade.

Developments, strongly facilitated by developments in the ICT industry, are leading to massive economic transformation processes. We see that whole industry sectors and traditional business models have been replaced by new ones. The key reason for these transformations is that in some instances up to 80% of the costs of those traditional business models can be removed.

These processes are relentless and are going to force other sectors to transform as well. Developments linked to cloud computing, data centres, data analytics (big data), machine-to-machine (M2M), the internet-of-things (IoT) and the emerging Blockchain may all play a part in transforming our current world. Ultimately from these developments we are beginning to slowly see the emergence of Smart Cities, and indeed Smart Nations.

Key developments:

– FttX held only a 22% market share of global broadband access technologies in 2013, but by 2016 this had increased to around 47% at the expense of DSL which is in decline.
– With the improved coverage and penetration of LTE as well as the massive adoption of smartphones, VoLTE has become a priority throughout the world for operators that wish to bring HD voice service to their LTE customers. Nevertheless, while VoLTE services certainly offer opportunities, Over-The-Top (OTT) mobile VoIP services will attract the largest revenue market shares, at least in the short and medium term.
– Key developments for 2017 include M2M and IoT infrastructure, facilitating the development of smart homes, buildings and cities. Many of these applications will be opened up partly through the use of 4G LTE (Advanced) a halfway house on the way to full 5G.

Table of Content –

1. Global telecoms Big picture trends for 2017
2. Broadband technologies Fibre trends
3. Mobile technologies LTE and 5G trends
4. Digital media Video streaming trends
5. Smart infrastructure Smart city trends

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List of Tables –

Table 1 – Machine-to-machine applications and technologies, by dispersion and mobility
Table 2 – Global Internet Bandwidth Growth by Tb/s 2010 2014; 2019
Table 3 – Global – Internet users and annual change 2009 – 2016
Table 4 – Global – fixed broadband subscribers and annual change 2005 – 2016
Table 5 – Regional market shares of fixed broadband subscribers 2014; 2015
Table 6 – Global – broadband market share by access technology 2013; 2016
Table 7 – Global average broadband speed by mb/s 2012 – 2015
Table 8 – Top 10 countries by high broadband connectivity of above 10Mb/s 2014
Table 9 – Top 27 countries by high broadband connectivity of above 10Mb/s 2015
Table 10 – Global total broadband services revenue 2011 – 2018

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