|By Business Wire||
|December 10, 2012 12:16 PM EST||
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/q89tr2/australia) has announced the addition of the "Australia - Telecoms Industry - Statistics and Forecasts" report to their offering.
This report (25th Edition) provides statistics and forecasts for 2013, as well as high-level commentary on the overall market, market shares by operator, and statistical information on mobile and broadband.
For those needing detailed subscribers, revenues, forecasting and analysis on the Australian telecommunications market this report provides essential data and gives in-depth industry information on:
- Analysis of the market
- Revenue, annual growth and market share statistics;
- Business market and residential market broadband statistics;
- Analysis and revenue forecasting for 2015 and 2020;
- Market statistics segmentation by voice, mobile and broadband;
- Market segmentation and market statistics by major provider and by service;Overview and market analysis of the second-tier telco market
Key Trends And Developments
Telstra has done exceptional well during 2011 and 2012 and set to continue this into 2013. Optus has been holding on but needs to come up with new innovations to progress further, the hope for Vodafone is that 2013 will see an end to their troubles and that they indeed are able to turn the corner and start reclaiming their position in the market. The second-tier market is making gains in broadband and they are stepping up IPTV and other OTT activities and these will then be bundled into their other product offerings. Although the bundled market often sees overall revenues fall, it generally maintains a higher ARPU. Also in 2013 further consolidation is expected.
It has become clear that OTT is the new normal' for the telecoms industry - with the emerging all-IP networks; telecoms services are basically moving to new business models. These services are seen as a threat by the traditional telcos and so far they have been unable to come back with a competitive reaction. The more likely scenario will be is that the telcos will remain in the access space and will offer wholesale services to the OTT and Apps providers as well as to an increasingly growing number of companies and sectors that are relying on the digital economy. Services here include data centres, cloud computing, data storage, content delivery and other value added infrastructure services.
Mobile and fixed infrastructure will increasing merge and in the end a fibre based network will support hundreds of thousands of smaller and bigger mobile stations delivering services to end users. It is estimated that mobile capacity need to grow a thousand fold over the next decade to cope with customer demand.
All of this will assist the industry to broaden itself and double its size to around $80 billion by 2020.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Telecoms Market Moving into 2013
2. Statistical Overview of the Telecoms Market - By Provider
3. Statistical Overview of the Telecoms Market - By Service
4. 2nd-tier Telco Market 2012
5. Market Forecasts - 2015, 2020
6. Broadband Market
7. Mobile Communications Market
8. Mobile Broadband
9. Glossary of Abbreviations
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/q89tr2/australia
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