Market Corner - 19/11/07

Publié le par Jean Arnal

A few set of market information released this week:

  • According to an In-Stat survey, broadband may become more popular than TV in the US. Up to 30% of respondents would drop subscription TV and use the Internet for TV.

  • In another report, In-Stat found that smartphone sales outpace the overall handset market in growth and will continue at a 30% CAGR over the next five years. In-Stat also found that smartphone sales exceed laptop sales by unit volume and will continue to grow at double digits for the next five years.

  • According to Pioneer Research, there are opportunities for reconfigurable SDR base stations. It estimates that global revenues from Multi protocol Multiband (MPMB) Software Defined Radio (SDR) base stations would be close to $10bn by 2014.

  • CTIA says that the mobile subscriber base in the US passed 250m mark.

  • Yankee Group forecasts that mobile internet services should exceed $66bn per year.

  • IDC estimates that worldwide telecom equipment market would exceed 110bn in 2011, increasing with a CAGR of over 4%, of which optical networking would reach $13.7bn, access about $8.5bn, and wireless infra would account for just below 50% of the total.

  • According to Dell'Oro, the service provider router market reached $2bn in 3Q07.

  • According to Point Topic, global IP telephony revenues from retail IP grew fourfold to $6.9bn in 2006, of which $2.6bn in WE, $1.8 from APAC and $2.4 from NA.

  • Research & Markets: the number of DSL subscribers would grow to 353m in 2011 (from 218m this year).

  • Several countries, led by the US, have decided teaming for using the 700MHz band for wireless broadband services. The deal mainly concerns NA, CALA (except Brazil), China, India and Japan. EU opted for the 790-862 MHz band for IMT.

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