Market researches - 27/01/07

Publié le par Jean Arnal

A few set of market information released this week:

  • According to In-Stat, subscribers to IMS-based services are expected to grow from 10m in 2007 to over 500m by 2011.

  • According to Celtel, Africa is seen as the next big emerging market for mobile with 350m subscribers by 2011.

  • In-Stat estimates that mobile video revenues in APAC would reach $3bn in 2010. Japan would be the largest market with $1bn.

  • According to Profiling, the study conducted by Ipsos Media, 87% of the 27m French people equipped with an internet connection, are broadband, 49% are using a double-play service (Internet+ VOIP) and 22% are using triple play (internet+ VOIP+IPTV).

  • In-Stat reports that the US VOIP market is now reaching 3.8m households in 2006 for revenues of $1.1bn. Revenues should grow th $3.8bn by 2010.

  • Infonetics Research forecast that worldwide mobile phone sales hit $115m (up 13%) in 2006, of which WiFi phone sales amounted $535m, up 327%.

  • According to Gartner, spending on mobile music would surpass $32bn by 2010, up from $13.7bn in 2007.

  • BroadGroup estimates that mobile subscribers across the African continent would almost triple by 2011, from current 188m by the end of 2006 (penetration of almost 20%).

  • Dell'Oro forecasts that the PBX market should exceed $7.5bn in 2011, fueled by sales of IP PBXs. Traditional PBXs would only account for 5% of the market revenues by 2011.

  • According to Frost & Sullivan the DVB-H market revenues are expected to explode from $60m in 2006 to $2bn in 2010.

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