Market researches - 28/08/07

Publié le par Jean Arnal

A few set of market information released this week:

  • According to SNL Kagan, US mobile penetration would be 84% by the end of the year, and is projected to surge over 100% by 2013.

  • According to 3G Americas, Uruguay has a potential of 250k 3G users within 18 months, or 10% of the country' s subscriber base.

  • 40% of U.K. households take bundled telecoms services, according to Ofcom.

  • Gartner forecast that worldwide sales of mobile phones to end users reached 271m units in 2Q07.

  • The Middle East passed 150m mobile connections as well as the 50% penetration rate in 2Q07, according to Wireless Intelligence.

  • According to Continental Research, mobile phone users are not showing interest in advanced features such as browsing the internet or watching TV on their mobile phone.

  • OVUM- RHK forecasts that mobile carriers had increase their capex by 4% in 2Q07 to $5.3bn.

  • According to Dell'Oro, Ericsson and Huawei have benefited from the Nokia – Siemens Networks and the Alcatel- Lucent mergers. During the quarter, Ericsson gained 4 points of worldwide market share, while Huawei grew their market share in excess of 30%. The GSM-based infrastructure equipment market grew 12% in 2Q07.

  • Analysys found that the total market size of TD-SCDMA access network (in China) has reached $1bn in 2Q07. The market leaders are ZTE with almost 46%, Datang with over 27% and TD Tech with 15%.

  • Ericsson predicts that mobile operators would invest some $500m on 3G equipment in 2008 in Brazil.

  • ABI Research is forecasting that revenues for mobile M2M communication services would grow to $8bn by 2012 from $2bn in 2006.

  • Synergy Research give a 25.4% market share for Avaya in the worldwide enterprise Internet protocol (IP) telephony market.

  • According to ABI, the market value for mobile video telephony services including video mail, video calling, and video sharing services, will grow to over $17 billion by 2012, with a CAGR of 74%.

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