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Understanding the Market for Home Networks in Europe

  • ID: 29066
  • December 2002
  • Region: Europe
  • 154 pages
  • Parks Associates
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Emerging broadband services, residential gateways, and home networking solutions will thrive on a global scale.

This report analyzes the European landscape, providing a country-by-country overview of drivers, inhibitors, the major service providers contending for influence, and the pilots and trials currently underway.

It provides detail of developments in broadband deployment, digital television services, home networks, and mobile telephony.

Asia and Europe are primary markets for emerging broadband services, residential gateways, and home networking solutions.

This report analyzes the European landscape, providing a country-by-country overview of drivers, inhibitors, the major service providers, and the pilots currently underway.

It provides detail of developments in broadband deployment, digital television services, home networks, and mobile telephony.

"Service providers will prove to be the critical channel in deploying home networks and their associated services in Western Europe," said Kurt Scherf, vice president of research for Parks Associates.

"It is therefore critical to have a thorough understanding of the service provider landscape in this emerging market."

Published 4Q, 2002

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<P>1.0 Introduction and Overview of Europe<BR>   1.1 What is Home Networking?<BR>   1.2 What About Home Networking in Europe?<BR>   1.3 Overview of Europe<BR>   1.4 The European Incumbents<BR>      1.4.1 Services Available from the Incumbent Operators in Europe<BR>      1.4.2 The European Incumbents Offering ADSL, Cable TV, and Mobile Services<BR>      1.4.3 The European Incumbents Offering Broadband and Mobile<BR>      1.4.4 The European Incumbents and Broadband<BR>         1.4.4.1 ADSL Provision<BR>         1.4.4.2 Cable Broadband Provision<BR>   1.5 Digital TV<BR>      1.5.1 Cable Operators<BR>      1.5.2 Satellite TV Providers<BR>   1.6 Mobile Operators<BR>      1.6.1 The Struggle to Deploy 3G Services<BR>      1.6.2 The Major European Mobile Players<BR>   1.7 Governments, Industry and Home Networking Trials<BR>      1.7.1 The European Union<BR>      1.7.2 European Country Governments<BR>      1.7.3 The Application Home: A Major Trial<BR>   1.8 Will Home Networking Take off in Europe?</P><BR><P>2.0 Country Profiles<BR>   2.1 Belgium and Luxembourg<BR>      2.1.1 Broadband Deployment<BR>         2.1.1.1 ISPs: The Retail Providers<BR>         2.1.1.2 Drivers and Inhibitors to Broadband Development<BR>         2.1.1.3 Broadband and Home Networking<BR>      2.1.2 Digital Television Services<BR>         2.1.2.1 Update on Digital TV Services<BR>         2.1.2.2 Drivers and Inhibitors to Digital TV<BR>         2.1.2.3 Deployment of Advanced Set-top Boxes and<BR>            New Content that May Drive Home Networks<BR>      2.1.3 Mobile Telephony<BR>         2.1.3.1 Update<BR>         2.1.3.2 Mobile and Home Networking<BR>   2.2 Profile of Denmark<BR>      2.2.1 Broadband Deployment<BR>         2.2.1.1 ISPs: The Retail Providers<BR>         2.2.1.2 Broadband and Home Networking<BR>      2.2.2 Digital Television<BR>         2.2.2.1 Update on Digital TV Services<BR>         2.2.2.2 Entertainment and Home Networking<BR>         2.2.2.3 Drivers and Inhibitors to Digital TV<BR>         2.2.2.4 Deployment of Advanced Set-top Boxes and<BR>            New Content that May Drive Home Networks<BR>      2.2.3 Mobile Telephony<BR>         2.2.3.1 Update<BR>         2.2.3.2 Mobile and Home Networking<BR>   2.3 Profile of Finland<BR>      2.3.1 Broadband Deployment<BR>         2.3.1.1 ISPs: The Retail Providers<BR>         2.3.1.2 Drivers and Inhibitors to Broadband Development<BR>         2.3.1.3 Broadband and Home Networking<BR>      2.3.2 Digital Television<BR>         2.3.2.1 Entertainment and Home Networks<BR>         2.3.2.2 Deployment of Advanced Set-top Boxes and<BR>            New Content that May Drive Home Networks<BR>      2.3.3 Mobile Telephony<BR>         2.3.3.1 Update<BR>         2.3.3.2 Mobile and Home Networking<BR>   2.4 Profile of France<BR>      2.4.1 Broadband Deployment<BR>         2.4.1.1 ISPs: The Retail Providers<BR>         2.4.1.2 Drivers and Inhibitors to Broadband Development<BR>         2.4.1.3 Broadband and Home Networking<BR>      2.4.2 Digital Television Services<BR>         2.4.2.1 Update on Digital TV Services<BR>         2.4.2.2 Entertainment and Home Networks<BR>         2.4.2.3 Drivers and Inhibitors to Digital TV<BR>         2.4.2.4 Deployment of Advanced Set-top Boxes and<BR>            New Content that May Drive Home Networks<BR>      2.4.3 Mobile Telephony<BR>         2.4.3.1 Update<BR>         2.4.3.2 Mobile and Home Networking<BR>   2.5 Profile of Germany<BR>      2.5.1 Broadband Deployment<BR>         2.5.1.1 ISPs: The Retail Providers<BR>         2.5.1.2 Drivers and Inhibitors to Broadband Development<BR>         2.5.1.3 Broadband and Home Networking<BR>      2.5.2 Digital Television Services<BR>         2.5.2.1 Update on Digital TV Services<BR>         2.5.2.2 Entertainment and Home Networks<BR>         2.5.2.3 Drivers and Inhibitors to Digital TV<BR>         2.5.2.4 Deployment of Advanced Set-top Boxes and<BR>            New Content that May Drive Home Networks<BR>      2.5.3 Mobile Telephony<BR>         2.5.3.1 Update<BR>         2.5.3.2 Mobile and Home Networking<BR>   2.6 Profile of Italy<BR>      2.6.1 Broadband Deployment<BR>         2.6.1.1 ISPs: The Retail Providers<BR>         2.6.1.2 Drivers and Inhibitors to Broadband Development<BR>         2.6.1.3 Broadband and Home Networking<BR>      2.6.2 Digital Television Services<BR>         2.6.2.1 Update on Digital TV Services<BR>         2.6.2.2 Entertainment and Home Networks<BR>         2.6.2.3 Drivers and Inhibitors to Digital TV<BR>      2.6.3 Mobile Telephony<BR>         2.6.3.1 Update<BR>         2.6.3.2 Mobile and Home Networking<BR>   2.7 Profile of The Netherlands<BR>      2.7.1 Broadband Development<BR>         2.7.1.1 ISPs: The Retail Providers<BR>         2.7.1.2 Drivers and Inhibitors to Broadband Development<BR>         2.7.1.3 Broadband and Home Networking<BR>      2.7.2 Digital Television Services<BR>         2.7.2.1 Update on Digital TV Services<BR>         2.7.2.2 Entertainment and Home Networks<BR>         2.7.2.3 Drivers and Inhibitors to Digital TV<BR>         2.7.2.4 Deployment of Advanced Set-top Boxes and<BR>            New Content that May Drive Home Networks<BR>      2.7.3 Mobile Telephony<BR>         2.7.3.1 Update<BR>         2.7.3.2 Mobile and Home Networking<BR>   2.8 Profile of Norway<BR>      2.8.1 Broadband Deployment<BR>         2.8.1.1 ISPs: The Retail Providers<BR>         2.8.1.2 Drivers and Inhibitors to Broadband Development<BR>         2.8.1.3 Broadband and Home Networking<BR>      2.8.2 Digital TV<BR>         2.8.2.1 Update on Digital TV Services<BR>         2.8.2.2 Entertainment and Home Networking<BR>         2.8.2.3 Drivers and Inhibitors to Digital TV<BR>         2.8.2.4 Deployment of Advanced Set-top Boxes and<BR>            New Content that May Drive Home Networks<BR>      2.8.3 Mobile Telephony<BR>         2.8.3.1 Update<BR>         2.8.3.2 Mobile and Home Networking<BR>   2.9 Profile of Portugal<BR>      2.9.1 Broadband Deployment<BR>         2.9.1.1 ISPs: The Retail Providers<BR>         2.9.1.2 Drivers and Inhibitors to Broadband Development<BR>         2.9.1.3 Broadband and Home Networking<BR>      2.9.2 Digital Television Services<BR>         2.9.2.1 Update on Digital TV Services<BR>         2.9.2.2 Entertainment and Home Networks<BR>         2.9.2.3 Drivers and Inhibitors to Digital TV<BR>         2.9.2.4 Deployment of Advanced Set-top Boxes and<BR>            New Content that May Drive Home Networks<BR>      2.9.3 Mobile Telephony<BR>         2.9.3.1 Update<BR>         2.9.3.2 Mobile and Home Networking<BR>   2.10 Profile of Spain<BR>      2.10.1 Broadband Deployment<BR>         2.10.1.1 ISPs: The Retail Providers<BR>         2.10.1.2 Drivers and Inhibitors to Broadband Development<BR>      2.10.2 Digital Television Services<BR>         2.10.2.1 Update on Digital TV Services<BR>         2.10.2.2 Entertainment and Home Networks<BR>         2.10.2.3 Drivers and Inhibitors to Digital TV<BR>      2.10.3 Mobile Telephony<BR>         2.10.3.1 Update<BR>         2.10.3.2 Mobile and Home Networking<BR>   2.11 Profile of Sweden<BR>      2.11.1 Broadband Deployment<BR>         2.11.1.1 ISPs: The Retail Providers<BR>         2.11.1.2 Drivers and Inhibitors to Broadband Development<BR>         2.11.1.3 Broadband and Home Networking<BR>      2.11.2 Digital Television Services<BR>         2.11.2.1 Update on Digital TV Services<BR>         2.11.2.2 Entertainment and Home Networks<BR>         2.11.2.3 Drivers and Inhibitors to Digital TV<BR>         2.11.2.4 Deployment of Advanced Set-top Boxes and<BR>            New Content that May Drive Home Networks<BR>      2.11.3 Mobile Telephony<BR>         2.11.3.1 Update<BR>         2.11.3.2 Mobile and Home Networking<BR>   2.12 Profile of Switzerland<BR>      2.12.1 Broadband Deployment<BR>         2.12.1.1 ISPs: The Retail Providers<BR>         2.12.1.2 Drivers and Inhibitors to Broadband Development<BR>         2.12.1.3 Broadband and Home Networking<BR>      2.12.2 Digital Television Services<BR>         2.12.2.1 Update on Digital TV Services<BR>         2.12.2.2 Entertainment and Home Networks<BR>         2.12.2.3 Drivers and Inhibitors to Digital TV<BR>         2.12.2.4 Deployment of Advanced Set-top Boxes and<BR>            New Content that May Drive Home Networks<BR>      2.12.3 Mobile Telephony<BR>         2.12.3.1 Update<BR>         2.12.3.2 Mobile and Home Networking<BR>   2.13 Profile of the UK<BR>      2.13.1 Broadband Deployment<BR>         2.13.1.1 ISPs: The Retail Providers<BR>         2.13.1.2 Drivers and Inhibitors to Broadband Development<BR>         2.13.1.3 Broadband and Home Networking<BR>      2.13.2 Digital Television Services<BR>         2.13.2.1 Update on Digital TV Services<BR>         2.13.2.2 Entertainment and Home Networks<BR>         2.13.2.3 Drivers and Inhibitors to Digital TV<BR>         2.13.2.4 Deployment of Advanced Set-top Boxes<BR>                      and New Content that May Drive Home Networks<BR>      2.13.3 Mobile Telephony<BR>         2.13.3.1 Update<BR>         2.13.3.2 Mobile and Home Networking</P><BR><P>  <BR> <BR>Figures <BR> <BR>Figures in Section 1.0<BR>Home Networking Applications Categorized<BR>Growth in Home Networks and Residential Gateways: U.S. Market<BR>Market Share of Telecom Operators, by Revenue<BR>Overview of Profiled Countries<BR>Services Offered by European Incumbents<BR>ADSL Deployment: Western Europe<BR>Incumbent Share of Retail ADSL Market<BR>Cable Broadband Deployment: Western Europe<BR>Growth of Digital Television: Europe<BR>Status of European Cable Operators (Q2 2002)</P><BR><P>Figures in Section 2.0<BR>PC and Internet Households, Belgium<BR>PC and Internet Households, Luxembourg<BR>Belgacom ADSL Connections<BR>TV Households, Belgium<BR>TV Households, Luxembourg<BR>Mobile Phone Customers, Belgium<BR>3G License Ownership in Belgium<BR>PC and Internet Households, Denmark<BR>TDC Tele Danmark ADSL Connections<BR>Cable Modem Subscriptions: Denmark<BR>TV Households, Denmark<BR>Mobile Phone Subscriptions: Denmark<BR>Danish Mobile Phone Customers, by Provider<BR>3G License Ownership in Denmark<BR>PC and Internet Households, Finland<BR>Sonera ADSL Subscribers<BR>Elisa ADSL Subscribers<BR>TV Households, Finland<BR>Mobile Phone Subscriptions: Finland<BR>3G License Ownership in Finland<BR>PC and Internet Households, France<BR>France Telecom/Wanadoo ADSL Customers<BR>TV Households, France<BR>Mobile Phone Penetration: France<BR>Mobile Operator Subscribers and Market Share: France<BR>PC and Internet Households, Germany<BR>Deutsche Telekom T-DSL Contracts<BR>TV Households, Germany<BR>Mobile Phone Subscriber and Penetration Growth: Germany<BR>3G License Ownership in Germany<BR>PC and Internet Households, Italy<BR>TV Households, Italy<BR>3G License Ownership in Italy<BR>PC and Internet Households, The Netherlands<BR>KPN ADSL Subscribers<BR>TV Households, The Netherlands<BR>Mobile Phone Subscriptions: The Netherlands<BR>3G License Ownership in Netherlands<BR>PC and Internet Households, Norway<BR>SMS and Content Messages in Norway<BR>Telenor ADSL Subscribers<BR>Telenor Cable TV Subscribers, Nordic Region<BR>Telenor DTH Satellite Subscribers, Nordic Region<BR>TV Households, Norway<BR>Telenor mNorway Mobile Subscribers<BR>3G License Ownership in Norway<BR>PC and Internet Households, Portugal<BR>Portugal Telecom Broadband Subscribers<BR>Cable Television Subscribers, Portugal<BR>DTH Satellite Subscribers, Portugal<BR>Mobile Phone Service Penetration: Portugal<BR>3G License Ownership in Portugal<BR>PC and Internet Households, Spain<BR>Telefonica ADSL Subscribers<BR>ONO Cable Broadband Subscribers: Spain<BR>TV Households, Spain<BR>Mobile Phone Penetration: Spain<BR>Mobile Operators in Spain<BR>3G License Ownership in Spain<BR>PC and Internet Households, Sweden<BR>Telia Broadband Subscribers, Sweden<BR>Telia "Internet Cable" Subscribers<BR>TV Households, Sweden<BR>Swedish GSM Customers, by Provider<BR>3G License Ownership in Sweden<BR>PC and Internet Households, Switzerland<BR>Swisscom Wholesale ADSL Customers<BR>TV Households, Switzerland<BR>Mobile Phone Customers: Switzerland<BR>3G License Ownership in Switzerland<BR>PC and Internet Households, UK<BR>British Telecom ADSL Subscribers<BR>Market Share: Broadband Providers in the UK<BR>NTL Cable Broadband Subscribers, UK<BR>Telewest Cable Broadband Subscribers, UK<BR>TV Households, U.K.<BR>Mobile Phone Growth in the UK<BR>Second-Generation Mobile Network Suppliers in the UK<BR> <BR></P>

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