North American VoIP Access and SIP Trunking Services Market 2012: Broader Market Acceptance Drives Robust Growth
- Language: English
- 60 Pages
- Published: November 2012
- Region: North America
The market for cable telephony services is maturing and worldwide subscriber numbers are growing rapidly. In many markets around the world, cable TV operators consider telephony service to be an integral part of their telecommunications service bundle. This has led to increasing service availability in North America, Europe, and in a few countries in Asia.
Voice-over-Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology has proven to be a key market enabler for cable telephony services and subscriber growth. Generally less expensive to provision than more traditional circuit-switched telephony, the increasing availability of VoIP services in North America was directly responsible for the almost two-fold increase in the number of North American subscribers during 2006.
This report covers the market for cable telephony services around the world. It discusses the business case for provisioning cable telephony services, looks at the availability of the service, and breaks down cable telephony’s cost structure by specific network architecture.
In addition, the report updates leading cable TV operator telephony service strategies and presents the results of a US cable telephony subscriber consumer survey that was conducted in December 2006.
The report provides forecasts for worldwide cable telephony subscribers, VoIP cable telephony subscribers, and installed cable telephony lines through the year 2011. SHOW LESS READ MORE >
Cable Telephony Comes of Age
The Cable Telephony Market in 2007
Market Drivers for Cable Telephony
Circuit-Switched to VoIP: The Continuing Development of Cable Telephony
Cable Telephony Network Architectures
The Circuit-Switched Network
The “Switched-IP” Network Architecture
VoIP: The Basics
The Connectionless Connection
IP and the PSTN
Types of IP Telephony
VoIP in an HFC Network
The IP-Enabled Cable Network Architecture
The Twisted-Pair Overlay Network
Cable Telephony Deployment Costs: Circuit-Switched vs. VoIP
Technology Standards for VoIP-based Cable Telephony
Cable Modem Technology Standards
US Consumer Survey: Cable Telephony Service
Key Findings of the Survey
Which Cable TV Operator Provides Your Household’s Cable Telephony Service?
How Long Have You Had Cable Telephony Service?
How Much Do You Pay Each Month for Cable Telephony Service?
How Many Cable Telephony Lines Do You Have in Your Home?
Is Your Cable Telephony Service a VoIP Service?
How Many Times Has Your Cable Operator Made a Service Call to Fix/Repair Your Service?
How Satisfied Are You With Your Cable Telephony Service?
Would You Recommend Cable Telephony Service to a Friend?
Cable Telephony: Key Market Trends
VoIP Subscribers Continue to Grow
A Quad Play Update: Wireless Voice in the US Cable Industry
Joint Venture Functions
Time Warner Cable
The Wireless JV Today: Assessment
Cable Telephony Service Providers
Bright House Networks
Time Warner Cable
Cable Telephony Forecasts
Cable Telephony Subscriber Forecasts
Cable Telephony Revenue Forecasts
List of Tables
Table 1. Cable Telephony Market Drivers
Table 2. Verizon vs. Cox Communications: Residential Telephony Prices in Alexandria, Virginia
Table 3. The Development Phases of Cable Telephony Technology, 2004–2011
Table 4. Cost per Subscriber: Circuit-Switched Service
Table 5. Cost per Subscriber: VoIP Service (Premise Powered)
Table 6. Cost per Subscriber: VoIP Service (Network Powered)
Table 7. US Consumer Survey: Which Cable Operator Provides Your Cable Telephony Service?
Table 8. How Long Have You Had Cable Telephony Service?
Table 9. How Much Do You Pay Each Month for Cable Telephony Service?
Table 10. How Many Cable Telephony Lines Do You Have in Your Home?
Table 11. Is Your Cable Telephony Service a VoIP Service?
Table 12. How Many Times Has Your Cable Operator Made a Service Call to Fix/Repair Your Service?
Table 13. How Satisfied Are You With Your Cable Telephony Service?
Table 14. VoIP-Enabled Cable Telephony: North American Subscribers by Cable Operator
Table 15. US Cable Telephony Subscriber Households by Operator, March 2007
Table 16. Worldwide Cable Telephony Subscriber Forecast, 2005–2011 (Subscribers in Thousands)
Table 17. US Cable Telephony Subscriber Forecast, 2005–2011(Subscribers in Thousands) 47
Table 18. Worldwide VoIP Cable Telephony Subscribers, 2005–2011 (Subscribers in Thousands)
Table 19. US VoIP Cable Telephony Subscribers, 2005–2011 (Subscribers in Thousands)
Table 20. Worldwide Cable-based Voice-over-Broadband User Forecast, 2005–2011 (Users in Thousands)
Table 21. Worldwide Cable Telephony Installed Lines, 2005–2011 (Lines in Thousands)
Table 22. Cable Telephony Penetration of Cable TV Households, 2005–2011 (Worldwide Subscribers in Millions)
Table 23. Worldwide Cable Telephony Service Revenue Forecast, 2005–2011 (US$ in Millions)
Table 24. US Cable Telephony Service Revenue Forecast, 2005–2011 (US$ in Millions)
List of Figures
Figure 1. Worldwide Cable Telephony Subscriber Forecast, 2003–2011 (Subscribers in Millions)
Figure 2. The Circuit-Switched Network
Figure 3. The Switched IP Network
Figure 4. The VoIP-Enabled HFC Network
Figure 5. The PacketCable Network: Key Equipment
Figure 6. How Long Have You Had Cable Telephony Service?
Figure 7. How Many Times Has Your Cable Operator Made a Service Call to Fix/Repair Your Service?
Figure 8. Would You Recommend Cable Telephony Service to a Friend?
Figure 9. Cable/Cellular Joint Venture Services: Mobilizing the Triple Play
Figure 10. Worldwide Cable Telephony Service Revenues, 2003–2011 (US$ in Millions)
- Bright House Networks
- Charter Communications
- Cox Communications
- Insight Communications
- Time Warner Cable
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