Global Telecom Market Status and Forecast, 2010-2015

  • ID: 1847354
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 83 Pages
  • Hot Telecom
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This 83-page report will give telecom managers around the world the information they need to develop winning and informed strategies to compete and survive in the increasingly challenging and complex telecom environment.

The report reviews the world telecom market and its trends, and includes brand new analysis and 5-year projections of revenues, number of subscribers, penetration and growth, region-by-region for the fixed, mobile, Internet and broadband sectors.

This report also gives you an insight on the world's top 20 operators, top 10 equipment vendors, as well as the top 20 countries in the fixed, mobile, Internet and broadband markets.
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Telecom Market Overview

Revenue and subscriber growth
Impact of the Over-The-Top players
Mergers and Acquisitions
Top 20 telecom operators
Global Operators
Top 10 equipment vendors
Competitive trends
Worldwide Telecom Industry trends - General
Worldwide Telecom Industry trends - Fixed segment
Worldwide Telecom Industry trends - Mobile segment

Market Overview by sector

Fixed lines market
Mobile market
Internet market

Market Overview by region

Asia
Eastern Europe
Latin America
Middle East and Africa (MEA)
North America
Western Europe
Industry Trends by Regions

LIST OF TABLES

Worldwide telecom service revenue forecast by sector (US$ billion)
Worldwide telecom revenue forecast by region (US$ billion)
Worldwide telecom subscribers forecast by sector (million)
Global telecom operators' regional presence
Worldwide top 20 telecom carriers by revenue (US$ million)
Worldwide top 15 telecom equipment vendors by US$ revenue
Worldwide top 20 countries by number of fixed subscribers (million)
Worldwide mobile subscribers by technology, 2008-2010
Worldwide top 20 countries by number of mobile subscribers (million)
Countries with commercially developed 3G networks, 2010
Worldwide top 20 countries by number of Internet subscribers (million)
Worldwide top 20 countries by number of broadband subscribers (million)
Asia telecom subscribers forecast
Eastern Europe telecom subscribers forecast
Latin America telecom subscribers forecast
Middle East and Africa telecom subscribers forecast
North America telecom subscribers forecast
Western Europe telecom subscribers forecast
Asia telecom service revenue forecast
Eastern Europe telecom service revenue forecast
Latin America telecom service revenue forecast
Middle East and Africa telecom service revenue forecast
North America telecom service revenue forecast
Western Europe telecom service revenue forecast

LIST OF FIGURES

World telecom revenue CAGR forecast by market and region, 2011-2015F
World subscriber CAGR forecast by region and market 2011-2015F
World subscribers by region and market (million) 2010
World telecom revenue by region and market (US$ billion), 2010
World telecom service revenue market share by region, 2010
World telecom service revenue market share by region, 2015F
World telecom revenue forecast by sector, 2010-2015F
World telecom revenue forecast by region, 2010-2015F
World telecom subscribers trend by sector, 2010-2015F
Worldwide top 20 telecom carriers' revenue, 2008-2010
Worldwide top 20 telecom carriers' US$ revenue growth, 2008-2010
Worldwide top 10 telecom vendors' revenue, 2007-2010
Worldwide top 10 telecom vendor's US$ revenue growth, 2008-2010
World fixed subscribers market share by region, 2010
World fixed subscribers market share by region, 2015F
World fixed telecom service revenue market share by region, 2010
World fixed telecom service revenue market share by region, 2015F
Fixed subscribers for top 20 countries, 2008-2010
Fixed subscriber growth and penetration for top 20 countries, 2010
World mobile subscribers by technology, 2008-2010
World mobile subscribers market share by region, 2010
World mobile subscribers market share by region, 2015F
World mobile service revenue market share by region, 2010
World mobile service revenue market share by region, 2015F
Mobile subscribers for top 20 countries, 2008-2010
Mobile subscriber growth and penetration for top 20 countries, 2010
World Internet subscribers market share by region, 2010
World Internet subscribers market share by region, 2015F
World Internet service revenue market share by region, 2010
World Internet service revenue market share by region, 2015F
World broadband subscribers market share by region, 2010
World broadband subscribers market share by region, 2015F
Internet subscribers for top 20 countries, 2008-2010
Internet subscriber growth and penetration for top 20 countries, 2010
Broadband subscribers for top 20 countries, 2008-2010
Broadband subscriber growth and penetration for top 20 countries, 2010
Asia subscriber growth forecast, 2010-2015F
Eastern Europe subscriber growth forecast, 2010-2015F
Latin America subscriber growth forecast, 2010-2015F
MEA subscriber growth forecast, 2010-2015F
North America subscriber growth forecast, 2010-2015F
Western Europe subscriber growth forecast, 2010-2015F
Asia telecom service revenue growth forecast, 2010-2015F
Eastern Europe telecom service revenue growth forecast, 2010-2015F
Latin America telecom service revenue growth forecast, 2010-2015F
MEA telecom service revenue growth forecast, 2010-2015F
North America telecom service revenue growth forecast, 2010-2015F
Western Europe telecom service revenue growth, 2010-2015F
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Global Telecom Revenue expected to reach US$1.2 trillion by 2016

According to the information in the latest report “Global Telecom Market Status and Forecast”, the global telecom services revenue reached US$1.9 trillion in 2010, representing a 4.5% increase, an improvement compared with 2009, when revenue growth had declined to 3.8%.

Growth is expected to decline again starting in 2011 up to 2016 and telecom service revenue growth is therefore projected to slow to a five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 2.5% and revenue is expected to reach US$2.1 trillion in 2015, having surpassed the US$2.0 trillion mark in 2013.

Trends impacting the current market evolution include mobile growth reaching maturity in most markets, fixed line decline accelerating and spreading to a growing number of countries and Internet and broadband growth slowing in many regions. “Continued pressure on price, may it be in the fixed or mobile segments, the decline of mobile termination rates and roaming rates and the increased presence of Over-The-Top (OTT) players in the voice market will also contribute to the slowing of telecom service revenue growth over the next 5 years” HOT TELECOM’s president Isabelle Paradis said.

By year-end 2010, the global aggregate number of fixed, mobile and Internet subscribers grew by 10.8% to over 7.2 billion. Nevertheless, for the first time in 2011, the growth in total telecom subscribers should drop into the single digits to 7.7%. This is mainly due to the fact that many regions are nearing saturation in each of these sectors. The growth in the number of total telecom subscribers should continue to slow over the forecasted period with a forecasted CAGR of 5.1% over the next 5 years to nearly 9.2 billion at the end of 2015. The growth in number of subscribers will continue to mainly be driven by new broadband and mobile connections.

This 83-page report, which includes 48 detailed exhibits on the global market, confirms fixed broadband will continue to be the fastest growing telecom sector, after mobile broadband, with a forecasted global CAGR of 6.7% over the next 5 years. The bulk of the broadband percentage growth will continue to come from low broadband penetration regions such as MEA, Latin America, Asia and Eastern Europe. With the proliferation of 3G phones, WiMax and LTE in the coming years, broadband mobile is expected to be the fastest growing segment over the next 5 years.

When analysing the global telecom market on a regional basis, Asia is the largest region by far and now represents 47.4%, 49.0%, 37.3% and 37.5% of the world’s fixed, mobile, Internet and broadband subscribers respectively. MEA will continue to suffer from the lowest penetration rate in all segments, with penetration rates as low as 7.5%, 61.5%, 3.3% and 1.4% in the fixed, mobile, Internet and broadband sectors respectively in 2010.
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