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Modern Broadband: Access and Value-added Services 3Q

  • ID: 2650747
  • Report
  • August 2013
  • Region: Global
  • 58 Pages
  • Parks Associates
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This report analyzes the key trends impacting the worldwide market for consumer broadband services, including adoption, provider activities, subscriber usage, regulatory issues, and industry technologies.

The report examines the value-added services that many broadband providers are adding to their service portfolio, including video, music, games, home automation, energy, videoconferencing, and health. It also includes global broadband subscriber forecasts by region through 2018.

While broadband is a key enabling technology for the growth of the connected home, new challenges are arising that will impact the future of these services,” said Brett Sappington, director, research, Parks Associates. “Broadband providers are in a race to provide high-speed services to customers in an effort to retain subscribers and capture additional market share.

Broadband traffic is skyrocketing, challenging operators to deliver adequate capacity for tomorrow’s user. At the same time, broadband providers are looking to a variety of new network-based services to deliver improved ARPU.
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The Bottom Line

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1.0 Report Summary
1.1 Purpose and Scope of Report
1.2 Data Sources

2.0 Broadband Overview

3.0 Trends in Modern Broadband
3.1 Overview
3.2 Increased Broadband Usage
3.3 Usage-Based Pricing Models
3.3.1 Canada
3.3.2 Belgium
3.3.3 Germany
3.3.4 India
3.3.5 Australia
3.3.6 United States
3.4 National Broadband Plans
3.4.1 Overview
3.4.2 United States
3.4.3 Canada
3.4.4 Australia
3.4.5 Western Europe
3.5 Growth in High-Speed Broadband
3.5.1 Overview
3.5.2 DOCSIS 3.0 and DOCSIS 3.1
3.5.3 Fiber Optics
3.5.4 Vectoring
3.6 Non-Wireline Broadband
3.6.1 Mobile Broadband
3.6.2 Satellite Broadband
3.6.3 Wi-Fi Networks

4.0 Value-added Services
4.1 Finding New Value
4.2 Smart Home Services (Security, Automation, and Energy Management)
4.3 Premium Technical Support
4.4 Video Games
4.5 Music
4.6 Digital Health

5.0 Global Broadband Forecast

6.0 Glossary

Index

List of Figures:

- Worldwide Broadband Households (End of 2013)
- Global Share of Broadband Homes by Region (End of 2013)
- YouTube Peak Time Broadband Traffic
- Canada Usage-Based Pricing Tiers by Provider
- MTNL Broadband Plans
- Reliance Communications Broadband Plans
- Airtel Broadband Plans
- Telstra Usage-Based Broadband Plans
- iinet Usage-Based Broadband Plans
- Broadband Canada Delivery
- Satellite Broadband Subscriptions
- Features of Home Security Services in U.S. Homes (with or without monitoring)
- Smart Home Service Offerings by Provider
- Interest in New Technical Support Services
- Technical Support Service Offerings by Provider
- Demand for Video Game Services from a Broadband Provider: Western Europe
- Video Game Offerings by Provider
- Demand for Digital Music Services from a Broadband Provider: Western Europe
- Music Service Offerings by Provider
- Appeal of Digital Health Services
- Health Service Offerings by Provider
- Broadband Services Forecast Methodology
- Forecast: Worldwide Broadband Households
- Forecast: U.S. Broadband Households
- Projected Global Share of Broadband Homes by Region
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