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  1. Japan: Operators Focus on Core Service Convergence; Diversify Revenue Through New Business Lines

    By: Pyramid Research
    , Published: May-2016
    , Product code: TC0436MR
    The telecommunications market in Japan generated $118.8bn (JPY 14,383.2bn) in service revenue in 2015. Telecom services revenue is expected to grow at a CAGR of 1.7% during 2015-2020, primarily driven by the growth in mobile data revenue. Mobile data will be the fastest-growing segment, registering a CAGR of 7.2% over 2015-2020, followed by pay-TV (2.2%). To offset the decline in traditional fixed and mobile voice and messaging revenue, operators are focusing on boosting the fixed broadband uptake through bundled offerings and mobile data via mobile broadband and data intensive mobile value-added services. In addition, the ongoing investment in network enhancements and advanced 5G technology will enable operators to support bandwidth intensive value-added services, such as mobile money, multimedia browsing, OTT, mobile TV and e-commerce apps, etc. Operators are focusing on diversifying their revenue streams via expanding their offerings in IoT/M2M and enterprise markets.
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  2. Puerto Rico: Amid Challenging Economic Conditions, M&A Activity Increases and Competition Intensifies

    By: Pyramid Research
    , Published: May-2016
    , Product code: TC0404MR
    Puerto Rico is one of the most developed telecom markets in Latin America, with service penetration rates above the regional average and technology adoption trends highly influenced by the mainland US market. With a challenging economic context ahead, we expect the Puerto Rican telecom market will experience very moderate growth throughout the forecast period, mainly driven by the mobile and fixed data segments. We project that from 2015 to 2020, telecom and pay-TV service revenue will increase at a 1.7% CAGR, from $2.3bn in 2015 to $2.5bn in 2020.
    $995.00

  3. Jordan: 4G Services Rollout and Expansion of Fiber Infrastructure Will Support Revenue Growth Through 2020

    By: Pyramid Research
    , Published: May-2016
    , Product code: TC0454MR
    The telecommunications market in Jordan generated service revenue of $1.1bn in 2015. Pyramid Research expects Jordan’s telecom services to grow at a CAGR of 1.3% over the 2015-2020 period to reach $1.2bn in 2020. The growth will be driven by the increasing consumption of mobile data, largely supported by expansion of 4G rollouts and investments in fiber infrastructure. Additionally, operators will concentrate on seizing opportunities in providing bundled packs with smartphone offerings along with developing innovative products/services such as m-banking, M2M and cloud-based services, among others.
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  4. Slovakia: LTE Service Take-Up, Broadband Rollout and Multiplay Services Will Support Revenue Growth

    By: Pyramid Research
    , Published: Apr-2016
    , Product code: TC0424MR
    In 2016, telecom service revenue in Slovakia will slightly decline compared with 2015, to $1.5bn (€1.4bn), equivalent to 1.8% of the country’s nominal GDP. After several years of revenue pressure, Pyramid Research expects revenue to return to growth from 2017 onward and to reach $1.8bn (€1.5bn) at the end of 2020. This result is consistent with a broader trend and outlook across Europe as regulatory pressure diminishes and operators start to monetize their next-generation network investments in a healthier price-competitive environment.
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  5. Argentina: New Regulatory Framework and Recent M&A Activity Will Boost Competition in Telecom and Media Markets

    By: Pyramid Research
    , Published: Apr-2016
    , Product code: TC0406MR
    The arrival of Mauricio Macri in November 2014 to the Argentinean presidency brings a more optimistic investment environment for the country in general and the telecom sector in particular. The introduction of a series of regulatory changes aimed at improving and modernizing the telecom sector will help to boost competition and growth in the market. We project that from 2015 to 2020, telecom and pay-TV services revenue will decline at a -5.1% CAGR in US dollar terms as a result of the progressive depreciation of the Argentinean peso over the forecast period. However, in local currency terms, double-digit inflation will push nominal revenue to expand at a CAGR of 12.1% annually, mainly supported by rising demand for fixed and mobile data services.
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  6. Taiwan: Declining Revenues Spur Operators Toward Converged Fixed-Mobile and Media Platforms

    By: Pyramid Research
    , Published: Apr-2016
    , Product code: TC0437MR
    ‘Taiwan: Declining Revenues Spur Operators Toward Converged Fixed-Mobile and Media Platforms,’ a new Country Intelligence Report by Pyramid Research, offers a precise, incisive profile of Taiwan’s mobile and fixed telecommunications and mobile markets based on comprehensive proprietary data and insights from our research in the Taiwan market. Published annually, this presentation-quality, executive-level report provides detailed analysis of the near-term opportunities, competitive dynamics and evolution of demand by service type and technology/platform across the fixed telephony, broadband and mobile sectors, as well as a review of key regulatory trends.
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  7. Ghana: Growth in Overall Revenue Expected Despite the High Concentration of Players in the Market

    By: Pyramid Research
    , Published: Apr-2016
    , Product code: TC0448MR
    The telecommunications market in Ghana generated revenue of $1.1bn in 2015. Overall services revenue will grow at a CAGR of 1.0% over the 2015-2020 period, mainly aided by the growth in the mobile data segment, which is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 14.7% over the forecast period. We expect mobile subscriptions in Ghana to grow at a CAGR of 7.0%, over 2015-2020. Going forward, operators should leverage opportunities existing in mobile broadband services, while vendors should position themselves to support operators’ 3G and 4G network expansion plans to cater to the rising data demands by end users.
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  8. Mexico: AT&T and Televisa Emerge as Viable Challengers to Telmex’s Leadership in the Telecom Services Market

    By: Pyramid Research
    , Published: Apr-2016
    , Product code: TC0303MR
    With revenue of US$21.5bn, or 1.9% of GDP, the telecom services market in Mexico was second only to Brazil in Latin America in 2015. Over the next five years, Pyramid Research expects Mexico’s total market revenue to grow at a CAGR of 4.3% to reach $26.5bn in 2020, making it the fastest-growing market among Latin America’s largest markets. Growth will be underpinned by the entry of new players and consolidation among existing operators, which will contribute to lower prices and enhanced geographic coverage, helping to increase Mexico’s currently low penetration levels. We expect mobile data, fixed broadband Internet and pay-TV to be the main drivers of top line revenue growth over the 2016-2020 period.
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  9. Over-the-top communications services: Emerging monetization paths

    By: Pyramid Research
    , Published: Apr-2016
    , Product code: TC0057IR
    Over the top (OTT) messaging leaders are rapidly evolving their key mobile messaging application interfaces to new voice and video communications, with revenue dilution implications for carriers worldwide. The progress made in mobile IP voice and video in the past year alone from key OTT players such as Facebook and Google is a clear indication of heightened mobile communications competitive pressure from these new players in 2016 and beyond. OTT players are transforming their communications apps into rich media platforms that serve as social networking hubs, offering a number of media services. Apps built on top of messaging enable users to solve broad problems. Messaging becomes a hub for consuming content and making transactions. Still, we argue that OTT communications providers need partnerships with carriers, to garner scale and differentiation.
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  10. SDN/NFV technologies: Innovative use cases and operator strategies

    By: Pyramid Research
    , Published: Apr-2016
    , Product code: TC0054IR
    The hype cycle for software defined networking (SDN) and network function virtualization (NFV) has been long and steady. SDN separates control plane (network management) from data plane (traffic handling), allowing dynamic bandwidth, provisioned with quality of service levels. NFV replaces hardware with software apps able to operate in a compute environment, eliminating specialty WAN equipment and associated costs. The world’s major network providers are trialing these technologies heavily to understand their benefits, both for themselves and for their business customers. They also seek to understand how, if they are not first-in, competitors with disruptive business models might try to use these emerging technologies against them.
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