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Saudi Arabia: Operators Will Focus on Mobile Network Enhancements and Enterprises to Drive Growth

Summary The telecommunications market in Saudi Arabia generated US$18.8bn in service revenue in 2016, an increase over 2015. Mobile data will emerge as the largest revenue-contributing segment by 2020. Over the next five years, operators can benefit from the opportunities existing in offering enterprise services, VoIP and mobile data. Operators are investing in LTE, LTE-A and fiber to enable additional revenue streams including IoT, cloud services and M2M services. Key Findings - The overall telecom services revenue in Saudi Arabia grew over 2015-2016 and is expected to reach US$18.8bn...

Telecom Industry Business Outlook and Procurement Report May-October 2016

Summary Amid growing pricing pressure, cost containment, and rising competition within the telecom industry, companies are planning to increase their focus on business expansion in existing market, new product development, and improving operational efficiency. Mergers and acquisitions are expected to increase within the telecom industry with emerging markets such as China, India, and Mexico offering prominent growth opportunities. Additionally, global telecom industry business executives from large companies expect a surge in capital expenditure on IT infrastructure develop...

Tunisia: 4G Services Launch and Increasing Fixed Broadband Penetration Will Drive Growth

Summary The telecommunications market in Tunisia is estimated to generate revenue of $1.4bn in 2016 and will grow at a CAGR of 2.1% over the 2015-2020 period, driven by the expansion of 4G by all operators as well as positive developments in the fixed broadband market. The mobile data segment will grow at a CAGR of 3.4% over the 2015-2020 period, whereas fixed Internet will register a CAGR of 6.9%. We expect mobile subscriptions in Tunisia to grow at a CAGR of 4.4% over 2015-2020, driven by new service portfolios, the introduction of 4G services in the country and the launc...

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

Summary 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 da...

Big data and analytics: Telco strategies, investments and use cases

Summary As the volume of data being created has grown exponentially in the past decade new technologies have emerged and been embraced by organizations in all industry sectors for a number of use cases. The amount of data being generated in the telecoms sector is colossal and there is a clear opportunity for communications service providers (CSPs) to analyze this data themselves and also, subject to legal and regulatory conductions, to sell it to other organizations. Telecoms operators are embracing big data analytics (BDA) with enthusiasm, but while many report that BDA is...

Canada: Investment in broadband infrastructure to present new revenue streams to the operators.

Summary The telecommunication market in Canada generated US$42.4bn (CAD54.2bn) in service revenue in 2015, and will continue to grow in single low digits through 2020. Mobile data will be the fastest growing segment. To offset the decline in traditional fixed and mobile voice and messaging services, operators are focusing on increasing broadband penetration and leveraging high speed broadband networks to offer value added services such as mobile apps, internet browsing and multi-media services, and offering TV and Internet bundles. Operators are investing in LTE, LTE-A and fiber to enab...
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