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FTTx Equipment Vendors and FTTx services and pricing are 2014 fiber to the x market research reports of 22 pages and 25 pages respectively. Available with MarketReportsOnline.com at http://www.marketreportsonline.com/354627.html and http://www.marketreportsonline.com/354628.html, these reports are published in July 2014 and May 2014.
The FTTx Equipment Vendors - Strategies, technologies, market share research report analyses the FTTx market from the equipment vendors' perspective. It reports on the different UFB technologies and the evolution of each of them. It analyses the access market by highlighting equipment vendor strategies worldwide. It looks at operators' market shares in the PON market (OLT and ONT). A series of interviews and meetings were conducted with various leaders in the FTTx access industry, such as Huawei, Alcatel-Lucent, ZTE, Fiber Home, Calix, Adtran and Dasan.
Slideshow contents include: FTTx technologies; The PON market in 213; Top 5 PON vendors in the PON market in 2013 and FTTH/B deployment prospects. Order a copy of this research at http://www.marketreportsonline.com/contacts/purchase.php?name=354627 .
The FTTx services and pricing market research report focuses on the services offered by telecom and cable operators via their FTTx infrastructures. It analyses the various speeds offered, the services included in the offering, pricing tiers and also highlights disparities between regions. 15 players offering ultra-fast broadband and representative of all the regions were used in this analysis. This Slideshow's contents cover:
1. Key findings
3. Different approaches depending on region
3.1. Higher speeds in Asia-Pacific, gradual upgrading in Europe
3.2. Bundles becoming increasingly widespread
3.3. Pricing differences remain between regions
4. The main differentiation criteria of FTTx offerings
4.1. Speed is still one of the key selling points for UFB players
4.2. Innovative services and bundles: complementary business strategies
4.3. Stable prices, but still large discrepancies between regions
Companies covered in FTTx services and pricing industry research report include Altibox, AT&T, BT, Claro (América Móvil), Comcast, Etisalat, HKBN, KT, NTT, Orange, Portugal Telecom, Telefónica, Verizon, Virgin Media (Liberty Global Group) and Vodafone. Order a copy of this research at http://www.marketreportsonline.com/contacts/purchase.php?name=354628 .
List of Tables provided in this Fiber to the x industry research report include:
Table 1: Range of UFB speeds, UFB architecture and level of segmentation, in April 2014
Table 2: Comparison of broadband/UFB offerings and differentiation between technologies, in April 2014
Table 3: Change in speeds offered, March-April 2014 / mid-2013
Table 4: Symmetric and/or guaranteed speeds, in April 2014
Table 5: Triple play contents, in April 2014
List of Figures covered in this FTTx market report cover:
Figure 1: Geographical variations in FTTx speeds offered
Figure 2: Geographical variations in FTTx bundles offered
Figure 3: Average monthly price for triple play via FTTx at 100 Mbps, in April 2014
Figure 4: Themed packages from BT, Verizon, AT&T and Comcast
Figure 5: Virgin Media: 7 questions to help users find the package best suited to their needs
Figure 6: Examples of bundle customisation tools
Figure 7: Operators' pricing strategy and speeds
Figure 8: Pricing strategy and size of TV offering
Other IT & Telecommunications market reports available with MarketReportsOnline.com include:
Cellular M2M Services in Africa and the Middle East: Market Sizing, Forecasts and Case Studies research report presents the different M2M market segments in the region and includes market sizing, forecasts, growth drivers and case studies. It analyzes the main developments and key trends in cellular M2M verticals, including the telematics/fleet management, utilities/smart city, consumer electronics, health, industrial, financial/retail and security sectors. This Insider also presents case studies of Vodacom in South Africa, M-KOPA Solar in Kenya, Etisalat in the UAE, Sequoia Technology in Mozambique and Turkcell in Turkey, examining how these different players approach the M2M opportunity. We conclude with recommendations. In Africa and the Middle East, M2M is growing fast and providing new revenue streams for operators. Growth is driven by a number of different factors, including the evolution of the technology, M2M's ability to address end-user pain points in specific markets, the state of regulations and business model innovations. This research expects cellular M2M SIMs to account for 3.2% of total mobile subscriptions in the AME region at year-end 2018, led by the utility segment with 45% of all M2M SIMs. The telematics/fleet management vertical will, however, generate the most mobile service revenue, rising at a CAGR of 13% from 2013 to 2018. As core telecom lines of business - voice, SMS - become commoditized, more and more AME operators, ranging from Vodacom to Turkcell, are investing in M2M. But each market is different: for example, while M2M in the UAE serves primarily the utilities/smart city vertical, South African M2M is focused on the automotive market. Read more at http://www.marketreportsonline.com/356227.html .
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