2008 fixed broadband in South- East Asia: growth all round

Published: 2009-07-22

This article is based on InfoCom's fixed broadband monitoring service covering 33 countries worldwide. Fixed broadband connections refer to the following technologies: xDSL, cable modem and fibre optic, i.e. FTTx (fibre-to-the-home/FTTH, fibre-to-the-building/FTTB and fibre-to-the-curb/FTTC or else fibre-to-the-node/FTTN, including FTTC/FTTN + VDSL), and includes both residential and business broa...

Click to read complete overview

Continued growth in the top-10 fixed broadband countries in 2008

Published: 2009-07-08

This article is based on InfoCom's fixed broadband monitoring service covering 33 countries worldwide. It provides an overview of the top-10 countries among these 33 countries and compares the evolution of fixed broadband connections between 2007 and 2008.

Fixed broadband connections refer to the following technologies: xDSL, cable modem and fibre optic, i.e. FTTx (fibre-to-the-home/FTTH, fibre...

Click to read complete overview

Mobile TV: reception still not good enough

Published: 2009-07-06

This article looks at the countries with the largest subscribers as well as at a few failed services to identify the key factors for mobile TV adoption. If not using broadcast standards, it is possible to deliver mobile TV services through 3G via UMTS which is primarily offered by Western European mobile operators. However, there is a gradual shift towards broadcast standards in the region due to ...

Click to read complete overview

  • About Us

  • News Room

  • TS&T

  • Partner Events

  • Contact Us

  • Inquire Now

  • SEEQ SIGN IN