FARMINGTON, Conn., March 12, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The global mobile sector is being driven by a rapidly changing market led by consumer demand, handset saturation and the demand for faster-speed technologies. Competition in the industry is driving the market to a lower dollar value return on a user basis. This is being compensated by more data use on a variety of mobile devices and growth in the emerging machine-to-machine (M2M) market.
New market developments will eventually lead to a structural separation between the infrastructure and the services. Once operators start to think along these structurally separated business models, solutions to the mobile infrastructure crisis will become much easier to realize.
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"Global Mobile Communications - Statistics, Trends and Regional Insights", an annual report by Paul Budde Communications, offers a wealth of information on the global mobile sector and is a valuable resource of insights, examples, statistics and trends. The report includes key statistics such as global and regional subscriptions; mobile services revenue; ARPU; CAPEX and churn. It also includes a global overview of handset, smartphone and touchscreen tablet trends and statistics.
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In the U.S., despite the growth in data use, Americans still pay almost twice as much for mobile services than do customers in Europe and the Asia Pacific region. High cost is partly due to the lack of effective competition in many areas, with dominant players increasing charges regardless of the falling cost of delivering data. Sector revenue is continuing to migrate to data rather than voice, a trend which will escalate further in 2013 following the introduction of VoLTE services. Over the next five years data volume is expected to grow tenfold, particularly through customer use of rich media, video teleconferencing, mobile video, mobile computing, mobile business solutions and remote health monitoring. Given the paucity of spectrum available, operators will need to develop new business models on network architecture, including upgrades to fiber backhaul and an escalation in the number of microcells.
"USA - Telecoms, IP Networks, Digital Media and Forecasts" is an annual publication that provides a comprehensive overview of the trends and developments in the telecommunications and digital media markets in one of the world's largest markets. The report includes the regulator's market data updates, telcos' financial and operating data to the end of 2012, and market developments to early 2013.
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For almost a decade now, growth in Asia's fixed voice market has generally been 'flattening out' and in some countries the number of subscribers has gone into serious decline. Activity in the fixed voice market has simply been overwhelmed and overshadowed by the frenzied activity in the energetic and expanding mobile market. This declining trend is now clearly evident in the overall statistics for the regional market. By 2012 the total number of fixed services in Asia had dropped to an estimated 510 million, down from 566 million in 2007. Whilst many markets remain stable and some are even continuing to grow, the single biggest factor in the region's overall status is the performance of China where some 95 million fixed services have disappeared from the national subscriber base since 2006; at the time, there were 370 million fixed-line subscribers in the country. Most significantly, there are no indications of this market recovering in the short to medium term.
The market report "Asia - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband Forecasts" provides a series of forecasts for subscriber growth in selected markets in Asia. The report essentially covers the fixed line, internet and mobile subscriber market segments in 24 countries across Asia; some additional market segments are covered for some countries. It is noted that despite the presence of a number of sophisticated markets, Asia is in the main a developing region.
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