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Telecom Global Market Briefing 2016

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Telecom Global   Market Briefing 2016 Released By The Business Research Company.

http://www.thebusinessresearchcompany.com/our-research/information-technology/telecom-global-market-briefing-outlook-2016/

Telecom Global Market Briefing provides strategists, marketers and senior management with the critical information they need to assess the global Telecom.

The total value of the telecom industry globally in 2015 was $XX billion. Related to a world population of more than XX billion in 2015 this equates to about $XX per person globally. Given that World Domestic Product was approximately $XX trillion in 2015, the market makes up about XX %of the global economy.


The market segments in the telecom sector as of 2015 were wired telecommunication Carriers, wireless Telecommunication carriers and communications equipment.

Internet TV is Gaining Traction-Internet TV is gaining acceptance and being preferred by customers in the developed markets. The traditional pay-TV industry has been facing severe competition from online video streaming service providers. The low-cost video streaming service providers are threatening the pay-TV business model and forcing traditional pay-TV service providers to offer internet TV services to their subscribers. For example, DISH Network Corp. has launched the internet TV service Sling TV along with their pay-TV services.

Focus On Wireless and Mobile Technologies-The impact of digitization is driving the use of wireless technologies and equipment. Rising data traffic, growth in public WiFi and emerging 4G and 5G technologies are stimulating the growth of wireless equipment in developed and emerging countries. Also, many companies are shifting from traditional communications systems such as fixed line technologies to more advanced wireless and mobile technologies. For instance, according to a report by National Center for Health Statistics, 41% of the American households were wireless only by the end of 2013, thereby...

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