Telecommunications Press Releases

NonPublished.com Offers the Best Free Reverse Phone Lookup Services

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Mind Commerce Sees Public Safety LTE Market Growing to $19.5 Billion by 2020

LogoDriven by the growing demand for data intensive applications in Public Safety markets, the industry is set to grow at a CAGR of 30% from 2015 to 2020 representing over $19.5 Billion in revenue by 2020, up from $ 5.3 Billion in 2015.

"Netherlands Telecommunications Report Q1 2015" Is Now Available at Fast Market Research

LogoAlthough the Dutch market is very mature and past the saturation point in 2011, this market is surprisingly dynamic, with two new mobile operator s launching their services in H214/H115. The roll out of 4G LTE services provides some uplift to the mobile and broadband markets, but essentially operators are now cannibalising an existing audience. In this context, Tele2's delayed emergence as a converged services player lacks conviction. In the wireline sector, convergence has been a key theme over the last year.

New Market Research Report: United Kingdom Telecommunications Report Q1 2015

LogoAlthough the UK mobile market lags behind some of its regional peers in terms of mobile penetration, BMI does not believe there's much scope for further growth. The maturity the UK market has diminished opportunities for organic subscription growth, and operator strategies reflect this by increasingly focusing on value generation from high value postp aid subscriptions focussing on LTE, as well as VAS such as mobile advertising and payments. Meanwhile, in the fixed broadband sector, operators continue to target the converged services market through the provision of triple- and quad-play packages.

Just Published: "Iraq Telecommunications Report Q1 2015"

LogoIraq's telecoms market offers a mix of great opportunity and heavy risks. The country's large population and a penetration rate still below 100% underpin our generally positive growth outlook for the country's telecoms sector between 2014 and 2018. Moreover, a final agreement between operators and the government on 3G spectrum and subsequent launch of 3G services at the very end of 2014 creates massive opportunities in Iraq's wildly underserved data market. However the deteriorated security situation has begun to take its toll on the sector, with network outages resulting in sharp mobile subscriptions losses in Q314 and ARPUs continuing to fall. BMI's Country Risk team expects ISIS to remain a resilient fighting force over the coming years, which will weigh on private consumption levels in the country, and keep operating costs and the cost of reaching national 3G coverage high for operators.

New Zealand - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Forecasts - New Market Research Report

LogoUFB connecting over half a million homes while industry pushes for universal 1Gb/s service

Just Published: "Taiwan Telecommunications Report Q1 2015"

LogoAccelerating 4G take up reflects the high spending tech savvy population of Taiwan that makes it one of the most developed in the Asia Pacific region. The three leading operators have announced rapid take-up of their 4G services, driven by strong competition and high demand. With six operators hav ing obtained 4G licences and launching quickly, it is clear that operators have high expectations of the impact 4G will bring . However, operators face a short-term ARPU squeeze from the regulators, who have imposed compulsory cuts to mobile termination rates and requirements to provide free peering between 2013 and 2016. Operators will look to mobile payment, mobile commerce and cloud computing services as means of further boosting income with services to encourage loyalty over the long term .

Report Published: "Peru: Incumbent Mobile Operators Face Rising Competitive Pressure from New Entrants"

Logo'Peru: Incumbent Mobile Operators Face Rising Competitive Pressure from New Entrants,' a new Country Intelligence Report by Pyramid Research, offers a precise, incisive profile of Peru's mobile and fixed telecommunications and pay-TV markets based on comprehensive proprietary data and insights from our research in the Peruvian market. Published annually, this presentation-quality, executive-level report provides detailed analysis of the near-term opportunities, competitive dynamics and evolution of demand by service type and technology/platform across the fixed telephony and broadband, mobile and pay-TV sectors, in addition to a review of key regulatory trends.

Mobile Phones in Vietnam - New Market Report

LogoThe technological boom in Vietnam, with the rise of affordable 3G and free mobile text and call applications such as LINE and Viber, greatly contributed to the rising popularity of smartphones. Although feature phones are much cheaper in terms of unit price, consumers are increasingly willing to purchase smartphones, which are considered to offer greater convenience and functionality. With the abundance of free mobile applications, smartphone users can use their phones for a range of purposes such as playing games, reading the newspaper, listening to music, and navigation by GPS.

Caribbean Telecommunications Report Q1 2015 - New Market Study Published

Logo2015 seems poised to be a big year for the Caribbean, with a number of major developments that could transform the telecom industries in a number of markets. The CWC acquisition of Columbus International will have a far-reaching regional impact in the broadband internet and pay-TV markets, which remain underdeveloped and ripe for growth. New players are expected in the Bahamas and Trinidad & Tobago, and new regulators in Puerto Rico, Jamaica, Barbados and Haiti could lead to huge improvements in the business environment. Agreements between the US and Cuba have shocked the world. Cuba represents the most attractive market in the Caribbean in terms of total size and growth opportunities, however, we don't expect to see this play out. Nonetheless, there will be massive interest from lots of international players. We expect interest in the region really take off in 2015, with plenty of opportunities for interested players.

Chorus Communications Increasing Business Productivity This Winter with PBX Solutions

LogoAs the harsh winter weather hits the greater Philadelphia area, commutes take longer and business suffers. To allow the business to prosper no matter the weather conditions, Chorus Communications, a leading agency for all advanced telecom services in Philadelphia, is now providing Hosted PBX Solutions to increase productivity. Save money by avoiding the investment in telephone equipment, and utilize a VoIP system for all phone operations through a Hosted PBX.

Global M-Commerce Market to Grow at a CAGR of 32.23 Percent over the Period 2014-2019

LogoMobile commerce or m-commerce, as it is widely called, is the buying or selling of goods over a mobile-enabled platform. The West, in particular, has been very proactive in adopting this platform to improve commercial transactions. The high adoption of this platform has enabled various retail stores to go online, and adopt more effective marketing strategies. With the proliferation of technology and handheld devices, people are increasingly inclined to use cellphones to carry out their m-commerce activities.

Market Report, "Mobile Phones in Singapore", Published

LogoOverall, mobile phones are expected to grow by 6% in retail volume terms in 2014, mainly driven by positive demand for smartphones in Singapore. Singapore?s well-developed information technology (IT) infrastructure and government plans to supply and improve broadband connectivity nationwide continue to sustain the growth of and demand for smartphones. Initiatives such as Wireless@SG, launched in 2006, and 4G launched near the end of 2013, sought to meet the needs of growing smartphone users and demand for broadband services. In addition, the affordability of telecommunications equipment in Singapore also encourages both new and existing consumers to purchase mobile phones.

Mobile Phones in the Philippines: New Research Report Available at Fast Market Research

LogoMobile phones remain an essential part of Filipinos? daily life due to the multiple functions that these devices offer to users. After reporting volume growth of 9% in 2013, the market for mobile phones is set to rise by 12% in 2014. As with 2013, Filipinos continue to shift from feature phones to smartphones as prices of the latter drop, making it affordable to all income levels. Both foreign and home-grown brands remain aggressive in offering entry-level products in order to appeal to middle-income buyers whilst fortifying their high-end brands with better specifications to differentiate themselves from competition.

Market Report, "Mobile Phones in Saudi Arabia", Published

LogoThe growing availability of smartphones at a wider range of price points in Saudi Arabia, as well as the progressive reduction in the overall unit prices of these phones, fuelled demand for these phones from a wider section of the consumer base in the country, thus supporting the strong growth rate recorded by smartphones in 2014. Furthermore, internet surfing and social media are quickly becoming favoured pastimes amongst Saudis, with the contagion effect causing more and more people to take up these pastimes, and thus invest in a smartphone as a means of gaining access. Accordingly, smartphones increased by 24% in retail volume terms in 2014.

South Korea Telecommunications Report Q1 2015: New Research Report Available at Fast Market Research

LogoAlthough the regulator has objected to handset subsidies, and fined operators for offering them, the access to new handsets has been driving the fast upgrade from 3G services to 4G. South Korea is one of Asia's outperformers, with consumers happy to spend on mobile services and often keen to upgrade to the latest services. This is also reflected in the wirelin e market where high-speed broadband continues to show good growth.

New Market Research Report: Finland Telecommunications Report Q1 2015

LogoAlthough Finland is a mature market with penetration rate around 181%, BMI believes that the growth has not yet reac hed its ceiling and the mobile market will expand until 2016. ARPU's, on the other hand will decline as the competition intensifies a trend which BMI believes will continue until the end of the forecast period. To keep a competitive edge, operators will have to focus on investing into high-bandwidth infrastructure such as fibre and LTE, but this is a capital-intensive undertaking despite the improved margins LTE at 800MHz would provide. Newcomer Ukko Mobile sees an opportunity in the LTE 450MHz market, but it will need to rely on innovative service bouquets if it is to stan d out from the crowd. Regulator s ' proposals to cut fixed line leasing costs, are likely to bode well for fixed-line operator revenues.

New Report Available: Venezuela - Telecoms, IP Networks, Digital Media and Forecasts

LogoRegulator raises Bs.F.4.6 billion in multi-spectrum auction: mobile broadband expansion anticipated in 2015

Tinout Technology Announces Availability of Compatible, Reliable & Scalable Optical Ethernet Components & Transceivers for Telecom Operators

Tinout Technology Limited, the specialist supplier of fiber network components, announced that they have a ready stock of highly scalable and reliable Optical Ethernet components and transceivers for the worldwide delivery. According to the spokesperson, the products are in a high demand among the telecom operators from all across the world, and now they can procure the fiber optics network content in the desired quantity and with custom specifications. With an improved production capacity and a team of capable engineers, the company endeavors to meet the demands of the global telecom operators of the modern times.

West & Central Africa Telecommunications Report Q1 2015 - New Study Released

LogoOur Q115 West and Central Africa report analyses latest industry, regulatory and macroeconomic developments in the telecoms markets of seven countries: Cameroon, Cote d'Ivoire, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Gabon, Mali, Mauritania and Senegal. As mobile subscriptions growth slows down in these markets, operators will increasingly shift their resources towards advanced data services to sustain revenue growth. Their efforts will be complemented by the proliferation of low-cost smartphones and tablets as well as cheaper and more reliable access to international bandwidth connectivity via submarine cables.

Recent Study: Saudi Arabia Telecommunications Report Q1 2015

LogoThe biggest growth area in Saudi Arabia's telecoms market is high-value services for corporate and individual customers. This view is supported by operators' fi nancial and operational results which show a strong uptake of next generation mobile and wireline data services as well as convergence services. Mobile revenues, meanwhile, are likely to come under further pressure following the entry of the first mobile virtual network operator ( MVNO ) to the country. This is likely to erode ARPU's of the established operators further.

New Market Research Report: Philippines Telecommunications Report Q1 2015

LogoThe Philippines telecoms market is largely a two-horse race dominated by incumbent Philippine Long Distance Telephone (PLDT) - which owns 63.4% subscription share - and Globe Telecom - with 36.6% share of the mobile market in Q114. A new entrant - media conglomerate ABS-CBN Corporation -launched its MVNO service under the ABS-CBNmobile brand in December 2013 using the network infrastructure of Globe Telecom. Despite the new competition, BMI believes market dynamics is likely to remain in favour of PLDT and Globe Telecom given their strong brand and unassailable scale, which make it hard for new entrants to compete effectively.

New Report Available: New Zealand: Fiber-Optic Broadband Initiatives and LTE Expansion to Accelerate Data Services Growth

Logo'New Zealand: Fiber-Optic Broadband Initiatives and LTE Expansion to Accelerate Data Services Growth,' a new Country Intelligence Report by Pyramid Research, offers a precise, incisive profile of New Zealand's mobile and fixed telecommunications and mobile markets based on comprehensive proprietary data and insights from our research in the New Zealand market. Published annually, this presentation-quality, executive-level report provides detailed analysis of the near-term opportunities, competitive dynamics and evolution of demand by service type and technology/platform across the fixed telephony, broadband and mobile sectors, as well as a review of key regulatory trends.

ProCom Starting New Year with Installation of Prodigi Triple Play Communication Packages

LogoThe beginning of the year is a time where businesses and homeowners restructure their budgets. As the price of communication services and the amount of media consumption continues to increase, business owners and individuals are looking to save the most on their entertainment and communication. Allowing their clients to save on cable, phone, and business internet service in West Virginia, ProCom is announcing they are installing their Prodigi Triple Play packages this winter.

myNEXUS Publishes Case Study Detailing One Subject's Results with Telehealth System

myNEXUS, Inc., the creators of the innovative myNEXUS telemonitoring health care management system, announced the publication of the company's first free white paper. The case study describes the impressive results one patient obtained through making use of the myNEXUS system, and it is available at no charge on the company's website. The myNEXUS telehealth technology connects disparate parts of the health care system in coordinated ways, helping to ensure that patients remain on track as they manage their chronic conditions.