Dutch Telecom Market Analysed in New Cutting-edge BuddeComm Study Published at MarketPublishers.com21 Mar 2014 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The Dutch telecom market has one of the world’s progressive broadband sectors, with efficient cross-platform competition stimulated by manifold Fibre-to-the-Home (FttH) deployments helping the market to develop constantly. The mobile sector is also witnessing severe competition; in the ever-evolving national digital TV universe, the services of the leading cable companies are being complemented by KPN’s digital-terrestrial TV service Digitenne and IPTV service offerings.
The Netherlands boasts one of the highest rates of broadband penetration in the world due to efficient DSL and cable networks and a government-funded emphasis on ongoing roll-outs of fibre networks. Moving forward, in a very competitive environment, enhanced network capabilities and competitive service pricing are likely to be expected.
The Netherlands’ TV market capitalises on a well-developed cable network reaching practically all TV homes, in tandem with upgraded DSL providers’ networks offering competitive IPTV services to the majority of households. In late 2006, the country became a pioneer in moving to DTTV broadcasting. As per the country’s mobile market, a surge in subscriber numbers continues to be driven by the 3G and 4G networks with operators focusing on extending their LTE footprints nationwide.
New research study “Netherlands - Telecoms, IP Networks, Digital Media and Forecasts” created by BuddeComm provides a comprehensive analysis of key trends and developments in the Dutch telecommunications market.
The report provides a granular analysis of the major market aspects. It provides all-encompassing data on fixed network services, profiles the leading operators and reviews the main regulatory issues such as interconnection, local loop unbundling (LLU) , number portability (NP), carrier pre-selection (CPS), and the provisions for competitors’ access to fibre and cable infrastructure. Insights into the convergence of media along with the developments in cable, digital and interactive TV, and also VoIP, VoD and IPTV services are provided as well. The report offers unbiased statistical figures and deep analysis on the mobile voice and data marketplace, including an up-close discussion of the top-notch operators and regulations. The study concludes with a comprehensive range of forecasts, along with an objective assessment of emerging mobile data services like mobile TV, besides providing ARPU and 3G trends and analysis through to 2015.
Netherlands - Telecoms, IP Networks, Digital Media and Forecasts
Published: March, 2014
Price: US$ 895.00
More new studies by the publisher can be found at BuddeComm page.