Global Telecoms Trends Discussed in New BuddeComm Report Recently Published at

06 Aug 2015 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – With mobile penetration continuing to vary from pole to pole, developing regions are expected to witness the fastest growth over the next 5 years. In Europe, approximately 80 percent of the population were unique mobile subscribers in late 2014. In the meantime, the figure did not exceed 40 percent in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Mobile broadband access has continued to grow over the recent years. The amount of mobile data downloaded is forecast to grow by 100 percent or more in the near term due to growing availability of mobile devices and an increase in connected devices

A number of important developments in the telecom space are set to take place in the years to come, such as smart homes development, developments in Iot and M2M infrastructure, and more.

However, commercial-scale 5G is unlikely to become widely available until early 2020.

Fixed broadband is expected to develop rapidly in 2016, while cloud computing is set to be virtually main-stream across developed markets for large caps.

New market research study “Global Telecoms Trends for 2016” prepared by BuddeComm offers a comprehensive discussion of the telecoms sector prospects for 2016. The report contains key global telecoms statistics. It covers latest trends in the sector and sheds light on key emerging trends. The study shares with a reader historical data on the marketplace and includes forecast figures.

Report Details:

Global Telecoms Trends for 2016 - Big Data, M2M, Sharing Economy, Wearables, 5G
Published: July, 2015
Pages: 117
Price: US$ 1,100.00

More new research reports can be found at BuddeComm page


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