Hong Kong Telecom Universe Canvassed in New BuddeComm Report Published at MarketPublishers.com
13 Apr 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Hong Kong’s broadband market witnesses an increase in data downloads, with the average data downloaded per capita standing at close to 1.4GB monthly at the beginning of 2016. The region’s telecom market keeps on evolving in line with its status as one of the greatest economies worldwide. In early 2016, more than two thirds of fixed broadband connections were fibre-based, with the remaining part being a mix of digital subscriber line (DSL) and hybrid fiber coax (HFC). To date, Hong Kong’s average peak connection speed is the fastest globally, leaving behind South Korea, Japan and Singapore. Hong Kong has also been laying claim to a string of firsts in the global market, with its novel way of testing and carrying into practice the up-to-the-minute platforms and technologies.
The advantages of integrating technology into utilities is growing evident; smart grid projects and trials have demonstrated that consumers are inclined to modify the patterns of electricity consumption in answer to real-time feedback about usage. Along with this, the government has initiated the first measures toward the coordinated development of a smart city, releasing a smart city blueprint to supervise integration of technology into various aspects of daily life to enhance sustainability and liveability.
PCCW, China Mobile, Hutchison Telecom Hong Kong Holdings, China Mobile HK, HKT, Hong Kong Broadband Network, CITIC Telecom, Spotify, i-Cable, SmarTone, Vodafone, Soliton, Hutchison Global Communications and Viu are amid the dominant participants in the market space.
New cutting-edge report “Hong Kong - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Digital Media - Statistics and Analyses” developed by BuddeComm offers an in-depth analysis of Hong Kong’s telecom sector, covering the key aspects of the market. It casts light on the regulatory environment, featuring historical background, regulatory bodies, government policies, etc. It gives a detailed review on the 4 major fixed network operators. The study examines the telecom infrastructure; casts light on the broadband market reviewing developments, statistics, forecasts of fixed broadband subscribers, various fixed broadband services, etc. The report canvasses the digital media ecosystem; discusses the overall digital economy; and discusses the mobile communications universe including a granular market analysis, mobile statistics, regulatory issues, key mobile operators, mobile content and applications. Furthermore, extensive mobile subscribers and penetration forecasts are presented in the study.
Hong Kong - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Digital Media - Statistics and Analyses
Published: April, 2016
Price: US$ 895.00
More studies by the publisher can be found at BuddeComm page.