Asia Fixed Broadband Market Performance Analysed by BuddeComm in Its Discounted Report Available at MarketPublishers.com29 May 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Broadband expansion was once a phenomenon limited to the developed countries, which, however, has been changing step by step. In those nations, there is currently an increase in access to broadband, both DSL and cable modem platforms have both turned out to be popular, with DSL establishing a definite advantage. In these latter days, there has been an emergence of FttX as an alternative platform to provide broadband services in the region. Furthermore, there has been increased activity in the broadband markets of such countries as Azerbaijan, Macau and Maldives.
China dominates the fixed broadband market with respect to both total subscribers and market penetration. The number of subscribers reached 213 million as of 2016 and market penetration stood at 53%. Although China has the highest number of world broadband connections, annual growth rates are decreasing as housing penetration reaches the point indicative of market maturity. Fixed broadband levels in the country will likely keep on rising more gradually in the offing.
South Korea comes the second with a penetration rate of fixed broadband subscriptions being 41% as of 2016. The shift toward faster speeds and becoming full-service providers is anticipated to boost further growth. FttX deployments have soared as operators endeavor to gain customers via bundled services like HD IPTV. Broadband subscription levels in South Korea are low at just under USD 30 per month for speeds surpassing 100Mb/s.
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