Wireless Technologies Impact on Fixed-Line Broadband Connections Discussed by States Parks Associates in Its Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
26 Sep 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Nowadays consumers are constantly connected, whether indoors or on the go. An increasing number of households with internet access via broadband use mobile and Wi-Fi networks for data needs both indoors and outside the house. With the increasing reliance upon wireless connections, a great many broadband providers are anxious about the influence that this trend is likely to have on their businesses in the short- and long-term time horizon.
Both fixed home broadband service and mobile data service have many points in their favour and answer various purposes and will not likely be each other's substitute but will work side-by-side in the best way.
Insightful market research report “Modern Broadband: Impact of Wireless on Fixed-line” drawn up by Parks Associates is devoted to limelighting the impact thee wireless technologies on fixed-line broadband connections. The study assesses the use of these two options, and discusses the pros and cons of each. It also includes a granular 5-year forecast for fixed-line home broadband connections worldwide.
The study sheds light on the last-mile wireless technologies and discusses the actual standing of the fixed broadband marketplace in the USA, with deep insights into the world market.
It gives an overview of mobile (cellular) data that connects directly to consumers’ mobile devices, as well as examines fixed wireless networks that connect to end-users’ home router, alongside discussing the impact of these access techniques to conventional fixed home broadband. Whilst mobile broadband is Internet access via manifold portable devices, the report offers a discussion of the usage of cellular data using mobile devices, comprising tablets and smart phones, from MNOs like AT&T or Verizon.
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