Wednesday, 16 April 2014

Top Report-Transport And Logistics Services Market In 2011-2012 And Forecast To 2015-

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The survey is devoted to the analysis of the latest development trends and prospects for the Russian transport and logistics services market.The work provides a detailed review of the situation in the global and Russian logistics outsourcing markets, quotes the most important performance indicators of the sector in 2011-2012 and January-July 2013, as well as estimates for 2013, and contains a forecast for the development of major segments of the logistics market through 2015.

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The section "Global Transport and Logistics Market" contains an analysis of the situation in major segments of the global logistics market. The markets in EU countries are studied in more detail, giving a timeline of financial results reported by major 3PL providers in 2012.

The survey of the Russian transport and logistics services market is comprehensive in nature and contains a detailed analysis describing the development of freight transportation and forwarding, warehousing and management services. The review provides estimates for the logistics market size, including 2PL and 3PL segments, in volume and value terms.

The section International Freight market contains data on the dynamics and structure of foreign trade freight traffic in 2011-2012 and in January-June 2013. The changes that occurred in the Russian container transport market, including transshipment in ports and carriage by rail, are analyzed.

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The section devoted to the Russian warehousing services market analyzes supply and demand in the commercial warehousing property market in 2012, dynamics and structure of the storage and distribution services market, and trends in the development of the logistics market in metropolitan regions and other constituent entities of the Russian Federation in 2012.

A separate section includes an analysis of competitive environment, financial performance of Russian and foreign transport and logistics companies in 2011-2012, as well the market consolidation.

The section Growth Potential for the Russian Transport and Logistics Services Market in 2013-2015 contains a forecast for the development of Russian economy and foreign trade (RF MED, April 2013), and RBC.research estimates for physical and value indicators of logistics market segments up to 2015.


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TABLE OF CONTENTS

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 2
Figures 6
Tables 11

RESUME 14

GLOBAL TRANSPORT AND LOGISTICS MARKET 17
The world economy in 2012-2015 17
Dynamics of the main TLS market segments 19
The dynamics and structure of the global market of transport and logistics services 19
International consignments 21
Customs brokerage services 23
Contract logistics 24
Geographic structure of the world market of 3PL services 25
European market 26
The dynamics and structure 26
The biggest players 27
RUSSIAN MARKET OF TRANSPORT AND LOGISTICS SERVICES 30
Economy of the Russian Federation in 2011-2012 30
The scope and structure of the logistics outsourcing market 30
The market for transport services 36


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Popular Report-Australia - E-Health, E-Education, E-Government-Market Trends and Opportunties

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Digital productivity the next frontier in the economy
Smart Societies based on Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence (AI) developments are accelerating, and astonishing innovations will emerge during the next few years as more companies enter this sector and spend money on developing it. AI applications are already being used in healthcare and gaming, to name just two sectors adopting this cutting edge technology.

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These processes are already underway through global interconnection, facilitated by technologies such as the internet, broadband, smartphones and mobility. More importantly for these particular developments is data analytics through M2M (machine-to-machine), which allows for better management of the various aspects of our society. This will lead to interaction between these two developments – and even integration, merging humans and machines. Artificial intelligence has made this increasingly possible.

Some of the predictions and scenarios discussed might not be exactly right, as we are pushing the boundaries of our current level of knowledge. Some issues could attract strong responses from those with different views, and most likely some of the predictions will end up producing completely different outcomes. But what really matters is the discussion itself.


Sector and industry transformation
The digital economy began to take hold a decade or so ago, and some organisations were quick to react, while others were slow. The naysayers saw the impact of the internet on their business as a fad that would soon fade away; others, such as Google, Amazon, Facebook and Yahoo, saw it as the new business model.

A decade later it is clear who was right and who was wrong. The digital economy is here to stay and those who fail to participate will become the road-kill on this superhighway. One of the real threats to traditional business is that those who are embracing the digital economy have an opportunity to grow their business faster, and thus widen the gap between the winners and the losers.

The government sector is also at a crossroads here. Because of their large share in the economy and in national ICT spending governments can drive transformation and innovation in the national economy.  Furthermore, like the business market, governments have to face the reality of transformation. For example, the healthcare sector is rapidly approaching a fiscal cliff. Costs attached to healthcare have grown to a completely unsustainable level.

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Only through digital transformation can we afford to maintain our hard-earned lifestyle.

E-Health
Efficiency levels in the healthcare sector are among the lowest in the economy – estimated by IBM to be minus 40%. Through e-health $30 billion can be saved over a 10-year period. Healthcare is clearly becoming an area where key killer applications emerge –  applications that utilise truly high-speed broadband networks.

As the financing of the public health systems in Australia becomes increasingly costly an opportunity exists to lower costs through more effective use of web services for healthcare consumers. With widely available and cost-effective ICT developments in data analytics, M2M and high-speed broadband infrastructure, e-health is enabling customers to benefit from advances in medical technology and medical services.

The Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record (PCEHR) is a key enabler in that policy and a report on these developments is included.

While broader economic conditions in Australia remain subdued, spending on e-health solutions is likely to continue.

In the report we also list the key projects in Australia. We provide an overview of trials, both publicly- and privately-funded, and initiatives in e-health, with an overview of pilot programs as well.

E-Education
Education is seen as one of the main sectors that will benefit from developments in the digital economy, but so far the results of adaptation have been mixed. While new ICT gear has entered the classroom it is being used within the traditional classroom learning system. In order to fully utilise these new technologies a true sector transformation will need to occur.

Good examples can be seen in developing economies where there are little or no traditional systems in place. There, for example, children are using smartphone apps and the internet to bypass these traditional systems; they are basically using the new technology for self-education. Schools are then adapting to these new circumstances. Freely available educational material from many school and university websites around the world is assisting this development.

It is unlikely that the traditional education system will be able to cater for the massive requirements generated by the skills and knowledge acquisition associated with this new environment. Digital adaptation will be needed to break through the old structures.

Perhaps far more threatening are the many social and economic changes taking place in society.  Not only is the traditional education system ill-equipped for this transformational process; the costs involved in running such a system are simply no longer economically viable.

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E-Government
Governments are facing revenue and expenditure pressures that will only intensify in the coming decades as the Australian population ages. This is creating an urgent need to reduce costs, particularly in non-frontline areas such as administration. At the same time the public sector is at a crossroads – how services have been delivered in the past, and how they will be delivered in the future. It is also facing structural changes, such as an increasingly mobile workforce and more complex service delivery channels.

To deal with these cost pressures and impending structural changes governments will need to fundamentally change their policy-making and regulatory frameworks, as well as their approach to service delivery. Adopting digital technologies will be central to solving these problems, but it will also require comprehensive reforms to the public sector. But such reforms are not just about cutting costs. Improvements to public sector efficiencies and effectiveness, and reduced administration costs, can also flow on to a healthier national economy and enable improved services in areas such as health and education.

Many countries around the world are now well aware of the importance of e-government and many governments have shown leadership in developing online services. The benefits of e-government applications can include cutting costs and improving processes and information flow, but one of its primary aims is to improve customer service for citizens.

The government policy on the National Broadband Network has also sharpened its focus on the digital economy and the leadership role the government will have to adopt to kick-start developments in the area of e-government. This has resulted in the National Digital Economy Strategy – close to 100 different projects are now being developed under this policy.


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Latest Report-Asia - Fixed Telecommunications Infrastructure-Market Trends and Opportunities

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Asia’s booming mobile and broadband sectors are quietly underpinned by the region’s all-important fixed infrastructure

The changing nature of the telecom market has had a major impact on the approach to investment in infrastructure. With shifting revenue patterns across the market segments and falling ARPUs on many services, operators became considerably more selective about what they actually invest in. Telecom operators throughout Asia have been adjusting investment levels on the back of carefully considered investment strategies. This has seen companies shifting business focus, looking for new ways to add value to existing revenue streams; it has also seen a strong desire to leverage new value from infrastructure that is already in place. This has especially been the case with mobile network moving increasingly to support mobile broadband services and newer generations of mobile technologies.

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The governments of Asian nations have long recognised – some earlier than others – that there needed to be some encouragement of private sector investment to meet the demand for the all-important capital needed in the telecom sector. At the same time, it was also generally well recognised that this strategy could not rely on local investment alone, and would inevitably mean a substantial level of foreign investment. Of course, despite this recognition, there has inevitably been some resistance within some administrations to opening up the telecom sector to foreign investors and as a consequence the level of ‘encouragement’ across the region has been variable.

The initial round of substantial investment in telecom infrastructure in Asia was in fixed telephone networks. Over a number of decades the regional economies were progressively building their often quite substantial fixed-line national networks. These fixed networks were in time followed by the building of mobile networks. In many of the developing nations of the region, the building of fixed-line infrastructure was not far advanced before it was overwhelmed by the introduction of mobile infrastructure. This created the phenomenon of ‘substitution’ in many of the markets of Asia (where mobile services perform the function of the limited, or even non-existent, fixed telephone services.) Nevertheless, despite the unevenness in disposition, fixed infrastructure has been and continues to be an important component in the overall development of the region’s telecom sector. Coming into 2014 there were an estimated 500 million fixed-line subscribers in Asia; this was down from a peak of around 570 million in 2009; of course, fixed-line numbers are considerably less than the more than 3 billion mobile subscribers to be found in the region. Whilst the fixed line numbers have gone into an overall decline, in some markets the numbers have continued to increase. Overall, it is anticipated that the decline will continue for a few more years before the market ‘levels off.’

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As already suggested, the focus of infrastructure building has been shifting. There has been a major push to upgrade domestic telecoms networks to Next Generation Networks (NGNs). This process has seen large scale investment by Asia’s leading telecoms markets in new-generation IP-based telecommunications networks. At the same time there has been a major surge in infrastructure building as mostly developed economies roll out National Broadband Networks (NBNs). These networks come in various ‘shapes and sizes’ as governments work with operators to tackle the strategic challenge of delivering high speed to the nation. Not surprisingly the NBNs rely heavily upon fibre; in some cases it is Fibre to the Premises (FttP), while in others it might be Fibre to the Node (FttN). And the cost varies accordingly. Those countries that have government backing for NBN roll-out are generally the ones that have been setting the pace.

In addition to the national networks, international connectivity remains central to the overall effectiveness of the region’s telecommunications services. Submarine cable routes criss-cross the Asia Pacific area, providing both intra-regional and inter-regional networks. This sector of the market has been characterised by widely fluctuating supply and demand, which in turn has seen somewhat erratic investment strategies. Submarine projects are subject to this boom and bust market phenomena, with planned projects commonly being delayed or abandoned, consortia being reshaped, etc. In fact, over-supply of capacity has been common in the Asian market. More recently investments have been less speculative and more focused on predicted growth. In the meantime, new submarine cable projects continue being proposed and the cables installed throughout the region. As Asia’s broadband usage surged, a major effort went into managing the shortfall in capacity between Asia and the US. At the same time there has been a shift away from the heavy reliance on the US as a hub for data traffic and this has inevitably resulted in a further change in focus.

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As the demand for wholesale services continues to rise in Asia, still driven in the short term by voice, but rapidly being overtaken by data, there has been a boom in IP-based services, with the volume of international Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) traffic into and out of Asia having increased at a rapid rate at the expense of the traditional International Direct Dial (IDD) traffic.

Table of Contents

1. Statistical Overview

2. Afghanistan
2.1 Overview
2.1.1 Background
2.1.2 Post-2001
2.1.3 Fixed-line statistics
2.1.4 National network - background
2.1.5 Local Fixed Services Plan (LFSP)
2.1.6 Optical fibre backbone
2.1.7 Telecommunication Development Fund (TDF)
2.1.8 Satellite services
2.1.9 Satellite project
2.2 Infrastructure projects

3. Armenia
3.1 National
3.2 International



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Tuesday, 15 April 2014

Market Analysis-Brazil - Telecoms, IP Networks, Digital Media And Forecasts

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FIFA World Cup stimulates fibre network builds
With the 2014 FIFA World Cup and 2016 Olympic Games being held in Brazil, operators have been rushing to extend LTE and FttP networks. These undertakings are supported by legislation which offers tax breaks for investments in networks supporting fixed or mobile broadband, as well as by the General Competition Plan regulating wholesale services and infrastructure sharing. This will be good news for customers into 2016, since Brazil, though the largest broadband market in the region, has relatively penetration.

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International infrastructure is also developing well, with the construction of new submarine cables and a regional landline cable being built under the auspices of the Union of South American Nations. These will considerably increase international bandwidth in coming years.

The fixed-line sector is dominated by Telefónica, América Móvil, Oi (being merged with Portugal Telecom), and GVT (owned by Vivendi). Telefónica Brasil has integrated its fixed-line and mobile services under a single brand, while América Móvil has also merged its Net Serviços and Embratel divisions and has started to integrate its fixed and mobile services under the brand name Claro.

The pay TV market has seen sustained growth since 1996. The country has the largest pay TV subscriber base in Latin America, though pay TV penetration is lower than several other local markets. As a result, there is ample room for further growth, which has encouraged investors to gain a foothold in the market. A favourable pay TV law of 2011 removed restrictions on foreign investment and on telcos being able to provide pay TV services.

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Brazil is home to more than one third of all mobile users in Latin America and the Caribbean. Mobile penetration is upward of 132% and growing by about 7% annually. The four MNOs Vivo, Claro, TIM Brasil, and Oi are developing 4G services on their 2.5GHz concessions, encouraged by the government keen to see seamless connectivity during the FIFA World Cup. These networks will see far larger footprints and capabilities following the auction of spectrum in the 700MHz band in August 2014, though some spectrum will not be fully released by broadcasters until 2016. The volume of smartphones, in which Brazil has a large manufacturing base of its own, is expected to soar in coming years, supported by a large population, tax breaks on smartphone sales and the tumbling prices of devices. This will have important knock-on effects for the m-commerce sector.

Table of Contents

1. Key Statistics
1.1 Country overview
1.1.1 Economic background

2. Telecommunications Market
2.1 Overview of Brazil’s telecom market
2.2 Market analysis
2.3 Market outlook - short to long term

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3. Regulatory Environment
3.1 Regulatory developments
3.2 General Plan for Updating Telecom Regulations (PGR)
3.3 Regulatory authority
3.3.1 Anatel
3.4 Privatisation of Telebrás
3.5 Mirror companies
3.6 Telecom sector liberalisation in Brazil
3.7 General Competition Plan
3.8 Concessions and authorisations
3.9 Universal service goals
3.10 Government telecom funds (Fust, Fistel, and Funttel)
3.11 Foreign investment

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4. Fixed Network Operators
4.1 Overview of fixed network market
4.2 Oi (Telemar)
4.2.1 Shareholders
4.2.2 Acquisition of Brasil Telecom
4.2.3 Oi - outlook
4.2.4 Merger with Portugal Telecom

5. Telecommunications Infrastructure
5.1 National telecom network
5.1.1 Fixed-line statistics
5.1.2 Public payphones
5.2 International infrastructure
5.2.1 Submarine cable networks
5.2.2 Satellite networks


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The Evolution Of MVNO Business Models In Western Europe and Market Opportunities

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This report provides a review of key trends in the MVNO market in Western Europe, an outlook of opportunities for MVNOs for the next five year and an analysis of how the MVNO business model is evolving to remain competitive and in line with the changing profile of customer demand in the region.

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Key Findings

In 2013, MVNOs had 105m subscriptions, 18% of total mobile base, which is by far the largest MVNO market share in terms of subscriptions across all regions.
About 45% of the region's MVNO subscriptions came from Germany, where the MVNO market share is a whopping 40%. Besides Germany, the UK, Belgium and the Netherlands are the region's hotbeds for MVNO growth.
MVNOs of Western Europe are pursuing a multi-brand, multi-country strategy much like their MNO peers to scale their businesses, optimize costs and improve margins.  Sourcing wholesale access from multiple network operators and/or MVNAs has also proven effective in cost reduction.
MVNOs are positioning themselves for growth in the mobile data and M2M markets in Western Europe.  To encourage data uptake, many of the region's MVNOs including the no-frills, prepaid MVNOs, have rolled out flat-rate service packages including voice, data and messaging that are more attractively priced than classic rate plans.
Foray into the mobile data market has resulted in a more pronounced role in the mobile device value chain for some of the region's MVNOs, whereby they are offering handset subsidies, reverse subsidies and financing in exchange for service commitments.
Through 2018, we expect the MVNO market to grow faster than the overall mobile market, with many new MVNOs in the market.  Data services, flat-rate packages and the increasing role of MVNOs in handset distribution will lead to a significant increase in postpaid MVNO subscriptions.
We expect that opportunities are abound in the M2M/telematics markets for MVNOs in Western Europe, particularly those that can bring a deep understanding of the operations of specific verticals.  We expect an increased MVNO activity in this segment over the next five years.

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Synopsis

This report provides a review of key trends in the MVNO market in Western Europe, an outlook of opportunities for MVNOs for the next five year and an analysis of how the MVNO business model is evolving to remain competitive and in line with the changing profile of customer demand in the region.  Included are examples from many of the region's MVNOs, including Germany's freenet, Drillisch, Aldi Talk, Turkcell and Turk Telekom, Virgin Mobile UK, Lycamobile and Lebara. We examine how these MVNOs price and differentiate their services, and we conclude with some recommendations built around the best practices identified throughout the report.



Reasons to buy 

This report provides key inputs for the business strategy of market players including MVNOs, MNOs and vendors vis-a-vis  an assessment of key trends in the MVNO market, demand for mobile services, MVNO market share and breakdown of mobile service revenue by voice and data for the 2013 and 2018 period in Western Europe and key markets of growth.
The report analyzes the implications of a growing base of smartphone and mobile data users on the MVNO business model and the evolution of MVNO product and pricing strategies through detailed examples from the region, which should inform market players on optimal market positioning for MVNOs.

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 Table of Contents

1.Key trends in the MVNO market and business models in Western Europe

2.Mobile market outlook in Western Europe and opportunities for MVNOs

3.Evolution of Western European MVNO service and positioning strategies

4.Conclusions: Key findings and recommendations


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Monday, 14 April 2014

Popular Report-Personal Cloud: A Strategic Imperative For Operators - Competitive Market Trends, Forecasts And Operator Business Models

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The 'Personal Cloud: A Strategic Imperative for Operators' report by Pyramid Research provides an overview of operators and cloud computing, an analysis of the personal cloud market, the results of an operator online survey about their views on personal cloud and a detailed assessment of how operators are positioning their personal cloud services.

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Key Findings

The number of global personal cloud accounts has increased 60% over the past two years, and Pyramid Research expects it to grow a CAGR of 25% from 2013 to 2018.
Apple, Dropbox, Google and Microsoft dominate the market, together having over 85% of personal cloud accounts.
By the end of 2014, over half of all operators around the world will have launched a personal cloud service.
Personal cloud services offer many benefits and opportunities for operators that are well positioned to differentiate their services.

Synopsis

This report offers detailed analysis of the global personal cloud market, with market size forecasts covering the next five years. The report also provides an overview of the current status of the personal cloud market and how operators are positioning themselves within it.

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In particular, it provides: 

An overview of cloud computing with respect to network operators and the different ways in which they can benefit from it
Market size, growth and market shares by number of accounts, as well as a revenue forecast.
An analysis of the positioning of the major players, of the various business models and of conversion rates.
An analysis of why we believe the personal cloud opportunity is strategically important for network operators.
An analysis of the evolution and development of personal cloud services.
An analysis of the different business models available to operators including churn reduction, premium services, advertising and content distribution.
An in-depth case study of KDDI.
An analysis of the different ways in which operators can differentiate their personal cloud services, in particular integrating with other services and growth opportunities.
The results of an online survey of network operators about their views on personal cloud.


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Reasons To Buy

This report will highlight to the reader the importance of the personal cloud market, and why we believe operators need to look at the opportunity as a strategic imperative.
This report provides the reader with an understanding of how cloud computing impacts operators after which it provides a deep understanding of the personal cloud market.
The reader will gain an understanding of the competitive landscape, how the major players position themselves compared to the operators.
The analysts have placed a significant emphasis on the business models available to operators, providing examples from around the world which demonstrate different approaches and ways to position these services.
The analysts have furthermore placed a lot of emphasis on showing how operators can differentiate their services and why they are uniquely positioned to make the most of this opportunity. This includes looking at three related services which can be integrated with personal clouds which further highlight their strategic importance and the potential for increasing loyalty in high value segments.
Section 4 provides the results of an online survey of network operators' views and expectations of personal cloud services from around the world.


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Popular Report-Tanzania: Immense Growth Potential Behind Hurdles Of Taxation-Market Trends and Opportunities

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A new Country Intelligence Report by Pyramid Research, 'Tanzania: Immense Growth Potential beyond Taxation Hurdles,' examines the mobile and fixed telecommunications sectors in the East African country, both in terms of revenue and technology. It analyzes industry trends based on extensive historical data and Forecasts to 2018. The report also takes into account the effects of regulatory changes and highlights long-term growth opportunities.

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Key Findings

In 2013, Tanzania was one of the more developed telecom markets in East Africa, with an estimated revenue of US$1.3bn or 4.0% of its GDP, a 14.3% increase on the previous year.
Value-added services, such as mobile money, will become increasingly more important for revenue generation in the Tanzanian market, as Pyramid Research expects revenue from voice services to grow at a modest CAGR of 0.5% through 2018.
Broadband lines continue to proliferate in Tanzania. In 2013, about 1,650 lines were added, with the total reaching 6,050, for a population penetration of 0.01%. At the same time, the number of narrowband lines in Tanzania has been declining: Net disconnections totalled about 5,150 in 2013.
Taxation in the market remains a major constraint to long-term industry growth.

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Synopsis

This report offers an analysis of the Tanzanian telecommunications market. It outlines the size of both the fixed and mobile markets in terms of technology and revenue. This report also looks at the key growth drivers of all sub-sectors of the telecom market and the regulatory constraints they may face over the coming years. In particular the report looks at the following:

Tanzania's long-term economic, demographic and political outlook as well as the growth potential of the telecommunications sector in a regional context.
The regulatory issues faced by operators and other telecom service providers over the coming years. This includes an overview of existing legislation that governs the industry and any proposed or expected changes to this.
A breakdown of the revenue streams from the telecommunications sector, including voice vs. data and mobile vs. fixed for the years 2013 and 2018. The section on revenue analysis also includes an overview of the development of ARPS over an eight-year period beginning in 2011, as well as highlighting the role of data ARPS over the same period.
The report provides an overview and analysis of the service revenue currently generated by key market players. It also provides a summary of the key operators in the markets and forecasts trends in their market shares in terms of subscribers through 2018, based on an analysis of their market strategies.
Finally, this report highlights existing and potential opportunities for operators, vendors and investors who might be interested in establishing a presence in the Tanzania market.

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Reasons To Buy
This report will give the user a thorough fact-based analysis with information about the telecommunications demand structures in Tanzania as well as the underlying factors that are driving demand.
This report provides a tool for staff new to a market and will allow interested parties to become familiar with markets they are unacquainted with. It will also be useful for operators, vendors or investors looking for new revenue-generating opportunities.
Detailed profiles of the top operators in the Tanzanian market allow companies to assess potential investment targets as well as understand the strength and weaknesses of potential competitors.


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