About Broadband Technology Intelligence
Broadband Technology Intelligence offers comprehensive time-critical information about the technical aspects of the connected home ranging from broadband access, to online video distribution and domestic hardware.
Launching with 18 territories, but expanding fast during the course of 2011, Broadband Technology Intelligence has been built company by company, service by service to provide the most accurate data available on, among other things, broadband connections, data traffic, modem and router demand, devices in the connected living room and revenue.
Our analysts maintain regular contact with operators, service providers, content owners and manufacturers, actively seeking feedback on our numbers and forecasts to assemble the best possible picture of the marketplace now and in the future. Datasets are put together from the ground up, using information gathered directly from leading companies in the industry and from trade bodies. Our forecasts are based on a thorough knowledge of historic and current data, combined with our analysts' in-depth understanding of the markets concerned.
Service highlights include:
Broadband access (including next-generation deployment)
Continuous tracking of market developments and frequent contact with operators, telecoms regulators and trade organisations gives us unprecedented insight into broadband access markets covered. Data on connections are forecast to five years at market level, and provided by operator, including market shares. Tables on forecast deployment of next-generation access (VDSL, fibre-to-the-premises and DOCSIS 3.0) and average advertised broadband speeds are invaluable indicators of the development of access markets worldwide.
The section offers an unprecedented insight into the economics of consumer broadband. Revenue data is forecast at market level for all types of retail broadband - including current and next-gen DSL, cable and fibre-to-the-premises. Our strong relationship with internet service providers underpins our revenue data provided for every major player in each country. Datasets which detail the fees paid for DSL, split by access/backhaul and unbundled/wholesale lines, offer a key understanding of costs involved.
Screen Digest provides unrivalled coverage of the connected home sector - increasingly a major focal point for service providers, content owners and manufacturers. Drawing on the data of Broadband Media, TV Technology and Games Intelligence, the datasets show the proliferation of connected devices in the consumer living room, including connected TVs, games consoles, set-top boxes and Blu-ray players. We routinely track content available on such devices and our datasets provide information on over 100 deals between major CE manufacturers and online services. The section also looks at evolving desktop and laptop PC markets and the rise of the tablet computers and specialised eReader devices. Also included is coverage of personal media player (PMP) devices and the Apple iOS universe.
Modems, routers & gateways
Extensive interviews and close ties with providers and manufacturers form the basis of our numbers on modems, routers and gateways. A list of manufacturer partnerships by major provider offers a handy overview in each country. Market level data is forecast by device category (current and next-gen modems; 802.11n wireless), and is conveniently split by devices sold through retail and through broadband providers. Our tables include spend on modems and routers by each broadband provider, and sales by leading manufacturer, which together provide a high granular picture of the in-home access hardware sector.
Video solutions providers
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Building on our pioneering coverage of the online video market, this section covers the revenue from online video distribution including content delivery networks (CDNs) and other solutions providers. The data is developed on a by-company basis, to give unparalleled insight into the technical business of online video distribution. Included in the section: data from premium online video services; revenue, by-country, from the leading providers; and the key relationships of the all the premium online video providers.
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