Market Trends: Broadband Access Systems, North America, 2005-2009
Published: 15 September 2005
Patti A. Reali,
Revenue from broadband access systems will approach $3.9 billion in 2005, and top $5.4 billion by the end of 2009. Growth will come from operators upgrading their infrastructure to offer bundled voice, Internet and TV services.
Table Of Contents
- Executive Summary
- A Favorable Broadband Environment
- U.S. Consumer Broadband Connections
- Total Broadband Market
- Market Environment Forces Changes in Broadband Technology
- VoIP: An IOC's Darling
- Deployment Highlights
- xDSL and Cable: the "Enabling" Pipe
- Fiber to the Premises: Coming to a Home Near You
- Broadband Wireless, Where Are You?
- Market Shares
- Total Narrowband and Broadband Access Market Share
- Total Broadband Market Share
- Regulatory Issues
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