Summary The Emirati telecom market is projected to generate $6.9bn in service revenue in 2012. It is a dynamic market characterized by rapid development and the push to provide end users with the newest technologies and services available. The propensity of young Emirati to use mobile data services will help drive growth in this sector, and an estimated $1.1bn is expected to be created in this segment in 2012. Key Findings The Emirati telecom market is projected to generate $6.9bn in service revenue in 2012. It is a dynamic market characterized by rapid development and the push to provide end users with the newest technologies and services available. The propensity of young Emirati to use mobile data services will help drive growth in this sector, and an estimated $1.1bn is expected to be created in this segment in 2012. As the UAE continues to make its transition from copper to a completely fiber-based, fixed-line infrastructure, dial-up Internet service revenue will plummet, with the full disappearance of narrowband from the market anticipated in 2014.... Research Beam Model: Research Beam Product ID: 24099 990 USD New
UAE: Infrastructure Sharing Makes Fixed Broadband Segment More Competitive
 

UAE: Infrastructure Sharing Makes Fixed Broadband Segment More Competitive

UAE: Infrastructure Sharing Makes Fixed Broadband Segment More Competitive

Category : ICT & Media
January  2013  Pages : 30



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Summary
The Emirati telecom market is projected to generate $6.9bn in service revenue in 2012. It is a dynamic market characterized by rapid development and the push to provide end users with the newest technologies and services available. The propensity of young Emirati to use mobile data services will help drive growth in this sector, and an estimated $1.1bn is expected to be created in this segment in 2012.

Key Findings
The Emirati telecom market is projected to generate $6.9bn in service revenue in 2012. It is a dynamic market characterized by rapid development and the push to provide end users with the newest technologies and services available. The propensity of young Emirati to use mobile data services will help drive growth in this sector, and an estimated $1.1bn is expected to be created in this segment in 2012. As the UAE continues to make its transition from copper to a completely fiber-based, fixed-line infrastructure, dial-up Internet service revenue will plummet, with the full disappearance of narrowband from the market anticipated in 2014. Fixed circuit-switched voice will suffer a similar fate, declining at a CAGR of -39.7% over the next five years, although by 2017 we still expect this segment to generate $37m in revenue.   The aforementioned developments in the fixed infrastructure will be a boon to broadband Internet and return pay-TV services to growth, with these segments growing at CAGRs of 7.5% and 3.4%, respectively, between 2012 and 2017. The development of local content will be a driving factor, as well. Similar to other maturing AME markets, mobile voice in the UAE will begin a slow decline, although the impact on revenue will be almost imperceptible during the forecast period.

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Table Of Contents
Executive Summary
Market and Competitor Overview
UAE in a regional context
Economic, demographic and political context
Regulatory environment
Demand profile
Service evolution
Competitive landscape
Major market players
Segment analysis
Mobile services
Fixed services
Pay-TV
Convergence
Identifying Opportunities
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