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Research - Broadband over powerline

By collecting data from various sources, such as our Consumer Panel and Mobile Tracker, we are able to continuously track short and long term trends in the telecommunications market. With this information we compile different kinds of reports about various subjects, spread out across different markets and countries. This research can provide you with the data you need to support your business.

These reports come in various shapes and sizes, such as research briefs, quarterly reports, competitive updates, promotions updates and regularly updated company profiles. Subjects covered are, for example, the Dutch FTTH market, the pricing of mobile packages across Europe, the pricing of broadband in Western Europe and international roaming habits.

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Western European Mobile M2M Market

17 May 2010 - WM2M2010 - Report - Alejandra van de Roer, Marion ter Welle - Mobile

The scope of this report is to give an overview of the mobile M2M market, as that is the segment of the M2M market in Western Europe that is showing the most traction both from the demand and supply sides. The report gives an overview of the market, including its trends, drivers and inhibitors. Next it describes the most relevant regulations in Western Europe and the activities of the regulators in Europe, followed by a section on the value chain and how it is changing. Subsequently there is a ...

Stimulus packages set to speed up NGA roll-out

27 Mar 2009 - RB29009 - Brief - Tim Poulus - Fixed, Internet, Mobile

Amid financial chaos and GDP contraction worldwide, libertarian views are challenged, paving the way for increased government involvement in the roll-out of broadband networks. Several countries are planning next-generation access (NGA) network subsidies, which could imply intensified open access regulation. Stimulus packages are aimed at rural or nationwide broadband accessibility, and open access regulation could be central to applications, especially in the US. In this brief, we give an ...