Ovum: 2009 is the most difficult year for telecom companies in the past decade
CTI Forum (CT Jinan test static load tensile testing machine software system adopts multi line programming technology iForum) news on September 21 (pantingting): according to the research of ovum, an independent Telecom Analysis Agency, thanks to the reorganization of the mobile service department, the revenue of global telecom companies will rebound in 2010The new figures revealed by ovum "global telecommunications analyzer" point out that the revenue of telecom companies only increased by 2.2% in 2009 - the worst voltage comparison, waveform comparison, static impedance comparison with the continuous development of science and technology, output result comparison, current comparison and other conditions in the past decade - the telecom industry is finally unable to withstand the impact of the global economic recession
however, the mobile service department has returned to healthy growth, which is enough to make up for the steady decline in revenue of solid services. According to the data provided by telecom companies, the overall revenue will grow by 6% in 2010, and there will be a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5% in 2014. John lively, chief forecaster of ovum, said: "looking at the world, mobile services keep telecom companies busy. In 2010, 329 million new users increased in China and India alone, surpassing the total population of Germany, France, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom."
"global telecom analyzer" combines the analysis and prediction of ovum consulting experts on the telecom market. It allows users to search for charts and download forecast reports for market segments such as mobile, solid, consumer, enterprise, infrastructure and components
it is predicted that although the optical fiber connection of broadband services is becoming more and more important to telecom companies, the fixed service will continue to decline. On the whole, there were 1 billion fixed subscribers in the world in 2010, and there will be only 871 million in 2014. In the same period, the revenue of fixed services will also drop from nearly $350billion to $283billion
at the same time, there were 5.3 billion users in 2010, and 7.1 billion users in 2014. Emerging markets in Asia and Africa contributed the most to the growth of the number of users. In the three years from now to 2012, the revenue from action will increase by nearly 100 billionWarranty period:
lively added: "although the number of fixed voice users and revenue continue to decline due to the replacement of fixed voice by action, the growth of broadband services (Shanghai, video and VoIP) will still contribute a lot to the overall revenue of fixed voice because the fiber to the premises road continues to expand." CTI Forum Report
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