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The more mature mobile markets are progressing towards 5GMany regions around the world offer a diverse range of maturity when considering the telecoms industry, with some markets having a high level of mobile penetration but low level of fixed broadband infrastructure and others comprising both. Across the board however; the demand for data services just continues to rise with governments and operators investing heavily in installing and upgrading infrastructure to maintain and expand networks.

Substantial investments in LTE technology have occurred in most parts of the world and many countries are now gearing up for the potential opportunities offered by the highly anticipated 5G technology.

Asia is one example of a diverse region with regards to its telecoms industry. It contains a vast array of countries, ranging from those with highly mature and advanced telecommunications markets, that are world leaders in the move towards 5G, such as South Korea, Hong Kong, Singapore and Japan, to some of the poorest and least developed countries such as North Korea and Afghanistan.

Africa also has one of the more diverse mobile markets, with a large number of operators providing voice and data services. The different levels of market development have characterised the mix, with commercially launched LTE services particularly strong in a number of countries such as South Africa, Uganda, Nigeria and Kenya, and yet still absent in some countries, particularly those with low incomes or with poorly functioning economies. Similarly with mobile data use, there is a close relationship between data take-up and consumption and the condition and extent of fixed-line networks.

There remain some significant differences in maturity within Europe as well. In general terms, the Scandinavian and northern European countries tend to have a higher telecom maturity, followed by those of southern Europe and then those within eastern Europe. Those in eastern Europe were long-hampered by underinvestment during decades under Communist rule. The gaps between these regions are closing however.

Globally, the mobile markets continue to offer huge potential for growth in mobile data, on the back of the sheer volume of mobile services on offer. The rapid take-up has been underpinned by increasingly cheaper smartphone prices and lower airtime tariffs leading to even wider adoption. The next wave for smart phone growth will also involve advancements made with 5G technology and demand for 5G capable devices.

The telecoms industry is poised for further transformation with the highly anticipated 5G technology on the horizon. It has attracted intense interest from the ICT industry and wider community due to its potential to increase opportunities for developments related to IoT including M2M communications, virtual reality, Artificial Intelligence and mission critical communication. It is also expected to enhance overall capacity, speed and latency of the mobile networks.

In 2018 there has become an obvious race to market competition around the world with operators and governments all wanting to be the first to capture the opportunities presented by the 5G evolution. In particular, a number of countries in the Middle East are demonstrating significant 5G progress.

In the meantime, 4G LTE deployments and upgrades will remain a key infrastructure priority and we will see continuing mobile broadband growth around the world. Mobile broadband penetration is fast approaching 100% in the lucrative developed markets while the developing markets offer significant opportunities for growth with mobile broadband penetration reaching around a 50% rate.

This BuddeComm annual publication provides valuable information on the diverse worldwide mobile markets. It includes analysis of important global trends supported by industry statistics relating to technologies; subscribers; revenue and mobile devices. It provides information and statistics relating to 4G LTE as well as the emerging 5G technology.

Regionally there is much diversification when comparing the telecoms markets globally. This report includes an overview of the mobile markets in the major regions around the world. It also incorporates BuddeComm's Telecoms Maturity Index which measures and ranks the maturity of a country's telecoms industry on a scale of 1 to 100. All countries are placed into one of three categories: Market Leaders, Market Challengers and Market Laggards, according to their Market Index score. Comparisons are also made between the mobile broadband and fixed broadband penetration of the various countries which comprise the regions of Africa; Asia; Europe; Latin America and The Middle East.

Key developments:

 

While there is currently a lot of discussion around 5G-it is 4G LTE which is going to take us through the next decade.

Most global telecommunications spending is now directed towards the mobile industry and this is set to only increase as mobile data and M2M usage continues to grow.

The majority of mobile broadband subscriptions are held in the Asia-Pacific region; followed by the Americas.

The mobile broadband subscriber base across all of Asia continues to grow strongly.

A number of countries in southern Europe have particularly high mobile penetration rates.

There have been considerable advances made in the deployment of LTE in Latin America.

In the Middle East; it is Kuwait that has the highest mobile subscriber penetration in the region.

There remains room for further growth in Africa since many markets still have mobile and mobile broadband penetration rates below the average.Declining revenue from voice services in the USA is compensated for by high growth in mobile data use.

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Table Of Content

Scope

1. Major trends and industry statistics

1.1 Global mobile market analysis-2018

1.1.1 Highlighted trends

1.2 Global mobile subscriptions

1.2.1 Global mobile technologies market share

1.3 Global mobile broadband subscriber statistics

1.4 The emerging markets to watch

1.5 Financial insights

1.5.1 Global mobile spending

1.5.2 Global mobile capital expenditure (CAPEX)

1.5.3 Global mobile revenue

1.5.4 Global mobile ARPU

1.6 Mobile data traffic

1.7 Leading global operators

1.8 Smartphones and handset device trends and statistics

1.8.1 Key mobile device trends

1.8.2 Mobile handset and smartphone statistics

1.9 Wearable device trends and statistics

1.9.1 Wearable device categories

1.9.2 Global wearable device market

1.9.3 Enterprise wearable devices

1.9.4 Legal implications of wearables gains attention

1.9.5 Virtual reality (VR) and wearable technology

1.10 Mobile industry directions

1.10.1 Data mining-a next driver of mobile revenue

1.10.2 The spectrum issue

1.10.3 Mobile location based services (MLBS)

1.10.4 HetNet architecture

1.10.5 Small cell networks

1.10.6 Monetising mobile towers

1.10.7 Fixed Mobile Conversion

2. 4G LTE-Major trends and statistics

2.1 Market analysis

2.1.1 Global LTE subscriptions and deployments

2.1.2 Regional LTE observations

2.2 Global VoLTE overview

2.2.1 Case study: VoLTE in India

2.3 LTE and spectrum use

2.4 Other LTE trends

2.4.1 LTE-B-eMBMS

2.4.2 LTE-U and LAA

2.5 Global WiFi market

2.5.1 Wi-Fi hotspots

2.5.2 Homespots

2.5.3 Venue Wi-Fi

2.5.4 Other Wi-fi trends

2.5.5 Other short-range technologies

3. 5G-Major trends, leading countries and statistics

3.1 5G is an evolutionary process

3.2 5G in the global context

3.2.1 5G statistics and forecasts

3.3 The spectrum issue

3.3.1 5G spectrum developments

3.3.2 Spectrum allocation around the world

3.3.3 5G speeds

3.4 Regional overview of progress towards 5G

3.4.1 Examples of 5G developments-selected countries

3.5 5G-brief country case studies

3.5.1 China

3.5.2 Taiwan

3.5.3 Finland

3.5.4 Qatar

3.6 Key considerations for governments and operators

3.7 Key industry consortiums

3.7.1 3G PPP

3.7.2 IMT 2020

3.7.3 5G Vertical Industry Accelerator

3.7.4 5G PPP

3.8 5G technologies and services

3.8.1 What makes 5G special?

3.8.2 5G as a platform for IoT and smart developments

3.9 The role of fibre in the development of 5G

4. Regional market overviews

4.1 Africa

4.1.1 Overview and analysis

4.1.2 Africa Telecoms Maturity Index (TMI)

4.1.3 Africa Telecom Maturity Index by tier

4.1.4 Mobile and mobile broadband penetration

4.1.5 Africa fixed and mobile broadband penetration

4.2 Asia

4.2.1 Overview and analysis

4.2.2 Asian Telecoms Maturity Index (TMI)

4.2.3 Asian TMI by Tier

4.3 Europe

4.3.1 Overview and analysis

4.3.2 Europe Telecoms maturity index (TMI)

4.3.3 TMI versus GDP

4.3.4 Europe Telecom Maturity Index by tier

4.3.5 Europe-mobile and mobile broadband penetration

4.3.6 Europe fixed and mobile broadband penetration

4.4 Latin America

4.4.1 Overview and analysis

4.4.2 Latin America Telecoms maturity index (TMI)

4.4.3 TMI versus GDP

4.4.4 Latin America Telecom Maturity Index by tier

4.4.5 Mobile and mobile broadband penetration

4.4.6 Fixed and mobile broadband penetration

4.5 North America

4.5.1 Overview and analysis

4.6 Middle East

4.6.1 Overview and analysis

4.6.2 Middle East telecoms maturity index (TMI)

4.6.3 TMI versus GDP

4.6.4 Middle East mobile and mobile broadband penetration

4.6.5 Middle East fixed and mobile broadband penetration

4.6.6 GCC countries fixed and mobile broadband penetration

4.7 Pacific

4.7.1 Australia

4.7.2 New Zealand

4.7.3 Pacific Island Countries (PIC)

Exhibit 1-Global content delivery ecosystem

Exhibit 2-Software Defined Networks

Exhibit 3-Wearable smart rings

Exhibit 4-LTE definition

Exhibit 5-VoLTE history: data first, voice second

Exhibit 6-Fon

Exhibit 7-Case Study-Airline Lounges

Exhibit 8-Bluetooth SIG

Exhibit 9-Key global developments towards 5G standardisation

Exhibit 10-Key considerations for government and regulators in relation to 5G

Exhibit 11-Potential 5G elements

Exhibit 12-Recent developments in Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Exhibit 13-Africa-Generalised Market Characteristics by Market Segment

Exhibit 14-Key Market Characteristics by Market Segment

Exhibit 15-Europe-Generalised Market Characteristics by Market Segment

Exhibit 16-Latin America-Generalised Market Characteristics by Market Segment

Exhibit 17-Middle East-Key characteristics of telecoms markets by country


List Of Figure

Chart 1-Mobile broadband penetration-developed versus developing markets-2014-2017

Chart 2-LTE penetration by region-Q4 2017

Chart 3-Africa Telecoms Maturity Index vs GDP per Capita-2017

Chart 4-Africa Telecoms Maturity Index-Market Leaders (top tier)-2017

Chart 5-Africa Telecoms Maturity Index-Market Challengers (middle tier)-2017

Chart 6-Africa Telecoms Maturity Index-Market Laggards (bottom tier)-2017

Chart 7-Africa mobile subscriber penetration vs mobile broadband penetration-2017

Chart 16-West Africa mobile subscriber penetration vs mobile broadband penetration-2017

Chart 17-Southern Africa mobile subscriber penetration vs mobile broadband penetration-2017

Chart 18-Central Africa mobile subscriber penetration versus mobile broadband penetration-2017

Chart 19-East Africa mobile subscriber penetration versus mobile broadband penetration-2017

Chart 20-North Africa fixed and mobile penetration rates-2017

Chart 21-West Africa fixed and mobile penetration rates-2017

Chart 22-Southern Africa fixed and mobile penetration rates-2017

Chart 23-Central Africa fixed and mobile penetration rates-2017

Chart 24-East Africa fixed and mobile penetration rates-2017

Chart 8-Asian Telecoms Maturity Index by Market Category

Chart 9-Asian Telecoms Maturity Index vs GDP per Capita

Chart 10-Asian Telecoms Maturity Index-Market Leaders Category

Chart 11-Asian Telecoms Maturity Index-Market Challengers Category

Chart 12-Asian Telecoms Maturity Index-Market Laggards Category

Chart 13-Fixed Broadband vs Mobile Penetration-Top Ten Countries in Asia by Population-2017

Chart 14-Fixed Broadband vs Mobile Penetration-Top Ten Countries in Asia by GDP-2017

Chart 15-Europe-Overall view-Telecoms Maturity Index vs GDP per Capita

Chart 16-Europe Telecoms Maturity Index-Market Leaders (top tier)

Chart 17-Europe Telecoms Maturity Index-Market Challengers (middle tier)

Chart 18-Europe Telecoms Maturity Index-Market Laggards (bottom tier)

Chart 19-Europe-mobile subscriber penetration vs mobile broadband penetration

Chart 20-Scandinavia and Baltics: mobile subscriber penetration vs mobile broadband penetration

Chart 21-Northern Europe -mobile subscriber penetration vs mobile broadband penetration

Chart 22-Southern Europe: mobile subscriber penetration versus mobile broadband penetration

Chart 23-Eastern Europe: mobile subscriber penetration versus mobile broadband penetration

Chart 24-Scandinavia and Baltics fixed and mobile penetration rates

Chart 25-Northern Europe-fixed and mobile penetration rates

Chart 26-Southern Europe-fixed and mobile penetration rates

Chart 27-Eastern Europe-fixed and mobile penetration rates

Chart 28-Latin America Telecoms Maturity Index vs GDP per Capita

Chart 29-Caribbean Telecoms Maturity Index vs GDP per Capita

Chart 30-Latin America -Overall Telecoms Maturity Index

Chart 31-Latin America Telecoms Maturity Index-Market Leaders Category

Chart 32-Latin America Telecoms Maturity Index-Market Challengers Category

Chart 33-Latin America Telecoms Maturity Index-Market Laggards Category

Chart 34-Latin America mobile subscriber penetration versus mobile broadband penetration

Chart 35-South America mobile subscriber penetration versus mobile broadband penetration

Chart 36-Central America mobile subscriber penetration versus mobile broadband penetration

Chart 37-Caribbean mobile subscriber penetration versus mobile broadband penetration

Chart 38-Latin America fixed broadband penetration versus mobile broadband penetration

Chart 39-Caribbean fixed broadband penetration versus mobile broadband penetration

Chart 40-USA-Wireless subscribers and penetration-2002-2019

Chart 41-Middle East-Telecoms Maturity Index (TMI)-2017

Chart 42-Middle East-Telecoms Maturity Index (TMI) vs GDP per capita-2017

Chart 43-Middle East-mobile subscriber penetration versus mobile broadband penetration-2017

Chart 44-Middle East-fixed broadband penetration versus mobile broadband penetration-2017

Chart 45-GCC members-fixed broadband penetration versus mobile broadband penetration-2017

Chart 46-Australia-Mobile subscribers and penetration (with forecast)-2007-2022

Chart 47-New Zealand-Mobile subscribers, annual change and penetration rate-2005-2018


List Of Table

Table 1-Regional-mobile broadband penetration-2014-2017

Table 2-Global-unique mobile subscribers-2009-2018

Table 3-Regional-mobile subscriptions-2009-2017

Table 4-Global-market share of mobile technologies-2018

Table 5-Global-active mobile broadband subscriptions-2014-2018

Table 6-Regional-Active mobile broadband subscriptions-2014-2017

Table 7-Global-mobile CAPEX-2014-2019

Table 8-Global-telecoms CAPEX-2008-2017

Table 9-Global-mobile revenue-2014-2020

Table 10-Global average monthly mobile ARPU and annual change-2005-2016

Table 11-Regional-mobile data traffic use-2016

Table 12-Global top 15 mobile operators by sales-2016

Table 13-Leading countries-used smart phone market-2016

Table 14-Global-mobile handset shipments-2004-2019

Table 15-Global-smartphone shipments-2010-2018

Table 16-Global-smartphone share of handset market-2009-2018

Table 17-Global-historical-wearable devices by category-market share-2013-2015

Table 18-Global-wearable device shipments-2014-2021

Table 19-Global-top 5 wearable device vendors market share-Q3 2015-2017

Table 20-Global LTE subscribers-2011-2022

Table 21-Global LTE network growth-2010-2018

Table 22-LTE penetration by region-Q1 2017; Q4 2017

Table 23-Global VoLTE subscribers-2017, 2022

Table 24-Global number of public Wi-Fi hotspots-2015; 2016; 2020; 2021

Table 25-Global number of public and private homespots-2015; 2020

Table 26-Global Bluetooth device shipments- 2012-2021

Table 27-Global-market share of mobile technologies-2018

Table 28-Global-5G connections-2019-2022

Table 29-Global -mobile technologies by connections (including 5G)-2019-2022

Table 30-Potential frequency bands for 5G deployment

Table 31-Examples of selected countries demonstrating 5G progress

Table 32-Africa-leading MNOs by subscribers-2012-2017

Table 33-Asia-Total mobile subscribers and penetration-2011-2017

Table 34-Europe-Total mobile subscribers and penetration-1998-2018

Table 35-Latin America-major mobile operators-subscribers-2012-2017

Table 36-USA-Wireless subscribers and penetration-2002-2019

Table 37-Canada-Wireless subscribers and penetration-2000-2019

Table 38-Middle East-mobile subscribers by country-2013-2017

Table 39-Australia-Mobile subscribers, penetration and annual change (with forecast)-2000-2022

Table 40-New Zealand-Mobile subscribers, annual change and penetration rate-2001-2018

Table 41-South Pacific Islands mobile subscribers in selected countries-2011-2017/2018

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The more mature mobile markets are progressing towards 5GMany regions around the world offer a diverse range of maturity when considering the telecoms industry, with some markets having a high level of mobile penetration but low level of fixed broadband infrastructure and others comprising both. Across the board however; the demand for data services just continues to rise with governments and operators investing heavily in installing and upgrading infrastructure to maintain and expand networks.

Substantial investments in LTE technology have occurred in most parts of the world and many countries are now gearing up for the potential opportunities offered by the highly anticipated 5G technology.

Asia is one example of a diverse region with regards to its telecoms industry. It contains a vast array of countries, ranging from those with highly mature and advanced telecommunications markets, that are world leaders in the move towards 5G, such as South Korea, Hong Kong, Singapore and Japan, to some of the poorest and least developed countries such as North Korea and Afghanistan.

Africa also has one of the more diverse mobile markets, with a large number of operators providing voice and data services. The different levels of market development have characterised the mix, with commercially launched LTE services particularly strong in a number of countries such as South Africa, Uganda, Nigeria and Kenya, and yet still absent in some countries, particularly those with low incomes or with poorly functioning economies. Similarly with mobile data use, there is a close relationship between data take-up and consumption and the condition and extent of fixed-line networks.

There remain some significant differences in maturity within Europe as well. In general terms, the Scandinavian and northern European countries tend to have a higher telecom maturity, followed by those of southern Europe and then those within eastern Europe. Those in eastern Europe were long-hampered by underinvestment during decades under Communist rule. The gaps between these regions are closing however.

Globally, the mobile markets continue to offer huge potential for growth in mobile data, on the back of the sheer volume of mobile services on offer. The rapid take-up has been underpinned by increasingly cheaper smartphone prices and lower airtime tariffs leading to even wider adoption. The next wave for smart phone growth will also involve advancements made with 5G technology and demand for 5G capable devices.

The telecoms industry is poised for further transformation with the highly anticipated 5G technology on the horizon. It has attracted intense interest from the ICT industry and wider community due to its potential to increase opportunities for developments related to IoT including M2M communications, virtual reality, Artificial Intelligence and mission critical communication. It is also expected to enhance overall capacity, speed and latency of the mobile networks.

In 2018 there has become an obvious race to market competition around the world with operators and governments all wanting to be the first to capture the opportunities presented by the 5G evolution. In particular, a number of countries in the Middle East are demonstrating significant 5G progress.

In the meantime, 4G LTE deployments and upgrades will remain a key infrastructure priority and we will see continuing mobile broadband growth around the world. Mobile broadband penetration is fast approaching 100% in the lucrative developed markets while the developing markets offer significant opportunities for growth with mobile broadband penetration reaching around a 50% rate.

This BuddeComm annual publication provides valuable information on the diverse worldwide mobile markets. It includes analysis of important global trends supported by industry statistics relating to technologies; subscribers; revenue and mobile devices. It provides information and statistics relating to 4G LTE as well as the emerging 5G technology.

Regionally there is much diversification when comparing the telecoms markets globally. This report includes an overview of the mobile markets in the major regions around the world. It also incorporates BuddeComm's Telecoms Maturity Index which measures and ranks the maturity of a country's telecoms industry on a scale of 1 to 100. All countries are placed into one of three categories: Market Leaders, Market Challengers and Market Laggards, according to their Market Index score. Comparisons are also made between the mobile broadband and fixed broadband penetration of the various countries which comprise the regions of Africa; Asia; Europe; Latin America and The Middle East.

Key developments:

 

While there is currently a lot of discussion around 5G-it is 4G LTE which is going to take us through the next decade.

Most global telecommunications spending is now directed towards the mobile industry and this is set to only increase as mobile data and M2M usage continues to grow.

The majority of mobile broadband subscriptions are held in the Asia-Pacific region; followed by the Americas.

The mobile broadband subscriber base across all of Asia continues to grow strongly.

A number of countries in southern Europe have particularly high mobile penetration rates.

There have been considerable advances made in the deployment of LTE in Latin America.

In the Middle East; it is Kuwait that has the highest mobile subscriber penetration in the region.

There remains room for further growth in Africa since many markets still have mobile and mobile broadband penetration rates below the average.Declining revenue from voice services in the USA is compensated for by high growth in mobile data use.

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Scope

1. Major trends and industry statistics

1.1 Global mobile market analysis-2018

1.1.1 Highlighted trends

1.2 Global mobile subscriptions

1.2.1 Global mobile technologies market share

1.3 Global mobile broadband subscriber statistics

1.4 The emerging markets to watch

1.5 Financial insights

1.5.1 Global mobile spending

1.5.2 Global mobile capital expenditure (CAPEX)

1.5.3 Global mobile revenue

1.5.4 Global mobile ARPU

1.6 Mobile data traffic

1.7 Leading global operators

1.8 Smartphones and handset device trends and statistics

1.8.1 Key mobile device trends

1.8.2 Mobile handset and smartphone statistics

1.9 Wearable device trends and statistics

1.9.1 Wearable device categories

1.9.2 Global wearable device market

1.9.3 Enterprise wearable devices

1.9.4 Legal implications of wearables gains attention

1.9.5 Virtual reality (VR) and wearable technology

1.10 Mobile industry directions

1.10.1 Data mining-a next driver of mobile revenue

1.10.2 The spectrum issue

1.10.3 Mobile location based services (MLBS)

1.10.4 HetNet architecture

1.10.5 Small cell networks

1.10.6 Monetising mobile towers

1.10.7 Fixed Mobile Conversion

2. 4G LTE-Major trends and statistics

2.1 Market analysis

2.1.1 Global LTE subscriptions and deployments

2.1.2 Regional LTE observations

2.2 Global VoLTE overview

2.2.1 Case study: VoLTE in India

2.3 LTE and spectrum use

2.4 Other LTE trends

2.4.1 LTE-B-eMBMS

2.4.2 LTE-U and LAA

2.5 Global WiFi market

2.5.1 Wi-Fi hotspots

2.5.2 Homespots

2.5.3 Venue Wi-Fi

2.5.4 Other Wi-fi trends

2.5.5 Other short-range technologies

3. 5G-Major trends, leading countries and statistics

3.1 5G is an evolutionary process

3.2 5G in the global context

3.2.1 5G statistics and forecasts

3.3 The spectrum issue

3.3.1 5G spectrum developments

3.3.2 Spectrum allocation around the world

3.3.3 5G speeds

3.4 Regional overview of progress towards 5G

3.4.1 Examples of 5G developments-selected countries

3.5 5G-brief country case studies

3.5.1 China

3.5.2 Taiwan

3.5.3 Finland

3.5.4 Qatar

3.6 Key considerations for governments and operators

3.7 Key industry consortiums

3.7.1 3G PPP

3.7.2 IMT 2020

3.7.3 5G Vertical Industry Accelerator

3.7.4 5G PPP

3.8 5G technologies and services

3.8.1 What makes 5G special?

3.8.2 5G as a platform for IoT and smart developments

3.9 The role of fibre in the development of 5G

4. Regional market overviews

4.1 Africa

4.1.1 Overview and analysis

4.1.2 Africa Telecoms Maturity Index (TMI)

4.1.3 Africa Telecom Maturity Index by tier

4.1.4 Mobile and mobile broadband penetration

4.1.5 Africa fixed and mobile broadband penetration

4.2 Asia

4.2.1 Overview and analysis

4.2.2 Asian Telecoms Maturity Index (TMI)

4.2.3 Asian TMI by Tier

4.3 Europe

4.3.1 Overview and analysis

4.3.2 Europe Telecoms maturity index (TMI)

4.3.3 TMI versus GDP

4.3.4 Europe Telecom Maturity Index by tier

4.3.5 Europe-mobile and mobile broadband penetration

4.3.6 Europe fixed and mobile broadband penetration

4.4 Latin America

4.4.1 Overview and analysis

4.4.2 Latin America Telecoms maturity index (TMI)

4.4.3 TMI versus GDP

4.4.4 Latin America Telecom Maturity Index by tier

4.4.5 Mobile and mobile broadband penetration

4.4.6 Fixed and mobile broadband penetration

4.5 North America

4.5.1 Overview and analysis

4.6 Middle East

4.6.1 Overview and analysis

4.6.2 Middle East telecoms maturity index (TMI)

4.6.3 TMI versus GDP

4.6.4 Middle East mobile and mobile broadband penetration

4.6.5 Middle East fixed and mobile broadband penetration

4.6.6 GCC countries fixed and mobile broadband penetration

4.7 Pacific

4.7.1 Australia

4.7.2 New Zealand

4.7.3 Pacific Island Countries (PIC)

Exhibit 1-Global content delivery ecosystem

Exhibit 2-Software Defined Networks

Exhibit 3-Wearable smart rings

Exhibit 4-LTE definition

Exhibit 5-VoLTE history: data first, voice second

Exhibit 6-Fon

Exhibit 7-Case Study-Airline Lounges

Exhibit 8-Bluetooth SIG

Exhibit 9-Key global developments towards 5G standardisation

Exhibit 10-Key considerations for government and regulators in relation to 5G

Exhibit 11-Potential 5G elements

Exhibit 12-Recent developments in Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Exhibit 13-Africa-Generalised Market Characteristics by Market Segment

Exhibit 14-Key Market Characteristics by Market Segment

Exhibit 15-Europe-Generalised Market Characteristics by Market Segment

Exhibit 16-Latin America-Generalised Market Characteristics by Market Segment

Exhibit 17-Middle East-Key characteristics of telecoms markets by country


List Of Figure

Chart 1-Mobile broadband penetration-developed versus developing markets-2014-2017

Chart 2-LTE penetration by region-Q4 2017

Chart 3-Africa Telecoms Maturity Index vs GDP per Capita-2017

Chart 4-Africa Telecoms Maturity Index-Market Leaders (top tier)-2017

Chart 5-Africa Telecoms Maturity Index-Market Challengers (middle tier)-2017

Chart 6-Africa Telecoms Maturity Index-Market Laggards (bottom tier)-2017

Chart 7-Africa mobile subscriber penetration vs mobile broadband penetration-2017

Chart 16-West Africa mobile subscriber penetration vs mobile broadband penetration-2017

Chart 17-Southern Africa mobile subscriber penetration vs mobile broadband penetration-2017

Chart 18-Central Africa mobile subscriber penetration versus mobile broadband penetration-2017

Chart 19-East Africa mobile subscriber penetration versus mobile broadband penetration-2017

Chart 20-North Africa fixed and mobile penetration rates-2017

Chart 21-West Africa fixed and mobile penetration rates-2017

Chart 22-Southern Africa fixed and mobile penetration rates-2017

Chart 23-Central Africa fixed and mobile penetration rates-2017

Chart 24-East Africa fixed and mobile penetration rates-2017

Chart 8-Asian Telecoms Maturity Index by Market Category

Chart 9-Asian Telecoms Maturity Index vs GDP per Capita

Chart 10-Asian Telecoms Maturity Index-Market Leaders Category

Chart 11-Asian Telecoms Maturity Index-Market Challengers Category

Chart 12-Asian Telecoms Maturity Index-Market Laggards Category

Chart 13-Fixed Broadband vs Mobile Penetration-Top Ten Countries in Asia by Population-2017

Chart 14-Fixed Broadband vs Mobile Penetration-Top Ten Countries in Asia by GDP-2017

Chart 15-Europe-Overall view-Telecoms Maturity Index vs GDP per Capita

Chart 16-Europe Telecoms Maturity Index-Market Leaders (top tier)

Chart 17-Europe Telecoms Maturity Index-Market Challengers (middle tier)

Chart 18-Europe Telecoms Maturity Index-Market Laggards (bottom tier)

Chart 19-Europe-mobile subscriber penetration vs mobile broadband penetration

Chart 20-Scandinavia and Baltics: mobile subscriber penetration vs mobile broadband penetration

Chart 21-Northern Europe -mobile subscriber penetration vs mobile broadband penetration

Chart 22-Southern Europe: mobile subscriber penetration versus mobile broadband penetration

Chart 23-Eastern Europe: mobile subscriber penetration versus mobile broadband penetration

Chart 24-Scandinavia and Baltics fixed and mobile penetration rates

Chart 25-Northern Europe-fixed and mobile penetration rates

Chart 26-Southern Europe-fixed and mobile penetration rates

Chart 27-Eastern Europe-fixed and mobile penetration rates

Chart 28-Latin America Telecoms Maturity Index vs GDP per Capita

Chart 29-Caribbean Telecoms Maturity Index vs GDP per Capita

Chart 30-Latin America -Overall Telecoms Maturity Index

Chart 31-Latin America Telecoms Maturity Index-Market Leaders Category

Chart 32-Latin America Telecoms Maturity Index-Market Challengers Category

Chart 33-Latin America Telecoms Maturity Index-Market Laggards Category

Chart 34-Latin America mobile subscriber penetration versus mobile broadband penetration

Chart 35-South America mobile subscriber penetration versus mobile broadband penetration

Chart 36-Central America mobile subscriber penetration versus mobile broadband penetration

Chart 37-Caribbean mobile subscriber penetration versus mobile broadband penetration

Chart 38-Latin America fixed broadband penetration versus mobile broadband penetration

Chart 39-Caribbean fixed broadband penetration versus mobile broadband penetration

Chart 40-USA-Wireless subscribers and penetration-2002-2019

Chart 41-Middle East-Telecoms Maturity Index (TMI)-2017

Chart 42-Middle East-Telecoms Maturity Index (TMI) vs GDP per capita-2017

Chart 43-Middle East-mobile subscriber penetration versus mobile broadband penetration-2017

Chart 44-Middle East-fixed broadband penetration versus mobile broadband penetration-2017

Chart 45-GCC members-fixed broadband penetration versus mobile broadband penetration-2017

Chart 46-Australia-Mobile subscribers and penetration (with forecast)-2007-2022

Chart 47-New Zealand-Mobile subscribers, annual change and penetration rate-2005-2018


List Of Table

Table 1-Regional-mobile broadband penetration-2014-2017

Table 2-Global-unique mobile subscribers-2009-2018

Table 3-Regional-mobile subscriptions-2009-2017

Table 4-Global-market share of mobile technologies-2018

Table 5-Global-active mobile broadband subscriptions-2014-2018

Table 6-Regional-Active mobile broadband subscriptions-2014-2017

Table 7-Global-mobile CAPEX-2014-2019

Table 8-Global-telecoms CAPEX-2008-2017

Table 9-Global-mobile revenue-2014-2020

Table 10-Global average monthly mobile ARPU and annual change-2005-2016

Table 11-Regional-mobile data traffic use-2016

Table 12-Global top 15 mobile operators by sales-2016

Table 13-Leading countries-used smart phone market-2016

Table 14-Global-mobile handset shipments-2004-2019

Table 15-Global-smartphone shipments-2010-2018

Table 16-Global-smartphone share of handset market-2009-2018

Table 17-Global-historical-wearable devices by category-market share-2013-2015

Table 18-Global-wearable device shipments-2014-2021

Table 19-Global-top 5 wearable device vendors market share-Q3 2015-2017

Table 20-Global LTE subscribers-2011-2022

Table 21-Global LTE network growth-2010-2018

Table 22-LTE penetration by region-Q1 2017; Q4 2017

Table 23-Global VoLTE subscribers-2017, 2022

Table 24-Global number of public Wi-Fi hotspots-2015; 2016; 2020; 2021

Table 25-Global number of public and private homespots-2015; 2020

Table 26-Global Bluetooth device shipments- 2012-2021

Table 27-Global-market share of mobile technologies-2018

Table 28-Global-5G connections-2019-2022

Table 29-Global -mobile technologies by connections (including 5G)-2019-2022

Table 30-Potential frequency bands for 5G deployment

Table 31-Examples of selected countries demonstrating 5G progress

Table 32-Africa-leading MNOs by subscribers-2012-2017

Table 33-Asia-Total mobile subscribers and penetration-2011-2017

Table 34-Europe-Total mobile subscribers and penetration-1998-2018

Table 35-Latin America-major mobile operators-subscribers-2012-2017

Table 36-USA-Wireless subscribers and penetration-2002-2019

Table 37-Canada-Wireless subscribers and penetration-2000-2019

Table 38-Middle East-mobile subscribers by country-2013-2017

Table 39-Australia-Mobile subscribers, penetration and annual change (with forecast)-2000-2022

Table 40-New Zealand-Mobile subscribers, annual change and penetration rate-2001-2018

Table 41-South Pacific Islands mobile subscribers in selected countries-2011-2017/2018

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