Hong Kong - Broadband - Overview, Statistics and Forecasts
The extensive rollout of sophisticated telecommunications infrastructure has allowed Hong Kong to move quickly in providing 85% of all households with access to high-speed broadband connectivity. This has been accompanied by rapid growth in the internet market. The number of broadband subscribers represents about 75% of the total internet subscriber base, supported by a healthy number of ISPs providing a competitive environment with attractive choice and pricing for subscribers. The extensive FttX, DSL and cable coverage coupled with a large fibre optic footprint has driven the market for triple play services and IPTV. This report provides an overview of the broadband market in Hong Kong and provides extensive broadband statistics of the major players including ARPU. Statistics are also provided for Hong Kong's internet market. Broadband forecasts are provided to 2016 as well as estimates to 2012 for FttX, DSL and cable modem connectivity.
Last Update: 24 May 2011 Number of Pages: 24
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Hong Kong - Key Statistics, Forecasts, Telecom Market and Regulatory Overviews
Consistent with its status as one of the leading telecommunications economies in the world, Hong Kong has built itself world-class telecom infrastructure and has developed one of the most dynamic telecommunications markets in the world. Digitalised since 1995, the Special Administrative Region has one of the world's highest penetrations in mobiles, internet and broadband. Hong Kong's regulator, the Office of the Telecommunications Authority, has played a major role in developing the telecom sector. In addition to Hong Kong's strong technology edge, its close geographical (and political) proximity to mainland China makes it a key gateway for all foreign telecom companies and equipment vendors hoping to capture a share of that market. Hong Kong is also a key regional telecommunications hub and is the landing point for a significant number of strategically important submarine cables. This report provides a statistical view of the Hong Kong telecoms market including the established television industry which is being challenged by broadband television in its various forms. Forecasts are included for the fixed-line market for 2010-2012 and 2015.
Last Update: 24 May 2011 Number of Pages: 23
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Hong Kong - Major Telecom Players
Hong Kong has five mobile operators in a crowded market, which has continued to remain competitive through preparedness among the operators to restructure and be innovative. The number of operators has dropped from eight to five through a series of acquisitions. The vibrant market has also been well supported by the operators' keenness to value-add to their service offerings through fixed-line and mobile services. This has resulted in an increasing number of operators offering triple-play and even quadruple play services in a bid to drive up ARPU. This report provides details of the players in the Hong Kong telecommunications market together with relevant statistical information.
Companies covered in this report include PCCW, City Telecom, Hong Kong Broadband Network, Hutchison Telecom Hong Kong Holdings, Wharf T&T, iCable, CSL New World, Peoples, SmarTone-Vodafone
Last Update: 31 May 2011 Number of Pages: 26
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Hong Kong - Mobile Communications - Market Overview, Statistics and Forecasts
Growth in Hong Kong's mobile phone market has continued to grow despite having reached saturation point in 2002. Going into 2011 penetration was close to 190%. With a population of over seven million, the market is effectively saturated but has continued to remain competitive through preparedness among the operators to embrace new technology opportunities and be innovative with solution offerings. This report provides statistics and insights into Hong Kong's dynamic mobile market including the increasing uptake of 3G services, the introduction of LTE and the award of a mobile TV licence to China Mobile Hong Kong. In addition mobile forecasts are included up to 2016 for the total market and specifically for 3G.
Last Update: 24 May 2011 Number of Pages: 25
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Hong Kong - Telecommunications Infrastructure
Consistent with its status as one of the leading telecommunications economies in the world, Hong Kong has built itself world-class telecom infrastructure. Digitalised since 1995, the Special Administrative Region has been wired extensively with optical fibre cables, with the vast majority of households covered by this extensive broadband network. The rollout has been characterised by the utilisation of practically every type of technology. Hong Kong is naturally a key regional telecommunications hub and as such is the landing point for a significant number of strategically important submarine cables. Television is a substantial market in Hong Kong, with an estimated customer base of over 2.2 million households (99%). There are over 200 domestic, regional and international TV channels broadcasting in a range of languages, including free-to-air commercial channels, pay TV channels and a variety of FTA satellite channels. This report reviews the infrastructure established in Hong Kong, and developments in digital cable and satellite TV.
Last Update: 28 Apr 2010 Number of Pages: 20
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