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Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam & the Philippines Have One the Fastest Growing Telecommunication Industries; Due to Privatization of Industries

Dublin (PRWEB) December 7, 2005

Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of Telecommunications Equipment Market: Outlook 2006 2012, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam & Philippines to their offering.

Telecommunications is a large and dynamic business that continues to enjoy significant growth worldwide in past few quarters. Trillion dollars flowed into the telecom industry during the tech bubble of the late 1990s, but after several brutal years watching telecom industry fortunes being driven downwardwith the attendant layoffs, bankruptcies, and even a few accounting scandalsin late 2004 and 2005 the telecommunications industry has turned the corner.

North America (NA) has the slowest growth rate but is region with the largest telecommunications services revenue, Europe and Middle East/Africa (EMEA) exhibits a slightly higher growth rate due to growth in the wireless market and growth from less developed sub-regions of Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. While for the most of the mature telecom services markets, growth is most dependent on new services as opposed to subscriber growth scenario is opposite for underdeveloped markets. The faster-growing regions are Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) and Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam & Philippines/Pacific (AP) due to combination of a rapidly expanding middle class and increased privatization of key industries. The resulting pent-up demand for telecommunications services, much of which is satisfied by wireless services, is reflected in its high growth relative to the worldwide composite.

Telecommunications is a mature industry that has been globally available for some time. Growth of subscribers, traffic, and most importantly revenues, is by no means automatic. Entry costs for new users and tariffs must be continuously reduced to increase subscriber numbers and minutes of use. Infrastructure solutions that deliver lower cost coverage and more efficient capacity are critical to drive up service volumes and revenues. Competition is often already intense amongst the established players.

Additionally, there is a steady stream of new operators and service providers who build up their service capabilities with the latest technology, hoping to create a major competitive advantage. Key needs for telecom operators are higher volumes and new services to sustain revenue growth and improved cost efficiency to protect margins. A prudent yet aggressive adoption of business enhancing technology is also needed to ensure current and future competitiveness: especially as future IP based communications creates the opportunity for much wider competition. Business Growth, Cost Efficiency and Evolution are therefore regarded as key drivers.

Improvements to the Infrastructure, that continued technological advancement and the ongoing transformation of network infrastructure, are ultimately driven by end-user demand for bandwidth. The migration of networks from legacy electronic circuit switching to IP based packet switching is paramount to keeping pace with the transmission requirements of innovative, high-bandwidth services and applications. To accomplishing this requires carriers to update systems and equipment at all levels of the telecommunications network architectureend-user, access, metro, and core. Some of the equipment areas showing optimistic outlook are softswitches, optical add-drop & wavelength division multiplexers, optical fibers, as well as discrete optical components such as transmitters, tunable lasers, and modulators to name a few.


This report focuses on the global telecommunication equipment market. The report highlights the trends and the factors responsible for growth in the market. This report summarizes the current conditions in the telecommunications industry, providing analysis of most of the telecommunication equipment segments, providing fundamental background issues to detailed forecasts accompanied by practical strategic advice offering a sweeping examination of the telecommunication equipment marketplace.

This report from our Telecommunication Market Outlook series, covers the outlook for telecommunication equipment across more than 20 countries (detailed reports specific to each of this country can be provided separately as a report). It includes a useful set of market data and recommendations in order to help reader understand the current and future market dynamics. This study looks at the drivers for, and barriers to, growth of telecommunications markets along with a broad spectrum of up-to-date information, capturing the essence of each segments challenges, opportunities, growth and direction. An engaging, analytical discussion guides one through the report, providing insight of interrelating segments on the communications network, high-speed access, circuit vs. packet switching, operations support systems, residential and business customers, and the regulatory environment.

Further considering the changing nature of the telecom services landscape the impacts that new developments like WiFi, WiMAX, 3G, Softswitch, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) market as well as IP-based applications will have on existing telecom landscape are also presented. The report includes information on value, volume and segmentation, provides exhaustive analysis of the industrys prospects, competitive landscape, market dynamics and leading players.

This report provides forecasts till 2012. These forecasts are built to a very complex bottoms-up design, and include all vital parameters, further they are analyzed based on region, technology and various other market forces. Moderate and aggressive forecasts are provided for virtually all forecasts. This keeps audience rooted to ground and not get too exited or hyped. Highlight of this report is a detailed worldwide evaluation of the future trends and current directions providing tools that players need to tackle key industry challenges across each link in the technology value chain.


The primary audience for this report is managers involved with the highest levels of the strategic planning process, and consultants who help their clients with this task. The user will not only benefit from the hundreds of hours that went into the methodology and its application, but also from its perspective and high quality analysis and strategic discussions. An exceptional report, which will support high caliber strategic planning professionals determined to succeed in this dynamic industry and willing to go an extra mile.

This research is targeted towards Telecommunications Technology and Product Companies, Telecom Equipment Manufacturers, IP Applications, Software and Hardware Vendors. This research is also appropriate for: Telecom Services Providers, Operators, Regulators, Value Added Service Providers, IT firms that are targeting or intending to target telecom landscape, and any & every organisations that plan to use communications to enhance overall productivity. Further due to extensive coverage in easy to understand format and comprehensive analysis and strategic discussion makes report condensed knowledge booster for other professionals or students interested in Telecommunication Technology.

Whether youre an industry veteran or new to telecom, This report will serve as a frequently referenced book for years to come, supplying hard data and sound analysis on pressing equipment issues. Concise, clear, and current, the review is a detailed strategic tool that amasses a years worth of telecom researchover a dozen segmentsinto one comprehensive resource.

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