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TIME November 2007

Broadband Market Development in Germany

A multi-indicator view

In the past Germany was repeatedly criticised because of what appeared to be its underdeveloped internet market when the number of broadband connections per household was compared with other industrialised countries. The report demonstrates that a broader spectrum of indicators shows that Germany holds a good position in the market for broadband internet access when compared to other European countries. [...]

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TIME May 2007

Telecom Operators

Caution - work ahead

More than ever, European telecom operators must juggle between shrinking revenues in their traditional businesses on the one hand and opportunities to capture growth in attractive new markets on the other, driven by the development of fixed and mobile broadband. [...]

TIME May 2007

HSPA and mobile WiMax for Mobile Broadband Wireless Access

HSPA and mobile WiMax for Mobile Broadband Wireless Access.

The advent of mobile broadband access is accompanied by significant uncertainties over the likely future successes of the new technology choices that are becoming available. In particular, the relative commercial and technical advantages and disadvantages of operating HSPA vs. mobile WiMax remain unresolved. [...]

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TIME December 2006

Web 2.0

Web reloaded? Driving convergence in the "real world"

Arthur D. Little has led a number of Web 2.0 projects. One of the lessons learned out of these projects is that Web 2.0 is not only gaining speed in the US but also in Europe. Recent deals, such as the acquisition of MySpace by the News Corporation, the acquisition of myvideo.de by ProSiebenSat1, the partnership between Soonr and Swisscom or the success of Jajah.at, are just a few examples of the rising importance of new Web applications all over the world. In our white paper, we show the most important trends driving Web applications, detail our view of Web 2.0, analyse the underlying business models and show the implications of the "New Web" on the TIME industries. [...]

TIME September 2006

Broadband Vision 2011

In our third report on the Broadband industry, we have assessed three basic industry scenarios, namely operator dominance, shift of value towards internet companies and sponsored environments to provide a broad understanding of the Broadband Vision 2011. The report also highlights evolution of services like high-end video services, implied bandwidth requirements and provides a comparison between different broadband access technologies. [...]

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TIME March 2006

Telecom Operators: Facing off on Convergence

Telecom Operators: Facing off on Convergence

This white paper is an update of last year's study "More effort required" and is based on a survey conducted by Arthur D. Little and Exane BNP Paribas of selected industry experts, such as telecommunications operators, suppliers, regulators and content aggregators in Europe. The report highlights fixed-mobile convergence and related strategic options for telecom operators. [...]

TIME March 2006

Mobilizing Enterprise

Mobile Enterprise Solutions have reached a development stage in which they can bring considerable benefits to companies. Arthur D. Little and the communications solutions provider, Ericsson, recently conducted a joint survey of current trends in Mobile Enterprise Solutions. The study found that Mobile Enterprise enables a company to realize significant cost savings, improve customer and employee satisfaction, and increase employee flexibility, and thus flexibility of the entire company. [...]

TIME January 2006

Deregulation of the Telecom Sector and its Impact on the Overall Economy

Deregulation is being discussed in many countries as a means to provide incentives for investments into new infrastructure. This includes the EU, where deregulation is likely to be brought forward as one aspect of the forthcoming review of the EU regulatory framework for electronic communications and services. In its analysis, Arthur D. Little assesses deregulation and its impact on telecommunications market performance and the overall economic development. The impact of deregulation is critical, especially in terms of the current debate in many countries about whether or not investments into new infrastructure, such as fibre to the home or to the curb, should be subject to regulation. [...]

TIME October 2005

Strategic Planning for Telecom Companies 2005

Strategic Planning is a key factor for a company's growth and success, but its importance is often neglected and only half-heartedly executed. However, in today's competitive and unpredictable environment with fast-changing customer needs, it is more important than ever to proactively and professionally plan where the company is heading, to ensure long-term success and maximise shareholder value creation. [...]

TIME July 2005

Arthur D. Little Global Broadband Report Update 2005 "Growth Fuels Disruption"

Based on interviews carried out in 22 countries and proprietary research, the Broadband Report offers perspectives on the evolution towards profitable Broadband and potential courses of action for all industry players. In the Arthur D. Little Broadband Update 2005, we focus on three main segments of the Broadband industry: content and applications, network and access, and devices. We also analyse key trends shaping the future of the Broadband access industry itself and having a significant impact on other related industries, such as entertainment (TV), telecommunications (VoIP) and electronics (home gateways). [...]

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