Published on : Dec 26, 2016
ALBANY, NY, Dec 26, 2016: The report, titled “ Finland - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Digital Media - Statistics and Analyses,” explores the factors that are primed to influence the market and also presents a forecast until 2021. The report observes that the telecom market in Europe to be a progressive one, where regulators have been proactive in providing additional spectrum to telecom services, and healthy emphasis has been given to both the regulator and operators when it comes to new technologies, especially in the mobile sector. Due to this aggressive spectrum allocations, Finland is rated to have significant penetration of broadband and mobile connections among all European nations.
Finland was the first country to deploy 3G network using 900MHz spectrum, and 5G technologies are expected to be trialed in 2017. The Government of Finland aspires to delivery 100Mb/s to all premises, out of which more than half of all households are already able to access a 100Mb/s service. Owing to this robust telecom infrastructure, the report notes that digital media has also developed quite rapidly in the country.
The report contains chapters on new regulatory framework (NRF), privatization of telecom in the country of Finland, number portability (NP), and carrier preselection (CPS). It also offers analysis of current operators in the telecoms, mobile, broadband, and digital media in Finland. The operators are Telia, Finnet Group, Yleisradio, DNA, Elisa, Tele2, DNA, TDC Finland, Digita, Helsinki Television, Sonera Cable, and Canal+.
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The section on telecom infrastructure includes a view of next generation networks, international infrastructure, and smart metering. It also has sections on broadband market, digital media, and mobile communications. The report identifies some of the key aspects of the Finland market for telecoms, mobile, broadband, and digital media, such as regulating policies for new connection and line rental pricing, Nordic regulators agree to closer co-operation for regional markets, and the fall of fixed-voice subscriptions.
As far as competitive landscape is concerned, it’s a highly competitive market with plenty of innovative technologies being introduced. This has also helped mobile call charges and data charges the lowest among the EU member states. The report catches some of the key developments such as DNA contracts Teleste to provide DOCSIS3.1 equipment and launches 1Gb/s broadband service. Telia trials G.fast technology in Helsinki with Huawei, Cinia Group to build a 685-mile submarine cable linking Finland with Germany, Elisa claims 1.9Gb/s download on its LTE network, Ukko Mobile contracts Huawei to develop an LTE450 network, and Nokia developing 5G data network.
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