Published on : Apr 10, 2017
Albany, New York, April 10, 2017: The report offers a comprehensive overview of the U.S. telecommunication, mobile, broadband, and digital media markets. The in-depth insights include analysis of key industry dynamics, share and size of various segments, current strategic landscape, regulatory framework, emerging technologies, and lucrative market avenues.
Recent developments in large broadband infrastructure expected to alter the competitive dynamics of the market in the coming years are evaluated in the report. The research study zeroes in on key investment strategies adopted by leading players to consolidate their market shares. The report offers an assessment of recent macroeconomic developments that have influenced the strategy of major telecommunication companies and cable operators in the U.S. In addition, the regional licensing framework is covered in the study.
The developments in the mobile network and broadband markets are majorly driven by a burgeoning mobile subscriber base, emergence of higher spectrum technologies, and favorable government regulations and policies. In recent years, the substantial growth of mobile data has increasingly offset losses arising from declining revenue from voice-based services in the U.S. The soaring adoption of LTE-based services and the launch of 5G technologies by leading technology companies, spearheaded by AT&T, has stimulated the uptake of mobile data.
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Several developers are actively working to harness the capabilities of allied technologies, such as NB-IoT, LTE-U, and LTE-A. This is expected to push the commercialization initiatives of 5G technology by the end of 2018. The multi-stage spectrum auction by the Federal Communications Commission has incentivized several big companies such as AT&T Inc., Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile US Inc., and Sprint Corp. to bid for the spectrum. Furthermore, American pay-TV service provider Dish Network Corp. and telecommunications conglomerate Comcast Corporation have intended to make a foray into the bidding process. These are encouraging developments that augur well for the broadband and mobile markets.
The growing demand for fixed and mobile data networks has intensified the pressure on various operators to invest in the development of fiber network. The historic efforts by Google Fiber to expand fiber-to-the-premises services to different parts of the U.S. have spurred investments in fiber infrastructure. The surge in Internet access services provided by local players, called municipal networks, has led to the expansion of fiber infrastructure market, positively impacting the market. Furthermore, stalwarts such as AT&T and Verizon have shifted their investments to pure fiber technology. AT&T has projected to plan nationwide LTE-M services by mid-2017. Recent governmental efforts have been focused on provisioning significant funds for the development of broadband infrastructure. This is expected to create new revenue streams in the mobile and broadband markets.
Prominent companies eyeing a significant chunk of the market share include AT&T, Sprint Corporation, Verizon, T-Mobile US, MetroPCS Communications, TracFone, Leap Wireless, Frontline, US Cellular, Alltel, Google, Clearwire, CenturyLink, and Frontier Communications.
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