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Plunkett's Telecommunications Industry Almanac 2013: Telecommunications Industry Market Research, Statistics, Trends & Leading Companies

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Plunkett's Telecommunications Industry Almanac 2013: Telecommunications Industry Market Research, Statistics, Trends & Leading Companies

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PLUNKETT'S TELECOMMUNICATIONS INDUSTRY ALMANAC 2013

Key Features:

-Industry trends analysis, market data and competitive intelligence

-Market forecasts and Industry Statistics

-Industry Associations and Professional Societies List

-In-Depth Profiles of hundreds of leading companies

-Industry Glossary

-Buyer may register for access to search and export data at Plunkett Research Online

Pages: 590Statistical Tables Provided: 18Companies Profiled: 416Geographic Focus: Global

A complete market research report, including forecasts and market estimates, technologies analysis and developments at innovative firms. You will gain vital insights that can help you shape your own strategy for business development, product development and investments.

-How is the industry evolving?

-How is the industry being shaped by new technologies?

-How is demand growing in emerging markets and mature economies?

-What is the size of the market now and in the future?

-What are the financial results of the leading companies?

-What are the names and titles of top executives?

-What are the top companies and what are their revenues?

Contents, Statistics, Forecasts and Analysis Include:

Major Trends Affecting the Telecommunications Industry

1) Introduction to the Telecommunications Industry

2) A Brief History of Deregulation

3) Local Landline Service Suffers; Bundled Services Pick Up Some of the Slack

4) 3G Cellular Systems, Including EV-DO, Are Enhanced/HSPA+ Offers High Speed Competition to 4G

5) LTE Offers 4G High-Speed Wireless Networks

6) Wi-Fi Is Pervasive and Indispensible

7) Chinese, Indian and African Cellphone Markets Skyrocket

8) VOIP Use Soars and Threatens to Revolutionize Telecom

9) Telecom Equipment Makers Face Intense Competition from Manufacturers in China

10) TV over IP—Telecom Companies Enter the Television Market

11) Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) Gains Traction

12) Global Broadband Market Nears 2 Billion Subscribers, Fixed and Wireless

13) Cable Providers Compete Aggressively For Telephone and Internet Access Business

14) Telecommunications Systems Move Online Including Unified Communications, Telepresence

15) Carriers Eliminate Unlimited Access Plans for Smartphones and Landlines, Up Profit Potential

Telecommunications Industry Statistics

1) Telecommunications Industry Overview

2) Quarterly Telecommunications Industry Revenue by Class of Customer, U.S.: 1st Quarter 2011 - 1st Quarter 2012

3) Wired Telecommunications Carriers, Estimated Sources of Revenue & Expenses, U.S.: 2007-2010

4) Wired Telecommunications Carriers, Estimated Breakdown of Revenue by Type of Customer, U.S.: 2007-2010

5) The Baby Bells Then & Now

6) Household Wired Telephone Subscribership, U.S.: November 1983-July 2011

7) Annual Personal Consumption Expenditures on Telecommunications, U.S.: 1980-2011

8) Cellular & Other Wireless Telecommunications, Estimated Sources of Revenue, U.S.: 2007-2010

9) Top Mobile Operators by Number of Subscribers, Worldwide

10) Internet Access Technologies Compared

11) Wireless Standards & Speeds

12) Satellite Telecommunications, Estimated Sources of Revenue & Expenses: 2006-2010

13) Internet Service Providers: Estimated Sources of Revenue & Expenses, U.S.: 2006-2010

14) Number of Business & Residential High Speed Internet Lines, U.S.: 2008-2011

15) Cable & Other Program Distribution, Estimated Sources of Revenue & Expenses, U.S.: 2006-2011

16) Quantity & Value of Quarterly Shipments of Telecommunications Equipment, U.S.: 2010-2nd Quarter 2011

17) Imports & Exports of Telecommunications Equipment, U.S.: 2006-1st Quarter 2012

18) Employment in the Telecommunications Industry, U.S.: 1990-2011

Table of Contents

PLUNKETT'STELECOMMUNICATIONS INDUSTRYALMANAC 2013CONTENTSA Short Telecommunications Industry Glossary xIntroduction 1How To Use This Book 3Chapter 1: Major Trends Affecting the Telecommunications Industry 71) Introduction to the Telecommunications Industry 72) A Brief History of Deregulation 93) Local Landline Service Suffers; Bundled Services Pick Up Some of the Slack 104) 3G Cellular Systems, Including EV-DO, Are Enhanced/HSPA+ Offers High SpeedCompetition to 4G 115) LTE Offers 4G High-Speed Wireless Networks 126) Wi-Fi Is Pervasive and Indispensible 137) Chinese, Indian and African Cellphone Markets Skyrocket 148) VOIP Use Soars and Threatens to Revolutionize Telecom 159) Telecom Equipment Makers Face Intense Competition from Manufacturers in China 1610) TV over IP—Telecom Companies Enter the Television Market 1711) Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) Gains Traction 1812) Global Broadband Market Nears 2 Billion Subscribers, Fixed and Wireless 1913) Cable Providers Compete Aggressively For Telephone and Internet Access Business 2014) Telecommunications Systems Move Online Including Unified Communications,Telepresence 2015) Carriers Eliminate Unlimited Access Plans for Smartphones and Landlines, Up ProfitPotential 22Chapter 2: Telecommunications Industry Statistics 24Telecommunications Industry Overview 25Quarterly Telecommunications Industry Revenue by Class of Customer, U.S.:1st Quarter 2011 - 1st Quarter 2012 26Wired Telecommunications Carriers, Estimated Sources of Revenue & Expenses, U.S.:2007-2010 27Wired Telecommunications Carriers, Estimated Breakdown of Revenue by Type of Customer,U.S.: 2007-2010 28The Baby Bells Then & Now 29Household Wired Telephone Subscribership, U.S.: November 1983-July 2011 30Annual Personal Consumption Expenditures on Telecommunications, U.S.: 1980-2011 32Cellular & Other Wireless Telecommunications, Estimated Sources of Revenue, U.S.:2007-2010 33Top Mobile Operators by Number of Subscribers, Worldwide 34Internet Access Technologies Compared 35Wireless Standards & Speeds 36Satellite Telecommunications, Estimated Sources of Revenue & Expenses: 2006-2010 37Internet Service Providers: Estimated Sources of Revenue & Expenses, U.S.: 2006-2010 38Number of Business & Residential High Speed Internet Lines, U.S.: 2008-2011 39Cable & Other Program Distribution, Estimated Sources of Revenue & Expenses, U.S.:2006-2011 40Quantity & Value of Quarterly Shipments of Telecommunications Equipment, U.S.:2010-2nd Quarter 2011 41Imports & Exports of Telecommunications Equipment, U.S.: 2006-1st Quarter 2012 42Employment in the Telecommunications Industry, U.S.: 1990-2011 43Chapter 3: Important Telecommunications Industry Contacts 44Addresses, Telephone Numbers and Internet SitesChapter 4: THE TELECOMMUNICATIONS 400:Who They Are and How They Were Chosen 77Industry List, With Codes 78Index of Companies Within Industry Groups 80Alphabetical Index 90Index of U.S. Headquarters Location by State 94Index of Non-U.S. Headquarters Location by Country 97Index of Regions of the U.S. Where the Firms Have Locations 100Index of Firms with International Operations 108Individual Profiles on each of THE TELECOMMUNICATIONS 400 111Additional IndexesIndex of Hot Spots for Advancement for Women/Minorities 529Index of Subsidiaries, Brand Names and Selected Affiliations 531

Companies Mentioned

360networks CorpAAPT LimitedAastra IntecomAccton Technology CorpAcme Packet IncACT Conferencing IncADTRAN IncAdvanced Info Service plcAdvanced Micro Devices Inc (AMD)Akamai Technologies IncAlaska Communications Systems Group IncAlcatel-LucentAlpheus CommunicationsAmerica Movil SAB de CVAmphenol CorporationAnaren IncAnixter International IncAnritsu CoAquis Communications Group IncArbinet CorporationARC Wireless Solutions IncArqiva LimitedARRIS Group IncAsia Satellite Telecommunications Holding LtdAsiainfo-Linkage IncAspect Software IncAT&T IncAtlantic Tele-Network IncAvaya IncAviat Networks IncAware IncAxiata Group BerhadAxway IncBangkok Cable Co LtdBaran Telecom IncBCE Inc (Bell Canada Enterprises)Beetel Teletech LimitedBelden IncBelgacom SABelkin International IncBell Aliant Regional Communications IncBenQ CorporationBezeq-The Israel Telecommunications Corp LtdBharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL)Bharti Airtel LtdBirch CommunicationsBlack Box CorporationBlonder Tongue Laboratories IncBlue Coat Systems IncBoingo Wireless IncBosch Communications Systems IncBouygues SABrightpoint IncBrightstar CorporationBroadcom CorpBroadview Networks IncBT Global ServicesBT Group plcCable & Wireless Worldwide plcCableuropa SAUCablevision Systems CorpCalAmp CorpCalient Technologies IncCalix IncCarphone Warehouse Group plcCarso Global Telecom SAB de CVCavalier Telephone LLCCelestica IncCellco Partnership (Verizon Wireless)Cellcom Israel LtdCenturyLink IncCerticom CorpCeske Radiokomunikace ASChannell Commercial CorpCharter Communications IncChina Mobile Communications CorporationChina Mobile LimitedChina Potevio Company LimitedChina Telecom Corporation LtdChina Unicom (Hong Kong) LtdChunghwa Telecom Co LtdCiena CorpCincinnati Bell IncCisco Systems IncCity Telecom (HK) LtdClearOne Communications IncClearwire CorpCogent CommunicationsCOLT Group SAComcast CorpCommScope IncCommunications Systems IncCompania Anonima Nacional Telefonos de VenezuelaCompletel Europe NVComtech Telecommunications CorpComverse Technology IncConsolidated Communications Holdings IncCorning IncCOSMOTE Mobile Telecommunications SACovista Communications IncCox Communications IncCritical Path IncCURRENT Group LLCDatang Telecom Technology Co LtdDeltathree IncDeutsche Telekom AGDialogic IncDigerati Technologies IncDiGi.Com BerhadDigital Angel CorpDigital Lightwave IncDIRECTVD-Link CorporationDRI CorporationDSP Group IncDycom Industries IncEarthLink IncEasyLink Services International CorporationEchoStar CorpECI Telecom LtdEF Johnson Technologies IncEircom Group plcElisa CorporationEmbratel Participacoes SAEmirates Telecommunications Corporation (Etisalat)Empresa Nacional de Telecomunicaciones SAEmrise CorporationEMS Technologies IncEndwave CorporationEnterasys Networks IncEntrust IncEquinix IncExtreme Networks IncF5 Networks IncFairPoint Communications IncFASTWEB SpAFiltronic plcFinisar CorporationFlextronics International LtdFocus Enhancements IncFoxconn International Holdings LtdFoxconn Technology Co LtdFrance Telecom SAFreenet AGFrontier Communications CorporationFujitsu LimitedFujitsu Network Communications IncGarmin LtdGeneral Cable CorpGeneral Communication Inc (GCI)Gilat Satellite Networks LtdGlobal Crossing LtdGlobalstar IncGlobecomm Systems IncGlowpoint IncGo Daddy Group IncGolden Telecom IncGrupo Iusacell SA de CVGVT Holding SAHarmonic IncHarris CorporationHector Communications CorporationHellenic Telecommunications Organization SAHello Direct IncHewlett-Packard Co (HP)Hickory Tech CorporationHigher One Holdings IncHikari Tsushin IncHuawei Technologies Co LtdHutchison Telecommunications Hong Kong Holdings LtdIA Global IncIBasis IncICF CorporationIDT CorporationIliad SAInfinera CorpInfoSonics CorporationInmarsat plcInsight Communications Company IncIntegral Systems IncIntel CorpIntelsat LtdInterDigital IncInternap Network Services CorpInternational Business Machines Corp (IBM)Internet America IncInternet Initiative Japan IncInvitel Holdings A/SIridium Communications, Inc.ITI Limitedj2 Global IncJabil Circuit IncJDS Uniphase CorporationJuniper Networks IncKCOM Group PLCKDDI CorpKnology IncKratos Defense & Security Solutions IncKT CorporationKyocera CorpL-3 Communications Holdings IncLattice IncLCC International IncLeap Wireless International IncLevel 3 Communications IncLG Electronics IncLG Electronics USA IncLG Uplus CorpLiberty Global IncLiveWire Mobile IncLoral Space & Communications LtdM1 LtdmagicJack VocalTec LtdMagyar Telekom Telecommunications plcMahanagar Telephone Nigam LtdManitoba Telecom Services IncMaroc Telecom SAMaroc Telecom SAMarvell Technology Group LtdMatrix Telecom IncMcAfee IncMediacom Communications CorpMedTel Services LLCMetroPCS Communications IncMicronetics IncMicrosoft CorpMillicom International Cellular SAMiTAC International CorpMitel Networks CorpMobilcom-Debitel GmbHMobile Telecommunications Company KSC (Zain Group)Mobile Telesystems OJSCMobistarMTS Allstream IncNet2Phone IncNETGEAR IncNetScout Systems IncNeuStar IncNII Holdings IncNippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp (NTT)Nokia CorporationNokia Siemens NetworksNotify Technology CorpNovell IncnTelos Holdings CorpNTT DoCoMo IncO3b Networks IncOclaro IncOi SAOpen Text CorpOpnext IncOpterna AM IncOrange SAOrascom Telecom Holding SAEOrbital Sciences CorpPacnetPac-West Telecomm IncPAETEC Holding CorpPanasonic CorporationPanasonic Mobile Communications Co LtdPartner Communications Co LtdPCCW LimitedPerusahaan Perseroan PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia Tbk (Telkom)Phazar CorpPhilippine Long Distance Telephone CompanyPhones International GroupPlantronics IncPMC-Sierra IncPolska Telefonia CyfrowaPolycom IncPortugal Telecom SGPS SAPowerwave Technologies IncPremiere Global Services IncPrimus Telecommunications Group IncProxim Wireless CorpPT Indosat TbkPurple Communications IncQiao Xing Mobile Communication Co LtdQiao Xing Universal Resources IncQisda CorporationQualcomm Atheros IncQualcomm IncQuanta Services IncQuorTech Solutions LtdRackspace Hosting IncRaytheon Applied Signal Technology IncRCN CorpResearch In Motion Ltd (RIM)Rogers Communications IncRogers Communications PartnershipRohde & Schwarz GmbH & Co KGRostelecomRoyal KPN NVRoyal Philips Electronics NVRSA Security IncSafeNet IncSafran SASage Telecom IncSagem TelecommunicationsSamsung Electronics Co LtdSanmina-SCI CorporationSANYO Electric Company LtdSAVVIS IncSCANA CorporationScanSource IncSES SASFRShared TechnologiesShaw Communications IncShenandoah Telecommunications CoSiemens AGSingapore Technologies Telemedia Pte LtdSingapore Telecommunications LimitedSingTel Optus Pty LimitedSitel CorporationSK Broadband Co LtdSK Telecom Co LtdSkype Technologies SASmarTone Telecommunications Holdings LtdSMTC CorpSocket Mobile IncSoftbank CorpSonicWALL IncSony MobileSopra Group SASpanlink CommunicationsSprint Nextel CorpStartec Global Communications CorpStratos Global CorpSuddenlink CommunicationsSureWest CommunicationsSwisscom AGSycamore Networks IncSykes Enterprises IncSymmetricom IncSyniverse TechnologiesTata Communications LtdTata GroupTata Teleservices LimitedTCI International IncTCL CorporationTDC A/STDS Telecommunications CorpTekelecTektronix IncTelcordia TechnologiesTele Norte Leste Participacoes SATele2 ABTelecom Argentina SATelecom Corp of New Zealand LtdTelecom Italia SpATelecomunicaciones de Puerto Rico IncTelefon AB LM Ericsson (Ericsson)Telefonica Brasil SATelefonica Chile SATelefonica Czech Republic ASTelefonica de Argentina SATelefonica del Peru SAATelefonica Europe plcTelefonica SATelefonos de Mexico SAB de CV (Telmex)Telekom Austria AGTelekomunikacja Polska SATelemig Celular Participacoes SATelenor ASATelephone and Data Systems Inc (TDS)Telesoft CorpTeleTech Holdings IncTeliaSonera ABTelirisTelkom SA LtdTellabs IncTellme Networks IncTelstra Corp LtdTelular CorpTELUS CorporationTEO LT ABTerremark Worldwide IncTESSCO Technologies IncTHUS plcTII Network Technologies IncTIM Participacoes SATKH Group NVT-Mobile InternationalT-Mobile USA IncTollgrade Communications IncTomTom NVToshiba CorporationTOT pclTotal Access Communication PCLTrimble Navigation LtdTurkcell Iletisim Hizmetleri ASTW Telecom IncUlticom IncUniden CorporationUnited Online IncUnited States Cellular CorpUSA Mobility IncUTStarcom IncVASCO Data Security International IncVentraqVeramark Technologies IncVerio IncVeriSign IncVerizon Communications IncViaSat IncViasystems Group IncVicorp Group plcViewCast.com IncVimpelCom LtdVirgin Media Business LtdVirgin Media IncVirgin Mobile USA IncVivendi SAVivo Participacoes SAVodafone Group plcVonage Holdings CorpVTech Holdings LimitedWarwick Valley Telephone CoWeb.com Group IncWebEx Communications IncWegener CorpWest CorporationWestell Technologies IncWIND Hellas Telecommunications SAWindstream CorporationWorldGate Communications IncXETA Technologies IncXIUSXO Holdings IncZhone Technologies IncZoom Technologies IncZTE Corporation

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