Gain an in-depth understanding of the key findings from the MD-VSUB-134 dataset.
Strategize broadband and pay TV strategies with subscriber forecasts extending through 2030.
Identify key growth markets with regional and market-level breakouts.
Understand demand by access type with granularity into the subscriber’s access technology for both broadband (Digital Subscriber Line (DSL), cable, fiber) and pay TV (cable, satellite, Internet Protocol Television (IPTV), etc.).
Critical Questions Answered
Which core trends are driving disruption in the broadband and pay TV subscriber markets?
How large is the current subscriber base for broadband and pay TV, and how will it evolve through 2030?
Which regions are experiencing the greatest levels of subscriber growth?
What access technologies are subscribers relying upon, and how are these projected to change by the end of the decade?
Contextualization of the key findings from MD-VSUB-134.
Broadband and pay TV subscriber base forecasts and service revenue forecasts by region.
Granular insights into different pay TV platforms (satellite, cable, IPTV, Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT)), broadband platforms (DSL, cable, fiber optic), and fixed wireless broadband (5G, Long Term Evolution (LTE)).
Who Should Read This?
Service providers for broadband and/or pay TV seeking insight into current market trends and future trajectories.
Product managers responsible for set-top box and broadband Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) strategy.
Decision makers with chipset vendors supplying broadband or pay TV equipment.
Analysts tracking the broadband or pay TV markets.
Executives of software solution providers for pay TV and broadband services.
Table of Contents
Fixed Broadband Subscriptions: Key Findings
Fixed Broadband Subscriptions: North American Market Spotlight
Fixed Broadband Subscriptions: Latin American Market Spotlight
Fixed Broadband Subscriptions: European Market Spotlight