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Telecom Readers' Survey 2014

These days we hear a lot about smartphones, big data, LTE, small cells and national ICT strategies, and we know everyone in the telecoms ecosystem is working to get the most out of these ideas. But how much push and pull is there between the different players involved? This survey drills down to identify differences of opinion as well as sweeping views on the path that some aspects of the industry may take.

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Update: The state of broadband in Latin Americatipo_prod_name_i

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Update: The state of broadband in Latin America

The prevalence of smartphones gives the impression that broadband is everywhere, but even so, the latest figures from the ITU suggested that at end-2011 only 40% of Latin Americans could be considered internet users. Therefore, governments in the region continue to be very interested in promoting uptake of broadband, and progressing to quality broadband at that. This Intelligence Series report considers the factors affecting actual and potential uptake of broadband in the region.

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Telecom Readers' Survey for 2013tipo_prod_name_i

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Telecom Readers' Survey for 2013

It took just a few years for mobile phones to become a normal part of the landscape in this region and the shift to smartphones has been even faster. The untapped potential of these devices suggests that we can expect similarly rapid change from now on, possibly with observable effects in the way we work and play during 2013 alone. In this context, our 2013 Survey asks readers to vote on the key areas to watch and, in some cases, to put a number on the degree of change we can expect this year.

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Broadband proliferation: An uphill battletipo_prod_name_i

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Broadband proliferation: An uphill battle

Most governments around the world have responded energetically to the idea that digital inclusion helps nations become more competitive with their peers and perhaps even catch up with more developed regions. All recognize that access to IT hardware resources is meaningless without suitable broadband connectivity, and in trying to resolve this part of the puzzle they run into the problem of balancing social benefit with the commercial aspects needed to make broadband self-sustaining. In this report we consider the complexity of not only achieving broadband proliferation but also ensuring that such infrastructure delivers the national development expected.

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Outlook 2012 (Technology)tipo_prod_name_i

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Outlook 2012 (Technology)

While our 2010 IT forecast for 2011 predicted strong growth in the region, investment in the sector actually surpassed expectations and major sector players all agreed that the year would ultimately close with growth of over 10% and that this trend will continue through 2012. In this 2012 IT Outlook, we take a closer look at the key factors that will color the coming year.

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Outlook 2012 (Telecommunications)tipo_prod_name_i

Intelligence Series

Outlook 2012 (Telecommunications)

For most Latin American operators, the daily grind now consists of pushing 3G access and smartphones, things that were practically science fiction for consumers 10 years ago. We have come a long way, but there are plenty of other services and innovations that are in the pipeline, or poised to gain scale. Our October Intelligence Series, the 2012 Outlook, covers the main trends to watch next year.

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Connecting the dots: challenges for the Caribbean telecoms industrytipo_prod_name_i

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Connecting the dots: challenges for the Caribbean telecoms industry

The Caribbean was one of the first parts of the CALA region to feature markets with mobile penetration of more than 100%, and some islands are even approaching 200% now. However, contrary to this early lead, the Caribbean is straggling when it comes to deployment of 3G networks. Only now is LIME deploying EDGE and Digicel deploying HSPA+, but these moves fit nicely against the backdrop of indepen... view more

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