Dublin, Ireland, Sept. 21, 2010-The in-flight broadband market has achieved a remarkable revival over the past several years. Plane deployments have skyrocketed from just 25 aircraft in 2008 to an expected 2,000 commercial aircraft by the end of 2010. While the installed base of aircraft is approaching a critical mass, the viability of in-flight broadband will be tested over the next year, according to a new report by Research and Markets.
New York, NY, September 15, 2010- The World Teleport Association announced publication of a new white paper, "Ka-Band and the Teleport," which examines how the coming wave of Ka-band satellite capacity may transform the business of companies that create and deliver services via satellite today.
Hong Kong, September 20, 2010– Broadband has taken a significant step forward as the number of subscriber lines passed the 500 million mark in July 2010.The milestone was revealed as the Broadband Forum provided its global Broadband and IPTV Industry Update at its quarterly meeting in Hong Kong today. Research by industry analysts Point Topic (http://www.point-topic.com) pinpointed the actual date as being in the third week in July and the Broadband Forum will mark the occasion with a Milestone Celebration later this week.
Dallas, TX, September 14, 2010- Television services in Latin America will grow by double digits over the next five years, outpacing service growth in Asia and other emerging markets, according to international research firm Parks Associates.
Amman, Jordan, September 6, 2010-- The United Arab Emirates is the most connected country in the Arab World according to the Arab Advisors Group’s annually released Total Country Connectivity Measure (TCCM); Saudi Arabia and Qatar followed in second and third ranks respectively. The Arab Advisors Group calculates its Total Country Connectivity Measure (TCCM) by adding the household mainlines penetration, cellular penetration, and Internet users penetration rates in each country.
Stockholm, Sweden, August 26, 2010--Ericsson's ConsumerLab has released the results of a recent study called "Multi Screen Media Consumption 2010". Data was collected in China, Germany, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, the UK and US. The sample in the study is representative of more than 300 million consumers.
Cambridge, MA, August 17, 2010--NSR’s annual in-depth analysis of the Mobile Satellite Services (MSS) market found the industry remained generally stable over the past 12 months amidst turmoil surrounding the global economy. By focusing on a core suite of unique applications and customers, in addition to funding and building the next generation of satellites to enable a new era in MSS provisioning, the MSS industry continues to trudge forward and plan for its next growth phase.
Scottsdale, Arizona, August 15, 2010--The digital radio market has just began to see consumer adoption in the US and Western Europe. By the end of 2010, about four million digital radios using iBiquity’s proprietary HD Radio technology will have shipped in the US. In Europe (led by Britain) governments have chosen the DAB standard and consumers have purchased nearly 13.5 million radio receivers. By 2015, the worldwide installed base of digital radio receivers, excluding handsets, is expected to reach nearly 200 million units.
DUBLIN, August 15, 2010— The global market for GPS navigation and Location Based Services to rise to $13.4 billion in 2014, a CAGR of 51.3% An increasing number handsets launched have GPS capability and we expect greater ubiquity of GPS / LBS over the next five years, according to Research and Markets's new report "US GPS Navigation and Location Based Services Forecast 2010-14."