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Frost & Sullivan: Competition from Triple and Quadruple Play Providers Drives Adoption in Latin American Fixed Broadband Services Market

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Frost & Sullivan: Competition from TripleFrost & Sullivan: Competition from Triple and Quadruple Play Providers Drives Adoption in Latin American Fixed Broadband Services Market PR Newswire BUENOS AIRES, Argentina, April 8, 2014 - Service providers should provide both connectivity and content services to broaden their customer base Increasing investments in network coverage expansion, coupled with the enhanced political and economic stability in most Latin American countries, is driving the fixed broadband services market in the region. Furthermore, the low level of broadband penetration in some Latin American countries is opening up opportunities for service providers in this space. New analysis from Frost & Sullivan, Latin American Fixed Broadband Services Markets, finds that the market earned revenues of $11.75 billion in 2013 and estimates this to reach $18.40 billion in 2018. The study covers asymmetric digital subscriber line, cable, wireless and fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) technologies. FTTH is emerging as the most promising technology in many countries across Latin America. "Broadband service providers will be looking to tap these market opportunities optimally through promotional offers as well as by investing in convergent services and integrated infrastructure networks," noted Frost & Sullivan Information & Communication Technologies Senior Consultant Ignacio Perrone.
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Frost & Sullivan: Competition from Triple and Quadruple Play Providers Drives Adoption in Latin American Fixed Broadband Services Market

PR Newswire

- Service providers should provide both connectivity and content services to broaden their customer base

Increasing investments in network coverage expansion, coupled with the enhanced political and economic stability in most Latin American countries, is driving the fixed broadband services market in the region. Furthermore, the low level of broadband penetration in some Latin American countries is opening up opportunities for service providers in this space.