CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Nov. 3, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- More than 10 percent of the world's broadband households were served by FTTH/B networks in 2010, which will more than double by 2016 thanks to the increasing footprint of fiber networks. Wireline network operators' imminent migration to a next-generation infrastructure presents both an opportunity and a risk for those advising operators conducting business in this space, according to Ozgur Aytar, Research Director and Practice Leader for Broadband & Media.
The Fiber in the Last Mile Insight Pack offers analysis on FTTH/B network models, performance and economics, emerging services and products, service adoption trends and new business models for network operators. The Insight Pack's Report is delivered in PowerPoint format and accompanied by an Excel file that contains historical and projected data for the 2007-2016 period, including: broadband service adoption by technology, FTTH broadband service adoption by region, FTTH broadband lines as percentage of total broadband lines by region, FTTH broadband household ARPL by region, FTTH broadband service revenue by region and FTTH broadband service revenue as percentage of total broadband service revenue by region. It also includes a live webinar session with a Pyramid Research Consultant, giving clients quick and direct insight into key trends.
"Capex per home continues to be very high for FTTH, and operators will have to improve the other metrics – from product attractiveness, customer satisfaction and ability to meet future demand to operational efficiency, ARPU, penetration of homes passed and revenue-generating services – to make the FTTH investment a financial success," says Aytar. "Built around detailed operator case studies, our Insight Pack helps those who advise wireline operators by uncovering the implications of different FTTH/B network models for the expansion of services, current and planned services, how the role of network service providers is evolving, and the development of new business opportunities and business models for network service providers to recoup their investment."
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