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Business Broadband Increasing in Europe

March 1, 2004

Research and Markets are delighted to announce the addition of The evolving European business broadband market to their offering

(PRWEB) February 29, 2004--Business broadband connectivity is a key component in ICT development, adoption and use. It is of strategic importance to all countries accelerating economic growth in all sectors and facilitating innovation. The report focuses on the different types of connectivity deployed, which vertical sectors are most likely to benefit and how providers are tackling regulatory issues with this market.

This report is designed to examine:

The current state of the Western European business broadband market, forecasting revenue growth over the next four years.

The report covers 7 Western European countries, 7 vertical markets and 6 of the most important connectivity technologies including leased lines.

The report also highlights:

The public sector will increasingly use broadband access as governments place more
services online. Whereas these agencies would not have had the budget to afford local leased line connections, SDSL has made this option affordable.

Broadband networks will be key for the implementation of enhanced applications such
as IP VPNs, VoIP, managed network services and unified communications.

Even though the position of the incumbents as the leading provisioners of Broadband Internet access is being gradually eroded, they will continue to dominate for the seeable future in the DSL and leased line space.

Reasons to purchase the report

Identify and evaluate factors that will affect the business broadband uptake across Western Europe

Use the forecasting figures to understand access technology uptake in various vertical markets

Find out which applications and services will increase demand for broadband technologies and how they will affect longer-term broadband strategies

Region: European

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The source of this news release is PRWeb.


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