Overall growth in the national subscriber base in the medium to long term was expected to continue at a strong rate; by mid-2013 the net subscriber numbers are increasing once more
Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) August 24, 2013
India’s telecom market feels the mobile sector turmoil as the shake-out from 2G scandal continues and the Indian big data market is at its growing stage and is mainly dominated by foreign vendors who have managed to mark a significant presence in the country as per these new research reports The report “Big Data Market in India 2013” furnishes explicit details on the crucial aspects of the overall market to provide a holistic view, with the aide of crisp and insightful representation of market data. The vast demographic diversification prevailing in the country will further technology adoption amongst business of all nature, thereby amplifying digital data generation by manifolds. Some factors such as the burgeoning internet usage across the nation, emergence of smart handheld devices and the explosion in the social media domain were identified to be prime reasons driving the big data market. While the key hindrances for the market comprise of the lack of big data handling expertise, severe time constraint to analyze data and the lurking threat to data security and integrity.
As seen in the market, proper analysis of the big data so generated has not yet attained full swing in the Indian market. Currently a very small fraction of the market comprises of big data analysis and hence this opportunity can be effectively targeted by vendors to garner a stronger foothold in the market for better revenue generation. Comprehensive Table of Contents for this 88 pages report is available at http://www.marketreportsonline.com/266520-toc.html .
The report “India - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Forecasts” says although facing serious functional and regulatory challenges, there is much that is positive to be found in India’s telecom industry. A number of factors have been responsible for the amazing growth in India’s telecom sector; apart from the obvious booming economy and the rapid expansion in the country’s middle class, the growth drivers include low tariffs, low handset prices and most notably a highly competitive market created by the government and the regulators. The government continued its commitment to opening up the market to more and more competition and investment. The launch of Mobile Number Portability (MNP) in 2011 added yet another dimension to what was already an intensely competitive market. The anticipated removal of the cap on foreign investment in the telecom sector in 2013 was yet another strong signal to the market of the government’s intentions. The government has been continuing to push on a broad front to advance the restructuring of the telecommunications regulatory regime. Major operators covered in this report include Aircel / Dishnet, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL), Bharti Airtel, Data Access, Hughes Telecom, Idea Cellular, Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited (MTNL), Reliance Communications, Sistema, Tata Teleservices, Uninor, Tata Communications, Videocon, Vodafone Essar, Etisalat DB Telecom (Swan Telecom), Spice Telecom and S Tel.
Comprehensive Table of Contents for this 214 pages report is available at http://www.marketreportsonline.com/56341-toc.html . Some of the key highlights of this research include:
- The year 2012 saw a significant ‘correction’ in India’s mobile market, as operators removed inactive subscribers from their databases;
- By end-2012 the country had 865 million mobile subscribers, for a penetration of 69%;
- This was down from 895 million (penetration 72%) at end-2011;
- By April 2013 there were 867 million subscribers as the market finally returned to positive growth;
- GSM had further strengthened its position as the dominant mobile technology over CDMA with 91% of the mobile subscriber market coming into 2013;
- The number of fixed broadband internet subscribers was steadily increasing, reaching 15 million for a penetration of just over 1% by population by the start of 2013;
- DSL continued to hold the major portion of the local fixed broadband market: 85% by end-2012;
- The market had witnessed a large scale roll-out of 3G networks by operators across the country following the long-delayed licensing;
- However, 3G had not immediately delivered the expected boost to the market in terms of large scale adoption of mobile data services;
- Nevertheless, mobile broadband was expanding rapidly and had quickly been established as a key form of broadband access;
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