IDC's Asia/Pacific Telecom Services Database presents in-depth market data and forecasts for the network services market in each of the 12 APEJ countries. This provides a comprehensive view of spending on different types of network services as well as details of installed base and traffic generated. Market data is segmented by type of network service product and type of user. The data is presented on a semiannual basis in the form of comprehensive Excel-based tables complemented by a query tool. The database is designed to provide network service providers and solutions providers with an easy-to-use reference tool that enables them to assess the fastest-growing sectors of the market from the perspective of APEJ countries, product segments, types of user, and so forth.
This product does not include market share information.
Throughout the year, this service will address the following topics:
- Traditional fixed voice
- IP-voice services
- Internet access services
- Ethernet services
- •IP VPN services
- Legacy data services
- Mobile voice services
- Mobile data services
- M2M services
This service addresses the following issues that are critical to your success:
- How will the user spend on telecoms network services grow over the next five years?
- Which countries in APEJ will provide network service providers with the best opportunities over the next five years?
- Which product segments will provide network service providers with the fastest growth rates?
- How many minutes of voice network traffic will flow over fixed, mobile, and IP networks?
- Which countries show the best return on network services from an ARPU perspective?
- How do service penetration levels vary between countries in APEJ?
This tracker is delivered on a semiannual basis. Deliverables for this tracker are listed below. For a complete delivery schedule, please contact an IDC sales representative.
- 1H cycle: Base data and forecast (end of December)
- 2H cycle: Base data and forecast (end of June)
IDC's tracker data is developed using a rigorous methodology that includes well-planned and well-coordinated local, regional, and worldwide data cross-checks combined with a proprietary advanced data consolidation and analysis data platform managed by IDC's Worldwide Tracker organization. Data sources used in the process of determining IDC's tracker numbers include, but are not limited to:
- In-country local vendor interviews
- Distribution data feeds
- Worldwide and regional vendor guidance
- ODM data
- In-country local channel partner discussions
- Import records
- Feedback from component suppliers
- Vendor briefings and public financial reports