Tuesday, June 5, 2007

DITTBERNER Estimates Global Broadband Tops 290 Million Lines

DITTBERNER, an international market research and consultancy, estimates that global broadband subscribers increased 5.9% in Q1 2007 to reach 290.1 million, of which 195 million were DSL, 65 million were cable Modem, 22 million were FTTB and 7 million were FTTH.

The three largest service providers, China Telecom, China Netcom, and AT&T, accounted for 3.7 Million new subscribers or 23% of the total growth. The top ten service providers accounted for 6.9 Million new subscribers or 43% of the global growth, which is equal to their share of the world market.

Some highlights of the DITTBERNER report:

DITTBERNER's Broadband Study is an ongoing market research service updated quarterly, designed to track the BBxDSL and BBFTTX vendors and their potential.


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