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Connecting Asia Report Series
This report focuses on the mature APAC nations with established ultra-fast connectivity, looking at the technologies and services they offer and the direction of travel they are taking. If you operate in Asia-Pacific or sell technology or services around high-speed connectivity, IoT and beyond, this is a must-read report.
Connected Economies in Asia
This report focuses on markets that are racing to build faster networks to drive their economies to new heights. The report examines nation by nation the strategies and technologies they are using. If you operate in Asia-Pacific or sell technology or services around high-speed connectivity, IoT and beyond, this is a must-read report.
Closing the Connectivity Gap
This report explores the challenges that need to be overcome to connect an estimated 2 billion people in the region with little or no internet access and looks at how operators and governments can create the key enablers to allow mobile broadband to flourish.
Pay TV in Asia Report Series
Pay TV in Asia
The first of three reports looking at TV In Pan-Asia examines the Pay TV market in the region, looking at the impact of the growth of SVoD and other OTT services, the digital switchover, operator business strategies and more. If you are an operator, broadcaster or OTT service with a business interest in the Asia-Pacific region, this is a must-read.
Pay TV Service Differentiation in Asia
The second of three reports looking at the Pay TV market examines how broadcasters and operators are differentiating themselves in light of increasing competition from OTT players. If you are an operator, broadcaster or OTT service with a business interest in Asia-Pacific, this is a must-read report.
New models for Asia Pay TV
Pay TV in Asia-Pacific are learning quickly how to preserve their existing revenue streams, while at the same time getting to grips with the impact of OTT services enabled by ever-faster connectivity in the region. There is, however, another route they can take. This report looks at the potential for Pay TV operators to shift into adjacent businesses.