Global Information Inc. would like to present a new market research report, "Wireless Wins, Wireline Wanes: U.S. Telecom Sizing and Share 2010-2015" by ATLANTIC -ACM.
This edition finds that wireless growth will almost fully offset wireline revenue declines as consumers and workers expect ubiquitous connectivity, holding overall industry revenue declines to a CAGR of -0.3 percent from 2009 through 2015.
"The wireline side of the telecommunications industry will experience revenue contraction through the middle of the decade as overall market dynamics drive continued technology migration and wireless substitution," said ATLANTIC-ACM CEO Dr. Judy Reed Smith. "The wireless industry will continue to expand over this same timeframe, nearly making up for losses on the wireline side and holding industry contraction to less than one percent per year."
The study is the 17th edition of the telecommunications industrys chief market sizing study. This highly quantitative, 290+ page research document providers detailed, apples-to-apples forecasts by product and company delivering an essential, comprehensive view of the industry. The research is available in several forms, including individual-use hardcopy, corporate site license, an interactive forecaster for custom market and data dissection and ATLANTIC-ACMs Wireline and Wireless Market Master subscription, which provides all of these pieces-plus extended research analyst time-to provide complete market mastery.