This IDC study analyzes and forecasts the market for broadband services in the U.S. small and medium-sized business (SMB) marketplace. The study provides IDC's definition of SMB, calculates the number of business locations subscribing to business-grade broadband services, and presents a detailed forecast beginning in 2012 and extending through 2016.
"The U.S. small and medium-sized business marketplace for broadband services will continue to grow steadily over the forecast period. According to Matt Davis, director, SMB Telecom Services, IDC, "The market has become much more competitive given the successful entry of cable operators, the renewed focus of ILECs, and the flexible adaptation of CLECs. Overall, this is good news for U.S. small and medium-sized businesses, which can expect faster broadband, a larger variety of innovative broadband-delivered services, better customer support, and more cost-effective pricing."
Table of Contents
In This Study
Forecast and Assumptions
Table: Top 3 Assumptions for the U.S. SMB Broadband Market, 2012-2016
Table: Key Forecast Assumptions for the U.S. SMB Broadband Market, 2012-2016
Table: U.S. SMB Broadband Subscribers by Company Size and Broadband Services Technology, 2010-2016 (000)
U.S. SMB Broadband 2012-2016 Forecast published by IDC in May 22, 2012. This report consists of 17 Pages and the price starts from US $ 4500.
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