Market Research Report
Operator Strategies for Using Hybrid CPE to Differentiate in the Fixed Broadband Market
|Published by||Analysys Mason||Product code||893336|
|Published||Content info||7 Slides
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|Operator Strategies for Using Hybrid CPE to Differentiate in the Fixed Broadband Market|
|Published: July 24, 2019||Content info: 7 Slides||
"Hybrid CPE provides significant opportunities for fixed broadband operators to improve their retail offers."
Hybrid customer premises equipment (CPE) that includes both wireline and cellular connectivity has become increasingly common in recent years. This report looks at the drivers for hybrid CPE deployments and how fixed broadband operators have used them in their retail offers.
recommendations on how operators should use hybrid CPE to increase the attractiveness of their retail fixed broadband offers analysis of the key drivers for hybrid CPE deployments across different markets an assessment of how operators that have already deployed hybrid CPE have used it in their retail offers.
Stephen Wilson; Principal Analyst, Research
Stephen is the lead analyst for Analysys Mason's Fixed Broadband Services research programme. He leads Analysys Mason's annual FTTx coverage, capex and conversion forecasts, and other recent areas of focus include examining fixed broadband operators' home Wi-Fi strategies. Stephen has more than 10 years of experience in the telecoms sector and is a graduate in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from St Catherine's College, Oxford University.