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United Arab Emirates Internet Access Services Forecast and Analysis, 2002-2007

   by IDC / Mohsen Malaki

    IDC Research
    15 November, 2004


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Editorial description(s):

Book Description
This IDC study is part of a series of IDC studies that size, forecast, and analyze the markets of the six Gulf states of Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates for consumer and business Internet access services via dial-up, broadband, and leased line connections. The study includes market forecasts for the UAE, covering consumer and business connections, by size of business, and revenue for dial-up (PSTN and ISDN), broadband (xDSL, cable modem, satellite broadband, broadband fixed wireless access, and metro Ethernet) and leased line access services by bandwidth. Questions answered in this IDC study include: y What is the current regulatory environment and Internet access market structure, and how does the structure of the market affect the growth prospects for each service type? y What are the driving forces behind the growth or each service type in the local market, and what are the revenue growth opportunities that ISPs, telecommunications operators, and vendors need to be well-positioned for going forward? "With the latest advances in IP infrastructure development in the region, continued tariff reductions, and an increased leadership role from the governments, the Internet access market is poised for continued growth over the next five years," comments Mohsen Malaki, Senior Analyst, IDC CEMA. "But while the overall market will continue to witness growth in connections and revenues, the real opportunities, for which ISPs are increasingly positioning themselves for, are broadband Internet access services."

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