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北美移动付费技术发展研究报告,南非电信市场统计及预测研究报告

中国报告网提示:摘要Libya is emerging from almost two decades of economic isolation, which contributed to the stagnation of its oil industry, the mainstay of its economy, and invariably its telecoms sector. Despite having an old style monopoly player for the provis

中国报告网提示:摘要Using mobile handsets to accomplish financial transactions and purchases is starting to appear as something inevitable in the worldwide marketplace. However, In-Stat does not believe that 2008 will be the year of mobile payments. It

中国报告网提示:摘要The continents leading mobile market, South Africa will see a flattening subscriber growth curve in this market segment over the next few years, leaving service providers to compete aggressively on price, value-add and quality of services

中国报告网提示:摘要The third largest oil producer in sub-Saharan Africa and one of the biggest countries on the continent, Sudan is regarded as one of Africas most lucrative telecommunications markets, receiving hundreds of millions of Dollars in foreign in

摘要Libya is emerging from almost two decades of economic isolation, which contributed to the stagnation of its oil industry, the mainstay of its economy, and invariably its telecoms sector. Despite having an old style monopoly player for the provision of posts and telecommunications services, its fixed-line network is superior to those in many other African countries and is sporting one of the highest teledensities on the continent. In sharp contrast, the mobile sub-sector remained underdeveloped until the introduction of a second GSM network in 2004 which sent market penetration skyrocketing from one of the lowest in Africa to one of the highest within only two years. Third Generation (3G) mobile services have been launched and are set to stimulate the underdeveloped Internet sector as well.目录及图表*1. Synopsis2. Key statistics3. Country overview4. Telecommunications market4.1 Overview of Libyas telecom market5. Telecommunications infrastructure5.1 National telecom network5.1.1 Wireless Local Loop (WLL)5.2 International infrastructure5.2.1 Submarine cable networks5.2.2 Satellite networks6. Internet market6.1 Overview6.2 Computer initiatives - One Laptop per Child (OLPC)6.3 Very Small Aperture Terminal (VSAT) 6.4 Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP)7. Mobile communications7.1 Overview of Libyas mobile market7.1.1 Mobile statistics7.2 Mobile technologies7.2.1 Third Generation (3G) 7.3 Major mobile operators7.3.1 El-Madar7.3.2 Libyana7.4 Mobile voice services7.4.1 Satellite mobile8. Broadcasting market8.1 Television broadcasting in Libya8.2 Pay TV9.* Related reportsTable 1 Country statistics 2006 Table 2 Telephone network statistics 2006 Table 3 Internet provider statistics 2006 Table 4 Internet user statistics 2006 Table 5 Mobile statistics March 2008 Table 6 National telecommunications authorities Table 7 Fixed lines in service and teledensity 1995 - 2006 Table 8 Internet users and penetration rate 1999 - 2006 Table 9 Mobile operators, technology, subscribers and annual change March 2008 Table 10 Mobile subscribers and penetration rate 1998 - 2008

摘要Using mobile handsets to accomplish financial transactions and purchases is starting to appear as something inevitable in the worldwide marketplace. However, In-Stat does not believe that 2008 will be the year of mobile payments. It may not even qualify as the year of trials of mobile payments. However, there is evidence that the US market may overcome a crucial issuetechnology incompatibilityand make progress toward contactless payments using cellphones. The key enabling technology will be near field communications (NFC) chips deployed into handsets as well as in merchant payment terminals. This report includes a review of recent progress in deployment of financial services in cellphones and includes brief profiles of many of the companies involved with bringing those services to the market, particularly in the US.This report is important for any company considering offering mobile payments and mobile financial services including operators, handset vendors, application developers, and semiconductor makers.目录及图表Executive SummaryIntroductionIts Working in JapanConditions in the US May Be ImprovingThere Have Been FailuresThe Vision for Mobile WalletContactless PaymentsExpanded Shopping and PurchasesMobile Banking and TransactionsContent Discovery and Other FunctionsIdentificationPersonal Payments, Transfers, and RemittancesCompanies, Practitioners, and InitiativesMobile OperatorsSWOT Analysis, Mobile OperatorsATT MobilityNTT DoCoMoKDDICellular SouthVerizon Wireless (US)Sprint NextelTrusted Service Manager/Application ProviderSWOT Analysis, Trusted Service Manager/Application ProvidersPayPalFirethorn HoldingsObopaymPoriaClairMailmFoundryHardware and Semiconductor VendorsSWOT AnalysisNFC Hardware and Semiconductor VendorsViVOTechMoversaINSIDE ContactlessSIM Card VendorsMerchantsIndustry GroupsGlobal Mobile Money Transfer (GSM Association)Pay-Buy-Mobile (GSM Association)Consumer Attitudes Toward Mobile TransactionsConclusions and ForecastsM-Commerce in the USStrengthsWeaknessesOpportunitiesThreatsThe Missing LinkWho Gets Paid?Other IssuesForecastMobile Financial Services (including Contactless Payments) ForecastNorth AmericaContactless (NFC) Payment ForecastNorth AmericaMethodologyEnd-User SurveyIndustry ResearchRelated In-Stat ReportsList of TablesTable 1. DoCoMo Mobile Payment OptionsTable

摘要The continents leading mobile market, South Africa will see a flattening subscriber growth curve in this market segment over the next few years, leaving service providers to compete aggressively on price, value-add and quality of services. The boom will be taken over by the provision of broadband Internet access, combined with voice and entertainment services in a converging and more competitive environment of fixed, wireless and mobile platforms. This report contains key statistics for all three market segments and corresponding forecasts for 2010 and 2015.目录及图表1. Synopsis2. Key statistics3. Fixed-line market3.1 Fixed-line statistics3.2 Forecast fixed-line services 2010,

摘要The third largest oil producer in sub-Saharan Africa and one of the biggest countries on the continent, Sudan is regarded as one of Africas most lucrative telecommunications markets, receiving hundreds of millions of Dollars in foreign investment in 2007. Enormous further potential exists since penetration rates are still low in all market segments. Two fixed-line and three mobile networks are competing for customers, rolling out broadband and next-generation services. The majority stake in the countrys leading mobile network was sold in 2006 for a record price. Under a recent peace agreement, the oil-rich south of the country which has been beyond the central governments control and deprived of development, is now establishing its own independent telecommunications regime, creating huge new opportunities for service providers and equipment suppliers.目录及图表*1. Synopsis2. Key statistics3. Telecommunications market3.1 Overview of Sudans telecom market4. Regulatory environment4.1 Background4.2 Regulatory authority4.2.1 National Telecommunication Council (NTC)4.3 Telecom sector liberalisation in Sudan4.4 Privatisation of Sudatel5. Fixed network operators in Sudan5.1 Sudan Telecommunications Co Ltd5.2 Canartel (Canar Telecom)6. Telecommunications infrastructure6.1 National telecom network6.1.1 Wireless Local Loop (WLL)6.1.2 Very Small Aperture Terminal (VSAT) 6.2 International infrastructure6.2.1 Submarine cable networks7. Southern Sudan7.1 Network of the World (NOW)7.2 Gemtel8. Broadband and Internet market8.1 Internet market8.1.1 Overview 8.1.2 Sudan Internet Society (SiS)8.1.3 Sudans ISP market8.1.4 Broadband market9. Mobile communications9.1 Overview of Sudans mobile market9.2 Major mobile operators9.2.1 Mobitel (Celtel/Zain)9.2.2 Bashair Telecom (Investcom/Areeba, MTN)9.3 Mobile voice services9.3.1 Satellite mobile10. Broadcasting10.1 Radio and TV broadcasting in Sudan11.* Related reportsTable 1 Country statistics 2006 Table 2 Telephone network statistics 2006 Table 3 Internet provider statistics 2006 Table 4 Internet user statistics 2006 Table 5 Mobile statistics March 2008 Table 6 National telecommunications authorities Table 7 Fixed lines in service and teledensity 1994 - 2006 Table 8 Internet users and penetration rate 1997 - 2006 Table 9 GSM mobile operators, subscribers and annual change March 2008 Table 10 Mobile subscribers and penetration rate 1996 - 2008

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