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Report Summary – 2Q10 Broadbandtrends Author: Teresa Mastrangelo Report BBT-10-1240 Issue Date: August 31, 2010 Asia Pacific Nears 200M Fixed Broadband Subscribers in 2Q10 Report Highlights       Global Fixed Broadband Subscribers reached 487 million in 2Q10 Global FTTH Subscribers have reached 35.9 million; Japan represents 52% Top 3 Countries account for 47% of global broadband subscribers in 2Q10 Global Voice over Broadband Subscribers are 123.7 million at the end of 2Q10 Global IP-TV
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    ©2010 The Windsor Oaks Group LLC. All rights reserved worldwide 1 Figure 1: Global Broadband Subscribers by Region, 2Q10 Source: broadbandtrends North America19.2%WesternEurope24.3%EasternEurope7.2%Middle East &Africa1.8%China23.7%Other AsiaPacific17.0%CALA7.0% Global Broadband Subscribers by Region2Q10: 486.8 million   Author: Teresa Mastrangelo Issue Date: August 31, 2010Report BBT-10-1240 Asia Pacific Nears 200M Fixed Broadband Subscribers in 2Q10 Report Highlights    Global Fixed Broadband Subscribers reached 487 million in 2Q10    Global FTTH Subscribers have reached 35.9 million; Japan represents 52%    Top 3 Countries account for 47% of global broadband subscribers in 2Q10    Global Voice over Broadband Subscribers are 123.7 million at the end of 2Q10    Global IP-TV Subscribers are 33.6 million at the end of 2Q10    DSL remains the prevailing technology with 66 percent of total subscribersReport Summary Demand for fixed broadband slowed slightly in 2Q10 as net additions declined by 16 percent,but still reached 13 million. Global Fixed Broadband subscribers reached nearly 487 million at theend of 2Q10.Global Fixed Broadband subscribers byregion are shown in Figure 1. China is thelargest single market with 24 percent, whilethe Asia Pacific market as a wholerepresents 41 percent of the totalbroadband market.DSL remains the most widely deployedbroadband technology, representing 66percent of total subscribers, while cablebroadband subscribers represent 20percent, while FTTH and other technologiesrepresent 7 percent each.During 2Q10, Asia Pacific contributed thelargest portion of new subscribers at 58percent, followed by EMEA with 27 percent, CALA at 10 percent, and North America at 5percent.China is the largest single country with over 115 million subscribers, followed by the United Stateswith 83.4 million subscribers and Japan with 32.4 million subscribers.Singapore has the highest broadband penetration at 107 percent – the only country to havegreater than 100 percent broadband penetration. The next highest is Korea at 98.7 percent,followed by Macao at 95. At present, 11 countries exceed 80 percent penetration of totalhouseholds.Total VoBB subscribers grew by four percent quarter-over-quarter to reach 123.3 millionsubscribers, while IP-TV subscribers grew 6 percent to reach 33.6 million. Report Summary – 2Q10 Broadbandtrends  Asia Pacific Nears 200M Fixed Broadband Subscribers in 2Q10 Report No. 10-1240, August 2010    ©2010 The Windsor Oaks Group LLC. All rights reserved worldwide 2  About this report Broadbandtrends aspires to offer the most complete, up-to-date and accurate data for worldbroadband statistics and estimates. As such, we collect quarterly statistics from broadbandoperators offering DSL, Cable Modem, Fiber to the Home, Other (including Satellite, FixedWireless Access and Broadband over Powerline).It also includes data on Voice over Broadband (does not include services such as Skype) andIPTV. We collect data on a country basis and aggregate to a regional basis. In addition, wealso utilize data from National Regulatory Authorities (NRAs) both for collection purposes and tovalidate already collected data. This may result in us revisiting previous quarters’ data, ifrevisions are necessary, or as additional sources of information become available. We may alsouse data that has been obtained from press releases, news articles or conference presentations.For broadband penetration, we base our data on households rather than users. Household datais based on information provided via the ITU’s Yearbook of Statistics.This report includes both a 14-page written report (including 11 Figures and 10 Tables) as well asa supplemental spreadsheet. This spreadsheet includes quarterly broadband subscriberinformation by type (DSL, Cable Modem, FTTH, Other) and by region 1Q02 to 2Q10,This report is part of broadbandtrends.com continuous information service, or is available for$495.For more information about our services, or to order this report, please contact us at 540.725.9774or   sales@broadbandtrends.com    Asia Pacific Nears 200M Fixed Broadband Subscribers in 2Q10 Report No. 10-1240, August 2010    ©2010 The Windsor Oaks Group LLC. All rights reserved worldwide 3  Use and reproduction of this Report are limited, and Company makes no warranties and accepts no liabilities withrespect to the sources or content hereof, in accordance with paragraphs 2 and 3 of Agreement Terms & Conditions.   Table of Contents      Global Analysis o   Global Top 25 o   Nearly All Regions Slow in 2Q10 o   DSL Retreats in 2Q10 after Strong 1Q10 o   A word about FTTH subscribers    Voice over Broadband o   Global Analysis o   United States Continues to Lead in VoBB Subscribers o   Global Top 20 o   Top VoBB Operators (2Q10)    IPTV o   Global Analysis o   IPTV Growth Remains Robust o   Top Ten IPTV Operators (2Q10)    Regional Snapshots (2Q10) o   Asia Pacific o   CALA o   EMEA o   North America    Appendix A – Top Broadband Countries by Service Type    Asia Pacific Nears 200M Fixed Broadband Subscribers in 2Q10 Report No. 10-1240, August 2010    ©2010 The Windsor Oaks Group LLC. All rights reserved worldwide 4  Use and reproduction of this Report are limited, and Company makes no warranties and accepts no liabilities withrespect to the sources or content hereof, in accordance with paragraphs 2 and 3 of Agreement Terms & Conditions.   List of Figures Figure 1: Global Broadband Subscribers by Region/Sub-Region, 2Q10Figure 2: Net Broadband Additions by Region (2Q08-2Q10)Figure 3: Net Broadband Additions by Type (2Q08-2Q10)Figure 4: Global Voice over Broadband Subscribers by Region, 2Q08-2Q10Figure 5: Global VoBB by Country, 2Q10Figure 6: Global IPTV Subscribers by Region, 2Q08-2Q10Figure 7: Global IPTV by Country, 2Q10Figure 8: Asia Pacific Broadband by Country, 2Q10Figure 9: CALA Broadband by Country, 2Q10Figure 10: EMEA Broadband by Country, 2Q10Figure 11: North America by Operator, 2Q10 List of Tables: Table 1: Top 25 Countries by Broadband SubscribersTable 2: Top 25 Countries by Household Penetration of BroadbandTable 3: Top 20 Countries by VoBB SubscribersTable 4: Top 20 Countries by VoBB Penetration of BroadbandTable 5: Top VoBB Operators, 2Q10Table 6: Top IPTV Operators, 2Q10Table 7: Top Broadband Operators, Asia Pacific, 2Q10Table 8: Top Broadband Operators, CALA, 2Q10Table 9: Top Broadband Operators, EMEA, 2Q10Table 10: Top Broadband Operators, North America, 2Q10Table A-1: Top DSL Countries by Type, 2Q10   Table A-2: Top Cable Modem Countries by Type, 2Q10   Table A-3: Top FTTH Countries by Type, 2Q10   Table A-4: Top IPTV Countries by Type, 2Q10   Table A-5: Top VoBB Countries by Type, 2Q10  
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