The OECD has criticised the accuracy of some data points contained within our report on broadband in OECD countries.
Sydney-based telecommunications analyst firm Market Clarity has published an analysis of the OECD’s broadband “league table” which casts doubt on the accuracy and methodology of the international assessment.
Australia’s leading telecom infrastructure business intelligence service has released an expanded version of its unique resource, which identifies the location of Australia’s current telecommunications infrastructure.
The fast, early growth in broadband revenue has seen the market pass $2.04 billion in 2006. However, according to new research from Market Clarity, the coming years will see slower growth as broadband penetration nears its limits.
A unique database service launched today covering Australia’s current telecommunications infrastructure is expected to boost telecommunications infrastructure investment.
New research into the business models followed by 66 Australian MVNOs (mobile virtual network operators) suggests that most providers see this style of service as a sideline rather than the key to their success.
In spite of federal government initiatives to make satellite broadband more competitive, Australia still retains a relatively small satellite broadband provider market, according to research published recently by Market Clarity.
After falling slightly towards the end of 2005, the number of ISPs offering fixed wireless broadband as an access option has begun to surge again, according to research findings presented by Market Clarity CEO Shara Evans at the ACIF Future Wireless Forum in August.
Market Clarity has launched the largest online directory of Australian consumer, business and wholesale VoIP providers, which is available free of charge. It is an accessible, easy to use VoIP information resource for consumers, businesses, media and the telecommunications industry alike.