Market Clarity has launched a free Technology Guide designed to help customers understand the practical differences between various types of Layer 2 and Layer 3 VPNs.
Corporate Australia’s hunger for data services will drive nearly 17% growth in data service revenues between 2005 and 2010, as companies migrate their data networks to next-generation technologies, according to new research published this week by Market Clarity.
In new research published today, Market Clarity has forecast that Australian Consumer/SME Internet-based VoIP services will attract six million users by 2011. However, the report finds that users will continue to favour free services, with paid VoIP offerings attracting only 2.8 million of the 6 million users by 2011. The results of the study are to be presented by Market Clarity CEO Shara Evans in an address to the CommsDay Summit this afternoon.
As the number of mobiles in the Australian market approaches parity with Australia’s population, growth in the market is set to slow, according to new research published this week by Market Clarity.
The number of ISPs in Australia offering wireless access plans has fallen dramatically in recent months, according to a survey of 512 ISPs conducted by Market Clarity. The results of the survey are to be presented by Market Clarity CEO Shara Evans in an address to the Wireless Australia conference this afternoon.
Market Clarity’s Australian Fixed Voice Services Market report is a 140-page demographic and competitive analysis based on the study of dozens of services provided by eight carriers, which together represent more than 90% of the telecommunications fixed voice service revenues in Australia. The report offers historical analysis from 2000-2005 and forecasts through to 2010. A key finding was that fixed-to-mobile calls, one of the most expensive call categories in the telecommunications market, are skyrocketing while local call volumes and revenues are in decline.