Market Research Logo

2007 Eastern Europe Broadband and Convergence Markets

This annual report offers a wealth of information on the Broadband and Convergence markets in Belarus, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine, Serbia and Montenegro (formerly Yugoslavia).

Subjects include:

  • Broadband Infrastructure, Forecasts, Analyses and Developments;
  • The broadbanding of Eastern Europe (policies, models, concept);
  • CBD, Inter-City, Regional and International Networks;
  • Internet Market, VoIP and triple play;
  • Emerging Internet economy;
  • Research, Marketing, Benchmarking;
  • Vision for a National Policy, Government Policies;
  • Network Operators, Wholesalers and Retailers, Utilities Projects;
  • xDSL, cable, FttH, Satellite, Cable Modems;
  • Wireless Broadband (WiMAX, WiFi, LMDS).


Although broadband has been available for sometime in Eastern Europe, the advent of full scale fixed-line competition has boosted subscriber levels as incumbents in liberalised markets execute survival strategies centred on offering broadband and convergence services. The results are now being witnessed as convergence services are rolled out. The need for more broadband speed has driven deployment of new high-speed broadband networks centred on ADSL2+ and FttH while wireless has been utilised to rapidly deploy alternative networks and extend connectivity into remote areas. ADSL2+ and FttH deployments will continue in 2008 as triple play services grow in popularity. Other factors also driving broadband uptake include public and private sector network deployment initiatives and an accommodating regulatory environment designed to encourage last mile access and promote competition. This report offers extensive coverage of the region, highlighting regulatory and market developments, introducing the major players and the services on offer, as well as providing a wealth of insightful statistics and forecasts, no doubt making essential reading for anyone holding an interest in the region’s telecoms sector. Data in the report is the latest available at the time of preparation and may not be for the current year.

Key highlights:

Central Eastern Europe (CEE)

The reach of ADSL2+ services is extending in the region as the broadband market continues to grow. The need for speed has also driven a number of public and private fibre rollouts which is expected to continue in 2008.
Scenario-based broadband forecasts for all five CEE nations are provided, providing a guide as to where broadband penetration is headed.
IPTV services are available in all five countries from either incumbents or alternative operators. Take up rates are improving, a trend that will continue in 2008 and beyond as telecom operators gain experience in packaging and marketing multimedia services.
The transition to DTTV is progressing as more commercial broadcasts go to air.

Baltic

Available from each of the region’s three incumbent operators, IPTV take up is improving. However the incumbents face tough battles with the regions’ well-established cable operators.
Scenario-based broadband forecasts for all three Baltic nations are provided, providing a guide as to where broadband penetration is headed.
IPTV availability has expanded on the back of widespread ADSL2+ infrastructure, with FttH deployments also underway in all three countries, predominantly in new housing projects and apartments.
Wireless broadband has become increasingly prominent. Estonia has deployed WiMAX networks to extend broadband connectivity to rural areas while CDMA 1x EV-DO based offerings are widely available in Latvia. WiFi in widely available in each country, with Lithuania’s incumbent in particular making an effort to expand its WiFi network to approximately 20,000 hot spots by 2009. We believe wireless broadband will become increasingly prominent in 2008 due to greater availability and affordability of mobile wireless broadband services, as well as the growing popularity of laptop computers.
Estonia has had the most success in fostering an Internet economy, developed in recognition of the ability of Information Communications Technologies to improve social wellbeing. E-commerce and e-government services are widely available, allowing the country’s citizens to access services and carry out commercial and government-related activities online. Growing familiarity of such services, coupled with increasing broadband access will encourage usage among new users, generating efficiencies for both the providers and consumers of such services.

Balkans

Incumbents are driving ADSL take up, particularly in the more liberalised EU countries, as falling fixed-line voice revenue forces telecom operators to search for new revenue opportunities. Cable operators are responding by improving affordability and product value.
FttH services have been launched in Bulgaria, Croatia and Romania.
A number of WiMAX networks have been launched, particularly in Bulgaria, Croatia, Serbia and Greece although while a WiFi network with near national coverage has been deployed in Macedonia, connecting all of the country’s schools. Wireless broadband holds much potential in the Balkans given the region’s low fixed-line penetration levels and underdeveloped infrastructure.
Triple play services have been launched by cable and telecom operators in Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus and Greece.

CIS

Incumbent and alternative operators in Russia and Ukraine are generating increased revenue through mobile and Internet services, with plans to further grow revenue through broadband and IPTV.
Plans to offer the aforementioned convergence and broadband-based services have driven the need to upgrade infrastructure, with numerous network upgrades and NGN deployments underway.
Broadband services in Russia are becoming increasingly popular and available due to increased infrastructure investment, with a large portion of the residential market continuing to be served by large informal LANs in Russia and Ukraine. Deployment of faster broadband services such as ADSL2+ and FttH are underway in Russia. ADSL take up in Belarus and Moldova is rapidly growing off an initial small user base.
Russian WiMAX deployment activity is continuing in 2008. Operators involved in WiMAX developments include Start Telecom, Synterra Telecom, Enforta, MetroMAX and Summa Telecom. Services are also available in Ukraine, where a number of alternative operators are planning network deployments.
WiFi continues to be popular in Russia despite heavy WiMAX activity; Golden Telecom has deployed a mesh WiFi network in Moscow providing coverage to 800,000 households.
Triple play services are available from a number of operators in Russia and Moldova, with availability of such services expected to expand during 2008 due to network modernisation activities.

1. OVERVIEW OF EASTERN EUROPE’S BROADBAND MARKET
1.1 Key developments in the Eastern European telecom market
1.2 Market overview
1.3 ADSL
1.4 Fibre-to-the-Home (FttH)
1.5 Cable broadband
1.6 Wireless broadband
1.6.1 WiFi
1.6.2 WiMAX
2. ALBANIA
2.1 Internet market
2.1.1 Overview
2.1.1.1 Internet statistics
2.1.2 ISP market
2.2 Broadband market
2.3 Convergence
2.3.1 Overview of broadcasting market
2.3.2 Digital TV
2.3.2.1 Digital Terrestrial TV (DTTV)
2.3.2.2 Cable TV (CATV)
2.3.2.3 Satellite-based digital pay TV developments
3. BELARUS
3.1 Internet market
3.1.1 Overview
3.1.1.1 Belarus’ emerging Internet economy
3.1.1.2 Government programs
3.1.1.3 Internet statistics
3.1.2 ISP market
3.1.3 Internet access locations
3.2 Broadband market
3.2.1 Overview
3.2.1.1 Asymmetrical Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL)
3.2.1.2 Cable modems
3.2.1.3 Wireless broadband
3.3 Convergence
3.3.1 Overview of broadcasting market
3.3.2 Regulatory issues
3.3.3 Digital TV
3.3.3.1 Cable TV
3.3.3.2 Satellite-based digital pay TV developments
3.3.3.3 Digital Terrestrial TV (DTTV)
4. BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA
4.1 Internet market
4.1.1 Overview
4.1.1.1 Internet statistics
4.1.2 ISP market
4.2 Broadband market
4.2.1 Overview
4.3 Convergence
4.3.1 Overview of broadcasting market
4.3.2 Regulatory issues
4.3.3 Digital TV
4.3.3.1 Digital Terrestrial TV (DTTV)
4.3.3.2 Cable TV (CATV)
5. BULGARIA
5.1 Internet market
5.1.1 Overview
5.1.1.1 Bulgaria’s emerging Internet economy
5.1.1.2 Internet statistics
5.1.2 ISP market
5.1.2.1 ITD
5.1.2.2 Bol BG
5.1.2.3 Orbitel
5.2 Broadband market
5.2.1 Overview
5.2.2 Cable
5.2.3 Asymmetrical Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL)
5.2.4 Fibre-to-the-Home (FttH)
5.2.5 Wireless broadband
5.2.5.1 WiMAX
5.3 Convergence
5.3.1 Triple play
5.3.2 Overview of broadcasting market
5.3.3 Digital TV
5.3.3.1 Broadband TV (IPTV)
5.3.3.2 Digital Terrestrial TV (DTTV)
5.3.3.3 Cable TV (CATV)
5.3.3.3.1 CableTel
5.3.3.3.2 MSAT
5.3.3.4 Satellite-based digital pay TV developments
6. CROATIA
6.1 Internet market
6.1.1 Overview
6.1.1.1 Internet statistics
6.1.2 ISP market
6.2 Broadband market
6.2.1 Overview
6.2.2 Broadband statistics
6.2.3 Asymmetrical Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL)
6.2.3.1 ADSL2+
6.2.4 Cable modems
6.2.5 Fibre-to-the-Home (FttH) networks
6.2.6 Wireless broadband
6.2.6.1 WiFi
6.2.6.2 WiMAX
6.2.6.3 Internet via satellite
6.2.7 Broadband forecasts to 2017
6.2.7.1 Scenario 1 - stronger broadband subscriber growth
6.2.7.2 Scenario 2 - weaker broadband subscriber growth
6.3 Convergence
6.3.1 Triple play models
6.3.2 Overview of broadcasting market
6.3.3 Regulatory issues
6.3.4 Digital TV
6.3.4.1 Broadband TV (IPTV)
6.3.4.2 Digital Terrestrial TV (DTTV)
6.3.4.3 Cable TV (CATV)
6.3.4.4 Satellite-based digital pay TV developments
7. CYPRUS
7.1 Internet market
7.1.1 Overview
7.1.1.1 Internet statistics
7.1.2 ISP market
7.2 Broadband market
7.2.1 Overview
7.2.2 Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL)
7.2.3 Fibre-to-the-Home (FttH)
7.2.4 Wireless broadband
7.2.5 Broadband forecasts to 2017
7.2.5.1 Scenario 1 - stronger broadband subscriber growth
7.2.5.2 Scenario 2 - weaker broadband subscriber growth
7.3 Convergence
7.3.1 Overview of triple play models
7.3.2 Overview of broadcasting market
7.3.3 Regulatory issues
7.3.4 Digital TV
7.3.4.1 Broadband TV (IPTV)
7.3.4.2 Digital Terrestrial TV (DTTV)
7.3.4.3 Cable TV
7.3.4.4 Satellite-based digital pay TV developments
8. CZECH REPUBLIC
8.1 Internet market
8.1.1 Overview
8.1.1.1 Czech Republic’s emerging Internet economy
8.1.1.2 Internet statistics
8.1.2 ISP market
8.1.2.1 VOLNÝ
8.2 Broadband market
8.2.1 Overview
8.2.2 Government support
8.2.3 Broadband statistics
8.2.4 Cable modems
8.2.5 Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL)
8.2.5.1 Wholesale
8.2.6 Fibre-to-the-Home (FttH) networks
8.2.7 Broadband over Powerline (BPL)
8.2.8 Wireless broadband
8.2.8.1 WiFi
8.2.8.2 Wireless Local Loop (WLL)
8.2.8.3 Internet via satellite
8.2.8.4 WiMAX
8.2.9 Broadband forecasts to 2017
8.2.9.1 Scenario 1 - stronger broadband subscriber growth
8.2.9.2 Scenario 2 - slower broadband subscriber growth
8.3 Convergence
8.3.1 Overview of media convergence
8.3.2 Key general trends
8.3.3 Triple play models
8.3.4 Overview of broadcasting market
8.3.4.1 Czech Television (CT)
8.3.4.2 TV Nova
8.3.4.3 Prima TV
8.3.5 Regulatory issues
8.3.6 Digital TV
8.3.6.1 Broadband TV (IPTV)
8.3.6.2 Cable TV (CATV)
8.3.6.2.1 UPC
8.3.6.3 Satellite-based digital pay TV developments
8.3.6.3.1 UPC Direct
8.3.6.3.2 DigiTV
8.3.6.3.3 CS Link
8.3.6.4 Digital Terrestrial TV (DTTV)
9. ESTONIA
9.1 Internet market
9.1.1 Overview
9.1.1.1 Estonia’s emerging Internet economy
9.1.1.1.1 Internet economy-related legislation
9.1.1.1.2 Measuring Internet economy development
9.1.1.2 Internet statistics
9.1.2 ISP market
9.2 Broadband market
9.2.1 Overview
9.2.2 Broadband statistics
9.2.3 Cable modems
9.2.4 Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL)
9.2.4.1 ADSL2+
9.2.5 Fibre-to-the-Home (FttH) networks
9.2.6 Wireless broadband
9.2.6.1 WiFi
9.2.6.2 WiMAX
9.2.7 Broadband forecasts to 2017
9.2.7.1 Scenario 1 - stronger broadband subscriber growth
9.2.7.2 Scenario 2 - slower broadband subscriber growth
9.3 Convergence
9.3.1 VoIP
9.3.1.1 Hotifon
9.3.1.2 Skype
9.3.2 Triple play
9.3.3 Overview of broadcasting market
9.3.4 Digital TV
9.3.4.1 Broadband TV (IPTV)
9.3.4.2 Digital Terrestrial TV (DTTV)
9.3.4.3 Cable TV (CATV)
9.3.4.3.1 Major operators
9.3.4.4 Satellite-based digital pay TV developments
10. GREECE
10.1 Internet market
10.1.1 Overview
10.1.1.1 Greece’s emerging Internet economy
10.1.1.1.1 E-commerce usage
10.1.1.1.2 E-government infrastructure and usage
10.1.1.2 Internet statistics
10.1.2 ISP market
10.1.2.1 FORTHnet
10.1.2.2 OTEnet
10.1.2.3 Hellas OnLine (HOL)
10.2 Broadband market
10.2.1 Overview
10.2.2 Government support
10.2.2.1 DIODOS project
10.2.3 Broadband statistics
10.2.4 Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL)
10.2.4.1 ADSL2+
10.2.5 Wireless broadband
10.2.5.1 Local Multipoint Distribution Service (LMDS)
10.2.5.2 Wireless Metropolitan Area Network (MANs)
10.2.5.3 WiFi
10.2.5.4 WiMAX
10.2.6 Broadband forecasts to 2017
10.2.6.1 Scenario 1 - stronger broadband subscriber growth
10.2.6.2 Scenario 2 - weaker broadband subscriber growth
10.3 Convergence
10.3.1 Introduction
10.3.2 Triple play
10.3.3 Overview of broadcasting market
10.3.4 Digital TV
10.3.4.1 Satellite-based digital pay TV developments
10.3.4.2 Digital Terrestrial TV (DTTV)
10.3.4.3 Broadband TV (IPTV)
11. HUNGARY
11.1 Internet market
11.1.1 Overview
11.1.1.1 Hungary’s emerging Internet economy
11.1.1.2 Internet statistics
11.1.2 ISP market
11.1.2.1 T-Online Hungary (Axelero)
11.1.2.2 Invitel/Euroweb Hungary
11.1.2.3 GTS-Datanet
11.2 Broadband market
11.2.1 Overview
11.2.2 Government initiatives
11.2.3 Broadband statistics
11.2.4 Cable modems
11.2.5 Asymmetrical Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL)
11.2.5.1 ADSL2+
11.2.5.2 Fibre-to-the-Home (FttH)
11.2.6 Wireless broadband
11.2.6.1 WiFi
11.2.6.2 (WiMAX
11.2.6.3 Internet via satellite
11.2.7 Broadband forecasts to 2017
11.2.7.1 Scenario 1 - stronger broadband subscriber growth
11.2.7.2 Scenario 2 - slower broadband subscriber growth
11.3 Convergence
11.3.1 Overview of media convergence
11.3.2 Triple play models
11.3.3 Overview of broadcasting market
11.3.4 Free-to-Air (FTA) TV
11.3.4.1 Magyar Televizió (MTV)
11.3.4.2 TV2
11.3.4.3 RTL Klub
11.3.5 Digital TV (DTV)
11.3.5.1 Broadband TV (IPTV)
11.3.5.2 Cable TV (CATV)
11.3.5.2.1 UPC Hungary
11.3.5.2.2 T-Kabel
11.3.5.2.3 FiberNet
11.3.5.3 Satellite-based pay TV developments
11.3.5.4 Digital Terrestrial TV (DTTV)
12. LATVIA
12.1 Internet market
12.1.1 Overview
12.1.1.1 Latvia’s emerging Internet economy
12.1.1.2 Internet statistics
12.2 Broadband market
12.2.1 Overview
12.2.2 Broadband statistics
12.2.3 Cable modems
12.2.4 Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL)
12.2.4.1 ADSL2+
12.2.5 Fibre-to-the-Home (FttH) networks
12.2.6 Wireless broadband
12.2.6.1 WiMAX
12.2.6.2 Wireless Local Loop (WLL)
12.2.6.3 Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA)
12.2.6.4 WiFi
12.2.7 Broadband forecasts to 2017
12.2.7.1 Scenario 1 - stronger broadband subscriber growth
12.2.7.2 Scenario 2 - slower broadband subscriber growth
12.3 Convergence
12.3.1 Triple play models
12.3.2 Digital TV
12.3.2.1 Digital Terrestrial TV (DTTV)
12.3.2.2 Broadband TV (IPTV)
12.3.2.3 Cable TV (CATV)
12.3.2.3.1 Baltcom
12.3.2.3.2 Izzi
12.3.2.4 Satellite-based digital pay TV developments
13. LITHUANIA
13.1 Internet market
13.1.1 Overview
13.1.1.1 Lithuania’s emerging Internet economy
13.1.1.2 Internet statistics
13.1.2 Internet access locations
13.1.3 ISP market
13.2 Broadband market
13.2.1 Overview
13.2.2 Broadband statistics
13.2.3 Cable modems
13.2.4 Asymmetric Digital subscriber Line (ADSL)
13.2.5 Fibre-to-the-Home (FttH)
13.2.6 Wireless broadband
13.2.6.1 WiFi
13.2.6.2 WiMAX
13.2.7 Broadband forecasts to 2017
13.2.7.1 Scenario 1 - stronger broadband subscriber growth
13.2.7.2 Scenario 2 - slower broadband subscriber growth
13.3 Convergence
13.3.1 Overview
13.3.2 Triple play models
13.3.3 Overview of broadcasting market
13.3.4 Digital TV
13.3.4.1 Broadband TV (IPTV)
13.3.4.2 Digital Terrestrial TV (DTTV)
13.3.4.3 Cable TV (CATV)
13.3.4.4 Satellite-based digital pay TV developments
14. MACEDONIA (FYROM)
14.1 Internet market
14.1.1 Overview
14.1.1.1 Internet statistics
14.1.2 ISP market
14.1.2.1 MTnet
14.1.2.2 On.net
14.2 Broadband market
14.2.1 Overview
14.3 Convergence
14.3.1 Overview of broadcasting market
14.3.2 Digital TV
15. MOLDOVA
15.1 Internet market
15.1.1 Overview
15.1.1.1 Moldova’s emerging Internet economy
15.1.1.2 Internet statistics
15.1.2 ISP market
15.2 Broadband market
15.3 Convergence
15.3.1 Overview of broadcasting market
15.3.2 Digital TV
15.3.2.1 Broadband TV (IPTV)
15.3.2.2 Cable TV
16. MONTENEGRO
16.1 Internet market
16.1.1 Overview
16.1.1.1 Internet statistics
16.1.2 ISP market
16.1.2.1 T-Com Internet
16.1.2.2 Informatika Montenegro
16.2 Broadband market
16.2.1 Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL)
16.2.2 Wireless broadband
16.3 Convergence
16.3.1 Overview of broadcasting market
16.3.2 Digital TV
16.3.2.1 Cable TV (CATV)
16.3.2.2 Satellite-based digital pay TV developments
17. POLAND
17.1 Internet market
17.1.1 Overview
17.1.1.1 Poland’s emerging Internet economy
17.1.1.2 Internet statistics
17.1.2 ISP market
17.2 Broadband market
17.2.1 Overview
17.2.2 Government support
17.2.3 Broadband statistics
17.2.4 Cable modems
17.2.5 Asymmetrical Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL)
17.2.6 Fibre-to-the-Home (FttH) networks
17.2.7 Broadband over Powerline (BPL)
17.2.8 Wireless broadband
17.2.8.1 WiFi
17.2.8.2 WiMAX
17.2.8.3 Internet via satellite
17.2.9 Broadband forecasts to 2017
17.2.9.1 Scenario 1 - stronger broadband subscriber growth
17.2.9.2 Scenario 2 - weaker broadband subscriber growth
17.3 Convergence
17.3.1 Overview
17.3.2 Triple play
17.3.3 Overview of broadcasting market
17.3.3.1 TVP
17.3.3.2 Telewizja Polsat
17.3.3.3 TVN
17.3.4 Regulatory issues
17.3.5 Digital TV (DTV)
17.3.5.1 Broadband TV (IPTV)
17.3.5.2 Web TV
17.3.5.3 Cable TV (CATV)
17.3.5.3.1 UPC Polska
17.3.5.3.2 Vectra
17.3.5.3.3 Multimedia Polska
17.3.5.3.4 Aster
17.3.5.4 Satellite-based digital pay TV developments
17.3.5.4.1 Telewizyjna Korporacja Partycypacyjna (TKP) / Cyfra+
17.3.5.4.2 Telewizja Polsat/Cyfrowy Polsat
17.3.5.4.3 n
17.3.5.5 Digital Terrestrial TV (DTTV)
18. ROMANIA
18.1 Internet market
18.1.1 Overview
18.1.1.1 Romania’s emerging Internet economy
18.1.1.2 Internet statistics
18.1.2 ISP market
18.2 Broadband market
18.2.1 Overview
18.2.2 Broadband statistics
18.2.3 Cable modems
18.2.4 Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL)
18.2.5 Local Area Networks (LANs)
18.2.6 Fibre-to-the-Home (FttH) networks
18.2.7 Broadband Powerline (BPL)
18.2.8 Wireless broadband
18.2.8.1 WiFi
18.2.8.2 Internet via satellite
18.2.9 Broadband forecasts to 2017
18.2.9.1 Scenario 1 - stronger broadband subscriber growth
18.2.9.2 Scenario 2 - weaker broadband subscriber growth
18.3 Convergence
18.3.1 Triple play
18.3.2 Overview of broadcasting market
18.3.2.1 Broadcasting statistics
18.3.2.2 Romanian Television Company (TVR)
18.3.2.3 Commercial broadcasters
18.3.3 Digital TV (DTV)
18.3.3.1 Digital Terrestrial TV (DTTV)
18.3.3.2 Broadband TV (IPTV)
18.3.3.3 Cable TV (CATV)
18.3.3.3.1 UPC Romania
18.3.3.3.2 RCS&RDS
18.3.3.4 Satellite-based digital pay TV developments
18.3.3.4.1 DigiTV
18.3.3.4.2 Focus Sat / UPC
18.3.3.4.3 Digital Cable System (DCS)/Max TV
18.3.3.4.4 DTH Television Group/Boom TV
18.3.3.4.5 Dolce
19. RUSSIA
19.1 Internet market
19.1.1 Overview
19.1.1.1 Russia’s emerging Internet economy
19.1.1.2 Internet statistics
19.1.1.3 PC penetration
19.1.2 Internet access locations
19.1.3 ISP market
19.1.3.1 RTComm
19.1.3.2 Dalsvyaz
19.1.3.3 PeterStar
19.1.3.4 North-West Telecom
19.1.3.5 Golden Telecom
19.1.3.6 Southern Telecom
19.1.3.7 Uralsvyazinform
19.1.3.8 WebPlus
19.1.3.9 Central Telegraph
19.1.3.10 Comstar-Direct / MTU-Intel
19.2 Broadband market
19.2.1 Overview
19.2.2 Asymmetrical Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL)
19.2.3 Other DSL developments - xDSL, HDSL, SDSL
19.2.4 Cable modems
19.2.5 Fibre-to-the-Home (FttH) networks
19.2.6 Broadband Powerline (BPL)
19.2.7 Wireless broadband
19.2.7.1 Wireless Local Loop (WLL)
19.2.7.2 WiFi
19.2.7.3 WiMAX
19.2.7.3.1 Start Telecom
19.2.7.3.2 Synterra telecom
19.2.7.3.3 Enforta / Prestige Internet
19.2.7.3.4 MetroMAX
19.2.7.3.5 Summa Telecom
19.2.7.3.6 Other ISPs
19.2.7.4 Internet via satellite
19.3 Convergence
19.3.1 Introduction
19.3.2 Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP)
19.3.3 Triple play
19.3.4 Overview of broadcasting market
19.3.4.1 Free-to-Air (FTA)
19.3.4.1.1 Channel One (ORT)
19.3.4.1.2 Russia TV channel (RTR)
19.3.4.1.3 NTV
19.3.4.1.4 Ren TV
19.3.4.1.5 DTV/CTC/Modern Times Group
19.3.5 Digital TV
19.3.5.1 Digital Terrestrial TV (DTTV)
19.3.5.2 Broadband TV (IPTV)
19.3.5.3 Cable TV (CATV)
19.3.5.3.1 Kosmos TV
19.3.5.3.2 Mostelecom / Moscom
19.3.5.3.3 National Cable Networks (NCN)
19.3.5.3.4 Teleinform
19.3.5.3.5 Moscow Cablecom Corp/Akado
19.3.5.3.6 Divo TV
19.3.5.3.7 St Petersburg Cable Television Co (TCT)
19.3.5.4 Satellite-based digital pay TV developments
20. SERBIA
20.1 Internet market
20.1.1 Overview
20.1.1.1 Internet statistics
20.1.2 Internet access locations
20.1.3 ISP market
20.1.3.1 Kosovo
20.2 Broadband market
20.2.1 Cable broadband
20.2.1.1 Kosovo
20.2.2 Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL)
20.2.3 Wireless broadband
20.2.3.1 Kosovo
20.3 Convergence
20.3.1 Triple play models
20.3.2 Overview of broadcasting market
20.3.3 Regulatory issues
20.3.3.1 Kosovo
20.3.4 Digital TV
20.3.4.1 Cable TV
20.3.4.1.1 Kosovo
20.3.4.2 Satellite-based digital pay TV developments
21. SLOVAKIA
21.1 Internet market
21.1.1 Overview
21.1.1.1 Slovakia’s emerging Internet economy
21.1.1.2 Internet statistics
21.1.2 ISP market
21.1.2.1 Slovak Telecom / T-Com
21.1.2.2 Slovanet
21.1.2.3 Euroweb
21.2 Broadband market
21.2.1 Overview
21.2.2 Government support
21.2.3 Broadband statistics
21.2.4 Asymmetrical Digital Subscriber Link (ADSL)
21.2.5 Cable modems
21.2.6 Fibre-to-the-Home (FttH) networks
21.2.7 Wireless broadband
21.2.7.1 WiFi
21.2.7.2 WiMAX
21.2.8 Broadband forecasts to 2017
21.2.8.1 Scenario 1 - stronger broadband subscriber growth
21.2.8.2 Scenario 2 - weaker broadband subscriber growth
21.3 Convergence
21.3.1 Triple play models
21.3.2 Overview of broadcasting market
21.3.3 Digital TV (DTV)
21.3.3.1 Broadband TV (IPTV)
21.3.3.2 Cable TV (CATV)
21.3.3.3 Digital Terrestrial TV (DTTV)
21.3.3.4 Satellite-based pay TV developments
22. SLOVENIA
22.1 Internet market
22.1.1 Overview
22.1.1.1 Slovenia’s emerging Internet economy
22.1.1.2 Internet statistics
22.1.2 ISP market
22.1.2.1 Slovenija Online (SiOL)
22.1.2.2 Voljatel
22.2 Broadband market
22.2.1 Overview
22.2.2 Broadband statistics
22.2.3 Asymmetrical Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL)
22.2.4 Cable modems
22.2.5 Fibre-to-the-Home (FttH)
22.2.6 Wireless broadband
22.2.7 Broadband forecasts to 2017
22.2.7.1 Scenario 1 - stronger broadband subscriber growth
22.2.7.2 Scenario 2 - weaker broadband subscriber growth
22.3 Convergence
22.3.1 Triple play models
22.3.2 Overview of broadcasting market
22.3.3 Regulatory environment
22.3.4 Digital TV
22.3.4.1 Digital Terrestrial TV (DTTV)
22.3.4.2 Broadband TV (IPTV)
22.3.4.3 Cable TV (CATV)
22.3.4.3.1 UPC
23. UKRAINE
23.1 Internet market
23.1.1 Overview
23.1.1.1 Ukraine’s emerging Internet economy
23.1.1.2 Internet statistics
23.1.2 ISP market
23.1.2.1 Svit-On-Line
23.1.2.2 IP Telecom
23.1.2.3 Lucky Net
23.2 Broadband market
23.2.1 Overview
23.2.2 Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL)
23.2.3 Cable modems
23.2.4 Fibre-to-the-Home (FttH)
23.2.5 Wireless broadband
23.2.5.1 Wireless Local Loop (WLL)
23.2.5.2 WiFi
23.2.5.3 WiMAX
23.2.5.3.1 Alternet
23.2.5.3.2 Golden Telecom
23.2.5.3.3 Technological Systems
23.2.5.4 Internet via satellite
23.3 Convergence
23.3.1 Introduction
23.3.2 Overview of broadcasting market
23.3.3 Digital TV
23.3.3.1 Broadband TV (IPTV)
23.3.3.2 Cable TV
23.3.3.3 Satellite-based digital pay TV developments
23.3.3.4 Digital Terrestrial TV (DTTV)
24. GLOSSARY OF ABBREVIATIONS


LIST OF TABLES


Table 1 - Broadband subscribers, annual change & penetration in select EasternEuropean countries - July 2007
Table 2 - ADSL subscriptions retailed by incumbents and alternative operators inselect Eastern European countries - July 2007
Table 3 - FttX subscribers in select Eastern European countries - July 2007
Table 4 - Cable broadband subscribers in select Eastern European countries -July 2007
Table 5 - Internet users and penetration in Albania - 1995 - 2006
Table 6 - Internet subscribers and penetration in Albania - 2000 - 2006
Table 7 - Ecommerce sites by services provided in Belarus - October 2006
Table 8 - Internet users and penetration in Belarus - 1995 - 2006
Table 9 - Internet subscribers and penetration in Belarus - 2000 - 2006
Table 10 - Registered top level domains (TLDs) in Belarus - April 2007
Table 11 - Broadband subscribers and penetration in Belarus - 2003 - 2006
Table 12 - Internet users and penetration in Bosnia-Herzegovina - 1999 - 2007
Table 13 - Internet subscribers and penetration in Bosnia-Herzegovina - 1999 -2006
Table 14 - Internet subscribers by access type & annual change in Bosnia-Herzegovina - 2004 - 2005
Table 15 - Number of registered .ba domains in Bosnia-Herzegovina - 2005;2007
Table 16 - Dial-up subscribers by fixed-line incumbent ISP in Bosnia-Herzegovina- 2000 - 2007
Table 17 - Cable and ADSL subscribers in Bosnia-Herzegovina - 2004 - 2006
Table 18 - Broadband subscribers and penetration in Bosnia-Herzegovina - 2002- 2006
Table 19 - Take-up of online services in Bulgaria - 2004; 2006
Table 20 - E-government availability & usage indicators in Bulgaria - 2004 - 2006
Table 21 - E-commerce availability & usage indicators in Bulgaria - 2004 - 2006
Table 22 - Internet users and penetration in Bulgaria - 1995 - 2006
Table 23 - Internet subscribers and penetration in Bulgaria - 2001 - 2006
Table 24 - Household narrowband & broadband penetration in Bulgaria - 2005 -2006
Table 25 - Internet access by location in Bulgaria - 2004; 2006
Table 26 - Household PC & notebook penetration in Bulgaria - 2005 - 2006
Table 27 - Factors behind households not connected to the Internet in Bulgaria -2006
Table 28 - Broadband subscribers and penetration in Bulgaria - 2006
Table 29 - Broadband subscribers by access technology in Bulgaria - 2006 - 2007
Table 30 - Household widescreen and standard TV penetration in Bulgaria - 2006
Table 31 - TV content reception method and penetration in Bulgaria - 2006
Table 32 - Internet users and penetration in Croatia - 1995 - 2006
Table 33 - Internet subscribers and penetration in Croatia - 2000 - 2006
Table 34 - Household narrowband & broadband penetration in Croatia - 2005 -2006
Table 35 - Household PC & notebook penetration in Croatia - 2005 - 2006
Table 36 - Factors behind households not connected to the Internet in Croatia -2006
Table 37 - T-HT dial-up subscribers - 2003 - 2006
Table 38 - T-HT total Internet subscribers by access type - 2005 - 2006
Table 39 - Broadband subscribers and penetration in Croatia - 2003 - 2007
Table 40 - T-HT ADSL subscribers: residential and business - 2002 - 2006
Table 41 - Forecast broadband subscriber growth - stronger market growthscenario in Croatia - 2007 - 2011; 2017
Table 42 - Forecast broadband subscriber growth - weaker market growthscenario in Croatia - 2007 - 2011; 2017
Table 43 - Audience share by broadcaster - prime time in Croatia - 2004 - 2007
Table 44 - Audience share by broadcaster - all day in Croatia - 2004 - 2007
Table 45 - Household widescreen and standard TV penetration in Croatia - 2006
Table 46 - TV content reception method in Croatia - 2006
Table 47 - Take up of online services in Cyprus - 2004 - 2006
Table 48 - E-commerce availability & usage indicators in Cyprus - 2004 - 2006 39
Table 49 - Internet users and penetration in Cyprus - 1995 - 20062007 - Eastern European Broadband and Convergence Markets
Table 50 - Internet subscribers and penetration in Cyprus - 1999 - 2006
Table 51 - Household narrowband & broadband penetration in Cyprus - 2005 -2006
Table 52 - Internet access by location in Cyprus - 2004 - 2006
Table 53 - Household PC & notebook penetration in Cyprus - 2005 - 2006
Table 54 - Factors behind households not connected to the Internet in Cyprus -2006
Table 55 - Market share of dial-up competitors in Cyprus - 2006
Table 56 - Broadband subscribers and penetration in Cyprus - 2001 - 2007
Table 57 - Broadband subscribers by access technology in Cyprus - March 2007
Table 58 - Broadband subscriber growth - stronger market growth scenario inCyprus - 2007 - 2011; 2017
Table 59 - Broadband subscriber growth - weaker market growth scenario inCyprus - 2007 - 2011; 2017
Table 60 - Household widescreen and standard TV penetration in Cyprus - 2006
Table 61 - TV content reception method and household penetration in Cyprus -2006
Table 62 - E-government availability and usage indicators in the Czech Republic -2005 - 2006
Table 63 - E-commerce availability and usage indicators in the Czech Republic -2005 - 2006
Table 64 - Internet users and penetration in the Czech Republic - 1998 - 2006 48
Table 65 - Internet subscribers and penetration in the Czech Republic - 2000 -2006
Table 66 - Household PC and notebook penetration in the Czech Republic - 2005- 2006
Table 67 - Factors behind households not connected to the Internet in the CzechRepublic - 2006
Table 68 - Internet access by location in the Czech Republic - 2004 - 2006
Table 69 - Take up of online services in the Czech Republic - 2005 - 2006
Table 70 - Telefónica O2 Internet subscribers by access type and annual change- 2006 - 2007
Table 71 - VOLNÝ Internet subscribers and annual change - 2004 - 2006
Table 72 - Broadband subscribers by access type & annual change in the CzechRepublic - March 2007
Table 73 - Broadband penetration in the Czech Republic - 2001 - 2007
Table 74 - Telefónica O2 CR ADSL subscribers - 2003 - 2007
Table 75 - Forecast broadband subscriber growth - stronger market growthscenario in the Czech Republic - 2007 - 2011; 2017
Table 76 - Forecast broadband subscriber growth - weaker market growthscenario in the Czech Republic - 2007 - 2011; 2017
Table 77 - Household widescreen and standard TV penetration in the CzechRepublic - 2006
Table 78 - TV content reception method in the Czech Republic - 2006
Table 79 - Audience share by broadcaster - prime time in the Czech Republic -2005 - 2007
Table 80 - Audience share by broadcaster - all day in the Czech Republic - 2005- 2007
Table 81 - UPC operational data: home and subscriber statistics - 2003 - 2007 59
Table 82 - Take up of online services in Estonia - 2005 - 2006
Table 83 - E-government availability & usage indicators in Estonia - 2005 - 2006
Table 84 - E-commerce availability & usage indicators in Estonia - 2005 - 200663
Table 85 - Internet users and penetration in Estonia - 1998 - 2006
Table 86 - Internet subscribers and penetration in Estonia - 2000 - 2006
Table 87 - Internet access by location in Estonia - 2004 - 2006
Table 88 - Household PC & notebook penetration in Estonia - 2005 - 2006
Table 89 - Factors behind households not connected to the Internet in Estonia -2006
Table 90 - Registered top level domains (TLDs) in Estonia - April 2007
Table 91 - Broadband subscribers and penetration in Estonia - 2001 - 2007
Table 92 - Broadband subscribers by access type & annual change in Estonia -March 2007
Table 93 - Elion broadband subscribers - 2003 - 2006
Table 94 - Forecast broadband subscriber growth - stronger market growthscenario in Estonia - 2007 - 2011; 2017
Table 95 - Forecast broadband subscriber growth - weaker market growthscenario in Estonia - 2007 - 2011; 2017
Table 96 - Daily audience share by broadcaster in Estonia - September 2007
Table 97 - Household widescreen and standard TV penetration in Estonia - 2006
Table 98 - TV content reception method in Estonia - 2006
Table 99 - Starman revenue, operating & net profit, investment and annualchange - 2005 - 2006
Table 100 - Starman operational data: home and subscriber statistics - 2005 -2007
Table 101 - E-commerce availability and usage indicators in Greece - 2005 -2006
Table 102 - E-government availability and usage indicators in Greece - 2005 -2006
Table 103 - Internet users and penetration in Greece - 1995 - 2006
Table 104 - Internet subscribers and penetration in Greece - 2000 - 2006
Table 105 - Take up of online services in Greece - 2005 - 2006
Table 106 - Internet access by location in Greece - 2004 - 2006
Table 107 - Household PC and notebook penetration in Greece - 2005 - 2006
Table 108 - Factors behind households not connected to the Internet in Greece -2006
Table 109 - Internet market revenue and annual change in Greece - 2000 - 2006
Table 110 - OTE operating revenue, operating profit and net profit - 2005 - 2006
Table 111 - Broadband subscribers by access type and annual change in Greece -March 2007
Table 112 - Broadband subscribers and penetration in Greece - 2003 - 2007
Table 113 - OTE retail and wholesale ADSL subscribers - 2005 - 2007
Table 114 - Broadband subscriber growth - stronger market growth scenario inGreece - 2007 - 2011; 2017
Table 115 - Broadband subscriber growth - weaker market growth scenario inGreece - 2007 - 2011; 2017
Table 116 - Household widescreen and standard TV penetration in Greece - 2006
Table 117 - TV content reception method in Greece - 2006
Table 118 - E-government availability and usage indicators in Hungary - 2005 -2006
Table 119 - E-commerce availability and usage indicators in Hungary - 2006
Table 120 - Internet users and penetration in Hungary - 1995 - 2006
Table 121 - Internet subscribers and penetration in Hungary - 2000 - 2006
Table 122 - Dial-up Internet subscribers in Hungary - 2001 - 2007
Table 123 - Internet access by location in Hungary - 2004 - 2006
Table 124 - Household PC and notebook penetration in Hungary - 2005 - 2006 89
Table 125 - Factors behind households not connected to the Internet in Hungary- 2006
Table 126 - Take up of online services in Hungary - 2005 - 2006
Table 127 - T-Online Internet and dial-up subscribers - 2000 - 2007
Table 128 - Broadband subscriptions by access technology used in Hungary -2001 - 2007
Table 129 - Broadband subscribers and penetration in Hungary - 2000 - 2007. 91
Table 130 - Net income from broadband subscriptions by access type in Hungary- 2004 - 2007
Table 131 - Magyar Telekom ADSL subscribers - 2001 - 2007
Table 132 - Forecast broadband subscriber growth - stronger market growthscenario in Hungary - 2007 - 2011; 2017
Table 133 - Forecast broadband subscriber growth - weaker market growthscenario in Hungary - 2007 - 2011; 2017
Table 134 - Household widescreen and standard TV penetration in Hungary -2006
Table 135 - TV content reception method in Hungary - 2006
Table 136 - UPC operational data: home and subscriber statistics - 2003 - 2007
Table 137 - T-Kabel cable subscribers - 2002 - 2006
Table 138 - Take up of online services in Latvia - 2005 - 2006
Table 139 - E-government availability & usage indicators in Latvia - 2005 - 2006
Table 140 - E-commerce availability & usage indicators in Latvia - 2005 - 2006
Table 141 - Internet users and penetration in Latvia - 1996 - 2006
Table 142 - Internet subscribers and penetration in Latvia - 2000 - 2006
Table 143 - Internet access by location in Latvia - 2004 - 2006
Table 144 - Household PC & notebook penetration in Latvia - 2005 - 2006
Table 145 - Factors behind households not connected to the Internet in Latvia -2006
Table 146 - Registered top level domains (TLDs) in Latvia - April 2007
Table 147 - Broadband subscribers by access type and annual change in Latvia -March 2007
Table 148 - Broadband subscribers and penetration in Latvia - 2001 - 2007
Table 149 - Lattelecom broadband subscribers and quarterly change - 2002 -2007
Table 150 - Lattelecom ADSL subscribers - 2001 - 2007
Table 151 - Forecast broadband subscriber growth - stronger market growthscenario in Latvia - 2007 - 2011; 2017
Table 152 - Forecast broadband subscriber growth - weaker market growthscenario in Latvia - 2007 - 2011; 2017
Table 153 - Household widescreen and standard TV penetration in Latvia - 2006
Table 154 - TV content reception method in Latvia - 2006
Table 155 - Take up of online services in Lithuania - 2005 - 2006
Table 156 - E-government availability & usage indicators in Lithuania - 2005 -2006
Table 157 - E-commerce availability & usage indicators - 2005 - 2006
Table 158 - Internet users and penetration in Lithuania - 1996 - 2006
Table 159 - Total Internet market revenue & Internet subscribers in Lithuania -2003 - 2006
Table 160 - Internet access type by subscribers and revenue market share inLithuania - 2006
Table 161 - ISP market share by subscribers and revenue in Lithuania - 2006 111
Table 162 - Household PC & notebook penetration in Lithuania - 2005 - 2006 111
Table 163 - Factors behind households not connected to the Internet in Lithuania- 2006
Table 164 - Registered top level domains (TLDs) in Lithuania - 2007
Table 165 - Internet access by location in Lithuania - 2004 - 2006
Table 166 - Broadband subscribers by access type and annual change inLithuania - March 2007
Table 167 - Broadband subscribers and penetration in Lithuania - 2001 - 2007
Table 168 - Monthly cost of unlimited broadband connection by connection speedin Lithuania - 2005 - 2006
Table 169 - TEO broadband subscribers - 2003 - 2007
Table 170 - TEO ADSL subscribers - 2004 - 2007
Table 171 - Forecast broadband subscriber growth - stronger market growthscenario in Lithuania - 2007 - 2011; 2017
Table 172 - Forecast broadband subscriber growth - weaker market growthscenario in Lithuania - 2007 - 2011; 2017
Table 173 - Household widescreen and standard TV - household penetration inLithuania - 2006
Table 174 - TV content reception method - household penetration in Lithuania -2006
Table 175 - Cable TV and MMDS subscribers in Lithuania - 1997 - 2006
Table 176 - Market share of cable TV and MMDS operator in Lithuania - 2006 118
Table 177 - Internet users and penetration in Macedonia - 1995 - 2006
Table 178 - Internet subscribers and penetration in Macedonia - 2004 - 2006 120
Table 179 - Makedonski Telekomunikacii Internet subscribers by connection type- 2004 - 2007
Table 180 - MTnet dial-up subscribers and market share - 2004 - 2007
Table 181 - Broadband subscribers and penetration in Macedonia - 2005 - 2006
Table 182 - MakTel ADSL and leased line subscribers in Macedonia - 2005 - 2007
Table 183 - Internet users and penetration in Moldova - 1995 - 2006
Table 184 - Internet subscribers and penetration in Moldova - 2000 - 2006
Table 185 - Registered top level domains (TLDs) in Moldova - April 2007
Table 186 - Total ISP and data market revenue by service provider in Moldova -2006
Table 187 - Broadband subscribers and penetration in Moldova - 2001 - 2006126
Table 188 - Broadband subscribers by access type in Moldova - 2005 - 2006. 126
Table 189 - Broadcasting sector revenue and investment in Moldova - 2004 -2006
Table 190 - Internet users and penetration in Montenegro - 2001 - 2007
Table 191 - Internet subscribers in Montenegro - 1998 - 2006
Table 192 - T-Com dial-up subscribers - 2005 - 2007
Table 193 - T-Com Internet ADSL & leased line subscribers - 2005 - 2007
Table 194 - Take up of online services in Poland - 2005 - 2006
Table 195 - E-government availability and usage indicators in Poland - 2005 -2006
Table 196 - E-commerce availability and usage indicators in Poland - 2005 -2006
Table 197 - Internet users and penetration in Poland - 1996 - 2006
Table 198 - Internet subscribers and penetration in Poland - 2001 - 2006
Table 199 - Value of ISP market - 2004 - 2006
Table 200 - Market share by revenue of dial-up ISPs in Poland - 2006
Table 201 - Internet access by location in Poland - 2004 - 2006
Table 202 - Household PC and notebook penetration in Poland - 2005 - 2006 134
Table 203 - Factors behind households not connected to the Internet in Poland -2006
Table 204 - Broadband subscribers by access type and annual change in Poland -March 2007
Table 205 - Broadband subscribers and penetration in Poland - 2001 - 2006 . 1362007 - Eastern European Broadband and Convergence Markets
Table 206 - Netia broadband subscribers by access type - 2006 - 2007
Table 207 - Market share of cable broadband ISPs measured by subscriber levelsin Poland - 2006
Table 208 - TPSA ADSL subscribers - 2003 - 2007
Table 209 - Forecast broadband subscriber growth - stronger market growthscenario in Poland - 2007 - 2010; 2017
Table 210 - Forecast broadband subscriber growth - weaker market growthscenario in Poland - 2007 - 2010; 2017
Table 211 - Nationwide all-day audience share by broadcaster in Poland - 2002 -2006
Table 212 - Nationwide primetime audience share by broadcaster in Poland -2002 - 2006
Table 213 - Household widescreen and standard TV penetration in Poland - 2006
Table 214 - TV content reception method in Poland - 2006
Table 215 - UPC operational data: home and subscriber statistics - 2003 - 2007
Table 216 - Multimedia Polska revenue, EBITDA, net profit and annual change -2006 - 2007
Table 217 - Take up of online services in Romania - 2004; 2006
Table 218 - Internet users and penetration in Romania - 1995 - 2006
Table 219 - Internet subscribers and penetration in Romania - 2002 - 2006
Table 220 - Internet access by location in Romania - 2004; 2006
Table 221 - Household PC & notebook penetration in Romania - 2005 - 2006 149
Table 222 - Factors behind households not connected to the Internet in Romania- 2006
Table 223 - Total dial-up traffic in Romania - 2004 - 2006
Table 224 - Active ISPs by service offered in Romania - 2003 - 2006
Table 225 - Broadband subscribers and penetration in Romania - 2001 - 2007
Table 226 - Broadband subscribers by access type in Romania - June 2007
Table 227 - Forecast broadband subscriber growth - stronger market growthscenario in Romania - 2007 - 2011; 2017
Table 228 - Forecast broadband subscriber growth - weaker market growthscenario in Romania - 2007 - 2011; 2017
Table 229 - VoIP subscribers in Romania - 2004 - 2006
Table 230 - Prime time audience share by broadcaster in Romania - 2004 - 2007
Table 231 - All day audience share by broadcaster in Romania - 2004 - 2007 155
Table 232 - Household widescreen and standard TV penetration in Romania -2006
Table 233 - TV content reception method in Romania - 2006
Table 234 - UPC operational data: home and subscriber statistics - 2006 - 2007
Table 235 - Romanian DTH subscribers by platform - October 2006
Table 236 - DigiTV subscribers in selected countries - April 2007
Table 237 - Number of registered domains in Russia - 2004 - 2007
Table 238 - Internet digital content market by service in Russia - 2006
Table 239 - Internet users and penetration in Russia - 1998 - 2010
Table 240 - Percentage of population using the Internet by location in Russia -2001 - 2007
Table 241 - PC penetration in Russia - 2001 - 2006
Table 242 - PC and notebook sales by brand and market share in Russia - 2005 -2006
Table 243 - Notebook sales by brand and market share in Russia - 2005 - 2006
Table 244 - Svyazinvest Internet revenue by service and year-on-year change -2006
Table 245 - Corporate VAS market revenue in Russia - 2003 - 2005
Table 246 - Market share of Corporate VAS providers in Russia - Q3 2006
Table 247 - RTComm revenue and CAPEX and annual change - 2001 - 2006 . 166
Table 248 - RTComm IP traffic growth - 2001 - 2006
Table 249 - Comstar-Direct dial-up, broadband and IPTV subscribers - 2003 -2006
Table 250 - Broadband subscribers and penetration in Russia - 2002 - 2006
Table 251 - Top 10 broadband ISPs subscribers in Russia - 2006
Table 252 - Market share of Moscow fixed-line broadband market - June 2006
Table 253 - Broadband subscribers of Svyazinvest operators and ISP ranking -2006
Table 254 - Internet users and penetration in Serbia and Montenegro - 1998 -2006
Table 255 - Dial-up subscribers in Serbia - 2004 - 2005
Table 256 - Broadband subscriptions by connection type in Serbia - 2004 - 2006
Table 257 - Broadband subscribers and penetration in Serbia - 2005 - 2006
Table 258 - Cable TV subscribers and penetration in Serbia - 2004 - 2006
Table 259 - Cable TV revenue breakdown by service and annual change in Serbia- 2004 - 2005
Table 260 - Cable TV cost breakdown by cost type in Serbia - 2004 - 2005
Table 261 - Take up of online services in Slovakia - 2004 - 2006
Table 262 - E-government availability and usage indicators in Slovakia - 2004 -2006
Table 263 - E-commerce availability and usage indicators in Slovakia - 2004 -2005
Table 264 - Internet users and penetration in Slovakia - 1995 - 2006
Table 265 - Internet subscribers and penetration in Slovakia - 2000 - 2006
Table 266 - Internet access by location in Slovakia - 2004 - 2006
Table 267 - Household PC and notebook penetration in Slovakia - 2005 - 2006
Table 268 - Factors behind households not connected to the Internet in Slovakia- 2006
Table 269 - Broadband subscribers by access type and annual change in Slovakia- March 2007
Table 270 - Broadband subscribers and penetration in Slovakia - 2002 - 2007192
Table 271 - Slovak Telekom retail, wholesale ADSL lines and annual change -2005 - 2006
Table 272 - Forecast broadband subscriber growth - stronger market growthscenario in Slovakia - 2007 - 2011; 2017
Table 273 - Forecast broadband subscriber growth - weaker market growthscenario in Slovakia - 2007 - 2011; 2017
Table 274 - Audience share by broadcaster - prime time in Slovakia - 2005 -2007
Table 275 - Audience share by broadcaster - all day in Slovakia - 2005 - 2007
Table 276 - Household widescreen and standard TV penetration in Slovakia -2006
Table 277 - Household penetration of TV by reception method in Slovakia - 2006
Table 278 - Cable TV subscribers and annual change in Slovakia - 2001 - 2005
Table 279 - UPC operational data: home and subscriber statistics in Slovakia -2003 - 2007
Table 280 - Take up of online services in Slovenia - 2004 - 2006
Table 281 - E-government availability and usage indicators in Slovenia - 2004 -2006
Table 282 - E-commerce availability and usage indicators in Slovenia - 2004 -2006
Table 283 - E-shopping and e-banking usage among Internet users in Slovenia -2001 - 2005
Table 284 - Internet users and penetration in Slovenia - 1998 - 2006
Table 285 - Internet subscribers and penetration in Slovenia - 2000 - 2006
Table 286 - Internet access by location in Slovenia - 2004 - 2006
Table 287 - Household PC and notebook penetration in Slovenia - 2005 - 2006
Table 288 - Factors behind households not connected to the Internet in Slovenia- 2006
Table 289 - SiOL operating revenue, EBITDA, net profit and annual change -2005 - 2006
Table 290 - Broadband subscribers by access type in Slovenia - March 2007 . 203
Table 291 - Broadband subscribers and penetration in Slovenia - 2001 - 2007203
Table 292 - Telekom Slovenije ADSL subscribers - 2001 - 2006
Table 293 - Forecast broadband subscriber growth - stronger market growthscenario in Slovenia - 2007 - 2011; 2017
Table 294 - Forecast broadband subscriber growth - weaker market growthscenario in Slovenia - 2007 - 2011; 2017
Table 295 - Residential and business market VoIP connections in Slovenia - 2005- 2006
Table 296 - Audience share by broadcaster - prime time in Slovenia - 2005 - 2007
Table 297 - Audience share by broadcaster - all day in Slovenia - 2005 - 2007
Table 298 - Household widescreen and standard TV penetration in Slovenia - 2006
Table 299 - TV content reception method in Slovenia - 2006
Table 300 - UPC operational data: home and subscriber statistics - 2005 - 2007
Table 301 - Registered top level domains (TLDs) in the Ukraine - April 2007
Table 302 - Internet users and penetration in the Ukraine - 1995 - 2006
Table 303 - PC penetration in the Ukraine - 2000 - 2006
Table 304 - Broadband subscribers and penetration in the Ukraine - 2006
Table 305 - Prime time audience share by broadcaster in the Ukraine - 2004 - 2007
Table 306 - All day audience share by broadcaster in the Ukraine - 2004 - 2007
Table 307 - Volia subscribers by service - June 2007


LIST OF EXHIBITS


Exhibit 1 - Cable TV licences awarded in Montenegro - January 2007

Download our eBook: How to Succeed Using Market Research

Learn how to effectively navigate the market research process to help guide your organization on the journey to success.

Download eBook

Share this report