Overview of Converged Networks in Sub-Saharan Africa
This Frost & Sullivan research service titled Overview of Converged Networks in Sub-Saharan Africa focuses on some of the major trends in the convergence of networks, convergence of services and convergence of devices in the region. An analysis of the current market status is provided showing an estimate of the market size by number of subscribers. Based on the current size of the market and assumptions about its evolution, projections on the growth of the market are made and provided. The service takes a closer look at the industry and the shift towards convergence specifically in Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa and Uganda. Strategic recommendations for growth in the market are also provided based on the case studies of other providers and the current and expected trends in the market.
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Key Questions This Study Will Answer
Is the market for convergence growing in terms of subscribers, how long will it continue to grow, and at what rate?
What are some of the main factors driving the market, and what are the main challenges the market faces?
What infrastructure and technology investments are required for the industry? In what are service providers in the region investing to prepare for converged networks?
What are the most prevalent converged service models employed by service providers? How long are these trends expected to continue?
What is the regulatory environment around convergence in the region?
- South Africa