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Fixed network data traffic Market - Worldwide Analysis and Forecasts to 2020

The Fixed network data traffic worldwide: forecasts and analysis 2015–2020 is a new research report added by Reportsnreports.com under the IT & Telecommunication category. Report analyses the drivers and inhibitors of fixed-line data traffic, and forecasts the volume, type and source of that traffic worldwide, as well as the bandwidths required to support it.


PCs will account for less than 20% of fixed data traffic by 2020, and mobile device offload and connected TVs will account for an even split of the remaining percentage.

Connected TVs – and the steady migration of linear and broadcast video to unicast and online – are beginning to drive strong growth in traffic on fixed broadband networks, and we expect half of all broadband connections worldwide to generate 100GB per month of Internet traffic alone by 2020. This report examines how broadband networks will evolve to cater for this traffic. It analyses the drivers and inhibitors of fixed-line data traffic, and forecasts the volume, type and source of that traffic worldwide, as well as the bandwidths required to support it.


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The report answers the following key questions.

  • How much traffic will there be on fixed networks?
  • How will that traffic be split in terms of Internet, managed IP and multicast IPTV?
  • How will that traffic be split in terms of end-user devices: TVs, PCs and mobile devices?
  • Will next-generation access (NGA) deliver more traffic, or does the increase in traffic drive NGA?
  • How will median usage differ from the mean?
  • How will upstream traffic evolve?
  • How will busy-hour bandwidth evolve?
  • How will 4K affect data traffic and bandwidths?

Geographical coverage

The report provides forecasts for the following eight geographical regions.

  • Central and Eastern Europe (CEE)
  • Developed Asia–Pacific (DVAP)
  • Emerging Asia–Pacific (EMAP)
  • Latin America (LATAM)
  • Middle East and North Africa (MENA)
  • North America (NA)
  • Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA)
  • Western Europe (WE)