U.S. Residential DSL Access Services Markets: Competitive Analysis of Carriers & ISPs

U.S. Residential DSL Access Services Markets: Competitive Analysis of Carriers & ISPs

RELEASE DATE
14-Apr-2003
REGION
North America
Research Code: A486-01-00-00-00
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The U.S. consumer digital subscriber line (DSL) market is dominated by the four regional Bell operating companies (RBOCs) that controlled 85% percent of all DSL subscribers in the U.S. at the end of 2002. Although the RBOCs have been slow in deployment of DSL access, lately they have made significant strides in improving the DSL provisioning and customer acquisition process. On the residential DSL access front, the increasing usage of self-install capabilities and the growing DSL provider partnerships with large content specialists such as MSN and Yahoo are facilitating market reach to additional target markets. Overall, the outlook for DSL providers remains bright as consumer demand for broadband services continues to grow.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary: Residential DSL Access Services Market

  • Residential DSL Access Market Continues to Grow

Market Overview and Analysis

  • DSL Availability and Penetration Continue to Lag Cable Modem Services
  • Market Challenges
  • Market Drivers
  • Market Restraints

Competitive & Regulatory Influences

  • DSL Competition Expands as National ISPs Forge Wholesale Access Deals
  • Regulatory Factors Impact DSL Deployment
  • Rural ILECs: Expanding DSL Beyond Suburbia Markets

DSL Carrier Strategies

  • RBOCs' DSL Srategies
  • DSL Competitive Operators' Strategies

ISPs Marketing DSL Access

  • Access to Broadband Networks is Vital for National ISPs
  • Tier-I ISPs' Strategies
  • Tier-II ISPs' Strategies

Conclusions and Awards

  • Conclusions
  • Market Engineering Awards
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The U.S. consumer digital subscriber line (DSL) market is dominated by the four regional Bell operating companies (RBOCs) that controlled 85% percent of all DSL subscribers in the U.S. at the end of 2002. Although the RBOCs have been slow in deployment of DSL access, lately they have made significant strides in improving the DSL provisioning and customer acquisition process. On the residential DSL access front, the increasing usage of self-install capabilities and the growing DSL provider partnerships with large content specialists such as MSN and Yahoo are facilitating market reach to additional target markets. Overall, the outlook for DSL providers remains bright as consumer demand for broadband services continues to grow.
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Industries Telecom
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