U.S. Rural Access Platforms Market

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The objective of this report is to analyze various rural high-speed access platforms and service providers. Specifically, the report will focus on service providers that serve residential customers. While the focus of the report is on rural markets, it is to be noted that several of the providers examined in this report offer services in Tier-II and Tier-III markets such as Columbus (OH), Overland Park (KS), Rochester (NY), and other similar markets.

Table of Contents

U.S. Rural Access Platforms Market, Residential Rural Access PlatformsExecutive SummaryIntroduction and DefinitionsSummary of Key Market TrendsMarket OverviewRural Broadband Deployment: Bridging the "Digital Divide"Market ChallengesMarket DriversMarket RestraintsAnalysis of the Rural xDSL MarketFavorable Regulatory Rulings Encourage Rural DSL Deployment by the RBOCsNon-RBOC ILECs Pushing DSL AvailabilityPresence of Competitive DSL Providers Remains Thin in Rural MarketsAnalysis of Cable Modem Services in Rural MarketsCompetitive Threats for Cable Operators Intensify in Non-Metropolitan MarketsRural Fixed Wireless Broadband AnalysisLicensed Fixed Wireless Continues to Face Technical and Financial ChallengesUnlicensed Fixed Wireless Providers Gain Traction in Rural MarketsAnalysis of Satellite Broadband Access in Rural MarketsSatellite Broadband: Declining Prices Increase Service's Attractiveness Conclusions & Market Engineering AwardsConclusionsMarket Engineering Awards for the Rural Broadband Access Provider Industry




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