The telecommunications market in Chile generated $5.2bn in revenue in 2008. We expect it to be worth $4.6bn in 2009, a 12% decrease, but to expand at a CAGR of 6.6% over the next five years, for a total of $6.4bn in 2014. Mobile broadband adoption, which added more than 225,000 subscribers in 2008, and the increasing uptake of fixed broadband in bundled offers from telcos will make the largest contributions to the expansion of the broadband sector. Revenue from fixed circuit-switched voice will decline at a -3.4% rate as a consequence of the adoption of VoIP, fixed-to-mobile substitution and increasing pressure on end-user tariffs.
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This IDC study provides an analysis of the dynamics that drive the Australian IT services marketplace, including detailed market sizing and growth rates for the overall market and major trends at macromarket and submarket levels. In addition to that, top 10 players, major contracts, and specific recommendations for IT vendors are provided. IDC forecasts that the Australian IT services market will exhibit a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.1% through the five-year forecast period. Expenditure on IT services should reach A$14,765 million by 2009. “The 2005 business and IT priorities signal more moderate spending, with customers focusing on internal productivity and efficiencies, resulting in more constrained demand for IT services. With slowing growth, vendors will have to work much harder to win business, and underperforming vendors will lose market share,” says Phillip Allen, senior analyst, Services Research, IDC Australia.
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