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BSD stands for Broadband Subscriber Database

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Infonetics’ quarterly broadband subscriber database tracks fixed broadband subscribers (DSL, cable broadband, FTTB and LAN, FTTH) in North America, EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa), Asia Pacific, and CALA (Caribbean and Latin America). The database, which includes searchable and sortable pivot tables, data, and charts, provides subscriber data by region, technology, individual service provider, and service provider type (cable operator, competitive, incumbent, independent wireless, satellite).
The number of subscribers to UK broadband networks broke through the 5 million mark in September according to the Telecom Markets' Broadband Subscriber Database (BSD). "With some 50,000 new subscribers joining every week, the 5 million barrier was breached in mid-September", says Gareth Willmer, analyst for the database. Out of some 3 million DSL subscribers about 40% subscribe to BT directly, the majority subscribing to a service offered by ISPs that buy their DSL service wholesale from BT.
This database, based on the 3Q 2008 Broadband Database (OD-BSUB), presents an overview of the broadband market across three key platforms: DSL, cable, and fiber. The Broadband Subscriber Market Data Database supplies historical and cumulative subscriber forecasts and penetration for the related broadband platforms. Data is analyzed for the seven regions (Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Asia-Pacific, North America, Latin America, Middle East, and Africa) around the world, as well as key countries within each region.
Infonetics’ quarterly broadband subscriber database tracks fixed broadband subscribers (DSL, cable broadband, FTTB and LAN, FTTH) in North America, EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa), Asia Pacific, and CALA (Caribbean and Latin America). The database, which includes searchable and sortable pivot tables, data, and charts, provides subscriber data by region, technology, individual service provider, and service provider type (cable operator, competitive, incumbent, independent wireless, satellite).
Infonetics’ quarterly broadband subscriber database tracks fixed broadband subscribers (DSL, cable broadband, FTTB and LAN, FTTH) in North America, EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa), Asia Pacific, and CALA (Caribbean and Latin America). The database, which includes searchable and sortable pivot tables, data, and charts, provides subscriber data by region, technology, individual service provider, and service provider type (cable operator, competitive, incumbent, independent wireless, satellite).
Infonetics’ quarterly broadband subscriber database tracks fixed broadband subscribers (DSL, cable broadband, FTTB and LAN, FTTH) in North America, EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa), Asia Pacific, and CALA (Caribbean and Latin America). The database, which includes searchable and sortable pivot tables, data, and charts, provides subscriber data by region, technology, individual service provider, and service provider type (cable operator, competitive, incumbent, independent wireless, satellite).
TMone Broadband Subscriber Database Now Covers 90% of the Universe US Broadband Subscriber Database Is Now 38 Million and Growing.
Infonetics Launches Broadband Subscriber Database of 130+ Service Providers; “Phenomenal Growth” in Asia Business Wire.