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A Major Increase in Worldwide Broadband Subscribers, Not to Mention the Hot Popularity of Wireless- and VoIP-Enabled Equipment, is Resulting in a Healthy CPE Growth This Year.

DUBLIN, Ireland -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c29528) has announced the addition of Broadband CPE 2005: Focus on VoIP, Integration & Wireless to their offering.

Although the broadband Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) market is in the process of transitioning from being heavily dominated by modems toward a heavier focus on gateways, this process is not occurring overnight. Service providers are behind this transition to enable back-end managed home networks and opportunities for additional revenue. A major increase in worldwide broadband subscribers, not to mention the hot popularity of wireless- and VoIP-enabled equipment, is resulting in a healthy CPE growth this year that is on track to approach 20%. Many consumers are attempting to save on their traditional phone bill by trying out several flavors of VoIP that are available today. With this interest, the market for VoIP-enabled CPE has benefited, and will continue to benefit.

This report found the following:

--Many consumers are attempting to save on their phone bill by trying out several flavors of VoIP, which is boosting the market for VoIP-enabled CPE.

--The move from two-box solutions, such as modem/router combinations, to one-box residential gateway deployments for home networks means fewer boxes sold.

--This two-for-one box transition, however, will impact total broadband CPE unit growth over the next 5 years.

This report includes discussions of trends, worldwide vendor market shares (modems, gateways, SOHO routers), and provides five-year forecasts of residential gateways, modems, and routers in units and revenues. Cable and DSL CPE modems and gateways are also forecasted by region. Forecasts for gateways are broken out by access type. Also included are forecasts for cable CPE with E-MTA, VoIP-enabled DSL CPE and routers, and DOCSIS standard migration. Market shares for modems (DSL and Cable), gateways and routers are included as well.

Contents Include:

Executive Summary

Methodology

CPE Standards

--Cable Modem Standards

DOCSIS 1.1

DOCSIS 2.0

DOCSIS 3.0

Certified Products & Cable Modem Vendors

Migration Forecast: DOCSIS 1.0 to 3.0

International Standards

PacketCable: IP Technology for Multimedia

IPCablecom

CableHome

--VoIP

SIP vs. Packet Cable

--DSL Standards

ADSL

ADSL2 and ADSL2+

VDSL

VDSL2

UDSL

DSLHome

New DSLHome TR's Extend Service Provider's Support of the Networked Home

--FTTH

CPE Market Analysis

--Broadband CPE Landscape

--High-Speed Data Services

--VoIP: Hotter than Hot

VoIP Technology

VoIP-Based Cable Telephony Rolling Out

VoIP vs. Circuit Switch Advantages

VON Service Providers

From Early Adopters to Mainstream

--Gateway Transition

--Set Top Box & Gateway Integration

--CPE Market Shares

Residential Gateway Market Shares

xDSL Modem Market Shares

Cable Modem Market Shares

SOHO Router Market Shares

Broadband CPE Forecasts

--Total Worldwide Broadband CPE

--Residential Gateways

--Cable CPE

E-MTAs

--DSL CPE

--FTTH CPE

--Cable CPE by Region: Modems vs. Gateways

--DSL CPE by Region: Modems vs. Gateways

Asia: China to Lead

Europe

--SOHO Routers

List of Tables

List of Figures

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c29528
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