NETKUTATÁSOK.hu
A fontos magyar és a tanulságos nemzetközi internetkutatások eredményeinek blogja - online vállalkozóknak és online hirdetőknek. Azért, hogy jobban megismerjük és megértsük az internetet és az internetezőket.
"Ne azt számold, hány embert érsz el, azokat érd el, akik számítanak."
[David Ogilvy]
Kérdése, észrevétele, javaslata esetén várjuk levelét a hello[kukac]sarkozymarketing.hu email címen, vagy az oldal alján található Kapcsolatfelvételi űrlapon.

2013. május 7.

EN - Vezetékes szélessávú internet penetráció az EU átlag alatt Magyarországon 2012

Differences across Member States are some significant than in coverage. The Netherlands (39.3%), Denmark (39.1%) have by far the highest penetration rates (lines as a percentage of population), followed by France (35.8%) and Germany (33.9%). 

On the other hand, there are four Member states below 20%: Romania (16 %), Bulgaria (17.7%), Slovakia (18.5%) and Poland (19.2%). The gap between the best and the worst performing Member States is continuously decreasing; the coefficient of variation of penetration rates went down from 26.5% in July 2011 to 23.7% in July 2012.

In terms of penetration growth by Member State, there was an increase in all Member States in the last 12 months except for Austria, where mobile broadband often appears to be a substitute to fixed broadband. The highest increases were registered in Latvia (3.2 p.p.), Lithuania (3.2 p.p.), Poland (2.9 p.p.) and the Czech Republic (2.5 p.p.) over the last 12 months, all four still being below the EU average in penetration.

The market share of DSL varies greatly among Member States from 24% in Romania to 100% in Greece. In 16 EU Member States, more than 50% of fixed broadband lines are DSL. Alternative technologies are more significant in Eastern European Member States (Figure 12).

Regarding Next Generation Access technologies providing very high speed broadband, the EU average penetration rate is still low, reaching 4% in July 2012. In this report, FTTH, VDSL, Cable Docsis 3.0. and other NGA (any other technology capable of at least 30 Mbps download) are considered as NGA technologies. Different trends can be identified in terms of penetration behaviour: the Netherlands, Belgium, Malta and Lithuania registered a penetration rate above 10% of total population. On the other hand, NGA is marginal in Greece, Cyprus and Italy (Figure 16).

The majority of fixed broadband lines are NGA in three Member States: Romania (64%), Belgium (54%) and Lithuania (52%) as opposed to an EU average of 16%. On the other hand, Cyprus, Italy, France and UK feature figures below 10%.







Source: European Commission