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Friday, July 15, 2005
Rajesh points to Om Malik's writing that Asia Leads The IPTV Revolution adding "South East Asia region is the current leader in IPTV adoption, with seven out of 13 countries already having rolled out some sort of service including PCCW’s NOW, which is the largest IPTV deployment in the world, and accounts for one third of the total global IPTV subscribers. Gartner estimates that the number of IPTV subscribers in these countries will double by end of 2005. New broadband networks capable of supporting higher speed flavors of DSL is one of the reason for quicker take-off and high population density and short geographical coverage makes higher deployment of DSL/Broadband easier in that part of the world. Second reason - there are no legacy cable networks(I think should be read as untapped market for cable is high),the massive scale adoption in Asia could give the region a leg-up in defining the future direction of IPTV as well."
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