Singapore

Our office in Singapore is located in the heart of the Central Business District.

Our consultants come from around the world and have experience of operational and strategic roles in mobile, broadband and TV companies, as well as equipment vendors and industry regulators.

Because we focus exclusively on TMT, we have developed unparalleled industry knowledge, advisory techniques and data sources. This gives us and our clients a head start in adapting to the rapid changes in the sector.

We help clients across the Asia–Pacific region, including mobile and fixed operators, regulators, financial institutions, private equity firms and vendors.

#10-02 Robinson Centre
61 Robinson Road
068893
Singapore
singapore@analysysmason.com
+65 6493 6038

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  • Analytics software systems: worldwide market shares 2016

    This report provides market share data for communications service provider (CSP) spending on telecoms-specific analytics software systems and related services for 2016. It provides details of how the spending varied by delivery model, service type, vendor and region. The report also includes ‘snapshots’ of information about the leading vendors in the market.

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  • The USA leads the world in spectrum sharing – other countries should follow its lead

    The USA has embarked on a novel approach to spectrum sharing between incumbents and general authorised users, which will reduce the barriers to small cell deployment, particularly in indoor environments. Regulators should consider using similar approaches in their own countries.

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  • Speed is the most important element of a fixed broadband proposition for SMEs

    Fixed service providers must keep their small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) clients happy. According to our survey of more than 1000 SMEs, an average of 8% of SMEs planned to change their fixed provider in the next 6 months and bandwidth concerns are driving more than half of those customers. This comment looks at the importance of competing on speed in the SME market.

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