DSL lines set to double, IDC says

Shipments of digital subscriber line (DSL) ports in the GCC are set to more than double by the end of 2006, according to the latest findings from research firm IDC

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By  Published  December 3, 2006

Shipments of digital subscriber line (DSL) ports in the GCC are set to more than double by the end of 2006, according to the latest findings from research firm IDC. Total market revenue for the DSL equipment market in the GCC is expected to expand more than 88% in 2006, according to IDC, having reached US$31.8million in 2005. “This region has an advantage over other parts of the world in that operators did not spend large amounts of money in the early days on cable and DSL networks,” said Mark Rotter, program manager, telecommunications, IDC Middle East and Africa (MEA).

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