There are some interesting conclusions one might draw about the relative importance of several service provider products, in the latest communications industry revenue forecast published by the Telecommunications Industry Association. The most-obvious take away is the dominance and importance of wireless services.
U.S. wireless revenue in 2012 will be about $335 billion, while fixed network voice revenue will be about $132 billion, with an additional $38 billion in broadband access revenue and $6 billion in television revenue, for a total of about $176 billion in fixed network revenue.
In case you hadn’t noticed, in the U.S. market, wireless now is 66 percent of total revenue; all fixed network services just a third.
The percentage of wireless services in global markets other than the United States is similar. http://www.carrierevolution.com/articles/372808/some-important-conclusions-can-be-drawn-from-new-t/