Delhi, India (PressExposure) July 01, 2009 -- RNCOS has recently added a new Market Research Report titled, "Middle East ICT Market Analysis" to its report gallery. Middle East has been witnessing strong growth in its ICT sector for the past few years as the governments across the region are investing huge amount of funds for the development of this sector in a move to reduce their dependency on oil, says our new research report, "Middle East ICT Market Analysis". Ongoing global economic downturn and a steep decline in oil prices have further enlightened the need for continuous development of the sector.
Our research reveals that the ICT market in the Middle East has the highest growth potential in the world. The region offers a plethora of opportunities to foreign players, like security for corporate and government networks, Internet services, IPTV, WiMAX, 3G and content & application development. Each of the opportunities has been thoroughly analyzed in the report.
Our research also highlights the factors responsible for the growth in the Middle East ICT market over the forecast period. It says that the booming industrial sector in the ME is playing critical role in promoting reforms and global competitiveness. Apart from this, regional governments' initiatives, such as liberalization and privatization of the telecom industry and setting up of technology parks, are infusing growth in the ICT industry. These governments are heavily investing in the development of Internet infrastructure to compete with the global Internet environment,
We foresee massive number of expansion opportunities for various industry players like mobile operators, internet/broadband providers, fixed-line operators, 3G operators and so on. Some key countries, such as Egypt, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Israel, UAE, Jordan, Iran, Qatar, Oman and Bahrain, have shown interest in the ICT market expansion that indicate to regional trends and developments.
Anticipating the current market trends and future prospects, we have done a comprehensive analysis of the Middle East ICT market. The report gives detailed country-wise analysis of the ICT market by studying it in terms of IT industry, mobile subscribers, fixed telephone line subscribers, Internet subscribers and broadband subscribers.