Research and Markets: South Korea - Infrastructure and Broadcasting: Developments in TV Broadcasting Including Satellite and Cable TV and the Conversion to Digital Broadcasting In 2012
Oct 03, 2012 (M2 PRESSWIRE via COMTEX) --
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/q3mlcx/south_korea) has announced the addition of the "South Korea - Infrastructure and Broadcasting" report to their offering.
South Korea has transformed its economy to one that is more progressively knowledge based. Having invested significantly in basic' telecommunications infrastructure over past decades, the country has well developed submarine cable and satellite infrastructure as well as solid internet resources to support the growing demand for national and international communications. This report considers those aspects of infrastructure investments along with developments in TV broadcasting including satellite and cable TV and the conversion to digital broadcasting in 2012. This report then considers the new economy' investments in Smart Infrastructure including Smart Grids and Smart Cities.
South Korea aims to become one of the top 10 aerospace powers in the world by 2015 which is backed by investments of over KRW 2.5 trillion into 2011; the 10-fold expansion of international bandwidth since 2007; aims for a nationwide Smart Grid by 2030 and trials underway on Jeju Island; new laws passed for Smart Grids; Green Economy initiatives driving investments in Smart Cities.
Companies covered in this report include:
KT, SK Telecom, LG U , SK Broadband, KARI and SkyLife
Key Topics Covered:
2. National submarine cable infrastructure
3. International submarine cable infrastructure
4. Satellite infrastructure
5. Internet infrastructure
6. Television infrastructure
7. Smart grids
8. Smart cities
List of Tables and Exhibits
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