The global DSL Broadband Services market, in terms of cumulative subscriptions, is projected to decline to 200 million by 2024, as subscribers migrate towards alternative technologies that promise higher-speed, low latency and better quality of service. As a technology that played an instrumental role in the early proliferation of broadband Internet, DSL today faces severe competitive pressure from fiber, cable and mobile broadband and a very potent threat of obsolesce. The only pocket of growth in this mature and declining market is Asia-Pacific where a large proportion of fixed line Internet users still use old systems such as cable modem, and xDSL given the relatively higher service cots and tariffs of high-speed internet services. Widespread proliferation of telephone lines in homes and businesses in Southeast Asian countries additionally sustains the market for DSL connections in the region, since installation costs remain low.
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