Previsões e Estatísticas sobre as Telecomunicações no Brasil 2014

Brazil - 2019 Forecast Highlights

2019 Mobile Data Traffic

In Brazil, mobile data traffic will grow 9-fold from 2014 to 2019, a compound annual growth rate of 56%.
In Brazil, mobile data traffic will reach 601.7 Petabytes per month by 2019 (the equivalent of 150 million DVDs each month), up from 64.4 Petabytes per month in 2014.
In Brazil, mobile data traffic will reach an annual run rate of 7.2 Exabytes by 2019, up from 0.8 Exabytes in 2014.
Brazilian mobile data traffic will grow 3 times faster than Brazilian fixed IP traffic from 2014 to 2019.
In Brazil, mobile data traffic will account for 14% of Brazilian fixed and mobile data traffic by 2019, up from 3% in 2014.
In Brazil, mobile data traffic by 2019 will be equivalent to 327x the volume of Brazilian mobile traffic ten years earlier (in 2009).
In Brazil, 61% of mobile connections will be 'smart' connections by 2019, up from 23% in 2014.
In Brazil, 61% of mobile connections (excluding LPWA) will be 'smart' connections by 2019, up from 23% in 2014.
In Brazil, 99% of mobile data traffic will be 'smart' traffic by 2019, up from 85% in 2014.
In Brazil, mobile traffic per mobile-connected end-user device will reach 1,794 megabytes per month by 2019, up from 226 megabytes per month in 2014, a CAGR of 51%.
In Brazil, mobile traffic per mobile connection (including M2M/LPWA) will reach 1,461 megabytes per month by 2019, up from 213 megabytes per month in 2014, a CAGR of 47%.
In Brazil, mobile traffic per user will reach 3,265 megabytes per month by 2019, up from 416 megabytes per month in 2014, a CAGR of 52%.
In Brazil, mobile traffic per capita will reach 2,870 megabytes per month by 2019, up from 319 megabytes per month in 2014, a CAGR of 55%.

Brazil - 2014 Year in Review

2014 Mobile Data Traffic

In Brazil, mobile data traffic was 64.4 Petabytes per month in 2014, the equivalent of 16 million DVDs each month or 178 million text messages each second.
In 2014, Brazil's mobile data traffic grew 1.8-fold, or 82%.
In Brazil, mobile data traffic in 2014 was equivalent to 35x the volume of Brazilian mobile traffic five years earlier (in 2009).
Brazilian mobile data traffic grew 3.1 times faster than Brazilian fixed IP traffic in 2014.
In Brazil, the average mobile-connected end-user device generated 226 megabytes of mobile data traffic per month in 2014, up 77% from 128 megabytes per month in 2013.
In Brazil, the average smartphone generated 485 megabytes of mobile data traffic per month in 2014, up from 312 megabytes per month in 2013.
In Brazil, the average laptop generated 2,646 megabytes of mobile data traffic per month in 2014, up from 2,124 megabytes per month in 2013.
In Brazil, the average tablet generated 3,199 megabytes of mobile data traffic per month in 2014, up from 1,497 megabytes per month in 2013.

Brazil - Consumer Mobile Traffic

Consumer

In 2014, Brazil's consumer mobile data traffic grew 1.9-fold, or 85%.
In Brazil, consumer mobile traffic will grow 9.4-fold from 2014 to 2019, a compound annual growth rate of 56%.
In Brazil, consumer mobile traffic will reach 541.7 Petabytes per month by 2019, up from 57.9 Petabytes per month in 2014.
Consumer will account for 90% of Brazil's mobile data traffic by 2019, compared to 90% at the end of 2014.

Brazil - Business Mobile Traffic

Business

In 2014, Brazil's business mobile data traffic grew 1.6-fold, or 57%.
In Brazil, business mobile traffic will grow 9.1-fold from 2014 to 2019, a compound annual growth rate of 56%.
In Brazil, business mobile traffic will reach 60.0 Petabytes per month by 2019, up from 6.6 Petabytes per month in 2014.
Business will account for 10% of Brazil's mobile data traffic by 2019, compared to 10% at the end of 2014.

Brazil - Mobile Applications

Mobile Applications

In Brazil, mobile video traffic will grow 13.0-fold from 2014 to 2019, a compound annual growth rate of 67%.
In Brazil, mobile video traffic will reach 440.8 Petabytes per month by 2019, up from 33.9 Petabytes per month in 2014.
Video will be 73% of Brazil's mobile data traffic by 2019, compared to 53% at the end of 2014.
Video reached half of Brazil's mobile data traffic by year-end 2014.
Streaming Audio will be 6% of Brazil's mobile data traffic by 2019, compared to 8% at the end of 2014.
Filesharing will be 2% of Brazil's mobile data traffic by 2019, compared to 1% at the end of 2014.
Web and other data will be 18% of Brazil's mobile data traffic by 2019, compared to 38% at the end of 2014.

Brazil - Network Connections

Mobile Devices and Connections

In Brazil, 15.2 million net new devices and connections were added to the mobile network in 2014.
In Brazil, 20.2 million smartphones were added to the mobile network in 2014.
In Brazil, 61% of mobile connections will be 'smart' connections by 2019, up from 23% in 2014.
In Brazil, 61% of mobile connections (excluding LPWA) will be 'smart' connections by 2019, up from 23% in 2014.
In Brazil, there were 303 million mobile-connected devices in 2014, approximately 1.5 per capita for this region/country.
In Brazil, there will be 412 million mobile-connected devices by 2019, approximately 2. per capita for this region/country.
In Brazil, the number of mobile-connected devices will grow at a compound annual growth rate of 6% from 2014 to 2019.

Connections by Network Type

In Brazil, 4G connections will grow 17-fold from 2014 to 2019, a compound annual growth rate of 77%.
In Brazil, 4G connections will be 24.1% of total mobile connections by 2019, compared to 1.9% in 2014.
In Brazil, 4G connections will be 24.1% of total mobile connections (excluding LPWA) by 2019, compared to 1.9% in 2014.
In Brazil, 3G connections will be 54.0% of total mobile connections by 2019, compared to 41.2% in 2014.
Brazil's 3G connections surpass 2G connections by 2016.
In Brazil, 2G connections will be 21.7% of total mobile connections by 2019, compared to 56.9% in 2014.
In Brazil, LPWA connections will be 0.2% of total mobile connections by 2019, compared to 0.0% in 2014.

Smartphone Device Growth

In Brazil, the number of smartphones grew 27% during 2014, reaching 95 million in number.
In Brazil, the number of smartphones will grow 2.1-fold between 2014 and 2019, reaching 197 million in number.

Tablet Device Growth

In Brazil, the number of mobile-connected tablets grew 1.7-fold during 2014, reaching 1.9 million in number.
In Brazil, the number of mobile-connected tablets will grow 6.2-fold between 2014 and 2019, reaching 11.5 million in number.

Laptops Device Growth

In Brazil, the number of mobile-connected laptops grew -8% during 2014, to 4 million in number.
In Brazil, the number of mobile-connected laptops will grow 0.7-fold between 2014 and 2019, to 3 million in number.

Devices per Capita

In Brazil, there will be 2.0 mobile connections per capita for this region/country by 2019, up from 1.5 mobile connections per capita in 2014.

Wearable Devices

In Brazil, the number of wearable devices will reach 10.7 million in number by 2019, up from 2.4 million in 2014, a compound annual growth rate of 35%.
In Brazil, the number of wearable devices with embedded cellular connections will reach 0.7 million in number by 2019, up from 0.0 million in 2014, a compound annual growth rate of 84%.
In Brazil, traffic from wearable devices will grow 19-fold from 2014 to 2019, a compound annual growth rate of 81%.
In Brazil, traffic from wearable devices will reach 2.2 Petabytes per month by 2019.
In Brazil, traffic from wearable devices will account for 0.4% of total mobile data traffic by 2019, compared to 0.2% at the end of 2014.
In Brazil, the average wearable device will generate 202 megabytes of mobile data traffic per month by 2019, up from 47 megabytes per month in 2014.
In Brazil, traffic from wearables will account for 0.5% of smartphone traffic by 2019.

Brazil - Device Growth Traffic Profiles

Smartphones

In Brazil, smartphone mobile data traffic will grow 8.6-fold from 2014 to 2019, a compound annual growth rate of 54%.
In Brazil, smartphone mobile data traffic will reach 398.5 Petabytes per month by 2019.
In Brazil, smartphones will be 66% of total mobile data traffic by 2019, compared to 72% at the end of 2014.
In Brazil, the average smartphone will generate 2,021 megabytes of mobile data traffic per month by 2019, up from 485 megabytes per month in 2014, a CAGR of 33%.
In Brazil, the average non-smartphone will generate 8 megabytes of mobile data traffic per month by 2019, up from 2 megabytes per month in 2014, a CAGR of 37%.
In Brazil, on average, a smartphone generates 297x more mobile data traffic per month than a basic handset.
In Brazil, smartphones were 31.5% of device connections in 2014, and 71.9% of total traffic.
In Brazil, smartphones will be 47.9% of device connections by 2019, and 66.2% of total traffic.

Laptops

In Brazil, laptop mobile data traffic will grow 2.0-fold from 2014 to 2019, a compound annual growth rate of 15%.
In Brazil, laptop mobile data traffic will reach 22.6 Petabytes per month by 2019.
In Brazil, laptops will account for 4% of total mobile data traffic by 2019, compared to 17% at the end of 2014.
In Brazil, the average laptop will generate 7,863 megabytes of mobile data traffic per month by 2019, up from 2,646 megabytes per month in 2014, a CAGR of 24%.
In Brazil, on average, a laptop generates 1,621x more mobile data traffic per month than a basic handset.
In Brazil, laptops were 1.4% of device connections in 2014, and 17.1% of total traffic.
In Brazil, laptops will be 0.7% of device connections by 2019, and 3.8% of total traffic.

Tablets

In Brazil, tablet mobile data traffic will grow 25.1-fold from 2014 to 2019, a compound annual growth rate of 90%.
In Brazil, tablet mobile data traffic will reach 149.3 Petabytes per month by 2019.
In Brazil, tablets will account for 25% of total mobile data traffic by 2019, compared to 9.2% at the end of 2014.
In Brazil, the average tablet will generate 12,993 megabytes of mobile data traffic per month by 2019, up from 3,199 megabytes per month in 2014, a CAGR of 32%.
In Brazil, on average, a tablet generates 1,960x more mobile data traffic per month than a basic handset.
In Brazil, tablets were 0.6% of device connections in 2014, and 9.2% of total traffic.
In Brazil, tablets will be 2.8% of device connections by 2019, and 24.8% of total traffic.

Offload Traffic

Without offload, Brazil's mobile data traffic would grow at a CAGR of 60% instead of 56%.
38% of Brazil's mobile data traffic was offloaded in 2014.
45% of Brazil's mobile data traffic will be offloaded by 2019.
The amount of traffic offloaded from 4G will be 46% by 2019, compared to 42% at the end of 2014.
The amount of traffic offloaded from 3G will be 44% by 2019, compared to 38% at the end of 2014.
The amount of traffic offloaded from 2G will be 41% by 2019, compared to 39% at the end of 2014.
The amount of traffic offloaded from smartphones will be 44% by 2019, compared to 41% at the end of 2014.
The amount of traffic offloaded from tablets will be 55% by 2019, compared to 56% at the end of 2014.
Of all IP traffic (fixed and mobile) in 2014, 56% was Wi-Fi, 40% was Wired, and 3% was mobile.
Of all IP traffic (fixed and mobile) in 2019, 57% will be Wi-Fi, 30% will be Wired, and 14% will be mobile.

IPv6

In Brazil, 90% of smartphones and tablets will be IPv6-capable by 2019, up from 63% in 2014.
In Brazil, there will be 187.5 Million IPv6-capable smartphones and tablets by 2019, up from 61.4 Million in 2014.
In Brazil, 62% of all mobile-connected devices/connections will be IPv6-capable by 2019, up from 28% in 2014.
In Brazil, there will be 253.6 Million IPv6-capable devices/connections by 2019, up from 84.8 Million in 2014.

Brazil - Accelerating Network Speeds

Mobile Connection Speeds

In Brazil, the average mobile connection speed was 888 kbps in 2014.
In Brazil, the average mobile connection speed will grow 2.5-fold (20% CAGR) from 2014 to 2019, reaching 2,243 kbps by 2019.

By Device Type

In Brazil, the average smartphone connection speed was 3,957 kbps in 2014.
In Brazil, the average smartphone connection speed will grow 1.9-fold from 2014 to 2019, reaching 7,499 kbps by 2019.
In Brazil, the average tablet connection speed was 4,847 kbps in 2014.
In Brazil, the average tablet connection speed will grow 1.7-fold from 2014 to 2019, reaching 8,144 kbps by 2019.

By Network Connection Type

In Brazil, in 2014 the average 4G speed was 5,228 kbps, the average 3G speed was 1,153 kbps, and the average 2G speed was 75 kbps.
In Brazil, by 2019 the average 4G speed will be 8,420 kbps, the average 3G speed will be 2,464 kbps, and the average 2G speed will be 101 kbps.
In Brazil, in 2014 the average Wi-Fi connection speed was 5,915 kbps, up 23% from 4,818 kbps in 2013.
In Brazil, in 2019 the average Wi-Fi connection speed will be 11,403 kbps, up 1.9-fold (14% CAGR) from 2014 to 2019.
In Brazil, the average 3G speed will grow 2.1-fold (16% CAGR) from 2014 to 2019, reaching 2,464 kbps by 2019.
In Brazil, the average 2G speed will grow 1.4-fold (6% CAGR) from 2014 to 2019, reaching 101 kbps by 2019.

4G Traffic

In Brazil, 4G will account for 62.1% of total mobile data traffic by 2019, compared to 15.3% at the end of 2014.
In Brazil, 4G traffic will grow 38-fold from 2014 to 2019, a compound annual growth rate of 107%.
In Brazil, 4G smartphone traffic will be 57% of total smartphone traffic by 2019, compared to 11.5% at the end of 2014.
In Brazil, the average 4G smartphone will generate 2,798 MB of traffic per month by 2019, compared to 1,475 MB for non-4G smartphones.
In Brazil, the average 4G smartphone generated 1,116 MB of traffic per month in 2014, compared to 452 MB for non-4G smartphones.
In Brazil, 4G tablet traffic will be 78% of total tablet traffic by 2019, compared to 45.7% at the end of 2014.
In Brazil, the average 4G tablet will generate 15,384 MB of traffic per month by 2019, compared to 8,462 MB for non-4G tablets.
In Brazil, 4G connections were 1.9% of total mobile connections in 2014, and 15.3% of total mobile data traffic.
In Brazil, 4G connections will be 24.1% of total mobile connections by 2019, and 62.1% of total mobile data traffic.
In Brazil, the average 4G connection generated 1,726 MB per month in 2014, 9.4X higher than the average 184 MB per month for the average Non-4G Connection, and 4.8X higher than the average 363 MB per month for the average 3G Connection.
In Brazil, the average 4G connection will generate 3,766 MB per month by 2019, 5.2X higher than the average 730 MB per month for the average Non-4G Connection, and 3.8X higher than the average 996 MB per month for the average 3G Connection.

Brazil - Potential M2M Connections

M2M Traffic

In Brazil, M2M traffic will grow 36-fold from 2014 to 2019, a compound annual growth rate of 104%.
In Brazil, M2M traffic will reach 30.5 Petabytes per month by 2019.
In Brazil, M2M will account for 5% of total mobile data traffic by 2019, compared to 1% at the end of 2014.
In Brazil, the average M2M module will generate 326 megabytes of mobile data traffic per month by 2019, up from 39 megabytes per month in 2014.
In Brazil, the average M2M module (excluding LPWA) will generate 329 megabytes of mobile data traffic per month by 2019, up from 39 megabytes per month in 2014.
In Brazil, M2M modules were 7.23% of device connections in 2014, and 1.33% of total traffic.
In Brazil, M2M modules will be 22.7% of device connections by 2019, and 5.1% of total traffic.

M2M Connections

In Brazil, the number of mobile-connected M2M modules grew 1.5-fold or 54% in 2014, reaching 22 million in number.
In Brazil, the number of mobile-connected M2M modules will grow 4.3-fold between 2014 and 2019, reaching 93 million in number.



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