Generative AI Leads New Wave of Tech Adoption
Broad survey reveals how consumers view a wide range of digital products and services
Explore the rise of generative AI with 30% adoption and insights from the Digital Consumer Trends. Uncover the surge in smartwatch usage, cost-saving practices among streaming subscribers, and consumer privacy concerns. Join the call for tech transparency with device carbon footprint disclosure.
TMT Predictions 2024
Three themes highlight this year’s report: generative AI, sustainability, and monetization.
The emergence of multiple trends that could help humans think better and faster, grapple with climate change, and convert billions of users to billions of dollars promise to make 2024 a standout year for TMT.
A new dawn for European chips
Europe ramps up its semiconductor industry to become more self-sufficient
The European Union is mobilising over €43 billion to make itself more self-sufficient in semiconductors this decade. This is a critical objective, but there are multiple paths to greater resilience, each of which involves significant trade-offs.
Digital Consumer Trends 2022: Dutch PoV
Explore Insights into digital behaviours
The Digital Consumer Trends Survey is a global report measuring consumer preferences and habits around digital products and services. Our research in this field has tracked consumer behaviours across the history of smart devices
The European esports market
Let’s Play! 2022
The end of the year is hands down the best time to reflect back on what happened in the months before. The pandemic is slowly coming to an end and it’s interesting to see how the esports industry has continued its post‑pandemic recovery and how it moves towards the future.
Key consumer digital services face lackluster demand
Survey shows Dutch consumers being selective about content streaming and 5G
In the household broadband sector, mobile Internet is gaining ground on fixed broadband, but 5G has yet to capture most Dutch consumers’ imagination. In the smartphone market, Apple and Samsung remain out in front, while Huawei has fallen back.
Future of Fiber
The Future of Fiber study dives into the possible outcomes for fiber connectivity in the Netherlands in the next ten years.
Fiber-optic vable have become dunamental to our modern economy. They are the motorways of digital connectivity, transferring data to its destination in the bling of an eye. The Future of Fiber study explores potential scenarios for the Netherlands in 2030.
The Dutch Fiber Market: Too Competitive?
Despite the strong demand for fiber, industry players are worried about over-supply
In the Netherlands, the crowded broadband market will need to consolidate. That was the consensus among the 10 industry leaders and stakeholders interviewed by Deloitte during the second and third quarters of 2022.
By 2030, Fiber could be Everywhere
In the densely populated Netherlands, fiber connections may become ubiquitous
As they do more and more online, both businesses and consumers need the best broadband connection they can get. With the inexorable rise in Internet traffic, the case for extensive deployment of FttH (fiber-to-the-home) is getting stronger both in the Netherlands and elsewhere.