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Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) Technology and Market Analysis 2015 - 2020
Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) relies upon, but differs from, traditional server-virtualization techniques, such as those used in enterprise IT. A virtualized network function, or VNF, may consist of one or more virtual machines running different software and processes, on top of standard high-volume servers, switches and storage, or even cloud computing infrastructure, instead of having custom hardware appliances for each network function.
Wireless Technologies, Services, and Applications in Smart Cities 2015 - 2020
The goal of building of smart cities is intended to improve quality of life by using technology to improve the efficiency of services and meet residents’ needs. ICT allows city officials to interact directly with the community and the city infrastructure and to tell what is happening in the city, how the city is evolving, and how to enable a better quality of life.
M2M and IoT Security Issues Challenges and Solutions
With a global transformation underway towards a digital economy, security is as the forefront of every ICT organization. Security exists largely in silos for many networks, devices, and applications.
Telecom API Market: Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecasts 2015 - 2025
This report aims to provide comprehensive strategic analysis of the Telecom API market along with the market size and growth forecast for the period from 2015 to 2025. The report also provides a competitive landscape of the Telecom API market and identifies various business strategies adopted by the leading players. In addition, the report provides a detailed competitive analysis of access of Telecom API market. It further goes to explain the penetration of each of the market segments in various geographies and how these have accelerated the growth of the Telecom API market. The company profiles section of this report provides an overview of the companies operating in the market, strategies deployed by them to gain competitive advantage, and recent developments. Report Benefits
Global Mobile Gaming 2014 - 2019
Report Audience Mobile Cellular Carriers Cloud Services Companies Wireless Device Manufacturers Wireless Infrastructure Providers Mobile Gaming and Entertainment Companies Commerce, Content and Application Providers Report Overview Mobile and wireless games represent an entertainment application that is typically played on a feature phone, smartphones, PDA, tablet computer, or portable media player. While the gaming console market continues to grow with market leaders Sony PS4 and Xbox One leading the way, there remains a strong market for anytime, anywhere mobile gaming. The mobile gaming ecosystem is rapidly evolving. Even more important than crisp graphics and visual fidelity, immersive and engaging games are becoming increasingly importa
Next Generation Technologies and Solutions for Wireless Communications: WebRTC, Hypervoice, and XaaS
Report Audience Cloud Services Companies Mobile Cellular Carriers Wireless Device Manufacturers Wireless Infrastructure Providers Commerce, Content and Application Providers Report Overview Next generation communications will be highly interactive, flexible, and place applications, content, and commerce at the fingertips of the masses in a way that makes smartphones and OTT of today pale in comparison. This report evaluates three key technologies and solutions for next generation service delivery including: WebRTC: Applications, Solutions, and the Future of Real-time Communications Hypervoice: Challenges and Opportunities for Value-added Voice Services Everything as a Service (XaaS): Leading Solution Areas and Companies Poised for Success This repo
Mobile Commerce and Payments in Retail POS and Shopping
Report Audience Mobile Cellular Carriers Wireless Device Manufacturers Wireless Infrastructure Providers Commerce, Content and Application Providers Report Overview Online shopping is taking a toll on bricks and motor merchants. However, there are technologies and solutions to deal with the practice of showrooming - the practice of examining merchandise in a traditional brick and mortar retail store, and then buying it online at a lower price. These technologies and solutions include mobile marketing and advertising, mobile shopping applications, social networking, referral sales programs, presence and location detection, embedded entertainment, and more. This report provides analysis of the issues, technologies, solutions, and future of in-store shopping via
Optical Parametric Devices 2014 - 2020
Report Audience Telecom Network Operators Telecom Device Manufacturers Telecom Infrastructure Providers Commerce, Content and Application Providers Report Overview In this report optical parametric devices (OPDs) are analyzed with respect to their performance and their market demand. The features of several different types of OPDs will be extensively examined in relation to their role in applications ranging from optical networks to medical applications. The importance of these components in R&D will also be analyzed. An insight will be given to their potential for future use and how this is affected by furthering the knowledge in materials employed for their fabrication. Also the report Optical Parametric Devices 2014 – 2020 evaluates OPDs as a
Future of Mobile Commerce: Prepaid - Stored Value-Third-party Pays-Huge Opportunities for Carriers, Merchants, and Telecom Vendors
Report Overview Once an emerging service, prepaid communications is now considered a mature offering. However, it has evolved beyond communications to include content, applications and commerce. From a mobile commerce perspective, mobile shopping is evolving as well with merchants increasingly recognizing the need to capture the attention of consumers on-the-go, drive purchase decisions, build brand loyalty, and support ongoing customer/business relationships. The use of stored value and subsidization is one technique in the toolkit to encourage in-store shopping and purchasing to combat the so-called “showrooming” phenomenon. This report evaluates technologies for prepaid content/commerce, stored value, and related areas. The report also analyzes third-party
Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) 2014 - 2019
Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) is a network architecture concept that proposes using IT virtualization related technologies, to virtualize entire classes of network node functions into building blocks that may be connected, or chained, together to create communication services. NFV will enable modern technologies specifically for cloud computing. Cloud computing technologies’ core is virtualization mechanism. Virtualization, together with a strong service management platform, can help lower the cost of adding more IT resources to the cloud. Many companies are look at virtualization as an enabler to move from managing individual resources to managing their resource pools as if they were a single server, storage device or application. This report evaluates technologies an
Mobile Commerce: Current State and Future Prospects for Wireless Carriers
Mobile commerce is a huge opportunity for wireless carriers as they position themselves to leverage both existing technologies/solutions, such as NFC, as well as emerging ones, such as smart shopping apps and related services. This report provides critical information for wireless carriers and the entire ecosystem including infrastructure suppliers, software developers, application and service providers. The report assesses the current state of mobile commerce and provides a vision of the anticipated future opportunities in both existing service/application areas as well as emerging areas.
Web RTC Enterprise and Mobile Communications Market
Subscriber Data Management (SDM) meets Big Data: Opportunities for Wireless Carriers 2014 - 2018
Report Audience Big Data Companies Mobile Cellular Carriers Wireless Device Manufacturers Wireless Infrastructure Providers Commerce, Content and Application Providers Report Overview Wireless carriers utilize Subscriber Data Management (SDM) systems to consolidate data in a single virtual data store with centralized administration, management and reporting. The “Big” part of Big Data comes from the fact that it is a collection of data sets so large and complex that it becomes difficult to process using on-hand database management tools. However, Big Data is also unstructured, meaning that it does not have a pre-defined data model or is not organized in a pre-defined manner. These two things taken together make Big Data a big challenge, bu
Content is the New Currency: How Wireless Carriers are missing the Boat on Content Management
A content delivery network or content distribution network (CDN) is a large distributed system of servers deployed in multiple data centers across the Internet. Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) is an open standard that allows different content management systems to interoperate via an IP connection. Our research indicates: Carriers are too focused on issues such as content billing and content rules such as those put in place by the CTIA’s Wireless Content Guidelines Classification Criteria. Carriers are missing a huge opportunity for customized content, especially in the area of enterprise content. Carriers need to partner with content brokers and also prepare for next generation content optimized for new sources and devices such as wearable w
Enterprise Mobility: Wireless Carrier offerings Beyond MDM and BYOD Management
Enterprise Mobility has been one of the most important issues for corporate IT department for the last few years and is expected to continue to be a top priority. Technology marches on while enterprise mobility divisions wrestle with BYOD, mobile device management, and other issues. It is of the upmost importance for fortune 1000 companies to stay abreast of the latest strategies for maintaining employee satisfaction while preserving the integrity of corporate assets and the security/privacy of enterprise data including customer information. This report provides the enterprise IT leader with information necessary to make good decisions, the wireless carrier with guidance in terms of corporate needs, and the vendor with information about feature/functionality necessary for
Get Your Head in the Clouds: What Wireless Carriers are missing with Consumer Cloud Services
Cloud services are largely business-to-business (B2B) to date with little business-to-consumer (B2C) services impact other than some data back-up and synchronization. Furthermore, it is largely third-parties offering consumer services and not the wireless carriers. Wireless carriers have an opportunity to utilize their unique assets (network and data) and to leverage current and future partnerships to their advantage. Carriers must begin to do this now as they build out their 4G networks in anticipation of many more data users and much more data usage. This report provides recommendations for wireless carriers to deploy consumer cloud services as a value-added complement to their data services. These services will bring incremental revenue and leverage carrier assets an