Mobile and Wireless Communications
Mobile & Wireless communications are going through digitization and decentralization of several processes through the cloud and IOT or the Internet of Things. These markets are characterized by rapidly changing technology, evolving customer demands, and the frequent introduction of new products and services. Fragmentation along the mobile & wireless value chain creates challenges for market participants to off true end-to-end solutions. Increased reliability, coverage, data speeds and interoperability are made possible through these technologies, driving the market to an evolved, highly competitive stage. Mobility with BYOD (Bring your own device) will become all-pervasive among enterprises and M2M or machine to machine communication a pre-requisite.
Frost & Sullivan’s Telecommunications research and consulting programs look evolutions of hardware and software, with focus on the services built on these technologies. This provides unique insights into the competitive dynamics of the market, detailed assessments of market opportunities, pricing strategies, demand trends, and technological developments, as well as applications and best practices for the industry. In the mobile and wireless communications segment, we look at:
- Mobile messaging, office applications and sales
- Value-added premium mobile content
- Location-based services
- Cloud automation
- IoT or Internet of Things
- Satellite communications
- Mobile resource management
We work closely with the world’s leading telecom firms, hardware manufacturers, service providers, OEMs and new age disruptors to build tailored, customized solutions provide clients with the best strategies for growth, supported by the right key data points researched to meet the client’s needs and the specific engagement. Our research spans broadly across the sector and provides deep insights into specific markets in the most significant areas of enterprise and consumer telecommunications industry.
14 Nov 2008  |  Europe
Analyst Radar- WiMAX Forum Global Congress in Amsterdam
14 Nov 2008  |  Europe
27 Aug 2009  |  North America
As mobility continues to become the “norm” in everyday life and business alike, end users are looking for more choice in devices (look and feel), more functionality in devices, and more capabilities in devices. As the demand continues to increase, smartphones are emerging as the logical fit. Feature phones are still being used, but the proces...
18 Nov 2009  |  North America
Mobile Technology is on track to start making a big impact on the medical community over the next 2-5 years. With the Obama healthcare reform initiative, automation of applications, and uses of technology will be a key focal point for healthcare solutions in the coming years. Although there are still some major steps to work out in order to cre...
16 Feb 2010  |  North America
Stratecast has compiled this survey of existing Wi-Fi hotspots. While it is not intended to be comprehensive, it is nevertheless intended to serve a resource for interested parties and for carrier planners who are seriously considering combined services.
10 May 2010  |  North America
There are two main avenues for purchasing mobile content – on-deck and off-deck services. Until now, mobile operators have offered a branded catalog of mobile content and services that could be purchased from the handset itself. This is defined as the on-deck model of mobile content distribution. In the off-deck model, subscribers could access ...
14 Dec 2010  |  North America
With the influx of mobility in the enterprises, some of the critical challenges faced by organizations are the managing of their costs vis-à-vis their budgets, and the management of the diversity of users, carriers, usage and devices. The influx of varied smartphones and OS platforms has further made these challenges very complex for enterprises. ...
31 Dec 2010  |  North America
Only the Strong Will Survive: But Who Are the Strong?
Currently in North America, BlackBerry still has the largest market share amongst smartphone manufacturers and operating systems. However, Apple and Android have narrowed the gap drastically over the past year with Apple’s continued success of the iPhone, and Android’s successful open source strategy with its OEM partners. Furthermore, Micr...
12 Jan 2011  |  Europe
Frost & Sullivan is preparing an update on last year’s “Money in Mobile – European Transactions” analysis. In this iteration of analysis, there are three main areas of analysis. An update on M-payment adoption and trials is provided to set the scene on stakeholder dynamics among telcos, financial institutions, retailers and other new typ...
11 Feb 2011  |  Europe
Frost & Sullivan estimates that there are 15.2 million connected M2M SIMs in Western Europe in 2010. The main countries where M2M demand is strong are in UK, France and the Scandinavian countries. M2M demand and technology evolution will drive the next layer of M2M applications. These sectors cover Utilities but relate closer to Smart Energy,...