Growing Internet ubiquity across the world has resulted in endless possibilities for businesses and consumers. Connected living has become a reality. There will be at least 80 billion connected devices by 2020; and 10 connected devices for each household. The size of the Internet economy will reach $14.7 trillion; the digital economy will be augmented by IoT.
In this backdrop, the telecom industry is facing increasing competition, market saturation, and commoditization of technology-- challenging telcos to differentiate themselves with innovative services and applications. The rise in technological savviness in consumers and increasingly sophisticated technologies reaching masses has led to intra-industry and cross industry competition across several segments of the telecommunications sector to provide more end-to-end solutions.
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.
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.
24 Mar 2006  |  Asia Pacific
Asia Pacific Broadband Landscape
05 Jul 2006  |  Asia Pacific
This syndicated research service covers the consumer strategies of seven leading telecom service providers in Asia Pacific. The study uncovers the key challenges faced by service providers across various markets and identifies their growth strategies in the consumer segment.
29 Jan 2013  |  Asia Pacific
Mobility and Cloud are Driving the Uptake of the Adoption
This research study contains the analysis of Asia-Pacific hosted conferencing services for 2011. It examines the drivers and restraints for growth, pricing, and technology trends. Three segments are covered in this study and they are audio, video, and Web conferencing services. The study also attempts to forecast the revenues in the market for the ...
24 Sep 2013  |  Asia Pacific
Hybridization and Integration with Legacy Systems are the Key Drivers for UCaaS Adoption
This research study contains the analysis of Asia-Pacific UC as a service market for 2012. It examines the drivers and restraints for growth, pricing, and technology trends. Four segments are covered in this study and they are hosted telephony, UC application, collaboration services, hosted contact center services. The study also attempts to foreca...
11 Jul 2013  |  Asia Pacific
Future Growth Hinges on Innovative Solutions and Business Models
This research study contains the analysis of Asia-Pacific enterprise video market for 2012. It examines the drivers and restraints for growth, pricing, and technology trends. Two segments, video endpoints and video infrastructure, have been covered in this study. The study also attempts to forecast the revenue in the APAC market for the next seven ...
17 Sep 2014  |  Asia Pacific
Cloud UC Services Will Drive the Market
This research service analyzes the Asia-Pacific unified communication-as-a-service market for 2013. It examines the drivers and restraints for growth, pricing, and technology trends. Hosted/cloud services and managed services in telephony, UC, collaboration, and contact center solutions are covered. The study also forecasts the market revenue for t...
04 Apr 2006  |  Asia Pacific
The objective of this Research Study is to uncover the hype and growth opportunities of WiMAX in the Asia Pacific region, spanning across a total of twelve countries. The study is undertaken via extensive primary research carried out with multiple service providers, network vendors and regulators in the region. This Research Study examines the deve...
06 Jun 2006  |  Asia Pacific
The research service studies the trends, drivers, restraints and competitive structure in the Application Front End of Asia Pacific (including Japan). As enterprises expand their business world-wide and data centers consolidate, network infrastructure needs to be upgraded to allow for the more resource-intensive data transfers and applications. App...
13 Jun 2006  |  Asia Pacific
The Asia Pacific videoconferencing endpoints market was worth $208.8 million in 2005, declining slightly by 4.2 percent year-on-year. Revenue declines were experienced by major international vendors due mostly to significant falls in average pricing across the region but particularly in the main markets of China, Japan and Australia. Chinas video...
20 Jun 2006  |  Asia Pacific
2005 was a lethargic year for the Asia Pacific videoconferencing infrastructure systems market. The market was hit by price wars in China particularly and by low investment in major countries like Japan and Australia. Longer sales cycle at various verticals, slow progress of IP networks, channel restructuring exercises and growing popularity for em...