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With our recently conducted 2018 Cloud User Survey, some patterns are beginning to emerge. Some workloads initially deployed in the public cloud are now being moved back into a premises data center, in a trend known as “repatriation.” And for the first time, we are seeing a decline in the number of businesses that use cloud Infrastructure as a ...

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Today’s hypercompetitive business environment requires not only maintaining the highest levels of system availability, but capitalizing on unique differentiators like data. For most businesses, data—whether customer, research-driven, or market-based—is a concrete asset that is being leveraged in new and different ways, in activities such as p...

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The 2018 US wholesale Carrier Ethernet services market revenues exceeded $5.15 billion. Key factors sustaining market growth include: --Continued demand from wireline carriers—traditional interexchange carriers (IXCs), competitive local exchange carriers (CLECs), and international carriers seeking to expand their network footprint --Business mar...

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28 Aug 2019  |  North America

Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service 2019 Buyer's Guide

Integrated, Cloud-Based Solutions for Effective Data Availability

The 2019 Disaster-Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS) report offers our first glimpse at global adoption of DRaaS. Not surprisingly, global trends mimic the U.S., with nearly half of businesses surveyed by Frost & Sullivan currently using DRaaS to protect their data. An additional 34% of businesses say they expect to implement DRaaS by 2021, bringing tot...

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Carrier Ethernet continues to be the de facto wide area network (WAN) connectivity service choice among businesses of all sizes, due to the benefits it offers: scalability, reliability, and cost efficient bandwidth. U.S. Business Ethernet market revenues exceeded $6.5 billion in 2018. Frost & Sullivan defines business carrier Ethernet services as...

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North Americas video market ended the third quarter of 2015 (3Q15) with an estimated 112.4 million subscribers; a decrease of 1.4 million subscribers when compared to the third quarter of 2014 (3Q14). More than half of those subscribers (54.0%) come from cable providers, while the other half come from IPTV (14.0%) and satellite (32.0%) providers.

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North Americas primary line voice market ended third quarter of 2015 (3Q15) with an estimated 84.5 million access line and VoIP (Voice over IP) subscribers. VoIP services are generating the only growth, as providers continue to shift consumers away from access line services.

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North America’s wireless market ended the third quarter of 2015 (3Q15) with an estimated 368.7 million subscribers, an increase of 14.6 million subscribers from 3Q2014, for a 4.1% Year-over-Year (YoY) increase. Revenue for the market increased by $2.5 billion YoY, to end the quarter with $66.0 billion.

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This Report defines the key business drivers and market trends relative to end-to-end billing, and those specifically for mediation, rating & charging, other core billing, policy, interconnect & settlement, and partner management.

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The North American Residential Broadband Tracker has been reformatted to reflect feedback received from Stratecast's clients. The new format provides detailed information for several companies in the consumer communication services market for US and Canada. The aggregated data - delivered by country, technology, and company - includes subscriber, r...

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