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23 Dec 2019  |  Europe
With IoT Connectivity Becoming a Commodity, Telecommunications Operators Must Differentiate by Developing Ecosystems that Support Industry-specific Solutions
Telecom operators across the world are challenged by commoditization of connectivity and continuous decrease in revenues from fixed and mobile telephony. The situation is no different in Europe. The market in Europe is characterized by high internet penetration and over the years as the cost of sensors has declined, the affordability and viability ...
09 May 2019  |  Europe
European Telecoms Operators are Harnessing Emerging Technology to Solve Industry Challenges
Before deregulation, the role of most European operators centered around the provision of voice-line telephony services. Modern telecommunications markets are much more complex and touch on a number of different segments across the ICT market. Today's telecommunications companies provide fixed and mobile broadband, content streaming services, fixed...
26 Apr 2019  |  Europe
SD-WAN Adoption on the Rise Among Large Healthcare and Retail Enterprises
The connected era and cloud-based environment have created a need to redesign network operations. In addition, businesses find it operationally draining to utilize resources on ensuring a connected ecosystem rather than focusing on critical business issues. Software-defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN) helps enterprises build an agile and automated e...
21 Feb 2019  |  Europe
5G Set to Impact European Manufacturing, Energy, Healthcare, and Smart Cities as Support for Connected Devices Expands
Connected devices are set to increase exponentially over the next 7 years, and global industry revenues from 5G and Internet of Things (IoT) are expected to reach USD 619 billion by 2026. Networks will need to be able to accommodate the billions of additional IoT mobile devices that will be connected across the globe as well as cater to the mobile ...
31 May 2018  |  Europe
Different Strategies Used for the Upgrade, Implementation, and Regulation of 5G Technology
Modern mobile networks need to be capable of supporting a wide range of bandwidth demanding services including multimedia, video conferencing, and online shopping. Operators often struggle to maintain constant connections for their subscribers, as evidenced by occasional connection losses in certain areas at peak times. Despite recent network upgra...
10 Feb 2017  |  Europe
As Conferencing Smartens Up the digital Workplace, Enterprises Must Know About Top Solutions and Their Key Differentiators Before Making the Choice
The study aims to guide buyers in selecting the appropriate conferencing solution that matches their requirements. The conferencing services market is highly commoditized and fragmented. It is comprised of a number of participants with varying portfolios and customer bases. Typically, providers in this space differentiate themselves based on servi...
19 Dec 2016  |  Europe
An Insight into Orange Business Services Easy Go Offering
Enterprise networks are increasingly challenged by the static nature of WAN as they need to keep up with the scalability and flexibility of cloud infrastructure, ever-increasing bandwidth and enterprise mobility requirements. Leading NSPs globally are incorporating software-defined networking (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV) into th...
14 Nov 2016  |  Europe
The Quest for Commercial Sustainability of Smart City Initiatives Continues
This 2016 Real-Time Cities survey monitors the focus areas of work, state of development, roadmaps, and opportunities for ICT solutions providers. It is a parallel survey to the 2015 Frost & Sullivan iteration, gathering inputs from mostly new participants. A true Real-Time City exploits its repositories of data as they are generated, along with ...
02 Nov 2016  |  Europe
Development of Ecosystem Around Telco's Proprietary Offering Infuses Hope for Growth
Telecom operators are one of the most important participants in the Internet of Things (IoT) value chain, as they are evolving themselves to become 'key enablers' by acting as an interface between enterprise customers and IoT hardware, software, and platform vendors. As connectivity remains a low-value component of the IoT value chain, telecom oper...
11 Aug 2006  |  Europe
The Enterprise telephony in Europe is growing slowly. IP adoption is one of the strongest trends propelling the growth. However CAPEX constraints are putting brakes in the pace. This study tries to measure the market and understand the dynamics affecting it. An exhaustive portfolio of market participants have been profiled.
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