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19 Dec 2016  |  Europe

SDN and NFV for the Next-generation WAN

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...

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14 Nov 2016  |  Europe

Europe’s Real-Time Cities Revisited—Survey 2016

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 ...

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03 Nov 2016  |  Global

Global Public Safety Networks Market, Forecast to 2020

$17.6 Billion Market for Networks, Software, and Services by 2020 as the Digital Transformation to Mobile Broadband Services Continues

The public safety community, after the careful consideration of stakeholders around the world, has selected LTE as the preferred access technology for digital services. However, first responders will also rely on 3G and 2G for voice, data, and M2M until such time as 3GPP LTE standards include advanced voice and other mission-critical features. Cove...

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02 Nov 2016  |  Europe

European IoT Operator Profiles—Part 1

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...

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16 Sep 2016  |  Global

IoT Quarterly Executive Brief, Q1 (January–March) 2016—Top Trends & Strategic Recommendations

IoT Suppliers Pursue Market Share Goals through Acquisitions, Alliances, and Customer Wins

AT&T, Bosch, and Visa are Frost & Sullivan’s Market Movers for the first quarter of 2016. These companies displayed great progress regarding customer wins and they have expanded their capabilities in ways that will accelerate adoption in the Internet of Things (IoT) market overall. New product or service launch news made up 35.4% of all market a...

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The South Korean DDoS solutions market witnessed a huge growth of 61.0% on a YoY basis and recorded a revenue of US$34.2 million in 2015. The biggest DDoS attacks that targeted government, banks, and Internet sites recently have driven most of the public and private sectors to adopt DDoS solutions. In addition, many service providers and governmen...

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The Japanese DDoS solutions market witness a healthy growth rate of 16.6% on a YoY basis in 2015, generating a total revenue of $27.8 million. DDoS attacks have increased rapidly in terms of number and frequency on Japanese enterprises and organizations in recent years. One of the typical attacks was the case of the Japanese MHLW (Ministry of Healt...

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In 2015, the on-premise DDoS segment experienced a robust YoY growth rate of 34.4%, while the cloud-based segment grew rapidly at 89.6% YoY. The proliferation of volumetric DDoS attacks and the relative inexpensive pricing schemes offered by cloud-based DDoS providers proved to be popular among some Indian enterprises, especially public sector orga...

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The lucrative black market for DDoS attack services was the strongest force behind the DDoS threats that targeted enterprises or government organizations. Motivations behind such attacks varied but mainly fell into categories of political motivation, ransom money, and cut-throat competition. In 2015, DDoS threats launched by extortionists continued...

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In 2015, the ASEAN DDoS solutions market generated a total revenue of $43.4 million and continued to grow significantly by 23.7% on a YoY basis. The on-premise segment was estimated to hit $22.5 million and the cloud-based segment was estimated to generate $20.9 million. Better understanding about threat landscape and growing needs for risk manage...

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