WSDP - 'Wireless Service Delivery Platforms Sector Assessment'

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The purpose of this report is to provide strategic analysis of efforts by the world’s leading vendors of service delivery platform (SDP) solutions to mobile wireless service providers. In this report, we assess the vendors’ SDP product set and strategies targeting service providers as customers.

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WSDP - "Wireless Service Delivery Platforms Sector Assessment", Wireless Service Delivery Platforms—W-SDPsMarket-Level AssessmentPrefaceIntroduction: W-SDP DefinitionContent CategoriesDelivery ModelsISV Value ModelSystems IntegratorsContent SuppliersReview of Wireless SDP Evolution In A Generational ContextWSDP - "Wireless Service Delivery Platforms Sector Assessment", Company-Level Strategic AssessmentsDruttDruttProduct Description – Drutt GridDrutt W-SDP DeploymentsSDP Market OutlookCompetitive OutlookSummaryEricsssonEricsssonProduct Overview: Ericsson Service Delivery PlatformEricsson CustomersMarket PositioningSummaryHewlett PackardHewlett PackardHP’s SDP DefinitionHP’s SDP and ISMSummaryIBMIBMWireless Operator RequirementsIBM’s SDPIBM Core Competencies and Market NeedsIBM StrategyCompetitionKabiraKabiraProduct Information: Kabira Service Delivery PlatformKabira CustomersMarket PositioningSummaryLogicaCMGLogicaCMGLogicaCMG’s Service Network Solution SuiteOpen Messaging Gateway (OMG)Operator Requirements – Tier 1 vs. Tier 2/3SummaryLucentLucentIP Multimedia Subsystem – The VoIP SolutionMobile IP—Mobility SolutionsMiLife Mobile Applications and Service Delivery PlatformLucent SDP Market OutlookSummaryMicrosoftMicrosoftConnected Services FrameworkMSCSF StrategyCustomersCompetitors and the EcosystemSummaryMotorolaMotorolaMotorola’s Global Applications Management Architecture (GAMA)Devices (handsets)Professional Services and CustomizationEcosystem ModelGo To Market StrategySummaryMotricityMotricityProduct Description – Fuel Mobile Content Delivery PlatformCompetitive Environment for MotricityMotricity W-SDP OutlookNokiaNokiaScope Approach and OpportunityNokia IP Multimedia SubsystemNokia’s ‘W-SDP’ SolutionRegional Market Differences – EuropeRegional Market Differences – Asia/Pacific (except Japan/Korea)Regional Market Differences – North AmericaW-SDP Deployment ProcessService Bureau FunctionalityNokia’s PreminetSummaryWSDP - "Wireless Service Delivery Platforms Sector Assessment", Wireless Service Provider PerspectiveWireless Service Provider PerspectiveWireless Service Provider PerspectiveAT&T Wireless Services (now part of Cingular Wireless)Sprint PCSThe W-SDP: Different meanings to different Mobile SPsMarket-Level TrendsTarget Markets and Related ServicesContent Delivery Models: Horizontal and VerticalContent ProvidersNetwork Architecture PhilosophiesW-SDP Suppliers (Vendors)The Service Bureau ModelSummaryWSDP - "Wireless Service Delivery Platforms Sector Assessment", ConclusionsConclusionsConclusionsTypes of W-SDP SuppliersVendors in Context: The Competitive LandscapeKey Success Factors in the W-SDP MarketBest in Class RankingsProfessional Services/Systems Integration CapabilityProduct Functionality/ScalabilityWSDP - "Wireless Service Delivery Platforms Sector Assessment", Stratecast Partners: The Last WordStratecast Partners: The Last WordStratecast Partners: The Last Word




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