|[August 15, 2014]
Research and Markets: The Book of Boost 2014-2018
DUBLIN --(Business Wire)--
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/8psnz7/the_book_of_boost)
has announced the addition of the "The
Book of Boost 2014-2018" report to their offering.
...give to your business what's needed.
Boosting Business Bottom Lines via Lean Strategies, Brand Building and
Breakthrough ARPUs while Optimising CAPEX/ OPEX (News - Alert), with Network Management
Techniques of the Future...and much more
Who Needs This Report?
Mobile Operators - For a better understanding of the current telecom
market dynamics across the globe. The study provides global
opportunities and competition, Business Case Studies and guidelines to
boost your current market position.
Mobile device ODMs - For understanding the unique marketing
opportunities in unserved/underserved regions.
Mobile device OEMs - For strategising their production and pricing.
Content Vendors - For the possible changes that content development
might go through and issues of adaptability solved.
App Developers - To find out unexplored revenue opportunities in apps.
Consumer Electronics Companies - For coming up with, and integrating
mobile Internet into consumer durables.
Processor (News - Alert) Vendors - For streamlining their products for mass market
Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS semiconductor vendors - To overcome security
concerns, and to exploit newer opportunities/ partnerships with device
Mobile device manufacturers & OTT players have hijacked almost entire
attention of customers and MNOs are currently reeling under that
pressure. However, they should not panic but need to safeguard their
position and avoid unnecessary risks. Identifying the segments with
high profit margin and holding their position in the market will offer
great opportunities to monetise their investment in the long run.
Our survey revealed that majority of OTT players are in pressure to
collaborate with MNOs/ ISPs to ensure QoS and believe that QoS can
only be guaranteed by partnering with data providers.
Smart mobile devices are slowly entering into the workplace and the
trend has started impacting the industry in two ways. On the one hand,
demand for data and mobility services is growing exponentially, and on
the other hand it is also driving enterprises to replace computing
devices or promote BYOD.
The demand for smartphones is growing rapidly and it is going to make
more than 50% of the total mobile phones shipped globally in 2013. The
worldwide shipment for smartphones will reach 1.7 billion by 2018.
Strong demand for Android tablets and the introduction of new iPad
mini from Apple (News - Alert) have greatly boosted the worldwide tablet market. In
fact, tablet market is going to heat up further with the introduction
of more affordable devices from Chinese vendors and the introduction
of Apple's iPad mini 2 (by the end of 2013 and most probably at
significantly reduced price). We predict the total worldwide shipment
for tablets to cross 300 million mark in 2017 and reach close to 345
million in 2018.
The worldwide mobile service revenue from business users will reach
US$360 billion by 2018. On the other hand, the enterprise cloud-based
services would double by 2018 from the current size of US$18.3 billion
Most of the activities in the telco industry are currently revolving
around mobile broadband. However, it must be noted that fixed line
will not only carry at least ten times more traffic than the mobile
network during the next 5-8 years, but it will also be crucial for the
widespread growth of mobile broadband. In fact, fixed mobile
convergence (FMC) will be the business model that will work best in
the coming years through optimal use of fixed and mobile technologies.
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/8psnz7/the_book_of_boost
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