US Business Services 2015

US Business Services 2015

Stability is returning to the US business services market after years of declines.  At the service level significant declines in voice services have been offset by growth in data services, as businesses of all sizes – small, medium, and enterprise – continue to push transactions to the wide area network.  The growth in wireline data services is due to higher number of connections and higher bandwidth per connection, while business wireless revenues growth is due to the penetration of smartphones and tablets into business communications.  Business voice calling has shifted to wireless and to lower-cost VoIP services, while data services have become the transport layer for internet access, cloud computing, wireless backhaul, and video distribution.   The study provides detailed analysis of US businesses wireless and wireline market.  Business services are further segmented by service, business size, and wholesale vs. retail. This study includes revenue forecasts of all business services over the next five years, along with projections of migration patterns from legacy services to the advanced IP services that will become the backbone for future B2B and B2C applications.

1 Executive Summary
1.1 US Telecommunications Industry
1.2 Environment
1.3 Market Forecast Summary
1.4 Report Structure
2 Background
2.1 Definitions
2.2 Changing Mix of Services
2.3 Business Data Services
2.4 Network Traffic and Usage
3 Markets
3.1 Telecommunications Market Segments
3.2 Business Characteristics
3.2.1 Small Businesses and Home Offices
3.2.2 Medium Sized Businesses
3.2.3 Enterprises
3.2.4 Wholesale
3.3 Market Share
4 Technology
4.1 Business Networks
4.2 Carrier Ethernet
4.3 Wireless
4.4 Platforms
5 Market Forecasts
5.1 Summary
5.2 Methodology
5.3 Market Forecast
5.4 Conclusion
Figure I-1 Telecommunications Revenue by Market: Business (Voice, Data, Wireless), Consumer, 2014 ($Billions)
Figure I-2 Business Services Revenues, 2014-2019 ($Billions)
Figure I-3 Report Segmentation
Figure II-1 Business Services Revenues by Service, 2003-2013 ($Billions)
Figure II-2 Business Data Services Revenues by Service, 2003-2013 ($Billions)
Figure II-3 Business Access and Broadband Lines, 2003-2013 (Millions)
Figure II-4 Business Wireless Revenues by Service, 2003-2013 ($Billions)
Figure III-1 Telecommunications Revenue by Market: Business, Consumer, 2014 ($Billions)
Figure III-2 Business Services Revenue by Segment, 2014 ($Billions)
Figure III-3 Business Services Revenue by Major Provider, 2014 ($Billions)
Figure IV-1 Business Services Network Architecture
Figure IV-2 Future HFC Network Bandwidth for Data
Figure IV-3 Carrier Ethernet Network Architecture
Figure IV-4 TDM to Ethernet Architecture
Figure IV-5 Mobile Backhaul Business Services Architecture
Figure IV-6 LTE Coverage of the Big 4 National Carriers, 2010-2014 (US Population, Millions)
Figure IV-7 OSS/BSS Target Architecture
Figure V-1 Business Services Revenues, 2014-2019 ($Billions)
Figure V-2 Business Services Revenues by Service, 2014-2019 ($Billions)
Figure V-3 Wireline Voice Business Services, 2014-2019 ($Billions)
Figure V-4 Wireline Data Business Services, 2014-2019 ($Billions)
Figure V-5 Wireline IP Enterprise Services, 2014-2019 ($Billions)
Figure V-6 Wireless Business Services, 2014-2019 ($Billions)
Figure V-7 Business Services by Segment, 2014-2019 ($Billions)
Table II-1 Business Services Definitions
Table III-1 Business Segment Characteristics
Table III-2 Business Segment Functional Requirements

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