Telecom & IT convergence

Telecom & IT Coverage

What converging markets will change for telcos and IT industries

This report describes the phenomenon of convergence currently underway on some telecom and IT markets with the involvement of telecom and IT players on these both markets. It reviews the different converging markets in terms of describing market features, and of market size and market structure.

It also provides an overview of the major telecom and IT players involved on these converging markets.

Finally, the report analyses the phenomenon for both telecom and IT players.

Telecom players
 • AT&T
 • BT
 • Deutsche Telekom
 • NTT

IT players
 • Cisco
 • Citrix
 • HP
 • Oracle

1. Executive Summary and Introduction
1.1. The emergence of converging markets
1.1.1. Why are the telecom and IT markets converging?
1.1.2. Main converging markets
1.2. The dominance of IT players on converging markets
1.2.1. IT players mainly target large accounts
1.2.2. Pure players remain 'small' but are worth waiting for
1.3. Telecom players still have a role to play on converging markets
1.3.1. Telcos' strategy is to complete their product portfolio
1.3.2. In terms of revenues, ROI remains limited but not negative
2. Methodology & definitions
2.1. General methodology of IDATE's reports
2.2. Definitions
3. Convergence enablers & business needs
3.1. End-user business needs
3.2. Telecom players prospective
3.3. IT players prospective
4. Main converging telecom and IT segments
4.1. Cloud computing services
4.1.1. Market description
4.1.2. Market structure
4.1.3. Market size
4.2. Big data
4.2.1. Market description
4.2.2. Market structure
4.2.3. Market size
4.3. Security
4.3.1. Market description
4.3.2. Market structure
4.3.3. Market size
4.4. IT consulting
4.5. Unified communications, voice and data
4.5.1. Market description
4.5.2. Market structure
4.5.3. Market size
4.6. Machine-to-machine (M2M)
4.6.1. Market description
4.6.2. Market structure
4.6.3. Market size
4.7. SDN & NFV
4.7.1. Market description
4.7.2. Market structure
4.7.3. Market size
5. Player positions on telecom and IT markets
5.1. Telcos
5.1.1. BT
5.1.2. Deutsche Telekom - T-Systems
5.1.3. NTT
5.1.4. AT&T
5.2. IT players
5.2.1. Oracle
5.2.2. Cisco
5.2.3. HP
5.2.4. Citrix
Table 1: Size of converging telecom and IT markets, and share of telecom and IT players
Table 2: How telecom and IT services meet current business needs
Table 3: IT and telecom converging markets size, and share of IT players and telecom players
Table 4: Types of cloud services sold by different players in the marketplace
Table 5: Type of data used by vertical
Table 6: Carrier positioning in the M2M space
Table 7: Overview of telcos telecom and IT main products
Table 8: Oracle revenues breakdown – Full Year 2014 (Fiscal Year 2015)
Figure 1: Strategic business priorities for next 12 months
Figure 2: Investment intentions
Figure 3: Evolution of IT spending
Figure 4: Selected ICT segments: global market size and growth
Figure 5: Driving factors in entering the telecom services market
Figure 6: Challenges in entering telecom services market
Figure 7: The three types of cloud (IaaS, PaaS, SaaS)
Figure 8: Cloud computing industry structure
Figure 9: Growth potential for telcos in the SaaS and IaaS markets
Figure 10: Growth of the global enterprise cloud computing market, by segment, 2015-2020
Figure 11: Business, financial and environmental factors influencing cloud decisions
Figure 12: Changing challenges as cloud evolves
Figure 13: Variety of data sources
Figure 14: Technologies used to derive value from big data
Figure 15: Big data value chain
Figure 16: Big data landscape
Figure 17: Worldwide big data revenue forecasts, 2011-2020
Figure 18: State of big data investments
Figure 19: Big data and analytics software market, in 2016
Figure 20: Online advertising revenues, worldwide and regional, 2010-2018
Figure 21: Mobility management/MDM industry structure
Figure 22: Security solutions industry structure
Figure 23: Security market size 2014-2019 (billion USD)
Figure 24: IT consulting industry structure
Figure 25: Worldwide IT services market 2014-2018
Figure 26: Overview of players on the professional unified communications market
Figure 27: Breakdown of players in the three main areas of unified communications
Figure 28: Unified communications market size 2014-2018
Figure 29: M2M architecture
Figure 30: M2M value chain
Figure 31: World cellular M2M markets
Figure 32: M2M development by vertical industry
Figure 33: Implication of SDN in architecture
Figure 34: OpenDaylight participants: network and IT vendors
Figure 35: Products and services offered by BT within BT Global Services
Figure 36: Examples of unified communications solutions provided by BT Global Services
Figure 37: Overview of T-Systems main products portfolios
Figure 38: NTT Group's full global cloud coverage
Figure 39: NTT Group track record of cross selling IT solutions
Figure 40: Overview of AT&T unified communications solutions
Figure 41: Overview of IT players involved on both telecom and IT services markets, by core business
Figure 42: Communications products provided by Oracle, especially through Tekelec and Acme Packet acquisition
Figure 43: Cisco versus the Internet giants, as seen by Cisco
Figure 44: Unified communications
Figure 45: Overview of HP Helion cloud solution
Figure 46: Network applications covered by the AllianceOne partnership
Figure 47: Citrix cloud portfolio
Figure 48: MDM portfolio
Figure 49: ByteMobile within Citrix portfolio

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