Worldwide Telecom 2015 Top 10 Predictions

Worldwide Telecom 2015 Top 10 Predictions

This IDC study provides IDC's top 10 predictions for the telecommunications market for 2015. This document offers the views of IDC's telecommunications analysts on what industry major transitions will start, continue, or complete during 2015.

"The worldwide telecommunications market continues to be shaped by consolidation, competition, and customer requirements," said Courtney Munroe, group vice president of Worldwide Telecommunications. "In 2015, worldwide telecom market services spending will be $1.9 trillion, with network services making up $1.7 trillion."

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Situation Overview
Future Outlook
1. Global Telecom Spending Will Be Driven by Mobile Data, IP, and Managed Services
2. CSP Consolidation Will Continue at a Torrid Pace
3. CSP Consolidation and Partnerships in Europe Will Gain Momentum in 2015
4. The U.S. FCC Will Tread Lightly on Net Neutrality Issues
5. Enterprise WAN-Cloud Connect Services and NFV Will Gain Momentum
6. CSP Operations Teams Will Find Business Customers Trump Consumers
7. The Move by Programmers to Launch OTT Services Will Benefit CSPs as New Bundling Opportunities Emerge
8. Worldwide UC&C Market Will Come of Age: Global UC&C Revenue Will Expand by 12.1% in 2015, Surpassing $23.5 Billion
9. One Mobile CSP Will Go Head to Head with Systems Integrators for Mobile Life-Cycle Management and Win
10. CSPs Will Establish Niche in Cloud Land
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