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Telecom Network Infrastructure Market 2014 - 2019

Telecom Network Infrastructure Market 2014 - 2019

The telecommunications infrastructure vendor market consists of a variety of companies that provide switching, transmission, signaling, database, content, applications, OSS/BSS systems, and other equipment, software, and services. In recently years, major infrastructure vendors have face many challenges including tightening carrier budgets, technology evolution, and business model evolution.

The telecom infrastructure market continues a transformation as new factors come into play such as network virtualization, cloud-based services, and the integration of the so called heterogeneous networks (HetNets). In this transformative and highly competitive environment, cost effective product and service delivery is of paramount importance as the market focuses increasingly on IP and wireless.

Telecom Network Infrastructure Market 2014 – 2019 addresses the telecom infrastructure vendor landscape including major investment drivers, significant players, solutions, market positioning, and forecast through 2019. The report also provides insights into threats and opportunities regarding infrastructure offerings.

The report covers the following topics:

  • Business Case for the telecom infrastructure applications: An assessment of the business case for the current solutions.
  • Technology Review: A review of the underlying technology supporting the infrastructure market
  • A Review of infrastructure Deployments: A review of major deployments by Carriers worldwide.
  • Market Analysis and Forecasts: A global and regional assessment of the market size and forecasts for the infrastructure market from 2014 to 2019
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Target Audience:
  • SDN and NFV vendors
  • Telecom OSS/BSS suppliers
  • Telecom network operators
  • Telecom software developers
  • Telecom application developers
  • Telecom infrastructure providers
  • Associations and Technology Groups
  • Corporate and Institutional Investors
  • Government and International Bodies
  • Service bureau/managed service providers


General Methodology

Mind Commerce Publishing's research methodology encompasses input from a wide variety of sources.

We rely heavily upon our Subject Matter Experts (SME) in terms of their market knowledge, unique perspective, and vision. We utilize SME industry contacts as well as previous customers and participants in our market surveys and interactive interviews.

In addition, we rely upon our extensive internal database, which contains modeling, qualitative analysis, and quantitative data. We review secondary sources and compare to our primary sources to update previous findings (for prior version reports) and/or compile baseline information for technology and market modeling.

We share preliminary models with industry contacts (select previous clients, experts, and thought leaders) to verify the veracity of initial modeling. Prior to final report production (analysis, findings, and conclusions), we engage in an internal review with internal SMEs as well as cross-expertise, senior staff members to challenge results.

We believe that forecasts should be prepared as part of an integrated process which involves both quantitative as well as qualitative factors. We follow the following 3-step process for forecasting.

Forecasting Methodology

Step 1 - Forecasts Input: The inputs for the present and historical revenues are derived from industry players. Financial and other quantitative data for individual sub-market categories are derived from original research and tested with interviews with major industry constituents.

Step 2 - Forecasting of Future Years: Mind Commerce extends forecasts based on a variety of factors including demand drivers as well as supply side data. Key success factors and assumptions are considered.

Step 3 - Validation of Data: The final step is to validate projections, which is accomplished in consultation with both internal and external industry experts, including both topic and regional experts. Adjustments are made to the forecasts based on factors identified throughout this process.


1 List Of Figures
2 Introduction
2.1 Executive Summary
2.2 Topics Covered
2.3 Key Findings
2.4 Key Questions Answered
2.5 Target Audience
2.6 Companies Mentioned
3 Telecom Infrastructure Overview
3.1 Industry Background
3.2 Types Of Services Provided By Telecom Vendor
3.2.1 Technical Services
3.2.2 Current Challenges
3.2.3 Possible Solutions:
3.2.4 Professional Services
3.2.5 Current Challenges
3.2.6 Possible Solutions
3.2.7 Managed Services
3.2.8 Managed Services Benefits
3.2.9 Issues And Key Concerns For Managed Services
4 Telecom Service Providers Overview
4.1.1 Changing Telecommunication Marketplace
4.1.2 Managed Services Business Models
4.1.3 Strategic Outsourcing
5 Current Trends In The Telecom-managed Services
5.1 M2m Managed Service
5.1.1 Mobile Operators And M2m
5.1.2 M2m And Big Data
5.1.3 Risk Management
5.1.4 Need For End-to-end Security
5.1.5 M2m Security Is Key To Industry Verticals
5.1.6 Privacy In M2m
5.2 Vendors Positions And Market Status 2014-2019
5.2.1 Regional Market 2013-2016
5.3 Zte And Huawei Market Place
6 Major Carrier Wifi And Small Cell Deployments
6.1 At&T Mobility
6.2 Eircom
6.3 Kddi
6.4 Korea Telecom
6.5 Sk Telecom
6.6 Optus Australia
6.7 Sfr France
6.8 Sprint
6.9 Reliance Communications
6.10 Softbank Japan
6.11 Telefonica O2 Uk
6.12 T-mobile
6.13 Tim Brasil
6.14 U.S Cellular
6.15 Verizon Wireless
6.16 Vodafone
6.17 Zain Bahrain
6.18 Zain Saudi Arabia
7 Network Function Virtualization
7.1 Nfv Functionality
7.1.1 Nfv Case Study
7.1.2 Architecture
7.1.3 Software-defined Networks
7.1.4 Market Assessment
7.2 Virtualization To Drive Telecom Infrastructure And Managed Services Consolidation
8 Lte
8.1 Lte Scope
8.1.1 Managed Services
8.1.2 European Sms Revenue And Usage Growth Is Slowing
8.1.3 Lte Infrastructure Sales To Grow:
8.1.4 Network Infrastructure Vendors Face Sales Drop
8.1.5 Small Cells Benefit 3g Networks More Than Lte
9 Self-organizing Networks
9.1 Self-organizing Networks Economic Benefits
9.1.1 Network Automation
9.1.2 Energy Savings
9.1.3 Lower Equipment Costs
10 Telecom Infrastructure Vendors Analysis
10.1 Wifi And Small Cell Vendors
10.2 Vendor Product Portfolio And Strategy
10.2.1 Rf Chipsets
10.2.1.1 Lime Microsystems
10.2.1.2 Maxim
10.2.2 Security
10.2.2.1 Genband
10.2.2.2 Stoke
10.2.2.3 Acme Packet
10.2.2.4 Safe-net
10.2.3 Test
10.2.3.1 Actix
10.2.3.2 Benetel
10.2.3.3 Ercom
10.2.3.4 Exfo
10.2.3.5 Ixia
10.2.3.6 Jdsu
10.2.3.7 Keithley
10.2.3.8 Rohde & Schwarz
10.2.3.9 Testing Technologies
10.2.4 Rf Planning
10.2.4.1 Ibwave
10.2.4.2 Ranplan
10.2.4.3 Red-m
10.2.5 Software
10.2.5.1 Aricent
10.2.5.2 Node-h
10.2.5.3 Nomor
10.2.5.4 Quortus
10.2.5.5 Radisys
10.2.6 Rf Chipset
10.2.6.1 Adi
10.2.6.2 Bitwave
10.2.6.3 Broadcom
10.2.6.4 Cavium
10.2.6.5 Freescale
10.2.6.6 Qualcomm
10.2.6.7 Texas Instruments
10.2.7 Dsl Vendors
10.2.7.1 Advanced Digital Broadcast (Adb)
10.2.7.2 Bewan
10.2.7.3 Thomson
10.2.7.4 2-wire
10.2.8 Subsystems
10.2.8.1 Contela
10.2.8.2 Ip.Access
10.2.8.3 Huawei
10.2.8.4 Nec
10.2.8.5 Juni
10.2.9 Femtocell Vendors
10.2.9.1 Accelleran
10.2.9.2 Purewave
10.2.9.3 Airspan
10.2.9.4 Askey
10.2.9.5 Spidercloud
10.2.10 Vendors
10.2.10.1 Nokia Siemens Networks
10.2.10.2 Zte
10.2.10.3 Ericsson
10.2.10.4 Samsung
10.2.10.5 Alcatel-lucent
10.2.10.6 Adtran
10.2.10.7 Argela
10.2.10.8 Airvana
10.2.10.9 Aptilo Networks
10.2.10.10 Aruba Networks
10.2.10.11 Cisco
10.2.10.12 Devicescape
10.2.10.13 Juniper Networks
10.2.10.14 Motorola Solutions
10.2.10.15 Ruckus Wireless
10.2.10.16 Ubee-airwalk
10.2.11 Timing
10.2.11.1 Iposi
10.2.11.2 Pletronics
10.2.11.3 Rakon
10.2.12 Femtocell Convergence Server
10.2.12.1 Taqua
10.2.13 Withdrawn/Acquired
10.2.13.1 Tatara
10.2.13.2 Hay Systems
10.2.13.3 Kineto Wireless
10.2.13.4 Ubiquisys
10.2.14 Backhaul
10.2.14.1 Athenawave
10.2.14.2 Blinq
10.2.14.3 Bluwan
10.2.14.4 Bridgewave
10.2.14.5 Cambridge Broadband Networks (Cnbl)
10.2.14.6 Ccs
10.2.14.7 Dragonwave
10.2.14.8 Idirect
10.2.14.9 Intracom
10.2.14.10 Lightpointe
10.2.14.11 Polewall
10.2.14.12 Sub10 Systems
10.2.14.13 Tarana Wireless
10.2.14.14 Vubiq
11 Self-organizing Networks Vendors
11.1 Optimi Solutions
11.2 Ericsson Son Solution
11.3 Motorola
11.3.1 Motorola Swot
11.3.2 Strength
11.3.3 Weakness
11.3.4 Opportunities
11.3.5 Threats
11.3.6 Motorola Son Services
11.3.7 Features Of Motorola Son
11.4 Actix
11.4.1 Son By Actix
11.4.2 Actix Swot
11.4.3 Strength
11.4.4 Weakness
11.4.5 Opportunities
11.4.6 Threats
11.4.7 Client’s Feedback On Actix Son Solution
11.5 Nec And Actix Son
11.6 Huawei Son Solution
11.6.1 Phase 1 - Planning
11.6.2 Phase 2 - Deployment
11.6.2.1 Transmission Setup
11.6.2.2 Software And Configuration File Download
11.6.2.3 Self Testing
11.6.3 Phase 3 - Optimization
11.6.4 Phase 4 - Maintenance
11.6.5 Huawei’s Son Analysis
11.7 Nokia-siemens Networks Son Solution
11.7.1 Nsn Son Analysis
12 Digital Media Infrastructure Vendors
12.1 Multicast Video
12.2 Multimedia Broadcast Vendors Landscape
12.3 Lte Multicast Business Cases
12.3.1 Mobile Tv
12.3.1.1 End-user Benefits
12.3.1.2 Business Model
12.3.2 Digital Radio
12.3.2.1 End-user Benefits
12.3.2.2 Business Models
12.3.3 Video On Demand
12.3.3.1 End-user Benefits
12.3.3.2 Business Model
12.3.4 Connected Car
12.3.4.1 End-user Benefits
12.3.4.2 Business Models
12.3.5 Fixed Lte Quadruple Play
12.3.5.1 End-user Benefits
12.3.5.2 Business Model
12.3.6 Wireless Emergency Alerts
12.3.6.1 End-user Benefits
12.3.6.2 Business Model
12.3.7 E-newspapers And E-magazines
12.3.7.1 End-user Benefits
12.3.7.2 Business Model
12.3.8 Firmware/Os Updates
12.3.8.1 End-user Benefits
12.3.8.2 Business Model
12.4 Digital Media Infrastructure Key Players
12.4.1 Ericsson
12.4.1.1 Mission/Vision
12.4.1.2 Services
12.4.1.3 Strategy
12.4.1.4 Activities
12.4.1.5 Ericsson Lte Broadcast Solution Package
12.4.1.6 The Solution Analysis
12.4.2 Alcatel-lucent
12.4.3 Qualcomm Broadcast Solution Package
12.4.3.1 The Solution Analysis
12.4.4 Total Telecom
13 Nfv Vendors Assessments
13.1 Intel
13.1.1 The Solution
13.2 Commscope
13.2.1 The Solution
13.3 Nextg Networks / Crown Castle
13.4 Te Connectivity
13.4.1 The Solution
13.5 Arista
13.5.1 The Solution
14 Fifth Generation (5g) Technology
14.1 What Is 5g Technology?
14.2 What 5g Technology Offers
14.3 5g Mobile Networks
14.4 5g Technology Research Requirements
14.5 Osi Layers In The Typical 5g Design
14.5.1 Physical Layer
14.5.2 Network Layer
14.5.3 Open Transport Protocol (Ota) Layer
14.5.4 Application Layer
14.6 5g Enabling Technologies
14.6.1 Network Functions Virtualization (Nfv)
14.6.2 Cooperative Communication Functions
14.6.2.1 Multi-hop
14.6.2.2 Caching
14.6.3 Automated Network Organization
14.6.3.1 Self-configuration
14.6.3.2 Automatic Neighbour Relation (Anr)
14.6.3.3 Self-healing
14.6.3.4 Self-organization
14.6.4 Advanced Traffic Management
14.7 Challenges To 5g Technology
14.7.1 Broad Variation Of Requirements And Service Characteristics
14.7.2 Standardization
14.7.3 Network Challenges
14.7.4 Mobile Device Challenges
14.7.5 Application Challenges
14.8 Future Outlook
14.8.1 Future Of Mobile Traffic
14.8.2 Evolution Of Safety-critical Domains
14.8.3 Growth Of Mobile Cloud-based Applications
14.8.4 Sixth Generation (6g)
14.9 5g Companies And Solutions
14.9.1 China Mobile
14.9.1.1 5g Contribution
14.9.1.1.1 5g Base Station Optimization
14.9.1.1.2 Test And Measurement Solutions
14.9.2 Deutsche Telekom
14.9.2.1 5g Contribution
14.9.3 Ntt Docomo
14.9.3.1 5g Contribution
14.9.3.1.1 Ntt Docomo And Alcatel-lucent
14.9.3.1.2 Ntt Docomo And Ericsson
14.9.3.1.3 Ntt Docomo And Fujitsu
14.9.3.1.4 Ntt Docomo And Nec
14.9.3.1.5 Ntt Docomo And Nokia
14.9.3.1.6 Ntt Docomo And Samsung
14.9.4 Sk Telecom
14.9.4.1 5g Contribution
14.9.5 Broadcom
14.9.5.1 5g Contribution
15 Telecom Infrastructure Market 2014-2019
15.1 Global Telecom Infrastructure Market 2014-2019
15.1.1 Us Telecom Infrastructure Market 2014 - 2019
15.1.2 Europe
15.1.3 Asia Pacific
15.1.4 Middle East And Africa
15.2 Telecom Infrastructure Market By Category 2014 - 2019
16 Conclusions
Figures
Figure 1: LAN Architecture and Components
Figure 2: LAN Architecture and Component Topography
Figure 3: Service Delivery Platform
Figure 4: M2M Managed Services
Figure 5: Regional Managed Service Market
Figure 6: KDDI’s 3M Strategy Vision
Figure 7: LTE E-UTRAN Infrastructure Network Elements
Figure 8: Network Virtualization Architecture
Figure 9: SDN and Cloud Infrastructure Data Center Consolidation
Figure 10: NFV and SDN
Figure 11: SON Use Cases
Figure 12: SDN-enabled Intel Open Network Platform Switch Reference Design
Figure 13: ToR Switch based on the Intel ONP Switch Reference Design
Figure 14: 5G Specifications
Figure 15: 5G Mobile Phone Concept
Figure 16: 5G Mobile Terminal Network Layer
Figure 17: Global Telecom Infrastructure Market 2014 – 2019
Figure 18: Telecom Infrastructure Market in the US 2014 – 2019
Figure 19: Telecom Infrastructure Market 2014 – 2019
Figure 20: Asia Telecom Infrastructure Market 2014 – 2019
Figure 21: Telecom Infrastructure Market in the ME and Africa 2014 - 2019
Figure 22: Telecom Infrastructure Market by Category 2014 – 2019

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