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World Network Optimisation Technologies Market - Value shift in the carrier equipment sector - Investment forecasts, 2015-2019

This study provides quantitative and qualitative data as well as analysis on the main telecom network optimisation technologies including:
Traffic and policy management – Network design – Video infrastructure – Cloudification – Telco software

Two deliverables to provide you efficiently with this outstanding expertise:
1. Report (ppt format)
The state of the art for key network optimisation technologies, coming along with the impact on strategies of the key telecom equipment makers (Alcatel-Lucent, Cisco, Ericsson, Huawei and Nokia Networks) and major telcos (AT&T, DT, Orange, Telecom Italia, Telefónica, Verizon and Vodafone) in order to gather all necessary information to understand and assess issues & opportunities of these markets.

2. Dataset (xlsx)
Data & Forecasts up to 2019 covering seven main network optimisation technologies for three regions
- North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific as well as World consolidated
- Network optimisation technologies consolidated by zone with a breakdown by Traffic and policy management, Telco WiFi, Mobile Backhaul, Video optimization infrastructure, SDN/NFV, Cloud equipment, OSS/BSS

Database description

Investment forecasts for 2015-2019 for the following market segments

Traffic and policy management
- DPI, PCRF and Policy control functions

Network design
- Telco Wifi
- Mobile backhaul

Video infrastructure
- Video optimisation, CDN servers, transparent caching, encoders, VoD servers

Cloudification
- SDN and NFV
- Cloud equipment

Telco software
- OSS/BSS


Geographical coverage
- North America
- Europe
- Asia-Pacific
- Global consolidation

Table Of Contents

World Network Optimisation Technologies Market
1. Executive summary
1.1. Operators' challenges to evolve their networks
1.2. Operators still being careful about spending
1.3. Technical-economic responses available to operators
1.4. Networks at the heart of telcos' strategies
1.5 Telco migration to future architecture with SDN and NFV
1.6. Equipment suppliers need to find a new development path
1.7. Equipment suppliers building their business around IT services

2. Current status of network optimisation solutions markets
2.1. Traffic and policy management
2.1.1. Traffic and policy management: concept
2.1.2. Traffic and policy management: market drivers and barriers
2.1.3. Traffic and policy management: deployment level
2.1.4. Traffic and policy management: ecosystem
2.1.5. Traffic and policy management: market revenues
2.2. Network planning: Carrier Wi-Fi - Backhaul
2.2.1. Carrier Wi-Fi: concept
2.2.2. Carrier Wi-Fi: market drivers
2.2.3. Carrier Wi-Fi: deployment level
2.2.4. Carrier Wi-Fi: ecosystem
2.2.5. Carrier Wi-Fi: market revenues
2.2.6. Mobile backhaul: concept
2.2.7. Mobile backhaul: market drivers and barriers
2.2.8. Mobile backhaul: deployment level
2.2.9. Mobile backhaul: ecosystem
2.2.10. Mobile backhaul: market revenues
2.3. Video infrastructure- CDN and transparent caching - Web and video optimisation
2.3.1. CDN and transparent caching equipment: concept
2.3.2. CDN and transparent caching: market drivers
2.3.3. CDN and transparent caching: deployment level
2.3.4. CDN and transparent caching: ecosystem
2.3.5. Web and video optimisation: concept
2.3.6. Web and video optimisation: ecosystem
2.3.7. Video infrastructure: market revenues
2.4. Cloudification - SDN/NFV - Cloud computing
2.4.1. SDN and NFV: concept
2.4.2. SDN and NFV: market drivers and barriers
2.4.3. SDN and NFV: deployment level
2.4.4. SDN and NFV: ecosystem
2.4.5. SDN and NFV: market revenues
2.4.6. Cloud computing: concept
2.4.7. Cloud computing: development level
2.4.8. Cloud computing: ecosystem
2.4.9. Cloud computing: equipment market revenues
2.5. Network systems management - OSS/BSS
2.5.1. OSS/BSS: concept
2.5.2. OSS/BSS: deployments
2.5.3. OSS/BSS: ecosystem
2.5.4. OSS/BSS: market revenues

3. Positioning of equipment suppliers
3.1. Cisco
3.2. Ericsson
3.3. Alcatel-Lucent
3.4. Huawei
3.5. Nokia Networks

4. Telco strategies
4.1. ATandT
4.2. Deutsche Telekom
4.3. Orange
4.4. Telecom Italia
4.5. Telefónica
4.6. Verizon
4.7. Vodafone

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