DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "The
Impact of the IoT Boom on CSP Operations 2018-2023" report has
been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Through discussions with CSPs, technology partners, telecoms software vendors and others, several concerns are ubiquitous during the nascent stages of IoT adoption.
These discussions form much of the basis of the research for 2018, with
the first of these being 'What impact will the coming IoT age have on
current CSP operational systems and processes?'.
Insights into the following:
- What is the forecast market opportunity for CSPs 2018-2023?
- Which IoT categories are the first wave of high-growth use cases and are CSPs operationally prepared to participate in the value chain?
- What are the common operational challenges that CSPs are finding across these high-growth IoT use cases?
- Which next generation network technologies are supporting the IoT boom and what is their importance in ongoing IoT growth?
- What evolutionary changes do CSPs need to make to maximise their revenues across the most lucrative IoT categories?
- What do CSPs need to do to be more than just a connectivity provider in the IoT era?
- What are the industry opinion on some of the key operational challenges highlighted in this report? (The results of a ten question survey of leading industry IoT professionals is included in this report).
- China Mobile
- China Unicom
- Telecom Italia
- BT Global Services
- DB Telecom
- Telecom Service Groep (NL)
- Verizon Enterprise
- SK Telecom
Key Topics Covered
- About this report
- The IoT market opportunity for CSPs
- Executive summary - five key takeaways
- IoT is not one tangible service type but the many millions of IoT use cases have common operational challenges
- Operational challenges for CSPs common to the most frequent IoT use cases
- CSP IoT is moving from fragmented services, to more powerful platform model
- The IoT era is not possible without certain next generation technologies
- Low Power Wide Area wireless - chief enabler of the first wave of revenue-rich IoT use cases
- LTE-M - 4G cellular connectivity and its importance to IoT growth
- Does the Internet of Things need 5G connectivity?
- NFV/SDN - virtualisation techniques enabling IoT operations
- Big data analytics and artificial intelligence usage in the IoT
- Wi-Fi - power usage concerns flattens IoT mass adoption
- The Types of IoT Use Case Forecast to Provide the Most Growth 2018-2022
- Connected and autonomous vehicles
- Energy production and storage
- Fleet management
- Inventory management (stock)
- Optimised industrial production
- Consumer wearables
- Smart meters
- Track and trace
- Proactive maintenance
- Research methodology
For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/v3bcqp/the_impact_of_the?w=4