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Analysys Mason Quarterly Jan-Mar 2018

Analysys Mason Quarterly Jan-Mar 2018Welcome to the first issue of the Analysys Mason Quarterly newsletter for 2018, which features our experts' thought leadership on a range of key topics.

 

 


Thought leadership included in this edition

Top 10 predictions for telecoms 2018Top 10 predictions for telecoms 2018

Top 10 predictions for the telecoms media and digital services sectors in 2018. Network operators and their suppliers must pay close attention to these trends for their decision making in 2018. 



Cellular V2X (C-V2X) could fulfil a market need, if the commercial timing is rightCellular V2X (C-V2X) could fulfil a market need, if the commercial timing is right

The 5GAA commissioned Analysys Mason to conduct a study on the socio-economic benefits of C-V2X in Europe. In this article, we discuss the report’s key findings.



Telecoms operators could benefit from the growth in cloud markets that is driven by global IT playersTelecoms operators could benefit from the growth in cloud markets that is driven by global IT players

This article compares the financial performances of cloud services from well-established global IT players with those of telecoms operators and discusses what operators are doing to take advantage of this growth.



The submarine cable industry: new investment opportunities and key trendsThe submarine cable industry: new investment opportunities and key trends

The last few years have seen a marked increase in the number of new cables all over the world. This article considers the impact of these changes on global submarine cable developments and investment over the next 5 to 10 years.



Binding roll-out commitments are necessary for network protection in low density areasBinding roll-out commitments are necessary for network protection in low density areas

In areas where market conditions do not support next-generation access (NGA) roll-out on a commercial basis, local authorities can intervene. However, potential changes in market conditions and/or operator strategies must be well timed.



Investor valuations indicate that traditional TV players must adapt to TV over IP or else face an uncertain futureInvestor valuations indicate that traditional TV players must adapt to TV over IP or else face an uncertain future

We are seeing valuation multiples of new media players completely outperforming those of traditional media players. In this article, we comment on this observation and discuss the need for traditional players to adapt.