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Analysys Mason Quarterly Oct-Dec 2017

Analysys Mason Quarterly Oct-Dec 2017Welcome to the fourth issue of the Analysys Mason Quarterly newsletter for 2017, which features our experts' thought leadership on a range of key topics.

 

 


Thought leadership included in this edition

Operators should consider targeting micro enterprises in order to sustain and increase enterprise revenueOperators should consider targeting micro enterprises in order to sustain and increase enterprise revenue

Enterprise requirements for telecoms services are extremely diverse and the challenge for operators is to identify and successfully target growth opportunities within different regions and business segments. 



Partnering for digital transformation: a EUR15 billion opportunity for EMEA operatorsPartnering for digital transformation: a EUR15 billion opportunity for EMEA operators

Telecoms operators will thrive or struggle depending on their ability to adapt or transform their strategy and operations to make the most out of the content, services and technology enabled by the Internet.



Operators must rapidly revise their pay-TV strategies as cord-cutting acceleratesOperators must rapidly revise their pay-TV strategies as cord-cutting accelerates

This article explains how operators must refocus their traditional pay-TV strategies to successfully compete and ‘futureproof’ their business models.



Greater flexibility in spectrum use: do the benefits outweigh the risks?Greater flexibility in spectrum use: do the benefits outweigh the risks?

This article summarises some of the key questions and concerns addressed in an Analysys Mason study commissioned by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA).



Operators are taking four approaches to grow revenueOperators are taking four approaches to grow revenue

Operators continue to seek growth from connectivity, but are looking for ways to support this revenue and gain new sources of income. This articles explores the four broad strategies operators are adopting.



The rapid transition of video and TV to the Internet must be supported by updated policy and regulationThe rapid transition of video and TV to the Internet must be supported by updated policy and regulation

Given the faster-than-anticipated migration from traditional broadcasting channels to IP, two key questions need to be addressed in the short term.