Analysys Mason helps vendors succeed in the telecommunications market.

We provide forecasts and analysis of industry growth in targeted regions and particular types of services, and support vendors with industry-wide analysis as well as company-specific analysis through our published and custom research.

We also provide marketing support to vendors, delivering whitepapers, webinars and briefing sessions and presentations.

Our industry analysts and consultants are recognised industry experts, particularly in the areas of telecoms software, wireless and fixed networks, spectrum and telecom economics.

Our 30-year history offers an extensive portfolio of data that is uniquely focused on the TMT industry and sets us apart.

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Supporting InfoVista's acquisition of TEMs, Ascom's network testing division

InfoVista was aiming to expand its presence in the service fulfilment and service assurance spaces through the acquisition of Ascom's network testing division. Analysys Mason was asked to carry out an assessment of the addressable market and provide an overview of the competitive landscape

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  • M&A as a route to leadership in network performance monitoring

    The network performance monitoring (NPM) space hit a record number of transactions in 2016 and M&A momentum in NPM is expected to persist, as market leaders continue integrating and taking over specialist vendors. We have identified at least six areas for investigation by an investment decision maker.

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  • Big data will not automatically lead to deep insights

    The move to store increasingly large quantities of data is in part welcome, but there is no guarantee that the data will be used to provide additional value to communications service providers (CSPs). In this article, Justin van der Lande examines two analytics approaches that CSPs can use to gain deeper insights.

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  • How leading CSPs are integrating social media within customer care

    Social networks have become a major force in our lives and customers are increasingly using it to communicate with their communication service providers (CSPs). Customers who post service problems on Facebook and Twitter expect their CSP to respond within 30 minutes.

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