Strategies for incumbents: operators, media companies and vendors

Our consultants are specialists in developing strategies for incumbent telecoms operators, media companies and vendors

  • Digital payment strategies: Conceptualised the commercial and technical digital payment (e-commerce, m-payments, and digital currency) strategy for mobile operators in South East Asia.
  • Digital payments M&A: Supported a regional telecoms operator in the due diligence of a mobile payments provider in India.
  • Advertising: Devised a gowth strategy for a European publisher in its online advertising business.
  • IoT market sizing: Produced three reports on the Internet of Things (IoT) in Asia–Pacific, Latin America and the Middle East and North Africa for an international industry association. 
  • IoT regulation: Assessed the impact of spectrum regulatory frameworks on the development of M2M/IoT services. 
  • Smart cities: Explored the different operating models adopted by smart cities, key smart-city services deployed, the benefits they hope to deliver, and the technologies, standards and suppliers used to support them in a white paper for Huawei.

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  • Ericsson: IoT Accelerator

    Ericsson is a global telecommunications and ICT vendor serving the network operator and service provider market. Its flagship IoT platform, the IoT Accelerator (formerly the DCP), was launched in 2011. This profile provides an overview of Ericsson’s IoT strategy including the platform’s capabilities, key customers and an analysis of its strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats.

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  • Bosch Software Innovations: Bosch IoT Suite

    Bosch launched the Bosch IoT Suite in 2013, and also established a new subsidiary, Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions GmbH, to focus on providing IoT sensor and connectivity solutions and services to different verticals. The company is at an advanced stage of building the technical enablers to support its IoT strategy and is working towards digitalising its ecosystem to support its IoT initiatives.

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  • Oracle: IoT Cloud

    In addition to device and data management functionality and integration with key business applications, Oracle has built specific IoT applications to address fleet, asset, connected worker and production monitoring use cases, as well as smart cities.

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