Operator business services and IoT

The enterprise market presents a large opportunity for telecoms operators to offer traditional telecoms services, but also provides plenty of opportunity for operators to expand into new markets. IoT is just one example of where operators are earning revenue from new product lines.

Analysys Mason's Operator business services and IoT research practice explores the developments in the existing enterprise business, and follows the new areas, such as cloud and security.

All of our Operator business services and IoT research programmes are supported by:

    • a large primary research exercise, with interviews of over 1500 enterprise buyers,
    • detailed, country-by-country and product-by-product revenue and volume forecasts
    • long strategy reports
    • short comments.

Analysys Mason provides comprehensive coverage of the operator business and IoT opportunity through five research programmes.

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  • Approaches to SD-WAN (volume II): nine service provider case studies

    An increasing number of service providers are launching SD-WAN solutions. This report profiles the activities of nine such providers, representing a mix of incumbents, global operators, domestic challengers and managed service providers (MSPs).

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  • IoT MVNOs: case studies and analysis (volume III)

    The IoT MVNO market continues to grow and fragment; established MVNOs and MNOs are being challenged by new entrants and players from other areas of the IoT value chain. This report is the third in Analysys Mason’s series of case studies on IoT MVNOs and analyses MVNOs’ IoT connectivity offerings and compares their propositions.

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  • Business survey 2019: business interest in, and adoption of, IoT

    This report, based on our survey during 1Q 2019 of over 2300 SMEs and over 670 large businesses across 10 countries, shows the level of interest in, and adoption of, IoT solutions in this market, how they vary by business size and region, and explores what the results mean for operators.

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