(PRWEB UK) 10 December 2012
According to the new report Global IP Exchange: Current Status and Future Prospects for IPX, as much as 25% of the wholesale value of traffic flowing over IPX networks will be generated from new and value-added services; LTE interoperability, roaming and voice services will also be strong drivers of growth
The gross value of all international wholesale telecoms services transported by new IP exchange networks (IPX) will rise from around 1.4% of the international wholesale business today to $5 billion in 2017. IPX providers will capture only a proportion of this as net retained fees, but it still reflects tremendous growth potential.
This new 100 page report provides in-depth analysis of the emerging global IP Exchange (IPX) market. Based on interviews with IPX providers and wholesale service buyers, the study assesses the development of the IPX market and includes service provider comparisons, reviews customer needs, and provides market forecasts. It delivers insight into the opportunities open to suppliers and buyers.
Global carriers have been steadily announcing the launch of their global IPX networks. Many have also been declaring the introduction of new services to go over those networks, and initial customer contracts too. However, the market is confused, with service providers attributing the IPX brand to a wide range of different services, network types, and customer contracts. Wholesale service buyers are currently investigating IPX-based services and assessing whether they make a good strategic fit, but remain cautious.
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