2014 Global Mobile Broadband - Insights And Statistics For A Game Changing Industry: Worldwide Share, Investment Trends, Growth, Strategy and Forecast Research Report

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Mobile broadband – the key growth area for global telecoms industry

The ongoing improvements in infrastructure have driven the continuing uptake of mobility and broadband around the world and in 2014 mobile broadband is the fastest growth area overall for the global telecoms sector. But increased usage has caused data traffic jams on the 3G networks because this infrastructure cannot cope with the rapid increase in traffic over the last couple of years.

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The release of 4G/LTE mobile broadband will certainly ease the issue in the short term and anticipation of this growing demand has resulted in LTE becoming the fastest developing mobile technology to date.

The global mobile industry has been busy developing amazing applications and services for smart phones and devices over the past few years - but it is important to remember that if the infrastructure cannot handle the capacity then this market will quickly stall. The developed markets are already eating up new spectrum with a voracious appetite and it is expected that the current new spectrum allocations for LTE will start to run out in 3-5 years’ time - and at this stage there is no clear technical solution ahead for the industry. Many see heterogeneous infrastructure as the way forward– in other words, a conglomeration of technology all tied together – and while this will work; the overall quality and reliability of the network is bound to suffer.

The interest in the VoLTE market is expected to accelerate as LTE networks become more mass market. Cellular operators in the US have gone to great lengths to expand LTE availability across the country. As a result, the US will become a key market for VoLTE services in coming years, with operators and consumers alike benefiting from the scale of LTE and LTE-A network footprints. In South Korea in 2013, KT reported that it was also making significant progress in expanding the coverage of its LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) network.

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The increasingly important WiFi market is slowly but surely seeing more sophisticated WiFi products emerge. This level of sophistication is occurring in enterprise and carrier markets and also finding its way into the hotspot market - where it will become the critical hub for the rapidly increasing home network market. It must be recognised that WiFi plays a key role in the telecoms environment of the future. The use of WiFi hotspots continues to rise due to increasing popularity from smart phone and mobile device users.

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LTE development continues apace and there is no doubt that LTE is going to take a prime position in broadband developments. With competitively priced services, innovative smartphones and an increasing range of very innovative apps this market is set to continue to boom. Japan, South Korea, USA and Scandinavia are just some of the leading markets in terms of LTE.
Voice-Over LTE (VoLTE) is an emerging service on LTE networks, particularly in the USA and South Korea.
Mobile VoIP is becoming a key area of focus, particularly in Europe and North America.
Smartphone users want faster, more ubiquitous and reliable connectivity, while operators are looking to squeeze every last bit of capacity out of their cellular networks. As a result, smarter WiFi is needed so that it can take on a more strategic role as part of the overall mobile network infrastructure. Ultimately users simply want the fastest and most reliable wireless connection they can get.
The boom in Wi-Fi is also resulting in a growing WiFi carrier equipment market.
In 2014 there are over 2 million apps available from Google Play and Apple app store combined.
The take up of 4G/LTE services has been surging in the leading markets of Asia.

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Table of Contents

1. Mobile Broadband Insights and Statistics
1.1 Global market summary
1.1.1 Global mobile broadband
1.2 Global mobile subscriptions
1.3 Global mobile capital expenditure (CAPEX)
1.3.1 Software-defined networks
1.3.2 Global mobile revenue
1.4 Global mobile broadband statistics
1.4.1 Mobile broadband connections and technology

2. Long Term Evolution (LTE) and VoLTE Insights and Statistics
2.1 LTE overview
2.1.1 Will LTE steal the broadband revolution?
2.1.2 Global LTE Subscriptions and deployments
2.1.3 Regional market share
2.2 VoLTE overview
2.2.1 Mobile VoIP more popular than VoLTE
2.3 First leading markets: USA and South Korea
2.3.1 VoLTE in South Korea
2.3.2 VoLTE in the USA
2.4 Further country case studies

3. Wi-Fi Insights and Statistics
3.1 WiFi starts playing a key role in telecoms
3.1.1 Who will dominate the WiFi market?
3.1.2 WiFi and the role of the telcos
3.2 WiFi business models
3.2.1 The benefits of WiFi
3.2.2 Advertising sponsored models
3.2.3 Obstacles
3.3 Venue Wifi

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ICT Investment Trends In Switzerland

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The ICT investment trends in Switzerland report published by Kable Global ICT Intelligence presents the findings from a survey of 46 Swiss enterprises regarding their Information and Communications Technology (ICT) investment trends. The report illustrates the core technologies enterprises are investing in, including the likes of security, content management, communications and collaboration, and cloud computing.

Key Findings

Kable's survey of X Swiss enterprises highlights that X% of respondents are planning to increase their ICT budget in 2014, which is a staggering increase of X% compared to 2013.
Swiss enterprises are allocating the highest proportion of their hardware budgets to client computing technologies (X%) followed by storage devices (X%) in 2013.
Swiss enterprises are allocating the highest proportion of their software budgets to application lifecycle (X%) followed by enterprise applications (X%) and information management (X%) in 2013.

This report presents the findings from a survey of X Swiss enterprises regarding their Information and Communications Technology (ICT) investment trends. The survey investigates how Swiss enterprises currently allocate their ICT budgets across the core areas of enterprise ICT spend, namely hardware, software, IT services, communications and consulting.

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The report illustrates the core technologies enterprises are investing in, including the likes of security, content management, communications and collaboration, and cloud computing. The survey also highlights the approach adopted by enterprises in Switzerland to purchase technology. Through Kable's survey, the report aims to provide better insight to ICT vendors and services providers when pitching their solutions to enterprises in Switzerland.

In particular, it provides an in-depth analysis of the following:

Understand how ICT budgets are set to change in 2014 in terms of their overall size.
Appreciate how IT budgets are allocated across the core elements of IT spend, including hardware, software, services, communications, and consulting.
Learn how IT Euros are being spent in areas such as the data centre, applications, IT management, and network.
Gain an understanding regarding which ICT functions Swiss enterprises are interested in outsourcing.
Identify Swiss enterprises' investment priorities based on their budget allocations across core technology categories such as mobility, communications and collaboration, green IT and virtualization, and cloud computing.
Learn about the drivers that are influencing Swiss enterprises' investments in each technology category.
Establish how Swiss enterprises' IT budgets are currently allocated across various segments within a technology category.

China Computer Software Industry Report, 2014 - 2017
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In 2013, China’s software industry characterized the followings:

1. Software industry still maintained rapid development and some business segments stood out in terms of growth rate.

In 2013, China’s software industry reported the revenue of RMB 3.1 trillion, jumping by 24.6% year on year, higher than global average of 5.7%. With respect to segments, software products, system integration & support services and data processing & operating services made up a large proportion of software business revenue, standing at 32.1%, 20.7% and 17.4% in 2013, respectively. In view of revenue growth rate, information technology consulting services and data processing & operating services kept growing fast in 2010-2013, with a CAGR of 39.2% and 35.3% separately. As the application of big data in all sectors accelerates, it is expected that data processing & operating services will take the lead in revenue growth.

2. Over 75% of revenue of software industry came from the Eastern region, while the revenue from the Northeastern and Western regions grew relatively fast.

In 2013, revenue of software business from the Eastern region accounted for 75.0% of the total, down 3.5 percentage points over 2009. During 2009-2013, the software industry witnessed relatively rapid growth in Northeastern and Western regions, with their CAGR reaching 43.2% and 42.6%, respectively, and revenue proportion trending up. In 2013, revenue from these two regions constituted 10.3% and 10.5% of the total, respectively.

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3. Domestic and foreign companies accelerated their presence in cloud computing-related businesses.

In 2013, global giants Oracle and SAP stepped up their efforts to promote cloud computing-related businesses, while IBM, Microsoft and Amazon launched their cloud computing businesses in China. At the same time, Chinese IT giants Huawei, Lenovo and Internet giants Baidu, Alibaba, Tencent and Qihoo 360 all entered cloud market. Moreover, traditional software vendors also quickened their transformation to cloud service provider. For example, Yonyou positioned itself as a provider of software, cloud service and value-added services.

4. Technological innovations like SMAC will change business model of companies, thus creating new growth engines for software industry.

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