Analysys Mason Podcast
Private LTE/5G network deployments: trends and analysis 3Q 2022

Private LTE/5G network deployments: trends and analysis 3Q 2022

December 7, 2022

48% of all private LTE/5G networks in the public domain use 5G as of October 2022, up from 43% at the end of 2021.

Tom Rebbeck (Partner) and Ibraheem Kasujee (Analyst) discuss the emerging trends in the private LTE/5G market, such as who the main contractors are, what network technology is used, which sectors are deploying private networks and where such deployments are based.

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Independent operators are starting to address sustainability concerns

Independent operators are starting to address sustainability concerns

December 5, 2022

Large network operators have also been visibly addressing sustainability for several years. More recently, smaller operators have also started to turn their attention to sustainability concerns.

Ian Adkins, principal, and Larry Goldman, chief analyst, discuss implications for these smaller operators.

As COP27 closes, CSPs can help consumers to address concerns about both the cost of living and the environment

As COP27 closes, CSPs can help consumers to address concerns about both the cost of living and the environment

November 30, 2022

The COP27 climate summit held in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt in November 2022 brought world leaders together once again to decide on action to tackle the climate emergency. However, as shown in Analysys Mason’s latest consumer survey, consumer interest in sustainability has temporarily plateaued against the backdrop of greater energy and financial instability. 

Martin Scott (Principal Analyst) and Maria Tunberg (Principal) discuss some of the initiatives that operators have put in place to help realise their own and their customers’ aspirations for greater sustainability.

The associated article can be accessed here

SASE represents a USD16 billion opportunity for operators

SASE represents a USD16 billion opportunity for operators

November 29, 2022

SASE solutions bring together SD-WAN with cloud security to form an integrated service. The combined SD-WAN and cloud security markets will generate over USD110 billion in revenue by 2027; SASE will account for 15% of this. 

Catherine Hammond (Principal Analyst) and Matt Small (Research Analyst) discuss recent SASE and SD-WAN trends and forecasts. 

The associated article can be accessed here.

Analysys Mason’s research predictions for 2023

Analysys Mason’s research predictions for 2023

November 23, 2022

The biggest issue for telecoms operators in 2023 will be coping with inflation and particularly rising energy costs. After a decade of low inflation and low interest rates, telecoms operators, like other businesses face the problem of managing rising costs and uncertainty about how much they can increase their own prices to cope. 

Larry Goldman (Chief Analyst) and Tom Rebbeck (Partner) discuss our 10 most-compelling predictions for the telecoms, media and technology sector in 2023. 

To view our full predictions for 2023, click here

  

Ensuring that the wireless industry has sufficient spectrum will get more complicated

Ensuring that the wireless industry has sufficient spectrum will get more complicated

November 18, 2022

The future of spectrum will require long-term investment and long-term decision processes, the economics of which are not always clear.

Janette Stewart (Partner) and Larry Goldman (Chief Analyst) discuss recent spectrum shifts in North America and how that relates to future 5G and 6G spectrum policy.

The associated article can be accessed here

Operator revenue from digital advertising will grow to USD37 billion worldwide in 2027

Operator revenue from digital advertising will grow to USD37 billion worldwide in 2027

November 8, 2022

Operator digital advertising revenue amounts to 2.4% of total mobile service revenue as of 2022.

Inigo Barker (Senior Analyst) and Tom Rebbeck (Partner) discuss the structural changes to the digital advertising market that have put operators in a stronger position to capitalise on their first-party user data assets and share in the growth of the market.

The associated article can be accessed here.

SMB IT spending 2022: new 5-year priorities, insights and opportunities

SMB IT spending 2022: new 5-year priorities, insights and opportunities

November 3, 2022

SMBs are no longer focusing on just surviving the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead, they are now ‘getting back to business’ while dealing with rising interest rates, inflation, supply chain disruptions, geopolitical uncertainties and labour shortages.

In this podcast, Larry Goldman (Chief Analyst) and Bob Takacs (Research Director) discuss our latest release of the Analysys Mason Technology Forecaster and associated report on SMB spending priorities, and opportunities for telecoms operators and IT vendors. 

To learn more about the Analysys Mason Technology Forecaster and to download the associated report, click here

CSPs play a key role in the metaverse in areas that were not included in the Meta Connect 2022 keynote

CSPs play a key role in the metaverse in areas that were not included in the Meta Connect 2022 keynote

October 19, 2022

In this podcast, Chief Analyst Larry Goldman interviews Principal Analyst Martin Scott about the several announcements that were made at Meta Connect 2022. Meta’s announcements were well-aligned with Analysys Mason’s metaverse framework, but there were notable absences in areas where communications service providers can take the lead.

The associated article can be accessed here

Hollow-core fibre for low latency and increased bandwidth: the next game-changer in optical cables

Hollow-core fibre for low latency and increased bandwidth: the next game-changer in optical cables

October 3, 2022

Larry Goldman (Chief Analyst) and Dr. Franck Chevalier (co-head of technology consulting) talk about continuing growth in the volume of data traffic and the need for low latency leading operators to deploy hollow-core fibre networks. 

The associated article can be accessed here.