Macroeconomic Effects on the Telco Market and Competitive Landscape

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Publish Date: 23 Aug 2022
Code: PT-2618
Research Type: Presentation
Pages: 15
Macroeconomic Effects on the Telco Market and Competitive Landscape
RELATED SERVICE: 5G & 6G Cloud-Native Systems
Actionable Benefits

Actionable Benefits

  • Understand how existing geopolitical events and associated macroeconomic factors impact the telco market and competitive landscape.
  • Provide actionable guidance for Communications Service Providers (CSPs) and telco infrastructure vendors to mitigate short-term challenges and adjust long-term strategies.
  • Align telco strategic initiatives with changing CSP and enterprise requirements.
Critical Questions Answered

Critical Questions Answered

  • What should CSPS do to mitigate geopolitical and macroeconomic pressures?
  • What is the effect on 5G network hardware, software, and services from a volatile macroeconomic environment?
  • How are CSPs and vendors responding to strengthen growth potential and seek energies in operations?
Research Highlights

Research Highlights

  • Analysis of key challenges that CSPs and telco infrastructure vendors face due to macroeconomic uncertainties.
  • Strategic recommendations to drive innovation, competition, and resiliency amid broader macroeconomic events.
  • Highlights of key trends shaping the telco competitive landscape.
Who Should Read This?

Who Should Read This?

  • CSPs.
  • Network Equipment Providers (NEPs).
  • Senior executives within enterprises looking to align innovation with relevant investment, given the existing market conditions.

Table of Contents

Key Takeaways

Geopolitics, Macroeconomics, and COVID-19

Impact on Network Equipment, Cloud/Software, and Services

Key Trends on Competitive Landscape and Commercial Models

Short-Term and Long-Term Recommendations


Mobile Operator Alliances
Mobile Operator Joint Ventures I
Mobile Operator Joint Ventures II
Vendor Alliances and Acquisitions I
Vendor Alliances and Acquisitions II

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