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TELCO INNOVATION BENCHMARK
In our latest groundbreaking benchmarking study to identify the movers and losers in telco innovation, ABI Research has concluded that Asian telcos are leaders in innovation followed by U.S. Tier Ones: AT&T and Verizon. European telcos are perceived as laggards in the innovation game -- with DT, Orange, Telefonica and Vodafone distant followers of China Mobile, NTT Docomo, Softbank and KDDI that are even ramping up their efforts to foster innovation.
What Telcos Need to Know Now
Telecommunications markets across the globe are declining. Average revenue per user (ARPU) trends continue on a downward spiral because of unlimited packages, market saturation, increased competition, drop in roaming revenues, and the demand of what customers want in terms of quality and price. ABI Research can help explore the assets telcos have to currently sell to enterprise verticals – a new revenue stream. ABI can identify the verticals and technologies that hold the most opportunity for your organization. We will give you a bigger picture of the opportunities by providing strategic guidance to make you successful with them.
What Visionaries Should Have Learned From CES 2018
If CES 2018 is anything to go by, the centers of innovation will gravitate toward the unsexy parts of the business. The supply chain, the delivery network, the workforce, the building, and the workspace will be the future hot spots for innovation rather than technology driving compelling changes to the way customers consume -- with some notable exceptions such as Voice Control, AR, and VR. Enterprise longevity will be based on its ability to technologically transform its core structure. For some companies, this business environment will represent a red ocean, for some, it will be blue. It all comes down to the organizational appetite for technology-driven transformation.
1-Minute Transformative Technology Reads
While other technology advisory firms have issued their predictions for 2018, ABI Research has taken a different approach. We have researched 20 of the most compelling transformative technologies and have identified the top three BIG trends — that go well beyond 2018! — for each of those disciplines. Each transformative technology trend will take 1 minute to read. Learn something new and unfamiliar, including how these technologies can create wide and deep business changes — from driving new revenue streams to developing new business models.
Blockchain is an emerging technology that promises to revolutionize digital transactions. However, blockchain is not well understood and confusion exists as to the different associated terms. This whitepaper aims to demystify the technology and to provide insight into potential future applications. At its core, blockchain is a public ledger technology that uses distributed consensus and cryptography to provide an authoritative record of secure transactions.
Innovation Update 1Q 2017
The first quarter of 2017 saw numerous key technological themes emerge at industry tradeshows and events, most notably at CES and MWC. While to the naked eye, there were no revolutionary leaps in any particular market, ABI Research uncovered a clear and distinct maturation of several familiar technological gambits. Most technophiles are already aware of the IoT, autonomous vehicles, robotics, 5G, VR, and AR. However, these markets are just now evolving into more mainstream concepts and sit squarely in that development stage in which organizations are seriously thinking about how they can best incorporate these technologies into their future business strategies.
Augmented and Virtual Reality: the First Wave of 5G Killer Apps
Through a collaboration with Qualcomm, this whitepaper takes a deeper look at the cross between 5G and ARVR markets. While both of these markets are nascent and evolving, it is imperative to understand not only the technical components and limitations of these technologies but also how they will synergize, enabling new technologies and reinforcing existing ones. 5G promises to bring increased network capacity, reduced latency, and stronger network uniformity; all three of these will be critical for ARVR as a whole. For this paper, four of the most promising potential ARVR use cases requiring 5G were selected and analyzed: automotive video streaming, stadium upload and download, 6 Degrees of Freedom (6DoF) video, and tactile Internet. Along with this, supporting market data, timelines, barriers and accelerators, market readiness, and more are included to provide additional insight into the space.
Update on 2015 Hot Tech Innovators
In 2015, ABI Research set out to highlight those companies that were less known than the incumbents but were also young, innovative, and looked set to transform the technological landscape in the near future. We now take a look at how those companies fared over the last year, and it is fair to say that the results are mixed.
Cloud is the Right Fit: Capturing the Immense VOD Opportunity
Video trade publications seem to be constantly writing about the launch of a new video on demand (VOD) service, and, not quite as frequently, the demise of another. It would be naïve to conclude from this that the market is flailing. In fact, the opposite is true. The market is thriving – with revenues growing about 33% year after year for the past couple of years.
Automotive Infotainment: Should OEMs and Tier Ones Rely on Third-Party Software Expertise?
Two transformative trends will continue to dominate the automotive market over the next 10 years: automation and connectivity. This latter trend has already made its mark on the automotive industry, with connected infotainment having rapidly shifted from being the preserve of premium models to shipping mass market vehicles at very affordable prices. As systems expand in capacity and geographical coverage, the market value is expected to grow to US$52.90 billion by 2020, up from US$15.34 billion in 2015.