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VoLTE服務保障:對供應商及業者而言的市場機會與課題

VoLTE Service Assurance: Opportunities and Challenges for Vendors and Operators

出版商 Analysys Mason 商品編碼 315361
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 PPT and PDF (41 slides)
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VoLTE服務保障:對供應商及業者而言的市場機會與課題 VoLTE Service Assurance: Opportunities and Challenges for Vendors and Operators
出版日期: 2014年10月02日 內容資訊: 英文 PPT and PDF (41 slides)
簡介

藉由VoLTE,業者能完全將顧客轉移到LTE,此外更可一面改善頻譜利用效率,一面加速新數據服務的利用。然而因為確保語音服務的QoS需求及VoLTE技術本身的複雜性,相信服務保障系統的投資必然是不可或缺。

本報告提供VoLTE服務保障市場相關調查,提供您投資擴大的推進因素·阻礙要素,在VoLTE的服務保證中業者所面臨的課題,VoLTE的服務保障相關各種考察,並彙整給CSP及供應商的建議,市場規模(投資額)的預測,供應商分析等資料。

摘要整理

VoLTE用服務保障支出額的擴大:透過擁有成熟的LTE覆蓋範圍之第一級業者所推動

  • SRVCC增加了網路的複雜性.服務保障系統的附加要件
  • IP probes及端到端的性能監控的支出額:預測業者將在針對IMS·VoLTE保障系統的引進及擴張中成長
  • IMS及LTE保障的支出額將在legacyCS語音衰退中成長:具有廣泛因應力的供應商將享受利益

建議

  • 建議

預測

  • VoLTE服務保障的支出額之服務保障佔整體市場佔有率預測
  • 由於地區·業者固有的特徵,無法保証積極利用VoLTE會是全球性趨勢
  • 預測歐洲·中東·非洲地區及北美地區VoLTE的COTS服務保障解決方案支出額將佔大半佔有率
  • 市場促進因素·阻礙要素

服務保障相關討論·市場機會

  • VoLTE確定會有莫大優勢但因為案例貧乏,對LTE的依存度也低因此Full scale的引進速度慢
  • 透過SRVCC技術IMS為基礎的VoLTE:在服務保障系統具有最大的影響
  • 保障供應商:VoLTE的開始前·開始後所扮演角色的變化
  • 業者為了因應對VoLTE流量監測需求的擴大,預測將擴大引進IP probes
  • 端到端的QoS保障必須形成業者的VoLTE服務保障策略之核心主題
  • 效能資料由於QoS的檢測和故障查找,而需要收集各種網路介面,以便即時賦與關聯
  • VoLTE保障的概括性方法需要檢測網羅分封交換網·線路替換網雙方的QoS
  • VoLTE服務經營管理應用由於配合CEM等主要的產業目標,具有相當重要的價值
  • 保障解決方案需要評估重複呼叫的方案,但開始初期有只提供VoLTE-to-VoLTE calls的傾向

市場環境

  • 未來LTE的連線數及行動連線佔有率將擴大
  • 默認利用VoLTE的智慧型手機用戶數的預測
  • 開始VoLTE服務的業者數和實驗中的業者數

供應商分析

關於著者/Analysys Mason

目錄

Vendors that have a diverse mix of assurance capabilities covering LTE, legacy CS voice and IMS will be well-placed to win VoLTE assurance contracts.

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Voice over LTE (VoLTE) enables operators to fully migrate customers to LTE and accelerate take-up of new data services, at the same time as improving spectral efficiency. However, the quality of service (QoS) expectations of a voice service and the inherent technology complexity of VoLTE will require investments in service assurance systems.


This report provides:

  • a 5-year forecast of the VoLTE service assurance market
  • analysis of the factors driving and inhibiting investments in VoLTE service assurance
  • challenges confronting operators in assuring VoLTE
  • detailed discussion of service assurance considerations and opportunities, including:
  • impact of VoLTE solutions on service assurance and capabilities needed
  • service assurance considerations for VoLTE solutions
  • service assurance vendors' pre- and post-launch roles in VoLTE deployments
  • voice QoS measurement techniques
  • VoLTE service management application architecture and VoLTE call scenarios
  • recommendations for communications service providers (CSPs) and suppliers
  • analysis of the business environment
  • vendor analysis for key service assurance players.

Geographical coverage

The VoLTE service assurance market forecast is split into the following four regions:

  • Asia-*Pacific (APAC)
  • Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA)
  • Latin America (LATAM)
  • North America (NA)

Company coverage

The following companies are mentioned in this report:

Network equipment providers (NEPs):

  • Alcatel-Lucent
  • Ericsson
  • Huawei
  • Nokia

Independent software vendors (ISVs):

  • Anritsu
  • Ascom
  • Astellia
  • Empirix
  • EXFO
  • Hewlett-Packard
  • IBM
  • InfoVista
  • Ixia
  • JDS Uniphase
  • Keynote SIGOS
  • Monolith Software
  • Mycom International
  • NetScout Systems
  • Nexus Telecom
  • Oracle
  • Polystar
  • RADCOM
  • Spirent Communications
  • Tektronix Communications
  • TEOCO

Table of Contents

  • 5.Executive summary
  • 6.Spending on service assurance for VoLTE will reach USD413 million by 2018, driven by Tier 1 operators with mature LTE coverage
  • 7.SRVCC introduces significant network complexity that places additional requirements on service assurance systems
  • 8.Spending on IP probes and end-to-end performance monitoring will grow as operators deploy and scale assurance systems for IMS and VoLTE
  • 9.Spending on IMS and LTE assurance will grow as that on legacy CS voice declines, so vendors with diversified capabilities in these areas will benefit
  • 10.Recommendations
  • 11.Recommendations
  • 12.Forecast
  • 13.VoLTE service assurance spending will account for 10% of the total service assurance market by 2018
  • 14.Unique regional and operator characteristics pointing to aggressive VoLTE take-up will not indicate a general worldwide trend
  • 15.EMEA and NA will account for 73% of spending on COTS service assurance solutions for VoLTE by 2018
  • 16.Market drivers and inhibitors
  • 17.Service assurance considerations and opportunities
  • 18.VoLTE promises significant benefits, but full-scale adoption will be slow because of a weak business case and dependency on LTE coverage
  • 19.IMS-based VoLTE with SRVCC technology has the greatest impact on service assurance systems
  • 20.Assurance vendors can play varying roles during the pre-launch and post-launch phases of VoLTE
  • 21.Operators will increase deployment of IP probes to cater for the increased demand for monitoring VoLTE traffic
  • 22.End-to-end QoS assurance must form the central theme of operators' VoLTE service assurance strategy
  • 23.Performance data must be collated from different network interfaces and correlated in near-real time for measuring QoS and troubleshooting
  • 24.A holistic approach to VoLTE assurance will need to measure QoS covering both packet-switched and circuit-switched networks
  • 25.A VoLTE service management application will be of significant value to operators because it will cater for key business objectives such as CEM
  • 26.Assurance solutions must consider multiple call scenarios, but initial launches are likely to offer only VoLTE-to-VoLTE calls
  • 27.Market environment
  • 28.LTE connections will increase twenty-fold from 80 million in 2012 to reach 1.60 billion in 2018, accounting for 19.7% of mobile connections
  • 29.More than 600 million smartphone users worldwide are expected to use VoLTE as their default voice service by 2018
  • 30.As of 2Q 2014, 12 operators had launched VoLTE and another 34 were in either deployment or trial phases
  • 31.Vendor analysis
  • 32.Vendor analysis methodology
  • 33.NEPs have the capabilities to strongly compete in the VoLTE service management; ISVs will be strong in the core service assurance segments
  • 34.Vendor analysis summary -* ISVs [1]
  • 35.Vendor analysis summary -* ISVs [2]
  • 36.About the author and Analysys Mason
  • 37.About the author
  • 38.About Analysys Mason
  • 39.Research from Analysys Mason
  • 40.Consulting from Analysys Mason
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