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網路編配及管理系統的全球市場預測 2015-2019年

Network Orchestration and Management Systems: Worldwide Forecast 2017-2021

出版商 Analysys Mason 商品編碼 345544
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 63 Slides
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網路編配及管理系統的全球市場預測 2015-2019年 Network Orchestration and Management Systems: Worldwide Forecast 2017-2021
出版日期: 2017年08月23日 內容資訊: 英文 63 Slides
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全球網路編配及管理系統 (NOMS) 收益,2014年成長2%之後,預計以年複合成長率2.6%的成長,從2014年的47億美元擴大到2019年的53億美元。NOMS的長期成長,是由vNGN-NMS編配及虛擬化網路管理用控制平台所帶來。

本報告以全球網路編配及管理系統 (NOMS) 市場為主題,提供4個NMS各子市場區隔 (行動,PSTN,商務及住宅用寬頻) 及虛擬網路網路經營管理,構成控制及編配系統的vNGN-NMS子區隔的支出預測,NOMS影響市場的主要趨勢&要素的摘要,今後5年的NOMS市場上主要促進市場成長的要素&阻礙要素分析,對CSP、供應商的建議,新興技術的影響與虛擬化的機會,及促進NOMS成長的CSP的商務環境分析等相關資料彙整。

摘要整理

建議

預測

市場成長的促進要素&阻礙要素

商業環境

市場定義

著者及ANALYSYS MASON

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目錄

"Spending on network orchestration and management products and services will grow to USD11.6 billion in 2021 propelled by NFV/SDN orchestration and control."

Traditional network management systems (NMS) spending growth has slowed to a CAGR of 1.5% (2016-2021), sustained by CSPs' investments in fixed networks, new IoT/M2M networks, and element management systems (EMS) used to manage VNFs. Network orchestration and software-defined network (SDN) control spending will grow quickly to surpass USD1 billion by 2019; with VIM growing to about half that figure in 2019.

THIS FORECAST REPORT PROVIDES:

  • a detailed, 5-year worldwide forecast for spending in the network orchestration and management software systems market, split into:
    • traditional NMS sub-segments: consumer mobile, consumer fixed, business mobile, and business fixed
    • virtual next-generation NMS (vNGN-NMS) network management and orchestration (NOM) sub-segments: network orchestration (NO), SDN controllers (SDN-C) and virtual infrastructure management (VIM)
    • two delivery types: product-related and professional services
    • eight geographical regions: Central and Eastern Europe (CEE); developed Asia-Pacific (DVAP), emerging Asia-Pacific (EMAP); Latin America (LATAM); the Middle East and North Africa (MENA); North America (NA); Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) and Western Europe (WE).
  • an examination of key market drivers and inhibitors, and how they will change during the forecast period
  • analysis of the business environment and regional dynamics that will influence the network orchestration and management software systems market
  • a detailed market definition
  • recommendations for CSPs and vendors.

ABOUT THE AUTHORS

Gorkem Yigit (Analyst) is the lead analyst for the Service Delivery Platforms programme and a contributor to the Software-Controlled Networking and Network Orchestration programmes, focusing on producing market share, forecast and research collateral. He started his career in the telecoms industry with a graduate role at a leading telecoms operator, before joining Analysys Mason in late 2013. He has published research on NFV/SDN services business cases, identity management in the digital economy, and has been a key part of major consulting projects including Telco Cloud Index and IPTV/OTT procurement. He holds a cum laude MSc degree in Economics and Management of Innovation and Technology from Bocconi University (Milan, Italy).

Dana Cooperson (Research Director) is the research director for Analysys Mason's network-focused software research programmes. Her area of expertise is intelligent fixed and mobile network infrastructure. Her goal is to help customers strengthen their link in the communications value chain while evolving their business operations to benefit from, rather than be threatened by, shifts in the market. The key network infrastructure trends Dana focuses on include the integration of communications and IT assets and the drive towards software-controlled, virtual networking.

Caroline Chappell (Principal Analyst) is the lead analyst for Analysys Mason's Software-Controlled Networking research programme. Her research focuses on service provider adoption of cloud and the application of cloud technologies to fixed and mobile networks. She is a leading exponent of SDN and NFV and the potential that these technologies have to enhance business agility and enable new revenue opportunities for service providers. Caroline investigates key cloud and network virtualisation challenges, and helps telecoms customers to devise strategies that mitigate the disruptive effects of cloud and support a smooth transition to the era of software-controlled networks. Caroline has over 25 years' experience as a telecoms analyst and consultant.

ABOUT THE AUTHORS:

Gorkem Yigit (Analyst) is the lead analyst for the Service Delivery Platforms programme and a contributor to the Software-Controlled Networking and Network Orchestration programmes, focusing on producing market share, forecast and research collateral. He started his career in the telecoms industry with a graduate role at a leading telecoms operator, before joining Analysys Mason in late 2013. He has published research on NFV/SDN services business cases, identity management in the digital economy, and has been a key part of major consulting projects including Telco Cloud Index and IPTV/OTT procurement. He holds a cum laude MSc degree in Economics and Management of Innovation and Technology from Bocconi University (Milan, Italy).

Caroline Chappell (Principal Analyst) is the lead analyst for Analysys Mason's Software-Controlled Networking research programme. Her research focuses on service provider adoption of cloud and the application of cloud technologies to fixed and mobile networks. She is a leading exponent of SDN and NFV and the potential that these technologies have to enhance business agility and enable new revenue opportunities for service providers. Caroline investigates key cloud and network virtualisation challenges, and helps telecoms customers to devisestrategies that mitigate the disruptive effects of cloud and support a smooth transition to the era of software-controlled networks. Caroline has over 25 years' experience as a telecoms analyst and consultant.

Dana Cooperson is the research director for Analysys Mason's network-focused Software Research programmes. Her area of expertise is intelligent fixed and mobile network infrastructure. Her goal is to help customers strengthen their link in the communications value chain while evolving their business operations to benefit from, rather than be threatened by, shifts in the market. The key network infrastructure trends Dana focuses on include the integration of communications and IT assets and the drive towards software-controlled, virtual networking.

Prior to joining Analysys Mason, Dana worked for 16 years as an analyst, consultant and research manager at RHK and Ovum.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
  • RECOMMENDATIONS
  • NMS FORECAST
  • vNGN-NMS NOM FORECAST
  • MARKET DRIVERS AND INHIBITORS
  • BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT
  • MARKET DEFINITION
  • ABOUT THEAUTHORS AND ANALYSYS MASON
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