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美國的通訊購買:消費者、商務購買模式的變化

US Telcom Buying: Changing Consumer & Business Purchase Patterns, 2014-2019

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美國的通訊購買:消費者、商務購買模式的變化 US Telcom Buying: Changing Consumer & Business Purchase Patterns, 2014-2019
出版日期: 2014年05月22日 內容資訊: 英文
簡介

通訊市場分為消費者及商務,住宅用消費者需要家庭的語音、資料及視訊服務,另一方面企業或業務需要多站語音及專用資訊服務。這數年,網際網路及新世代的終端無線存取設備,打破舊的模式,B2C(business-to-consumer)、B2B(business-to-business),及C2C(consumer-to-consumer)網域的境界變得模糊。

本報告提供美國的通訊購買模式變化的相關調查、購買態度的變化如何再形成通訊購買決策相關假設、產業上收益模式變化的評估等彙整資料,為您概述為以下內容。

第1章 摘要整理

第2章 簡介、市場概要

  • 美國的電訊產業
  • 電訊的相關利益者
  • 消費者用戶簡介、購買決策的影響因素
  • 商務用戶簡介、購買決策的影響因素
  • 市場概要
  • 相關利益者分類的簡介
    • 硬體設備供應商
    • 軟體供應商
    • 連接供應商
    • 管理服務供應商
  • 商務、消費者支出的分類法
  • 詞彙表
    • 智慧型手機
    • 多功能手機
    • 平板電腦
    • 數據卡
    • 行動電話閘道器/路由器
    • 企業交換器
    • 企業路由器
    • 應用程式商店
    • M2M
    • 行動電話技術
    • DSL
    • 電纜高速網際網路
    • 光纖高速網際網路
    • 電信級乙太網路/都會乙太網路
    • MPLS
    • 專用線路
    • 整合通訊
    • 主機代管
    • 管理託管

第3章 收益源、相關企業分析

  • 硬體設備
    • 市場概要
    • 商務-消費者的收益分析
    • 主要企業所提供的解決方案
  • 軟體
  • 連接服務
  • 管理服務

第4章 定量分析

  • 調查手法
    • 基本資料的獲得
    • 預測的建立
  • 硬體設備市場規模
    • 行動電話行動電話
    • 平板電腦
    • 行動電話數據卡
    • 行動電話路由器、閘道器
    • 行動電話交換器、路由器
  • 軟體市場規模
    • M2M應用
    • 行動裝置應用
  • 連接市場規模
    • 行動電話語音
    • 行動電話資料
    • 行動電話數據卡
    • 行動電話路由器、閘道器
    • 有線語音
    • 有線WAN
    • DSL高速網際網路
    • 光纖高速網際網路
    • 電纜高速網際網路
  • 管理服務市場規模
    • M2M服務
    • 整合通訊
    • 管理託管、主機代管
  • 用戶點數
    • 行動電話、平板電腦
    • 行動電話數據卡
    • 行動電話路由器、閘道器
    • 行動電話M2M
    • 有線
    • DSL高速網際網路
    • 光纖高速網際網路
    • 電纜高速網際網路
  • 硬體設備的盈利
    • 行動電話
    • 行動電話數據卡
    • 行動電話閘道器、路由器
    • 企業交換器、路由器
  • 軟體的盈利
    • 行動裝置應用程序開發
    • M2M平台/應用供應商
  • 連接供應商的盈利
    • 行動電話語音、資訊服務供應商
    • 有線連接供應商
    • 電纜型ISP
  • 管理服務的盈利
    • M2M服務供應商
    • 整合通訊服務供應商
    • 管理託管、合作服務供應商

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目錄

Telecom markets have traditionally been segmented along consumer & business boundaries-residential buyers needed in-home voice, data, & video services, while businesses or enterprises required multi-station voice and private data services. Over the past few years the Internet and a new generation of hand-held wireless access devices have killed the old model, blurring the boundaries between business-to-consumer (B2C), business-to-business (B2B), and consumer-to-consumer (C2C) domains. This report looks at changing buying patterns in the US and presents hypothetical scenarios for how changing buying behaviors will reshape telecom purchasing decisions. This study also provides assessments of changing industry revenue models.

Report Excerpt

US Business and Consumer Spending Patterns

After more than 100 years, the public switched telephone network (PSTN) has become obsolete-though that is not going to stop US consumers and spending on telecommunications services. This report examines the telecommunications-related spending patterns exhibited by US businesses and consumers as the carriers and their customers' transition from and gradually abandon the PSTN in favor of an all-IP (Internet protocol) network.

The US telecommunications industry is already looking ahead and is ready to capitalize on several revenue-generating opportunities from both the consumers and businesses segments

  • Hardware
  • Software
  • Connectivity
  • Managed services

Each of the four major revenue streams, in turn, is comprised of various components presented .....

Market Segmentation

Hardware Market Size

  • Business vs. Consumers
    • Cellular Mobile Phones
    • Tablets
    • Cellular Data Cards
    • Cellular Routers and Gateways
    • Switches and Routers

Software Market Size

  • Business vs. Consumers
    • M2M Applications
    • Mobile Device Applications

Connectvity Market Size

  • Business vs. Consumers
    • Cellular Voice
    • Cellular Data
    • Cellular Data Cards
    • Cellular Routers and Gateways
    • Wireline voice
    • Wireline WAN
    • DSL High-Speed Internet
    • Fiber High-Speed Internet
    • Cable High-Speed Internet

Managed Services Market Size

  • Business vs. Consumers
  • M2M services
  • Unified Communications (UC)
  • Managed Hosting and Co-location

Subscriber Counts

  • Business vs. Consumers
    • Mobile Phones and Tablets
    • Cellular Data Cards
    • Cellular Routers and Gateways
    • Cellular M2M
    • Wireline
    • DSL-High speed Internet
    • Fiber High-Speed Internet
    • Cable High-Speed Internet

Profitability of Hardware

  • Mobile phones
  • Tablets
  • Cellular Data Cards
  • Cellular Gateways and Routers
  • Enterprise Switches and Routers

Profitability of Software

  • Mobile Device Application Developers
  • M2M Platform/Application Providers

Profitability of Connectivity Providers

  • Cellular Voice and Data Service Providers
  • Wireline Voice and WAN Service Providers
  • DSL and Fiber-based ISPs
  • Cable-based ISPs

Profitability of Managed Services

  • M2M Service Providers
  • Unified Communications Service Providers
  • Managed Hosting and Collocation Providers

Table of Contents

Chapter I EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • 1.1 US Business and Consumer Spending Patterns
  • 1.2 US Telecommunications Spending in Transition
  • 1.2 Telecom Spending by Consumers and Businesses
  • 1.3 Business Spending Will Lead

Chapter II INTRODUCTION AND MARKET OVERVIEW

  • 2.1 US Telecommunications Industry
  • 2.2 Telecommunications Stakeholders
  • 2.3 Consumer User Profile and Buying Decision Influencers
  • 2.4 Business-user Profile and Buying Decision Influencers
  • 2.5 Market Overview
  • 2.6 Introduction to Stakeholder Categories
    • 2.6.1 Hardware Vendors
    • 2.6.2 Software Vendors
    • 2.6.3 Connectivity Providers
    • 2.6.4 Managed Service Providers
  • 2.7 Taxonomy of Business and Consumer Spending
  • 2.8 Anthology of Key Terms Discussed in this Report
    • 2.8.1 Smartphone
    • 2.8.2 Feature Phone
    • 2.8.3 Tablet
    • 2.8.4 Data Card
    • 2.8.5 Cellular Gateway/Router
    • 2.8.6 Enterprise Switch
    • 2.8.7 Enterprise Router
    • 2.8.8 App Store
    • 2.8.9 M2M
    • 2.8.10 Cellular Technology
    • 2.8.11 DSL
    • 2.8.12 Cable High Speed Internet
    • 2.8.13 Fiber High-Speed Internet
    • 2.8.14 Carrier Ethernet/Metro Ethernet
    • 2.8.15 MPLS
    • 2.8.16 VPN
    • 2.8.17 Private Line
    • 2.8.18 Unified Communications
    • 2.8.19 Collocation
    • 2.8.20 Managed Hosting

Chapter III ANALYSIS OF REVENUE STREAMS AND ASSOCIATED PLAYERS

  • 3.1 Hardware
    • 3.1.1 Market Overview
    • 3.1.2 Business-Consumer Revenue Breakdown
    • 3.1.3 Solutions Offered by Major Companies
  • 3.2 Software
    • 3.2.1 Market Overview
    • 3.2.2 Business-Consumer Revenue Breakdown
    • 3.2.3 Solutions Offered by Major Companies
  • 3.3 Connectivity Services
    • 3.3.1 Market Overview
    • 3.3.2 Business-Consumer Revenue Breakdown
    • 3.3.3 Solutions Offered by Major Companies
  • 3.4 Managed Services
    • 3.4.1 Market Overview
    • 3.4.2 Business-Consumer Revenue Breakdown
    • 3.4.3 Solutions Offered by Major Companies

Chapter IV QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS

  • 4.1 Research Methodology
    • 4.1.1 Acquiring Base Data
    • 4.1.2 Construction of Forecasts
  • 4.2 Hardware Market Size
    • 4.2.1 Cellular Mobile Phones
    • 4.2.2 Tablets
    • 4.2.3 Cellular Data Cards
    • 4.2.4 Cellular Routers and Gateways
    • 4.2.5 Cellular Switches and Routers
  • 4.3 Software Market Size
    • 4.3.1 M2M Applications
    • 4.3.2 Mobile Device Applications
  • 4.4 Connectivity Market Size
    • 4.4.1 Cellular Voice
    • 4.4.2 Cellular Data
    • 4.4.3 Cellular Data Cards
    • 4.4.4 Cellular Routers and Gateways
    • 4.4.5 Wireline Voice
    • 4.4.6 Wireline WAN
    • 4.4.7 DSL High-Speed Internet
    • 4.4.8 Fiber High-Speed Internet
    • 4.4.9 Cable High-Speed Internet
  • 4.5 Managed Services Market Size
    • 4.5.1 M2M Services
    • 4.5.2 Unified Communications
    • 4.5.3 Managed Hosting and Collocation
  • 4.6 Subscriber Counts
    • 4.6.1 Mobile Phones and Tablets
    • 4.6.2 Cellular Data Cards
    • 4.6.3 Cellular Routers and Gateways
    • 4.6.4 Cellular M2M
    • 4.6.5 Wireline
    • 4.6.6 DSL - High Speed Internet
    • 4.6.7 Fiber High-Speed Internet
    • 4.6.8 Cable High-Speed Internet
  • 4.7 Profitability of Hardware
    • 4.7.1 Mobile Phones
    • 4.7.2 Cellular Data Cards
    • 4.7.3 Cellular Gateways and Routers
    • 4.7.4 Enterprise Switches and Routers
  • 4.8 Profitability of Software
    • 4.8.1 Mobile Device Application Developers
    • 4.8.2 M2M Platform/Application Providers
  • 4.9 Profitability of Connectivity Providers
    • 4.9.1 Cellular Voice and Data Service Providers
    • 4.9.2 Wireline Connectivity Providers
    • 4.9.2 Cable-Based ISPs
  • 4.10 Profitability of Managed Services
    • 4.10.1 M2M Service Providers
    • 4.10.2 Unified Communications Service Providers
    • 4.10.3 Managed Hosting and Collocation Service Providers

Table of Figures

Chapter I

  • I-1 Taxonomy of US Business and Consumer Telecommunication Spending
  • I-2 Business vs. Consumer Mobile Phones Sales

Chapter II

  • II-1 Taxonomy of US business and consumer telecommunication spending

Chapter IV

  • IV-1 Business vs. Consumer Mobile Phones Sales
  • IV-2 Business vs. Consumer Mobile Phone Shipment Volumes
  • IV-3 Business vs. Consumer Sales of Tablets
  • IV-4 Business vs. Consumer Shipments of Tablets
  • IV-5 Business vs. Consumer Cellular Data Cards Sales
  • IV-6 Business vs. Consumer Cellular Data Card Shipments
  • IV-7 Business vs. Consumer Cellular Router and Gateway Sales
  • IV-8 Business vs. Consumer Shipments of Cellular Routers and Gateways
  • IV-9 Business vs. Consumer Cellular M2M Applications
  • IV-10 Business vs. Consumer Mobile Device Software Applications
  • IV-11 Business vs. Consumer Cellular Voice Market
  • IV-12 Business vs. Consumer Cellular Data Market
  • IV-13 Business vs. Consumer Cellular Data Card Connectivity Revenue
  • IV-14 Business vs. Consumer Cellular Router and Gateway Connectivity Revenue
  • IV-15 Business vs. Consumer Wireline Voice Revenue
  • IV-16 Business vs. Consumer DSL-based Internet Services Revenue
  • IV-17 Business vs. Consumer Fiber-based Internet Services Revenue
  • IV-18 Business vs. Consumer Cable-based Internet Services Revenue
  • IV-19 Business vs. Consumer Market for Cellular M2M Services
  • IV-20 Business vs. Consumer Subscribers for Cellular Mobile Phones
  • IV-21 Business vs. Consumer Cellular Data Cards
  • IV-22 Business vs. Consumer Cellular Data Router and Gateway Deployments
  • IV-23 Business vs. Consumer Cellular M2M Connections
  • IV-24 Business vs. Consumer Wireline Subscribers,
  • IV-25 Business vs. Consumer DSL-based Internet Subscribers
  • IV-26 Business vs. Consumer Fiber-based Internet Subscribers
  • IV-27 Business vs. Consumer Cable-based Internet Subscribe

Table of Tables

Chapter I

  • I-1 Consumer and Business Telecommunications Revenue Stream Breakdown
  • I-2 US Telecommunications Revenues from Consumers and Businesses
  • I-3 Business vs. Consumer Mobile Phones Sales

Chapter II

  • II-1 Consumer and Business Telecommunications Revenue Stream Breakdown
  • II-2 Telecommunications Revenues from US Consumers and Businesses
  • II-3 Breakdown of Telecommunications Revenues by US Consumer and Business Segments
  • II-4 Breakdown of Telecommunications Revenues by Revenue Streams

Chapter III

  • III-1 Telecom Hardware Sales to US Consumers & Businesses Telecom Hardware Sales by US Consumer and Business Segments
  • III-3 Telecommunication Software Sales to Consumers and Businesses
  • III-4 Breakdown of Telecommunication Software Sales by US Consumer and Business Segments
  • III-5 Telecommunications Connectivity Revenues from US Consumers and Businesses
  • III-6 Breakdown of Telecommunications Connectivity Revenues by US Consumers and Businesses
  • III-7 Telecomunications Managed Services Revenues from US Consumers and Businesses,
  • III-8 Breakdown of Telecommunications Managed Services Revenues by US Consumers and Businesses
  • III-9 Company Offering Snapshot

Chapter IV

  • IV-1 Business vs. Consumer Mobile Phones Sales
  • IV-2 Business vs. Consumer Mobile Phone Shipment Volumes
  • IV-3 Business vs. Consumer Sales of ts
  • IV-4 Business vs. Consumer Shipments of ts
  • IV-5 Business vs. Consumer Cellular Data Cards Sales
  • IV-6 Business vs. Consumer Cellular Data Card Shipments
  • IV-7 Business vs. Consumer Cellular Router and Gateway Sales
  • IV-8 Business vs. Consumer Shipments of Cellular Routers and Gateways
  • IV-9 Port Shipments and Sale Volumes of Enterprise Switches and Router
  • IV-10 Business vs. Consumer Cellular M2M Applications
  • IV-11 Business vs. Consumer Mobile Device Software Applications
  • IV-12 Business vs. Consumer Cellular Voice Market
  • IV-13 Business vs. Consumer Cellular Data Market
  • IV-14 Business vs. Consumer Cellular Data Card Connectivity Revenue105
  • IV-15 Business vs. Consumer Cellular Router and Gateway Connectivity Revenue
  • IV-16 Business vs. Consumer Wireline Voice Revenue
  • IV-17 Market for WAN Services to the US Businesses
  • IV-18 Business vs. Consumer DSL-based Internet Services Revenue
  • IV-19 Business vs. Consumer Fiber-based Internet Services Revenue
  • IV-20 Business vs. Consumer Cable-based Internet Services Revenue
  • IV-21 Business vs. Consumer Market for Cellular M2M Services
  • IV-22 UC Services to US Businesses
  • IV-23 Hosting and Collocation Services to US Businesses
  • IV-24 Business vs. Consumer Subscribers for Cellular Mobile Phones
  • IV-25 Business vs. Consumer Cellular Data Cards
  • IV-26 Business vs. Consumer Cellular Data Router and Gateway Deployments
  • IV-27 Business vs. Consumer Cellular M2M Connections
  • IV-28 Business vs. Consumer Wireline Subscribers
  • IV-29 Business vs. Consumer DSL-based Internet Subscribers
  • IV-30 Business vs. Consumer Fiber-based Internet Subscriberw
  • IV-31 Business vs. Consumer Cable-based Internet Subscribes
  • IV-32 Average Profitability Levels for Mobile Phone and t Manufacturers
  • IV-33 Average Profitability Levels for Cellular Data Card Manufacturers
  • IV-34 Average Profitability Levels for Cellular Gateway and Router Manufacturers
  • IV-35 Average Profitability Levels for Enterprise Switch and Router Manufacturers
  • IV-36 Average Profitability Levels for Mobile Device Application Providers
  • IV-37 Average Profitability Levels for M2M Platform/Application Providers
  • IV-38 Average Profitability Levels for Cellular Operators
  • IV-39 Average Profitability Levels for Wireline Voice and WAN Connectivity Providers
  • (includes Voice, WAN, DSL & Fiber-based ISPs)
  • IV-40 Average Profitability Levels for Cable-Based ISPs
  • IV-41 Average Profitability Levels for M2M Managed Service Providers
  • IV-44 Average Profitability Levels for UC Service Providers
  • IV-45 Average Profitability Levels for Hosting and Co-Location Service Providers
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