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Our regularly updated research catalog is organized around four areas that cover 10 specific categories. Each of these provides insight into key markets through a comprehensive set of deliverables – datasets, reports and slide decks. Contact us for the complete list of publications and pricing conditions for single studies or packages.

Future Networks Telecom Strategies Media Strategies Internet Economies
Wireline Telecom Players & Markets Television & Video OTT
Connected Objects

Wireless Telecom & Over-The-Top Video Distribution & Devices
Personal Data & Advertising

Cloud & Infrastructure   Digital Entertainement  




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World OTT Markets
Dataset+Report
05/07/2016
more This yearly observatory - report and dataset- provides a comprehensive worldwide and regional/country level market value database covering all principal OTT services for the period of 2010 to 2020.
• Markets covered: Internet access and usage, search, social, mobile, video, e-commerce, communication, cloud, digital contents and online games.
• The above markets are also dissected from a business model angle, to include both paid revenues and advertising revenues from display formats including RTB
• 7 regions and 15 countries covered: World, Europe, EU5, APAC; LATAM, Middle East/Africa, North America, Brazil, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Russia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, UK, USA
• The total telco services market is also provided as a means of comparison with the OTT services market

Case studies of the principal Internet players (Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google), including their acquisition and platform strategies are looked into, whilst also looking at other major players and trends to emerge, such sharing economy players (Airbnb/Uber) and impacts on regulation, and a look at players' financials. A detailed analysis of the dynamics of each OTT market is provided, including the key players, competition levels and IDATE's perspectives and outlook.
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DigiWorld Yearbook 2016
Market report
14/06/2016
more Every year, the DigiWorld Yearbook is awaited by players for its unique summary of the digital economy and its highlighting of key trends. For the release of the 16th edition, our team will spur a debate on the possible future for the key sectors: internet, telecoms and TV!
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Mobile Payment
Market report
15/04/2016
more This report gives an overview of the mobile payment market across m-commerce and in-store channels, in both qualitative and quantitative approaches.
The latest market trends are analysed, as well as the position and evolution of the main players (card networks, Internet and IT players including giants and start-ups, as well as telcos).
Stakes and opportunities in the new landscape are also analysed, particularly in regard to value propositions for both retailers/merchants and consumers, and with omnichannel payment strategies.
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Telcos' Connected Objects Strategies
Market report
07/04/2016
more This report analyses the overriding trends and changes taking place in the five main connected object markets around the globe: automotive, healthcare, smart home, wellness and industrial Internet.
It analyses the strategies of the key worldwide telcos (China Mobile, AT&T, Verizon, Orange, Deutsche Telekom, Telefónica and Vodafone) and OTT Internet players (Google, Amazon, Apple, Samsung and Tencent) towards these markets.
It describes the main positionings of all these players and the current and expected future intensity of competition between them in these promising markets
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more The Middle East-Africa (MEA) region is a mosaic of countries with marked contrasts in terms of population, wealth, governance and economic development. Their telecom markets reflect this diversity, albeit with the shared feature of having mobile technologies as their chief purveyor of information and communication technologies (ICT). So it is only logical that the region’s Internet development will rely on mobile systems. Its future will depend on a range of factors on both the supply side (network rollouts, available services, pricing) and the demand side (buying power), as well as the actions taken by governments, investors and local businesses. Across the board, however, superfast mobile represents telecom operators’ main source of growth, and the core ingredient in the market’s expected growth over the next five years, which we forecast at 15.5 billion EUR.

This 2nd edition of the DigiWorld Yearbook devoted to Africa and the Middle East explores ins and outs of the digital economy in this up and coming region.

This new edition is published with support from DigiWorld Institute members Eutelsat, Nokia, Orange, PwC and Verizon.
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Digital Economy 2025
Market report
27/01/2016
more This report develops a perspective of where the digital economy, and in particular the telecoms and Internet sectors, might be headed over the next decade, to 2025.
The starting point of the study was to identify key trends that have clearly emerged and major uncertainties, which might push the industry to develop in one direction or another.

Four contrasting yet plausible scenarios for the digital economy industry in 2025 are developed. They are projected against a two-by-two matrix. One axis is the presence of enablers providing specialised solutions, which other companies can leverage to build their own businesses upon. The other dimension is the intensity with which personal data are being used, serving to indicate the range of services which telcos and Internet players will provide.
The report concludes by presenting quantitative projections for each scenario: Mall, Open, Automated and Trust.
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Telco video strategies
Market report
28/12/2015
more This report analyses the TV and video strategies of leading incumbent telecom operators.
Three segments are addressed, starting from the overall video business positioning and its evolution over time for each player, a presentation of actions taken in the connected TV environment in its broad sense (multiscreen, 'TV Everywhere' and OTT video moves), and finally the delivery options selected by operators are presented (telco CDN, hybrid TV solutions, managed and OTT delivery options).
We finally stand in a two-sided market where operators can, on the one hand, provide premium TV exclusivity to address high-income households to promote upselling and cross-selling options and, on the other hand, propose deepening segmentation of video services, with more personalisation, to address lower-income households and the 'new generation'.
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OTT Communication Services
Market report
16/10/2015
more This report provides an in-depth analysis of the OTT communications market, both through figures and forecasts of market value (global, EU28, APAC and US), and through strategic analyses of the major players concerned.

The VoIP market (such as Skype), the IP messaging market (such as WhatsApp), and a portion of the social networking advertising market (such as Facebook) make up the OTT communication market, and the dynamics of each of these market segments are examined.
The various business models that have appeared, and the recent trends of acquisitions in the market, are also analysed.
One of the key analyses in this report is the comparison with the telco communication market. The myth of 'OTTs taking away telco revenues' is scrutinised, together with the effectiveness of the responses available to telcos.
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OTT Regulation
Market report
06/05/2015
more Over the last decade a completely new economy has evolved based on the Internet and OTT players. While this had until recently been actively encouraged to galvanise the economy, there is now simply too much revenue involved for the players not to receive regulatory intervention.
This report looks into such OTT regulatory landscape in the key areas of net neutrality, competition, tax optimization, privacy, and copyrights; the key stakes in each area and how regulation is rolling out (or not) in various leading nations.

Main countries covered include Australia, Canada, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Netherlands, UK and USA, with India, Taiwan and New Zealand also covered depending on the topic. The European Union as a whole is also covered.
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Telcos and Digital Services Strategies
Market report
18/12/2014
more This report analyses the key opportunities in digital services for telcos, with a focus on 5 major sub-segments (M2M, cloud, video/digital content, financial services and advertising/analytics).
For each key digital market, the report identifies the market dynamics, the telco initiatives through an extensive benchmark provided as an appendix of 80 pages and the main opportunities for telcos.
The report also provides quantitative estimates and forecasts of revenues for telcos on those 5 markets and on a few other additional markets.
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Net Neutrality
Market report
07/04/2014
more This report provides an in-depth benchmark of 12 major countries regarding the Net Neutrality debate, taking into account discrimination practices, state of regulatory and political debate, stakeholders positions and provides analysis of case studies.
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Mobile LBS
Dataset+Report
31/05/2012
more Mobile LBS has now expanded from traditional maps and navigation services to social networking in the form of check-ins. For 2017 in the EU27, mobile LBS penetration of mobile subscribers will reach 35% - or 255 million users - generating revenues of 1.3 billion EUR from apps and advertising. This report provides detailed information about: the market structure, data & forecasts 2010-2017, competition structure and market trends.
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