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SD-WAN has been in the news in the last few quarters .In simplified terms, an SD-WAN enables cost-efficient use of public Internet and private networks. An enterprise CIO can now configure a mix of network services easily e.g, a mix of inexpensive Internet links to achieve high-speed bandwidth for non-critical applications, while continuing to use...
03 Dec 2017 Blog post
Retention Strategies are the Need of the Hour
FBB penetration in Malaysia is very low when compared to developed nations. Unlike global participants, Malaysian broadband providers offer relatively lower speeds but at higher prices. This trend is now changing. This insight offers an overview of the Malaysian FBB market, analyzing the local competitive landscape and various market scenarios. It discusses the future status of broadband service offerings and the key trends that affect the fixed broadband market. It provides three case studies and a list of best practices and key recommendations that will help service providers to increase their competitive edge and customer retention rate. Key Findings • Fixed broadband (FBB) market penetration in Malaysia is very low, when compared to developed nations; mobile broadband (MBB) is much lower than developing countries’ average. • Most of the Malaysian broadband plans offer very low data bandwidth; however, prices are expensive when compared to service providers in mature markets. • The situation is improving; by 2018, devices and connection per capita will increase by 60% and Internet speed will almost triple. • Fixed and mobile broadband have partially overlapping but mainly complementary value propositions. • The spreading of OTT applications is one of the key trends affecting the FBB market. • Telstra, PLDT, and Verizon FiOS are taking the lead in redefining customer experience by offering integrated services and higher bandwidth plans.
Published: Sep 02 2016 Market Insights
A Compelling Business Case for Malaysia
LTE is the fastest growing mobile communication system technology. This study discusses the different LTE modes for service providers with 3 case studies: one of an LTE-FDD operator, one of an Long Term Evolution-Time Division Duplex (LTE-TDD) operator, and one of a converged LTE-FDD+TDD operator, with each elaborating various business perspectives. This study gives an overview of the LTE market in Malaysia, the competitive landscape of LTE license holders in Malaysia and some detailed technical analysis. Recommendations have also been made for service providers to cope with different market situations and the benefits of those strategies.
Published: Jul 13 2016 Market Insights
A Compelling Business Case for Telecom Service Providers
LTE is the fastest growing mobile communication system technology. This study discusses the different LTE modes for service providers with 3 case studies: one of an LTE-FDD operator, one of an Long Term Evolution-Time Division Duplex (LTE-TDD) operator, and one of a converged LTE-FDD+TDD operator, with each elaborating various business perspectives such as business overview, key challenges, customer acquisition, site acquisition, monetization, performance assessment, and so on. Recommendations have also been made for service providers to cope with different market situations and the benefits of those strategies.
Published: Jul 05 2016 Market Insights
Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) to Attract Users with Innovative Strategies as eCommerce and Internet of Things (IoT) Rev Up Growth
The Malaysian ICT market is going through a lot of changes and will gain momentum in 2016. The Malaysian government has taken special interest in developing the Internet of Things (IoT) sector, which has resulted in several market partnerships. The country’s eCommerce market is slowly but steadily increasing while its telecom sector has strong competition. Mobile Network Operators (MNO) are using innovative marketing tactics to attract new subscribers and retain existing ones. In the last year, there has been an increase in cyber attacks on Malaysian businesses; the country is now one of the top 10 global countries affected by online banking malware.
Published: Apr 08 2016 Market Insights
Cloud and Internet of Things (IOT) to Drive Fastest Growing ICT Market in Asia Pacific
Singapore's ICT market is quite mature and growth in most of the sectors has become stagnant. Internet of Things is one of the sectors which is still in the stage of infancy and has the potential to change the landscape of the overall Singapore ICT market. In the cloud and data center market, competition between local and global service providers is increasing. Moreover, there is large-scale data center (DC) build outs by both captive and outsourced data centers and the whole market is going through a phase of rapid data center construction. Singapore, which is considered one of the most connected cities globally, faces a large number of cyber security threats and these are expected to become more intense in the coming years.
Published: Mar 09 2016 Market Insights
In all the hype around Apple's new iPhone / Ipad launch a significant case got sidelined for September 9th . September 9th was also the first date of hearing where a lower court in New York   hears oral arguments in a case which may very well be regarded as a landmark case for data sovereignity and location. So what is the case about ? An americ...
10 Sep 2015 Blog post
Published: Nov 26 2014 Market Insights

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