IDC's Canadian Telecom Market Drivers and Strategies service provides network service providers (NSPs) and IT vendors with executive-level insights into competitive, technological, and regulatory trends impacting the Canadian telecom services market. This service also offers unparalleled detail in sizing and forecasting market segments, insights into new opportunities, the NSP of the future, and advice based on end-user research.
Existing markets, including:
- Broadband Internet access, including cable, DSL and fixed wireless, and WiMAX
- IP convergence and WAN data services
- Wireless voice and data, including 3G/4G, WLAN, and wireless enterprise adoption
- Wireline local access and long distance
- Residential, small and medium-sized business, and enterprise markets
Emerging markets, including:
- MPLS, metro Ethernet MAN/WAN services and software-defined networks
- 4G LTE wireless
- End users' adoption of emerging services such as video, wireless data, WiFi, SIP trunks, and mobile apps including M2M
- Market segmentation based on consumer and business segments along with usage and preferences
- Sector landscape changes, technology, and regulatory trends
- Canadian Telecom Capex Spending Outlook
- Business Telecom Survey of Usage and Preference
- Who's Who: Canadian Telecom Industry Structure Guide
- Canadian Telecom Forecast and Analysis
- Segmentation by Customer and Vertical Markets
- Canadian Wireless Forecast and Analysis
In addition to the insight provided in this service, IDC may conduct research on specific topics or emerging market segments via research offerings that require additional IDC funding and client investment.
- What are the current competitive dynamics in the telecom service sector?
- How should service providers approach each market segment?
- What are the size and market share position of players in each segment?
- How are service providers leveraging IP technology, and what opportunities are emerging from IP convergence?
- What is the impact of emerging technologies on both network architecture and service delivery?
- How will the market for wireless services evolve beyond 2012?
IDC's Canadian Telecom Market Drivers and Strategies service examines how service providers and equipment vendors are positioning themselves to compete in the C$47 billion Canadian telecom services market. This service reviews the strategies, market positioning, and future direction of major providers in the market, as well as vendors selling to telecom providers, including:
Alcatel-Lucent, AT&T, Avaya, Bell Aliant Regional Communications, Bell Canada, Bragg Communications, CenturyLink, Ciena Corp., Cisco Systems, Cogeco Data, Data & Audio-Visual Enterprises Wireless (Mobilicity), EastLink, ENMAX Envision, Ericsson, Globalive (WIND Mobile), HP, Huawei, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, MTS Allstream, Nokia Siemens Networks, Persona, Primus, Public Mobile, RIM, Rogers Communications, Samsung, SaskTel, Shaw, TELUS, TeraGo Networks, Verizon, Vidéotron, Vonage, and ZTE.
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