IDC's Managed and Hosted Network Services program analyzes the market for service provider network–related offerings delivered to the enterprise. To help enterprises tackle the challenges of network complexity, service providers of all stripes are developing a variety of premise-based and off-premise networking solutions that offload responsibility from in-house staff and support more holistic approaches to network management. IDC's Managed and Hosted Network Services helps clients understand business drivers, evolving enterprise networking requirements, service provider selection criteria, and service and support requirements and analyzes what these mean for service providers and vendors that seek to develop and/or refine their go-to-market strategies.
- Cloud-based videoconferencing
- Virtualized CPE
- Cloud-based VPN services
- Enterprise buyer requirements
- Hosted IP voice
- Unified communications as a service
- Managed cloud WLAN services
- Service provider go-to-market strategies
- WAN Manager Survey: MNS Adoption and Usage
- U.S. Managed IP VPN Forecast and Analysis
- U.S. Managed Cloud Wireless LAN Forecast and Analysis
- U.S. Managed Network Services Forecast and Analysis
- Cloud-Based VPN Services Forecast and Analysis
- Network Equipment Provider MNS Strategies
- Service Provider MNS Strategies
- Unified Communications as a Service Forecast and Analysis
- U.S. Hosted IP Voice 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 preferred delivery models for managed network services?
- What business requirements are driving demand for MNS?
- How do networking, IT, applications, and "the cloud" come together in the MNS market?
- How is the managed network services ecosystem evolving?
- What are the sources of competitive differentiation in the highly competitive managed services space?
- What impact will network virtualization have on managed network services?
IDC's Managed and Hosted Network Services program examines how major service providers and network equipment vendors are positioning themselves to compete in the managed network services market. This service reviews strategies, market positioning, and the future direction of providers in the managed network services market, including:
Accenture, Alcatel-Lucent, Aruba Networks, AT&T, Avaya, BT Global Services, CenturyLink, Cisco, Citrix, Cox, CSC, Cybera, Dimension Data, Globecomm, HP, IBM Global Services, iPass, Juniper, Level 3, MASERGY, MegaPath, NTT Communications, Orange Business Services, Presidio, Sprint, Tata Communications, T-Systems, TW Telecom, Unisys, Verizon, Virtela, Windstream, and XO Communications.
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