rssmobility https://www.idc.com/rss/2807.do IDC RSS alerts Asia/Pacific (Excluding Japan and Greater China) 2020–2021 Carrier Equipment Spending Analysis and 2022–2026 Forecast https://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=AP48932922&utm_medium=rss_feed&utm_source=alert&utm_campaign=rss_syndication <P>This study analyzes the network equipment spending and total capex in the region in both fixed-line and mobile networks.</P><P>All markets in the region have already launched commercial 5G networks except for Vietnam. IDC expects the early adopters of 5G mmWave in the region will deploy the high-band spectrum for indoor/outdoor hotspots and in private network (called nonpublic networks by the 3GPP). There have been a number of trials in Australia, Malaysia, and elsewhere testing mmWave in long-distance transmission up to 10km distances.</P><P>"As coverage deployments of 5G continue and accelerate in the region, the more advanced services and network infrastructure including standalone, network slicing, uRRLC, 5G non-terrestrial networking, and multi-access edge computing (MEC) will start to emerge first for enterprises and then gradually for consumer use cases. Fixed wireless access based on 4G/5G is being deployed in areas where fiber access is not economical in both emerging and developed markets. FTTP/FTTH access and optical transport has seen robust investment growth in the region, especially in emerging markets. High-bandwidth services, such as augmented reality/virtual reality/extended reality, will start to be realized in 5G private network enterprise scenarios with the larger consumer market evolving from around 2025," says Bill Rojas, adjunct research director, IDC Asia/Pacific.</P> Market Forecast Tue, 31 Jan 2023 05:00:00 GMT Bill Rojas, Hugh Ujhazy IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Future of Operations 2023 Predictions — Asia/Pacific (Excluding Japan) Implications https://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=AP49964522&utm_medium=rss_feed&utm_source=alert&utm_campaign=rss_syndication <P>This IDC Presentation provides organizations across a wide range of industries with IDC’s top 10 predictions on the future of operations, their underlying drivers, the IT and business impact of adopting new technologies and how they will affect operations in 2023 and over a five-year horizon. Business and technology leaders can use this document for their strategic planning efforts and to ideate and create road maps for the future of their operations and for guidance on how to implement these transformation programs.</P><P>According to Rakesh Patni, associate research director, Future of Operations, at IDC, "Organizations that adopt a digital-first strategy will gain a significant competitive advantage over time and those that miss this opportunity or are slow to respond will be left behind. IDC’s future of operations framework describes how organizations can improve their decision-making processes and operational efficacy by embracing data-driven operations. Digital leaders are less hierarchical and benefit from operating from a single source of truth, obtaining deeper and more meaningful insights from their data, and using cloud-based data platforms and artificial intelligence todrive optimization throughout their operations.”</P> Tech Buyer Presentation Tue, 31 Jan 2023 05:00:00 GMT Rakesh Patni IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Manufacturing 2023 Predictions — Asia/Pacific (Excluding Japan) Implications https://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=AP48625022&utm_medium=rss_feed&utm_source=alert&utm_campaign=rss_syndication <P>This IDC Tech Buyer Presentation of an IDC FutureScape document provides the top 10 predictions for 2023, covering the manufacturing industry in Asia/Pacific (excluding Japan) (APEJ). These predictions are designed to provide decision makers of organizations with an actionable investment plan with respective highlighted technologies as viable enablers. Each prediction is presented based on timeline projection, complexity assessment, and organizational impact. This also includes insights into regional use cases and examples, as well as the regional outlook for manufacturing over the next five years.</P><P>Manufacturing organizations in APEJ remain resilient despite headwinds from geopolitical trade restrictions, supply chain disruptions, and talent shortage. Aiming on solving regional challenges, manufacturers are embarking on a digital business model, focusing on increasing efficiency, mitigating risk, and building digital resilience. Manufacturers are facing challenges over the amount and complexity of data captured from their digitized operations. As such, organizations are looking to monetize their data by investing in IT solutions to help understand and extract data insights to support decision making. Key technologies, such as Internet of Things (IoT), cloud, edge computing, 5G, artificial intelligence (AI), and cybersecurity, are critical enablers for organizations looking to develop operational excellence, business agility, and resilience.</P> Tech Buyer Presentation Tue, 31 Jan 2023 05:00:00 GMT Wai Yee Lee, Stephanie Krishnan, Yanze Du IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Retail Industry 2023 Predictions — Asia/Pacific (Excluding Japan) Implications https://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=AP49346723&utm_medium=rss_feed&utm_source=alert&utm_campaign=rss_syndication <P>This IDC study presents the top 10 predictions and key drivers for the retail industry for the next five years in Asia/Pacific (excluding Japan) (APEJ). It highlights the priorities and challenges that retail organizations in the region are facing as they try to survive and thrive in a digital-first world.</P><P>"After the pandemic, consumer behavior in the region has changed dramatically and retailers are implementing technologies that will allow them to manage these consumer expectations. There is a need to be digitally resilient and agile to pivot/sustain the changing retail environment," according to Ayush Narain, Research Manager, IDC APJ Retail Research.</P> Tech Buyer Presentation Tue, 31 Jan 2023 05:00:00 GMT Ayush Narain, Stephanie Krishnan IDC FutureScape: 全球制造业2023年预测——中国启示 https://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=CHC50032223&utm_medium=rss_feed&utm_source=alert&utm_campaign=rss_syndication <P>本报告是IDC中国根据全球制造业2023年十大预测做出的基于中国现状的制造业趋势分析,提出了供应链韧性、质量优化、5G运营、物联网及安全、多方寻源、数字化制造、企业侧AI、可持续制造、生态系统、工业元宇宙十项预测,以及每项预测对于IT方面的影响,并为技术买家提供了采用和部署这些技术的建议,可供中国企业在制定云发展战略和数字化转型策略时参考。</P> Tech Buyer Presentation Tue, 31 Jan 2023 05:00:00 GMT Yanze Du IDC FutureScape: 全球制造业2023年预测——中国启示:成功定位——技术销售和技术营销领导者的机遇 https://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=CHC50032323&utm_medium=rss_feed&utm_source=alert&utm_campaign=rss_syndication <P>本报告是同主题IDC FutureScape主文件《IDC FutureScape: 全球制造业2023年预测——中国启示》的附件,旨在为技术销售和技术营销领导者提供具体的建议。IDC中国根据全球制造业十大预测,给出了基于中国现状的制造业趋势分析,提出了供应链韧性、质量优化、5G运营、物联网及安全、多方寻源、数字化制造、企业侧AI、可持续制造、生态系统、工业元宇宙十项预测。</P><P>详细内容请参考《IDC FutureScape: 全球制造业2023年预测——中国启示》。</P> Market Presentation Tue, 31 Jan 2023 05:00:00 GMT Yanze Du IDC FutureScape:全球未来连接2023年预测——中国启示 https://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=CHC49984522&utm_medium=rss_feed&utm_source=alert&utm_campaign=rss_syndication <P>2022年,中国经济发展经历了一系列的不确定性,而数字化、智能化成为其中确定性的发展趋势。连接服务作为最基础的信息交换基础设施,是数字经济的重要载体。中国已经建成了全球最大的5G移动通信网络,家庭光宽带网络,并且在持续投资数据中心建设。良好的通信基础设施在过去加速了视频娱乐,移动支付,电子商务等产业在中国的快速发展,未来将深入到企业管理和生产中去,加速企业的数字化创新,这也是中国信息通信产业持续发展的重要驱动因素之一。</P><P>展望未来,云计算、AI、5G等为代表的数字技术正加速从技术创新走向融合应用。随着连接技术由消费领域向生产领域、由虚拟经济向实体经济延伸,以云为基础、网为核心的算力网络数字信息基础设施,正成为工业互联网、人工智能、大数据、区块链、物联网、元宇宙等新技术新应用的承载基础。</P><P>数字化转型不是一蹴而就的,“技术+业务”将会有一个长期的磨合过程。未来将是一个万物互联、万物感知的时代,连接将是消除鸿沟、释放数字价值的核心要素。IDC近日发布的《IDC FutureScape:全球未来连接2023年预测——中国启示》,将分别阐述每项预测的含义,分析其对ICT市场的影响,并提出了顺应这些技术和市场趋势发展的建议,并为企业技术提供行动指南。</P> Tech Buyer Presentation Tue, 31 Jan 2023 05:00:00 GMT Kai Cui, Yuri Cui, Lily Li IDC FutureScape:全球未来连接2023年预测——中国启示 成功定位 – 技术厂商销售领导者及营销领导者的机遇 https://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=CHC50011123&utm_medium=rss_feed&utm_source=alert&utm_campaign=rss_syndication <P>本演示文档是同一主题的《IDC FutureScape: 全球未来连接2023年预测——中国启示》的附件,为技术供应商的销售领导者和营销领导者提供了具体的行动建议。</P><P>请参阅《IDC FutureScape: 全球未来连接2023年预测——中国启示》。</P> Market Presentation Tue, 31 Jan 2023 05:00:00 GMT Kai Cui Top 5 Trends in the U.S. Mobile Services Market to Watch in 2023 https://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=US49366323&utm_medium=rss_feed&utm_source=alert&utm_campaign=rss_syndication <P>This IDC Market Perspective examines the key trends that will impact the U.S. mobile market in 2023. With the storms of disruption underway in the macroeconomic environment, U.S. mobile services providers must navigate the effects by adjusting their mobile services strategies.</P><P>"Mobile connectivity continues to be one of the highest priorities for both consumers and business users," says Sandra Wendelken, senior research analyst, Mobile and IoT Services at IDC. "U.S. mobile services providers must refine their strategies around postpaid and prepaid services, managed services private mobile networks, and the business market to address the market changes coming in 2023."</P> Market Perspective Tue, 31 Jan 2023 05:00:00 GMT Sandra Wendelken Key Trends in Warehousing to Watch for in 2023 https://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=US50052423&utm_medium=rss_feed&utm_source=alert&utm_campaign=rss_syndication <P>This IDC Perspective discusses warehousing trends that need attention in 2023. Warehousing trends in 2023 will be characterized by the growth of automation, flexible operations, migration to cloud, big data, and customer-centric operations. To accommodate the increasing demand for warehousing, there will be a push toward more automated solutions such as robotics, machine learning, and artificial intelligence. Automation will enable faster packaging and delivery, improved accuracy and efficiency, and better customer service. </P><P>Companies will be able to track and manage inventory more easily with improved supply chain visibility. Data analytics will be used to gain insights into customer behavior, inventory, and product preferences. Companies will be able to analyze data faster and make more informed decisions. This will lead to better inventory control and more efficient operations. The focus of warehouses will shift from cost cutting to customer service and satisfaction. In the future warehouses will be able to operate faster and more efficiently, with the ability to access data in real time. </P><P>"The trends listed in this IDC Perspective will combine to create a more efficient and cost-effective warehousing industry in 2023," according to Roderick Gaines, research director, Warehousing, Inventory, and Order Management at IDC.</P> IDC Perspective Mon, 30 Jan 2023 05:00:00 GMT Roderick Gaines