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DigiWorld Research Market Watch Service

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Yves Gassot,
CEO, IDATE DigiWorld
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How to keep up with the fast-paced changes in our industries without being buried by the avalanche of news which, every day, urges us to read about some new important disruption? On a more practical level, how to gain access to vital data, benchmarks and preliminary independent analysis to begin planning a project or considering a market?

 

Thanks to its teams of highly qualified consultants and analysts, IDATE DigiWorld is able to deliver a complete set of telecoms, Internet and media market watch services.

I hope you’ll allow me to use this month’s editorial to highlight how invaluable these services can be, taking as examples three reports on timely and crucial topics that were published by our teams this summer:

How much importance should be given to pioneer user experiences and the first LTE plans for fixed services? This report that was just published by Carole Manero ("LTE for fixed access: the next big thing ?") takes a look at the factors that make for a more credible solution after the failures of LMDS and WiMAX… but also taking into account Google’s recent announcement that it could be scaling back spending on Google Fiber projects in the US, to focus instead on wireless solutions, and the news that AT&T and Verizon do not have the national carrier status when it comes to deploying LTE or even 5G fixed wireless products, based on early trials.

Sport: live TV’s last bastion? Florence Le Borgne seeks to answer this question in her report entitled, ("Sport content: TV vs. OTT") – analysing the impact of skyrocketing TV rights resulting from competition between TV networks, competition from VoD and the Internet giants’ growing ambitions.

Should we expect an end to telecom market consolidation in Europe? In his report ("Telecom consolidation in Europe: toward new challenges?"), Christoph Pennings takes a look back at in-market mergers and acquisitions of recent years, and explores the paradigm shift created by (notably fixed-mobile) convergence deals, but also policy changes coming out of Brussels.

I could just as easily have cited several reports that are currently in the final production stages, on IoT, Industry 4.0, the new generation of LEO satellites, blockchain, FTTH rollouts around the globe… For more information about these upcoming reports, and our complete catalogue, visit the IDATE DigiWorld website, or contact our head of sales (j.george@idate.org) or the consultants listed earlier.

PS: -"Yves Stourdzé, explorateur et éclaireur des mondes à venir": Some of you may have noted that IDATE’s headquarters are located on "allée Yves Stourdzé". Yves, an academic who was appointed Director of CESTA (Centre for the Study of Advanced Systems and Technologies), was among those who believed in IDATE’s development and supported us in our early days. Following a symposium in Paris on his work, held at the Ministry of Research, I urge those of you who are French speakers to acquire the book entitled: "Yves Stourdzé, explorateur et éclaireur des mondes à venir" – providing insights into the man and analysis of his work, through contributions from 25 personalities. This same publisher (Sens & Tonka, www.sens-tonka.net) will also be soon releasing a new edition of the main works of Yves Stourdzé.

 

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