Wholesale Managed Data Services Forecast: 2010-2016

Date: January 22, 2011
US$ 5,000.00
Publisher: Ovum
Report type: Strategic Report
Delivery: E-mail Delivery (PDF)
ID: WC9C45567F4EN

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Wholesale Managed Data Services Forecast: 2010-2016

This datapack forecasts the potential value of the wholesale market for a number of common managed data services. These services range from frame relay and ATM, through VPN services to international mobile messaging services. The forecast covers 50 countries across all five regions of the world.

Features and benefits
  • The forecast allows wholesale service providers to quantify the market for these services for 50 countries.
  • In addition to numerical forecasts we provide our scenarios for market development through to 2016.

Wholesale frame relay and ATM sales are declining fast over the forecast period, with very few carriers offering these services at the end of the forecast period. The combined market is estimated to be worth just $21 million in 2016.

In contrast, wholesale VPN sales are expected to grow in all regions over the forecast period. The market for wholesale MPLS VPNs will reach over $6.4 billion in 2016 and wholesale IPSec sales are expected to pass the half a billion dollar mark in 2015.

After reaching their peak in 2010, it is expected that wholesale international mobile messaging revenues will decline thereafter. This decline is aprtly due to falling prices and partly substitution effects from alternative mobile communications technologies, including instant messaging and email.

Your key questions answered
  • How will the market for wholesale managed data services evolve over the next five years?
  • What are the key global markets today and how important will major developing markets become for these service over the next five years?
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