This third edition of Juniper's market leading report provides valuable insight into the multifaceted offload value chain and delivers an in-depth appraisal of the growing demand for mobile data and offload solutions. The report once again forecasts and analyses the successful data migration models - from mobile to fixed (data offload) and from fixed to mobile (data onload), providing a clear picture for studying the impact of data traffic growth.
With 25 pages of forecasts in the report, this updated study provides projected figures and qualified findings regarding mobile data growth and the crucial alleviating role of mobile offload.
New & Updated Forecast Suite
Juniper's unique forecast suite for the mobile offload market includes the following data points:
The Interactive Forecast Excel (Ifxl) provides a suite of new country level forecasts for the following countries: Canada, US, Germany, UK, Japan, South Korea and India.
The report also provides forecasts for WiFi Chipsets Split by Technology and Region; WiFi Access Points Split by Segment & Region; and Small Cell Access Points Split by Segment and Region. Additional forecasts, split for data growth by device and application, are included within the Ifxl for the first time.
The MNO Challenge & Opportunities
This report revisits the challenges confronting MNOs and examines the strategies which are being embraced by the mobile operators and how this has changed over the past 12 months. The report also identifies a series of trends which are coming together to greatly accelerate Wi-Fi and Small Cell adoption supported by a series of case studies, demonstrating how selected MNOs have implemented offload solutions.
Detailed Investigation of the Trends in Technologies
The final chapter of this cutting-edge study sheds light on the architecture of both WiFi and Small Cell technologies, defining and clarifying the distinct advantages of deployment and on-going use. It also analyses the advancement of carrier grade Wi-Fi supported by exclusive interviews with key players including the Wi-Fi Alliance and Boingo Wireless.
New Interactive Forecast Excel with '25' What-if-analyses and '140' number of tables
Interviewed: Boingo Wireless, Devicescape, Epitiro, Ericsson, ip.access, Ixia, Kineto Wireless, Qualcomm, Ruckus Wireless, Ubee AirWalk , Ubiquisys, Wi-Fi Alliance
Profiled: Ubiquisys, Ericsson (BelAir Networks), Devicescape, ip.access, Kineto, Airvana, Stoke, Ruckus Wireless, Ubee AirWalk, Qualcomm
Case Studied: Wi-Fi Alliance, Boingo Wireless, Orange, AT&T, Vodafone, KPN, Softbank, Verizon Wireless
Mentioned: 72 Mobile Acquisition Corp, AC Restaurants, Accel Partners, Accuris Networks, ADC, ADP telecom, Advent Venture Partners, Aircel, Airvana, AirWalk Communications, Alcatel Lucent, Alta Berkeley, Amadeus Capital Partners Limited, Amdocs, Apple, Aptilo Networks, Arieso, AT&T, Atheros, Atlas Venture, August Capital, Azal Airlines, Azerfon, BBC, BDC Venture Capital, BelAir Networks, Bharti Airtel, BlackBerry, Bluetooth, Boingo Wireless, Bouygues Télécom, Bridgewater Systems, BT, Kineto, Campanile, Caufield & Byers, CEGETEL, Cellcom, China Mobile, China Unicom, Cisco, Comcast, Concourse Communications Group, DAG Ventures, DesignArt, DOCOMO, Docomo Capital Inc, DOVADO, Duchossois Technology Partners, EDC, Enterprise Partners, Ericsson, Face.com, Facebook, Federal Communications Commission, Firelake Capital, Five Continents Consulting Group, Focus Ventures, France Telecom Orange, Freescale, GigXone BelAir Networks, Google, Greenpacket, Guangxi Unicom, Hilton, Hrakto, HTC, Huawei, Integral Capital Partners, Intel Capital, Intellinet, Intellinet-tech, Interdigital, Intouch Seamless Data Offload, Investor AB, ip.access, iPass, IPR, JAFCO, JiWire, Kineto, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, KPN Netherlands, KT, La Place, LG, LG+, LLC, Marks & Spencer, McDonald's, McLean Watson Capital, MetroPCS, Mitusi & Co, MMV Financial Inc, Mobidia, Mobile Internet Capital, Mobile Venture Fund, Mosaic Telecom, Motorola, Nar Mobile, NEC, Nedelco Inc, Nissay Capital, Nokia Siemens Networks (NEC), ntel Corporation, O2, Oak Investment Partners, Ofcom, Oyster, Pacific Venture Partners, Panorama Capital, Passpoint, Perkins, Pilot House Ventures, Presidio STX, Proxim Wireless, Public Mobile, Qualcomm, Real Wireless Ltd, Reliance Technology Ventures Ltd, Rothschild, Ruckus Wireless, Sagemcom, Saguna, Samsung, Scottish Equity Partners, Seapoint Ventures, Sequoia Capital, SerComm, Sevin Rosen Funds, SFR, Shaanxi Normal University (SNNU), Sky, Small Cell Forum, Smart, SNCF, SoftBank, Starbucks, Stoke, Storm Ventures, Superdrug, Sutter Hill Ventures, Taqua LLC, Telefonica O2, Telenor Group, The 3GPP, The BBC, The Cloud, TL Ventures, T-Mobile USA, T-Mobile Venture Fund, Trilogy Equity Partners, T-Venture, Twitter, Ubee AirWalk, UMC Capital Corporation, Van Der Valk, VenGrowth Capital partners, Venrock, Venture Partners, Ventures West Management Inc, Verizon, Virgin Media, Vodafone, Waterstones, Weroam, Wi-Fi Alliance, Wilocity, Wireless Broadband Alliance, Wireless Gigabit Alliance, WK Technology Fund, Yasuda Enterprise Development, YouTube, Zain Bahrain, Zigbee, ZTE
North America, Latin America, Western Europe, Central & Eastern Europe, Far East & China, Indian Subcontinent, Rest of Asia Pacific and Africa & Middle East.