Communications Services

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communications services100.jpgThe communication services market is evolving at a remarkable rate. Rather than being characterized by a number of discrete services offered by largely non-competitive service providers, the new consumer market is being driven by increasing competition between operators and carriers who offer similar service packages.

Network operators are finding that consumers are more focused on services than they are on the technology used to deliver those services. They are becoming very sophisticated in evaluating those service offerings; for example, service bundles are no longer sufficient to satisfy many residential consumers.

  Communications Services Key 360° Issues

  • Increasing commoditization of access demands a new service-centric approach for network operators and technology vendors
  • Consumers are becoming increasingly sophisticated in their use of communication technology and their willingness to pay for such technology
  • Highly integrated service bundles that include telemetry are evolving quad play to quint play offerings

Sector Coverage

Quint Play


Operators & Service Providers

Cable MSOs
Wireless Carriers
Direct to Home

Technology Vendors

Consumer Electronics
Home Networking

Industry Covergence

Automotive & Transportation
Consumer Technologies
Electronics & Security
Transformational Health
Industrial Automation & Process Control
Measurement & Instrumentation


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Advanced Manufacturing Automation
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