Market researches - 15/02/07

Publié le par Jean Arnal

A few set of market information released this week:

  • According to Strategy Analytics, the number of mobile data users would increase to about 2.5bn in 2011 (from current 1.8bn). Mobile data spending would also grow to $200bn in 2011, from current $125bn.

  • According to McAfee, the number of mobile security incidents reported increased by 500% in 2006. Of course, customer satisfaction suffered the most of the situation. No more than 1/3 of mobile operators, however, install protection, but 85% plan to increase their mobile security budgets.

  • Visto foresees that the market penetration for mobile e-mail is on the rise. It could reach 70% of mobile professionals by the end of the year, from 40% currently. Enterprise mobile e-mail accounts for only 15% of respondents, however.

  • According to In-Stat, global DTH pay-TV subscribers are expected to reach over 117m in 2010, and generate $88bn in revenues. Most rapid growth is to come from Asia.

  • Isuppli forecasts that mobile subscriber growth would decelerate in 2007 to about 13%, 10% in 2008, 7% in 2009 and less than 6% in 2010.

  • According to Canalys, 64m smartphones were delivered in 2006.

  • Analysys predicts that more than half of all voice traffic in Western Europe could originate on mobile phones by the end of 2008.

  • OSS Observer reports that IBM is the worldwide leader in the telecom software revenue for Fault and Event Management for operations support systems (OSS), ahead of HP and Telcordia. Observer forecasts that fault and event management revenue will grow from $600m in 2006 to $850m in 2011, a CAGR of 7%.

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