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Global Connected Home Market 2013-2018: Smart Appliances, DLNA & 3-Screen Strategy

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In an increasingly saturated market place operators continually struggle to find new revenue streams. The connected home offers the potential for new revenue streams, as operators partnered with content providers and OEMs can capitalise on the unique opportunities offered by an emerging ecosystem of smart devices.

For operators the connected home can turn all households into high ARPU households. For content providers the connected home will provide a surge in demand for commercial content. Overall, the connected home's interoperability allows content and services to be delivered to ultimately more end-points, thus increasing revenue opportunities for both content and service providers.

While the connected home comes in various guises, our research shows that many consumers are already utilising many smart devices and services for low-level smart home functionality. Building on a foundation of consumer interest ecosystem members and new market entrants must act swiftly in order to stake a claim in a market which will be worth $101 billion in 2013.

What makes this report unique?

An array of primary and secondary sources has informed the findings of our report. These findings have been placed in global and regional context, highlighting market trends and strategic opportunities in each. The report identifies and examines key players in a market poised for substantial growth. Our forecasts are informed by the performance of parallel markets and leading vendors, Visiongain consulted widely with industry experts and full transcripts from an exclusive interview with DLNA and Broadcom Corporation are included in the report.

As such, our reports have a unique blend of primary and secondary sources providing informed analysis. This methodology allows insight into the key drivers and restraints behind market dynamics and competitive developments, as well as identifying the technological issues. The report therefore presents an ideal balance of qualitative analysis combined with extensive quantitative data including global, submarket and regional markets forecasts from 2013-2018 - all identifying strategic business opportunities.

Why you should buy Global Connected Home Market 2013-2018: Smart Appliances, DLNA & 3-Screen Strategy

- The report comprises 131 pages

• Stay ahead by studying highly quantitative content that delivers solid conclusions benefiting your research and analysis

- 83 tables, charts, and graphs quantifying and forecasting the connected homes market

• Read an exclusive expert opinion interview from an industry specialist informing the analysis

- DLNA and Broadcom Corporation

• View global connected home revenue forecasts from 2013-2018 to keep your knowledge one step ahead of the competition

- The report provides an analytical overview with detailed sales projections and analysis of the market, the competitors, and the commercial drivers and restraints.

• Keep informed about the potential for each of the 4 connected home submarkets with revenue forecasts from 2013-2018

- Home Health Services

- Home Energy Management Services

- Media Equipment and Management Services

- Home Monitoring Control and Automation

• Learn about the opportunities in 5 connected home regions with revenue forecasts between 2013-2018

- North America

- Europe

- Latin America

- Middle East & Africa

- Asia Pacific

• Receive supporting market forecasts between 2013-2018 which support our connected homes forecasts

- Mobile Data Traffic

- Smart TV

- Smartphones

- Tablets

- DLNA Certified Devices

- Smart Meters

• Understand the competitive landscape with profiles of 5 leading connected home companies examining their positioning, products, services, focus, corporate strategies and outlook.

- Samsung

- Microsoft

- Cisco

- Verizon

- Entropic Communications

• Discover the qualitative analysis informing the market forecasts

- SWOT analysis of competitive factors: strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats revealing what drives and restrains the connected home market and the prospects for established companies and new market entrants.

How the Global Connected Home Market 2013-2018: Smart Appliances, DLNA & 3-Screen Strategy report can benefit you

If you buy our report today your knowledge will stay one step ahead of your competitors. Discover how our report could benefit your research, analyses and strategic decisions, saving you time. To gain an understanding of how to tap into the potential of this market and keep one step ahead of the competition you must order now our report Global Connected Home Market 2013-2018: Smart Appliances, DLNA & 3-Screen Strategy

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Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary 1.1 Technology Convergence Essential for Connected Home Success1.2 Life Cycle Stage about to Enter Rapid Growth Phase1.3 The Value Proposition - Everyone to Benefit from the Connected Home1.4 Is the Connected Home an Inevitability?1.5 Benefits of This Report 1.6 Who is This Report For? 1.7 Methodology1.8 Global Connected Home Revenue Forecast Summary 2013-20181.9 Connected Home Submarket Revenue Forecast Summary 2013-2018 1.10 Regional Connected Home Revenue Forecast Summary 2013-2018

2. Introduction to the Connected Home Market

2.1 Connected Home Market Structure Overview

2.2 Connected Home Market Definition

2.3 Current Connected Home Market 2013

2.4 The Three Screen Strategy

2.5 The Evolution of Connected Homes

2.6 Why Operators Need the Connected Home

2.7 The Connected Home Infographic

3. Global Connected Home Forecasts 2013 - 2018 3.1 Global Total Revenues from Connected Homes Services and Devices 2013-20183.2 Global Connected Home Market Share Forecast by Submarket Type 2013-20183.3 Global Revenues from Connected Homes Health Services 2013-20183.4 Global Revenues from Connected Home Energy Management Services 2013-20183.5 Global Revenues from Connected Home Media Equipment and Media Management Services 2013-20183.6 Global Revenues from Connected Home Monitoring, Home Control and Home Automation 2013-20183.7 The Operators Place in the Connected Homes Value Chain3.8 Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast by Type 2013-20183.9 Forecasts of Device Sales for the 3 Screen Strategy 2013-20183.9.1 Global Smart TV S Sales Forecast 2013-20183.9.2 Global Tablet Sales Forecast 2013-20183.9.3 Global Smartphone Sales Forecast 2013-20183.10 Global Smart Meter Installation Forecast 2013-20183.11 Global DLNA Certified Device Shipment Forecast 2013-2018

4. Regional Connected Home Forecasts 2013-2018

4.1 European Connected Home Market 2013-2018

4.1.1 Securitas Alert Services France and Intamac Create new Connected Home Service

4.1.2 European Connected Home Revenues $29.3bn in 2013

4.2 North American Connected Home Market 2013-2018

4.2.1 Verizon's Connected Home Monitoring and Control System Offering

4.2.2 North American Connected Home Revenues 2013-2018

4.3 Latin American Connected Home Market 2013-2018

4.3.1 Is Motorola Positioned to Triumph in the Latin American Connected Home Market?

4.3.2 Latin American Connected Home Revenues to Grow at 30% CAGR

4.4 Asia Pacific Connected Home Market 2013-2018

4.4.1 Panasonic Utilise Cloud for Asia Pacific Connected Home Market

4.4.2 Asia Pacific Connected Home Revenues Forecast to Grow from 2013-2018

4.5 Middle East and African Connected Home Market 2013-2018

4.5.1 Is Dubai Leading in Connected Home Uptake?

4.5.2 Middle East and African Connected Home Revenues 2013-2018

4.6 Regional Connected Home Revenues as Market Share Summary 2013-2018

5. Leading Companies in the Connected Home Market5.1 The Operator - Verizon5.1.1 Verizon at Connections5.1.2 Operators Monetizing the Connected Home5.2 The OEM - Samsung5.2.1 Samsung's AllShare Play - Fostering the Connected Home 5.2.2 Samsung Leading in the Smart TV Space5.2.3 Analysis of Samsung's Smart TV Offering 5.2.4 Samsung Smart TV Forecasts 2013-20185.2.5 Samsung Smart Appliance Offerings5.2.6 How Samsung Monetizes the Smart Appliance 5.2.7 Samsung's LTE and 4G Strategies for the Connected Home 5.3 Home Networking - Cisco's Connected Home Offerings5.3.1 Cisco Personal Content Sharing5.3.2 Cisco Session Shifting5.3.3 Cisco's Whole Home DVR5.4 Microsoft's Connected Home Offerings5.4.1 Operating Systems - Microsoft and HomeOS5.4.2 Microsoft's SmartGlass - Linking Devices Together5.4.3 Analysis of Microsoft's SmartGlass - Using Software to sell Hardware5.5 Entropic Communications - Pure Play Connected Home Company5.6 Vodafone and IBM - Connected Home Alliances5.7 Panasonic - Smart Concepts in Energy Management5.7.1 Panasonic - Fujisawa Sustainable Smart Town

6. Connected Home Standards, Regulations and Device Categories

6.1 Why Must the Connected Home Be Standardised?

6.2 Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA)

6.3 Analysis of DLNA Members

6.4 Analysis of Internet Service Provider Involvement with the DLNA

6.5 DLNA Roadmap New Guidelines and Additional Devices

6.6 Enabling Technologies for the Connected Home

6.6.1 DLNA Architecture

6.6.2 Transparent Connectivity between Devices inside the Connected Home

6.6.3 Unified Approach for Device Discovery, Configuration and Control

6.6.4 Interoperable Media Formats and Streaming Protocols

6.6.5 Interoperable Media Management and Control

6.6.6 Compatible Quality of Service Mechanisms

6.6.7 Compatible Authentication and Authorization Mechanisms for Users and Devices

6.7 Key Technology Components for the Connected Home

6.7.1 Networking and Connectivity - IPv6 Concerns

6.7.2 Device and Service Discovery and Control

6.7.3 Media Format and Transport Model

6.8 Transfer Scenarios in the Connected Home

6.9 Media Management, Distribution and Control

7. Expert Opinion- Interview with DLNA and Broadcom Corporation 7.1 DLNA History - Development of Connected Home Ecosystem7.2 Can the Cloud be Leveraged for Connected Home Services? 7.3 What are the Opportunities for Mobile Network Operators?7.4 Do Competing Parties in the Connected Home Value Chain Need to Work Together?7.5 What is the The Future of Home Entertainment?7.6 What are the Critical Factors in Creating a Compelling User Experience?7.7 Connected Home Lifecycle Stage7.8 Key Regions for Connected Home Adoption 7.9 Connected Home Impact - Device Cannibalization? 7.10 The Tablet's Role in the Connected Home 7.11 Home Networking from Vendor and Service Provider Perspectives7.12 Connected Devices and the Importance of Operating Systems7.13 Service Provider Product Portfolios7.14 What are the Opportunities for App Developers?

8. SWOT Analysis of the Connected Homes Market 2013-2018

9. Conclusions 9.1 Connected Home Market Outlook 9.2 Recommendations for Ecosystem Members 9.3 What do Consumers Want from the Connected Home? 9.4 Recommendations for App Developer Entry to the Connected Homes Space9.5 Are Compelling Products the Key to Connected Home Uptake?9.6 Value Proposition for Consumers9.7 Value Proposition for Operators9.8 Value Proposition for OEMs9.9 Recommendations to Maintain and Extend the Value Proposition9.10 Global Connected Home Revenue Forecast Summary 2013-20189.11 Connected Home Submarket Revenue Forecast Summary 2013-2018 9.12 Regional Connected Home Revenue Forecast Summary 2013-2018

10. Glossary

List of Charts

Chart 3.1: Global Total Revenues from Connected Homes Services and Devices 2013-2018 ($ Billions, AGR %)Chart 3.3: Global Connected Home Market Share Forecast by Submarket Type 2013-2018 (%)Chart 3.5: Global Revenues from Connected Home Health Services 2013-2018 ($ Billions, AGR %)Chart 3.7: Global Revenues from Connected Home Energy Management Services 2013-2018 (Billion, AGR %)Chart 3.9: Global Revenues from Connected Home Media Equipment and Media Management Services 2013-2018 (Billions, AGR %)Chart 3.11: Global Revenue Forecast from Connected Home Monitoring, Home Control and Home Automation 2013-2018 (Billions, AGR %)Chart 3.13: Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast by Type, 2012-2017 (Million Exabytes per month)Chart 3.15: Global Smart TV Sales Forecast 2013-2018 (Millions, AGR %)Chart 3.17: Global Tablet Sales Forecast 2013-2018 (Millions, AGR %)Chart 3.19: Global Smartphone Sales Forecast 2013-2018 (Billions, AGR %)Chart 3.21: Global Smart Meter Installation Forecast 2013-2018 (Millions, AGR %)Chart 3.23: Global DLNA Certified Device Shipment Forecast 2013-2018 (Millions, AGR %)Chart 4.1: Regional Connected Home Revenue Forecast 2013-2018 (Billions) Chart 4.3: European Connected Home Revenue Forecast 2013-2018 (Billions AGR %)Chart 4.6: North American Connected Home Revenue Forecast 2013-2018 (Billions, AGR %)Chart 4.9: Latin American Connected Home Revenue Forecast 2013-2018 (Billions, AGR %)Chart 4.12: Asia Pacific Connected Home Revenue Forecast 2013-2018 (Billions, AGR %)Chart 4.14: Middle East and African Connected Home Revenue Forecast 2013-2018 (Billions, AGR %) Chart 4.16: Regional Connected Home Revenues as Market Share Summary 2013-2018 (%)Chart 5.2: North American Pay TV Customers with Access to TV Everywhere 2013 (%)Chart 5.3: Global Broadband Subscribers Use of TV and PC for Watching Internet Video Chart 5.4: Global Broadband Subscribers Use of MIDs and Tablets for Internet Videos (%)Chart 5.7: Global Samsung Smart TV Sales Forecast 2013-2018 (Millions, AGR %)Chart 6.6: Global Top 10 ISPs by Subscribers Q1 2013 (Millions)

List of Tables

Table 1.1: Global Connected Home Revenue Forecast Summary 2013, 2015, 2018 (Billions, CAGR %)

Table 1.2 Connected Home Submarket Revenue Forecasts Summary 2013, 2015, 2018 ($bn, CAGR %)

Table 1.3 Regional Connected Home Revenue Forecasts Summary 2013, 2015, 2018 ($bn, CAGR %)

Table 3.2: Global Total Revenues from Connected Homes Services and Devices 2013-2018 ($ Billions, AGR %, CAGR %)

Table 3.4: Global Connected Home Market Share Forecast by Submarket Type 2013-2018 (%)

Table 3.6: Global Revenues from Connected Home Health Services 2013-2018 ($ Billions, AGR %, CAGR %)

Table 3.8: Global Revenues from Connected Home Energy Management Services 2013-2018 (Billion, AGR %, CAGR %)

Table 3.10: Global Revenues from Connected Home Media Equipment and Media Management Services 2013-2018 (Billions, AGR %, CAGR %)

Table 3.12: Global Revenue Forecast from Connected Home Monitoring, Home Control and Home Automation 2013-2018 (Billions, AGR %, CAGR %)

Table 3.14: Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast by Type, 2013-2018 (Million exabytes/month)

Table 3.16: Global Smart TV Sales Forecast 2013-2018 (Millions, AGR %, CAGR %)

Table 3.18: Global Tablet Sales Forecast 2013-2018 (Millions, AGR %, CAGR %)

Table 3.20: Global Smartphone Sales Forecast 2013-2018 (Billions, AGR %, CAGR %)

Table 3.22: Global Smart Meter Installation Forecast 2013-2018 (Millions, AGR %, CAGR %)

Table 3.24: Global DLNA Certified Device Shipment Forecast 2013-2018 (Millions, AGR %, CAGR %)

Table 4.2: Regional Connected Home Revenue Forecast 2013-2018 (Billions, AGR %, CAGR %)

Table 4.4: European Connected Home Revenue Forecast 2013-2018 (Billions AGR %, CAGR %)

Table 4.5: Verizon's Connected Home Offering (Entry Level, Second Level, Third Level)

Table 4.7: North American Connected Home Revenue Forecast 2013-2018 (Billions, AGR %, CAGR %)

Table 4.8: Motorola Home Cable TV and Video Solutions

Table 4.10: Latin American Connected Home Revenue Forecast 2013-2018 (Billions, AGR %, CAGR %)

Table 4.11: Panasonic Smart Home Appliance Offerings

Table 4.13: Asia Pacific Connected Home Revenue Forecast 2013-2018 (Billions, AGR %, CAGR %)

Table 4.15: Middle East and African Connected Home Revenue Forecast 2013-2018 (Billions, AGR %, CAGR %)

Table 4.17: Regional Connected Home Revenues as Market Share Summary 2013-2018 (%)

Table 5.1: Verizon Company Information (Revenue, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)

Table 5.5: Samsung Company Information (Revenue, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)

Table 5.6: Analysis of Samsung Smart TV Strategy and Offering

Table 5.9: Global Samsung Smart TV Sales Forecast 2013-2018 (Millions, AGR %, CAGR %)

Table 5.9: Global LTE Roll Out Schedule (Country, Operator, Launch Date)

Table 5.10: Cisco Company Information (Revenue, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)

Table 5.11: Cisco's Personal Content Sharing Product Portfolio

Table 5.12: Cisco's Session Shifting Product Portfolio

Table 5.13: Cisco's Whole Home DVR Product Portfolio

Table 5.14: Microsoft Company Information (Revenues, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)

Table 5.15: Entropic Communications Company Information (Revenue, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)

Table 5.16: Entropic Communications Product and Service Portfolio

Table 5.17: Vodafone Company Information (Revenue, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)

Table 5.18: IBM Company Information (Revenue, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)

Table 5.19: Panasonic Company Information (Revenues, HQ, Ticker, Contact, Website)

Table 5.20: Fujisawa Sustainable Smart Town Services

Table 6.1: DLNA Home Network Device Categories

Table 6.2: Mobile Handheld Device Categories

Table 6.3: Home Infrastructure Device Categories

Table 6.4: DLNA Promoter Members

Table 6.5: DLNA Member Companies

Table 6.7: Global Top 10 ISPs by Subscribers Q1 2013 (Millions)

Table 6.8: DLNA Media formats for Home Devices

Table 6.9: DLNA Media formats for Mobile/Handheld Devices

Table 6.10: Media Server and Media Renderer Services

Table 8.1: Connected Home SWOT Analysis 2013-2018

Table 9.1: Key Home Technology Areas

Table 9.2: Consumer Needs for Connected Home Equipment

Table 9.3: Global Connected Home Revenue Forecast 2013, 2015, 2018 (Billions, CAGR %)

Table 9.4: Connected Home Submarket Forecasts Summary 2013, 2015, 2018 ($bn, CAGR %)

Table 9.5 Regional Connected Home Revenue Forecasts Summary 2013, 2015, 2018 ($bn, CAGR %)

List of Figures

Figure 2.1: Global Connected Home Market Structure OverviewFigure 2.2: Three Screen Strategy InfographicFigure 2.3: The Connected Home Infographic 2013

Companies Listed

3

3 Denmark

3 Italia

3 UK

8ta

A1 Telekom

Access

Acer Incorporated

Actions Microelectronics Co., Ltd

Actiontec Electronics Inc

Advanced Digital Broadcast SA

Agri-Valley Broadband

Aircell

Airties Wireless Network

AIS

Al Madar

Alaska Communications

Alcatel-Lucent

Alco Digital Devices Limited

Algar Telecom

Allegro Software Development Corporation

Allion Labs, Inc.

AllWinner Technology Co., Ltd.

Alpha Networks, Inc.

Alpha Systems, Inc.

Alpine Electronics, Inc.

Altec Lansing Australia PTY LTD

Alticast Corporation

Amlogic, Inc.

Andorra Telecom

Antel

Appalachian Wireless

Apple

ARCELIK A.S. ELEKTRONIK ISLETMESI

ArcSoft, Inc.

Aricent

Arkuda Digital LLC

ARM Ltd.

Armentel

Arqiva

ARRIS Group

Asiaspace

Askey Computer Corp.

ASUSTek Computer Inc.

AT&T

AT&T Mobility

Augere

Avea

Awox

Bakrie Telecom

Bang & Olufsen

Base Telecom

Batelco

Baustem Information Technologies Co., Ltd.

Bayan Telecommunications

BayRICS

Beeline

Belgacome

Belkin Corporation

Bell Mobility

BenQ Corporation

BeST (life)

BGH S.A.

Bharti Airtel

Bite

Bluegrass Cellular

Bose Corporation

BOUYGUES Telecom

British Broadcasting Corporation

British Sky Broadcasting Ltd.

Broadcom

BSNL

BT

BTC

Buffalo Inc.

C Spire Wireless

CableLabs

Cal-Comp Electronics & Communications Company Limited

Cameo Communications, Inc.

Canon Inc.

Carolina West Wireless

Casio Computer Co., Ltd.

Cavium Inc.

Celcom

Cell C

Cellcom

Cellular South

CenturyLink

CenturyTel

Ceton Corp.

CEWIT Korea

Chariton Valley Comms

Charter Communications

China Mobile

China Telecom

China Unicom

Chunghwa Telecom

Cinemo GmbH

Cisco

Claro

Clear Mobitel

CLEAR mobyl

Clearwire

Cogeco

Comcast

Commnet Wireless

Compal Electronics Inc.

Conax AS

Convergence Technologies

Cosmote

Cox Communications

Cross Telephone

CSC Holdings, LLC

CSL Limited

CSR

Custer Telephone

Cyberlink Corp.

D&M Holdings Inc.

Dedicado

Dell Inc.

Delta Networks, INC.

Deutsche Telekom

Dialog Axiata

DiGi

DigiOn, Inc.

DIRECTV

Discretix Technologies Ltd.

Dish Network

D-Link Systems, Inc.

DNA

Dolby

DPC/AIS

Dream Multimedia GmbH

DTS

Du

Dwango Co. Ltd.

E Plus

Eastech Electronics Inc.

EchoStar Technologies LLC

E-HOME Automation

Elgato Systems GmbH

Elisa

EMC

Emobile

EMT

Energy Australia Ausgrid

Entel Movil

Entel PCS

Entropic Communications, Inc.

Epicurious

ERA/T Mobile

Ericsson

Espial Group Inc.

Etex Telephone Co-op

Etisalat

ETRI

Everything Everywhere

Fitel

Foster Electric Company

FPT Telecom

France Telecom

Fraunhofer IIS

Frontier Silicon, Ltd.

Fujitsu Limited

Funai Electric Co., Ltd.

Fuzhou Rockchip Electronics Co., Ltd.

Glo Mobile

Global Mobile

Globe

Good Mind Industries Co., Ltd.

Google

Guangdong Hybroad Vision Electronic Technology Corporation

Guangdong OPPO Mobile Telecommunications Corp., Ltd.

H3G

Haier Group

Hansong Technology Ltd.

Harman International Industries, Inc.

Heartland Data Co., Inc.

Hisense Electric Co., Ltd.

Hitachi, Ltd.

Hitron Technologies

HP

HTC

Huawei

Humax Co., Ltd.

Hutchison 3

HYUNDAI Digital Technology Co., Ltd.

IBM

ICE

iCube Corp.

iLook Corporation

Imagination Technologies Ltd.

Indosat

Inkel Corporation

Intamac Systems Limited

Intel Corporation

I-O Data Device, Inc.

Irdeto Corp.

IT Access Co., Ltd.

iWedia SA

Jabil Circuit

Japan Cable Laboratories

JetHead Development, Inc.

JVC KENWOOD Corporation

KAONMEDIA Co., Ltd.

Kathrein-Werke KG

Kcell

KDDI Corporation

Kordia

Korea Electronics Technology Institute

KPN Base

KT

Kyocera Corporation

LaCie

Lattelecom

Leap Wireless

Lenovo Pte. Ltd.

LG Electronics

LG U+

Liberty Global

LightSquared

LITE-ON IT Corporation

LMT

Loewe Opta GmbH

Logitech Inc.

M1

Magticom

Marvell International Ltd.

Maspro Denkoh Corp.

Maxis

MediaTek Inc.

Megafon

Meizu Technology Co., Ltd

MetroPCS

Microsoft

Microsoft Research

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation

Mitsumi Electric Co., Ltd.

Mobikom Austria

Mobily

Mobinil

Mobistar

Mobitel

Mobyland and CentreNet

Moldcell

Monaco Telecom

Morega Systems Inc

Mosaic Telecom

Motorola

Movicel

Movistar

MphasiS Limited

MStar Semiconductor, Inc.

MTC

M-Tel

MTN

MTNL

MTS

MTS Allstream

MTS-Ukraine

Myriad Group

NAD Electronics International

Nagravision SA

NBN Co

Ncell

NDS

NEC Corporation

Nero AG

Netgear Corporation

Neusoft Corporation

Nikon Corporation

Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp.

Niveus Media, Inc.

Nokia

Northwest Cell

Novatek Microelectronics Corp

Novatel Wireless, Inc.

NTT DoCoMo

Nvidia

O2

O2 Secure Wireless

OAO Voentelecom

Oi

Oki Electric Industry Co., Ltd.

Olympus Corporation

Omantel

Omnitel

ONKYO Corporation

Open mobile

Optus

Orange

Orange Armenia

Oregan Networks Ltd.

P1 Networks

PacketVideo Corporation

Panasonic

Pandora

Panhandle Telephone Co-op

Pantech Co., Ltd.

Parrot SA

PCCW

Persona Software

Philips Consumer Lifestyle

Piltel

Pioneer Cellular

Pioneer Corporation

Pixela Corporation

Primax Electronics, Ltd.

Prime Electronics & Satellitics Inc.

Public Service Wireless

Pulsus Technologies.

QNAP Systems, Inc. (Taiwan)

Qtel

Qualcomm

Qualcomm India

Quatius Limited

Realtek Semiconductor Corp.

Reliance

Renesas Electronics Corporation

Research In Motion

Rogers Communications

Rogers Wireless

Rostelecom

Rovi

S and R Communications

S&O Electronics (Malaysia) SDN.BHD.

S&T Telephone Cooperative

Safaricom

Sagemcom SAS

Samsung Electronics

Sao Paulo Military Police

Sasktel

Seagate Technology

Securitas AB

Securitas Alert Services France

Seiko Epson Corporation

Semp Toshiba Amazonas SA

SerComm Corporation

SFR

Sharp Corporation

Sichuan Changhong Electric Co., Ltd.

Sigma Designs, Inc.

SiliconDust USA

SingTel

Sitecom Europe BV

SK Telecom

SK Telesys

Sky Brazil

SKY Perfect JSAT Corporation

Skype

Skyworth Multimedia (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd.

Smart Communications

Smartone

sMedio, Inc.

SMIT (HK) Limited

Softbank Mobile

Sonaecom / Optimus

Sony

Sony Mobile Communications AB

SpeedConnect

Sprint

Sprint

Standard Microsystems Corp.

Starcomms

Starhub

STC

STMicroelectronics

Strata Networks

Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd

Sunniwell Co., Ltd

Sunplus Technology Co., Ltd.

Sunrise

SureSoft Technologies, Inc.

Swisscom

Synology Incorporated

T Mobile

T Mobile Slovensko

T Mobile USA

TCL Corporation

TDC

TEAC Corporation

Technicolor

TechniSat Digital GmbH

Telcel

Tele2

Tele2 Sweden

Teleca Ltd

Telechips Inc

Telecom Italia

Telecom NZ

Telecommunications Technology Association

Telefonica

Telenet

TeleNor

Telenor Magyarorszag

Telenor Sweden

TeliaSonera

Telkomsel

Telstra

Telus

Testronic Laboratories Belgium NV

Texas Energy Network

Texas Instruments

T-Hrvatski Telekom

Thumb Cellular

Tikona Digital

Time Warner Cable

TMN

T-Mobile

Top Victory Investments Ltd.

Toshiba Corporation

Toshiba Samsung Storage Technology Korea Corporation

TP-Link

TRENDnet China Telecom

Triatel

Trident Microsystems (Far East) Ltd.

True Move

Tunisiana

Turkcell

U Mobile

Ubiquitous Corporation

UCell

UK Broadband

UME EPM

Uniden Corporation

United Wireless

Unitel

US Cellular

Valens Semiconductor Ltd.

VDC

Verizon Communications Inc

Verizon Wireless

Vestel

VHA

VIA Technologies, Inc.

Videon Central, Inc.

Videotron

Viettel

Vimpelcom

VIPNet

VisualOn Inc.

Viva

Viva Bahrain

Viva Cell-MTS

Vivid Wireless

VividLogic Inc.

Vivo

ViXS Systems, Inc.

Vodacom

Vodafone

Vodafone Group Services Ltd.

Vodafone NZ

Vodafone Portugal

Vodafone Qatar

Vox

VTM, Inc.

WBS

Western Digital

Wind

Wind Mobile

Wistron Corporation

Woosh

WYPLAY

XL Axiata

Xplorenet

XXCAL Japan Inc.

Yamaha Corporation

Yoigo

Yota

ZAIN

Zenverge

Zhong Shan City Litai Electronic Industrial Co. Ltd.

Ziggo4

Zinwell Corp.

ZTE Corporation

ZyXEL Communications Corporation

Government Agencies and Other Organisations Mentioned in This ReportDepartment of Economic Development (DED)Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA)Multimedia over Coax Alliance (MoCA)Peoples Telephone Co-opTelecoms Industry AssociationUPnP Forum

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Next-Gen Cloud. Whatever you call it, there’s a higher calling for cloud computing that requires providers to change their spots and move from a commodity mindset to a premium one. Businesses can no longer maintain the status quo that today’s service providers offer. Yes, the continuity, speed, mobility, data access and connectivity are staples of the cloud and always will be. But cloud providers that plan to not only exist tomorrow – but to lead – know that security must be the top priority for the cloud and are delivering it now. In his session at 14th Cloud Expo, Kurt Hagerman, Chief Information Security Officer at FireHost, will detail why and how you can have both infrastructure performance and enterprise-grade security – and what tomorrow's cloud provider will look like.
The social media expansion has shown just how people are eager to share their experiences with the rest of the world. Cloud technology is the perfect platform to satisfy this need given its great flexibility and readiness. At Cynny, we aim to revolutionize how people share and organize their digital life through a brand new cloud service, starting from infrastructure to the users’ interface. A revolution that began from inventing and designing our very own infrastructure: we have created the first server network powered solely by ARM CPU. The microservers have “organism-like” features, differentiating them from any of the current technologies. Benefits include low consumption of energy, making Cynny the ecologically friendly alternative for storage as well as cheaper infrastructure, lower running costs, etc.
The revolution that happened in the server universe over the past 15 years has resulted in an eco-system that is more open, more democratically innovative and produced better results in technically challenging dimensions like scale. The underpinnings of the revolution were common hardware, standards based APIs (ex. POSIX) and a strict adherence to layering and isolation between applications, daemons and kernel drivers/modules which allowed multiple types of development happen in parallel without hindering others. Put simply, today's server model is built on a consistent x86 platform with few surprises in its core components. A kernel abstracts away the platform, so that applications and daemons are decoupled from the hardware. In contrast, networking equipment is still stuck in the mainframe era. Today, networking equipment is a single appliance, including hardware, OS, applications and user interface come as a monolithic entity from a single vendor. Switching between different vendor'...
Cloud backup and recovery services are critical to safeguarding an organization’s data and ensuring business continuity when technical failures and outages occur. With so many choices, how do you find the right provider for your specific needs? In his session at 14th Cloud Expo, Daniel Jacobson, Technology Manager at BUMI, will outline the key factors including backup configurations, proactive monitoring, data restoration, disaster recovery drills, security, compliance and data center resources. Aside from the technical considerations, the secret sauce in identifying the best vendor is the level of focus, expertise and specialization of their engineering team and support group, and how they monitor your day-to-day backups, provide recommendations, and guide you through restores when necessary.
Cloud scalability and performance should be at the heart of every successful Internet venture. The infrastructure needs to be resilient, flexible, and fast – it’s best not to get caught thinking about architecture until the middle of an emergency, when it's too late. In his interactive, no-holds-barred session at 14th Cloud Expo, Phil Jackson, Development Community Advocate for SoftLayer, will dive into how to design and build-out the right cloud infrastructure.
You use an agile process; your goal is to make your organization more agile. What about your data infrastructure? The truth is, today’s databases are anything but agile – they are effectively static repositories that are cumbersome to work with, difficult to change, and cannot keep pace with application demands. Performance suffers as a result, and it takes far longer than it should to deliver on new features and capabilities needed to make your organization competitive. As your application and business needs change, data repositories and structures get outmoded rapidly, resulting in increased work for application developers and slow performance for end users. Further, as data sizes grow into the Big Data realm, this problem is exacerbated and becomes even more difficult to address. A seemingly simple schema change can take hours (or more) to perform, and as requirements evolve the disconnect between existing data structures and actual needs diverge.
SYS-CON Events announced today that SherWeb, a long-time leading provider of cloud services and Microsoft's 2013 World Hosting Partner of the Year, will exhibit at SYS-CON's 14th International Cloud Expo®, which will take place on June 10–12, 2014, at the Javits Center in New York City, New York. A worldwide hosted services leader ranking in the prestigious North American Deloitte Technology Fast 500TM, and Microsoft's 2013 World Hosting Partner of the Year, SherWeb provides competitive cloud solutions to businesses and partners around the world. Founded in 1998, SherWeb is a privately owned company headquartered in Quebec, Canada. Its service portfolio includes Microsoft Exchange, SharePoint, Lync, Dynamics CRM and more.
The world of cloud and application development is not just for the hardened developer these days. In their session at 14th Cloud Expo, Phil Jackson, Development Community Advocate for SoftLayer, and Harold Hannon, Sr. Software Architect at SoftLayer, will pull back the curtain of the architecture of a fun demo application purpose-built for the cloud. They will focus on demonstrating how they leveraged compute, storage, messaging, and other cloud elements hosted at SoftLayer to lower the effort and difficulty of putting together a useful application. This will be an active demonstration and review of simple command-line tools and resources, so don’t be afraid if you are not a seasoned developer.
SYS-CON Events announced today that BUMI, a premium managed service provider specializing in data backup and recovery, will exhibit at SYS-CON's 14th International Cloud Expo®, which will take place on June 10–12, 2014, at the Javits Center in New York City, New York. Manhattan-based BUMI (Backup My Info!) is a premium managed service provider specializing in data backup and recovery. Founded in 2002, the company’s Here, There and Everywhere data backup and recovery solutions are utilized by more than 500 businesses. BUMI clients include professional service organizations such as banking, financial, insurance, accounting, hedge funds and law firms. The company is known for its relentless passion for customer service and support, and has won numerous awards, including Customer Service Provider of the Year and 10 Best Companies to Work For.
Chief Security Officers (CSO), CIOs and IT Directors are all concerned with providing a secure environment from which their business can innovate and customers can safely consume without the fear of Distributed Denial of Service attacks. To be successful in today's hyper-connected world, the enterprise needs to leverage the capabilities of the web and be ready to innovate without fear of DDoS attacks, concerns about application security and other threats. Organizations face great risk from increasingly frequent and sophisticated attempts to render web properties unavailable, and steal intellectual property or personally identifiable information. Layered security best practices extend security beyond the data center, delivering DDoS protection and maintaining site performance in the face of fast-changing threats.
From data center to cloud to the network. In his session at 3rd SDDC Expo, Raul Martynek, CEO of Net Access, will identify the challenges facing both data center providers and enterprise IT as they relate to cross-platform automation. He will then provide insight into designing, building, securing and managing the technology as an integrated service offering. Topics covered include: High-density data center design Network (and SDN) integration and automation Cloud (and hosting) infrastructure considerations Monitoring and security Management approaches Self-service and automation
In his session at 14th Cloud Expo, David Holmes, Vice President at OutSystems, will demonstrate the immense power that lives at the intersection of mobile apps and cloud application platforms. Attendees will participate in a live demonstration – an enterprise mobile app will be built and changed before their eyes – on their own devices. David Holmes brings over 20 years of high-tech marketing leadership to OutSystems. Prior to joining OutSystems, he was VP of Global Marketing for Damballa, a leading provider of network security solutions. Previously, he was SVP of Global Marketing for Jacada where his branding and positioning expertise helped drive the company from start-up days to a $55 million initial public offering on Nasdaq.
Performance is the intersection of power, agility, control, and choice. If you value performance, and more specifically consistent performance, you need to look beyond simple virtualized compute. Many factors need to be considered to create a truly performant environment. In his General Session at 14th Cloud Expo, Marc Jones, Vice President of Product Innovation for SoftLayer, will explain how to take advantage of a multitude of compute options and platform features to make cloud the cornerstone of your online presence.