Global cable network operator markets 2019-2024 of technology, residential services (Wireless, Internet, Entertainment, Security, Home Automation and IoT-based Apps), SMB -, and Enterprise-applications – ResearchAndMarkets.com – Business Wire

Global cable network operator markets 2019-2024 of technology, residential services (Wireless, Internet, Entertainment, Security, Home Automation and IoT-based Apps), SMB -, and Enterprise-applications – ResearchAndMarkets.com – Business Wire

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Added the “cable operators market by technology, residential services (Wireless, Internet, Entertainment, Security, Home Automation and IoT-based Apps), SMB -, and Enterprise applications up to the year 2019-2024” report, ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offers.

This report analyzes cable-MSO-ecosystem-actors, technologies, solutions, and market opportunities. This includes traditional residential and SMB services, as well as the broader B2B market for fixed-network providers, the Internet of things, IoT, market opportunities, wireless/mobility, and other services for the consumer. The report evaluates these market opportunities and provides forecasts for all the major sub-segment from 2019 through 2024. The report also assesses the impact of 5G and edge-computing-cable MSO network operators.

The report also assesses the cable MSO’s business service environment, the landscape and the investment strategies, such as the impact and opportunities surrounding developments with the citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS). Search beyond the mere migration from coaxial cable to fiber-optic networks, the report takes into account the important technical questions, such as cable MSO converged IP/MPLS network architectures, Internet of things, IoT, networks, and functionality.

The report will also be assessed, as these technical considerations, the options such as cable MSO related to market-IoT vertical cover. The report also assesses the impact of artificial intelligence on cable MSO providers. Finally, the report also contains a summary with conclusions and recommendations for all industry constituents.

Mobile network operators have a head-to-head race with cable companies for many of their B2B services including business-Internet-and backhaul solutions. This is considered to be a key strategic issue for MSOs from the year 2020. Accordingly, the buyer of this report will also receive 5G market assessment: – Vendor strategies, technology-and infrastructure-Outlook-and-application-forecasts no additional cost.

The term multiple system operator (MSO) refers to a network operator of multiple cable or direct-broadcast satellite TV systems. We use the terminology for a cable MSO in this report as MSOs predominantly fixed connection to use the provider to keep the fiber and for the most part cable for the connectivity to house and company. This category includes residential Internet, Voice-over-IP (VoIP), TV, and security services, as well as a variety of business services.

Cable operators such as Cox Communications to provide SMB services for a long time have made. With the advent of the Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) business model, many cable operators are consumer wireless have launched services as a MVNO. More recently, cable-MSO-find a provider, use your assets to provide various Internet of things (IoT) related applications and services.

In terms of the IoT-related services, cable MSO companies take an important role in the connected home applications and services, including home automation. Service areas: home security (surveillance, access control, automated lighting, etc.), connected appliances (refrigerator, washer/dryer, whole house, vacuum, etc.), HVAC systems, irrigation systems, and entertainment, including TV service, video-on-demand, and the competition with Over-the-Top (OTT) service providers. One of the ways the operators can cable, differ compared to OTT providers, it is one’s self through the use of Telecom APIs. In fact, there are a few good arguments for cable companies with the OTT model is only for the Wi-Fi service rather than a traditional MVNO model.

On the business-to-business (B2B) front, the traditional cable operators have new competition from Google Fiber as well as other companies high-speed fixed network connectivity offer. Due to the commercial launch of 5G, and more specifically 5G New Radio (5GNR), cable MSO providers, new competition from wireless carriers for connectivity, especially for business communication. More specifically, 5GNR mm, using the waves-HF-propagation, which allows both high capacity and low-latency data transport as a competitive offer for glass fiber and the cable.

the Select results:

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  • Mobile operators are losing the battle to residential ISP services
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  • Cable operators have an important role in the consumer the Internet of things and connected homes
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  • OTT service providers are at a disadvantage to cable operators
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  • Overall, Cable MSO B2B services to grow by 9% CAGR during the study period
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  • Strategic orientation of the cable operator’s optimal infrastructure and ensuring the high quality of the services
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  • Successful cable operators are successfully using Multi-Access-Edge-Computing-infrastructure

the Select report:

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  • Market of connectivity options, including cable, fiber, satellite and other wireless
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  • Market, market sector, including residential, enterprise, industrial and government services
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  • Business-services-market by type-including small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and enterprise customers
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  • Market through networking, including consumer wireless, cable modem, set-top box, wireless router and VoIP devices
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  • The market of business solutions, including cloud hosting, device, and video management, converged cable access, and more
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  • Enterprise-market by industry sectors, including Finance, healthcare, education, hospitality, media and entertainment, and other
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  • Enterprise service support, including digital media and imaging, tele-medicine, E-learning, grid computing, e-government, and more

the companies Mentioned

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  • Accedian Networks Inc.
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  • ADVA Optical Networking
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  • Altice, USA
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  • AT&T Inc.
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  • Atlantic Broadband
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  • Blue Ridge Communications
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  • Buckeye Broadband
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  • Cable Labs
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  • Cable One, Inc.
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  • CenturyLink
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  • Charter Communications
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  • Ciena Corporation
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  • Cincinnati Bell Inc.
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  • Cisco Systems, Inc.
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  • Cogent Communications, Inc.
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  • Comcast
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  • Consolidated Communications
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  • Cox Communications Inc.
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  • Digicable
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  • EXFO Inc.
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  • Frontier Communications Corporation
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  • Fujitsu Ltd.
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  • GCI Communications Corp.
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  • Google Fiber
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  • Greenlee Communications
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  • GTT Communications Inc.
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  • Harmonic Inc.
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  • Juniper Networks, Inc.
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  • Liberty Cablevision
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  • Mediacom Communications Corporation
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  • Midcontinent Communications
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  • Nokia Corporation
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  • Pacific Broadband Networks
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  • Ribbon Communications
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  • Rogers Communications
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  • Service electric cable TV Inc.
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  • Shandong Cable Network
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  • Shaw Communications
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  • Sprint Corporation
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  • Telenet
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  • Telephone and data systems, Inc.
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  • TPG Internet Pty Ltd ABN
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  • Verizon Wireless
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  • Virgin Media
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  • Wave division Holdings, LLC
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  • Wide open West Finance LLC
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  • Windstream Communications
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  • Zayo Group LLC

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Released on Tue, 03 Dec 2019 13:54:00 +0000

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