Market research for the telecom industry
Appledore’s telecom market research is valued the world over for its insightfulness, quality and topicality. As experts in the field, we apply our in-depth experience of the industry to investigating and analyzing the real business impact of emerging technologies, service innovation and new operational practices
We publish a dynamic program of market research reports throughout the year, which is available to clients either as a part of one of our subscription package options, or on an individual purchase basis. Our planned research calendar is available on request. Call our USA office on +1 603 969 2125 or email email@example.com
A direct reflection of Appledore’s unique focus, the vast range of telecom industry reports that we provide our clients with includes the following types:
Investigating a particular telecommunications technology or business area, outlook reports are substantial pieces of research identifying market drivers, how the industry as a whole is addressing needs, implications and factors for market success.
A high level assessment of a supplier product or solution, an Appledore solution profile will compare it with ‘yardstick’ metrics identified in our outlook reports and identify customers for the solution.
Appledore will write a free solution profile for all vendors taking out a subscription package with us. Distribution rights are also included for Platinum and Diamond subscriptions.
Based on analysis from outlook reports, a global forecast provides a quantitative assessment of the development of a market segment in the next 5 years. Includes regional data analyses and market size analysis for hardware, software and services.
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The Appledore market tracker is the first of its kind to give a true picture of the software enabled networking market. It provides:
- Quantitative data on NFV and SDN total addressable market
- Regional data breakouts
- Global CSPs, mobile and fixed
- NFV and SDN supplier solutions and deployments