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Cellular Machine-to-Machine (M2M) Connections
An analysis of growth drivers and operator approaches


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Session Details
Duration 55 min

Presented By:
Jan ten Sythoff, Analyst
Daniel Ramos, Senior Consultant/Practice Leader, Cloud and Enterprise

Description

Pyramid Research expects to see strong growth in the cellular M2M market, a segment which is outpacing growth of overall mobile operator subscriptions and already represents over 10% of the total for some operators. In order to best take advantage of this opportunity it is important to both understand the factors underlying this growth as well as the different approaches mobile operators can take to address it. Pyramid uses a country-by-country and operator-by-operator approach to tracking and forecasting the market, in line with its quarterly mobile market updates. This webinar will analyze the key growth drivers and inhibitors of the cellular M2M market, as well as to provide an overview of the value chain and how mobile operators can fit into it.

The agenda for this session is as follows:

  — Definition and forecast analysis
         • Cellular M2M definition
         • Global forecast
         • Key drivers and inhibitors
  — Operator approaches
         • The M2M value chain
         • MNOs in the value chain
         • Country case study
  — Q&A Session with Presenters



Learn more about our speakers:

Jan ten Sythoff   Daniel Ramos  


Daniel Ramos

Senior Consultant
Practice Leader,
Cloud and Enterprise

 


Jan ten Sythoff

Analyst


 



 

For more information about this session, please contact us via email at info@pyr.com or telephone at + 1 ( 617) 747-4100


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