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パートナーおよびインターコネクトビリング:市場レビューおよび機会の評価

Partner and Interconnect Billing: Market Review and Opportunity Assessment

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パートナーおよびインターコネクトビリング:市場レビューおよび機会の評価 Partner and Interconnect Billing: Market Review and Opportunity Assessment
出版日: 2013年12月12日 ページ情報: 英文 PPT and PDF (69 slides)
概要

モバイルコネクテッドデバイスの普及の拡大は、パートナー・インターコネクトビリング市場における通信事業者以外のパートナーの急増を招いています。パートナー・インターコネクトビリング市場は、次世代モバイルサービスが複雑な提携合意へのステークホルダーの関与を必要としているため、長期的な成長が予測されています。従来のローミング・インターコネクト収益は中期的に同市場を促進すると予測されています。

当レポートでは、パートナーおよびインターコネクトビリング市場について調査し、パートナー・インターコネクトビリング市場の定義、市場における上位ベンダー6社の分析、世界・地域別の収益予測、通信サービスプロバイダー(CSP)・ベンダーへの提言、市場成長の促進因子・阻害因子、同市場の成長影響因子、主要ベンダーのサマリー、および主な利用例などの分析を提供しており、概略下記の構成でお届けいたします。

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主な提言

市場定義

事業環境:概要

  • 市場成長促進因子・阻害因子
  • 新しいデータサービス・コンテンツプラットフォームは、提携・インターコネクトビリングの成長を促進することが期待される
  • モバイルサービス・住宅用ブロードバンドは全ての地域で収益成長を促進することが期待される
  • 提携・インターコネクト市場のシェア:サプライヤー・サービスタイプ別
  • 規制が、近年ローミング・インターコネクト価格へ及ぼす影響は大きい
  • 欧州における規制はローミング・インターコネクト価格大幅に減少させる
  • 事業環境
  • 規制の展望

近年の発展:ダイレクトキャリアビリング

  • DCBはCSPへ新しい収益ストリームを提供するが、提携関係が不可欠となる

IPベースのサービス

  • IXPはCSPへ幅広いサービス範囲・リーチを提供し、ローミング・インターコネクト収益を増加できる
  • CSPはサービス範囲の拡大に向けて、その他のプロバイダーとの提携を利用、またインターネットトランジット・ピアリングによるウェブへの世界的なアクセスを提供

Wi-Fiオフローディング

  • Wi-Fiオフローディングは中期的に勢いを増すと予測され、パートナーマネジメントソリューションに機会を提供する
  • サマリー:パートナー・インターコネクトに関する新しい発展の影響

CSP利用例

  • 利用例: Bouygues Telecom は増加するトラフィックを管理するために新しいローミングソリューションを採用
  • 利用例:欧州のモバイルオペレーターはインターコネクトビジネスを最適化するためマネージドサービスを採用
  • 利用例:DigiViveはデジタルサービスのプラットフォームをサポートするため、パートナー管理・セトルメントソリューションに投資
  • 利用例:Skypeは市場リーチを広げるためにダイレクトキャリアビリングを実施
  • 利用例:ラテンアメリカの電気通信事業者(Telco)は、地域における間近に迫った国際的なスポーツイベントをサポートするため、LTEローミングソリューションに投資
  • 利用例:KPN Europe はコスト削減・さらなる柔軟なMVNOサポートのために、そのITシステムを集中化

ベンダーの概要

  • Aepona
  • Amdocs
  • Bango.net
  • BICS
  • Boku
  • CSG International
  • Ericsson
  • Huawei Technologies
  • Netsize
  • Syniverse Technologies
  • Oracle

著者・Analysys Mason について

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目次

The increasing penetration of mobile connected devices has led to a proliferation of non-telco partners in the partner and interconnect billing market.

The partner and interconnect billing segment is expected to grow in the long term because delivering next-generation mobile services will require stakeholders to engage in complex partnering agreements. Traditional roaming and interconnect revenue is expected to drive this segment in the medium term. This report reviews the market and assesses the opportunities for industry players.

This report provides:

  • a definition of the partner and interconnect billing market
  • an analysis of the top-six vendors in the market
  • worldwide and regional forecasts of revenue
  • recommendations for communications service providers (CSPs) and vendors
  • drivers and inhibitors of the market
  • a discussion of the developments that could affect this segment
  • brief summaries of significant vendors
  • use cases of implementations.

About the authors

John Abraham (Analyst) is part of Analysys Mason's Telecoms Software Research team and contributes to the Service Fulfilment and Revenue Management programmes. He has been part of the telecoms industry since 2006, and joined Analysys Mason in early 2012. John has worked on a range of telco projects in Africa, Europe, India and the Middle East. Before joining Analysys Mason, he worked for Subex, a provider of BSS offerings. He holds a bachelor's degree in computer science from Anna University (India) and an MBA from Bradford University School of Management (UK).

Justin van der Lande (Senior Analyst) leads the Revenue Management, Analytics Software Strategies and CSP IT Strategies research programmes, which are part of Analysys Mason's Telecoms Software research stream. He specialises in business intelligence and analytics tools, the functionality of which cuts across all of the research programmes in this area. He also provides project management for large-scale projects within our Telecoms Software research. Justin has more than 20 years' experience in the communications industry in software development, marketing and research. He has held senior positions at NCR/AT&T, Micromuse (IBM), Granite Systems (Telcordia) and at the TM Forum. Justin holds a BSc in Management Science and Computer Studies from the University of Wales.

Table of Contents

  • 5. Executive summary
  • 6. New data services and content platforms are expected to drive growth in partner and interconnect billing
  • 7. Traditional roaming and interconnect revenue will remain stable as new developments gain traction during the next 5 years
  • 8. Regulation and new business models have inhibited partner and interconnect revenue growth
  • 9. Recommendations
  • 10. Recommendations for CSPs
  • 11. Recommendations for vendors
  • 12. Market definition
  • 13. Definition of geographical regions
  • 14. Telecoms software market segmentation
  • 15. Definition of partner and interconnect systems
  • 16. Overview of partner and interconnect systems
  • 17. CSPs have three roles in roaming and interconnect - in billing, service control and service provision
  • 18. Scenario 1: Interconnect billing
  • 19. Scenario 2: Mobile roaming
  • 20. Scenario 3: Content and partner billing
  • 21. There are different types of interconnect agreements and they can cover a wide array of factors
  • 22. Service sector and revenue type definitions
  • 23. Business environment - Overview
  • 24. Market drivers and inhibitors
  • 25. Market drivers [1]
  • 26. Market drivers [2]
  • 27. Market drivers [3]
  • 28. Market inhibitors [1]
  • 29. Market inhibitors [2]
  • 30. New data services and content platforms are expected to drive growth in partner and interconnect billing
  • 31. Mobile services and residential broadband expected to drive revenue growth across all regions
  • 32. Partner and interconnect market share by suppliers and service type, 2012
  • 33. Regulation has had the greatest impact on roaming and interconnect prices in recent years
  • 34. Regulation in Europe has considerably reduced roaming and interconnect prices
  • 35. The business environment in 2012
  • 36. Regional outlook
  • 37. Recent developments - Direct carrier billing
  • 38. DCB offers a new revenue stream for CSPs, but partner relationships will be essential
  • 39. IP-based services
  • 40. IXPs offer CSPs wider coverage and reach, and can increase roaming and interconnect revenue
  • 41. CSPs use partnerships with other providers to extend coverage and offer worldwide access to the Web through Internet transit and peering
  • 42. Wi-Fi offloading
  • 43. Wi-Fi offloading is expected to gain traction in the medium term and offers growth opportunities for partner management solutions
  • 44. Summary: impact of new developments on partner and interconnect
  • 45. CSP use cases
  • 46. Use case: Bouygues Telecom deploys new roaming solution to manage increasing traffic
  • 47. Use case: A European mobile operator adopts managed services to optimise its interconnect business
  • 48. Use case: DigiVive invests in a partner management and settlements solution to support its digital services platform
  • 49. Use case: Skype implements direct carrier billing in order to widen its market reach
  • 50. Use case: A Latin American telco invests in an LTE roaming solution to support the forthcoming international sporting events in the region
  • 51. Use case: KPN Europe centralises its IT systems in order to save cost and more flexibly support MVNOs
  • 52. Vendor snapshots
  • 53. Aepona
  • 54. Amdocs
  • 55. Bango.net
  • 56. BICS
  • 57. Boku
  • 58. CSG International
  • 59. Ericsson
  • 60. Huawei Technologies
  • 61. Netsize
  • 62. Syniverse Technologies
  • 63. Oracle
  • 64. About the authors and Analysys Mason
  • 65. About the authors
  • 66. About Analysys Mason
  • 67. Research from Analysys Mason
  • 68. Consulting from Analysys Mason

List of figures

  • Figure 1: Partner and interconnect billing systems revenue, worldwide, 2012-2017
  • Figure 2: Roaming and interconnect revenue by type, 2012-2017 (illustrative)
  • Figure 3: Average and high termination rates in OECD countries, 2004-2012
  • Figure 4: Regional breakdown used in this report
  • Figure 5: Telecoms software market segments
  • Figure 6: Key functions of partner and interconnect systems
  • Figure 7: A typical roaming and interconnect scenario, where three different CSPs play three different roles
  • Figure 8: Generic interconnect scenario
  • Figure 9: Generic mobile roaming scenario
  • Figure 10: Generic content and partner billing scenario
  • Figure 11: Types of interconnect agreement
  • Figure 12: Revenue type definitions
  • Figure 13a-c: Partner and interconnect billing market drivers
  • Figure 14a-b: Partner and interconnect billing market inhibitors
  • Figure 15: Partner and interconnect billing systems revenue, worldwide, 2012-2017
  • Figure 16: Partner and interconnect billing systems revenue by region, worldwide, 2012-2017
  • Figure 17: Partner and interconnect vendor revenue by products or services, worldwide, 2012
  • Figure 18: Partner and interconnect market shares by revenue, worldwide, 2012
  • Figure 19: Termination rates across OECD countries
  • Figure 20: Roaming price caps by service type, EU, 2012-2014
  • Figure 21: Average mobile termination rate, EU, 2005-2011
  • Figure 22: Roaming and interconnect revenue as a percentage of overall telecoms service revenue in Europe, by region, 2005-2012
  • Figure 23: DCB ecosystem relationship
  • Figure 24: Overview of IPX architecture connecting different CSPs for traffic exchange
  • Figure 25: Typical Internet interconnection scenario
  • Figure 26: The Wi-Fi hotspot value chain
  • Figure 27: Impact of new developments on partner and interconnect billing
  • Figure 28: Overview of CSG International's interconnect solution
  • Figure 29: Overview of SunTec Xelerate value chain at CSP deployments
  • Figure 30: MACH's billing relationship with Skype
  • Figure 31: Overview of the CSG Roam solution
  • Figure 32: Overview of KPN's IT transformation
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