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ディスラプティブVoIPサービス:キャリアが知るべきこと

Disruptive VoIP Services: What Carriers Need to Know

発行 Heavy Reading 商品コード 112026
出版日 ページ情報 英文 57 Pages
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ディスラプティブVoIPサービス:キャリアが知るべきこと Disruptive VoIP Services: What Carriers Need to Know
出版日: 2010年01月30日 ページ情報: 英文 57 Pages

当商品の販売は、2016年07月01日を持ちまして終了しました。

概要

当レポートでは、ディスラプティブVoIPサービスの発展と各種サービスの潜在性について調査分析し、VoIPの革新と通信サービス市場への影響、17タイプの潜在的ディスラプティブサービスの概要、注目の潜在的ディスラプティブ企業のプロファイルなどをまとめ、概略下記の構成でお届けいたします。

第1章 イントロダクション・主要調査結果

  • 主要調査結果
  • 調査範囲・構成

第2章 VoIPの破壊的革新

  • ビジネスモデルの揺らぎ
  • アプリケーション&サービスの開発とデリバリーの変化
  • テレフォニーの基本的コンセプトの再定義

第3章 膨大な潜在的ディスラプティブサービス

  • 主要カテゴリー
    • SIPトランキング
    • プラットフォームプロバイダー
    • ウェブ起動VoIP
    • モバイルVoIP
    • ソーシャルネットーワークへのVoIPの統合
  • ユニークなディスラプティブ企業
    • Google Voice
    • VoxboneのiNumサービス
    • Skype
  • 技術&コンポーネント
    • バーチャルナンバー
    • 音声認識
    • 強化型ボイスメール
    • HD VoIP
  • その他の潜在的ディスラプティブ企業
    • ウェブーベースのカンファレンス
    • ハードウェアベースのインターネットVoIP
    • インターネットビデオコミュニケーション
    • ディープダイアリング
    • 広告収入による国際通話

第4章 革新的VoIPサービスの市場への影響

第5章 注目の潜在的ディスラプティブ企業(50社)

付録

目次

Voice over IP (VoIP) is the most potentially disruptive telephony technology since the birth of the industry, changing every aspect of making and delivering phone calls. Many traditional telecom carriers today transport all of their long-distance voice traffic over IP connections. Some companies deliver phone calls over the Internet for free. Others offer residential or business voice services that function like traditional phone services, but just happen to travel over the Internet. An increasing number of hosted VoIP services are making premises-based phone systems unnecessary for smaller businesses. IP phone systems have become the norm in enterprises.

Such developments have already made VoIP a mainstream communication technology. But while there have been some truly radical advances, VoIP services - in what we may consider the first phase of VoIP innovation - have largely emulated traditional phone service. As a result, VoIP' s disruption of the traditional telecom services business has to date been far less dramatic than many expected.

That first phase has ended, and a more dynamic second phase is now underway. The last few years have seen the development of new kinds of VoIP services with great potential to disrupt the telecom market. In this phase, innovators are attempting more deliberately to undermine the technical and commercial models of traditional telephony.

The changes wrought by VoIP technology transform the dynamics of the market in ways that provide a significant opportunity to lessen incumbents' commercial dominance.

These changes include:

  • Decentralization or virtualization of application delivery. Because applications and services can serve users from anywhere, there is no need to have nationwide or global infrastructure to be a nationwide or global provider. This drastically lowers the cost of entry into the telecom services market.
  • Democratization of application development and delivery. The fact that developers and providers no longer have to buy, or gain access to, switching platforms costing millions of dollars opens the telephony business to a far broader range of potential providers.
  • Hybridization and integration of applications and services, allowing developers to make voice one part of larger and more complex services, rather than a standalone service.
  • Enrichment of applications and services. Because IP connections can deliver various types of data along with the basic voice packets, providers can offer rich services that incorporate everything from universal presence detection to HD voice to integrated video.

However, the extent to which innovative new VoIP services will actually disrupt the telephony market remains far from certain. Incumbent providers still have substantial means to resist such disruption - in part by turning technological innovations to their own advantage.

Disruptive VoIP Services: What Carriers Need to Know first clarifies how the concept of disruption applies to the impact of VoIP innovation on the telecom services market. It catalogs the advances that VoIP brings to traditional telephony models, practices, and concepts, then categorizes the innovative VoIP services with the most disruptive potential. It also identifies the economic and commercial forces that will influence the impact of VoIP innovation and projects a number of specific results that this combination of factors will produce.

Table of Contents

LIST OF FIGURES

I. INTRODUCTION & KEY FINDINGS

  • 1.1 Key Findings
  • 1.2 Report Scope & Structure

II. HOW VOIP INNOVATION DISRUPTS

  • 2.1 Undermining Models
  • 2.2 Transforming the Development & Delivery of Applications & Services
  • 2.3 Redefining Basic Telephony Concepts

III. A FLOOD OF POTENTIALLY DISRUPTIVE SERVICES

  • 3.1 Major Categories
    • SIP Trunking: Borderline Disruption
    • Platform Providers: The Foundation of Future Disruption
    • Web-Activated VoIP: Racing the Arbitrage Countdown
    • Mobile VoIP: Arbitrage Plus
    • Voice Integration With Social Networks: Stuck in the “Potential” Stage
  • 3.2 Unique Disrupters
    • Google Voice: Potentially the Biggest Disrupter of All
    • Voxbone' s iNum Service: A Long Road to Disruption
    • Skype: From Consumer to Business Disruption
  • 3.3 Technologies & Components
    • Virtual Numbers: Disruptive Only in Combination
    • Voice/Speech Recognition: Showcase for VoIP Flexibility
    • Enhanced Voicemail: Jostling for Attention
    • HD VoIP: Disruptive in the Short Term
  • 3.4 Other Potential Disrupters
    • Web-Based Conferencing: Benefits of Integration
    • Hardware-Based Internet VoIP: Plug-In Phone Service
    • Internet Video Communication: Looking for Glue
    • Deep Dialing: Disruption or Customer Retention
    • Ad-Supported International Calling: A Permanent Niche Service

IV. MARKET IMPACT OF INNOVATIVE VOIP SERVICES

V. POTENTIAL DISRUPTERS TO WATCH

  • 5.1 8x8 Inc.
  • 5.2 BroadSoft Inc.
  • 5.3 CallSpark Inc.
  • 5.4 Cbeyond Inc.
  • 5.5 Cloudvox (Ifbyphone Inc.)
  • 5.6 DeFi Mobile Ltd.
  • 5.7 Fonality Inc.
  • 5.8 Fonolo (FonCloud Inc.)

V. POTENTIAL DISRUPTERS TO WATCH (CONTINUED)

  • 5.9 fring (fringland Ltd.)
  • 5.10 Google Inc.
  • 5.11 Global IP Solutions Inc. (GIPS)
  • 5.12 iCall Inc
  • 5.13 Ifbyphone Inc.
  • 5.14 IntelePeer Inc.
  • 5.15 Iotum Corp.
  • 5.16 iSkoot Inc.
  • 5.17 Jaduka (Network Enhanced Telecom LLP)
  • 5.18 Jajah Inc. (Telefonica O2 Europe plc)
  • 5.19 jaxtr (Sabse Technologies Inc.)
  • 5.20 Jingle Networks Inc.
  • 5.21 Junction Networks Inc./OnSIP
  • 5.22 MagicJack (Ymax Corp.)
  • 5.23 MessageSling
  • 5.24 mig33 (Project Goth Inc.)
  • 5.25 Mobivox (Sabse Technologies Inc.)
  • 5.26 Nimbuzz BV
  • 5.27 Ooma Inc
  • 5.28 OrganIP/CallbyName (Digitrad Communications Inc.)
  • 5.29 ooVoo LLC
  • 5.30 Palringo Ltd.
  • 5.31 PhoneFusion Inc.
  • 5.32 PhoneTag Inc. (formerly SimulScribe)
  • 5.33 Phonevite (Ifonoclast Inc.)
  • 5.34 Promptu Systems Corp.
  • 5.35 Raketu Communications Inc.
  • 5.36 Rebelvox LLC
  • 5.37 Rebtel Networks AB
  • 5.38 Ribbit Corp. (BT)
  • 5.39 Ring Plus Inc.
  • 5.40 Sabse Technologies Inc.
  • 5.41 TokBox Inc.
  • 5.42 Truphone (Software Cellular Network Ltd.)
  • 5.43 Vidtel Inc
  • 5.44 Vlingo Corp
  • 5.45 Vonage Holdings Corp.
  • 5.46 VoxOx (TelCentris Inc.)
  • 5.47 Yext Inc.
  • 5.48 YouMail Inc
  • 5.49 Yugma (YSL Holdings Ltd.)
  • 5.50 Yuuguu Ltd.

APPENDIX A: ABOUT THE AUTHOR

APPENDIX B: LEGAL DISCLAIMER

LIST OF FIGURES*

  • SECTION I
  • SECTION II
    • Figure 2.1 VoIP Innovation Disruption Matrix
    • Figure 2.2 Undermining Explicit or Implicit Traditional Telephony Models
    • Figure 2.3 Practical Benefits of VoIP Innovation
    • Figure 2.4 Telephony Concepts Redefined by VoIP Innovation
  • SECTION III
    • Figure 3.1 Types of Potentially Disruptive VoIP Services
  • SECTION IV
    • Figure 4.1 External Factors Affecting Potentially Disruptive VoIP Services
    • Figure 4.2 Future Impact of VoIP Innovation on Telecom Services Market
  • SECTION V

* All charts and figures in this report are original to Heavy Reading.

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