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Web 2.0とモビリティ&固定回線アプリケーション:新たなアプリケーション開発の進化(2011-2016年)

Web 2.0, Mobility and Fixed Line Applications: The Revolution in New Applications Development, 2011-2016

発行 Insight Research Corporation 商品コード 205845
出版日 ページ情報 英文
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Web 2.0とモビリティ&固定回線アプリケーション:新たなアプリケーション開発の進化(2011-2016年) Web 2.0, Mobility and Fixed Line Applications: The Revolution in New Applications Development, 2011-2016
出版日: 2011年06月13日 ページ情報: 英文
概要

当レポートでは、固定回線、モバイルブロードバンド、web2.0のコンバージェンスの影響について調査分析し、web2.0のビジネスモデル、アプリケーションの開発と導入の技術、モバイルデバイスおよびネットワークの能力、Web 2.0アプリケーションの展開モデルとネットワーク事業者への影響などをまとめ、概略以下の構成でお届けいたします。

第1章 エグゼクティブサマリー

第2章 市場を形成する主要動向

  • 通信部門に影響する経済因子
  • グリーンなソリューションの推進
  • 社会的ニーズを支援するコミュニケーション
  • オンライン購入
  • ユニバーサルブロードバンド
  • エッジでのインテリジェンス
  • オープンネットワークとプラットフォームの推進

第3章 WEB 2.0とは

  • Web 2.0を構成する主要技術
    • シンプルなオープンインターフェース:REST
    • スクリプティング:AJAX 38
    • ユーザーインターフェース:ウィジェット
  • Web 2.0の主な発展・発展戦略
    • マッシュアップとしてのアプリケーションの構築
    • クラウドコンピューティング
  • Web 2.0におけるビジネス関係
  • Web 2.0:過去の通信開発戦略と異なる理由

第4章 次世代ネットワークにおけるアプリケーションの開発と展開

  • 新しいアプリケーションの開発パラダイム
  • モバイルネットワーク用アプリケーション
  • 固定ネットワーク用アプリケーション
  • 台頭しそうな新しいネットワークモデル
  • サマリー

第5章 予測

  • ワイヤレスの市場機会
    • ダウンロード可能なアプリケーション市場
    • Web 2.0のモバイルブロードバンドへの影響
    • モバイル通信事業者のリソースのライセンシングからの収益
  • 固定プロバイダーの市場機会
    • 呼ハンドリングの強化
    • ブロードバンドサービスの売上拡大
  • 新規企業の市場機会
    • アプリケーションの構築
    • OTT音声サービス
  • サマリー

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目次

Abstract

The ubiquity of Internet access has created a new set of technologies and business models known as "Web 2.0" - and it has already made significant changes to fixed line and wireless application development and deployment. We believe the application of Web 2.0 to telecommunications will be the most significant change to the industry since the introduction of the public Internet, significantly accelerating adoption of new applications.

Pure IP-based services like Magic Jack and Skype challenge the traditional market for "fixed" communication services by delivering equivalent service without a traditional fixed line. The arrival of 3G & 4G combined with intelligent mobile devices will present challenges and opportunities. The ability to truly separate the applications from the network afforded by broadband IP networking will produce a surge in innovation.

This report explores the implications of the convergence of fixed line, mobile broadband, and Web 2.0. We describe the technologies for application development and deployment, the capabilities of mobile devices and networks, and how they change the game for users, operators, and app developers. We project markets for apps and discuss the impact of a Web 2.0 application deployment model on network operators.

Market Segmentation

By Geographical Region North America Europe, Middle East, Africa Asia Pacific Caribbean and Latin America

By AccessType Wireless Wireline

Wireless Revenue Opportunity Purchase of Web2.0 Applications App Store Revenue Operators' Potential Additional Wireless Broadband Revenue Total Smartphone Broadband Revenue BB Attributable to Web2.0 Mobile Operator Licenseing Revenue API Revenue Profile Data Revenue Electronic Payments

Fixed Line Revenue Opportunity Revenue Created by Web 2.0 Enhanced Calling Broadband Revenue Created by Web 2.0

New Players Revenue Opportunity Applications Development Total Paid Downloads Fraction to Developer Web 2.0 Over-the-Top Voice Services

Table of Contents

Chapter I EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • 1.1 The Power of Web 2.0
  • 1.2 How Does Web 2.0 Apply to Telecommunications?
  • 1.3 What We Analyzed and What We Found

Chapter II KEY TRENDS SHAPING THE MARKET

  • 2.1 Economic Factors Effecting Telecommunications
  • 2.2 The Push for Greener Solutions
  • 2.3 Communications in Support of Social Needs
  • 2.4 Online Purchasing
  • 2.5 Universal Broadband
  • 2.6 Intelligence at the Edge
  • 2.7 The Push for Open Networks and Platforms

Chapter III WHAT IS WEB 2.0?

  • 3.1 Key Technologies Comprising Web 2.0
    • 3.1.1 Simpler Open Interfaces - REST
    • 3.1.2 Scripting: AJAX 38
    • 3.1.3 User Interfaces: Widgets
  • 3.2 Web 2.0' s Key Development and Deployment Strategies
    • 3.3.1 Building Applications as Mashups
    • 3.1.2 Cloud Computing
  • 3.3 Business Relationships in Web 2.0
  • 3.4 Why Web 2.0 Differs From Past Telecom Development Strategies

Chapter IV APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT AND DEPLOYMENT IN NEXT GENERATION NETWORKS

  • 4.1 The New Application Development Paradigm
  • 4.2 Applications for Mobile Networks
  • 4.3 Applications for Fixed Networks
  • 4.4 What New Network Models Might Arise
  • 4.5 Summary

Chapter V FORECASTS AND PROJECTIONS

  • 5.1 Wireless Opportunities
    • 5.1.1 The Downloadable Application Market
    • 5.1.2 The Impact of Web 2.0 on Mobile Broadband
    • 5.1.3 Revenues from Licensing Of Mobile Operator Resources
  • 5.2 Opportunities for Fixed Providers
    • 5.2.1 Enhanced Call Handling
    • 5.2.2 Increasing Sales of Broadband Services
  • 5.3 Opportunities for New Players
    • 5.3.1 Application Building
    • 5.3.2 Over the Top Voice Services
  • 5.4 Summary

Table of Figures

Chapter I

  • I-1 Web 2.0 Business Models
  • I-2 Global Opportunities for Web 2.0 Applied to Telecom

Chapter III

  • III-1 Web 1.0 Business Model
  • III-2 Web 2.0 Business Models

Chapter V

  • V-1 Worldwide Wireless Rev. Store vs. Operator from Purchase of Web 2.0 Apps
  • V-2 North Am. Wireless Store vs. Operator Rev. from Purchase of Web 2.0 Apps
  • V-3 CALA Wireless Rev. Store vs. Operator from Purchase of Web 2.0 Apps
  • V-4 EMEA Wireless Rev. Store vs. Operator from Purchase of Web 2.0 Apps
  • V-5 Asia/Pacific Wireless Rev. Store vs. Operator from Purchase of Web 2.0 Apps
  • V-6 Worldwide Carrier Licensing Revenue Opportunities
  • V-7 North America Carrier Licensing Revenue Opportunities
  • V-8 CALA Carrier Licensing Revenue Opportunities
  • V-9 EMEA Carrier Licensing Revenue Opportunities
  • V-10 Asia/Pacific Carrier Licensing Revenue Opportunities
  • V-11 Mobile Carrier Web 2.0 Total Revenue Opportunity by Region
  • V-12 Fixed Line Revenue Created by Web 2.0 Enhanced Calling by Global Region
  • V-13 Fixed Line Broadband Revenue Created by Web 2.0 by Global Region
  • V-14 Total Fixed Line Revenue Created by Web 2.0 by Global Region
  • V-15 Web 2.0 Over-the-Top Voice Services by Global Region
  • V-16 Worldwide New Players Web 2.0 Revenue Opportunity by Global Region
  • V-17 Total Impact of Web 2.0 on Telecom. Services and Prov. by Global Region

Table of Tables

Chapter II

  • II-1 Worldwide GDP Growth 2010-2015
  • II-2 Social Networking Growth, 2010-2015
  • II-3 Top Social Networking Sites by Number of Users, January 2011
  • II-4 Top 30 Countries for Facebook Usage, April 2011
  • II-5 Online Store Growth: iTunes, 2005-2010
  • II-6 Online Store Growth: Electronic Book Readers, 2008-2011
  • II-7 Growth of Broadband Subscribers by Region, 2005-2015
  • II-8 Growth of Smartphone Deployment Worldwide by Manufacturer

Chapter III

  • III-1 Growth of Android Applications

Chapter IV

  • IV-1 History of Apple iPhone Applications, 2007-2010
  • IV-2 Fixed and Mobile Subscribers in the United States 2005-2010

Chapter V

  • V-1 Smartphone App.by OS: Ave. Price and Ave. Apps per Phone Store Basics
  • V-2 Worldwide Wireless Revenue Store vs. Operator from Purchase of Web 2.0 Apps
  • V-3 North Am. Wireless Store vs. Operator Rev. from Purchase of Web 2.0 Apps
  • V-4 CALA Wireless Rev. Store vs. Operator from Purchase of Web 2.0 Apps
  • V-5 EMEA Wireless Rev. Store vs. Operator from Purchase of Web 2.0 Apps
  • V-6 Asia/Pacific Wireless Rev. Store vs. Operator from Purch. of Web 2.0 Apps
  • V-7 Worldwide Wireless Broadband Revenue Created by Smartphone Apps
  • V-8 North American Wireless Broadband Revenue Created by Smartphone Apps
  • V-9 CALA Wireless Broadband Revenue Created by Smartphone Apps
  • V-10 EMEA Wireless Broadband Revenue Created by Smartphone Apps
  • V-11 Asia/Pacific Wireless Broadband Revenue Created by Smartphone Apps
  • V-12 Worldwide Carrier Licensing Revenue Opportunities
  • V-13 North America Carrier Licensing Revenue Opportunities
  • V-14 CALA Carrier Licensing Revenue Opportunities
  • V-15 EMEA Carrier Licensing Revenue Opportunities
  • V-16 Asia/Pacific Carrier Licensing Revenue Opportunities
  • V-17 Mobile Carrier Web 2.0 Total Revenue Opportunity by Region
  • V-18 Fixed Line Rev. Created by Web 2.0 Enhanced Calling by Global Region
  • V-19 Fixed Line Broadband Revenue Created by Web 2.0 by Global Region
  • V-20 Total Fixed Line Revenue Created by Web 2.0 by Global Region
  • V-21 Worldwide Revenue Mobile Web 2.0 Application Downloads and Dev.
  • V-22 Web 2.0 Over-the-Top Voice Services by Global Region
  • V-23 Worldwide New Players Web 2.0 Revenue Opportunity by Global Region,
  • V-24 Total Impact of Web 2.0 on Telecom Services & Providers by Global Region
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