Predictions for 2007 White Paper

In-Stat is offering a free white paper. The paper covers their predictions for 2007 and includes insights on the following:

  • A Featured Prediction from Principal Analyst Gerry Kaufhold – “High Definition TV Programming will Become Available via the Broadband Internet.”
  • Enabling Technologies & Semiconductors
    • The Intel vs. AMD Rivalry
    • Nvidia
    • Microsoft Vista
    • PVRs
    • Global WiMAX Deployment and the Fate of “d” Vendors
    • PCs (Wireless USB, Macintosh Market Share)
  • Networks, Service Provision and Security
    • Business Managed Services
    • Verizon’s Response to AT&T’s Acquisition of Calisma
    • Potential Deals from AT&T
    • Potential Deals from Alcatel
    • Ethernet Advances
    • Service Provider Response to the Growing Emphasis on Security
    • The Backlash Against “Network Neutrality”
    • A Shift in Focus for Service Providers
    • The Deployment of a 5000+ ZigBee Node Network
    • Global Suppliers of IMS Control Layer Software
    • Time Warner Communications, Comcast, and COX
    • The Venice Project’s P2P Video Project
    • Google, AOL & Vonage.
  • Asia/Pacific
    • The Re-Organization of Major Telecom Operators
    • Changes in Advanced Mobile Markets like Japan and South Korea
    • WiMAX
    • HDTV Services
    • IPTV
    • The Expansion of iTunes and Real Networks into Other Asian Countries
    • Hot Target Counties for the Electronics and Semiconductor Industries
  • China
    • 3G Licenses
    • Reorganization Among the China Telcos
    • The Take Off of the TD-SCDMA Industry Value Chain
    • The Ongoing Globalization of China’s Telecom Industry
    • The Upgrade of China’s GSM Network to “Edge”
    • Cable Carriers’ 2-way DTV Network Reconstruction’s Impact on the IPTV Market
    • P2P Streaming and Internet Video Sharing
    • Handheld GPS Devices
    • LCD TVs
    • Enterprise IP Communications
  • Revisiting 2006 — Were In-Stat’s Predictions on Target? (Wireless, Enabling Technologies & Semiconductors, Video, Consumers & Services, Asia/Pacific)

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