Four screens and three clouds for 2010 telecom market

Monday, 14 December, 2009

While NBN will continue to make headlines generating hot debates and negotiations, Telsyte sees Telstra holding the trump cards and, regardless of the separation outcome, the telco will not be worse off. Benefiting from rapidly growing broadband download plans and the increasing popularity of online content-enabled gaming consoles, IPTV will thrive to underpin convergence in the home. “We see the rise of the fourth screen - a new portable, wireless internet device - to make a splash in the consumer market, while three types of cloud computing - consumer cloud, SME cloud and enterprise cloud - will dominate the ICT landscape next year,” said Warren Chaisatien, Telsyte Research Director.

Telsyte’s top 10 trends for 2010 are:

  • Telstra versus NBN Co: it’s a game of brinkmanship
  • Continued industry consolidation
  • Telco and media convergence: Clash of the Titans
  • User campaign to drive NBN viability
  • Emergence of pay-as-you-go DSL and very large download plans
  • IPTV, mobile QoS and network neutrality
  • Mobile carriers making a comeback in content provisioning
  • Consumer cloud and the rise of the fourth screen
  • Three clouds to dominate Australia’s computing sky
  • UC to begin from back-office operations.

 

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