Published on : Apr 18, 2016
ALBANY, New York, April 18, 2016: The research report provides a comprehensive overview of the global SDN/NFV technologies market, explaining the political scenario, technological advancements, social background, and the legal framework impacting the overall market. The report also segments the market to find out the exact strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats influencing each segment. Furthermore, it also includes Porter’s five forces analysis to highlight the bargaining power of customers, the threat of new entrants, the intensity of competitive rivalry, the bargaining power of suppliers, and the threat of substitute products or services. With a micro and macroscopic analysis of the operational functionalities of SDN/NFV technologies, the document aims to guide its readers to make well-informed business decisions.
Researchers indicate that the software defined networking (SDN) and network function virtualization (NFV) technologies market will grow at a steady pace in the coming years. SDN enables separation of control plane or network management from data plane or traffic handling. This permits dynamic bandwidth with superior quality of service levels. On the other hand, software applications are replaced with NFV hardware, which can function within a computing environment without specialty WAN equipment and related costs. Several network providers across the globe are following up with these technologies in the bid to comprehend the benefits they deliver to themselves and the customers. These network operators are also trying to understand how competitors with disruptive business models are likely to use these technologies to gain a stronger footing in the market.
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The report’s findings suggest that North America and Asia are leading the SDN/NFV technologies market, while European operators haven’t shown too many advancements, except Deutsche Telekom and Colt. This is largely true in the case of customer-facing commercial service launches. However, big players do realize the consequences of single vendor lock-in and misplaced technology bets. Analysts predict that the on-demand bandwidth of SDN will lead to increased business from players that have seasonal variations or with temporary requirements. However, the recently developed SDN/NFV technologies require real-time monitoring and management with a dynamic portal presentation to allow users to reconfigure services and acquire updated billing information in real-time.
Some of the important companies mentioned in the research report about the SDN/NFV technologies market are Telstra SDN, CenturyLink, Masergy, NTT Com, and AT and T. The research report has studied the management styles of these companies, the milestones they have achieved, their financial overview, research and development strategies, product portfolio, joint ventures, strategic mergers and acquisitions, and investment outlook of these top players for the coming few years. Furthermore, the researchers have also provided an explanation of the regulatory framework governing these companies and its impact on the overall growth in the near future.
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