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  1. 1. Mobile In 2020 …
  2. 2. Mobile subscriptions are expected to increase to $ 9.2 Billion by 2020. By 2016 the number of smartphone subscriptions will surpass those for basic phones. Source: ERICSSON MOBILITY REPORT, June 2015
  3. 3. WCDMA/GSM will make up the largest share of all subscriptions in 2020. There will be around 3.8 billion WCDMA/GSM subscriptions by 2020, compared to around 3.7 billion LTE subscriptions. Source: ERICSSON MOBILITY REPORT, June 2015
  4. 4. Smartphone subscriptions set to more than double by 2020. Source: ERICSSON MOBILITY REPORT, June 2015  
  5. 5. Mobile video in general is forecast to grow by around 55 percent annually through to 2020, when it will account for around 60 percent of all mobile data traffic. Source: ERICSSON MOBILITY REPORT, June 2015
  6. 6. Source: ERICSSON MOBILITY REPORT, June 2015
  7. 7. 5G is expected to be commercially deployed in 2020. 5G will be able to cater for thousands of new use cases, as well as more traffic, more devices and more types of devices – even those with different operating requirements. Source: ERICSSON MOBILITY REPORT, November 2014
  8. 8. 3 MAJOR TRENDS THAT THE TELECOM INDUSTRY WILL SEE BY 2020  
  9. 9. #1 INTEGRATION  
  10. 10. “By 2020, it is likely that one or more major telco companies will be acquired by a content company.” - Christopher Surdak, JD Global Subject Matter Expert,Analytics, Governance and eDiscovery, HP Software  
  11. 11. THE RISE OF DATA
  12. 12. THE RISE OF DATA Source: ERICSSON MOBILITY REPORT, November 2014
  13. 13. The rising number of smartphone subscriptions is the main driver of mobile data traffic growth. Increased consumption of mobile/cellular data per subscription – mainly driven by video – is also contributing to this growth. Source: ERICSSON MOBILITY REPORT, November 2014
  14. 14. CSP REVENUE PER SUBSCRIBER HAS DECREASED Source:Telecom 2020: Preparing for aVery Different Tomorrow, September 2014
  15. 15. INTERNET PLAYERSVS TELECOM COMPANIES AT&T's market capitalization in 2014 was about the same as it was in 2006, while Google's value has more than doubled. Facebook didn't even exist in 2006, and by 2014 it was worth roughly 40 percent more than AT&T (approximately $222 billion).   Source: HP: Content Barons, Smart Dust & SkyNet: 6 Telecommunications Disruptions for 2020, 2015
  16. 16. INTERNET PLAYERSVS TELECOM COMPANIES Content companies are moving into the infrastructure game. Google’s new service Project Fi, is taking a plunge into the $189 billion market for wireless service, creating fresh competition forVerizon and AT&T and stepping up efforts to boost sales and lure users to its Android mobile-phone software. Apple Inc. is assembling a high-speed network and upgrading how it builds data centers, a push to be more competitive with Amazon.com Inc., Google Inc. and Microsoft Corp. in cloud services.  Source: Bloomberg.com: Google Announces Project Fi Wireless Network Starting at $20 per Month,April 2015, Bloomberg.com:Apple Said to Build High-Speed Network for Fast Content Delivery, June 2015
  17. 17. #2 INTERNET OF THINGS  
  18. 18. THE NEXT STEP IN THE INTERNET REVOLUTION Source:Alcatel-Lucent:THREE CONSUMER MARKET TRENDS THAT ARE IMPACTING TELECOM INDUSTRY, May 2014
  19. 19. “‘The internet of things’ is the way of the future. Internet will be ingrained in everything that we do, in the objects we use like the fridge monitoring and ordering food from the store to insurance telematics where driving behavior directly determines your insurance premium.This way, our lives will be more efficient and linked to the services we use.” - Puijpe, Global Head of Telecom Media and Technology at ING Commercial Banking  
  20. 20. THE “INTERNET OF THINGS” IS COMING

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