TIA's 2016-2020 ICT Market Review and Forecast

TIA's 2016-2020 ICT Market Review & Forecast

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Overall ICT spending over the next five years is projected to increase at a 4.8 percent compound annual rate, reaching $1.8 trillion in 2020 from $1.5 trillion in 2015. The key drivers will be technologies and services to accommodate growth in data traffic, the shift in spending from premises-based equipment to the cloud, and growth in virtualization technologies that will cut into equipment spending while improving efficiency.

We project overall spending on pacesetting markets will increase at a 13.7 percent compound annual rate to an estimated $321.3 billion in 2020 from $169.2 in 2015.

The Market Review and Forecast is only available in PDF format and will be sent to you within 24 hours of placing an order. 

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Here's the wealth of information that the Market Review and Forecast covers:

Pacesetters – Rapidly growing markets
  • Business Ethernet
  • Cloud Computing Services
  • Cybersecurity
  • Distributed Antenna Systems
  • Gigabit Ethernet servers
  • Health IT
  • IoT
  • Intelligent Transportations Systems
  • IP VPNs
  • Wi-Fi/ Small Cells
  • Software Defined Networks/Network Functions Virtualization
  • Robotics
Turnarounds – Markets changing direction/accelerating/decelerating
  • Backbone Equipment
  • Fiber
  • IPTV
  • Mvnos
  • Smartphones
  • Videoconferencing Equipment
Steady State Markets – Markets growing at steady moderate rates
  • Access Equipment
  • Audioconferencing Service Bureaus
  • Contact Centers
  • Data Center Construction
  • Fixed Broadband
  • Internetworking Equipment
  • IP VPN Services
  • Macro Cell Sites
  • Support Services
  • Unified Communications
  • Web Conferencing
  • Wireless Equipment
  • Wireless Services Spending
  • Wireless Subscribers
Legacy Technologies – Markets in long-term decline
  • Circuit-Switched Landlines
  • Consumer Telecommunications Equipment
  • Leased Lines
  • PBX/KTS
  • Standard Wireless Handsets
  • TDM Networks
  • Videoconferencing Public Room Services
  • Voice Messaging Equipment