Digiworld Yearbook 2014 : the presentation from IDATE

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The Digiworld Yearbook 2014's presentation. Infographics, data, trends and the most relevent events in the Telecom, Internet and Media markets.

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Digiworld Yearbook 2014 : the presentation from IDATE

  1. 1. Copyright © IDATE 2014 #DWS14 London 3 June 2014 Paris 20 May 2014 Brussels 13 May 2014
  2. 2. Copyright © IDATE 2014 DigiWorld Yearbook: 2014 Edition 2 The 2014 report, available in French and English, is presented • in Brussels, • in Paris • and in London • The data, the trends and the most relevent events in the Telecom, Internet and Media markets • The best of our Research Programmes published by our teams during the year • An independant contribution to the debate in Europe on the key issues of the digital innovation IDATE, DigiWorld, DigiWorld Institute and DigiWorld Yearbook are international trademarks of IDATE All rights reserved. None of the contents of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form, including electronically, without the prior written permission of DigiWorld Institute by IDATE.
  3. 3. Copyright © IDATE 20143 DigiWorld Yearbook European tour: Invited Speakers • Anne Bouverot, Diretor General, GSMA • Roberto Viola, Deputy Director General DG Connect, European Commission • Simon Towler, Deputy Director, Head of Telecommunications Policy, Department for Culture, Media & Sport • Cedric Collomb, Director Telecom Business unit, Oberthure Technologies • Alain Molina, CEO, Awox • Mark Falcon, Head of Economic Regulation, Three • Jeffrey Krogh, Managing Director – Media and Telecom Finance, BNP Paribas • Manuel Kohnstamm, Senior VP and Chief Policy Officer, Liberty Global
  4. 4. Copyright © IDATE 2014 DigiWorld Yearbook 2014: infogaphics
  5. 5. Copyright © IDATE 2014 The DigiWorld (YearBook) in 2014 Didier Pouillot DigiWorld Yearbook head of project, IDATE
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  10. 10. Copyright © IDATE 201410 Markets & Players
  11. 11. Copyright © IDATE 2014 Internet issues: Future Internet Vincent Bonneau Director Internet Business Unit, IDATE
  12. 12. Copyright © IDATE 201412 From smart devices to Internet of things : 10 to 100x times more!
  13. 13. Copyright © IDATE 201413 Primary value without connectivity Primary value from connectivity (can be in real time or differed through sync) Direct connectivity Machines or hubs M2M Connected cars, smart meters, alarms, point of sale, remote health monitoring, etc… Connected Information Devices Indirect connectivity Through an information device, typically a smartphone or STB Internet of Objects Supply and retail chains leveraging RFID, NFC, QR Code Wearables Smart watches, activity trackers, … Home Networks Internet of things Many different concepts and markets under one umbrella Source: IDATE
  14. 14. Copyright © IDATE 201414 Internet of things Very different prospects and value chains Source: IDATE Hundred of millions
  15. 15. Copyright © IDATE 201415 Top verticals for M2M and Internet of Things Source: IDATE
  16. 16. Copyright © IDATE 201416 4 scénarios pour un marché tiré par la monétisation des données personnelles • More Privacy & security concerns • Regulations • State control • Less interoperability & standards • Less competition • Less hardware value • More advertising • Trust • More open public policies Internet Services 2025 Open data ecosystems Closed data ecosystems Wild innovation Platform wars Niches & Stars Pay Per Trust High availability of data Limited availability of data Source: IDATE
  17. 17. Copyright © IDATE 201417 Internet giants model threatened by IoT bringing in much more data? Internet giants reacting and getting into IoT? Internet of things a game changer for Internet 2025? Central 2025 scenario Current IoT
  18. 18. Copyright © IDATE 2014 TV issues: OTT competition Gilles Fontaine Deputy managing CEO, IDATE
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  20. 20. Copyright © IDATE 201420 • Linear TV represents 90%+ of TV revenues • But on-demand services are growing much faster Source: IDATE in “The world television & video market” « Plain old TV » is here to stay
  21. 21. Copyright © IDATE 2014 • 50%+ of the audiovisual market growth came from the emerging countries • But the USA experienced a 4% growth thanks to innovation • An Europe is flat 21 A growth driven by emerging countries…and the USA
  22. 22. Copyright © IDATE 2014 The 10 largest TV production and distribution companies are US-based: • a large internal market • a permanent consolidation process • A worldwide circulation of American programming 22 US companies reign over the legacy TV market Source: IDATE
  23. 23. Copyright © IDATE 2014 • SVOD now bigger than VOD in the USA… …moving to direct competition with pay-TV • Free-catch-up TV triggers huge usages, but much less money… …but consolidates the TV channels value proposition to advertisers 23 A SVOD momentum Source: IDATE according to operators Apparently complementary offerings
  24. 24. Copyright © IDATE 201424 The competition heats-up for Internet video distribution Digital content distribution scenario • Strong local brand, controling made-for local audiences content, benefitting from the power of linear TV • Global department stores, betting on innovation, worldwide reach, IT excellence • Will the « Winner takes all » Internet paradigm apply to TV and video? Source: IDATE in “World Connected TV market”Source: IDATE
  25. 25. Copyright © IDATE 2014 • « Managed networks » gradually open to OTT (software and distribution) • Broadcast network may benefit from cord-cutting • Hybrid solutions on the rise 25 OTT services will impact TV and telecom networks Source: IDATE Hybrid TV's global rollout
  26. 26. Copyright © IDATE 2014 Telecom issues: Europe vs USA Yves Gassot CEO, IDATE
  27. 27. Copyright © IDATE 201427 Mobile Revenues - EU5 / USA 2008-2013 (€ Billions) 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013E EU-5 USASource: IDATE
  28. 28. Copyright © IDATE 201428 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013E EU-5 USASource: BoA/M EBITDA of the Mobile operators EU5 / USA 2008-2013 (€ Billions)
  29. 29. Copyright © IDATE 201429 Source: IDATE based on data from BoA/ML and the US Census Bureau USA 16.3 (54/hab.) EU5 11.8 (38/hab.) USA 27.2 (86/hab.) EU5 13.4 (42/hab.) 2008 2013 +67% +13% US-EU5: Operator spending on wireless systems total (billion €) and per capita (euros))
  30. 30. Copyright © IDATE 201430 Mobile leaders’ market share USA/Europe (in volume) End 2013 Source: IDATE
  31. 31. Copyright © IDATE 201431 WhatsApp versus Facebook and Twitter Source: ComScore, Facebook, WhatsApp
  32. 32. Copyright © IDATE 2014 IDATE and the DigiWorld Institute 32 Founded in 1977, IDATE has gained a reputation as a leader in tracking telecom, Internet and media markets, thanks to the skills of our teams of specialized analysts. Now, with the support of nearly 50 member companies – which include many of the digital economy’s most influential players – IDATE has entered into a new stage of its development, structured around three main areas of activity:
  33. 33. Copyright © IDATE 2014 Annual program for the DigiWorld Institute 33 DigiWorld Clubs DigiWorld Events DigiWorld Collaborative Research (4) DigiWorld Publishing Club in Paris (monthly) Club in London (monthly) Club in Brussels (monthly) Conferences in Paris Transatlantic Dialogue in New York DigiWorld Summit 2014 Catalogue of Research Programmes DigiWorld Economic Journal (Communications & Strategies) Internet of things (Paris) Smart Cities (Paris) Telecom US (Brussels) TV & Video Networks (Paris)
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