What's next for the Service Provider?

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What's next for the Service Provider?

  1. 1. Emerging challenges that are changing the service provider landscape Service Provider? What’s next for the Wired broadband traffic is growing at 30-40% annually in most European countries; mobile traffic at 65-70%. Competition, new services, and regulation are capping or reducing prices consumers will pay, service providers need new ways to keep unit data costs down over time. Service provider capital expenditure is growing, driven strongly by the need to increase network capacity Analysts predict service providers can achieve: • 26%-46% savings from network sharing • 20% OPEX reduction through managed network services • 70% lifecycle OPEX reduction from Network Virtualization The number of possible internet addresses under the new IPv6 internet protocols. Cost effectively managing these billions of devices, tracking them, authenticating them and billing for their access and bandwidth use, will be a significant challenge for network operators. 340,282,366,920,938, 000,000,000,000,000, 000,000,000 Growth in connections and traffic will continue to challenge operators to increase operational efficiency. The ability to manage network resources intelligently, increase flexibility, and optimize for new traffic flows will become ever more critical to success. Source: Ovum *http://www.cisco.com/en/US/netsol/index.html $ 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 0 61 121 Source: http://www.ciscovni.com/forecast-widget/wizard.html Predicted Global Data traffic Per Month Consumer - Video Consumer - File Sharing Business - Web and Other Data Consumer - Web and Other Data Business - Video Business - File Sharing Consumer - Online Gaming Exabytes Exabytes 40% 30% By 2050 there will be 50 billion things connected to the internet, that’s in addition to the billions of people. During 2008 the number of things connected to the Internet exceeded the number of people on Earth. These things are not just smartphones and tablets 2003 2010 2015 2020 These connections are things like parking meters, thermostats, photocopiers, lights, not phones or computers (i.e. people) 12.5 Billion things by 2010 25 Billion things by 2014 50 Billion things by 2020 362,000,000,000 Global IP traffic in 2017 will be equivalent to 362 billion DVDs per year

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