55 million fully autonomous (level 5) vehicles sold in 2040
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Our market reports programme deliver an international view of today’s outstanding tech issues, for both the ICT industry and traditional sectors in the throes of a digital transformation. Our approach combines technological expertise, analysis, economic modelling and an ongoing dialogue with the ecosystem’s key players, to provide our readers with insightful snapshots of today’s markets, along with supporting data, and development forecasts for the next five to ten years.
The seven collections that make up the programme cover new gen network (FTTx, 5G) analysis, core tech markets (TV and digital content, the digital economy and future markets), the transformations at work in industries and services (Smart Verticals, Smart Cities) and Emerging Tech.
Our catalogue includes close to 200 deliverables, including 60 new publications a year: granular quantitative data (10 datasets), benchmark reports, in-depth analytical reports and briefs on hot topics in the news.
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Telecom FTTx & Gigabit Society
From network virtualisation to 5G slicing - Report & Dataset
Management and orchestration (MANO) required to unlock the full potential of virtualisation46 pages -
Telecom Wireless 5G
5G deployments and rollouts
5G has arrived, but aren’t these testing times?88 pages -
Telecom Digital Economy
Digital Europe 2030
Are traditional sector leaders coming to the rescue of digital Europe?30 pages -
Media Future TV & Digital Content
TV & Video Services Markets in North America - Dataset & report
Terrestrial ● Satellite ● Cable ● IPTV ● OTT ● Video on Demand
Internet Smart Verticals & IoT
National Public Policies on IoT - Transport
World benchmark for transport60 pages -
Will blockchains Uberize Airbnb?
Previously, in the DigiWorld… Over the past 10 years we have witnessed the rise of the GAFA heavyweight platforms within a winner takes all ecosystem then, without apparently making a dent in these veteran titans, new intermediaries began to emerge, shaking up the status quo in several sectors and, in some instances, seen as the harbingers of a new sharing economy (cf. Jeremy Rifkin).