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The Observatory of innovation markets
Our market intelligence programme delivers an international view of today's outstanding tech disruptions, for both the ICT industry and traditional sectors in the throes of a digital transformation. Our approach to tackling these disruptions combines our specialists’ key areas of expertise: market analysis (competition, demand),understanding regulation, international coverage, technological expertise, special focus on innovative players and economic modelling, drawing on an ongoing dialogue with the ecosystem's players. Our reports thus provide our readers with a concise state of the art of today's markets, along with estimates and forecasts for the next five to ten years.
The six collections that make up the programme cover the majority of tech disruptions, analysing new gen networks (FTTx, 5G/6G), the core digital tech markets (TV and digital content, the digital economy and future markets), the transformations at work in industries and services (Smart Verticals & IoT) and Emerging Tech.
Our catalogue includes close to 200 deliverables, including 50 new publications a year, including granular quantitative data (10 datasets), benchmark reports, in-depth analytical reports and briefs on hot topics in the news. The reports can be accessed through an online content management platform. Our experts provide research support and are available for interactive events (webinars, market briefs/brainstorming sessions in your offices).
Discover our latest reports
Telecom FTTx & Gigabit Society
What are the global growth areas in the fibre industry?
Countries where more needs to be done in terms of FTTH/B deployment45 pages -
Telecom Wireless 5G
A cost-saving strategy to be considered on a case-by-case basis50 pages -
Telecom Digital Economy
World Telecom CapEx Dynamics 202025 pages -
Media Future TV & Digital Content
What are the market scenarios in the face of the current disruptions?35 pages -
Internet Smart Verticals & IoT
Industrial 5G deployments
Key findings43 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).