This comprehensive report by Transparency GENERAL MARKET TRENDS analyzes and forecasts the Telecom service provider investment CAPEX spending at the global and regional level. The report provides an evaluation of the global Telecom service provider CAPEX spending for the period from 2016 to 2026, wherein 2018 to 2026 is the forecast period and 2017 is the bottom year. Data for 2016 is provided as historical information.
The report addresses all the major tendencies in the telecommunication industry that play a major role in the development of CAPEX spending of Telecom providers (TSP’s) on the forecast period. In addition, it features various motorists, restraints, and opportunities expected to influence growth in CAPEX spending during this period. And, across different geographical regions specifically THE UNITED STATES, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa, and South America.
The report would help suppliers and distributors to understand the existing and future tendencies in the telecommunication industry and formulate their strategies accordingly. The overview section of the report showcases the industry trends and dynamics like the drivers, restraints, and opportunities that impact the current nature and future position of this scholarly research.
The report also provides the ecosystem analysis for the telecommunication industry to be able to comprehend how Telecom providers procure the Telecom equipment and services from OEM and Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) companies. These capital costs estimates have been examined by taking into consideration the impact of different political, social, economic, technological, and legal factors combined with the market dynamics impacting the CAPEX spending growth.
Capital costs spending of Telecom providers is bifurcated on the basis of supplier type, equipment type, services, and network type. Seller type segment has been segmented into OEM’s and Telcos/EPCs further. In terms of vendor type, Telecom operators are anticipated to invest more on OEM’s. That is due to the increasing number of partnership offers between them to aid the smart city initiatives undertaken by government authorities. Equipment protected in the analysis are Telecom hardware, and IT or non-telecom hardware. Telecom hardware includes aggregation equipment, cellular infrastructure, IP routers and CES, optical equipment, TDM tone of voice infrastructure, and other telecom/datacom network equipment.
IT or non-telecom hardware include batteries, control hardware, etc. Based on services, Telecom company CAPEX spending has been bifurcated into EPC and others. Others segment is further segmented into consulting, network design, and engineering, installation & maintenance, and testing & optimization. In terms of network type, the spending is bifurcated into wireless and wired.
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The report also contains competitive profiling of Telecom providers, OEMs, and EPC’s around the globe. The Telecom service agency investment (CAPEX) evaluation data estimates will be the consequence of our in-depth secondary research, main interviews, and in-house expert panel reviews. In order to compile the research report, we conducted in-depth discussions and interviews with a wide range of key industry participants and opinion leaders. Primary research represents the majority of our research efforts, supplemented by considerable secondary research. Primary research involves telephonic interviews, e-mail interactions, and face-to-face interviews for detailed and impartial reviews about the study, across geographies.
Primary interviews are usually conducted on a continuing basis with skillfully developed and participants to be able to get the latest insights and validate the existing data and analysis. Primary interviews offer new and fresh information on important factors such as industry developments, CAPEX spending, development trends, etc. These factors help to validate and reinforce secondary research results.