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中原报告网提醒:摘要Countries covered: EuropeResearch OverviewThis Frost Sullivan research service titled European Femtocells Markets - A Strategic Analysis provides an in-depth analysis of the femtocells market in Europe and strategically evaluates i

中国报告网提醒:摘要Unified communications (UCState of Qatar promises a transformation of the business landscape by facilitating closer collaboration among employees, suppliers, and customers. But the revolution also creates seismic industry shifts, as titans like Microsoft, IB

神州报告网提醒:摘要This report provides 262 tables of mobile communications statistics covering 34 countries in Asia. Data for NorthKorea has not been included due to its paucity and unreliability.After a period in which Asias mobile industry has been

摘要Demand for electricity is growing faster than the supply infrastructure. At the same time, the conversion to a digital economy is increasing the demand for high quality power. The need to reduce peak demand and improve power quality requires an enhanced distribution grid which can both heal itself and provide two-way communication between the utility and the end-user. Many companies are working to develop the technology needed to implement this vision of a Smart Grid.The report provides a thorough understanding of who the key technology providers for the Smart Grid are and what products they are offering. A major objective of this report is to provide the information necessary for those interested in implementing a Smart Grid to start thinking about the functionality they need, the products available to provide that functionality, and the vendors that may be able to supply those products.The report provides an overview of what the Smart Grid is and why it is needed. It then focuses in on more than 50 leading companies developing products in the key technology areas of the Smart Grid. These companies are divided by technology and profiles of each are provided. Each profile provides contact information, a company description, an overview of their Smart Grid products, a listing of key Smart Grid alliances they are involved in, and examples of Smart Grid projects which are using their technology.目录及图片Acronyms and Abbreviations................................................................................6 Introduction...........................................................................................................9 10 Overview of the Smart Grid.................................................................................Why is the Smart Grid Needed?.................................................................................10 What is the Smart Grid?.............................................................................................12 Key Smart Grid Technologies.............................................................................14 Smart Meters..............................................................................................................15 Two-way Communication Networks...........................................................................16 Meter Data Management Systems.............................................................................18 Energy Management and Control Technology...........................................................19 Distribution/Substation Automation Technology.........................................................20 Technology Alliances.................................................................................................21 Smart Meter Vendors..........................................................................................22 Actaris........................................................................................................................22 Echelon......................................................................................................................24 Elster Electricity..........................................................................................................27 GE Energy..................................................................................................................30 Itron............................................................................................................................31 Landis Gyr.................................................................................................................34 Silver Spring Networks...............................................................................................36 SmartSynch................................................................................................................39 41 Two-way Communication Network Vendors.......................................................Aclara.........................................................................................................................41 Ambient......................................................................................................................44 Arcadian Networks.....................................................................................................46 Cellnet Hunt...............................................................................................................48 Comverge...................................................................................................................50 Current Group ............................................................................................................52 Elster Integrated Solutions.........................................................................................53 Eka Systems ..............................................................................................................55 MainNet Communications..........................................................................................57 PowerGrid Communications.......................................................................................59 Sensus Metering Systems..........................................................................................61 Tantalus......................................................................................................................64 Trilliant Networks........................................................................................................66 eter Data Management System Vendors.........................................................68 Aclara Software..........................................................................................................68 Ecologic Analytics ......................................................................................................70 eMeter........................................................................................................................72 Energy ICT.................................................................................................................74 Gorlitz AG...................................................................................................................76 Itron............................................................................................................................78 80 ergy Management and Control Technology Vendors.....................................Cannon Technologies................................................................................................80 Comverge...................................................................................................................83 Cybectec....................................................................................................................85 Energate.....................................................................................................................86 Greenbox Technology................................................................................................88 GridAgents .................................................................................................................89 GridPoint ....................................................................................................................91 Honeywell Building Solutions.....................................................................................93 Site Controls...............................................................................................................95 Tendril........................................................................................................................97 stribution/Substation Automation Technology Vendors.................................100 ABB..........................................................................................................................100 Advanced Control Systems......................................................................................103 AREVA TD.............................................................................................................105 Augusta Systems .....................................................................................................107 BPL Global...............................................................................................................109 Comverge.................................................................................................................112 Cannon Technologies..............................................................................................113 Cooper Power Systems............................................................................................115 ESRI.........................................................................................................................117 GE Energy................................................................................................................118 Intergraph.................................................................................................................121 NovaTech.................................................................................................................123 Open Systems International.....................................................................................125 RuggedCom.............................................................................................................128 SC Electric.............................................................................................................129 SensorTran...............................................................................................................131 Siemens Power Transmission Distribution ...........................................................132 Telvent......................................................................................................................134 Technology Alliances........................................................................................136 Advanced Grid Infrastructure Initiative.....................................................................136 GridApp Consortium.................................................................................................137 GridWise Alliance.....................................................................................................139 NewEnergy Alliance.................................................................................................141 NextGrid Now Alliance .............................................................................................142 Smart Energy Alliance..............................................................................................143 ZigBee Alliance ........................................................................................................145

摘要Countries covered: EuropeResearch Overview This Frost Sullivan research service titled European Femtocells Markets - A Strategic Analysis provides an in-depth analysis of the femtocells market in Europe and strategically evaluates its market potential with existing alternatives in the mobile broadband industry. It highlights some of the key challenges, drivers and restraints currently being faced by the European femtocells market and also provides a detailed analysis of key participants along with market forecasts from 2007 to 2011.Technologies The following technologies are covered in this research:WCDMA Mobile WiMAX UMA IMS/SIPMarket OverviewMultiple Advantages Boost Adoption of FemtocellsHowever, it is unclear, from a regulatory point of view, if users can purchase femtocells through retail, or if operators would need to personally install it. Unlike Wi-Fi, these cells operate in the licensed band, and typically, spectrum licensees must approve the use of any equipment using the spectrum. However, some opine that the distribution can be conducted through retailing, directly to the end users, which is no different from todays handset distribution model.Cost and Standardisation Issues Pose Threat to Sustained Market Expansion In addition to regulatory issues, high commercial costs are also emerging as a key challenge to sustained adoption of femtocells. Hence, there is immense pressure on vendors to further reduce the bill of materials (BOM) for femtocells, as carriers are not in a position to subsidise if the overall costs do not effectively reduce to 100 Euro. Carriers have realised that it would be long before the cost of the femtocell will reach 100 Euros, says the analyst. They are now considering renting out femtocells to users for a long contract period, rather than allowing them to buy it outright.Moreover, for the femtocell market to succeed, a standardised interface between the femtocell and the core network needs to be defined so that carriers can choose femtocells from multiple vendors which, in turn, will increase volumes and decrease overall costs. Accordingly, operators must emphasise a multi-vendor supply model in order to reap such benefits.目录及图片1. European Femtocells Markets - A Strategic Analysis 1. Introduction 1. Introduction 2. Femtocell Network Connectivity 3. Femtocells - FMC or FMS ? 2. Advantages of Femtocells 1. Advantages 3. The Femto Forum 1. The Femto Forum4. Core Network Integration Options** 1. Modified RNC 2. Concentrator

摘要Unified communications (UCState of Qatar promises a transformation of the business landscape by facilitating closer collaboration among employees, suppliers, and customers. But the revolution also creates seismic industry shifts, as titans like Microsoft, IBM, and Cisco, position themselves for larger shares of the growing unified communications pie.This report contains an analysis of the current state of UC from both industry and end user perspectives. Vendor strategies and survey results of business decision makers current and planned adoption of UC applications are presented. Also included is an updated analysis of market shares of the US and worldwide unified messaging (UM卡塔尔(قطر‎ and traditional voice messaging markets, along with forecasts for each by geographic region through 二〇一三. Forecasts for unified communications products and services across the same time period are also included in the report.The report demonstrates that UM, a key component of UC, is leading the way with the demise of traditional voice mail on the horizon. Further, the integration of conferencing into the UC framework clearly represents a near term opportunity bring real-time functions into the UC framework and encourage users to change long ingrained communications habits.目录及图表Executive Summary Who is Defining Unified Communications? Unified Communications Supplier Strategies Messaging Market Share Analysis Nortels Losses Are Ciscos Gain in the Unified Messaging Market Traditional Voice Mail Approaching End of Life Messaging and Unified Communications 马克et Forecasts Traditional Voice Mail Forecast Unified Messaging Forecast Unified Communications Forecast Methodology Glossary List of Tables Table 1. Supplier Statements Regarding Unified Communications Table 2. Currently Used/Planned Next 12 Months Feature Breakdown, by Business Size Table 3. Current and Planned Use of Web Access to Both Email and Voice Mail Table 4. Current and Planned Use of Email Fax Table 5. Current and Planned Use of File Sharing and Collaboration Table 6. Current and Planned Use of Remote Access to Call Forwarding Table 7. Current and Planned Use of Web Conferencing Table 8. Current and Planned Use of 奥迪(Audi卡塔尔国o Conferencing Table 9. Current and Planned Use of Desktop Video Conferencing Table 10. Current and Planned Use of Click to Call From Email Table 11. Current and Planned Use of PC-Based Softphone Table 12. Current and Planned Use of Instant Messaging Integrated With Conferencing Table 13. Current and Planned Use of Text to Voice Conversion of Email Into Voice Mail Table

摘要This report provides 262 tables of mobile communications statistics covering 34 countries in Asia. Data for North Korea has not been included due to its paucity and unreliability.After a period in which Asias mobile industry has been one of the largest and fastest-growing markets in the world, in relative terms a slowdown has occurred, especially in many of the leading national markets in the region. By September 2007, the region had amassed 1.25 billion mobile subscribers. After a period where annual subscriber growth rates have been well in excess of 50%, the rate has slowed to between 20% and 30% and was running at around 26% coming into 2008. At the same time, overall regional penetration had reached 34%, suggesting that there was still a lot more room for growth in markets throughout the region. By September 2007, Asia was home to just over 40% of the worlds 3.3 billion mobile subscribers.There have also been a number of newcomers to the surging mobile growth pattern in Asia, notably Pakistan and Bangladesh, with markets expanding by 103% and 104% respectively in 2006. Then, there were the surprise packets, the Central Asian markets, which had a group of stand-out performers coming into 2007. While obviously coming off low subscriber bases, growth rates in this sub-region were being headed up by Turkmenistan (147%) and Uzbekistan (137%).Asia has not only been dynamic in terms of growth; it has also been a leader in innovation with such products as NTT DoCoMos i-mode in Japan and the widespread application of SMS. It also offered a useful test bed in the lead up to the introduction and development of 3G services in their various forms. The innovation continued with DoCoMo launching its mobile credit card service in early 2006. By 2007, Asia was also looking enthusiastically at such developments as mobile TV.Each countrys mobile telephone environment is characterised in its own unique way. However, across Asia, certain consistent patterns have emerged: opening up of local markets with the awarding of licences to new mobile operators; incumbent telecom operators achieving high growth as they worked to win larger market share before new operators built their networks and launched their services; as the new operators started expanding, highly competitive markets resulted, with corresponding decreases in tariffs and increase in value added services; falling ARPU for basic mobile services; increasing ARPU for value-added mobile services.Growth has been spurred by industry deregulation, liberalised foreign ownership laws and the ability to build networks rapidly and economically. A significant fall in the cost of handsets has also contributed to strong growth. The launch of new entrants and fierce competition in China, Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Thailand has resulted in many benefits flowing to customers, including better service and lower prices.Data in this report is the latest available at the time of preparation and may not be for the current year.目录及图片*1. aSIAN oVERVIEW1.1 Internet1.1.1 Subscribers1.1.2 Internet penetration1.2 Broadband1.2.1 Subscribers1.2.2 Broadband technologies2. Afghanistan2.1 Country overview2.2 Internet and broadband3. Armenia3.1 Country overview3.2 Internet4. Azerbaijan4.1 Country overview4.2 Internet and broadband5. Bangladesh5.1 Country overview5.2 Internet and broadband5.3 Convergence6. Bhutan6.1 Country overview6.2 Internet7. Brunei Darussalam7.1 Country overview7.2 Internet and broadband8. Cambodia8.1 Country overview8.2 Internet9. China9.1 Country overview9.2 Internet and broadband9.2.1 Online content9.2.2 Operator statistics9.3 Convergence 10. Georgia10.1 Country overview10.2 Internet and broadband11. Hong Kong11.1 Country overview11.2 Internet and broadband11.2.1 Operator statistics11.3 Convergence11.3.1 Operator statistics12. India12.1 Country overview12.2 Internet and broadband12.3 Convergence13. Indonesia13.1 Country overview13.2 Internet and broadband13.3 Convergence14. Japan14.1 Country overview14.2 Internet and broadband14.2.1 Operator statistics14.3 Convergence 14.3.1 Operator statistics15. Kazakhstan15.1 Country overview15.2 Internet and broadband16. Kyrgyzstan16.1 Country overview16.2 Internet and broadband17. Laos17.1 Country overview17.2 Internet and broadband18. Macau18.1 Country overview18.2 Internet and broadband18.3 Convergence19. Malaysia19.1 Country overview19.2 Internet and broadband19.3 Operator statistics19.4 Convergence20. Maldives20.1 Country overview20.2 Internet and broadband21. Mongolia21.1 Country overview21.2 Internet 22. Myanmar22.1 Country overview22.2 Internet and broadband23. Nepal23.1 Country overview23.2 Internet24. Pakistan24.1 Country overview24.2 Internet and broadband24.3 Convergence25. Philippines25.1 Country overview25.2 Internet and broadband25.2.1 Operator statistics25.3 Convergence26. Singapore26.1 Country overview26.2 Internet and broadband26.3 Operator statistics26.4 Convergence27. South Korea27.1 Country overview27.2 Internet and broadband27.3 Operator statistics27.4 Internet economy28. Sri Lanka 28.1 Country overview28.2 Internet and broadband29. Taiwan29.1 Country overview29.2 Internet and broadband29.2.1 Operator Chunghua statistics29.3 Convergence30. Tajikistan30.1 Country overview30.2 Internet 31. Thailand31.1 Country overview31.2 Internet and broadband31.3 Convergence31.4 Operator statistics32. Timor Leste32.1 Country overview32.2 Internet33. Turkmenistan33.1 Country overview33.2 Internet34. Uzbekistan34.1 Country overview34.2 Internet and broadband35. Vietnam 35.1 Country overview35.2* Internet

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