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China Telecom Industry IT Solution 2013-2017 Forecast and Analysis

LONDON, Jan. 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportbuyer.com just published a new market research report:

China Telecom Industry IT Solution 2013-2017 Forecast and Analysis

This IDC study presents our in-depth analysis of the development of the telecom industry in 2012, including changes in industry macropolicy, industry size, changes in industry structure, sales and profits analysis, as well as opportunities and challenges faced by the industry at present. This study also analyzes the IT market and the application solution segments within the telecom industry in 2012, covering market size, IT maturity changes, application hotspots, user demands, and the relationship between industry situation and IT investment. It also analyzes telecom IT solution vendors in detail, including market concentration, vendor market positions, and the performance of the top 4 solution vendors in 2012. This study also presents a market outlook for the telecom industry, including IT market trends and five-year forecast, and trends and five-year forecast for various solution markets. Lastly, conclusions and suggestions are given.

"In the mobile Internet and big data era, telecom operators will face a more complicated industry environment. Since the operators' closed value-added service system market was opened, over-the-top services have had further impact on operators' traditional cash-flow services such as SMS and voice messages. With the opening of mobile services and the deepening of government and enterprise informatization, competition in the industry will shift to competition and cooperation among industries, and telecom operators' transformation strategies and development paths will be subject to further review and adjustment. As business innovation faces many uncertainties with the centralized management of the smart pipe, network traffic operation, capability expansion, and cloud-based resources, IT investment capable of improving the operators' basic competence and operation efficiency will maintain rapid but stable growth. The IT investment of the telecom industry in 2012 reached RMB 43.98 billion, and the telecom industry IT solution market reached RMB 13.87 billion. According to IDC's forecast, this market will reach RMB 22.76 billion by 2017," says Jialin Jiang, senior analyst, Vertical Industry Research and Consulting, IDC China.

 

Table of Contents

IDC Opinion

In This Study

Methodology

Situation Overview

Current Situation of Industry Development

Industry Macroeconomy

Industry Hotspots

Mobile Internet and Over-the-Top Business

Smart Pipe, Big Data, and Cloud Computing

ICT Service Transformation

Telecom Industry Sales and Profits Analysis

Current Opportunities and Challenges for the Telecom Industry

Opportunities

Challenges

Current Situation in the Telecom Industry IT Market and Application Solution Market

Telecom Industry IT Market Size

IT Application Maturity and Application Hotspots in 2012

Current Status of China's Telecom Industry IT Solution Market

Business Support System Solution Market

Construction StatusCompetitive Analysis

Business Intelligence Solution Market

Construction StatusCompetitive Analysis

Operation Support System Solution Market

Construction StatusCompetitive Analysis

Value-Added System Solution Market

Construction StatusCompetitive Analysis

Management Support System Solution Market

Construction StatusCompetitive Analysis

Telecom Industry IT Product and Solution Market Concentration

Mainstream IT Product Vendors

Major IT Solution Vendors in the Telecom Industry

Market Concentration

Market Position

AsiaInfo LinkageHuaweiZTEBOCO Inter-Telecom

Future Outlook

Forecast and Assumptions

Industry Trends

Market Context

Overall Telecom Industry IT Market Forecast

Telecom Industry IT Application and User Demand Trends

China Mobile's IT Development Demands

China Telecom's IT Development Demand

China Unicom's IT Development Demand

Developmental Trends in the China Telecom Industry IT Solution Market

Business Support System Solution Market

Business Intelligence Solution Market

Operation Support System Solution Market

Value-Added Service System Solution Market

Management Support System Solution Market

Essential Guidance

Learn More

Related Research

Definitions

Telecom Industry

IT Solution Market

Research Scope

IT Hardware

Network Equipment

Software

Services

Exchange Rate

China Regional Markets

Synopsis

Table: Telecom Business Income and Fixed-Asset Investment, 2008-2012 (RMB 100 M)

Table: Key Operation Data of the Top 3 Telecom Operators, 2012 (RMB 100 M)

Table: China Telecom Solution Revenue by Major Providers, 2012

Table: Key Strategic Factors for Success in the Telecom Industry in China

Table: Key Ability-Related Factors for Success in the Telecom Industry in China

Table: Top 3 Assumptions for the China Telecom Industry IT Solution Market, 2013-2017

Table: Key Forecast Assumptions for the China Telecom Industry IT Solution Market, 2013-2017

Table: China Telecom Industry IT Spending, 2010-2017: Comparison of 2013 and 2012 Forecasts (RMB 100 M)

Table: China Telecom Industry IT Spending Growth, 2012-2017: Comparison of 2013 and 2012 Forecasts (%)

Table: China Telecom Industry IT Spending by Segment, 2009-2017 (RMB 100 M)

Table: China Telecom Industry IT Spending Share by Segment, 2009-2017 (%)

Table: China Telecom Industry IT Spending by Product, 2012-2017 (RMB 100 M)

Table: China Telecom Industry IT Spending Share by Product, 2012-2017 (%)

Table: China Telecom Industry Solution Market by Segment, 2012-2017 (RMB 100 M)

Table: China Telecom Industry Solution Market Share by Segment, 2012-2017 (%)

Table: China Telecom Industry BSS IT Spending by Product, 2012-2017(RMB 100 M)

Table: China Telecom Industry OSS IT Spending by Product, 2012-2017 (RMB 100 M)

Table: China Telecom Industry VAS IT Spending by Product, 2012-2017 (RMB 100 M)

Table: China Regional Markets

Figure: China Telecom Industry Overall IT Spending by Product, 2012

Figure: China Telecom Industry Solution Market Revenue by Segment, 2012

Figure: Major BSS Solution Vendors, 2012

Figure: Major BI Solution Vendors, 2012

Figure: Major OSS Solution Vendors, 2012

Figure: Major VAS Solution Vendors, 2012

Figure: Major Telecom Server Vendors, 2012

Figure: Major Telecom Storage Vendors, 2012

Figure: Major Telecom LAN Equipment Vendors, 2012

Figure: Major Telecom Database Vendors, 2012

Figure: China Telecom Solution Market Shares of Major Vendors, 2012

Figure: Market Positions of Major Telecom Solution Vendors

Figure: China GDP Growth, 2013-2017

Figure: China Telecom Industry IT Spending, 2010-2017: Comparison of 2013 and 2012 Forecasts

Figure: China Telecom Industry IT Spending Growth, 2012-2017: Comparison of 2013 and 2012 Forecasts

Figure: China Telecom Industry IT Market, 2009-2017

Figure: China Telecom Industry Solution Market, 2012-2017

Figure: China BSS Solution Market, 2012-2017

Figure: China BI Solution Market, 2012-2017

Figure: China OSS Solution Market, 2012-2017

Figure: China VAS Solution Market, 2012-2017

Figure: China MSS Solution Market, 2012-2017

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