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Network function, storage and server virtualization, as well as the growing demand for cloud-based provisioning of enterprise IT solutions—these are disruptive developments radically changing the face of enterprise IT, networking and communication.

Get the complete picture on how the enterprise market will develop as these trends are realized with our broad and deep reportage on the data and communication networks deployed by small and medium businesses, enterprises and government organizations. Coverage includes hardware, software, services and component suppliers.
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  • Diane Myers | August 13, 2018
    Huawei and Nokia are named leaders of the IMS scorecard for the third time. The vendors rise above the rest due to financials and, specifically, Huawei’s customer perception scores and Nokia’s market share gains and percentage of network functions virtualization (NFV) sales.
  • Heidi Adams | July 30, 2018
    On 23 July 2018, Infinera announced its intent to acquire networking solutions vendor Coriant for $430M in cash and stock. In an increasingly competitive market with escalating R&D costs, scale is a viable strategic path forward for sustaining the investment levels required to deliver differentiated and compelling products and solutions. With the acquisition, Infinera gains significant scale, almost doubling in size in revenue, R&D, investment, and employees. Coriant also brings a needed element of “secret sauce” to Infinera—its expertise in IP routing and multi-layer SDN control and orchestration—which will be important moving forward for addressing applications including metro transport for cable/MSO fiber deep and distributed access architectures (DAA), 5G mobile transport, and data center interconnect (DCI). The combined companies also stand to benefit from stronger purchasing power, economies of scale, and consolidation of common functions. Infinera expects the transaction to close in Q3 2018. Clients, please log in to view the full content.
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  • Diane Myers | July 24, 2018
    The adoption of UCaaS continue to expand worldwide, but the market remains highly fragmented with a wide range of offerings from a variety of providers. The market is composed of pure-plays, network operators, cable MSOs, ISPs, system integrators, and traditional premises-based vendors. With a wide range of service offerings and capabilities, things can be confusing for businesses trying to find the right provider and service to fit their needs. Clients, please log in to view the full content.
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Comprehensive coverage of data center compute equipment used by enterprises and cloud and telecom providers. Coverage includes data center servers and ethernet network adapters by form factor and market segment, as well as market shares for key vendors.
Total visibility into the entire routing and switching market, including overall equipment market leaders, and the trends and plans of both service providers and enterprises. Combines coverage from the Service Provider Routing & Switching Intelligence Service and the Enterprise Networks Intelligence Service.
Broad coverage of data and communication networks deployed by small and medium businesses, enterprises, and government organizations. Includes enterprise routers, Ethernet switches, wide local area network (WLAN) equipment and Wi-Fi phones, network monitoring equipment, Ethernet and Internet Protocol (IP) multiprotocol label switching (MPLS) virtual private network (VPN) services and more.
Timely analysis of the business communications equipment, software and services deployed by small and medium businesses as well as enterprises. Includes enterprise unified communication (UC) and voice equipment, enterprise session border controllers, enterprise telepresence & videoconferencing equipment, business cloud voice over IP (VoIP) and UC services, cloud videoconferencing services and more.
Critical insights into the market for optical equipment and components used by service providers, data centers and enterprises for metro as well as core network transport. Includes optical network hardware, optical transport network (OTN) and packet-optical hardware, data center optics, telecom optics and components, 100G+ coherent optical equipment ports and more.
Detailed analysis of network functions virtualization (NFV) and software-defined networking (SDN) deployed in service provider, data center and enterprise networks. Includes data center as well as enterprise SDN hardware and software, carrier SDN hardware, software and services, and NFV hardware.
Comprehensive market coverage of equipment deployed by service providers operating data networks, and their plans for emerging technologies as network architectures evolve. Includes carrier Ethernet switches (CES), IP edge and core routers, virtual routers (vRouters), Ethernet access devices (EADs) and Ethernet ports.
Global, in-depth coverage of VoIP and circuit-to-packet migration products, services, operators, vendors and subscribers. Includes trunk media gateways, session border controllers (SBCs), media servers, softswitches and voice application servers.
Full reportage on the storage market for both component vendors and users of storage devices by examining the significant trends and technologies impacting the industry. Analysis provided on all disk drives, including hard disk drives (HDD), optical disk drive (ODD) and solid-state drives (SSD).

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  • Diane Myers | August 13, 2018
    The SIP Trunking Service Provider Scorecard profiles, analyzes, and ranks leading SIP trunking service providers in North America
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  • August 08, 2018
    These case studies examine selected smart city projects around the globe. Each case study provides a current snapshot of the project while analyzing its impact and relevance to the smart cities and IoT market.
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  • Diane Myers | August 03, 2018
    The IMS Equipment Vendor Scorecard​ profiles, analyzes and ranks the leading vendors of IMS equipment worldwide. This scorecard evaluates vendors on criteria using actual data and metrics, such as direct feedback from buyers, vendor market share, share momentum, financials, brand recognition, reputation for innovation, and other benchmarks.
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  • Icon Senior Principal Analyst, Storage
    Craig Stice is a senior principal analyst responsible for forecasting and analysis of the storage markets including solid state drives (SSD) and hard disk drives (HDD). Prior to his work in the storage markets, Craig was an analyst covering compute electronics systems at IHS, which included the PC and server industries.
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