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This report provides an overview of presence-based services (PBS) market. It details the status of the market today, as well as the migration through various stages of service integration and unification. PBS is one aspect of IP-based applications service development and provisioning currently being rolled out in the marketplace.

Service providers are in the midst of a gradual evolution from circuit-switched infrastructures to IP-based packet-switched infrastructures. While much of this evolution to date has taken place in the transport and access parts of the network, there are now enhanced services that are being developed and refined. In particular, the architecture of—and market for—next-generation enhanced services is beginning to take shape.

Presence Based Service (PBS) ensures personalization of modes of communication preferred by the user by defining the availability and receptivity of contacts to engage in real-time text and voice communications. The market forecast focuses on mobile instant messaging (IM) and push-to-talk (PTT) services delivered over 2.5G- and 3G-enabled mobile devices.


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    1.1 IP Applications Services Markets

    This report provides an overview of presence-based services (PBS) market. It details the status of the market today, as well as the migration through various stages of service integration and unification. PBS is one aspect of IP-based applications service development and provisioning currently being rolled out in the marketplace.

    Service providers are in the midst of a gradual evolution from circuit-switched infrastructures to IP-based packet-switched infrastructures. While much of this evolution to date has taken place in the transport and access parts of the network, there are now enhanced services that are being developed and refined. In particular, the architecture of—and market for—next-generation enhanced services is beginning to take shape.

    Presence Based Service (PBS) ensures personalization of modes of communication preferred by the user by defining the availability and receptivity of contacts to engage in real-time text and voice communications. The market forecast focuses on mobile instant messaging (IM) and push-to-talk (PTT) services delivered over 2.5G- and 3G-enabled mobile devices.

    Traditional carriers see IP application platforms as a means of beginning their slow migration to fully-convergent IP-based networks and services. Some view the highly personalized services enabled by IP as the ultimate “sticky” applications that will stem the tide of customer churn. Other carriers desire new, affordable service applications that will bring additional revenue streams. Every carrier is looking for new ways to enhance their service suites, which are rapidly becoming commoditized.

    Interestingly, wireless carriers seem to be making headway when it comes to the adoption of new architectural and service paradigms. Given the bandwidth constraints of the medium, the gap between 2G and 3G has been covered in less than a decade. There are compelling reasons for this phenomenon. Wireless architectures have been exposed and have embraced open standards very early in their development lifecycles; therefore, interoperability issues are less formidable as compared to their wireline counterparts. As a corollary, wireless subscribers are reaping the benefits of rich services developed by a large number of vendors.

    Fundamentally, wireless operators have had more experience with and greater control over the content in their networks, and have solid billing platforms, which automatically reassure content providers of reliable and stable revenues from content provided to wireless subscribers. Content providers are, therefore, more comfortable with the wireless domain. The IP multimedia subsystem (IMS)-driven paradigm calls for packetization of the access network to transform the services and applications to be network agnostic. This has given further impetus to sophisticated access protocols like high-speed packet data access (HSPDA), enhanced data rates for GSM evolution (EDGE), and others to hit the market faster. The drive is led primarily by East Asian and European operators, with North American (NA) operators catching up.

    Wireline carriers also expect operational and infrastructure savings from deploying new IP-based services. Many incumbent carriers are choosing to initially implement IP-based services on an overlay network. Taking this approach, carriers do not have to replace circuit-switched network elements, which represent sunk costs and have minimal ongoing operational expenses. In an overlay network scenario, the packet-switched network is isolated from the circuit-switched network, and the two are connected via a gateway. Web-based applications can control the public switched telephone network (PSTN) through this gateway. This architecture preserves the wireline carrier’s investment while reducing risk as new opportunities are explored and implemented.

    Proof that convergent communications and the world of IP are starting to become realities can be seen not only from the development of IP infrastructure elements such as gateways and softswitches, but also in the development of IP-based application servers, which are designed to deliver actual revenue-generating services for carriers. To date, most of the activity in softswitch architectures has focused on cost reduction. Applications that used to be run on circuit-switched networks are believed to be much less expensive to implement on IP networks. Now, the creation of new, enhanced services is becoming more strategically important for many carriers.


    1.2 IP Applications Services Definitions

    This report focuses on six service provider-hosted IP services:

    · Residential Video Telephony (RVT) allows end users to have video calls amongst each other. The end-user equipment could be a personal computer (PC), an IP-based videophone, or a 3G enabled mobile phone.

    · Fixed Mobile Convergence (FMC) enables users to employ the same end equipment (predominantly mobile phone) in licensed wireless public networks outside homes and offices as well as unlicensed wireless private networks inside homes and offices where the network coverage is poor.

    · File Sharing Services involve the exchange of audio and video files among networked peers.

    · Streaming Services provide live and on-demand display of audio and video files and broadcasts on end-user equipment like PCs, personal digital assistants (PDAs), or 3G-enabled mobile phones in a real-time fashion by simultaneously downloading, buffering, and playing the file on the end-user equipment.

    · Location Based Services (LBS) target the physical location of the user through global positioning service (GPS) or wireless network-enabled mechanisms in order to facilitate user-specific services.

    · Presence Based Services (PBS) ensure personalization of modes of communication preferred by the user by defining the availability and receptiveness towards the modes......

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    Market Segmentation

     

    Overview of Global Trends in Broadband Wireline
          North America
          EMEA
          Asia Pacific
          Latin America/ Caribbean

    Global Trends in Wireless
          North America
          EMEA
          Asia Pacific
          Latin America/ Caribbean

    Global IP Services Market
          North America
          EMEA
          Asia Pacific
          Latin America/ Caribbean

    Presence Based Services (PBS)
          Wireline
          Wireless
          North America
          EMEA
          Asia Pacific
          Latin America/ Caribbean

     


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    Table of Contents

     

    Chapter I
    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

    1.1 Presence Based Services and IP Applications
    1.2 IP Applications Services Definitions
    1.3 Market Forecasts

    Chapter II
    PRESENCE BASED SERVICES ARCHITECTURE AND OPERATION

    2.1 Presence Based Service (PBS)
    2.2 Service Implementation Requirements
          2.2.1 Standards
          2.2.2 PBS Clients
          2.2.3 PBS Applications
    2.3 Service Implementations

    Chapter III
    PRESENCE BASED SERVICES CASE STUDY

    3.1 Turkcell
    3.2 Enhanced Services Offerings
          3.2.1 IM: Service Launch
          3.2.2 IM: Features
          3.2.3 IM: End-User Equipment
          3.2.4 Push-To-Talk: Service Launch
          3.2.5 Push-To-Talk: Features
          3.2.6 Push-To-Talk: End-User equipment
          3.2.7 Push-To-Talk: Call Plans
    3.3 Technical Environment
    3.4 Marketing Strategies
          3.4.1 Preserving Market Leadership
          3.4.2 ARPU Challenge
          3.4.3 Corporate Vision
          3.4.4 Enhanced Presence Offerings Roadmap
          3.4.5 GSMA Initiative
          3.4.6 North American Players

    Chapter IV
    MARKET FORECAST

    4.1 Introduction
    4.2 Overview of Global Trends in Broadband Wireline
          4.2.1 Broadband Internet Access
    4.3 Global Trends in Wireless
    4.4 Global IP Services Market
    4.5 Presence-Based Services (PBS)
          4.5.1 Market Status
          4.5.1.1 Mobile Instant Messaging (MIM)
          4.5.1.2 Push-to-Talk (PTT)
          4.5.2 Presence-Based Market Forecast

    Table of Figures

    Chapter I
    I-1 Worldwide IP Services Market, 2006-2011 ($Billions)

    Chapter II
    II-1 OMA-IMPS Architecture
    II-2 Wireless/Wireline IM Architecture

    Chapter IV

    IV-1 Broadband Penetration by Technology in Top 20 Economies
    IV-2 Worldwide Distribution of In-Service Networks by Type
    IV-3 Worldwide IP Service Revenue Distribution by Region
    IV-4 IP Service Revenue Distribution by Wireline and Wireless
    IV-5 Presence-Based Services Revenue Distribution by Region
    IV-6 Mobile Instant Messaging Services Revenue Distribution by Region
    IV-7 Push-To-Talk Services Revenue Distribution by Region, 2006 and 2011

    Table of Tables

    Chapter II

    II-1 Interoperability Scenario for Popular IM Clients
    II-2 Presence-Based Service Vendor Offerings

    Chapter IV

    IV-1 Broadband Penetration as a Percentage of Households
    IV-2 Worldwide Broadband Lines, 2006-2011 (Millions)
    IV-3 Worldwide Wireless Penetration as a Percentage of Population
    IV-4 Worldwide 3G Subscribers, 2006-2011 (Millions) 33
    IV-5 Worldwide In-Service Networks by Mobile System Type
    IV-6 Worldwide IP Services Market by Region 2006-2011
    IV-7 Worldwide Presence-Based Services Subscribers
    IV-8 Worldwide Presence-Based Services Revenue, 2006-2011
    IV-9 Worldwide Mobile Instant Messaging Services Revenues
    IV-10 Worldwide Push-To-Talk Services Revenues, 2006-2011


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