DALLAS, December 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
ReportsnReports.com adds The Future Internet in 2025 market research report on internet services market with impacts on the adjacent ICT market of devices, telecom and software and on non-ICT, vertical markets.
By using assumptions regarding openness of ecosystems and personal data, The Future of Internet Services in 2025 market report assesses the major disruptive trends around technology, usage, business models and regulations, to determine the greatest uncertainties that will shape perceptions in 2025. Four major scenarios - platform wars, low-cost islands, open innovation and 'pay per trust' - are identified and quantified, with breakdowns by business model (advertising, one-off payment, unlimited subscriptions and commission on sales) and by service (cloud, video, social, search, mobile, e-commerce, communications, RTB and digital content). Complete report is available at http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/316648-the-future-internet-in-2025.html .
Case studies and focus APIs covered in this internet services market report include:
- Netflix signing deals with telcos despite developing its CDN to get better access to the TV set
- FBX - Automated sales
- Social networking and mobile services
- Big data
- APIs enabling very granular technology modularity
- Sharing economy
- Adoption of privacy-friendly tools - The beginning of a new arms race?
- Privacy paradox
- RTB - Advanced targeting reaching display advertising markets
- Internet players investing in infrastructure
- Verticals - Google beyond ICT
- Concerns around data protection
- Fiscal rules - The tax debate is getting ever more serious
- The (necessary) expansion of Google into hardware and IoT
- Churn culture is possible: Example of social networks
- Vendor Relationship Management
- South Korea Internet
- Apple Pay
Companies and Internet Services Players mentioned in this research include: Airbnb, Alibaba, Apple, Amazon, Baidu, Bitcoin, Daum, DuckDuckGo, eBay, Ello, Expedia, Google, Facebook, Instagram, KakaoTalk, Kayak, Lightbeam, Line, Microsoft, Midata, Naver, Nike Netflix, Paypal, Personal, Priceline, Rakuten, Salesforce, Sculpteo, Silent Circle, Sina, Shodan, Spotify, Tencent, Tesco, TripAdvisor, TaskRabbit, Twitter, Uber, Venmo, WalMart, Wikipedia, Withings and Yandex. Order a copy of this research at http://www.reportsnreports.com/Purchase.aspx?name=316648 .
The Slideshow contents of the Future Internet in 2025 market research report cover:
1. The fundamental disruptions induced by Internet development
1.1. Fundamental drivers of Internet
1.2. Fundamental barriers to Internet
1.3. Key impacts of Internet and Digital
2. Review of major trends
2.1. Technology trends
2.2. Usage trends
2.3. Top business model trends
2.4. Policy and regulation trends
3. Scenarios for 2025
3.1.Current situation - Internet services market (1/2)
3.1.Current situation - Internet services market (2/2)
3.2. Four main scenarios, driven by openness of (personal) data and ecosystems
3.3. Scenario characteristics
3.4. Illustration of scenarios using today's examples
3.5. Key moves required for each scenario
4. Market assessment of scenarios by 2025
4.1. Strong growth... even for pessimistic scenarios
4.2. Cloud, search and e-commerce remain dominant in 2025
4.3. Some variations in revenue sources between scenarios
4.4. Focus on services: Advertising-based services
Focus on services: Social
Focus on services: Video
Focus on services: Mobile
Another 2014 report on New TV Platforms - Competition or cooperation between the Internet, TV and CE worlds? Says over the last few years, video offerings have become richer, more fragmented and more interactive. Control of the service consumption platform has become a major issue of managing the link with consumers and monetizing services. Three major industries are now teaming up or competing in the connected TV platforms market: Internet giants, Broadcasters and distributors of television services, Consumer electronics equipment manufacturers.
This report details the features, services, potential partners and types of devices that provide access to the platforms of the major players. It highlights issues related to controlling the platform for the three sectors and the differences between strategies adopted. It identifies several trends common to the various sectors for the future of connected TV platforms. Finally, it looks at potential competition and cooperation between the different industries.
Companies examined for this new TV platforms market report include Amazon, Apple, Cisco, Dailymotion, Ericsson, Facebook, Google, HbbTV, Kudelski, LG, Microsoft, Roku, Samsung, Sony, TiVo, WyPlay and YouTube. Order a copy of this research at http://www.reportsnreports.com/Purchase.aspx?name=319976 .
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