Paging Equipment & Services:  Driving Applications For Internet, Electronic Commerce, & Other Forecasts of U.S. and Global Markets to 2001

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REPORT  NO.A802897265   250+ PAGES   85 TABLES AND FIGURES   1997    

    Paging was supposed to go away.  Instead subscriber markets are growing at 24% per year overall, explosively at 45% per year in some parts of the world.  Why?  Both business and consumer markets benefit from easy to use, low cost, easy to carry, functional units.  Paging has central appeal at the low end of the user base because of low cost and at the high end because of convenience.

    The Internet and electronic commerce promise to impact paging markets.  Data markets are emerging.  Data applications for paging range from intelligent computers that automatically notify the service department of problems to automobile roadside sensors that send information about driving conditions ahead.  Health care applications for paging range from physician and hospital clinician communications to respiratory, cardiac, and diabetes patient monitoring.  Many industry specific paging solutions have evolved.

 

 

 

PAGING

Equipment & Services

Driving Applications for Internet, Electronic Commerce, & Other

Forecasts of U.S. and Global Markets to 2001

 

 

Paging markets support both voice and data mobile communications in a low cost manner.  Paging provides low cost access to landline telecommunicaitons for mobile workers.  Paging supports wireless data transfer in a secure manner.  Paging is positioned to support transmission of transaction data for electronic commerce. 

 

Market growth from paging is a result fo the following factors:

·        A continuing shift towards a service-based economy

·        Increasing mobility of workers and the population at large

·        Increasing awareness of the benefits of mobile communications among companies and the population at large

·        The relatively high cost of two-way mobile communications, such as cellular telephone services

·        Introduction of new or enhanced paging services, including nationwide paging capability

·        Continuing improvrments in the performance of paging equipment

·        Significant price/performance improvements in paging services

·        Growth of paging markets is occurring as the technology is positioned as providing mobile workers with low cost access to landline telecommunications

·        Paging transmission of data has been stimulated by use of the Internet to transmit e-mail


The Study Addresses:

·        Market strategies for participating in evolving voice and data paging market segments

·        Strategic positioning of paging equipment providers 

·        Market directions and strategic market alliances

·        Risk/reward scenarios -- access to existing customer bases

·        Strategies for success


You NEED This Study

 

COMPANIES PROFILED


AIRTOUCH              

ALCATEL

AMERICAN PAGING

ARCH COMMUNICATIONS GROUP   

BEIJING SPIDER NETWORK SYSTEMS INTEGRATED LTD.

BEEPER COMMUNICATIONS

BEIJING TIAN WEI

BELL ATLANTIC PAGING

BROADVISION       

BROOKTROUT TECHNOLOGY

CELLNET

CIRRUS LOGIC

CONDUCTUS            

DIALOGIC

DIGITAL LINK

ERICSSON

GLENAYRE TECHNOLOGIES     

HARRIS & JEFFRIES

IBM / LOTUS

INFOTEK

KUNMING HANGKE COMMUNICATION

LOGIPHONE GROUP

LUCENT

MITSUBISHI

MOTOROLA

MOBILEONE           

NEC AMERICA

NETCENTRIC

NOKIA    

NORTEL

NTT DOCOMO GROUP   

OMNIPOINT

OPENPORT

PACIFIC BELL MOBILE 

PAGENET

PHILIPS  

RACOM PRODUCTS               

RADIOSPOOR

REAL TIME STRATEGIES, (RTS)

REDSTONE NETWORK SERVICES

SAMSUNG

SIEMENS

SPEC

SHANGHAI SHENG XIN

SYMONTEC

SWISSPHONE TELECOM                 

TATA

TECNOMEN           

TELEDATA              

TELE DANMARK MOBIL A/S           

TELEFÓNICA MÓVILES

TELEPHONE AND DATA SYSTEMS

TRIPLE P TELEMATICS

UNWIRED PLANET

W.L. PRITCHARD           

WIND RIVER SYSTEMS

XPEDITE


REPORT OUTLINE

 

executive summary        

1.  MARKET DEFINITION     

Overview       

Paging access

Impact of Internet         

Wireless market penetration   

Impact of broadband      

Market driven solutions        

Technology   

Arch Communications group         

Marketing     

2. MARKET FORECASTS     

The market pyramid         

Cellular         

U.S.                

Latin America

Europe           

Asia Pacific   

Internet paging            

Small businesses     

Large business

Market shares

3. PAGING PRODUCTS       

OVERVIEW   

PAGERS        

Motorola one way paging        

Motorola two way paging        

NEC9000-d3                  

Philips       

Nexus Telecommunications      

Glenayre Technologies                  

BASE STATIONS   

Motorola

Nokia         

Glenayre

Tecnomen

PROTOCOL CONVERSION

Unipage / Motorola

Ericsson

Tecnomen  

Glenayre

Real Time Strategies

Conductus 

Tecnomen  

SERVICES    

Pagenet

Arch

Airtouch

American Paging

Nokia/Pacific Bell mobile services      

Skytel        

Brazil         

Kuwait      

Singtel        

Lucent Technologies                  

Portuguese PTT           

Italian PTT

4. PAGING TECHNOLOGY

Networks       

Two way paging            

Protocols        

Transmitter control       

Analog trunk protocols   

The tap digital input protocol     

Telocator data protocol (tdp)          

Inter-system and intra-system protocols   

Gateways  

Tnpp industry standard     

Tnpp protocol     

Telocator interswitch paging protocol (TIPP)       

Pocsag       

Glenayre data link module (DLM)

Spectrum ericsson dlh protocol     

Motorola golay format

Mark iv/v/vi formats      

Swedish mbs format        

Radio data system (rds) format        

European radio message standard (ERMES) Format       

5. PAGING COMPANY PROFILES          

6. PAGING MARKETING STRATEGIES    

COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE

PRODUCT ARCHITECTURE                   

Modular value added products

Language interfaces      

Range of models           

Brand advantage      

Global logistics         

Internet messaging     

Internet fax services          

Nokia             

7. Data applications


LIST OF TABLES AND FIGURES

FORECASTS 1996-2001

Equipment Market Shares for 1996

Services Market Shares for 1996

U.S. Markets

Global Markets

Shipments in Millions of Dollars

2.  MARKET FORECASTS     

Market opportunities

Market growth factors            

Market description    

Remote Access

Work from home markets

Cellular

Internet subscribers

Wireless Fax

Paging market forecasts

Base station market forecasts

Paging subscriber market forecasts

Factors contributing to growth            

Nokia installations for paging      

3. PAGING PRODUCTS       

Motorola paging features

Philips paging features         

Nokia nmt 450/900 base stations

Glenayre paging products         

4. PAGING TECHNOLOGY

Two way pager response types

Selected paging protocol groups and functions       

Special paging services          

TAP protocol phases            

     REPORT METHODOLO7GY

     This is the twenty-third in a series of market forecasts of Internet data communications, telecommunications,  and information services.  The project       

     leaders have significant experience preparing industry studies.  Forecasts are based on primary research and proprietary data bases.  In-depth   

     interviews are conducted with a broad range of key participants in the market.


 

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