Overwhelming OTT: Telcos’ growth strategy in a digital world (2023) (2023)


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As digital proliferates the telecommunications industry, incumbent telcos find themselves in the middle of a paradox. First, “thinking digital” is deeply embedded in their business models. They are, after all, not only providers of their own digital products and services but also enablers for other sectors, by providing the essential connectivity infrastructure for functioning and growing in the digital economy, which results in a growing demand for broadband access. Also, it is forecast that the number of digital customers will skyrocket globally, and intensity, with respect to time spent using digital platforms as a means of communicating, will increase over the next few years. At the same time, consumer behavior regarding traditional communication services is changing, and the total consumer spend on these services is expected to decline even while overall communications activity grows. Finally, as technological breakthroughs accelerate, more and more new digital natives are entering the core telco market with innovative business models and technologies, leaving many incumbents to wonder if they can keep up or if they will be displaced.

The growing force (and changing face) of digital

There are two-and-a-half billion digital customers globally who are under 25 years of age. What characterizes this group is the fact that they are “always on” and that they show a different usage behavior compared to that of the traditional “analog” consumer. On average, these young digital users spend 315 minutes online each day (versus 126 minutes for customers over 25 years). More than two-thirds of this group is on YouTube daily, and 41 percent of 18- to 32-year-olds in the United States use video-messaging-service Snapchat for 25 to 30 minutes per day.

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More than just an enabler of entertainment and social communication, digital is an instrument that helps this youth and young-adult demographic “take care of business,” with 45 percent using social media as their primary platform for customer service. In addition to digital’s popularity as a preferred way of handling business, there is the trend of “mobile only” Internet access. For example, over half of all active Facebook users access their accounts solely through their smartphones. Together, these trends—digital business and mobile access—contribute to the projection that by 2019, more than two billion users will make payments via mobile devices. Overall, this will result in an increase in the absolute number of digital customers as well as in a massive increase in the amount of time that consumers spend when using communication and broadband services globally. According to Ovum, communication intensity in regard tof time spent will grow by 63 percent over the next ten years.

Cannibalizing voice and messaging—offering more for less

As the overall digital market grows—an additional billion middle-tier customers for telcos, mainly in emerging markets, is expected by 2025—the door for new over-the-top (OTT) entrants is opening. These digital natives are offering the same staple services of voice, messaging, and video calls that used to be the domain of traditional telcos. In particular, OTT players such as Apple’s FaceTime, Google Hangouts, Skype, Tencent QQ or Tencent’s WeChat, and WhatsApp threaten to cannibalize these staple offerings with innovative, easy-to-use, and even more-attractive messaging and communication services.

Just a few years ago, messaging, fixed voice, and mobile voice services from OTT players accounted for 9, 11, and 2 percent of relevant revenue, respectively. Several scenarios run by McKinsey & Company reveal the possibility of a jump in share for each of these services. In the most aggressive scenario, the share of messaging, fixed voice, and mobile voice provided by OTT players could be at 60, 50, and 25 percent, respectively, by 2018 in an all-IP environment (Exhibit 1). As those service offerings are being built on innovative business models, they will be available to users at a much lower price than traditional telcos are able to offer. According to Ovum, this will likely result in a drop in spending on traditional communication services by 36 percent over the next ten years, further pushing incumbent telcos to the margins of voice and data provision.

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Increasing demand for communication infrastructure—broadband-access hype

“Thinking digital” is deeply embedded in telcos’ business models. They not only provide their own digital products and services but also the essential connectivity infrastructure that allows other sectors to function and grow in the digital economy.

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The digitization trend is currently challenging every sector in industry and society. In almost all cases it is having dramatic, if not disruptive, effects on existing traditional industry dynamics and business models. Hence, all companies and institutions will have to think about how to deal with this digital revolution and what their role in the newly arising digital ecosystems might be. Digital is all about data, but its full value can only be delivered when adequate IT and technology form the infrastructure that seamlessly connects that data and enables its exchange—anytime and anywhere. This growing demand for connectivity will require companies to have broadband access and a gigabyte or high-speed infrastructure, which would result in a rise in spending for ubiquitous broadband access.

As we also strongly believe in the rise of the Internet of Things (IoT) and Industry 4.0 as major drivers of this digital revolution, we can expect to experience an increasing demand in machine-to-machine and cloud services. McKinsey estimates that IoT’s potential economic impact on factories will rise to as much as $3.7 trillion a year by 2025, mainly from productivity improvements, including as much as 20 percent in energy savings and 25 percent in potential labor-efficiency improvement. To deliver this value, IoT envisions a world of connected devices that goes beyond mobile phones and smart watches. Everyday objects would be linked, that is, they would be able to send and receive data to and from one other. This level of connectivity would require additional, related IT and infrastructure services, which would further drive telco revenues.

Value chain takeover—new technologies and increasing competition

Market forecasts are predicting increasing margin pressure but no sea change with respect to fundamentally questioning the relevance of telcos in the future. There is, however, something going on in the traditional telco value chain and competitive landscape that is jeopardizing the existing telco business model. Not only are we experiencing increasing competition among traditional companies—telcos, cable providers, and mobile virtual network operators—new OTT entrants are also cannibalizing services, and Internet and other tech giants are moving onto the traditional telco and media terrain as well. Amazon, Apple, Baidu, Google, Microsoft, Samsung, and Tencent, as well as pure tech companies such as Cisco, Huawei, IBM, and ZTE, are all growing their presence across the traditional telecom’s value chain with innovative technologies—from network and service through devices and operating systems to applications and media. And, to make things even more challenging, many large and medium-size companies—telcos’ traditional customers—are starting to build their own infrastructures.

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OTT players are offering core telco services such as voice or messaging, and the media space is becoming their domain. Tech and Internet companies are also increasingly active in growth areas, such as cloud space and services, competing with telcos for clients and revenue. They are tying customers to their own ecosystems, while making reliance on traditional operators a thing of the past. With carrier-neutral connectivity (for example, e-SIM), many tech and Internet companies are enabling seamless changes between operators and eliminating the hassle of changing telecom providers. Hence, digital players are systematically attacking existing telco profit pools and will continue to do so—eating up telcos’ revenues and margins. This makes differentiation purely on B2C products for traditional telcos a highly questionable proposition in the future.

In addition to these revenue-eroding trends, regulatory developments—especially in Europe—have cut down roaming revenues dramatically. All told, the opportunities that newcomers, tech, and Internet players are capitalizing on may slow growth for traditional telcos, costing them upward of $300 billion. Worldwide, the compound annual growth rate (CAGR) for traditional telcos is estimated at only 0.7 percent through 2020. For many telcos, largely in developed markets, the outlook is especially disappointing with projected negative growth. Telcos in Western Europe and in Central and Eastern Europe are facing –1.5 and –1.3 percent average growth, respectively, over the next four years, while those in North America are expected to barely tread water with growth at only about 0.3 percent.

Additionally, these new entrants—with their global reach and a focus more on software and service than on hardware and infrastructure—also enjoy significantly higher stock valuations than do incumbent telcos. This is because their growth potential is seen as much higher than that of those traditional incumbents continuing to operate under their existing business models.

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Implications and opportunities for telcos

For traditional telcos, this disruption, enabled by digitization, is anything but ordinary. Developments in digital technology threaten their current investments and put their cost baseline under significant pressure. New competitors are entering the core space of telcos, which will reshape the existing company landscape. In addition, telcos will continue to be forced to make major investments in future network technology. But the cost of just doing this alone is expected to result in a drop in revenue in the order of 15 to 30 percent. Nevertheless, the growing importance and demand for connectivity and broadband access will ensure that there will be some growth opportunities out there, too.

To remain relevant in an increasingly digital space, incumbent telcos are advised to consider two strategic moves and, if appropriate, take immediate action: 1) make the core business “super slim,” cost efficient, and more agile and 2) identify new growth areas in the space that combines the great potential of digitization and telcos’ existing core competencies.

The super-slim telco—a no-regrets move

Given the mounting pressure that telcos are experiencing—particularly in Europe, where CAGR was –1.8 percent between 2014 and 2016—seeking greater efficiencies in core areas and establishing a super-slim telco are no-regrets moves. But to get there, telcos will need to rethink their operating models.

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Transforming business models to optimize efficiency hinges on the implementation of digital in B2B, commercial, and B2C and spans all processes from marketing and sales through network all the way to customer support. Especially areas that are driving the highest costs, such as the network technologies, need to be reworked and moved into an IT-centric and more software-driven environment. Such a move should reduce related baseline costs by 30 to 70 percent, improve time to market and agility, and enable flexibility and self-provisioning capabilities—but usually takes some time. Also, telcos can learn from other leading pure digital players and pursue developments to, for example, completely digitize their customer front ends (including service), develop and deliver products that are completely software generated (no in-home hardware), and fully automate processes, such as billing and service coordination. In this area, some telcos are already making progress. But the real benchmarks can be found within the crowd of pure digital players, who have learned to rethink their processes completely, making them digital, extremely agile, and cost efficient.

Business opportunity in B2B

While the odds may be stacked against telcos in reclaiming the pole position in the B2C space, the good news is that telcos can capture new business opportunities in B2B, as this space is just beginning to develop. Here, specifically, telcos can leverage their infrastructure advantage—combining this with state-of-the-art digital technology—and position themselves as the backbone of fast-growing digital ecosystems, especially around IoT, security, and Industry 4.0. This position spans the categories of network, product, and services and offers telcos the possibility of taking leading (sometimes exclusive) roles in, for example, intelligent networks, solutions in information and communications technology (ICT), cloud services, analytics, IoT platforms and security solutions, billing, and customer relationship management. Evidence of this as a potentially attractive space can be seen in the growing adjacencies-related announcements of operators in IT and technology in their quest to meet the customer’s appetite for ICT solutions and IoT. Unfortunately, experience shows that telcos have historically only found success in transversal products (for example, security, IoT, and cloud services for regional small and medium-size segments). In all other areas, telcos have developed great ideas but have failed to successfully execute them.

One example of the connectivity and value-added solutions that telcos might explore could be playing a dominant role in smart-city infrastructure. The existing infrastructure needs to be transformed into a smart infrastructure (for example, converting traditional passive pipes into self-regulating active and smart pipes or changing streetlights into intelligent streetlights). Additionally, the whole smart-city infrastructure needs a level of connectivity on the order of a gigabyte as well as the capacity to provide additional services, such as billing or analytics.

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A second example of telcos’ infrastructure opportunity is the role they might play as the platform for Industry 4.0 or IoT. In this case, a network operator would serve as the backbone or platform of the complex data flow that links machine sensors to back-end services, such as analytics or cybersecurity, and transportation supply-chain infrastructure to navigation, factory floors, social media, and logistics apps. This could be highly attractive because machine-to-machine revenues are projected to grow by double digits over the next few years. Other examples for telcos include the provision of healthcare infrastructure, platforms for smart mobility, or enabling B2B2C consumer-retailer networks.

While increasing digitization presents B2B opportunities for traditional telcos, leaders should be aware that the competition in this infrastructure and value-added space will be intense. Players from across telecom and other sectors will pursue these revenue opportunities; however, only a select few will capture the value and move further into the enterprise space.

Competing with digital natives in B2C in the areas of voice, video, and messaging might be an uphill battle, yet even here some options do exist for telcos in B2C. Combining their core competencies with opportunities in digital technologies, telcos might consider options for offering connected platforms for smart homes, self-marketing, digital entertainment and secure-cloud and data services for individual consumers.

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The digital B2B market for traditional telcos is in its early stages, but it is fast-growing and expanding. Large OTT players, however, are not sleeping—they have already started to look beyond the pure B2C space into B2B, and they are trying to conquer it as well (Exhibit 2). For example, Amazon, IBM, and Microsoft—the largest cloud-services players by far in the Americas and Europe—are making B2B inroads. Of these, Amazon is already positioning a B2B sales platform. Alibaba, Huawei, and others are following suit out of Asia, as traditional telcos are currently asking for their inexpensive services. And while some tech and Internet companies have already started to discover this B2B space, telcos have yet to enter this arena. Most telcos know about the B2B opportunity, including its inherent challenges, but are having a hard time operationalizing it. So, the time for telcos to act and fix their execution problem is now. Without swift action, they will almost certainly fall behind once again, because OTT and tech players will do everything in their power to dominate the B2B space.

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The telecom industry is on course to becoming unrecognizable within ten years’ time in a “do nothing” scenario. The global market for potential customers is still growing, but the forecast for traditional telcos is for low revenue growth and shrinking margins, because of increasing competition from OTT and technology players. Despite the inevitable change, opportunities exist for those that are willing to accept the challenge and initiate change. To survive in an environment where digital dominates, telcos must create a super slim and efficient core business. To thrive, they will need to strategically define and aggressively pursue growth areas. Many have come up with innovative digital ideas, but ideas will not be enough. Telcos have already ceded much of the value in B2C to OTT and tech companies. Without a demonstrated commitment to excellence in execution, they risk losing out on the B2B opportunity to these same players as well.

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What is telecom strategy 2023? ›

In 2023, telcos will replatform to the cloud to achieve the cost benefits the cloud gives them including speed, better resilience, scalability, and innovation, including the building of services to enable 5G and edge computing services through cloud platforms.

What is the future growth of telecom? ›

India has approximately 3.5 million kilometres of OFC, and about 36% of towers are fiberized. It is necessary to explore and utilize the opportunities presented by next generation-networks like 5G and other pioneering network access technologies. As per NBM targets, by the end of 2024, 70% of towers will be fiberized.

What is Ott in telecom? ›

Telco-OTT (Over-The-Top) is where a telecommunications service provider delivers one or more services across an IP network.

How telecommunications is improving the world? ›

The impact of telecommunications on society has not only been related to enabling voice and data connectivity, but it has also contributed significantly to improving the quality of life and provided individuals with the means to face disasters, and other less significant daily life problems.

What is the telecom industry forecast for 2023? ›

One of the most noticeable 2023 trends in telecom industry will begin to see 5G offered as a standalone service. As a result, consumers will continue to enjoy the speed of 5G and begin to see the rollout of new apps and digital services offering greater security and stability than was previously possible.

What are the competitive strategy of telecommunication industry? ›

A major competitive advantage in the telecommunications industry comes from efficient network management, which relies on knowing how the network is used, e.g., what devices consumers use to go online.

Which is the fastest growing telecom market? ›

According to a Zenith Media survey, India is expected to become the fastest-growing telecom advertisement market, with an annual growth rate of 11% between 2020 and 2023. The Indian Government is planning to develop 100 smart city projects, and IoT will play a vital role in developing these cities.

What is the industry growth rate for telecom? ›

The global telecom market grew from $2868.37 billion in 2022 to $3041.8 billion in 2023 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.0%.

How will 5G change telecommunications? ›

5G wireless technology is meant to deliver higher multi-Gbps peak data speeds, ultra low latency, more reliability, massive network capacity, increased availability, and a more uniform user experience to more users. Higher performance and improved efficiency empower new user experiences and connects new industries.

What is the difference between telecom and OTT? ›

COAI said that telcos create the network and pay for it, internet service providers buy bandwidth from that network and provide services to the consumers, who pay for the services. OTTs ride on this network for free, give services to users and profit off the existing infrastructure.

What is the difference between digital and OTT? ›

VOD also refers to video-on-demand services through the cable network. OTT is a subset of the overall VOD category and it is transmitted to the viewer via the internet without requiring users to subscribe to a traditional cable or satellite pay-TV service.

What is OTT and example? ›

OTT (over-the-top) is a means of providing television and film content over the internet at the request and to suit the requirements of the individual consumer. The term itself stands for “over-the-top”, which implies that a content provider is going over the top of existing internet services.

What is the next big thing in telecom? ›

5G technology will finally become mainstream, enable 5G monetization, and enter the first stage of use cases. The Internet of Things (IoT) will continue to grow rapidly, mainly because of 5G technology. Artificial intelligence will play a more significant role in telecommunications.

What is the digital transformation of telcos? ›

What does digital transformation mean for the telecommunication industry? Digital transformation in the telecommunication sector means that service providers expand and improve their services through implementing new digital technology in their business. These services include: Phone service.

What are the key success factors in the telecommunications industry? ›

Six critical success factors for telcos preparing Radio Access Networks for 5G
  • Extending IT hardware for telecom. ...
  • Cloud capabilities and insight. ...
  • Engineering and installation expertise. ...
  • End-to-end security. ...
  • Accelerating decarbonization. ...
  • Seamless integration.
Mar 29, 2021

What is the future of telecom analytics? ›

Telecom Analytics Market Snapshot (2022-2032)

[250 Pages Report] Telecom Analytics Market analysis report by Future Market Insights shows that global sales of Telecom Analytics Market in 2022 was held at US$ 5.5 Bn. The projected market growth during 2022 – 2032 is expected to be 14%.

Is telecommunications a growing industry? ›

Wireless communications is a very fast-growing sub-sector industry. More and more communications and computing methods are shifting to mobile devices and cloud-based technology. These areas of the industry represent the anticipated keystone for the continued global expansion of the telecommunications sector.

Is the telecom market growing? ›

The global telecommunication services market size was valued at $1602.5 billion in 2021, and is projected to reach $2556.2 billion by 2031, growing at a CAGR of 5.1% from 2022 to 2031.

What are the 4 four major competitive strategies? ›

Porter's four competitive strategies are cost leadership, differentiation, cost focus, and differentiation focus strategies.

What are the 4 major competitive strategies? ›

Here are four types of competitive strategy and an example for each:
  • Cost leadership strategy. ...
  • Differentiation leadership strategy. ...
  • Cost focus strategy. ...
  • Differentiation focus strategy.
Mar 10, 2023

What are the three 3 competitive business strategies? ›

The two basic types of competitive advantage combined with the scope of activities for which a firm seeks to achieve them, lead to three generic strategies for achieving above average performance in an industry: cost leadership, differentiation, and focus.

Who is the No 1 telecom in the US? ›

#1 AT&T Inc.

Its services and products include wireless communications, data/broadband and internet services, local and long-distance telephone services, telecommunications equipment, managed networking, and feature film, and television. In April 2022, Discovery, Inc.

Who is the market leader in telecom industry? ›

With 426.17 Mn users, Reliance Jio remained the largest Indian telecom operator as of January 31, 2023.

Who is the second largest telecommunication market in the world? ›

The Telecom industry in India is the second largest in the world with a subscriber base of 1.17 bn as of September 2022 (wireless + wireline subscribers).

Which country has the largest telecom industry? ›

Which one of the following countries has the largest telecom network i... India has one of the largest telecom networks in Asia because India have developed so much in communication technology.

What technology will replace 5G? ›

6G (sixth-generation wireless) is the successor to 5G cellular technology. 6G networks will be able to use higher frequencies than 5G networks and provide substantially higher capacity and much lower latency.

Is 5G better than LTE? ›

One of the most significant advantages of 5G over LTE is that it offers much lower latency and faster download speeds. 5G networks can achieve these speeds because they operate at higher frequency bands than LTE networks. The higher the frequency waves, the more data can be transmitted in a given amount of time.

Is 5G going to replace WIFI? ›

The average end user will not understand this and perceive their WIFI devices to be less reliable compared to a mobile connection. The mobile connection provides instant connectivity. 5G will not replace WIFI, in the same way as 4G has not replaced WIFI.

What is disadvantage of OTT? ›

Disadvantages of OTT Platforms
  • Necessary internet connection - The content can be accessed only in online mode. ...
  • The connection can affect the quality of the content - Even after paying for the subscription, which is a fee charged for the content and its quality. ...
  • Threat to Security - ...
  • No Censorship - ...
  • Time wastage -

Is Netflix an OTT provider? ›

Over The Top Media Services in Programmatic Advertising. The OTT abbreviation stands for 'Over the Top' media services. OTT meaning is described as the use of the internet to access and stream content. All the major OTT providers include companies such as Netflix, Hulu, and HBO.

Which OTT service is best? ›

10 Best OTT Platforms in India for Binge-Watching in 2023
  • Netflix.
  • Amazon Prime Video.
  • Disney+Hotstar.
  • ALT Balaji.
  • Aha.
  • Voot.
  • MX Player.
  • JioCinema.
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Is Apple TV an OTT? ›

As we all know, Apple TV is one of the market's most popular OTT platforms. So it's no surprise that Apple TV app development is becoming increasingly popular. Apple's streaming service is not just easy to use, but TVOS also integrates with other Apple devices.

Is Roku considered OTT? ›

Broadcasters or OTT platforms provide exclusive streaming content (Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, Discovery+). Connected devices or OTT devices are physical devices that enable streaming through your screens (Chromecast, Roku, Amazon Fire TV Stick).

How many types of OTT are there? ›

OTT can be bifurcated into three types. OTT Television: Apple TV, Amazon Fire Stick, Xbox, Playstation. OTT Video: Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hotstar, etc. OTT Messaging: WhatsApp, Facebook messenger and many more.

Is Amazon an OTT? ›

Amazon OTT (over-the-top) is streaming TV, which refers to any type of streaming media content delivered over the Internet. It includes subscription-based streaming services where consumers can access content on-demand without having to go through a traditional satellite or cable provider.

What are the objectives of OTT platforms? ›

OTT stands for Over-the-Top. The OTT umbrella supports the delivery of film and TV content over the internet, merging television and digital video to forge a singular, revolving content stream.

Who is the largest telecommunications network? ›

Top 10 largest telecommunications companies 2023
  • Telefonica, S.A.
  • Orange S.A.
  • Vodafone Group Plc.
  • China Telecommunications Corporation.
  • China Mobile Communications Group Ltd.
  • Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation.
  • Comcast Corporation.
  • Deutsche Telekom AG.
Apr 5, 2023

What is the biggest telecommunication tower? ›

Towers taller than 250 meters
1Tokyo SkytreeJapan
2Canton TowerChina
3CN TowerCanada
4Ostankino TowerRussia
60 more rows

What is the largest telecom event? ›

1. MWC Barcelona. The MWC (formally known as Mobile World Congress) is the world's largest exhibition for the mobile industry. In 2019, the annual communications industry event attracted over 109,000 visitors from 198 countries and territories.

What are the 3 R's of digital transformation? ›

It requires 3 Rs: right technology, right process, and right scope. Technology is the key to digital transformation.

What are the 3 key success factors? ›

2. Understand the types of key success factors
  • Strategic focus. This key success factor relates to an organization's leadership and strategy. ...
  • People. This refers to the human resources in an organization. ...
  • Operations. An organization's operations refer to the normal functioning of its business processes. ...
  • Finances.
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What are the 5 key success factors? ›

The five critical success factors are strategic focus, people, operations, marketing, and finances. How to find success factors? The first step in finding and identifying success factors is understanding the overall objective of a project and the processes required to achieve it.

What are the six leading success factors? ›

“six success factors” — focused, directed, nurtured, engaged, connected, and valued (see sidebar, Six Success Factors Defined).

What is Orange 2025 strategic plan? ›

Orange has set a target to save an additional 600 million euros by 2025, on a cost base of 11.8 billion euros. The Group's investments peaked in 2022 and will fall from 18% of revenues to around 15% from 2023 and for the duration of the plan.

What is the digital infrastructure strategy 2025? ›

The largest cities and their main transport routes should be covered by 5G networks by the end of 2025. The measures outlined in the strategy will make infrastructure construction more cost- effective and licence procedures more streamlined that at present. Service competition will be promoted through network openness.

What is the global big data analytics market forecast to 2023? ›

The global big data analytics market size was valued at USD 271.83 billion in 2022. The market is projected to grow from USD 307.52 billion in 2023 to USD 745.15 billion by 2030, exhibiting a CAGR of 13.5% during the forecast period.

What is the future of AI in telecom industry? ›

By 2030, the market for artificial intelligence in telecommunications is projected to be worth USD 10.30 billion, rising at a 43.10% CAGR between 2022 and 2030.

Why is big data important in telecom industry? ›

Big data can help telecom companies to increase profitability by helping optimize network usage and services, enhance customer experience, and improve security. Big data also provides the telecommunications industry with access to new opportunities.

What is 2023 2027 strategic plan? ›

The 2023-2027 Strategic Plan is the third such plan of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR). Prepared with the wide-ranging participation of the main interested parties, both internal and external, it will be an institutional roadmap for the next five years.

What is strategy 2023 2028? ›

The 2023-2028 strategy builds on the successful development of ESMA over its first decade. It also takes into account the implementation of significant legislative changes, material progress in supervisory convergence and the uptake of new supervisory mandates.

What is a five year strategic plan for? ›

A five-year business plan is a strategic roadmap to help businesses better achieve long-term goals, such as obtaining investments or producing a certain amount of revenue. These plans often include details that help illustrate the specific goals of a business and how they plan to achieve those goals.


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