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CAUDIT and Ovum Announce Partnership to Boost Cutting-Edge Technologies in Higher Education and Research Institutes

03 Dec 2018

CAUDIT and Ovum have announced an agreement to collaborate on strategic initiatives of common significance. Supporting IT leadership within the higher education and research sector through sharing global and local data and insights will bring substantial benefits to both organisations and universities across Australia and New Zealand.

World Broadband Information Service

New Ovum forecast highlights power of next-gen broadband access, supporting residential and 5G wireless

09 May 2018

Ovum’s Fixed Broadband Access Equipment Forecast 2017-2023: PON, xDSL, CMTS/CCAP report, an annual study of the global fixed broadband access equipment market, shows growth across all next-gen technologies. According to Ovum, by 2023, next-gen will account for 83% of global broadband access equipment revenues. 


Africa is poised for 5G - But 3G and 4G will be the main drivers of mobile broadband in Africa over the coming years

By Matthew Reed 08 Nov 2018

Advanced operators and markets in Africa are poised for early 5G launches, with South Africa, Kenya, Namibia, and Mauritius expected to launch mobile 5G services by 2022, according to recent forecasts by Ovum.

World TV Information Service

Nokia unveils worldwide IoT network grid as a service

10 Feb 2017

In an attempt to kick-start the Internet of Things (IoT) market, Nokia says it’s offering a worldwide IoT network grid (WING) as a service to give its traditional service provider customers and enterprises a one-stop-shop for all their IoT needs, across geographies. Nokia’s WING endeavor received the endorsement of Alexandra Rehak, head of Ovum’s IoT practice, who said the complexity of IoT deployment, service development and business models makes it imperative for market participants to play to their strengths and build long-form, flexible partnerships....

Internet of Things

Cloudera joins open source eclipse IoT community

19 Sep 2017

Cloudera, Inc., the modern platform for machine learning and analytics, optimised for the cloud, announced it has joined the Eclipse Foundation as a Solutions member and will participate in the Eclipse IoT Working Group. Ovum's Alexandra Rehak explains that With billions of connected ‘things’ on the horizon, the volume of data to be analysed will increase dramatically and end user organisations will be looking for IoT solution architectures that embrace open standards and enable innovation,”

Internet of Things

Capacity Media: Accelerating into the future

25 May 2017

The era of the connected car, and beyond that the fully autonomous vehicle, promises to be an interesting journey, and perhaps an important new revenue stream for carriers. Alexandra Rehak, IoT Practice Leader, shares the Ovum view around connected car ecosystem...

Internet of Things

Internet of Things World Europe 2016: the drivers of IoT projects

23 Nov 2016

The organizers (Informa PLC) had a successful 3-day Internet of Things World in the US earlier in 2016 and brought the European edition to Ireland’s capital Dublin. Alexandra Rehak, stated that “we are at the start of a shift in technology, and it’s going to impact us all”. The start was indeed the right choice of words if we look at the market and the drivers of IoT projects.

Enterprise Technology IT, Internet of Things

Google’s ‘Curious’ Xively Buy Bolsters Its Cloud IoT Data Effort

16 Feb 2018

With the goal of improving enterprise cloud data services for the IoT, Google says it will buy Xively, an IoT PaaS and consulting company, from LogMeIn. The Xively acquisition will help Google to expand its features and deliver a more complete IoT offering for enterprises, Ovum analyst Alexandra Rehak told Channel Partners.

World TV Information Service

Light Reading: US Pay-TV Crashing but May Not Burn

By Stéphane Téral 17 Apr 2018

In a new study, LR's sister firm projects that US pay-TV providers will continue losing subscribers but should cope by evolving their businesses. In a new report, Ovum Ltd. projects that US cable, satellite and telco TV providers will continue shedding video subscribers over the next four years as consumers keep cutting the cord and switching over to OTT video...

Internet of Things

African IoT

14 Aug 2017

Investment in IoT in Africa can radically improve agricultural outputs and increase efficiencies at understaffed and overworked hospitals. Alexandra Rehak says that IoT's role in Africa will be to contribute to sustainability - energy and resource development and usage, agriculture, and conservation efforts.