Article 2: Successfully Profiting from VoIP over Mobile Report

As you know, I love anything and everything VoIP. So there should no surprise when I share with you this new report on making money with VoIP and mobility. The basic idea is this: MVoIP is HOT. Granted the report writing firm, Reportlinker, wants to sell you a report, there is enough meat on those VoIP bones (below) to give you a richer understanding of the mVoIP opportunity. Read on!


Reportlinker Adds The mVoIP Market 2009-2014 – Successfully Profiting from VoIP over Mobile Report

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Report Details

• Skype Launch for iPhone Official, just announced • Skype set to launch mVoIP with Blackberry Two brand new headlines just announced.

Latest news

Skype for sale?: Reports that the VoIP market leader Skype is up for sale on eBay have resurfaced in the market again. Will eBay offload the Skype from its portfolio? Is it acceptable for the eBay to sell Skype – its most valuable asset? – an analysis of the scenario is presented inside this report.

Google Voice

Google has stepped up the launch of Google Voice – which is perceived as threat to traditional networks and over-the-top market providers like Skype. An overview of what Google Voice and how does it work is available in the report.

BT to launch mobile VoIP

BT Inmo, a wholly owned subsidiary of BT, has bought a licence to globally market and sell mobile VoIP, based on a solution from the US firm Qnective. It is developing a mobile VoIP solution set for BT Global Services, which it will base on Qnective’s Qtalk products. Skype’s launch of its VoIP client for the Apple iPhone, and plans for another launch on the RIM’s Blackberry platform in 2009, are the latest developments in the implementation of VoIP services on mobile phones, a market which has grown in importance recently. The introduction of 3G handsets and smartphones in the market and deployment of 3G and 4G network technologies have raised the prospects for all stakeholders of the telecoms industry, providing equal opportunities for growth for callable companies, traditional fixed-line operators, mobile operators, over-the-top market vendors and third-party application developers. The IP-convergence/substitution has made multi-service offerings in a unified communication environment possible; telecoms operators can now diversify their business from one area to a number of areas, where the mobile phone has emerged as a central device to connect end-users. mVoIP is now lining up to challenge the established technologies with the introduction of products and services that meet the needs of modern business and technology savvy consumers. Consequently, service providers are aggressively looking for ways to offer mVoIP to consumers. In the enterprise and SMB markets, IP-based and hosted IP telephony services are gaining in importance and are replacing TDM based products, ultimately leading to a complete take over. On the vendor side, traditional PBX vendors are being forced to develop products that are based on IP technology. Enterprise solutions are to provide the first commercially relevant mobile VoIP business. IP-based corporate PBX systems are already common, and mobile-only systems hold significantly less market share. Although there is some resistance so far by the mobile network operators to adoption of the VoIP on their networks, but deployment of the 4G technologies -WiMAX and LTE – in the near future is set to change the game for them as well. VoIP is expected to offer mobile operators significant business opportunity by allowing them to harness three powerful characteristics: • they can cut infrastructure costs and service charges to better compete with fixed operators, • they can expand their coverage by supporting access from WLAN access points, and • they an offer richer communications services to their users.

The main players
With a nationwide spread of Internet, all players in the telecoms sector – long distance and local telephone companies, cellular operators, cable providers – are embracing IP-based services. The idea is to offer converged data, landline voice, mobile and video on a single platform from a single provider. Broadband and mobile internet is playing a key role in delivering of this ‘triple-play’ and now quad-play idea. The market will be dominated by three types of players:
• IT companies
• Cable companies
• Wireline carriers
• Wireless carriers
• mVoIP entrants
• Application developers
• Content providers
• Consumers (commercial and individuals)

What does this innovative brand new report deliver?

• Implementation of VoIP on mobile:
• There are more than one ways to access VoIP on mobile phone. Is mVoIP to be a voice service, running over the DSL/ broadband IP network, on a mobile phone? Or, Are over-the-top services – that users download onto their phones to connect to services providers which are not their primary mobile service provider – to be called mVoIP? This report will provide you an insight
How big is the market opportunity? The market opportunity for mVoIP is as big as the ICT industry itself. This report will give you a complete insight of the ICT industry and market (for example broadband and internet penetration rate and telecoms services growth), with a special focus on the mobile phone industry i.e. subscribers growth, handset shipments, data growth, mobile broadband penetration, 3G uptake and developments and prospects for the deployment of 4G technologies in the future.

What will drive the mVoIP market?

The mVoIP has grown in importance. However, what will drive its future growth? This report analyses the factors that are going to influence the market and inspire its growth in the future. Can you afford to be miss out on the new emerging revenue opportunities?
The regional perspectives – The report gives an overview of the US, Canada, Europe and Asian ICT markets inspired by the robust growth in the mobile industry, with a special focus on China and India – the two countries that are driving growth in telecoms services globally.
Market reshaping developments – The report includes a separate analysis of the market reshaping developments that have taken place recently, and are set to influence and change the landscape of the mVoIP services market.
This unique one-off report delivers Interviews, quotes and critical leads in one easy to read, immediate access format. It ensures you reach the right conclusions and delivers analysis and forecasts to back up your planning.

Who should buy this report?

The companies that are involved in this market include:
• Cable companies;
• Fixed-line operators;
• VoIP service providers;
• Mobile operators;
• VoIP equipment manufacturers;
• Handset makers (Nokia, Motorola etc), as well as WLAN handset makers (Cisco, Avaya etc); and
• Internet and wireless Internet service providers (WISPs).
• Third-party application developers
• IT companies (i.e. Google and Microsoft)
• Internet, landline, wireless and mobile technologies developers and participants
• Broadband services and solutions providers
• Telecoms regulators
• Public telephony services providers
• Online application stores
• Content solutions providers
• Enterprises
• Investment companies

Table of Contents:

Executive summary

E1. VoIP goes on mobile trend

Table E1. Demography of Internet based communication services
E2. mVoIP – a compromise between economy and mobility?
E3. mVoIP – a global market opportunity
E4. What will drive mobile VoIP future adoption?
E5. Focus and scope of this report

1. An overview of mVoIP market

1.1. mVoIP: an introduction
Table. 1.1. Main global providers of commercial VoIP services

Table 1.2. Providers of VoiP services
1.2. What is mVoIP: how does it work?
1.2.1. mVoIP vs VoIP
1.3. MoIP (mobile communications over IP)
1.3.1. What is MoIP?
1.3.2. Voice over Instant Messenger
1.3.3. How does MoIP work?
1.3.4. Is MoIP different from mVoIP?
1.4. mVoIP implementation
1.4.1. Mobile phone as standard SIP client
1.4.2. Use of softswitch gateways
1.4.3. mVoIP implementation: a compromise between economy and mobility?
1.5. mVoIP technologies and standards
1.5.1. UMA
Figure 1.1.UMA architecture How does GAN work?
1.5.2. SIP
Figure 1.2. Understanding SIP – SIP in relation to different protocols
1.6. Wireless technologies
Figure 1.3. Global wireless standards
1.6.1 EDVO Rev A
1.6.2. HSDPA
1.6.3. Wi-Fi Wi-Fi standards

Table 1.3. Wi-Fi extensions Birth of voice over Wi-Fi Wi-Fi mobile phones shipment of Wi-Fi mobile handsets
1.6.4. WiMAX
1.64.1. WiMAX users worldwide to double in 2010
1.6.5. Mobile-Fi
1.6.6. LTE Voice over LTE Voice over LTE initiative – formation of VoLGA Forum

Table 1.4. LTE Initiative Volga Forum members 3G Americas IPv6 transition consideration for LTE
1.6.7. Can Femtocell compliment mVoIP?
1.7. mVoIP and mobile network technologies
1.7.1. W-CDMA
1.7.2. TD-CDMA
1.8. mVoIP implementation: proprietary protocols
1.9. RIM’s new MVS
1.9.1. Is MVS another type of Wi-Fi-based mVoIP?
1.9.2. How does MVS work?
1.9.3. RIM’s new MVS – a challenge to IP telephony?
1.10. Accessibility of VoIP on mobile phone: applications and platforms
1.10.1. Skype mobile
1.10.2. 3 Skypephone
1.10.3. iSkoot
1.10.4. Truphone
1.10.5. Fring
1.10.6. Talkonaut
1.10.7. Nimbuzz
1.10.9. Vopium
1.10.10. Gizmo5/Gizmo Project
1.11. mVoIP interoperatibility
1.11.1. Supporting technologies
1.11.2. IP interworking
Figure. 1.5. IP interworking landscape IP Interworking and FMC solutions GSMA IPI initiative IPI initiative: GSMA’s IPX proposal
Figure 1.6. The GSMA IP Packet Exchange landscape IPI initiative goals IPX trials and testing IPX commercial launch
1.12. mVoIP user-end applications – the second-stage convergence
1.12.1. Unified messaging
1.12.2. Instant messaging
1.12.3. Presence services
1.12.4. Voice recognition
1.12.5. Personal virtual assistant
1.12.6. Persistence
1.12.7. Online conferencing
1.12.8. File sharing
1.12.9. Online gaming

2. mVoIP market opportunity

2.1. mVoIP grows in importance
2.2. mVoIP market
2.2.1. mVoIP market by users
2.3. mVoIP market opportunity
2.3.1. Global ICT marketplace
2.3.2. Worldwide communication services market Size of profit pools from communications services
2.3.3. IP-based communication services Internet user-base
Figure 2.1.Key ICT indicators: Internet penetration by size class, 2007,
% of businesses with 10 or more employees Broadband market
Figure 2. 2. Global broadband penetration (per 100 inhabitants)
Figure 2.3. Global internet penetration and regional share (%) US broadband stimulus Wireless broadband market
2.3.4. Market for personal IP-based communication services IP telephony IP telephony: Skype takes the lead IP telephony equipment market Online conferencing market: US in focus
2.3.5. Telecoms services
Figure 2.4. ITU status index of fixed-line incumbents worldwide
2.3.6. Mobile phone services market Mobile phone shipments
Figure 2.5. Global handset sale forecast (2009-2014) and smartphone
share % Smartphones market share ITU predicts mobile growth despite economic downturn Worldwide mobile phone connections Mobile connections to reach 6bn by 2013?
2.3.7. Mobile broadband
Figure 2.6. Cisco global mobile data growth forecast 2008-2013 3G uptake
Figure 2.7. Mobile internet user forecast 2009-2014 Proportion of Mobile broadband to national GDP of China and
Figure 2.8. Cisco mobile data traffic growth forecast by region
2008-2013 Mobile broadband development GSMA’s mobile broadband initiative Mobile data drives investment in mobile broadband Mobile data traffic: Cisco forecast index 2008-2013 Mobile broadband capex to rise in EU
2.3.8. Mobile Internet services market mVoIP to lead mobile Internet consumption
Figure 2.9. Mobile Internet users (mn) 2008-2009 Arrival of 4G to boost all-IP mobile data solutions

3. mVoIP market driving factors

3.1. Demand to lead mVoIP growth
3.2. Market trends
3.2.1. Mobile market to sustain growth despite economic slump
3.2.2. Falling voice revenues
3.2.3. IMS – an emerging marketplace
Figure 3.1. IMS session architecture US players moving to IMS to leverage ‘U-verse’ Is commercial support for IMS still an issue?
3.3. Trends in IP outsourcing
3.3.1. Future of SIP and IP PBX
3.3.2. Future of the hosted IP telephony
3.3. 2.1. Microsoft-Vodafone hosted IP services in Europe
3.4. Future of Wi-Fi market

Table 3.1. Typical hotspot locations
3.4.1. Implications of VoIP + Wi-Fi/VoWLAN
3.5. IP convergence/substitution market
3.5.1. Change in business models
3.5.2. IP convergence market opportunities
3.5.3. Mobilising enterprise
3.5.4. Routing calls on data networks Advantage of handover between VoWLAN and mobile network
3.5.5. Nokia driving converged voice services
3.5.6. Three-Screen concept Is three-screen concept a new marketplace?
3.6. Value addition
3.6.1.Value addition through blend of services
3.6.2. Benefit of presence service
3.6.3. Driving consumer value through mVoIP Saving on call-costs Enhanced indoor coverage Unified access to multiple services Combined service-offering through single subscription
3.7. mVoIP benefits to operators
3.7.1. mVoIP to lead the way for operator to IP convergence
3.7.2. The ‘voice goes mobile’ trend to accelerate
3.7.3. Penetration into enterprise
3.7.4. Benefit of single-device subscription offering
3.7.5. Potential to harness mVoIP through MVNOs
3.7.6. Opportunity to enable differentiated services
3.7.7. Lower infrastructure development cost
3.7.8. Lower operational and maintenance costs
3.7.9. Different pricing model
3.7.10. Development of associated technologies
3.7.11. Applications development
3.7.12. Potential to increase customer-uptake
3.8. Trends in telecoms deregulation
Figure 3.2. No of regulatory agencies and % of regulators by region
3.8.1 Opening up of telecoms market: first generation reforms
3.8.2. Coming of another generation of reforms?
3.8.3. Liberalisation of international gateway
3.9. Shift in consumer behaviour
3.9.1. Spending flow: from wireline to wireless
3.9.2. Consumer demand for cheaper services to drive mVoIP
3.9.3. International calling and migrant communities’ market
segmentation International mVoIP calling – a MVNOs case study International data communication and pressure on operators for
cross-border tariff reduction Cross-border data tariffs – a battle point between EU
regulators and operators
3.10. Trends in liberalisation
3.10.1. Building open networks
3.10.2. Open networks: investment by Google, others in US
3.10.3. Availability of white space
3.10.4. White space and ‘mesh networks: a boost for Wi-Fi? on white spaces to lead to arrival of free Wi-Fi
devices Formation of White Space Database Group

4. Potential for mVoIP in Europe – an overview

4.1. Demography of European ICT market
4.1.1. EU ICT 2020 innovation strategy
4.2. Internet consumption
4.2.1. Enterprise segment
Figure 4.1. EU enterprise Internet: broadband and mobile connections to
Internet 2007-2008
4.2.2. Internet penetration by households
Figure 4.2. Top five Western European countries lead OECD broadband
4.2.3. Additional investment on Internet infrastructure
4.3. Broadband penetration
4.3.1. Western Europe leads broadband consumption above OCED average
4.3.2. Broadband for all by 2010
4.4. Telecoms services
4.4.1. Single telecoms market Spectrum management Pro-competitive rules Universal access
4.4.2. Slowdown in telecoms investment – a worrying trend?
4.5. Fixed-line telephony
4.6. Mobile market
4.6.1. Mobile penetration
4.6.2. Mobile phone shipments Western Europe leads in mobile phone sales 3G and Smartphone Mobile data market Cap on mobile data costs
4.7. IP telephony
4.7.1. VoIP growing in demand in Europe
4.7.2. Corporate mVoIP gains users in UK BT customers connect to iNUM
4.8. mVoIP adoptability
4.8.1. 3G boosts potential for mVoIP’s operators adoptability
4.8.2. Skype into Nokia handsets
Figure 4.3. Nokia strategy to integrate Skype into N97 mobile handsets Nokia’s Skype strategy draws cautious approach from MNOs
4.8.3. Orange leads VoIP market
4.8.4. 3’s skypephone strategy
4.8.5. Skype’s international mobile initiative

5. An overview of US, Latin America and Canadian markets

5. Competitive landscape of US communication services market
5.1. Innovation drives demand
5.1.1 Telecoms services
5.1.2. Telecoms services: consumers spending behaviour
5.2. Demography of US VoIP market
5.2.1. Hosted IP Centrex market
5.2.2. Cable operators dominate VoIP landscape
5.3. IP convergence
5.3.1. IP convergence and IMS growth
5.3.2. IP convergence and consumer preference
5.3.3. Online US conferencing revenue in 2008
5.3.4. Operators push for IP-convergence
5.3.5. AT&T’s three-screen concept What is three-screen? Is three-screen a new marketplace? AT&T’s network expansion plans
5.3.6. IP convergence and Verizon’s multi-network solution
5.4. Market trends
5.4. 1. Competitive mobile phone market
5.4.2. Smartphones lead otherwise sluggish market
5.4.3. 3G uptake
5.4.4. Wireless data revenues growth
Figure 5.1. Americas mobile data share in comparison with other
5.4.5. Mobile phone subscribers Small operators gaining ground
5.4.6. Mobile broadband market Rural mobile broadband initiative
5.5. Key mVoIP service providers
5.5.1. Gizmo Project
5.5.2. Google Talk and now Google voice
5.5.3. iChat
5.5.4. Jajah
Figure 5.2. Jajah native VoIP application for iPhone Jajah’s ‘white-label’ solution for mVoIP start-ups
5.5.5. ooVoo
5.5.6. SightSpeed
5.5.7. Vbuzzer
5.5.8. VoipBuster
5.5.9. Vopium launches in US
5.5.10. Skype – a market within market
5.6. Business VoIP adoption gains grounds
5.7. Latin America
5.7.1. Latin American market opportunity
5.7.2. Fixed-line density
5.7.3. Broadband penetration
5.7.4. Mobile phone penetration
5.7.5. Mobile phone shipments
5.7.6. GSM subscribers base
5.7.7. Market for IP-based voice services
5.8. Canada
5.8.1. Landscape of Canadian communications services
5.8.2 ICT market
5.8.3. Telecoms market
5.8.4. GDP in Canadian wireless industry
5.8.5. Fixed line telephony on decline
5.8.6. Mobile phone market
5.8.7. Mobile broadband ranking
5.8.8. Demand for VoIP services

6. Asian market

6.1. ICT market opportunity
6.1.1. Internet penetration rate
Figure 6.1. Internet penetration rate in Asia in comparision to other
regions (%)
6.1.2. Broadband market
Figure 6.2. China and Indian top Asian markets in terms Internet
penetration rate (mn) broadband stimulates Australian economy
6.2. Telecoms services market
6.2.1. Fixed-line telecoms services
6.2.2. Mobile phone market
6.2.3. Asia will sustain mobile market growth despite economic slowdown
6.2.4. South Korea catching in on 100% mobile penetration rate
6.2.5. Japan mobile phone market faces flat future
6.2.6. China mobile expansion scale escalates
6.2.7. India strengthens mobile market position globally
6.3. Mobile phone shipments in Asia
6.3. Mobile broadband
6.3.1. Mobile broadband market penetration
6.3.2. Telenor predicts tremendous growth in mobile broadband in Asia
6.3.3. Mobile broadband contributes billions to China’s GDP
6.3.4. China Mobile aims for 100mn 3G users by 2011
6.3.5. 3G auction in Thailand and MNOs investment plans
6.4. mobile VoIP opportunity
6.4.1. Potential for growth in mVoIP
6.4.2. WiMAX key to Asia’s mobile VoIP market
6.4.3.Internet phone use picks up growth in South Korea
6.5. China and India – markets within the market
6.5.1. Telecoms services
6.5.2. China and India drive telecoms spending
6.5.3. Demography of Indian telecoms services India telecoms market stays robust Potential for telecoms growth India’s WiMAX users by 2012 3G deployment to change India telecoms market landscape 3G spectrum auction delays costing India billions 3G auction and the Capex rush Global operators’ commitment grows for India India’s pan-India ambitions – entrants of new operators
6.5.4. China’s mobile expansion scale 3G development to promote expansion 3G spectrum allocation China’s burgeoning mobile Internet to open opportunities for
mVoIP China Unicom experiments free mobile Internet Beijing Telecom EV-DO network in commercial launch China Voice Holding teleconferencing application for 3G users

7. Security and regulations

7.1. Security mechanism for IP telephony
7.1.1. Security concerns and network gateways
7.1.2. Security vital for VoIP services to win customers over
traditional networks
7.2. Types of security threats and vulnerabilities
Figure 7.1. Security layout of IP-based networks and vulnerabilities
7.2.1. Denial of service
7.2.2 Spam over Internet Telephony
7.2.3. Fraud
7.2.4. Tapping/intruding
7.2.5. Official tapping
7.2.6. Confidentiality
7.3. Quality of services and security concerns
7.3.1. Speed and quality
7.3.2. Quality of service and latency
7.3.3. Jitters can be detrimental to QoS
7.3.4. Packet loss
7.3.5. Quality of service implications for security
7.3.6. Encryption and QoS issues
7.3.7. Authentication and integrity
7.3.8. Simplified call enabling procedures
7.4. Regulations
7.4.1. Regulating IP-based telephony segment
7.4.2. Attitudes in developing countries to restrict VoIP

Table 7.1. Countries and status of laws regulating VoIP
7.4.3. US Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act E-911
7.4.4. Canada
7.4.5. Latin America
7.4.6. EU
7.4.7. Asia India UAE Korea Japan China

8. Market reshaping developments

8.1.Latest developments
8.2.1.BT’s global mobile VoIP service
8.2.2. BT to launch cellular-only FMC
8.3. Google
8.3.1 Google Voice – Google to simplify the way phone calls are handled
Figure 8.1. Google Voice testing
8.3.2. Is Google Voice a threat to Skype, telecoms companies?
8.4. Skype
8.4.1. Skype for sale?
8.4.2. Will eBay unload Skype – its fastest-growing asset?
8.4.3. eBay’s new financial targets for Skype
8.4.4. Skype to pre-load into Nokia mobile devices
8.4.5.Skype on Google’s Android
8.4.6.Skype for iPhone
Figure 8.2. Skype’s mVoIP client downable on iPhone
8.4.7. T-Mobile’s Skypeless VoIP strategy
8.5.1. RIM’s new MVS
8.5.2. Is RIM’s new MVS a challenge to IP telephony?
8.6. US ‘White Space’ and expected arrival of free Wi-Fi devices
8.6.1. Promised innovation on White Space – formation of database group
8.7. New US carrier promises unlimited 3G data, VOIP
8.8. Broadcom unveils new platform for VoIP phones
8.9. India delays VoIP liberalisation
8.10. Time to invest in mobile messaging?
8.11. JAJAH expands VoIP services
8.12. AT&T, Avaya to launch mobile convergence solution for corporate
8.13. Verizon’s unified communications manage services offering
8.14. Vyke in mobile VoIP deal with Nimbuzz
8.15. Tuitalk’s ‘free’ international calling
8.16. Truphone
8.16.1.Truphone anywhere Service
8.16.2. Truphone support to Paypal

9. Interview, quotes and useful leads

9.1. Steven Shaw, VP Market Development, Kineto Wireless
9.2.1. MD 3G Group on mobile broadband
9.2.2. Stefan Oberg, VP Skype for Business on launch of Skype for SIP
9.2.3. GSMA CTO on IPX and IP interworking
9.4. Leads

10. Conclusion

10.1. Future of mVoIP
10.2. What will drive mVoIP market?
10.2.1. ICT market opportunity
10.2.2. Telecoms services market
10.2.3. Mobile phone market expansion
10.3. Consumer demand
10.3.1. Individual users
10.4. Industrial adoptability
10.4.1. MNOs Are MNOs willing to adopt over-the-top mVoIP? Can operators afford to continue to ignore mVoIP? Will MNOs adjust prices to thwart threat from over-the-top
mVoIP? Will 4G change the game for all?
Figure 10.1. Global LTE subscribers forecast 2010-2014
10.4.2. MVNOs
10.4.3. Fixed operators
10.5. Third-party applications developers
10.6. Corporate VoIP users
10.6.1. Mobilising enterprise
10.7. Falling operator revenue
10.8. Emergence of IMS
10.9. Trends in IP outsourcing
10.10. Future of SIP and IP PBX
10.11. Future of hosted IP telephony
10.12. Future of Wi-Fi market
10.13. IP convergence/substitution market
10.14. Key concerns/threats
10.14.1. Security and privacy
10.14.2. Confusion over what is mVoIP
10.14.3. Confusion over pricing
10.14.4. Confusion over emergency calling
10.14.5. Lack of awareness
10.14.6. Availability of handsets
10.14.7. Handset pricing
10.14.8. Different business approaches
10.14.9 MNOs resistance to over-the-top market
10.15. Recommendations
10.15.1 Holistic approach
10.15.2. Market-specific recommendations
10.16. Key forecasts
10.16.1. Demography of mVoIP future growth
Figure 10.2. Mobile VoIP users forecast 2008-2014
10.17. Regional overview
Figure 10.3. Mobile VoIP regional growth forecast 2009-2014


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