- Language: English
- 10 Pages
- Published: August 2013
Trusted Service Manager (TSM) for NFC market 2011
- Published: May 2011
- 82 Pages
- Smart Insights
Numerous mobile network operators (MNOs), handset vendors, mass-transit operators, financial institutions, and other players are on the verge of launching NFC wide-scale projects.
The report investigates the various models for Trusted Service Manager (TSM) operations: by the mobile network operator, by the financial instituion, by other service providers, or by Trusted Third Parties (TTP). This Smart Insights Report provides evaluations for both the TSM platform vendor and the TSM service provider markets that demionstrate the business is to experience a CAGR over 75%, and become a multi-billion Euro market from 2013 onwards.
Smart Insights Report “Trusted Service Manager (TSM) for NFC Market 2011" provides readers with a thorough understanding of the complexity of the NFC (Near Field Communication) ecosystem, and the need and positioning for Trusted Service Management.
In 2011, many positive signs demonstrate NFC is finally about to become successful. Numerous mobile network operators (MNOs), handset vendors, mass-transit operators, financial institutions, and other players are on the verge of launching NFC wide-scale projects. The multiplicity of stakeholders trigger complex ecosystems, where companies have divergent interests, but need to find common grounds to support the technology take-off and commercial rollout.
There comes the need for Trusted Service Management, which stands at the crossroads between MNOs and service providers. Trusted Service Managers, as technical enablers, are responsible for the secure provisioning and management of the NFC applications issued by the service providers to the end-users. TSM operators run the whole lifecycle of applications as diverse as payment, transport, enterprise security, government identity, etc. For these reasons, TSMs have to establish strong relationships with all stakeholders in the NFC environment.
Trusted Service Management platforms also play a role in making all services accessible to end-users. For this reason, TSM operators, as service aggregators, are in a central position to manage the customer relationship, and build a business case by bringing this added value to service providers.
This “Smart Insights Report” provides answers to the following questions:
- Why are TSMs needed to ensure a balanced NFC ecosystem?
- What are the multiple roles of Trusted Service Management Platforms?
- How to ensure interoperability between all players? And what is the role of standardization bodies in this regard?
- What are all the options in terms of business models to implement NFC programs?
- Who are the major TSM platform vendors? What is their offer, and where are they positioned in the NFC ecosystem?
- Who are the major TSM platform operators? What are their positioning and business models?
- What will be the major opportunities and threats all stakeholders will meet in the upcoming years?
If any of these questions is crucial for your strategic decision making process, then you need your copy of "Trusted Service Manager (TSM) for NFC Market 2011", a just published “Smart Insights Report”.
"Trusted Service Manager (TSM) for NFC Market 2011" provides an elaborate analysis of future developments of the TSM market. This Smart Insights Report includes market forecasts covering the development of the NFC ecosystem (handsets, MNOs, financial institutions, …). It also includes specific market forecasts for TSM platform vendors and TSM operators.
"Trusted Service Manager (TSM) for NFC Market 2011" encompasses information about all major TSM platform vendors and TSM operators, and about their products, services, and market position. SHOW LESS READ MORE >
Table of illustrations
1.1 NFC technology
1.2 Mobile payment scheme
1.3 TSM role in an NFC project
1.3.1 Technical roles
1.3.2 Commercial roles
2. Global TSM industry
2.1 NFC landscape
2.2.2 EPC GSMA
2.2.4 NFC Forum
2.3 Principles for Service management
2.3.2 Multi- application
2.3.3 Portability (churn)
2.3.4 Certification / Type Approval
2.4 Building a NFC business ecosystem
2.4.1 Mobile Network Operators
2.4.2 Service Provider
2.5 Security mechanism
2.5.1 OTA technology
2.5.2 Secure Element and its issuers
2.6 Who will play the role of TSM
2.6.1 TSM centric approach
2.6.2 TSM split approach
2.7 TSM business model
2.7.1 TSM operators
2.7.2 TSM platform vendors
3. NFC & TSM market analysis
3.1 Market triggers
3.1.1 Smartphone and NFC-enabled mobile phones
3.1.2 MNOs and Service Providers
3.2 Market threats and opportunities
3.2.1 MNOs vs. SPs
3.2.2 Contactless card infrastructure
3.3 TSM market revenue forecast
3.3.1 TSM operators and TSM platform vendors
3.3.2 TSM operator revenues and TSM platform sales
4. TSM platform vendors
4.1 Atos Worldline
4.2 Bell ID
4.3 Cassis International
4.4 Ericsson IPX
4.5 First Data
4.9 Orange Business Services
4.10 SK C&C
4.11 Venyon (Giesecke & Devrient)
Glossary of terms
- Atos Worldline
- Bell ID
- Cassis International
- Ericsson IPX
- First Data
- Orange Business Services
- SK C&C
- Giesecke & Devrient