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Australia - Big Data, M2M, Cloud Computing and Data Centres

  • ID: 3382825
  • August 2015
  • Region: Australia
  • 181 Pages
  • Paul Budde Communication Pty Ltd

This annual report offers a wealth of information on the all important ICT developments in the telecoms sector and is a key resource of insights, statistics, examples and trends. The industry is in transformation driven by these new developments and players from the different technology sectors are now converging and merging into a broader wholesale market model. These disruptive developments will force changes to many traditional business models across many different industry sectors.

Subjects covered include:-

- Big data, AI and data analytics
- Cloud Computing
- Data Centres
- M2M, LTE-A and 5G
- The Internet of ThingsResearcher:

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1. Trends and developments in data analytics
1.1 Smart Societies based on Big Data, Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning
1.1.1 The proposition
1.1.2 Philosophy and science
1.1.3 Social and economic developments
1.1.4 Are we reaching another breaking point?
1.1.5 Solutions by using information technology to increase our intelligence
1.1.6 Examples of developments
1.1.7 Conclusion
1.2 The Big Data market in Australia
1.2.1 Big Data – Data Analytics
1.2.2 Key trends and Developments
1.2.3 Market Statistics and Surveys

2. Cloud technology trends and statistics 2015
2.1 Overview
2.1.1 The cloud computing revolution
2.1.2 Cloud computing for government
2.1.3 Cloud computing for enterprise
2.1.4 The complexities of cloud computing
2.1.5 Unified Communications (UC) and the cloud
2.1.6 Cloud computing market statistics
2.1.7 How to manage and secure big data
2.1.8 Cloud technology trends and opportunites
2.1.9 China - cloud computing and data centres
2.1.10 Conclusion
2.2 The cloud computing market in Australia
2.2.1 Introduction
2.2.2 New ICT platform
2.2.3 Following the customers
2.2.4 Market Statistics and Surveys
2.2.5 Government and cloud computing
2.2.6 Consumers and the cloud
2.2.7 Trends and Developments
2.2.8 Business issues
2.2.9 Major Operators
2.2.10 Cloud contact centres

3. Data centres in Australia
3.1 Market overview
3.2 The changing market of data centres - market analysis
3.2.1 Datacentre market – analysis mid-2015
3.2.2 The business concept of data centres
3.2.3 The broader market has changed
3.2.4 Changing technology environment
3.2.5 Selective outsourcing
3.2.6 Glimpses of the future
3.2.7 Infrastructure requirements
3.3 Trends and developments
3.3.1 Call centres to go digital
3.3.2 Software-defined data centres (SDD)
3.3.3 Trans-sector outsourcing – the way of the future - Analysis
3.3.4 Infrastructure Virtualisation technology
3.4 Market statistics and surveys
3.4.1 Data Centre expenditure 2015
3.4.2 Data centre survey 2014 – Forrester Consulting
3.4.3 Data Centre Services Market 2014 - Frost & Sullivan
3.5 Bandwidth on Demand
3.6 Internet Exchanges
3.6.1 Overview
3.6.2 Neutral IXs
3.7 Points of Interconnect (POI)
3.8 Network Attached Storage (NAS)
3.9 Major Players
3.9.1 Amazon Web Services
3.9.2 Anchor
3.9.3 Barracuda Networks
3.9.4 Digital Realty Trust
3.9.5 Elastichosts
3.9.6 Equinix
3.9.7 Fujitsu
3.9.8 Geraldton datacentre
3.9.9 GlobalCenter (owned by Datacom Systems)
3.9.10 Global Switch
3.9.11 Government Data Centre - Canberra
3.9.12 Hewlett-Packard
3.9.13 Hostworks
3.9.14 IBM
3.9.15 LiveOps
3.9.16 Macquarie Telecom
3.9.17 Metronode - Nextgen Networks
3.9.18 Microsoft Azure
3.9.19 Mimecast
3.9.20 Nexon Asia Pacific
3.9.21 NEXTDC
3.9.22 Optus data centre
3.9.23 Pacnet (now Telstra)
3.9.24 Port Melbourne
3.9.25 Rackspace
3.9.26 Oracle RightNow
3.9.27 SAP Hana datacentre in Sydney
3.9.28 Telstra
3.9.29 Verizon
3.9.30 Vocus Communications
3.9.31 YourDC - Adelaide

4. The Internet of Things and Machine to Machine communications
4.1 M2M, IoT- Key Trends
4.1.1 Analysis of the M2M and IoT market in 2015
4.1.2 Key issues that will make or break the M2M market
4.1.3 Internet of ‘Things’ (IoT)
4.1.4 Who will dominate the IoT market?
4.1.5 IoT standardisation developments
4.1.6 Cyber-physical systems
4.1.7 Telcos and the science of Big Data
4.1.8 From SCaDa to IoT
4.1.9 Sensors
4.1.10 Radio-frequency identification (RFID)
4.1.11 Application examples
4.2 The IoT and M2M market in Australia
4.2.1 Market and Industry Analyses
4.2.2 Statistical information
4.2.3 Electricity companies and the M2M
4.2.4 Smart Factory – Industry 4.0
4.2.5 Communications Alliance IoT Think Tank
4.2.6 Smart Projects
4.2.7 Change in services driven by Sensing and monitoring information
4.3 LTE-A and 5G – a Glimpse into the Future
4.3.1 5G technologies and services
4.3.2 Recent developments
4.3.3 5G platform for M2M and IoT – smart homes and smart cities
4.3.4 Analysis - Moving from 4G to 5G
4.3.5 Conclusion: Will telcos be able to harness the new business opportunities of 5G?

Table 1 - Selection of predictions in BT’s timeline
Table 2 – Global Platform as a Service (PaaS) revenue – 2014 - 2018
Table 3 – Global Software as a Service (SaaS) revenue – 2014 - 2018
Table 4 – Global enterprise spending on cloud services and infrastructure – 2011 - 2017
Table 5 - Government Cloud Computing examples
Table 6 – Datacentre revenue by type – 2011 – 2012; 2019
Table 7 – Global M2M module market– 2011; 2012; 2015; 2018
Table 8 – Global M2M connections – 2010 - 2015
Table 9 – Global spending on Big Data – 2013; 2018
Table 10 - Australias IoT home market
Table 11 - Telstra M2M statistics
Table 12 – Telstra M2M connections – 2009 - 2014
Table 13 – Telstra M2M revenue growth – 2011 - 2015

Exhibit 1 – From data analytics to Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Exhibit 2 – Watson in healthcare
Exhibit 3 – Real-time processing
Exhibit 4 – Watson – cognitive computing
Exhibit 5 - Key characteristics of contextual intelligence in customer service
Exhibit 6 – Definition: Cloud computing
Exhibit 7 – Amazon Web Services – a public cloud leader
Exhibit 8 – Examples of key cloud models
Exhibit 9 – Examples of government cloud projects
Exhibit 10 – Cloud principles
Exhibit 11 – Examples of recent enterprise cloud projects and development
Exhibit 12 – Planning Tool for Resource Integration, Synchronization, and Management (PRISM)
Exhibit 13 – IBM SmartCloud
Exhibit 14 - Cloud service enterprise survey highlights form an Infonetics report
Exhibit 15 - Pacnet
Exhibit 16 – The first major M2M alliances
Exhibit 17 – The OneM2M initiative
Exhibit 18 – Amazon Dash Button
Exhibit 19 – RFID spectrum frequencies and application examples
Exhibit 20 – Smart shopping
Exhibit 21 – Lifetime customer relationships
Exhibit 22 – Many Eyes – e-science web site example
Exhibit 23 – GigaPort3
Exhibit 24 – Design principles of industry 4.0
Exhibit 25 – The Power of 5G

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