- Language: English
- 329 Pages
- Published: December 2011
- Region: Global, United States
Global Licensed/Managed Content Delivery Networks (CDN) Market
- ID: 2738912
- January 2014
- Region: Global
- 40 Pages
- Frost & Sullivan
The LCDN/MCDN model is still evolving and its success as a stand-alone offering is still to be determined. The market will never be a large opportunity in terms of revenue, but LCDN/MCDN is starting to become more a check box for CDN service providers to help strengthen their core business. This research study includes a complete market overview along with revenue forecasts from 2011 to 2018. It also presents the drivers and restraints for the market along with an analysis of the present competitive landscape.
Market Overview - Key Questions This Study Will Answer
- Is the market growing? How long will it continue to grow and at what rate?
- Are the existing competitors structured correctly to meet customer needs?
- Will these companies/products/services continue to exist or will they be acquired by other companies? Will these products/services become features in other markets?
- What are the current pricing trends in the market, and how are competitors continuing to provide value-priced products?
- Are the products and services offered today meeting customer needs or is additional product development needed?
- What regional trends exist for the licensed/managed CDN solutions market?
Title, Research Team and Table of Contents
Executive Summary and Implications
The Last Word - Conclusions and Implications
The Three Big Predictions
Executive Summary - CEO's Perspective
Most telcos and carriers are not expected to offer commercial CDN services, but will likely leverage LCDN/MCDN for internal CDN deployments.
Very few vendors offer a true LCDN/MCDN solution; those who do, provide it as it offers ancillary benefits to their core business. LCDN/MCDN is a small market today, under $M in total revenue with at most, two or three dozen deployments.
LCDN/MCDN offerings are mostly being sold by commercial CDNs, but over time, should be offered by hardware vendors already selling to telcos and carriers.
It won't take long for LCDN/MCDN to go away as a stand-alone offering and instead, be sold as part of a larger solution set.