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World Data Networks Report

  • ID: 3615942
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 58 pages
  • BRC Consultancy Ltd
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Detailed Comparisons of Network and Cloud Services from Global Network Service Providers


  • AT&T
  • BT
  • Deutsche Telekom
  • Level 3
  • NTT,
  • Orange
  • MORE

Global network service providers have been adding new capabilities in growing areas of cloud computing, IoT and on-demand networking, while continuing to extend their network and data center infrastructures.

World Data Networks provides comparisons of the full range of services that global network service providers now offer multinational customers. These include:

  • Network services such as IP VPN, Ethernet, VoIP and high-definition video
  • IoT and on-demand networking capabilities
  • Data center and cloud services such as IaaS and cloud-ready links to cloud service partners.

World Data Networks covers the largest global providers: AT&T, BT, Deutsche Telekom, Level 3, NTT, Orange, Verizon and Vodafone.

The comparisons in World Data Networks are fact-based and transparent. More than 40 detailed tables and charts present comprehensive comparisons of individual service features and comparisons of geographical coverage that focus on countries and cities where each service provider has control rather than using simple PoP counts or claims that may include partner networks.

World Data Networks helps anyone requiring a detailed understanding of the competitive landscape including:

  • Multinational network buyers seeking the best providers and services for their needs.
  • Service provider sales teams positioning sales bids for competitive advantage, and product managers trying to identify product gaps and opportunities
  • Strategists looking to understand overall service and market trends.

World Data Networks saves the time and cost of researching the market yourself. It has been refined and updated over many years by drawing on multiple data sources, discussions with service providers, and experience of helping clients evaluate and buy services.

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  • AT&T
  • BT
  • Deutsche Telekom
  • Level 3
  • NTT,
  • Orange
  • MORE

1. Introduction

  • Background to Providers
  • Countries with Sales Offices
  • International Coverage Per Service
  • Countries with Dense In-Country Cover
  • Countries where Each Provider has Own MANs, DSL Access and Last Mile Ethernet Access

2. Strategic Directions Of Each Provider

  • Multinational Customer Focus
  • Recent Network and Data Centre Partnerships and Investments
  • Making Networks Cloud-Ready
  • Recent Service Developments

3. Data Centre Services

  • Countries with Data Centres
  • Countries with Data Centres Providing Flexible IaaS
  • Standard Hosted Enterprise Applications
  • Intelligent Content Distribution Services

4. Cloud Partners

  • Cloud Infrastructure Partners
  • Cloud Applications Partners
  • Most Common Partners: Amazon, Equinix and Microsoft

5. On-Demand Networking

  • Background to SDN and NFV
  • Focus of Developments involving SDN/NFV
  • On-Demand Services Using SDN/NFV

6. International IoT Solutions

  • Positioning of IoT Capabilities
  • Platforms for International IoT Service Delivery
  • Specialist International IoT Solutions
  • Generic SIM-Based M2M Partnerships

7. IP VPN Services

  • Classes of Service
  • Numbers of Cities per Country Covered by Each Provider's IP VPN
  • Availability, Repair, Packet Loss and Jitter SLA Policies

8. Wide Area Ethernet

  • Wide Area Ethernet Services
  • Countries with International Ethernet Line over SONET/SDH Services,
  • Ethernet Line over MPLS Services and Ethernet LAN Services

9. Networked-Application Management

  • WAN Optimisation Services
  • Application Customisation Services

10. VOIP

  • Countries with VoIP Services
  • Hosted IP Telephony Services
  • VoIP SLAs

11. Unified Communication and Collaboration

  • Infrastructures and Services
  • Countries with Managed High-Definition Video Conferencing Services

12. Remote Access for Travelling Users

  • User Support
  • Expense Management

13. Security

  • Managed Security Protection Services
  • Services for Maintaining Security Effectiveness
  • Business Continuity Solutions

14. Customer Support and Service Management

  • Hierarchy of Network Management Support Centres
  • Countries with Locally Staffed Support
  • Customer Support Features
  • Online Portals

More detailed information including a list of tables and charts is available on request.

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- AT&T
- BT
- Deutsche Telekom
- Level 3
- NTT,
- Orange
- Verizon
- Vodafone
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