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What is a Digital Service Provider? Hint: There is More Than a Single Answer

  • ID: 3704547
  • Report
  • April 2016
  • Region: Global
  • 12 Pages
  • Frost & Sullivan
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CSPs Are Now Finding Themselves at a Crossroads
This SPIE report outlines a few evolutionary routes a CSP might take, and identifies several issues CSPs must keep in mind as they evolve to DSP status. The report also explains why ODAM plays such an integral part within this critical transformation process.

CSPs are now finding themselves at a crossroads - pushed by new market realities and demands, and pulled by competitive market dynamics - to transform to something different. But transform to what? A digital service provider (DSP) is currently the most common response. The term is suddenly ubiquitous. But what is a DSP? Why would a CSP want to transform into one? How would it go about doing that? And, are some CSPs already there?
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1. Introduction

2. The Primary Factors Driving Transformation

3. DSP Defined

4. Multiple Paths Moving Forward

5. ODAM is the Real DSP Enabler

6. The Last Word
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