Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC), Streaming IoT Data, and Analytics 2017- 2022




Published: August 2017   Pages: 192
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Overview:

The emerging MEC service environment will facilitate a seamless access experience, dramatically lower latency, and improve capacity optimization for content, services, and applications. Mobile Network Operators (MNO) have the opportunity to play a greater role in the emerging MEC ecosystem as they can add value through optimized apps and content. MNOs also have the opportunity to realize improved ROI in their LTE and 5G network investments through improved data efficiency and ability to deliver capacity on-demand when and where it is needed.

ETSI has recently redefined MEC to account for “addressing multiple MEC hosts being deployed in many different networks, owned by various operators and running edge applications in a collaborative manner.” This new view of MEC is why the term “Multi-access” is used as there is now a focus upon many different means of accessing the edge including Heterogeneous Networks (HetNet) using various evolved versions of LTE, 5G technologies including millimeter wave RF, fixed wireless deployments, WiFi, and more. This new view of MEC also means that standards will evolve to encompass all different types of Communication Service Providers (CSP) and not just cellular carriers.

This research evaluates MEC technology, architecture and building blocks, ecosystem, market drivers, applications, solutions, and deployment challenges. The report also analyzes MEC industry initiatives, leading companies, and solutions. The report includes a market assessment and forecast for MEC users/devices within CSP networks and MEC revenue globally, regionally, and within the enterprise market for years 2017 to 2022.

This research also evaluates the technologies, companies, and solutions that leverage edge computing for real-time IoT data processing and analytics. The report assesses challenges and opportunities associated with realizing business value from real-time analytics. The report provides detailed forecasts globally, regionally, and across industry verticals and solution categories for 2017 to 2022.

Target Audience:

• Mobile Network Operators
• API management companies
• SDN and virtualization vendors
• Telecom managed service providers
• Wireless/mobile infrastructure providers
• Software, Application, and Content Providers
• RAN, Cloud Computing, and MEC R&D organizations
• Cloud and Cloudlet infrastructure and service providers

Table of Contents:

Multi-access Edge Computing 2017 - 2022

1 Executive Summary
2 Introduction
2.1 Understanding Multi-access Edge Computing
2.1.1 Edge Computing
2.1.2 Edge Computing vs. Cluster Computing
2.1.3 Multi-access Edge Computing
2.2 Important Characteristics of MEC
2.2.1 Processing at the Edge
2.2.2 Low Latency
2.2.3 Context Based
2.2.4 Location and Analytics
2.3 MEC Benefits
2.3.1 Business Benefits
2.3.2 Technical Benefits
2.3.3 Mobile Network Operator Benefits
3 MEC Technology, Platforms, and Architecture
3.1 MEC Platform Architecture Building Blocks
3.1.1 MEC Infrastructure
3.1.2 MEC Application Platforms
3.1.3 MEC Management Framework
3.2 MEC Value Chain for Edge Cloud Computing
3.3 MEC Technology Building Blocks
3.3.1 Radio Network Information Service
3.3.2 Traffic Offload Function
3.3.3 MEC Interfaces
3.3.4 Configuration Management
3.3.5 Application Lifecycle Management
3.3.6 VM Operations and Management
3.3.7 Hardware Virtualization and Infrastructure Management
3.3.8 Core Network Elements
3.3.9 Open Standards
3.4 MEC Technology Enablers
3.4.1 Mobile Computing to Mobile Cloud Computing
3.4.2 Cloudlet based Mobile Cloud Computing
3.4.3 Cloudlet to Cloud
3.4.4 PacketCloud Open Platform for Cloudlets
3.4.5 Enterprise Cloud Architecture
3.4.6 Akamai Cloudlet Solution
3.4.7 OPENi Cloudlet Storage Framework
3.5 MEC Deployment
4 MEC Market Drivers and Opportunities
4.1 Limitations of Cloud Convergence
4.2 IT and Telecom Network Convergence
4.3 Base Station Evolution
4.4 Cell Aggregation
4.5 Virtualization in the Cloud
4.6 Continually Improving Server Capacity
4.7 Data Center to Network Interactions
4.8 Open and Flexible App and Service Ecosystem
4.9 Fifth Generation (5G) Wireless
4.10 Edge Cloud and Data Transferability
4.11 Proximate Cloud Computing
4.12 Increasingly Faster Content Delivery
4.13 Advantages of MEC Small Cell Deployment
4.14 Overall Mobile Data Demand
4.15 Low Latency Applications
4.16 Integration of MEC with Cloud RAN
4.17 MEC Enhances Real-time Data and Analytics
4.17.1 Why Data at the Edge?
4.17.2 Convergence of Distributed Cloud and Big Data 5
5 MEC Ecosystem
5.1 Network Ecosystem
5.2 MEC Ecosystem Players
5.2.1 Software and ASPs
5.2.2 OTT Service and Content Providers
5.2.3 Network Infrastructure and Equipment Providers
5.2.4 Mobile Network Operators
6 MEC Application and Service Strategies
6.1 Optimizing the Mobile Cloud
6.1.1 Mobile Network Operator Strategies
6.1.2 Service Strategies and End-user Demand
6.2 Context Aware Services
6.2.1 Commerce
6.2.2 Education
6.2.3 Gaming
6.2.4 Healthcare
6.2.5 Location-based Services
6.2.6 Public Safety
6.2.7 Connected Vehicles
6.2.8 Wearables
7 MEC Market Forecasts 2017 - 2022
7.1 Global Market 2017 - 2022
7.1.1 Combined MEC Market
7.1.2 MEC Market by Segment
7.1.2.1 MEC Cloud Server Market
7.1.2.2 MEC Equipment Market
7.1.2.3 MEC Platform Market
7.1.2.4 MEC Software and API Market
7.1.2.5 MEC Service Market
7.1.3 MEC Enterprise CAPEX and OPEX Spend
7.1.4 MEC Network Migration
7.1.5 MEC Enterprise Adoption
7.2 MEC Regional Market 2017 – 2022
7.2.1 North America Market Forecast
7.2.2 APAC Market Forecasts
7.2.3 Europe Market Forecast
7.3 MEC Network Users/Devices 2017 – 2022
7.3.1 Global MEC Network Users/Devices
7.3.2 MEC Network User by Supporting Network
7.3.3 Regional MEC Network User
7.3.3.1 North America User
7.3.3.2 APAC User
7.3.3.3 Europe User
8 Conclusions and Recommendations

Figures

Figure 1: MEC Value Chain for Edge Cloud Computing
Figure 2: Extreme Outdoor Server
Figure 3: Cloudlet based PacketCloud Framework
Figure 4: MEC and C-RAN Architecture
Figure 5: Mobile Edge Computing Network
Figure 6: MEC Network and Application Clients
Figure 7: MEC enables Many Cloud-based Apps
Figure 8: Combined MEC Market Size 2017 - 2022
Figure 9: MEC Network Migration Ratio
Figure 10: MEC Enterprise Adoption Ratio
Figure 11: Global MEC Network User 2017 – 2022

Tables

Table 1: MEC Market Size by Market Segment 2017 – 2022
Table 2: MEC Cloud Server Market by Category 2017 – 2022
Table 3: MEC Equipment Market by Category 2017 – 2022
Table 4: MEC Platform Market by Category 2017 – 2022
Table 5: MEC Software and API Market in Vertical Segment 2017 – 2022
Table 6: MEC Service Market by Type 2017 – 2022
Table 7: MEC Optimization CAPEX and OPEX Spend by Enterprise
Table 8: MEC Market by Region 2017 – 2022
Table 9: North America MEC Market by Segment 2017 – 2022
Table 10: North America MEC Cloud Server Market by Category 2017 – 2022
Table 11: North America MEC Equipment Market by Category 2017 – 2022
Table 12: North America MEC Platform Market by Category 2017 – 2022
Table 13: North America MEC Software and API Market in Vertical Segment 2017 – 2022
Table 14: North America MEC Service Market by Type 2017 – 2022
Table 15: North America MEC Market by Country 2017 - 2022
Table 16: APAC MEC Market by Market Segment 2017 – 2022
Table 17: APAC MEC Cloud Server Market by Category 2017 – 2022
Table 18: APAC MEC Equipment Market by Category 2017 – 2022
Table 19: APAC MEC Platform Market by Category 2017 – 2022
Table 20: APAC MEC Software and API Market in Vertical Segment 2017 – 2022
Table 21: APAC MEC Service Market by Type 2017 – 2022
Table 22: APAC MEC Market by Country 2017 - 2022
Table 23: Europe MEC Market by Market Segment 2017 – 2022
Table 24: Europe MEC Cloud Server Market by Category 2017 – 2022
Table 25: Europe MEC Equipment Market by Category 2017 – 2022
Table 26: Europe MEC Platform Market by Category 2017 – 2022
Table 27: Europe MEC Software and API Market in Vertical Segment 2017 – 2022
Table 28: Europe MEC Service Market by Type 2017 – 2022
Table 29: Europe MEC Market by Country 2017 - 2022
Table 30: MEC User by Supporting Network 2017 – 2022
Table 31: MEC Network User by Region 2017 - 2022
Table 32: North America MEC User by Supporting Network 2017 - 2022
Table 33: APAC MEC User by Supporting Network 2017 - 2022
Table 34: Europe MEC User by Supporting Network 2017 - 2022

Streaming IoT Data Market Outlook and Forecasts 2017 - 2022

1 Introduction
1.1 Research Background
1.2 Research Scope
1.3 Target Audience
1.4 Companies Covered
2 Executive Summary
3 Overview
3.1 Understanding IoT Data
3.1.1 IoT Data vs. other Unstructured Data
3.1.2 Key IoT Data Characteristics
3.1.2.1 IoT Data is Real Time
3.1.2.2 Massive Volumes of IoT Data
3.1.2.3 IoT Data Generates Useful Insights
3.2 IoT Data Management Operations
3.2.1 Basic Data Implementation and Operational Challenges
3.2.1.1 IoT Data Scalability
3.2.1.2 IoT Data Integration
3.2.2 Data Management and Processing Raw Data
3.2.3 Centralized Storage and Decentralized Processing
3.2.4 Accessing and Exchanging IoT Data via APIs
3.2.5 Data Security and Personal Information Privacy
3.4 Market Outlook for IoT Data Analytics
3.4.1 IoT Data Management is a Ubiquitous Opportunity across Enterprise
3.4.2 IoT Data becomes a Big Revenue Opportunity by 2022
3.4.3 Organizations increasing Adopt Predictive Analytics with IoT Data
3.5 Real-time Streaming IoT Data Analytics becoming a Substantial Business Opportunity
4 Vendor Analysis
4.1 Accenture
4.2 AGT International
4.3 Bosch Software Innovations
4.4 Capgemini
4.5 Cisco Systems, Inc.
4.6 GE Digital
4.7 Google
4.8 Intel Corporation
4.9 Lynx Software Technologies, Inc.
4.10 Maana, Inc.
4.11 Microsoft Corporation
4.12 MongoDB Inc.
4.13 ParStream (Cisco)
4.14 PTC
4.15 RIOT
4.16 SAP SE
4.17 SQLstream, Inc.
4.18 Tellient
4.19 Teradata Corporation
4.20 Wind River
5 Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue 2017 – 2022
5.1 Global Streaming Data Analytics Revenue for IoT
5.2 Global Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by App, Software, and Services
5.3 Global Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue in Industry Verticals
5.3.1 Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue in Retail
5.3.1.1 Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Retail Segment
5.3.1.2 Streaming IoT Data Analytics Retail Revenue by App, Software, and Service
5.3.2 Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue in Telecom and IT
5.3.2.1 Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Telecom and IT Segment
5.3.2.2 Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Telecom & IT App, Software, and Service
5.3.3 Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue in Energy and Utility
5.3.3.1 Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Energy and Utility Segment
5.3.3.2 Streaming IoT Data Analytics Energy and Utilities Revenue by App, Software, and Service
5.3.4 Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue in Government
5.3.4.1 Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Government Segment
5.3.4.2 Streaming IoT Data Analytics Government Revenue by App, Software, and Service
5.3.5 Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue in Healthcare and Life Science
5.3.5.1 Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Healthcare Segment
5.3.6 Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue in Manufacturing
5.3.6.1 Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Manufacturing Segment
5.3.6.2 Streaming IoT Data Analytics Manufacturing Revenue by App, Software, and Service
5.3.7 Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue in Transportation & Logistics
5.3.7.1 Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Transportation & Logistics Segment
5.3.7.2 Streaming IoT Data Analytics Transportation & Logistics Revenue by App, Software, and Service
5.3.8 Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue in Banking and Finance
5.3.8.1 Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Banking and Finance Segment
5.3.8.2 Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Banking & Finance App, Software, and Service
5.3.9 Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue in Smart Cities
5.3.9.1 Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Smart City Segment
5.3.9.2 Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Smart City App, Software, and Service
5.3.10 Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue in Automotive
5.3.10.1 Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Automobile Industry Segment
5.3.10.2 Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Automotive Industry App, Software, and Service
5.3.11 Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue in Education
5.3.11.1 Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Education Industry Segment
5.3.11.2 Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Education Industry App, Software, and Service
5.3.12 Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue in Outsourcing Services
5.3.12.1 Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Outsourcing Segment
5.3.12.2 Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Outsourcing Industry App, Software, and Service
5.4 Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Leading Vendor Platform
5.4.1 Global Investment in IoT Data by Industry Sector 2017 – 2022
6 Appendix
6.1 Regional Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue 2017 – 2022
6.1.1 Revenue in Region
6.1.2 APAC Market Revenue
6.1.3 Europe Market Revenue
6.1.4 North America Market Revenue
6.1.5 Latin America Market Revenue
6.1.6 ME&A Market Revenue
6.2 Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Country 2017 – 2022
6.2.1 Revenue by APAC Countries
6.2.1.1 Leading Countries
6.2.1.2 Japan Market Revenue
6.2.1.3 China Market Revenue
6.2.1.4 India Market Revenue
6.2.1.5 Australia Market Revenue
6.2.2 Revenue by Europe Countries
6.2.2.1 Leading Countries
6.2.2.2 Germany Market Revenue
6.2.2.3 UK Market Revenue
6.2.2.4 France Market Revenue
6.2.3 Revenue by North America Countries
6.2.3.1 Leading Countries
6.2.3.2 US Market Revenue
6.2.3.3 Canada Market Revenue
6.2.4 Revenue by Latin America Countries
6.2.4.1 Leading Countries
6.2.4.2 Brazil Market Revenue
6.2.4.3 Mexico Market Revenue
6.2.5 Revenue by ME&A Countries
6.2.5.1 Leading Countries
6.2.5.2 South Africa Market Revenue
6.2.5.3 UAE Market Revenue

Figures

Figure 1: A Vision of IoT Data by 2022
Figure 2: IoT Data vs. Non-IoT Unstructured Data
Figure 3: IoT Data Processing Flow
Figure 4: Distributed IoT Data Architecture
Figure 5: IoT Data Not Stored Only
Figure 6: Real-time IoT Data Management and Analytics
Figure 7: APIs enable IoT Data Access and Exchange
Figure 8: Security in IoT Data Architecture
Figure 9: Inclusion of Predictive Models in Streaming IoT Data Analytics
Figure 10: Streaming IoT Data Sources Compared
Figure 11: Global Streaming IoT Data Analytics 2017 - 2022
Figure 12: Investment in IoT Data by Industry Vertical 2017 – 2022

Tables

Table 1: Global Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by App, Software, and Service 2017 - 2022
Table 2: Global Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue in Industry Vertical 2017 – 2022
Table 3: Retail Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Retail Segment 2017 - 2022
Table 4: Retail Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by App, Software, and Services 2017 – 2022
Table 5: Telecom & IT Streaming IoT Data Analytics Rev by Segment 2017 – 2022
Table 6: Telecom & IT Streaming IoT Data Analytics Rev by App, Software, and Services 2017 – 2022
Table 7: Energy & Utilities Streaming IoT Data Analytics Rev by Segment 2017 – 2022
Table 8: Energy & Utilities Streaming IoT Data Analytics Rev by App, Software, and Services 2017 – 2022
Table 9: Government Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Segment 2017 – 2022
Table 10: Government Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by App, Software, and Services 2017 – 2022
Table 11: Healthcare & Life Science Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Segment 2017 – 2022
Table 12: Healthcare & Life Science Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by App, Software, and Services 2017 – 2022
Table 13: Manufacturing Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Segment 2017 – 2022
Table 14: Manufacturing Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by App, Software, and Services 2017 – 2022
Table 15: Transportation & Logistics Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Segment 2017 – 2022
Table 16: Transportation & Logistics Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by App, Software, and Services 2017 – 2022
Table 17: Banking and Finance Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Segment 2017 – 2022
Table 18: Banking & Finance Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by App, Software, and Services 2017 – 2022
Table 19: Smart Cities Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Segment 2017 – 2022
Table 20: Smart Cities Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by App, Software, and Services 2017 – 2022
Table 21: Automotive Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Segment 2017 – 2022
Table 22: Automotive Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Apps, Software, and Services 2017 – 2022
Table 23: Education Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Segment 2017 – 2022
Table 24: Education Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by App, Software, and Services 2017 – 2022
Table 25: Outsourcing Service Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Segment 2017 – 2022
Table 26: Outsourcing Service Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by App, Software, and Services 2017 – 2022
Table 27: Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Leading Vendor Platforms 2017 – 2022
Table 28: Investment in IoT Data by Industry Vertical 2017 – 2022
Table 29: Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue in Region 2017 – 2022
Table 30: APAC Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Solution and Services 2017 - 2022
Table 31: APAC Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue in Industry Vertical 2017 - 2022
Table 32: APAC Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Leading Vendor Platforms 2017 – 2022
Table 33: Europe Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Solution and Services 2017 - 2022
Table 34: Europe Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue in Industry Vertical 2017 - 2022
Table 35: Europe Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Leading Vendor Platforms 2017 - 2022
Table 36: North America Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Solution and Services 2017 - 2022
Table 37: North America Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue in Industry Vertical 2017 - 2022
Table 38: North America Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Leading Vendor Platforms 2017 - 2022
Table 39: Latin America Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Solution and Services 2017 - 2022
Table 40: Latin America Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue in Industry Vertical 2017 - 2022
Table 41: Latin America Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Leading Vendor Platforms 2017 – 2022
Table 42: ME&A Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Solution and Services 2017 - 2022
Table 43: ME&A Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue in Industry Vertical 2017 - 2022
Table 44: ME&A Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Leading Vendor Platforms 2017 - 2022
Table 45: Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by APAC Countries 2017 – 2022 98
Table 46: Japan Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Solution and Services 2017 – 2022
Table 47: Japan Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue in Industry Vertical 2017 – 2022
Table 48: China Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Solution and Services 2017 – 2022
Table 49: China Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue in Industry Vertical 2017 – 2022
Table 50: India Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Solution and Services 2017 – 2022
Table 51: India Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue in Industry Vertical 2017 – 2022
Table 52: Australia Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Solution and Services 2017 – 2022
Table 53: Australia Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue in Industry Vertical 2017 – 2022
Table 54: Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Europe Countries 2017 – 2022
Table 55: Germany Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Solution and Services 2017 – 2022
Table 56: Germany Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue in Industry Vertical 2017 – 2022
Table 57: UK Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Solution and Services 2017 – 2022
Table 58: UK Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue in Industry Vertical 2017 – 2022
Table 59: France Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Solution and Services 2017 – 2022
Table 60: France Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue in Industry Vertical 2017 – 2022
Table 61: Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by North America Countries 2017 – 2022
Table 62: US Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Solution and Services 2017 – 2022
Table 63: US Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue in Industry Vertical 2017 – 2022
Table 64: Canada Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Solution and Services 2017 – 2022
Table 65: Canada Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue in Industry Vertical 2017 – 2022
Table 66: Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Latin America Countries 2017 – 2022
Table 67: Brazil Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Solution and Services 2017 – 2022
Table 68: Brazil Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue in Industry Vertical 2017 – 2022
Table 69: Mexico Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Solution and Services 2017 – 2022
Table 70: Mexico Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue in Industry Vertical 2017 – 2022 115
Table 71: Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by ME&A Countries 2017 – 2022
Table 72: South Africa Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Solution and Services 2017 – 2022
Table 73: South Africa Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue in Industry Vertical 2017 – 2022
Table 74: UAE Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue by Solution and Services 2017 – 2022
Table 75: UAE Streaming IoT Data Analytics Revenue in Industry Vertical 2017 – 2022


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