Gartner Research Magic Quadrant shines it’s Magic on Cisco
So there is an old adage “bad news always comes in threes”. Well we just received our third very positive analyst report for the Cisco Mobile Packet Core for Q4 2014 and if this is bad luck then we are looking for more of it. Over the past several weeks we have written about Cisco and our Mobile Packet Core shining analyst reviews.
Recently Gartner, Inc., one of the world’s most reputable analyst firms, highlighted Cisco Systems Read More »
Tags: ASR5000 Series, AT&T, connected car, EPC, esp, Evolved Packet Core, evolved services platform, LTE, mobile backhaul, Mobile IP Core, MPC, packet core, PMB, Premium Mobile Broadband, prime network management, Service Provider, Service Provider Policy Suite, Telefonica LTE-in-a-Box, Virtualized packet core, vPC, XL Axiata
So Spring is finally here in the New England Area, the snow is finally gone after a record breaking snow fall totals, and the flowers are starting to sprout.
Last week, we announced that ACG Research again confirmed that Cisco continues to be the leading provider of Mobile Packet Core and Mobile IP Infrastructure over the past several quarters. Now another analyst firm, Infonetics Research highlighted that Cisco has indeed garnered the Packet Core Lead at 21.7% based on EPC / 3G Packet Core data in their report “Mobile Infrastructure Equipment” for Q4 2014.
So where is this customer momentum coming from you ask? Well last month Read More »
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Coming back from a world wind Mobile World Congress with a record breaking number of customer meetings, Cisco received some great news from ACG Research, Cisco continues to be the #1 provider of the Mobile IP Infrastructure Market Share with over 39%.
In 2014 the average smartphone data usage grew 45 percent. The average amount of traffic generated per smartphone in 2014 was 819 MB per month, up from 563 MB per month in 2013. With the worldwide smartphone market growing 28.2% year over year in the fourth quarter of 2014 (2014 Q4), with shipments of 377.5 million units, according to data from the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker. For the full year, the worldwide smartphone market shipped a total of Read More »
Tags: ASR5000 Series, ASR9000, ASR901, EPC, esp, Evolved Packet Core, evolved services platform, LTE, mobile backhaul, Mobile IP Core, MPC, packet core, Service Provider, Virtualized packet core, vPC
By Leonard Luna, Senior Marketing Manager, Cisco Service Provider Solutions
Tuesday, October 28 at 8:00 am PT/11:00 am ET, Cisco joins Infonetics’ Andrew Schmitt (Principal Analyst, Optical) on a three vendor panel to discuss how equipment vendors and their customers are taking advantage of new multi-layer packet-optical systems leveraging advanced software to build more capable and efficient networks.
Use this Infonetics link to register.
Representing Cisco will be Walid Wakim, Principal Engineer – Architecture Team, High End Routing and Optical Business Unit.
Walid heads a Cisco architecture team that focuses on future system and network architectures. He actively collaborates with network operators all around the world to create next generation networking solutions. A regular speaker at industry conferences, Walid holds a number of patents and has authored many papers in the International Engineering Consortium, IEEE, OFC and other major journals.
Key topics for this Infonetics webinar include: Read More »
Tags: mobile backhaul, Optical, optical transport network, packet optical, Service Provider
Over the summer, we shared with you the results of an ACG Report showing Cisco as the market share leader in Mobility.
Then and today the usage of mobile devices has been on the rise. Unequivocally.
The average smartphone user is accessing 26.8 apps every month for about 30.25 hours, an increase of 65 percent from two years ago. On their first weekend of offering the iPhone 6, Apple sold more than 10 Million units. Global smartphone market is forecasted to rise by around 20% to 1.2 billion units during 2014.
ACG Research came out with a new report recently the highlights of which I want to share with you. In this report Ray Mota notes that the Worldwide Mobile IP Infrastructure Market continues to rebound in Q2, 2014. It actually grew in Q2, increasing to $1.25 billion, a 9.6 percent quarter over quarter. Evolved Packet Core (MME, PGW, SGW, and PCRF) also grew this quarter to $123 million, a 7.2 per cent quarter over quarter.
ACG Research maintains its views that online video continues to fuel mobile data traffic and the industry expects a tenfold increase in five years. Mobile spending continues and is increasing globally as carriers in developed countries vie for top billing for fastest carrier, fueling LTE spending. 3G remains strong and continues to grow as developing economies upgrade and invest in this technology. Mobile infrastructure will continue to be a highly dynamic market for the next several years as vendors and carriers work through new technologies.
Cisco maintains its position of market share leader. The Read More »
Tags: ASR5000 Series, ASR9000, ASR901, EPC, esp, Evolved Packet Core, evolved services platform, Joe Cozzolino, LTE, mobile backhaul, Mobile IP Core, MPC, packet core, Quantum vPC, Service Provider, Virtualized packet core