Mobile telecom industry has witnessed significant growth rate in last decade and it is expected to grow consistently over different generations of network communications. Starting from ‘0G’ mobile telecom service (MTS) to current long term evolution (LTE) 4G, the mobile telecommunication has turned as necessity to everyone. The second generation (2G) mobile telecommunication gave a major boost to the mobile telecom industry as it surprised consumers with internet browsing offering on mobile phones along with clear voice calling facilities.
In a new report titled ‘Digital Elevation Model Market: Global Industry Analysis (2012 – 2016) and Opportunity Assessment (2017 – 2027)’, Future Market Insights has taken an in-depth look at the digital elevation model market. The digital elevation model market could potentially record an exponential CAGR of 14.4% from 2017 to 2027, making it a truly lucrative prospective for both incumbents as well as new entrants in the digital elevation model market.
According to a new report published by Future Market Insights titled “Security and Vulnerability Management Market: Global Industry Analysis (2012 – 2016) and Opportunity Assessment (2017 – 2027),” the global security and vulnerability management market was valued at $5.7 billion in 2016 and is projected to reach $20.7 billion by 2027 end.
Metro Ethernet networks have occurred as a viable solution for several organizations seeking enhanced network management and communication. Such technology is rapidly penetrating in several applications as an alternative to cable modem and Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL).
Future Market Insights (FMI) has recently published a report titled “Base Station Analyser Market – Global Industry Analysis 2013-2018 and Opportunity Assessment 2019-2027.” Base station analysers find applications in various industry verticals such as IT & telecommunications, automotive, semiconductor & electronics and others.
Telecom is a short name for telecommunications, where context allows media or people to commonly exclude the rest of its name without confusion, often resulting from a monopoly or previous monopoly. The term is now trademarked by various companies in their local jurisdiction, although usually with a qualifier of locality (e.g. ‘Deutsche’ Telekom), since 1985. In some countries, (e.g. New Zealand) the word TELECOM on its own is a registered trade mark.