Market research reports available in this category cover telecom components, telecommunications equipments, communications ICs, and wireless ICs. Comprehensive analysis, technological developments and new opportunities are included in the reports.

Date of Publication: Jan 7, 2016
This report analyzes unified communication and collaboration technologies and their markets. To understand how the UC&C market will grow and the trends impacting its adoption, this report will analyze the technologies and markets that are evolving. An overview of the UC&C industry precedes later chapters that review the main UC&C categories, discuss top provider market share, new technologies, and the regional markets for UC&C. Five–year forecasts follow, segmented by UC&C categories, as well as new deployment trends that will shape future markets.

Date of Publication: Nov 16, 2015
This market study addresses hot, new and exciting developments in the wireless industry, including wireless personal area networks (WPANs), wireless local area networks (WLANs), and wireless metropolitan area networks (WLANs). It addresses key topics within each of these three domains that have a major impact on wireless technology and wireless users.

Date of Publication: Jan 4, 2016
This report addresses trends in the development advanced Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) for the Smart Grid (SG). In particular, it is concentrating on wireless cognitive ICT (WCICT) that have been recently standardized with SG applications in mind and which allow to significantly improve SG functionalities. The report surveys activities of major industry organizations in the area of the SG ICT development. It also addresses technological and marketing analysis of SG ICT, including Smart Meters. The detailed analysis of the SG ICT industry profiles leading manufacturers.

Date of Publication: Dec 15, 2015
This presentation provides an analysis of the drivers and priorities for ICT spending for the manufacturing sector in Canada. This Presentation draws on IDC's surveys of CIOs and line-of-business executives across the Canadian market as well as discussions across both IT users and the supply side of the market to provide a map of where short- and long-term opportunities can be found. It highlights the imperatives for spending that exist across the market at present.

Date of Publication: Dec 15, 2015
Governments around the world are under pressure to improve the end-to-end citizen experience, optimize resource allocation, and reimagine the way their employees work. The Canadian government ICT sector is in the midst of a decade of adjustment, and it is a substantial market for technology vendors of all stripes. IDC estimates that the ICT opportunity will expand to $9.4 billion in 2019 from $8.5 billion in 2014, excluding the healthcare and education subcategories within the public sector. Technology vendors should keep in mind that government is far from homogeneous — procurement models are changing and certain subsectors are accelerating into their future with the use of 3rd Platform technologies like mobility, analytics, cloud computing, and social business.

Date of Publication: Dec 14, 2015

Wearable Technology Market by Product (Wristwear, Eyewear, Footwear, Neckwear, Bodywear), Application (Consumer Electronics, Healthcare, Enterprise & Industrial), Type (Smart Textile, Non-Textile), & Geography - Global Forecast to 2020. Wearable technology is gaining popularity at a rapid pace, and it has gone beyond just connected eyewear and smartwatches with new products such as wrist bands, smart shoes, smart apparels, and more. Companies are creating apparel, accessories, and fitness wear that can do everything from monitoring heart rate to charging a smartphone. The overall wearable technology market for wearable technology is expected to reach USD 31.27 Billion by 2020, at a CAGR of 17.8% between 2015 and 2020.

Date of Publication: Jan 12, 2016

ITS are in the process of dynamic evolution and present one of the most important branches of the economy. They are also affect everybody's life - their main goal is to make efficient and safe traveling a reality. This particular report updates technical and marketing ITS characteristics as well as their standardization. Architecture of ITS, their applications and the industry are analyzed. The current development of ITS leads to introduction of driverless cars, which are the most viable form of ITS. R&D as well as industry activities indicate that driverless cars may hit the roads in a couple of years; with wider commercialization in 2025-2030.