In this battle for market supremacy, network-monitoring systems are emerging as leaders, supported by their status as a complete monitoring solution for network operators.
The protocol analyzers market is surrounded by several issues, including high maturity, numerous mergers and acquisition activities, and the need for heavy R&D investments for developing test solutions for long-term evolution (LTE),. It is expected to shake off the effects of competition and economic slowdown and rebound in 2010.
New analysis from Frost & Sullivan (testandmeasurement.frost.com), World Wireless Network Monitoring Systems and Protocol Analyzers Markets, finds that the market earned revenues of $595.2 million in 2008 and estimates this to reach $814.16 million in 2013.
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Both protocol analyzers and network monitoring systems will benefit from the convergence of voice, video, and data services.
"With mobile broadband and other internet protocol (IP)-based services being introduced, this market is expected to grow significantly" says Frost & Sullivan Research Analyst Srihari Padmanabhan. "Moreover, the introduction of technologies such as LTE, standards such as 3.5G and 4G, and the roll out of high speed packet access (HSPA) have increased the need for reliable, accurate, and efficient test and monitoring solutions."
Upcoming markets such as India, China, and Nigeria have increasingly demanded code division multiple access (CDMA), global systems for mobile communication (GSM), and global positioning systems (GPS), which are expected to hike the demand for protocol analyzers and network monitoring systems.
An upshot of the emergence of these novel technologies and the development of mobile broadband and high data-rate services is that operators are compelled to deliver services efficiently. This has greatly boosted the market for network monitoring systems.
Participants in both markets need to not only make use of the favorable market conditions, but also consolidate their positions and increase their shares and brand value through clever strategizing.
"Considering the maturity of the market, it is important to follow the technology trends, end-user requirements, and take advantage of the new technologies early during their life-cycle to win as much market share gains as possible," suggests Padmanabhan. "Manufacturers constantly need to look out for strategic alliances and partnerships with other emerging or established companies to broaden their product portfolio or enter new markets and geographic regions."
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