Telecom API Market

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Telecom API Market by Technologies, Application and Service Types, Stakeholders, User Types, Deployment, and Platform as a Service Types 2019 – 2024

This Telecom API market report provides an in-depth assessment of the global carrier programmable telecom marketplace (Application Programming Interfaces, SDK, Wrappers/Solutions, GUI, Opensource), including business models, value chain analysis, operator strategies and a quantitative assessment of the industry from 2019 to 2024. It evaluates the current state of the market and provides an outlook for the future including analysis and forecasts for Telecom API market sizing.



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Description

Global Communication Service Providers (CSP) continue to see APIs as a means of leveraging their network and subscriber assets to generate revenues with high margins.  With a couple of notable exceptions within the carrier community, the Telecom API market ecosystem remains one in which largely third-parties, such as OTT players, maintain the end-user relationship with app and service clients, while CSPs merely provide essentially data as a service on a B2B basis.

While this model may suffice for CSPs with respect to the consumer segment and SMBs, it is not sustainable for large corporate clients.  CSPs are facing increasing pressure to provide a greater variety of high quality enterprise communications and business collaboration solutions.

Accordingly, Mind Commerce sees this as an area ripe for leveraging Telecom APIs to offer value-added carrier offerings such as team collaboration, telepresence, and unified communications (UC) as part of a Telecom API enabled marketplace.

This vision for the Telecom API market is beginning to come true. With the help of leading Telecom API and Communications-enabled app providers like Ribbon Communications, AT&T has recently launched an API Marketplace, which is something that Mind Commerce has recommended since 2011. Ribbon is also working with Koninklijke PTT Nederland (KPN) to support the KPN API Store.

Telecom API Market Now has Communication Enabled Application Stores at AT&T and KPN

Offering a turn-key approach by levering solutions such as Ribbon’s Kandy APIs and Wrappers, AT&T plans to facilitate enterprise customer ability to leverage telecom assets for embedded applications. Mind Commerce discussed with Ribbon pre-packaged applications (to form specific communication enabled solutions) called Kandy Wrappers over two years ago. We believe this collaboration between Ribbon, AT&T and KPN respectively will be the rocket fuel to boost the Telecom API market to the next level.

In a generic sense, a Communications Enabled Application (CEA) represents a set of information technology (IT) components and communication technology components that are integrated using a particular service-oriented architecture (SOA) to increase the productivity of an organization and/or improve the quality of users’ experiences. CEAs are typically enabled by way of various Telecom API market resources such as APIs, SDKs, and platforms including those offered in an “as a Service” model. Most notable examples include Communication Platforms as a Service (CPaaS) and Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS).

Leading Telecom API market vendors such as Mavenir support the Programmable Telecom (Telecom APIs, platforms, and apps) ecosystem. The company recently announced its Mobile-Native Unified Communications and Collaboration as a Service (mUCaaS) solution. One of the key differentiators claimed by this solution is the ability for business-critical communications are prioritized by the mobile network using quality of service indicators that don’t have to compete with other existing OTT UCaaS applications.

Telecom API Market Dynamics

For many larger Telecom API vendors, a substantial proportion of revenue continues to be generated from SIP Trunking in support of their client’s VoIP, UC, and other IP-based communications apps and services.  However, many smaller players are innovating in areas that have high growth potential such as analytics data, device information, edge computing, and number management for calls, data, and subscribers.  The last category in particular is emerging as an important area for unwanted call management solutions including robocall management.

Longer term, Mind Commerce sees CSPs leveraging Telecom APIs and related tools to support a variety of industry requirements in which carriers are amply positioned to leverage their market position.  Those opportunities include Internet of Things (IoT) authentication, robotics, Artificial Intelligence (AI) platforms, Mobile Edge Computing (MEC), and support of Blockchain.  Three areas that represent great opportunities for carriers to aggressively pursue solution development in the more near-term timeframe are AI, IoT, and Mobile Edge Computing.

Telecom API Market in IoT

IoT represents a huge and largely untapped market for CSPs, which Mind Commerce sees emerging once carriers begin to fully leverage 5G for IoT apps and services. More specifically, we have identified the opportunity for carriers to act as a orchestrator/mediator within the IoT ecosystem.

Mind Commerce continues to see a Major Opportunity for CSPs to support IoT via Telecom API enabled Network and Device Authentication

Uniquely positioned as owner of the primary network to be used for IoT, and provider of data services for humans and machines alike, CSPs have the opportunity to provide various critical services such as IoT authentication, authorization, and accounting.  This will include use of Telecom API resources to help manage IoT related access control, permissions, and usage tracking.

Telecom API Market in Mobile Edge Computing

Carriers are also well-positioned to leverage Telecom API enabled capabilities in support of many Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) use cases as MEC is rolled-out to optimize LTE, 5G, and IoT. Many MEC use cases will require support from multiple Telecom API Market categories such as Location, Presence, Subscriber Data, and QoS in support of zone-based enterprise apps, services, and data analytics.

This will create both a challenge and opportunity for CSPs, which will need the assistance of systems integrators for implementation and managed infrastructure services providers for ongoing operations. Providing programmability for Mobile Edge Computing market apps to third-parties such as OTT service providers will be a very important part of the evolving CSP communication enabled application marketplace.

Telecom API Market in Artificial Intelligence

While many Artificial Intelligence (AI) capabilities will be embedded within other areas (such as platforms, devices, semiconductors, etc.), AI will also be closely associated with end-users, creating an opportunity for CSPs to provide resource support for many AI enabled use cases.  This will include basic support for AI, such as user verification, as well as more advanced functionality, such as identifying resource usage and behaviors among a closed user group like enterprise collaboration teams.

Mind Commerce sees the Telecom API market evolving to support the AIoT market as CSP APIs will enable authentication for IoT and AI will provide the means for machine learning as well as behavior detection algorithms to protect IoT devices and networks from potential harm.

Telecom API Market Report

Now in its seventh year of covering the Telecom API market, Mind Commerce is pleased to offer the most comprehensive research covering the ecosystem including players, platforms, tools, solutions, and service offerings. By way of example, AT&T launched their Enterprise-Focused API Program in 2013 based in part on Mind Commerce Telecom API market research.

Telecom API Market by Technology, Application and Service Type, Stakeholder, User Type, Deployment (Enterprise Hosted, Public Cloud, Private Cloud), and Platform as a Service Type 2019 – 2024 provides an in-depth assessment of the global Telecom API market, including business models, value chain analysis, operator strategies and a quantitative assessment of the industry from 2019 to 2024.

This report evaluates the current state of the market and outlook for the future including analysis and forecasts for the Telecom API market segmented many ways including:

  • Globally, Regionally, and Countries
  • Stakeholder Type (Carriers and Vendors)
  • Network Technology (2G, 3G, LTE, and 5G)
  • API Category (Presence, Location, SCM, etc.)
  • App Developer (Carrier, Enterprise, Long Tail, and Partner)
  • Deployment Type (Enterprise Hosted, Private Cloud, and Public Cloud)
  • Implementation (Development and Set-up) and by Ongoing Operations
  • Solution (AI, Analytics, Blockchain, Edge Computing, Robotics, WebRTC, etc.)

Forecasts by Service Type include: Messaging (SMS, MMS, RCS) API, WebRTC API, Payment API, IVR/Voice Store and Voice Control API , LBS and Map API, Subscriber Identity and SSO, Management API, Content Delivery API, M2M IoT API, IoT Platform Specific API, IoT Authentication API, Blockchain Specific API, AI Platform Specific API, Robotics Specific API, Analytics API, Call screening API, Device Information API, QoS (Quality of Service) API, Do not Disturb API, Edge/Fog Device Specific API. Forecasts by Developer Type include: Enterprise Developer, Internal Telecom Developer, Partner Developer, and Long Tail Developer. Forecasts by Deployment include: Enterprise Hosted, Public Cloud, and Private Cloud. Platform as a Service forecasts include: CPaaS and UCaaS.

 

Additional information

Pages

248

Published

March 2019

Target Audience

Application Developers, Cloud and Internet of Things Companies, Communications Services Providers, Data Analytics Companies, ICT Infrastructure Providers, Managed Services Companies

License Type

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Select Findings

  • Total global Telecom API related revenue will reach $442.1.1B by 2024
  • Global UCaaS revenue will reach $61.9B by 2024 growing at CAGR of 48.0%
  • Enterprise-hosted deployment is growing most rapidly through the study period
  • While smallest in revenue at $48.6B by 2024, MEA is fastest growing region at CAGR 31.7%

Report Benefits

  • Gain a better perspective of the State of the Market for Telecom APIs
  • Identify challenges and opportunities across the entire API ecosystem
  • Understand the role of Telecom APIs within the realm of Programmable Telecom
  • Identify leading companies and solutions for Telecom API enabled apps and services
  • Understand the market dynamics, players, and outlook for communication enabled apps
  • Forecasts for every major Telecom API area including Categories, Solutions, Stakeholder Share, and more
  • Forecasts for Telecom API support of Unwanted Call Management including Do Not Disturb and Call Screening

Companies in Report

  • Amdocs
  • Apidaze (VoIP Innovations)
  • Apifonica
  • Aspect Software
  • Bandwidth
  • BICS
  • CA Technologies
  • Cisco
  • CLX Communications
  • Ericsson
  • Fortumo
  • Google
  • hSenid Mobile
  • Huawei
  • Hubtel
  • LocationSmart
  • Mashape
  • MessageBird
  • Mulesoft
  • Nokia Networks
  • Oracle
  • Persistent Systems
  • Ribbon Communcations
  • Syniverse
  • TeleStax
  • Telnyx
  • Twilio
  • Tyntec
  • Vidyo
  • Vonage

Table of Contents

1.0 Executive Summary
2.0 Introduction
2.1 About the Report
2.1.1 Topics Covered
2.1.2 Key Findings
2.1.3 Target Audience
2.2 Programmable Telecom
2.2.1 Programmable Telecom Definition
2.2.2 Programmable Telecom Purpose
2.2.3 Telecom Programmability Tools
2.2.3.1 Application Programming Interfaces (API)
2.2.3.2 Cloud Hosted Services
2.2.3.3 Communications Platform as a Service (CPaaS)
2.2.3.4 Graphical User Interfaces (GUI)
2.2.3.5 Open Source Telecom Software
2.2.3.6 Software Development Kits (SDK)
2.2.3.7 Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS)
2.2.4 Programmable Telecom Deployment Models
2.3 State of the Industry
3.0 Telecom API Overview
3.1 Role and Importance of Telecom APIs
3.2 Business Drivers for CSPs to Leverage APIs
3.2.1 Need for New Revenue Sources
3.2.2 Need for Collaboration with Development Community
3.2.3 B2B Services and Asymmetric Business Models
3.2.4 Emerging Need for IoT Mediation
3.3 Telecom API Categories
3.3.1 Access Management
3.3.2 Advertising and Marketing
3.3.3 Billing of Non-Digital Goods
3.3.4 Content Delivery
3.3.5 Directory and Registry Management
3.3.6 Enterprise Collaboration
3.3.7 IVR/Voice Solutions
3.3.8 Location Determination
3.3.9 M2M and Internet of Things
3.3.10 Messaging and other Non-Voice Communications
3.3.10.1 Text Messaging
3.3.10.2 Rich Communications Suite Enhanced Messaging (RCS-e)
3.3.10.3 Multimedia Messaging
3.3.11 Number Management
3.3.12 Payments including Purchaser Present Verification
3.3.13 Presence Detection
3.3.14 Real-time Communications and WebRTC
3.3.15 Subscriber Identity Management
3.3.16 Subscriber Profile Management
3.3.17 Quality of Service Management
3.3.18 Unified Communications and UCaaS
3.3.19 Unstructured Supplementary Service Data
3.3.20 Unwanted Call Management and Robo Calls
3.3.21 Voice/Speech
3.4 Telecom API Business Models
3.4.1 Three Business Model Types
3.4.1.1 Model One
3.4.1.2 Model Two
3.4.1.3 Model Three
3.5 Enterprise Market Segmentation
3.5.1 Use Case Segmentation
3.5.2 Workforce Management
3.5.3 Fraud Prevention
3.5.4 Call Centers
3.6 Competitive Issues
3.6.1 Reduced Total Cost of Ownership
3.6.2 Open APIs
3.6.3 Configurability and Customization
3.7 Applications that use APIs
3.8 Telecom API Revenue Potential
3.8.1 Standalone API Revenue vs. API enabled Revenue
3.8.2 Telecom API-enabled Mobile VAS Applications
3.8.3 Carrier Focus on Telecom API’s for the Enterprise
3.9 Telecom API Usage by Industry Segment
3.10 Telecom API Value Chain
3.10.1 Telecom API Value Chain
3.10.2 How the Value Chain Evolves
3.10.3 API Transaction Value Split among Players
3.11 API Transaction Cost by Type
3.12 Volume of API Transactions
4.0 API Aggregation Marketplace
4.1 Role of API Aggregators
4.2 Total Cost of Operation with API Aggregators
4.2.1 Start-up Costs
4.2.2 Transaction Costs
4.2.3 Ongoing Maintenance/Support
4.2.4 Professional Services by Intermediaries
4.3 Aggregator API Usage by Category
4.3.1 API Aggregator Example: LocationSmart
4.3.2 Aggregation: Intersection of Two Big Needs
4.3.3 The Case for Other API Categories
4.3.4 Moving Towards New Business Models
5.0 Telecom API Marketplace
5.1 Data as a Service (DaaS)
5.1.1 Carrier Structured and Unstructured Data
5.1.2 Carrier Data Management in DaaS
5.1.3 Data Federation in the DaaS Ecosystem
5.2 API Marketplace Companies
5.2.1 Kong (Mashape)
5.2.2 Salesforce (Mulesoft)
5.2.3 TeleStax
5.3 Telecom API Ecosystem Vendors
5.3.1 APIs part of Infrastructure and Services Portfolio
5.3.1.1 Ericsson
5.3.1.2 Huawei
5.3.1.3 Nokia Networks
5.3.1.4 Ribbon Communications
5.3.2 API Capabilities acquired via Merger & Acquisitions
5.3.2.1 Amdocs
5.3.2.2 Aspect Software
5.3.2.3 BICS
5.3.2.4 CA Technologies
5.3.2.5 Cisco
5.3.2.6 Google
5.3.2.7 Oracle
5.3.2.8 Persistent Systems
5.3.2.9 VoIP Innovations
5.3.2.10 Vonage
5.3.3 API Capabilities Independently Developed
5.3.3.1 Apidaze (VoIP Innovations)
5.3.3.2 Apifonica
5.3.3.3 Bandwidth Communications Inc.
5.3.3.4 CLX Communications
5.3.3.5 Fortumo
5.3.3.6 hSenid Mobile
5.3.3.7 Hubtel
5.3.3.8 MessageBird
5.3.3.9 Syniverse
5.3.3.10 Telnyx
5.3.3.11 Tyntec
5.3.3.12 Twilio
5.3.3.13 Vidyo
5.4 Telecom Application Development Market
5.4.1 Communications-enabled App Marketplace (“CAM”)
5.4.1.1 Market Opportunities and Challenges
5.4.1.2 Marketplace Facilitators
5.4.2 Improving Existing Apps and Services Marketplace
6.0 Telecom API App Enablers
6.1 Monetization of Communications-enabled Apps
6.1.1 Direct API Revenue
6.1.2 Data Monetization
6.1.3 Cost Savings
6.1.4 Higher Usage
6.1.5 Churn Reduction
6.2 Telecom App Development Issues
6.2.1 Security
6.2.2 Data Privacy
6.2.3 Interoperability
7.0 Communication Service Provider Telecom API Strategies
7.1 Carrier Market Strategy and Positioning
7.1.1 API Investment Stabilization
7.1.2 Carriers, APIs, and OTT
7.1.3 Leveraging Subscriber Data and APIs
7.1.4 Telecom API Standards
7.1.4.1 GSMA
7.1.4.2 TM Forum
7.1.5 Telecom APIs and Enterprise
7.2 Select Network Operator API Programs
7.2.1 AT&T
7.2.2 Verizon Wireless
7.2.3 Vodafone
7.2.4 France Telecom (Orange)
7.2.5 Telefonica
7.3 Carrier Focus on Internal Telecom API Usage
7.3.1 The Case for Internal Usage
7.3.2 Internal Telecom API Use Cases
7.4 Carriers and OTT Service Providers
7.4.1 Allowing OTT Providers to Manage Applications
7.4.2 Carriers Lack the Innovative Skills to Capitalize on APIs Alone
7.5 Carriers and Value-added Services
7.5.1 Role and Importance of VAS
7.5.2 The Case for Carrier Communication-enabled VAS
7.5.3 Challenges and Opportunities for Carriers in VAS
8.0 API Enabled App Developer Strategies
8.1 Telecom APIs as a Critical Developer Asset
8.2 Judicious Choice of API Releases
8.3 Working alongside Carrier Programs
8.4 Developer Preferences: OTT Service Providers vs Carriers
9.0 Telecom API Vendor Strategies
9.1 General Strategies
9.1.1 Value Chain Enhancers and Development Facilitators
9.1.2 Moving from Platforms to Cloud-based CPaaS
9.2 Specific Strategies
9.2.1 Reliance upon SIP Trunking
9.2.2 Improving Existing Solutions
9.2.3 Increased Focus on Enterprise Solutions
9.2.4 Embracing Next Generation Use Cases
10.0 Global Markets for Telecom APIs
10.1 Telecom API Market by Category
10.2 Telecom API Market by Service Type
10.3 Telecom API Market by User Type
10.4 Telecom API Market by Network Technology
10.5 Telecom API Market by Deployment
10.6 Telecom APIs Market by Platform as a Service
10.6.1 Telecom APIs Market by CPaaS
10.6.2 Telecom APIs Market by UCaaS
10.7 Telecom API Market by Module
10.8 Telecom API Market by Stakeholders
10.9 Telecom API Market by Region
11.0 North American Markets for Telecom APIs
11.1 North American Markets for Telecom APIs by Country
11.2 North American Telecom API Market by Category
11.3 North American Telecom API Market by Service Type
11.4 North American Telecom API Market by User Type
11.5 North American Telecom API Market by Network Technology
11.6 North American Telecom API Market by Deployment
11.7 North America Telecom APIs Market by Platform as a Service
11.7.1 North America Telecom APIs Market by CPaaS
11.7.2 North America Telecom APIs Market by UCaaS
11.8 North American Telecom API Market by Module
11.9 North American Telecom API Market by Stakeholders
12.0 Latin American Markets for Telecom APIs
12.1 Latin American Markets for Telecom APIs by Country
12.2 Latin American Telecom API Market by Category
12.3 Latin American Telecom API Market by Service Type
12.4 Latin American Telecom API Market by User Type
12.5 Latin American Telecom API Market by Network Technology
12.6 Latin American Telecom API Market by Deployment
12.7 Latin American Telecom APIs Market by Platform as a Service
12.7.1 Latin American Telecom APIs Market by CPaaS
12.7.2 Latin America Telecom APIs Market by UCaaS
12.8 Latin American Telecom API Market by Module
12.9 Latin American Telecom API Market by Stakeholders
13.0 European Markets for Telecom APIs
13.1 European Markets for Telecom APIs by Country
13.2 European Telecom API Market by Category
13.3 European Telecom API Market by Service Type
13.4 European Telecom API Market by User Type
13.5 European Telecom API Market by Network Technology
13.6 European Telecom API Market by Deployment
13.7 European Telecom APIs Market by Platform as a Service
13.7.1 European Telecom APIs Market by CPaaS
13.7.2 Europe Telecom APIs Market by UCaaS
13.8 European Telecom API Market by Module
13.9 European Telecom API Market by Stakeholders
14.0 APAC Markets for Telecom APIs
14.1 APAC Markets for Telecom APIs by Country
14.2 APAC Telecom API Market by Category
14.3 APAC Telecom API Market by Service Type
14.4 APAC Telecom API Market by User Type
14.5 APAC Telecom API Market by Network Technology
14.6 APAC Telecom API Market by Deployment
14.7 APAC Telecom APIs Market by Platform as a Service
14.7.1 APAC Telecom APIs Market by CPaaS
14.7.2 APAC Telecom APIs Market by UCaaS
14.8 APAC Telecom API Market by Module
14.9 APAC Telecom API Market by Stakeholders
15.0 MEA Markets for Telecom APIs
15.1 MEA Markets for Telecom APIs by Country
15.2 MEA Telecom API Market by Category
15.3 MEA Telecom API Market by Service Type
15.4 MEA Telecom API Market by User Type
15.5 MEA Telecom API Market by Network Technology
15.6 MEA Telecom API Market by Deployment
15.7 MEA Telecom APIs Market by Platform as a Service
15.7.1 MEA Telecom APIs Market by CPaaS
15.7.2 MEA Telecom APIs Market by UCaaS
15.8 MEA Telecom API Market by Module
15.9 MEA Telecom API Market by Stakeholders
16.0 Telecom API Success Stories
16.1 Patronus
16.2 RumbleUP
16.3 Rently
16.4 Phone.com
16.5 VOIPo
17.0 Technology and Market Drivers for Future API Market Growth
17.1 Service Oriented Architecture
17.2 Software Defined Networks
17.3 Virtualization
17.3.1 Virtualization vs. SDN
17.3.2 Network Function Virtualization
17.3.3 Virtualization beyond Network Functions
17.4 Internet of Things
17.4.1 Internet of Things Definition
17.4.2 IoT Technologies
17.4.2.1 Embedded Systems
17.4.2.2 Connected Devices
17.4.2.3 Wireless Solutions
17.4.2.3.1 Cellular Data
17.4.2.3.2 WiMAX and Satellite
17.4.2.3.3 Wi-Fi
17.4.2.3.4 RFID/NFC
17.4.2.3.5 Bluetooth
17.4.2.3.6 ZigBee
17.4.2.3.7 Ultra-wide Band (UWB)
17.4.2.3.8 Dedicated Short-range Communications (DSRC)
17.4.2.3.9 Beacon Technologies
17.4.2.4 Sensors and Detection
17.4.2.5 Addressing/Mapping
17.4.2.6 Data Storage/Management
17.4.2.7 Machine-to-Machine (M2M)
17.4.3 IoT Applications
17.4.4 IoT Solutions
17.4.5 IoT, DaaS, and APIs
17.5 Bringing it all Together for a Bright Telecom API Future
17.6 IoT WANs and Telecom APIs
17.6.1 Cellular IoT WAN
17.6.2 Non-Cellular IoT WAN
17.6.3 Cellular vs. Non-Cellular IoT WAN Telecom API Needs
17.6.4 Telecom APIs for IoT Authentication and Platforms
18.0 Conclusions and Recommendation
19.0 Appendix
19.1 Telecom API Definitions
19.2 More on Telecom APIs and DaaS
19.2.1 Tiered Data Focus
19.2.2 Value-based Pricing
19.2.3 Open Development Environment
19.2.4 Specific Strategies
19.2.4.1 Service Ecosystem and Platforms
19.2.4.2 Bringing to Together Multiple Sources for Mash-ups
19.2.4.3 Developing Value-added Services as Proof Points
19.2.4.4 Open Access to all Entities including Competitors
19.2.4.5 Prepare for Big Opportunities with the Internet of Things (IoT)
19.3 Monetizing IoT APIs
19.3.1 IoT API Business Models
19.3.2 Peer Support of Platforms, Devices, and Gateways
19.3.3 Supporting the API Developer Community
19.3.4 Data and Database Transactions

Figures

Figure 1: Communication Service Provider Assets
Figure 2: Next Generation CSP Assets driving Telecom API Usage
Figure 3: Telecom API: Standalone vs. Finished Services
Figure 4: RCS and Telecom API Integration
Figure 5: Business vs. Consumer Telecom API Focus
Figure 6: Enterprise Dashboard
Figure 7: Enterprise Dashboard App Example
Figure 8: Telecom API Value Chain
Figure 9: Volume of API Transactions for a Tier 1 Carrier
Figure 10: Cloud Services and APIs
Figure 11: Programmable Telecom Vendor Services Comparative Segmentation
Figure 12: GSMA OneAPI: Benefits to Stakeholders
Figure 13: AT&T Wireless API Catalog
Figure 14: Verizon Wireless API Program
Figure 15: France Telecom (Orange) API Program
Figure 16: Telefonica API Program
Figure 17: Carrier Internal Use of Telecom APIs
Figure 18: Global Markets for Telecom APIs 2019 – 2026
Figure 19: Global Markets for Telecom APIs by Category 2019 – 2024
Figure 20: Global Markets for Telecom APIs by User Type 2019 – 2024
Figure 21: Global Markets for Telecom APIs by Network Technology 2019 – 2024
Figure 22: Global Markets for Telecom APIs by Network Technology 2019 – 2024
Figure 23: Global Markets for Telecom APIs by Platform as a Service 2019 – 2024
Figure 24: Global Markets for Telecom APIs by CPaaS 2019 – 2024
Figure 25: Global Markets for Telecom APIs by UCaaS 2019 – 2024
Figure 26: Global Markets for Telecom APIs by Module 2019 – 2024
Figure 27: Global Markets for Telecom APIs by Stakeholder 2019 – 2024
Figure 28: Global Markets for Telecom APIs by Region 2019 – 2024
Figure 29: North American Markets for Telecom APIs by Country 2019 – 2024
Figure 30: North American Markets for Telecom APIs by Category 2019 – 2024
Figure 31: North American Markets for Telecom APIs by User Type 2019 – 2024
Figure 32: North American Markets for Telecom APIs by Network Technology 2019 – 2024
Figure 33: North American Markets for Telecom APIs by Deployment 2019 – 2024
Figure 34: North American Markets for Telecom APIs by Platform as a Service 2019 – 2024
Figure 35: North American Markets for Telecom APIs by CPaaS 2019 – 2024
Figure 36: North American Markets for Telecom APIs by UCaaS 2019 – 2024
Figure 37: North American Markets for Telecom APIs by Module 2019 – 2024
Figure 38: North American Markets for Telecom APIs by Stakeholder 2019 – 2024
Figure 39: Latin American Markets for Telecom APIs by Country 2019 – 2024
Figure 40: Latin American Markets for Telecom APIs by Category 2019 – 2024
Figure 41: Latin American Markets for Telecom APIs by User Type 2019 – 2024
Figure 42: Latin American Markets for Telecom APIs by Network Technology 2019 – 2024
Figure 43: Latin American Markets for Telecom APIs by Deployment 2019 – 2024
Figure 44: Latin American Markets for Telecom APIs by Platform as a Service 2019 – 2024
Figure 45: Latin American Markets for Telecom APIs by CPaaS 2019 – 2024
Figure 46: Latin American Markets for Telecom APIs by UCaaS 2019 – 2024
Figure 47: Latin American Markets for Telecom APIs by Module 2019 – 2024
Figure 48: Latin American Markets for Telecom APIs by Stakeholder 2019 – 2024
Figure 49: European Markets for Telecom APIs by Country 2019 – 2024
Figure 50: European Markets for Telecom APIs by Category 2019 – 2024
Figure 51: European Markets for Telecom APIs by User Type 2019 – 2024
Figure 52: European Markets for Telecom APIs by Network Technology 2019 – 2024
Figure 53: European Markets for Telecom APIs by Deployment 2019 – 2024
Figure 54: European Markets for Telecom APIs by Platform as a Service 2019 – 2024
Figure 55: European Markets for Telecom APIs by CPaaS 2019 – 2024
Figure 56: European Markets for Telecom APIs by UCaaS 2019 – 2024
Figure 57: European Markets for Telecom APIs by Module 2019 – 2024
Figure 58: European Markets for Telecom APIs by Stakeholder 2019 – 2024
Figure 59: APAC Markets for Telecom APIs by Country 2019 – 2024
Figure 60: APAC Markets for Telecom APIs by Category 2019 – 2024
Figure 61: APAC Markets exactly or Telecom API by User Type 2019 – 2024
Figure 62: APAC Markets for Telecom APIs by User Type 2019 – 2024
Figure 63: APAC Markets for Telecom APIs by Network Technology 2019 – 2024
Figure 64: APAC Markets for Telecom APIs by Deployment 2019 – 2024
Figure 65: APAC Markets for Telecom APIs by Platform as a Service 2019 – 2024
Figure 66: APAC Markets for Telecom APIs by CPaaS 2019 – 2024
Figure 67: APAC Markets for Telecom APIs by UCaaS 2019 – 2024
Figure 68: APAC Markets for Telecom APIs by Module 2019 – 2024
Figure 69: APAC Markets for Telecom APIs by Stakeholder 2019 – 2024
Figure 70: MEA Markets for Telecom APIs by Country 2019 – 2024
Figure 71: MEA Markets for Telecom APIs by Category 2019 – 2024
Figure 72: MEA Markets for Telecom APIs by User Type 2019 – 2024
Figure 73: MEA Markets for Telecom APIs by Network Technology 2019 – 2024
Figure 74: MEA Markets for Telecom APIs by Deployment 2019 – 2024
Figure 75: MEA Markets for Telecom APIs by Platform as a Service 2019 – 2024
Figure 76: MEA Markets for Telecom APIs by CPaaS 2019 – 2024
Figure 77: MEA Markets for Telecom APIs by UCaaS 2019 – 2024
Figure 78: MEA Markets for Telecom APIs by Module 2019 – 2024
Figure 79: MEA Markets for Telecom APIs by Stakeholder 2019 – 2024
Figure 80: Services Oriented Architecture
Figure 81: Global Connected IoT Things
Figure 82: IoT and Future Telecom API Topology
Figure 83: 3GPP IoT Proposals for LTE, Narrowband and 5G Network
Figure 84: LoRaWAN Network Architecture
Figure 85: Cellular vs. Non-Cellular IoT WAN Comparison
Figure 86: Different Data Types and Functions in DaaS
Figure 87: Ecosystem and Platform Model
Figure 88: Telecom API and Internet of Things Mediation
Figure 89: DaaS and IoT Mediation

Tables

Table 1: API Transaction Value by Type
Table 2: Global Markets for Telecom APIs 2019 – 2024
Table 3: Global Markets for Telecom API by Category 2019 – 2026
Table 4: Global Markets for Telecom API by Service Type 2019 – 2024
Table 5: Global Markets for Telecom API by User Type 2019 – 2024
Table 6: Global Markets for Telecom API by Network Technology 2019 – 2024
Table 7: Global Markets for Telecom API by Deployment 2019 – 2024
Table 8: Global Markets for Telecom API by Communication-enabled Platform as a Service 2019 – 2024
Table 9: Global Markets for Telecom API by CPaaS 2019 – 2024
Table 10: Global Markets for Telecom API by UCaaS 2019 – 2024
Table 11: Global Markets for Telecom API by Module 2019 – 2024
Table 12: Global Markets for Telecom API by Stakeholders 2019 – 2024
Table 13: Global Markets for Telecom API by Region 2019 – 2024
Table 14: North American Markets for Telecom API by Country 2019 – 2024
Table 15: North American Markets for Telecom API by Category 2019 – 2024
Table 16: North American Markets for Telecom API by Service Type 2019 – 2024
Table 17: North American Markets for Telecom API by User Type 2019 – 2024
Table 18: North American Markets for Telecom API by Network Technology 2019 – 2024
Table 19: North American Markets for Telecom API by Deployment 2019 – 2024
Table 20: North American Markets for Telecom API by Platform as a Service 2019 – 2024
Table 21: North American Markets for Telecom API by CPaaS 2019 – 2024
Table 22: North American Markets for Telecom API by UCaaS 2019 – 2024
Table 23: North American Markets for Telecom API by Module 2019 – 2024
Table 24: North American Markets for Telecom API by Stakeholders 2019 – 2024
Table 25: Latin American Markets for Telecom API by Country 2019 – 2024
Table 26: Latin American Markets for Telecom API by Category 2019 – 2024
Table 27: Latin American Markets for Telecom API by Service Type 2019 – 2024
Table 28: Latin American Markets for Telecom API by User Type 2019 – 2024
Table 29: Latin American Markets for Telecom API by Network Technology 2019 – 2024
Table 30: Latin American Markets for Telecom API by Deployment 2019 – 2024
Table 31: Latin American Markets for Telecom API by Platform as a Service 2019 – 2024
Table 32: Latin American Markets for Telecom API by CPaaS 2019 – 2024
Table 33: Latin American Markets for Telecom API by UCaaS 2019 – 2024
Table 34: Latin American Markets for Telecom API by Module 2019 – 2024
Table 35: Latin American Markets for Telecom API by Stakeholders 2019 – 2024
Table 36: European Markets for Telecom API by Country 2019 – 2024
Table 37: European Markets for Telecom API by Category 2019 – 2024
Table 38: European Markets for Telecom API by Service Type 2019 – 2024
Table 39: European Markets for Telecom API by User Type 2019 – 2024
Table 40: European Markets for Telecom API by Network Technology 2019 – 2024
Table 41: European Markets for Telecom API by Deployment 2019 – 2024
Table 42: European Markets for Telecom API by Platform as a Service 2019 – 2024
Table 43: European Markets for Telecom API by CPaaS 2019 – 2024
Table 44: European Markets for Telecom API by UCaaS 2019 – 2024
Table 45: European Markets for Telecom API by Module 2019 – 2024
Table 46: European Markets for Telecom API by Stakeholders 2019 – 2024
Table 47: APAC Markets for Telecom API by Country 2019 – 2024
Table 48: APAC Markets for Telecom API by Category 2019 – 2024
Table 49: APAC Markets for Telecom API by Service Type 2019 – 2024
Table 50: APAC Markets for Telecom API by Network Technology 2019 – 2024
Table 51: APAC Markets for Telecom API by Deployment 2019 – 2024
Table 52: APAC Markets for Telecom API by Platform as a Service 2019 – 2024
Table 53: APAC Markets for Telecom API by CPaaS 2019 – 2024
Table 54: APAC Markets for Telecom API by UCaaS 2019 – 2024
Table 55: APAC Markets for Telecom API by Module 2019 – 2024
Table 56: APAC Markets for Telecom API by Stakeholders 2019 – 2024
Table 57: MEA Markets for Telecom API by Country 2019 – 2024
Table 58: MEA Markets for Telecom API by Category 2019 – 2024
Table 59: MEA Markets for Telecom API by Service Type 2019 – 2024
Table 60: MEA Markets for Telecom API by User Type 2019 – 2024
Table 61: MEA Markets for Telecom API by Network Technology 2019 – 2024
Table 62: MEA Markets for Telecom API by Deployment 2019 – 2024
Table 63: MEA Markets for Telecom API by Platform as a Service 2019 – 2024
Table 64: MEA Markets for Telecom API by CPaaS 2019 – 2024
Table 65: MEA Markets for Telecom API by UCaaS 2019 – 2024
Table 66: MEA Markets for Telecom API by Module 2019 – 2024
Table 67: MEA Markets for Telecom API by Stakeholders 2019 – 2024
Table 68: Global Connected Devices by Non-IoT Product 2018 – 2023
Table 69: Global Connected Devices by Consumer IoT Product 2018 – 2023
Table 70: Global Connected Devices by Enterprise IoT Product 2018 – 2023
Table 71: Global Connected Devices by Industrial IoT Product 2018 – 2023
Table 72: Global Connected Devices by Government IoT Product 2018 – 2023

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