Webscales in the digital ecosystem: Insights from TBR’s Telecom team
Webscales encroach on telecom sector to realize value of digital economy
Trillions of dollars in economic value will be created globally from 5G, edge computing, AI and other new technologies during this decade, and TBR believes the world’s largest webscales (aka hyperscalers) will capture an outsized portion of this opportunity.
Webscales are building end-to-end digital ecosystems that transcend all aspects of people’s lives and deliver business transformation. As part of this overarching strategy, webscales are increasingly encroaching on the telecom domain so they can unlock value from the nexus of distributed computing and intelligent connectivity. This trend has significant, disruptive implications for telcos and ICT vendors.
Join Principal Analyst Chris Antlitz Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2021, at 1 p.m. EDT/10 a.m. PDT for an in-depth, exclusive review of TBR’s most recent Webscale Digital Ecosystem Market Landscape,during which he will discuss how and why webscales are disrupting the telecom industry and what this means for incumbent operators and vendors.
TBR’s Webscale Digital Ecosystem Market Landscape tracks how and why the world’s largest webscales are disrupting industries to unlock economic value in the digital era, with specific focus on the disruption of the telecom industry. The report focuses on the nine largest webscales: Alibaba, Alphabet (Google), Amazon, Apple, Baidu, Facebook, Microsoft, Rakuten and Tencent.
- The overarching growth strategy of webscales
- Why webscales need to disrupt the telecom industry
- How webscales are disrupting the telecom industry
- What this means for incumbent operators and vendors that play in the telecom sector
Register today to reserve your space
TBR webinars are held typically on Wednesdays at 1 p.m. ET and include a 15-minute Q&A session following the main presentation. Previous webinars can be viewed anytime on TBR’s Webinar Portal.
For additional information or to arrange a briefing with our analysts, please contact TBR at [email protected].
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