Over many decades, Strategy& has served a wide range of telecommunications players: operators and suppliers; wireless, wireline, cable, ISP, and infrastructure-agnostic players; incumbents and new entrants, in established as well as emerging markets.
The industry has changed significantly, and it continues to do so — fueled by liberalization trends and technology developments, shifts in consumer behavior, and evolving competitive dynamics.
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Wired and wireless carriers confront a rapidly shifting technology landscape in which small steps toward digitization are no longer enough.
Our thought leadership
The study ranks the 50 largest publicly held business-to-business suppliers of digitization-related products, services, and infrastructure. This year, cloud computing, digital fabrication, and the "Internet of things" are transforming how companies build and manage their IT.
The proliferation of products and services, sales channels, marketing campaigns, and networking and business processes, along with the IT systems needed to support it all, has become unsupportable for most operators.
The overall goal is for operators to focus their resources so they can lead from their strengths — whether that means network operations, service platforms, or customer experience.
With information and communications technology access approaching ubiquity, policymakers are faced with the challenge of ensuring individuals, businesses, and governments are making the best possible use of networks and applications.
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How we help our clients
Strategy& is a leading management advisor to big telecommunications market players, including fixed, cable, and convergent service providers; mobile operators; applications providers; network equipment suppliers; telematics players; and satellite players.
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