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Service Delivery Platforms (SDP): The SOA-enabled Path to Integrate Legacy and IMS Networks (with Revenue Forecast 2011-2017)

Service Delivery Platforms (SDP): The SOA-enabled Path to Integrate Legacy and IMS Networks (with Revenue Forecast 2011-2017)

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Meta Description Service Delivery Platforms (SDP): The SOA-enabled Path to Integrate Legacy and IMS Networks (with Revenue Forecast 2011-2017)
Publisher Mind Commerce
Date of Report Jun 16, 2011
Quick Overview
Service Delivery Platforms (SDP): The SOA-enabled Path to Integrate Legacy and IMS Networks (with Revenue Forecast 2011-2017)
Table of Contents
Table of Contents:

1 Executive Summary
2 Introduction to SOA and SDP
2.1 IMS: Definition and Evolution
2.2 Business and Technology Drivers for IMS
2.2.1 Value-Added Services
2.2.2 Transparency in Access
2.2.3 Scalability
2.3 Business and Technology Challenges for IMS
2.3.1 Supporting Legacy Framework
2.3.2 Unmet Expectations
2.4 SDP and its Appeal
2.4.1 Definition
2.4.2 Evolution
2.4.3 Benefits of SDP
2.5 SOA
2.5.1 Definition
2.5.2 Evolution
2.6 Conclusion
3 Value Propositions of SDP and SOA
3.1 Functional Modules of OSS/BSS
3.1.1 OSS
3.1.2 BSS
3.2 Middleware - The Glue that Binds the SDP with Enterprise Applications
3.3 The Structure of SDP
3.3.1 SDP Architecture
3.3.2 Java and JAVA EE - The SDP Fabric
3.3.3 OMA Service Environment (OSE) - The Quest for the Elusive SDP Standardization
3.4 SOA - Enabler for SDP
3.4.1 SOA Drivers
3.4.2 SOA Workflow and Concepts
3.4.3 SOA Implementation Methodologies
3.4.4 SOA implementation methodology - the HP way
3.5 SOA in Telco Environments
3.6 Challenges Confronting SOA
3.7 Piecing together SDP
3.7.1 The SOA-SDP Interplay
3.7.2 SDP Case Studies
3.7.3 SDP as a Progression to IMS
3.7.4 Challenges Confronting SDP
3.8 Conclusions
4 Vendor Analysis
4.1 Telecom Network Infrastructure Vendors
4.1.1 Key Players and their Strategies
4.2 Software SOA Specialists
4.2.1 Key Players and their Strategies
4.3 SDP Focused Start-ups and and Telecom Software Specialists
4.3.1 Key Players and their Strategies
4.4 Summary of Key Facts of Selected Vendors
4.4.1 Accenture
4.4.2 AePona
4.4.3 Amdocs
4.4.4 Anaeko
4.4.5 Ericsson
4.4.6 Fiorano
4.4.7 Hewlett Packard
4.4.8 Huawei
4.4.9 IBM
4.4.10Motorola
4.4.11NetCracker
4.4.12Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN)
4.4.13Oracle
4.4.14Software AG
4.4.15Telcordia
4.4.16TeleDNA
4.4.17Telenity
4.4.18Teligent Telecom
4.4.19Tibco
4.4.20Vitria
4.4.21ZTE
4.5 Conclusions
5 Numerical Analysis and Forecasts
5.1 Methodology
5.2 Markets for SDP Solutions
5.3 Functional Break-up of SDP Solutions Revenue
5.4 Mediawise Break-up of SDP Solutions Revenue
5.5 Geographical Break-up of Mediawise SDP Solutions Revenues
5.6 Markets for SOA Platforms
5.7 Conclusions


List of Figures

Figure 2 1: IMS Components
Figure 2 2: The Position of SDP in Telco Environment
Figure 2 3: The network simplification achieved by SDP
Figure 3 1: SDP Block Diagram
Figure 3 2: OSE Schematic
Figure 3 3: Web service protocol stack
Figure 3 4: IBM SOA foundation
Figure 3 5: SOA maturity - Top Level
Figure 3 6: Computation of Assertion Score
Figure 3 7: Enterprise Target Maturity Profile
Figure 3 8: HP SOA Agility Assessment Analysis
Figure 3 9: HP SOA Maturity Model After Consolidation
Figure 3 10: SOA in Telco Environment
Figure 3 11: Oracle SDP
Figure 3 12: SDP Scope
Figure 4 1: Position of SDP in the Telco Infrastructure
Figure 4 2: AePona Universal Service Platform suite
Figure 4 2: AePona Universal Service Platform components
Figure 4 3: Fiorano SOA
Figure 4 4: IBM SPDE
Figure 4 6: Motorola GAMA
Figure 4 7: GAMA Components
Figure 4 8: NSN Service Core and Applications
Figure 4 9: Schematic of TeleDNA's SDP
Figure 4 10: Canvas CSP
Figure 5 1: SDP Solution Revenues
Figure 5 2: Functional Break-up of SDP Solution Revenues
Figure 5 3: % Share of Functional Components
Figure 5 4: Mediawise Break-up of SDP Solutions Revenues
Figure 5 5: % Mediawise Break-up of SDP Solutions Revenue
Figure 5 6: Geographywise Distribution of Wireline SDP Solutions Revenues
Figure 5 7: % Break-up of Wireline SDP Platform Revenues
Figure 5 8: Geographical Distribution of Wireless SDP Solution Revenues
Figure 5 9: % Break-up of Wireless SDP Solutions Revenues
Figure 5 10: Geographical Distribution of SDP Solution Revenues
Figure 5 11: % Geographical Break-up of SDP Solutions Revenues
Figure 5 12: Market for SOA Platforms
Figure 5 13: Geographical Distribution of SOA Revenues
Figure 5 14: % Geographical Break-up of Overall SOA Revenues




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