Comprehensive quantitative analysis of the Digital Consumer Services market covering voice, messaging, mobile data and broadband, TV and video, music, gaming, and smart home services. Provides a five-year market forecast, plus a view of the integrated service provider opportunity and GAFA positioning in each market segment.
The Analyst Team
Research Director, Service Provider Consumer
With 25 years of experience in the telecommunications and digital media markets, Michael Philpott is Omdia's leading analyst in the connected home area. As Research Director for service provider consumer, he delivers thought leadership to Omdia’s clients on digital home go-to-market strategy.
At Omdia, Michael produces reports, case studies, and forecasts in the areas of smart home, smart Wi-Fi and connected home, and broadband access strategy. He joined Omdia (formerly Ovum) in 2000 as a consultant in the networks and Infrastructure team, before moving to the analyst side of the business establishing and leading Ovum’s broadband, telco media, and smart home analyst services.
Before joining Omdia, he worked at BT’s research and development (R&D) laboratory, Adastral Park, designing xDSL and fibre optic access networks.
Research VP, Media & Entertainment
Rob leads the team behind Omdia’s global research on media and entertainment, digital consumer platforms, addressable consumer devices, and consumer artificial intelligence. He is also responsible for Omdia’s cross-sector Connecting the Dots thought-leadership program.
Rob specializes in providing advice about convergence and disruption to the world’s leading consumer TMT companies. Recent highlights include running a workshop series on the US tech giants’ outlook, building a ""one version of the truth"" market-sizing model for a major digital platform, and quantifying the revenue upside of 5G for media and entertainment up to 2030 for a leading chip maker. Rob began his career in 2000 as a journalist covering internet access, e-commerce, and digital media. Since joining Informa (now Omdia) in 2003, he has led the expansion of the company’s coverage of innovative consumer services and technologies.
2021 Trends to Watch: Mobile Gaming
Report / 05 Nov 2020 / Louise Shorthouse, Ph.D.
Mobile games market trends for 2021. New demographics seek nontraditional genres after COVID-19. More AAA IP will come to mobile supported by the advent of 5G, and app store fragmentation will create opportunities for developers.
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