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Senior Research Associate
As part of Omdia's research operations team, Siraj assists in providing research and analysis support for various research products (subscription-based, ad-hoc, and consulting) in transformative technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT), and 5G across sectors such as retail, manufacturing, and security technology.
Prior to joining Omdia, formerly IHS Technology, Siraj worked as a research assistant at the University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur. He had brief assignments as a research intern at the Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs (IDEAS) and Securities Commission Malaysia. Previously, at legacy IHS Technology, Siraj served as a research analyst, covering the Smart Cities Project Database, Fintech Scorecard, and AI Start Up Funding Tracker, among other products.
Siraj holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Kent, UK. In October 2019, he graduated with a master’s degree in development studies from the University of Malaya.
As part of Omdia’s telecoms operations and IT team, James Crawshaw specializes in managed services and operations support systems. These include service and network management systems such as service assurance, orchestration/fulfillment, order management, inventory management, SON, network security, etc.
James’ research helps communications service operators (CSPs) and their technology partners make better informed decisions on the critical business and technical issues that affect their companies. Before joining Omdia, James led Heavy Reading’s communications service provider IT & automation research service. He continues to examine the breadth of systems and software used by CSPs in customer, business, service, and infrastructure management. James holds a Bachelor of Science and Master of Engineering in electrical and mechanical engineering from the University of Manchester, England.
uCPE Tracker – 2H21 Half-Year Forecast Update Report
Report / 25 Aug 2021 / Chris Silberberg
Revenue for uCPE hardware is forecast to grow from $52.5m in 2020 to $1.9bn in 2025 at a CAGR of 106% over five years, a reduction from a CAGR of 113% in 1H21 caused by the disruption in the global supply chain.
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