Rethink Research Articles
Sharing assets is key to making 5G affordable
In the first stage of 5G deployment, cost containment is the number one priority for many cellular operators. A new survey of operators, recently released by the RAN Research service of Rethink Technology Research, has revealed the primary tactics to ensure upfront 5G costs are far lower than they were for 4G.
Energy storage to grow cumulatively by 2030
Energy Storage will grow from 6GWh installed today to over 635GWh cumulatively by 2030. Annual additions will go from 6GWh in 2019 to 101GWh by 2030, according to a report out this week from Rethink Technology Research’s Rethink Energy service. Throughout this period of dramatic growth the Asia Pacific region, led by China will dominate installations with 273 GWh out of 635 GWh, or some 43% of all energy storage capacity while the rest...
Energy storage to grow from 6GWh to over 635GWh by 2030
Energy Storage will grow from 6GWh installed to over 635GWh cumulatively by 2030. Annual additions will go from 6GWh in 2019 to 101GWh by 2030, according to a report from Rethink Technology Research’s Rethink Energy service.
Satellite IoT market to reach $5.9bn by 2025
The global market for IoT-focused satellite services, focused on end-device connectivity hardware and the annual connectivity fees charged, will grow to $5.9bn in 2025, after taking off in the 2021-2022 period. Incumbent satellite providers will be pressured by a new wave of startups that are leveraging the recent advances in smaller satellite technologies, but many of these new entrants are going to strike out or be absorbed by their larger and ...
Will floating wind platforms deliver power by 2024?
Floating Wind platforms will begin to deliver multiple Gigawatts of electrical power by 2024, and will accelerate to as much as 18.9GW of capacity by 2030. This is the conclusion of a new Rethink Technology Research report from its Rethink Energy service, the first such forecast, entitled ‘Floating Wind on the verge of liftoff - Ten year forecast; bright future’.
Cyber security spending spikes to reach $223.7bn by 2024
Cyber security revenues in 2018 were $160.2bn and will jump an enormous $11.2bn during 2019, as the focus moves to GDPR adherence and adherence to similar legislation. Growth slows to around $9.8bn per annum after this but then spikes once again in 2023/4 as AI based Cyber security escalates, reaching $223.7bn.
IoT endpoints are the key to security revenues
Total global endpoint security revenues will rise three-fold from $2bn per year at present to $6bn by 2023, outstripping the average for cyber security over the next five years, despite security still being a grudge purchase which everybody hates. This is the findings of a report from Riot, the IoT research service of Rethink Technology Research.
Are IoT endpoints the key to security revenues?
Total global endpoint security revenues will rise three-fold from $2bn per year at present to $6bn by 2023, outstripping the average for cyber security over the next five years, despite security still being a grudge purchase which everybody hates. The report comes from Riot, the IoT research service of Rethink Technology Research.
Will 5G really be so different after all?
The wireless research arm of Rethink Technology Research, RAN Research, has released a new report ‘5G Deployment Trends 2018-2025 ‘Will 5G really be so different after all?’. It shows the mounting tensions in the 5G world; vendors are emphasising new business models, and trying to enable them, while operator spending plans, show they are more worried about sustaining the growth curve on mobile broadband.
Smart Home market will hit $15.75bn by 2023
It has been predicted by Riot, the service of Rethink Technology Research, a research and analyst company focusing on IoT, video and wireless, that the revenues of smart home as a service will rise to $15.75bn by 2023. The study is entitled ‘Smart Home as a Service – Awakened from Sleep by a Deep Voice - Forecast to 2023’.
Operators need to be ready for Multi ABR or risk losing revenue
Research and analyst company focusing on IoT, video and wireless, Rethink Technology Research, have said that operators must get ready for Multicast ABR, which today is in its infancy with services only just beginning, or risk losing out on a new revenue stream.
Global forecast on multi-access point WiFi
It has been announced that Rethink Technology Research, a research and analyst company focusing on video networks, OTT, Pay TV and Broadband, has released a new Multi-AP five-year forecast, entitled: The Multi-AP WiFi revolution: How WiFi jumps 10X and takes over the world.
The evolution of 5G and what is next?
We have all heard the term 5G thrown around a lot in the last decade, it has been hyped up especially in the past few years, but it is only now as we approach a clear definition of how 5G will actually be installed that we can see it is a very different beast from previous generations of cellular technology.
Will it be possible to monetise connected cars?
Research into connected cars by Rethink’s Riot Research division has shown that consumers have little interest in connected cars. Some small number of consumers have shown interest - so far just under 16 million owners out of the 105 million plus cars which could buy services from a connected car, have actually committed monthly cash to the provision of services – under 16%.
Anatomy of a 5G smart city
As smart city technologies begin to emerge in volume, their network requirements will have to cope with 5G workloads, and will need to do that in a 5G way. This month Rethink Internet of Things (Riot) takes an in-depth look at a smart city approach which is built around the municipality’s own fibre, Software Defined Networks and cloud analytics software – a system which will survive the transition into a 5G world, as it sear...
The ticking time bomb of automotive cyber security
Globally, car manufacturers are crossing their fingers and hoping that connected cars will not be attacked. They refuse to work together and instead are moving forward with a multiplicity of security strategies which will be weaker than not going down the standards route. Automakers are being all too slowly drawn to modern security techniques to plug the security holes in connected cars. Rethink Internet of Things (Riot) questions whether that tr...