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Top Ten Telecommunications Markets,

Telecommunications Market Trends,

Change As a Significant Aspect of Strategic Direction for Telecommunications,

Future Drivers of the Telecommunication Industry,

Top Ten Telecommunications Summary Market Share Analysis

MARKET STRATEGIES    FORECASTS TO 2007

Top Ten Telecommunication Markets,

Stregnth of Telecommunication Industry Lies in its Billing System

MARKET STRATEGIES    FORECASTS TO 2007

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Worldwide Telecommunications Market Opportunities, Strategies, and Forecasts, 2002 to 2007

 

Telecommunications markets promise to rebound with incumbent service providers holding on to market share.  Revenue from voice services drives markets.  Competitive access providers will not achieve significant market penetration.  Long distance revenues are being changed dramatically. 

Change is the single most significant aspect of strategic direction for telecommunications markets.  In considering strategic choices, companies need to respond to change in markets.  Telecommunications markets are in the midst of deep and profound change.

Technology pursued for its own sake and buried in labs is not useful in the market.  The future drivers of the telecommunications industry include products that support network integration, support a services led business model, support the Internet, and support network based computing that integrates voice, video, and data.

Telecommunications equipment shipment forecasts indicate that equipment markets at $204.8 billion in 2001 are expected to reach $344.1 billion by 2007. 

Companies Profiled

Market Leaders

Alcatel

Avaya

Cisco Systems

Ericsson

Fujitsu

Lucent Technologies

Motorola

NEC

Nokia

Nortel

Siemens

Top Ten Telecommunications Market Strategies and Forecasts,  2002-2007

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This is the hundred and thirty-First report in a series of market research reports that provide forecasts in communications, telecommunications, the internet, computer, software, and telephone equipment.  The project leaders take direct responsibility for writing and preparing each report.  They have significant experience preparing industry studies.  Forecasts are based on primary research and proprietary data bases.  Forecasts reflect analysis of the market trends in the segment and related segments.  Unit and dollar shipments are analyzed through consideration of dollar volume of each market participation in the segment.  Installed base analysis and unit analysis is based on interviews and an information search.   market share analysis includes conversations with key customers of products, industry segment leaders, marketing directors, distributors, leading market participants, opinion leaders, and companies seeking to develop measurable market share.  Over 200 in depth interviews are conducted for each report with a broad range of key participants and industry leaders in the market segment.

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Top Ten Telecommunications Market Opportunities, Strategies, and Forecasts,

2002 to 2007

Table of Contents

Top Ten TELECOMMUNICATIONS Executive Summary

Telecommunication Market Trends. ES-1

Reliable Source Of Funds. ES-2

Change As a Significant Aspect Of Strategic Direction For Telecommunications. ES-3

Future Drivers Of The Telecommunication Industry. ES-4

Paying For New Infrastructure. ES-6

Strength Of Telecommunications Industry Lies In Its Billing Systems. ES-7

Top Ten Telecommunications Summary Market Share Analysis. ES-8

1. Top Ten TELECOMMUNICATIONS Market Description

1.1           Market Driving Forces. 1-1

1.2           Market Growth Dynamics. 1-5

1.3           Converged Voice And Data Networks. 1-7

1.4           Wireless Networks. 1-7

1.5           Multimedia Markets. 1-12

1.6           IP Telephony Service Solutions. 1-13

1.7           Web Services. 1-14

1.8           2001 Difficult Year For Telecommunication Vendors. 1-15

1.9           Customer Financing Arrangements. 1-18

1.10         Market Makers. 1-20

1.11         Demand For Total Solutions. 1-25

1.12         Marketing Globally. 1-25

1.13         Communications Traffic Profile. 1-27

1.13.1             Internet Traffic. 1-27

2. Top Ten Telecommunication Company Market Shares And Market Forecasts

2.1           Telecommunication Market Trends. 2-1

2.2           Supply Chain Management 2-3

2.3           Next Generation Networks. 2-4

2.4           Network Edge Shifts. 2-5

2.5           Integration Makes The Difference. 2-5

2.5.1               Internet Traffic. 2-6

2.5.2               Network Traffic. 2-9

2.5.3               Communications Traffic Profile. 2-9

2.5.4               Internet Traffic. 2-10

2.5.5               IP Telephony Vs. Circuit Switching. 2-11

2.6           Telecommunications Company Contracts. 2-12

2.7           Telecommunications Still Drives Revenue. 2-17

2.8           Nokia    2-17

2.8.1               Nokia Mobile Phone Sales Volume. 2-18

2.8.2               Nokia Segment Analysis. 2-19

2.9           Motorola  2-21

2.9.1               Motorola Segment Analysis. 2-22

2.10         Siemens    2-24

2.10.1             Siemens Segment Analysis. 2-24

2.11         Ericsson     2-26

2.11.1             Ericsson Segment Analysis. 2-28

2.12         Alcatel  2-30

2.12.1             Alcatel Segment Analysis. 2-30

2.13         Nortel Networks. 2-31

2.13.1             Nortel Segment Analysis. 2-32

2.14         Lucent   2-34

2.14.1             Lucent Segment Analysis. 2-35

2.15         NEC     2-37

2.15.1             NEC Segment Analysis. 2-37

2.16         Cisco     2-39

2.16.1             Cisco Segment Analysis. 2-39

2.17         Avaya    2-41

2.17.1             Avaya Segment Analysis. 2-43

2.18         Fujitsu     2-45

2.18.1             Fujitsu Segment Analysis. 2-45

2.19         Market Growth Factors. 2-47

2.19.1             Time To Market 2-49

2.19.2             Pursue Performance Excellence. 2-50

2.20         Top Ten Telecommunications Summary Market Share Analysis. 2-50

2.21         Index Of Company Sales. 2-57

3. Top Ten Telecommunication Product Description

3.1           Nokia Handsets. 3-1

3.1.1               Nokia Wireless Server Products. 3-5

3.2           Motorola Personal Communications Segment 3-6

3.2.1               Motorola Global Telecom Solutions Segment 3-6

3.3           Siemens EWSD.. 3-6

3.3.1               Siemens Surpass hiQ.. 3-7

3.3.2               Siemens hiQ 9200 Softswitch. 3-12

3.3.3               Siemens Surpass Services On Any Network. 3-13

3.3.4               Siemens Unisphere Networks. 3-14

3.3.5               Siemens Access. 3-14

3.3.6               Siemens DWDM... 3-15

3.4           Ericsson     3-16

3.4.1               Ericsson Mobile Platforms. 3-16

3.4.2               Juniper / Ericsson. 3-16

3.4.3               Ericsson IP Architecture. 3-17

3.4.4               Ericsson IP Telephony 2.1 Switch. 3-18

3.4.5               Ericsson IPT 2.1 Platform.. 3-23

3.4.6               Ericsson AXE. 3-30

3.4.7                         Ericsson Single-Domain Multi-Service Network Telephony Server 

      3-30

3.4.8               Ericsson Digital Residential Gateways. 3-32

3.4.8                         Ericsson Single-Domain Multi-Service Network Telephony Server 3-32

3.4.10             Ericsson IP Telephony 2.1 Switch. 3-33

3.4.11             Ericsson IPT 2.1 Platform.. 3-38

3.4.12             Ericsson Wireless Switches. 3-46

3.4.13             Ericsson Mobile Platforms. 3-47

3.4.14             Ericsson Multimedia Messaging. 3-47

3.5           Alcatel  3-48

3.5.1               Alcatel DSL  3-49

3.5.2               Alcatel 7310 Loop Voice Gateway ADSL. 3-51

3.5.3               Alcatel VoDSL. 3-51

3.5.4               Alcatel DLC   3-52

3.5.5               Alcatel Starspan Electrically-Fed Network Unit 3-54

3.5.6               Alcatel 5000 Softswitch Platform.. 3-54

3.5.7               Alcatel 1674 Lambda Gate. 3-56

3.5.8               Alcatel 1680 Optical Gateway Manager 3-56

3.5.9               Alcatel 1354 Broadband Network Manager 3-61

3.5.10             Alcatel Restoration Manager For Core Gateway. 3-62

3.5.11             Alcatel Submarine Network Manager 3-62

3.5.12             Alcatel Virtual Private Network Manager 3-62

3.5.13             Alcatel Bandwidth On Demand Manager 3-62

3.6           Nortel  3-63

3.6.1               Nortel Network Unified Networks Architecture. 3-63

3.6.2               Nortel DWDM... 3-65

3.6.3               Nortel DWDM Optical Long-Haul Networks. 3-65

3.6.4               Nortel Passport 3-66

3.6.5               Nortel CVX 600 Multi-Service Access Switch. 3-66

3.6.6               Nortel OPTera Connect 3-68

3.6.7               Nortel Succession. 3-69

3.6.8               Nortel Networks Wireless GSM/GPRS Infrastructure Upgrades. 3-69

3.6.9               Nortel Wireless CDMA Smart Antenna Technology. 3-71

3.6.10             Nortel Class 5 Small To Medium Applications Strategy. 3-72

3.6.11             Lucent Network Architecture. 3-73

3.6.12             Lucent Switches. 3-77

3.6.13             Lucent 5ESS's Switch. 3-78

3.6.14             Lucent 7R/E Switch. 3-78

3.6.15             Lucent Next Generation Core Multiservice Switch. 3-79

3.6.16             Lucent SoftSwitch. 3-79

3.6.17             Lucent Access Products. 3-80

3.6.18             Lucent MAX TNT Edge Access Product 3-80

3.6.19             Lucent Stinger DSL. 3-80

3.6.20             Lucent Broadband Access. 3-81

3.6.21             Lucent DSL     3-82

3.6.22             Lucent Optical Networking Products. 3-83

3.6.23             Lucent LambdaUnite. 3-83

3.6.24             Lucent LambdaRouter™ All Optical Switch. 3-85

3.6.25             Lucent Wireless Applications And Service Delivery Products. 3-87

3.7           NEC Product Positioning. 3-87

3.7.1               NEC 3G W-CDMA.. 3-93

3.7.2               NEC W-CDMA.. 3-94

3.7.3               NEC FA-1201 Digital Loop Carrier 3-95

3.7.4               NEC DWDM SpectralWave. 3-96

3.8           Cisco     3-97

3.8.1               Cisco End-To-End Networking Solutions. 3-97

3.8.2               Cisco Service Provider Packet Switching And Routing. 3-98

3.8.3               Cisco Next Generation Internet Routing. 3-102

3.8.4               Cisco 12000 Series. 3-103

3.8.5               Cisco Optical Networking. 3-103

3.8.6               Cisco Frame Relay. 3-104

3.8.7               Cisco ATM        3-104

3.8.8               Cisco Circuit Emulation. 3-105

3.8.9               Cisco IP     3-105

3.8.10             Cisco Video And Voice Services. 3-106

3.8.11             Cisco Wireless  3-106

3.8.12             Automatic Routing Management 3-107

3.8.13             Cisco Multicast Functionality. 3-109

3.8.14             Cisco IP + ATM Switches. 3-110

3.8.15             Avaya PBX      3-110

3.9           Fujitsu     -112

3.9.1               Fujitsu Business Access. 3-113

3.9.2               Fujitsu Inter-Office. 3-113

3.9.3               Fujitsu Long Haul 3-113

3.9.4               Fujitsu Flashwave 7600 DWDM... 3-114

3.9.5               Fujitsu Sonet 3-117

3.9.6               Evolium SAS Alcatel / Fujitsu Company. 3-118

3.9.7               Fujitsu Submarine Networks. 3-118

4. Top Ten Telecommunication Company Strategies

4.1           Telecommunications Business Strategy. 4-1

4.1.1               Cisco Strategy. 4-4

4.1.2               Nokia Strategy. 4-5

4.1.3               Nokia Objectives. 4-5

4.1.4               Ericsson    4-6

4.1.5               Change From Vertical Industry To Horizontal Industry. 4-6

4.1.6               Siemens   4-7

4.1.7               Lucent   4-9

4.1.8               Lucent Strategy. 4-10

4.1.9               Lucent Global Capability And Experience. 4-11

4.1.10             Lucent Divestitures. 4-12

4.1.11             Nortel  4-13

4.1.12             Cisco    4-13

4.1.13             NEC Strategy                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              4-15

4.1.14             NEC Technology Positioning. 4-15

4.1.15             Avaya Strategy. 4-16

4.2           Restructuring Telecommunications Vendor Organizations. 4-17

4.2.1               Contract Manufacturing. 4-18

4.2.2               Organizational Realignment 4-19

4.2.3               Vendor Reorganization. 4-19

4.3           Reorganization Strategy. 4-20

4.3.1               Nokia Reorganization. 4-22

4.3.2               Nokia Restructuring. 4-22

4.4           NEC Solutions Organization. 4-23

4.5                         Fujitsu Corporate Governance, Business Management

                Structure Changes. 4-24

4.5.1               Fujitsu Organic Management 4-26

4.5.2               Fujitsu Reorganization. 4-26

4.6           Fujitsu Telecommunications Restructuring. 4-26

4.6.1               Avaya Reorganization. 4-27

4.6.2               Lucent Reorganization Strategy. 4-29

4.6.3               Lucent Restructuring Program.. 4-30

4.6.4               Siemens Corporate Structure. 4-32

4.6.5               Siemens Restructuring. 4-32

4.6.6               Cisco Restructuring Costs And Provision For Inventory. 4-33

4.6.7               Nortel Reorganization. 4-34

4.6.8               Motorola Strategy Shifts. 4-34

4.7           Strategic Alliances Shift To Go To Market Strategies. 4-35

4.7.1               Strategic Alliances, Acquisitions, And Minority Investments. 4-36

4.7.2               Cisco Strategic Alliances. 4-37

5. Top Ten Telecommunication Equipment Company Profiles

5.1           Alcatel  5-1

5.1.1               Alcatel Acquisition Of Astral Point Communications. 5-2

5.1.2               Alcatel Customers. 5-3

5.1.3               Digitel (Philippines) / Alcatel 5-3

5.1.4               Sichuan Unicom (China) / Alcatel 5-3

5.1.5               Alcatel Fourth Quarter And Full Year 2001 Results. 5-3

5.1.6               Response To Economic Decline. 5-5

5.1.7               Alcatel Geographical Distribution Of Sales 2001. 5-6

5.1.8               Alcatel Segment Analysis 2001. 5-7

5.1.9               Alcatel Business Analysis Carrier Networking. 5-7

5.1.10             Alcatel Optics  5-8

5.1.11             Alcatel e-Business. 5-8

5.1.12             Alcatel Optronics 4th Quarter And Full Year 2001 Results. 5-9

5.1.13             Alcatel Optronics. 5-9

5.1.14             Alcatel Softswitches. 5-10

5.1.15             Alcatel Integration. 5-11

5.2           Avaya    5-12

5.2.1               Avaya Revenue. 5-13

5.2.2               Avaya / Quintus. 5-14

5.2.3               Avaya Outsourcing. 5-14

5.2.4               Avaya Positioning Strategy. 5-15

5.2.5               Avaya Organizational Strategy. 5-16

5.2.6               Avaya Reorganization. 5-17

5.2.7               Avaya Products. 5-19

5.2.8               Avaya Eclips Portfolio. 5-20

5.2.9               Avaya Customers. 5-21

5.3           Cisco Systems. 5-22

5.3.1               Cisco Net Sales / Revenue. 5-23

5.3.2               Cisco Routers. 5-24

5.3.3               Cisco Switches. 5-25

5.3.4               Cisco Access. 5-25

5.3.5               Cisco Service Provider Packet Switching And Routing. 5-26

5.3.6               Cisco IOS Software. 5-27

5.3.7               Cisco Softswitch. 5-28

5.3.8               Cisco Systems / Vida Networks. 5-28

5.4           Ericsson     5-29

5.4.1               Ericsson Customers. 5-30

5.4.2               Ericsson And Samsung. 5-31

5.4.3               Cingular Wireless / Ericsson. 5-32

5.4.4               Ericsson CDMA Systems. 5-32

5.4.5               WLAN From Ericsson. 5-33

5.4.6               Ericsson / Juniper EJN Mobile IP. 5-34

5.4.7               Ericsson PBX.. 5-34

5.4.8               Ericsson Revenue 2001. 5-35

5.4.9               Multi-Service Networks. 5-37

5.4.10             Internet Applications. 5-38

5.5           Fujitsu     5-38

5.5.1               Fujitsu Network Communications. 5-39

5.5.2               Fujitsu Sonet 5-39

5.5.3               Fujitsu DWDM... 5-40

5.5.4               Fujitsu Network Communications Optical Transport Solutions. 5-41

5.5.5               Fujitsu Network Communications Revenue. 5-42

5.5.6               Fujitsu FY2001 Third Quarter Financial Results. 5-43

5.5.7               Services & Software. 5-44

5.5.8               Information Processing. 5-44

5.5.9               Telecommunications. 5-45

5.5.10             Electronic Devices. 5-45

5.5.11             Fujitsu Telecommunications Europe Limited. 5-45

5.6           Lucent Technologies. 5-46

5.6.1               Service Provider Networks. 5-46

5.7           Lucent Technologies. 5-47

5.7.1               Lucent Sale Of Optical Fiber Business. 5-49

5.7.2               Lucent Sale Of Manufacturing Operations. 5-51

5.7.3               Agere   5-52

5.7.4               Lucent Softswitch / Level 3. 5-53

5.8           Motorola    5-53

5.8.1               Motorola Cost Reduction Actions. 5-54

5.8.2               Motorola Customers. 5-55

5.8.3               Commercial, Government And Industrial Solutions Segment 5-55

5.8.4               Broadband Communications Segment 5-56

5.8.5               Semiconductor Products Segment 5-57

5.8.6               Motorola Revenue. 5-57

5.8.7               Motorola 2001 Acquisitions. 5-58

5.9           NEC     5-59

5.9.1               NEC Handsets. 5-61

5.9.2               NEC Handset Customers. 5-61

5.9.3                 NEC Third Quarter Revenue Of The Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 2002. 5-62

5.9.4               NEC Networks. 5-63

5.9.5               NEC Solutions (America) 5-68

5.10         Nokia    5-69

5.10.1             Nokia Networks. 5-69

5.10.2             Nokia Customers. 5-70

5.10.3             Nokia Mobile Phones. 5-70

5.10.4             Open Mobile Architecture Initiative. 5-71

5.10.5             Nokia Networks. 5-71

5.10.6             Nokia Ventures Organization. 5-72

5.10.7             Nokia Revenue. 5-73

5.10.8             Nokia Broadband DSL. 5-74

5.10.9             Nokia / Proximus. 5-75

5.10.10           Smart Communications (Philippines) / Nokia. 5-75

5.10.11           Orange(UK) / Nokia. 5-75

5.10.12           Nokia Provider Partnerships. 5-76

5.10.13           Nokia Revenue   5-77

5.10.14           Nokia Acquisitions. 5-77

5.10.15           Nokia Joint Initiatives. 5-78

5.11         Nortel  5-79

5.11.1             Strategies   5-79

5.11.2             Lines Of Business. 5-80

5.11.3             Nortel Enterprise Solutions. 5-80

5.11.4             Nortel Networks Realignment Plan. 5-81

5.11.5             Nortel Reorganization. 5-82

5.11.6             Nortel Networks Optical Networks. 5-82

5.11.7             Nortel Networks Customers. 5-83

5.11.8                           Nortel Networks Open Optical Dense-Wavelength Division

     Multiplexing (DWDM) System.. 5-86

5.11.9             IP-Ready Open Optical Interfaces. 5-86

5.11.10           Nortel Networks Optical Packet Network Solution. 5-87

5.11.11           IP Data Services  5-89

5.11.12           Sonet/SDH      5-89

5.11.13           Optical IP Network Backbones. 5-90

5.11.14           Acquisitions   5-90

5.11.15           Focus On Solutions. 5-90

5.11.16           Nortel Revenues  5-91

5.11.17           Motorola / Nortel In Wireless Merger Talks. 5-92

5.11.18           Nortel Networks / Sprint 5-94

5.11.19           Nortel Networks / Cingular 5-94

5.12         Siemens    5-95

5.12.1             Siemens Information And Communication Networks. 5-95

5.12.2             Siemens Corporate. 5-95

5.12.3                           Reorganization Of Siemens Information And

     Communication Networks Group. 5-97

5.12.4             Siemens Strategic Partnership With Quintus Corporation. 5-98

5.12.5             HiPath Procenter Strategy. 5-98

5.12.6             HiPath Enterprise Convergence Architecture. 5-98

5.12.7             Siemens Surpass. 5-99

5.12.8             Siemens Customers. 5-99

5.12.9             Siemens Information And Communication Networks. 5-101

5.12.10           Siemens U.S.  5-101

5.12.11           Siemens Global Leadership Positions. 5-102

5.12.12           Information And Communication Networks (ICN) 5-104

5.12.13           Siemens / Unisphere Solutions. 5-106

5.12.14           Siemens ICN Positioning. 5-106

5.12.15           Information And Communication Mobile (ICM) 5-108

5.12.16           Motorola And Siemens. 5-110

5.12.17           Siemens Revenue Fiscal 2000 And 2001. 5-111

6. Top Ten Telecommunication Company Regional Analysis

6.1           Regional Market Analysis. 6-1

6.1.1               United States And Canada. 6-1

6.1.2               Europe    6-2

6.1.3               Asia Pacific Region. 6-2

6.1.4               China  And Latin America. 6-3

6.1.6               Africa    6-4

6.2           Nokia    6-5

6.3           Motorola    6-7

6.4           Siemens    6-10

6.4.1               ICM 2001 Total Sales By Region. 6-10

6.5           Ericsson    6-13

6.5.1               Ericsson In China. 6-13

6.6           Alcatel 6-15

6.7           Nortel 6-17

6.8           Lucent Regional Revenues. 6-19

6.9           NEC      6-21

6.10         Cisco    6-22

6.10.1             Cisco Systems Revenue. 6-23

6.10.2             Cisco Geographic information. 6-23

6.10.3             Cisco Regional Analysis. 6-24

6.11         Avaya    6-26

6.12         Fujitsu Telecommunications. 6-28

6.13         Telecommunications Market Regional Analysis. 6-30

List of Tables and Figures

Table ES-1. ES-1

Telecommunication Market Trends

Table ES-2. ES-5

Future Drivers Of The Telecommunications Industry

Table ES-3. ES-9

TOP TEN TELECOMMUNICATIONS PUBLIC EQUIPMENT SHIPMENTS BY COMPANY, 2001

Table ES-4. ES-10

Top ten telecommunications equipment, provider shipments, 2001

Table ES-5. ES-11

Top 10 Telecommunications Provider Shipments, 1998-2001

Table ES-6. ES-12

TOP 10 TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIPEMNT PROVIDER SHIPMENTS, 1998, 1999, 2000, AND 2001

Table 1-1. 1-2

Telecommunications Market Driving Forces

Table 1-2. 1-4

Telecommunications Market Shifts

Table 1-3. 1-5

Change In Telecommunications Equipment Markets

Table 1-4. 1-6

Response To Change In Telecommunications Equipment Markets

Table 1-5. 1-8

Service Provider Build-Out Of The Next Generation 3G Systems

Table 1-6. 1-9

Factors Impacting Build-Out Of 3G Wireless Infrastructure

Table 1-7. 1-10

Factors Impacting Implementation Of 3G Wireless

Table 1-8. 1-13

Key Benefits Of Multimedia Solutions

Table 1-9. 1-16

Strategies To Improve Telecommunication Equipment Company Performance

Table 1-10. 1-21

Top Ten Telecommunication Providers As Market Makers

Table 1-11. 1-22

Top Ten Telecommunications Equipment Provider Market Strategies

Table 1-12. 1-23

Top Ten Telecommunications Equipment Provider Strategies To Adapt To Changing

Table 1-13. 1-26

Marketing Globally

Table 2-1. 2-1

Telecommunication Market Trends

Table 2-2. 2-2

Telecommunications System Features

Table 2-3. 2-13

Selected Top Ten Telecommunications Company Contracts

Table 2-4. 2-20

WORLDWIDE NOKIA TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT SHIPMENTS BY SEGMENT, 2001

Table 2-5. 2-21

NOKIA SHIPMENTS BY SEGMENT, DOLLARS, 2001

Table 2-6. 2-23

mOTOROLA SEGMENT REVENUE, DOLLARS, WORLDWIDE, 2001

Table 2-7. 2-23

MOTOROLA SHIPMENTS BY SEGMENT, DOLLARS, 2001

Table 2-8. 2-25

WORLDWIDE SIEMENS SEGMENT REVENUE, 2001 

Table 2-9. 2-26

SIEMENS SHIPMENTS BY SEGMENT, DOLLARS, 2001

Table 2-10. 2-29

ERICSSON SEGMENT REVENUE, 2001 

Table 2-11. 2-29

ERICSSON SHIPMENTS BY SEGMENT, DOLLARS, 2001

Table 2-12. 2-30

WORLDWIDE ALCATEL TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT SHIPMENTS BY SEGMENT

Table 2-13. 2-31

ALCATEL SHIPMENTS BY SEGMENT, DOLLARS, 2001

Table 2-14. 2-33

WORLDWIDE NORTEL TELECOMMUNICATIONS MARKET SEGMENTS, DOLLARS, 2001

Table 2-15. 2-33

NORTEL SHIPMENTS BY SEGMENT, DOLLARS, 2001

Table 2-16. 2-36

WORLDWIDE LUCENT TELECOMMUNICATIONS MARKET SEGMENTS, DOLLARS, 2001

Table 2-17. 2-37

LUCENT SHIPMENTS BY SEGMENT, DOLLARS, 2001

Table 2-18. 2-38

NEC SEGMENT REVENUE, 2001 

Table 2-19. 2-39

NEC SHIPMENTS BY SEGMENT, DOLLARS, 2001

Table 2-20. 2-40

CISCO SEGMENT REVENUE, WORLDWIDE, DOLLARS, 2001 

Table 2-21. 2-41

CISCO SHIPMENTS BY SEGMENT, DOLLARS, 2001

Table 2-22. 2-44

WORLDWIDE AVAYA TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT SHIPMENTS BY SEGMENT

 Table 2-23. 2-45

AVAYA SHIPMENTS BY SEGMENT, DOLLARS, 2001

Table 2-24. 2-46

FUJITSU WORLDWIDE SEGMENT REVENUE, DOLLARS, 2001 

Table 2-25. 2-47

FUJITISU SHIPMENTS BY SEGMENT, DOLLARS, 2001

Table 2-26. 2-47

Telecommunications Equipment Market Growth Factors

Table 2-27. 2-51

TOP TEN TELECOMMUNICATIONS PUBLIC EQUIPMENT SHIPMENTS BY COMPANY, 2001

Table 2-28. 2-52

TOP TEN TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT PROVIDER SHIPMENTS,  2001

Table 2-29. 2-53

TOP 10 TELECOMMUNICATIONS PROVIDER SHIPMENTS, 1998-2001

Table 2-30. 2-55

TOP TEN TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT PROVIDER SHIPMENTS, 1998, 1999, 2000, and 2001

Table 2-31. 2-55

Telecommunications Industry Trends

Table 2-32. 2-59

INDEXED SALES OF SELECTED LEADING TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT SUPPLIERS, 1993-2001

Table 2-33  2-60

INDEX OF COMPANY SALES (1993=100)

Table 3-1. 3-1

Nokia Handset Models

Table 3-2. 3-2

Nokia 9000 Handset Features

Table 3-3. 3-3

Nokia 8300 Handset Features

Table 3-4. 3-4

Nokia 6300 Handset Features

Table 3-5. 3-8

Features Of Siemens Surpass hiQ

Table 3-6. 3-9

Benefits Of Siemens Surpass hiQ

Table 3-7. 3-11

Functions Of Surpass hiG

Table 3-8. 3-18

IP Telephony 2.1 Switch Functions

Table 3-9. 3-20

Ericsson IP Telephony 2.1 System Architecture

Table 3-10. 3-21

Ericsson IP Telephony 2.1 System Access Agents

Table 3-11. 3-24

Key benefits of Ericsson IPT 2.1

Table 3-12. 3-25

IPT 2.1 Spectrum Of Telephony Services

Table 3-13. 3-26

IPT 2.1 SMEs Soft PBX Functionality

Table 3-14. 3-27

IPT 2.1 SMEs Soft PBX Features

Table 3-15. 3-29

IPT 2.1 SMEs Soft PBX Configurations

Table 3-16. 3-34

IP Telephony 2.1 Switch Functions

Table 3-17. 3-35

IP Telephony 2.1 System Architecture

Table 3-18. 3-36

IP Telephony 2.1 System Access Agents

Table 3-19. 3-39

Key Benefits Of Ericsson IPT 2.1

Table 3-20. 3-40

IPT 2.1 Spectrum Of Telephony Services

Table 3-21. 3-41

IPT 2.1 SMEs Soft PBX Functionality

Table 3-22. 3-42

IPT 2.1 SMEs Soft PBX Features

Table 3-23. 3-44

IPT 2.1 SMEs Soft PBX Configurations

Table 3-24. 3-55

Alcatel 5000 Softswitch Key Features

Table 3-25. 3-55

Alcatel 5000 Softswitch Key Benefits

Table 3-26. 3-56

Alcatel Regional Positioning

Table 3-27. 3-57

Alcatel Products By Category

Table 3-28. 3-59

Alcatel Products By Technology

Table 3-29. 3-60

Alcatel Products by Customer Type

Table 3-30. 3-64

Nortel Networking Solution Positioning

Table 3-31. 3-74

Service Intelligent Network Architecture Key Elements

Table 3-32. 3-84

Lucent LambdaUnite Network Functions

Table 3-33. 3-86

Lucent LambdaRouter All Optical Switch Features

Table 3-34. 3-87

NEC Product Positioning

Table 3-35. 3-95

Services Provided By The NEC FA-1201 DLC System

Table 3-36. 3-100

Cisco 12400 Internet Router Products

Table 3-37. 3-101

Cisco Service Provider Products Positioning

Table 3-38. 3-115

Fujitsu Flashwave 7600 Features

Table 4-1. 4-8

Siemens Response To Communications Trends

Table 4-2. 4-20

Vendor Reorganization Activities

Table 4-3. 4-27

Fujitsu Telecommunications Restructuring

Table 4-4. 4-28

Avaya Reorganization Market Definition and Response

Table 5-1. 5-11

Alcatel Softswitch Positioning

Table 5-2. 5-12

Alcatel Data Network Infrastructure Voice Components

Table 5-3. 5-18

Avaya Reorganization Market Definition And Response

Table 5-4. 5-35

Ericsson Strategic Positioning For PBX Markets

Table 5-5. 5-53

Motorola Intelligence Everywhere Solutions

Table 5-6. 5-76

Nokia Provider Partnerships

Table 5-7. 5-83

Nortel Networks Acquisitions

Table 5-8. 5-84

Nortel Networks Customers

Table 6-1. 6-6

NOKIA REGIONAL MARKET SHARES, 2001

Table 6-2. 6-7

NOKIA SHIPMENTS BY REGION, DOLLARS, 2001

Table 6-3. 6-9

MOTOROLA REGIONAL MARKET SHARES, 2001

Table 6-4. 6-9

MOTOROLA SHIPMENTS BY REGION, DOLLARS, 2001

Table 6-5. 6-12

SIEMENS REGIONAL MARKET SHARES, 2001

Table 6-6. 6-13

SIEMENS SHIPMENTS BY REGION, DOLLARS, 2001

Table 6-7. 6-14

ERICSSON REGIONAL MARKET SHARES, 2001

Table 6-8. 6-14

ERICSSON SHIPMENTS BY REGION, DOLLARS, 2001

Table 6-9. 6-16

ALCATEL REGIONAL MARKET SHARES, 2001

Table 6-10. 6-16

ALCATEL SHIPMENTS BY REGION, DOLLARS, 2001

Table 6-11. 6-18

NORTEL REGIONAL MARKET SHARES, 2001

Table 6-12. 6-18

NORTEL SHIPMENTS BY REGION, DOLLARS, 2001

Table 6-13. 6-20

LUCENT REGIONAL MARKET SHARES, 2001

Table 6-14. 6-20

LUCENT SHIPMENTS BY REGION, DOLLARS, 2001

Table 6-15. 6-21

NEC REGIONAL MARKET SHARES, 2001

Table 6-16. 6-22

NEC SHIPMENTS BY REGION, DOLLARS, 2001

Table 6-17. 6-25

CISCO REGIONAL MARKET SHARES, 2001

Table 6-18. 6-25

CISCO SHIPMENTS BY REGION, DOLLARS, 2001

Table 6-19. 6-27

AVAYA REGIONAL MARKET SHARES, 2001

Table 6-20. 6-27

AVAYA SHIPMENTS BY REGION, DOLLARS, 2001

Table 6-21. 6-29

FUJITSU REGIONAL MARKET SHARES, 2001

Table 6-22. 6-29

FUJITSU SHIPMENTS BY REGION, DOLLARS, 2001

Table 6-23. 6-30

WORLDWIDE TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT SHIPMENTS BY REGION, 2001

Table 6-24. 6-31

WORLDWIDE TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT PROVIDER SHIPMENTS BY REGION, DOLLARS, 2001

Table 6-25. 6-32

PROVIDER SHIPMENTS BY REGION, DOLLARS, 2001

 Top Ten Telecommunication Company Market Shares And Market Forecasts

Top Ten Telecommunication Product Description

Top Ten Telecommunication Equipment Company Profiles

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WinterGreen Research, founded in 1985, provides strategic market assessments in telecommunications, communications equipment, health care, and advanced computer technology.  Industry reports focus on opportunities that will expand existing markets or develop major new markets.  The reports assess new product and service positioning strategies, new and evolving technologies, and technological impact on products, services, and markets.  Market shares are provided.  Leading market participants are profiled, and their marketing strategies, acquisitions, and strategic alliances are discussed.  The principals of WinterGreen Research have been involved in analysis and forecasting of international business opportunities in telecommunications and advanced computer technology markets for over 30 years.

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Ellen T. Curtiss, Technical Director, co-founder of WinterGreen Research, conducts strategic and market assessments in technology-based industries.  Previously she was a member of the staff of Arthur D. Little, Inc., for 23 years, most recently as Vice President of Arthur D. Little Decision Resources, specializing in strategic planning and market development services.  She is a graduate of Boston University and the Program for Management Development at Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration.  She is the author of recent studies on worldwide telecommunications markets, the top ten internet equipment companies, the top ten contract manufacturing companies, and the Top Ten Telecommunications market analysis and forecasts.

Susan Eustis, President, co-founder of WinterGreen Research, has done research in communications and computer markets and applications.  She holds several patents in microcomputing and parallel processing.  She has the original patents in electronic voting machines.  She has new patent applications in format varying, mulitprocessing, and electronic voting.  She is the author of recent studies of the Regional Bell Operating Companies' marketing strategies, Internet equipment, biometrics, a study of Internet Equipment, Worldwide Telecommunications Equipment, Top Ten Telecommunications, Digital Loop Carrier, Web Hosting, Web Services, and Application Integration markets.  Ms. Eustis is a graduate of Barnard College.

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