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Our whitepapers cover a wide range of topics and generally reflect the areas that we cover most. Registered users on the website can download our free whitepapers, published on a weekly basis.
Can Smartwatches Make Up for Lost Time?

Can Smartwatches Make Up for Lost Time?

January 2017
With the launch of the Apple Watch in 2014, smartwatches have become far more prominent than they were in previous years. The trend can arguably be said to have begun with Sony’s SmartWatch in 2012, which had its ancestry in devices like Microsoft’s Smart Personal Objects Technology in 2003. A full range of players have now entered the ecosystem, from IT companies to jewellers, and releases throughout 2016 have begun to mark a shift in how the technology is perceived.

However, there has been no mass consumer adoption of the devices, which is having an impact on that ecosystem and its future development. This research will discuss the biggest trends affecting the smartwatch
space, before presenting a forecast for smartwatch hardware revenue in 2021.
Consumer Electronics 2017- what's next?

Consumer Electronics 2017- what's next?

January 2017
CES 2017 highlighted that AI (Artificial Intelligence) is becoming the backbone to app-integrated interactions for virtually every complex computerised product at the show, whilst showcasing increasingly refined and sophisticated developments across multiple sectors - from voice assistants being installed in a huge variety of products to VR expansion, the release of games-focused laptops and Mayfield Robotics’ surprise hit with a cute mute robot.
 
Smart Homes ~ Getting Smarter 2017

Smart Homes ~ Getting Smarter 2017

January 2017
Since the rise of the smartphone, the term ‘smart’ is used in the loosest possible manner in the current marketing landscape, where ‘smart’ may refer merely to the fact that a device has on-board connectivity. Juniper Research defines a Smart Home as one that is designed to deliver or distribute a number of digital services inside and outside the home, through a range of networked devices.
 
Mobile Operators ~ Making The Networks Pay

Mobile Operators ~ Making The Networks Pay

December 2016
As the array of mobile content, services and delivery devices continues to evolve, MNOs (Mobile Network Operators) face increased competition in arenas that were historically their sole preserve. With OTT (Over the Top) players providing popular alternatives to texting and circuit-switched voice calls, the MNOs core revenues are being eroded. At the same time, they are struggling effectively to monetise the explosion in consumer data usage, which itself raises the problem of rising traffic costs.
IoT ~ Internet of Transformation 2017

IoT ~ Internet of Transformation 2017

December 2016
Juniper Research forecasts that the number of connected IoT (Internet of Things) devices, sensors and actuators will reach over 46 billion in 2021. This 200% increase, from 2016, will be driven in large part by a reduction in the unit costs of hardware. Juniper forecasts that it will average close to the ‘magic’ $1 throughout the period. It was found that industrial and public services will post the highest growth over the forecast period, averaging over 24% annually.
Top 10 Tech Trends 2017 - Webinar Slides

Top 10 Tech Trends 2017 - Webinar Slides

December 2016
This Slide deck contains all of the slides presented in our recent webinar for Top 10 Tech Trends in 2017. 

The slides include a rundown of our top 10 tech choices alongside an explanation of the opportunity, why 2017 is a key year, who will benefit and Juniper's prediction. 

If you would like to watch the full top 10 webinar it is available in the Videos & Radio section of our website. 

 
Top 10 Tech Trends for 2017 - Whitepaper

Top 10 Tech Trends for 2017 - Whitepaper

December 2016
During the past year, tech industries continued to evolve at pace, with a host of emerging technologies, such as VR and blockchain, poised to reshape the ecosystems across an array of key verticals. Nascent services such as eSports are gaining mass audiences, while regulatory and technological developments will underpin the transformation of the banking industry.

In this trends document, we provide our assessment of what we believe will be the critical developments over the coming year in the tech space, developments that will impact upon, and be driven by, both players across the value chain and the consumers themselves.

If you would like to watch the full top 10 webinar it is available in the Videos & Radio section of our website. 

 
Wi-Fi Calling Operators 2017

Wi-Fi Calling Operators 2017

December 2016
Juniper Research has considered 2 different aspects of data migration for the purpose of this research, from mobile devices to the fixed network which is essentially data offload and from fixed devices to the mobile network, which we refer to as data onload.
Consumer Biometrics ~ Skin Deep, or Heartfelt?

Consumer Biometrics ~ Skin Deep, or Heartfelt?

November 2016
Smartphone security is growing in importance as, along with increased penetration of smartphones, people are storing and accessing more personal, business and financial data on their phones. Alphanumeric passwords are the standard method of authentication, but can be difficult to put into a smartphone accurately whilst on the move. Furthermore, the small screen size relative to that of a desktop or laptop means that input is more difficult, while the ‘fat finger’ factor increases the risk of error.
On Track with Self-Driving Vehicles 2.0

On Track with Self-Driving Vehicles 2.0

November 2016
AVs (Autonomous Vehicles) are being heralded as a way of greatly improving road safety and reducing accidents, the vast majority of which are caused by human error, as well as alleviating the tedium of driving in heavy traffic and providing increased mobility for the elderly or disabled.

ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) are the core elements of AVs and their adoption in normal production cars is increasing rapidly, driven primarily by more stringent safety specifications from organisations such as Euro NCAP.
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