IP Multimedia Subsystem Market Research Report- Forecast 2027

IP Multimedia Subsystem Market, By Access Network (Fixed Access, Mobile access, Wireless access), By Applications (Personal Digital Assistants, Computers/Laptops, Digital Subscriber Line, Cable Set-Top Box), By Services (videos, Web, Message) - Forecast 2027

ID: MRFR/SEM/1987-HCR | February 2021 | Region: Global | 100 pages

Please note that the assessment period of report has been updated from 2022 to 2027. Cordially fill the sample form for updated data.

Market Overview 


Network operation is a crucial element in any business. Managing these networks is essential for the productivity of the business. Today, many businesses are investing more on the network infrastructure. The IP multimedia subsystems are a network service that comes with voice video and text message features. It is a system that establishes, terminates ad manages the IP network. The Ip multimedia is a system for the integrated telecommunication networks. The IP multimedia subsystem is a high-end technology that is compatible with other next gen technologies. The IMS system is advantageous for any enterprise.


The beneficial services of the IP multimedia subsystem are cost-effectiveness, profitability, improved performance and low operational cost. Also, the next-gen technologies that can be embedded with the IP multimedia subsystem are cloud computing, mobility and other wireless networks. The rising demand for the automation market will enhance the growth of the IP Multimedia Subsystem Market. As per the IP Multimedia Subsystem Market Forecast growth rate of the market is estimated as 18%. The expected market value of the market is 4 Billion. 





 


 


Covid analysis 


Covid 19 has adversely affected the global IP multimedia subsystem market. The IP multimedia system manufacturers have been affected by the pandemic. However, the effects of this covid 19 are only temporary. The market trends are steady in the forecast period. Also, the post covid market growth is promising for the IP multimedia subsystem. The healthcare sector and some of the oil and gas industries still retained their high demand during the pandemic. The IP multimedia subsystem requires technicians for installation. Many end-users became hesitant to make large orders to avoid contact. The supply of the global IP multimedia subsystem is rising in the upcoming years. 


Market Dynamics 


The crucial market drivers 


The network infrastructure is upgrading every year. The organisations need to adopt the new network infrastructure for better productivity. The digital business depends on the new network infrastructure management. The new network infrastructure includes the IP multimedia subsystems and other next-gen application. The requirement for network up-gradation is driving the IP multimedia subsystem market. The network infrastructure is streamlined for business operations.


The IP multimedia subsystem is a cost-effective network infrastructure when compared to other networks. The cost-efficiency of this technology enables both large and small enterprises to utilise it. The cost factor is a crucial demand driving factor in this market. The standardization and the easy interface of the IP multimedia subsystem make it suitable for several companies. With less expenditure, the enterprises can manage, control and increase the productivity of the organization. Also, the enterprises using the IP multimedia subsystem can earn higher revenue with less expenditure. 


The market growth opportunities 


The IP multimedia subsystem industry has massive growth opportunities in the VoLTE and VoWiFi sector. Also, The IP multimedia subsystem is easily compatible with the communication services. The Volte industry is using the IP multimedia subsystem for various applications. In the upcoming years, other telecommunication services will utilise IP technology. It offers the market plenty of development opportunities. The Volte is offering voice services for the audience through the IP multimedia subsystem technology.


Furthermore, the emergence of the 5G technology is offering more growth opportunities for the IP multimedia subsystem market. The 5G is the next-generation technology in the ICT market. During the forecast period, several verticals such as entertainment, healthcare, education, government, and transportation are utilizing the 5G technology. The 5G technology offer benefits such as easy connectivity, massive computing capabilities, low latency and cloud computing. The implementation of 5G will increase the use of the IP multimedia subsystem in 2022. The market growth of the IP multimedia subsystem market is promising. 


The market restraints 


The use of the IP multimedia subsystem requires virtual network infrastructure. Using this technology in legacy system has several complexities. Using IP multimedia in the legacy system decreases the productivity and efficiency of the organisation. The legacy system creates several problems such as high maintenance cost, software error and lack of compatibility. The legacy software of the enterprise needs to be heavily modified to be compatible with the IP multimedia subsystem. Customizing the legacy system is a capital-intensive task.


The lack of compatibility of the IP multimedia subsystem with the legacy software is the major market restraint. Moreover, most of the enterprise uses legacy software. The lifestyle of software ranges from 2 to 5 years. The lifecycle of this legacy system will take more than 5 years to end. It puts the enterprise owners at serious risk. It is a complex transformation. The cost concerns and software lifecycle concerns are the significant IP multimedia market restraint. 


The market challenges 


Security is a priority in any network infrastructure. Advanced technologies increase the security threat in networks. Also, security attacks and cyber threats are significant challenges in the IP multimedia subsystem market. The IP multimedia network infrastructure requires more developments in the security features. The market needs to enhance security to provide a better working environment for professionals. Also, the enterprises using the IP multimedia subsystem in the legacy system are exposed to several security vulnerabilities. 


The cumulative growth analysis 


The Ip multimedia subsystem is a sophisticated technology. The market is witnessing stable growth in recent years. Also, the gradual increase in the market will continue till the forecast period 2022. However, there are some drawbacks in the IP multimedia subsystem market. The need for an upgraded system is the major factor that restricts the market growth. Also, the security issue in this network infrastructure is a serious challenge in this market. However, the key players of the market are taking measures to solve these product issues. The crucial IP multimedia subsystem market drivers are contributing more to the overall growth. 


The value chain analysis 


North America is witnessing high IP Multimedia Subsystem Market Profit Sales. It is a region that has well-established telecom firms. The market is witnessing more developments by expanding wireless broadband networks. The government is taking several initiatives to promote efficient technology such as the IP multimedia subsystem. Also, the government is launching a private radio service. All these aspects are creating a positive effect on the Multimedia Subsystem Market Growth. In the forecast period, the Ip multimedia subsystem market value will reach its peak in North America. The rapid adoption of new technologies and government initiatives are the crucial demand driving factors in this region. 


By segment 


By component 



  • Services 

  • Product 

  • Professional services 

  • Managing services 


 By operator 



  • Network operator 

  • Mobile operator 


By type 



  • Media control function 

  • Call control function 

  • Media Resource Functions

  • Signaling function 

  • Home subscriber server 


By services 



  • Messaging 

  • Voice controls 

  • Volte 

  • Video 


Regional analysis 


The IP multimedia subsystem market is diversified into North America, Asia Pacific and Europe. North America outgrows the other regional players of the market. The IP Multimedia Subsystem Market Research Analysis shows that Asia Pacific will witness the strongest market growth during the forecast period. The up-gradation of network infrastructure and plenty of mobile operators drive the market growth in the region. The adoption of virtualization is happening at an exponential pace in the Asia Pacific region. There are going to more demand from new verticals for the IP multimedia subsystem in the upcoming years. The security of network information is a primary concern in Europe. Europe is adopting the IP multimedia subsystem to increase productivity and security of networks. These regional players are the key contributors of the Global IP Multimedia Subsystem Market. 


Competitive landscape 


The need for the Ip multimedia subsystem is getting higher every year. This efficient and cost-effective technology remains a crucial aspect of the telecom industry. The competition in the market is not a server. However, the entry of new competitors will grow the completion in the market. 


The key players of the IP multimedia subsystem market are 



  • Allot Communication 

  • LM Ericsson 

  • Ascom Holdings AG 

  • Oracle 

  • Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. 

  • Bradford Networks, Inc.

  • Nokia Corporation (Finland)

  • HP 

  • Alcatel-Lucent

  • Cisco Systems, Inc. 

  • IBM Corporation 

  • Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. 


Recent developments 



  1. The key players in Europe launched the IP system with plenty of new features. Content managing, caching and low latency video are some capabilities of the system. Also, the players utilized the 3GPP interfaces to increase the security and efficiency of the system. 

  2. The key players in Asia pacific launched the high definition Volte voice services. From HD videos to multi-media everything is available in the IP multimedia subsystem. 

  3. The US IP multimedia subsystem company is partnering with the top cellular company. The partnership helped them to launch an IP system with cloud computing features. 

  4. The European market players are launching the IP multimedia subsystem into the mining industry. 


Report overview 



  1.  Market overview highlights 

  2.  Analysis based upon COVID 19

  3.  Explanation upon the Market Dynamics

  4.  Value chain analysis

  5.  Market segmentation overview

  6.  The regional analysis

  7.  Competitive landscape analysis

  8. Recent Developments



Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) :


The global market of industrial automation is expected to thrive at 18% CAGR and value at USD 4 Billion by 2022.

Signaling Gateway (SGW) is an important function of IP multimedia subsystem. Other functions are Call Session Control Function (CSCF), Media Resource Functions (MRF), Media Gateway Control Function (MGCF), and Home Subscriber Server (HSS).

Cisco Systems, Inc. (U.S.), Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. (U.S.), Bradford Networks, Inc. (U.S.), HP (U.S.), Allot Communication (Israel), and Ascom Holdings AG (Switzerland) are some key players of the global IP multimedia subsystem market.

Fixed access, wireless access, and mobile access are access network used by IP multimedia subsystem. Wireless access is expected to gain high traction.

Personal digital assistants (PDAS), mobile phones, cable set-top box, digital subscriber line (DSL), and desktops or laptops are area of application of IP multimedia subsystem.

1 MARKET INTRODUCTION

1.1 INTRODUCTION

1.2 SCOPE OF STUDY

1.2.1 RESEARCH OBJECTIVE

1.2.2 ASSUMPTIONS

1.2.3 LIMITATIONS

1.3 MARKET STRUCTURE

2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

2.1 RESEARCH NETWORK SOLUTION

2.2 PRIMARY RESEARCH

2.3 SECONDARY RESEARCH

2.4 FORECAST MODEL

2.4.1 MARKET DATA COLLECTION, ANALYSIS & FORECAST

2.4.2 MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION

3 MARKET DYNAMICS

3.1 INTRODUCTION

3.2 MARKET DRIVERS

3.3 MARKET CHALLENGES

3.4 MARKET OPPORTUNITIES

3.5 MARKET RESTRAINTS

4 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

5. MARKET FACTOR ANALYSIS

5.1 PORTER’S FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS

5.2 SUPPLY CHAIN ANALYSIS

6 IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY SEGMENTS

6.1 INTRODUCTION

6.2 MARKET STATISTICS

6.2.1 BY FUNCTION

6.2.1.1 CALL SESSION CONTROL FUNCTION (CSCF)

6.2.1.2 HOME SUBSCRIBER SERVER (HSS)

6.2.1.3 SIGNALING GATEWAY (SGW)

6.2.1.4 MEDIA GATEWAY CONTROL FUNCTION (MGCF)

6.2.1.5 MEDIA RESOURCE FUNCTIONS (MRF)

6.2.2 BY ACCESS NETWORK

6.2.2.1 FIXED ACCESS

6.2.2.2 MOBILE ACCESS

6.2.2.3 WIRELESS ACCESS

6.2.3 BY APPLICATIONS

6.2.3.1 MOBILE PHONES

6.2.3.2 PERSONAL DIGITAL ASSISTANTS (PDAS)

6.2.3.3 DESKTOPS/LAPTOPS

6.2.3.4 DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER LINE (DSL)

6.2.3.5 CABLE SET-TOP BOX






BY SERVICES


WEB

MESSAGING

VOICE

VIDEO

VOLTE

RICH COMMUNICATION SERVICES (RCS)

OTHERS








6.2.5 BY GEOGRAPHY

6.2.5.1 NORTH AMERICA

6.2.5.2 EUROPE

6.2.5.3 ASIA-PACIFIC

6.2.5.4 REST OF THE WORLD

7 COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS

7.1 MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS

7.2 COMPANY PROFILES

7.2.1 LM ERICSSON (SWEDEN)

7.2.2 ORACLE (U.S.)

7.2.3 ALCATEL-LUCENT S.A. (FRANCE)

7.2.4 IBM CORPORATION (U.S.)

7.2.5 BROCADE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS, INC. (U.S.)

7.2.6 CISCO SYSTEMS, INC. (U.S.)

7.2.7 NOKIA CORPORATION (FINLAND)

7.2.8 HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. LTD. (CHINA)

7.2.9 BRADFORD NETWORKS, INC. (U.S.)

7.2.10 ALLOT COMMUNICATION (ISRAEL)

7.2.11 OTHERS


LIST OF TABLES

TABLE 1 IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY FUNCTIONTABLE 2 IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY ACCESS NETWORKTABLE 3 IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATIONSTABLE 4 IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY SERVICESTABLE 5 IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY REGIONSTABLE 6 NORTH AMERICA IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY FUNCTIONTABLE 7 NORTH AMERICA IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY ACCESS NETWORKTABLE 8 NORTH AMERICA IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATIONSTABLE 9 NORTH AMERICA IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY SERVICESTABLE 10 U.S. IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY FUNCTIONTABLE 11 U.S. IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY ACCESS NETWORKTABLE 12 U.S. IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATIONSTABLE 13 U.S. IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY SERVICESTABLE 14 CANADA IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY FUNCTIONTABLE 15 CANADA IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY ACCESS NETWORKTABLE 16 CANADA IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATIONSTABLE 17 CANADA IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY SERVICESTABLE 18 EUROPE IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY FUNCTIONTABLE 19 EUROPE IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY ACCESS NETWORKTABLE 20 EUROPE IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATIONSTABLE 21 EUROPE IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY SERVICESTABLE 22 GERMANY IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY FUNCTIONTABLE 23 GERMANY IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY ACCESS NETWORKTABLE 24 GERMANY IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATIONSTABLE 25 GERMANY IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY SERVICESTABLE 26 FRANCE IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY FUNCTIONTABLE 27 FRANCE IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY ACCESS NETWORKTABLE 28 FRANCE IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATIONSTABLE 29 FRANCE IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY SERVICESTABLE 30 U.K. IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY FUNCTIONTABLE 31 U.K. IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY ACCESS NETWORKTABLE 32 U.K. IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATIONSTABLE 33 U.K. IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY SERVICESTABLE 34 REST OF EUROPE IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY FUNCTIONTABLE 35 REST OF EUROPE IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY ACCESS NETWORKTABLE 36 REST OF EUROPE IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATIONSTABLE 37 REST OF EUROPE IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY SERVICESTABLE 38 ASIA-PACIFIC IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY FUNCTIONTABLE 39 ASIA-PACIFIC IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY ACCESS NETWORKTABLE 40 ASIA-PACIFIC IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATIONSTABLE 41 ASIA-PACIFIC IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY SERVICESTABLE 42 MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY FUNCTIONTABLE 43 MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY ACCESS NETWORKTABLE 44 MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATIONSTABLE 45 MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY SERVICES

LIST OF FIGURES

FIGURE 1 RESEARCH NETWORK SOLUTIONFIGURE 2 IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET: BY FUNCTION (%)FIGURE 3 IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET: BY ACCESS NETWORK (%)FIGURE 4 IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET: BY APPLICATIONS (%)FIGURE 5 IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET: BY SERVICES (%)FIGURE 6 IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET: BY REGIONFIGURE 7 NORTH AMERICA IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY FUNCTION (%)FIGURE 8 NORTH AMERICA IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY ACCESS NETWORK (%)FIGURE 9 NORTH AMERICA IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATIONS (%)FIGURE 10 NORTH AMERICA IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY SERVICES (%)FIGURE 11 EUROPE IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY FUNCTION (%)FIGURE 12 EUROPE IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY ACCESS NETWORK (%)FIGURE 13 EUROPE IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATIONS (%)FIGURE 14 EUROPE IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY SERVICES (%)FIGURE 15 ASIA-PACIFIC IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY FUNCTION (%)FIGURE 16 ASIA-PACIFIC IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY ACCESS NETWORK (%)FIGURE 17 ASIA-PACIFIC IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATIONS (%)FIGURE 18 ASIA-PACIFIC IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY SERVICES (%)FIGURE 19 ROW IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY FUNCTION (%)FIGURE 20 ROW IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY ACCESS NETWORK (%)FIGURE 21 ROW IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY APPLICATIONS (%)FIGURE 22 ROW IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM MARKET, BY SERVICES (%)