In order to reduce the cost of a proprietary study and still allow you to benefit
from the quality of our work, Dittberner Associates can often arrange multiple
sponsorship studies. The access to this information is limited to the few partners
involved and thus you still receive all the benefits of a custom study at a fraction
of the cost.
We also conduct a continuing open multi-client study program
which has been on-going for over 25 years. It deals with new Telecom technologies
and their impact on Telecom service providers.
past multi-client studies include:
This major project was undertaken for some 50 suppliers of data terminal equipment,
providing them with a 10-year forecast of data terminal requirements by application
for each of 66 major industries in the United States. This study, which cost more
than a US$1.0 million, was the largest ever undertaken on this topic in the US.
This study was undertaken to provide a 10-year forecast by industry
of the detailed PABX requirements, including features and functionality, in addition
to total overall market by PABX size class.
PROJECT KEY SET
multi-client study program providing a 10-year forecast of key system requirements
for each of 66 industries in the United States, including a detailed analysis
of traffic generated, feature requirements, and overall key set station requirements
for each of these industries, broken out by business size class within the industry.
Market requirements for global virtual private network services feature
and functionality, based on executive interviews with 122 multinational companies
in the USA and seven European countries.
broadband market requirements by industry and application based on 260 case studies
- Forecast year by year through the year 2000 for 46 industries and 14 application
PROJECT BROADBAND EUROPE
Forecast of broadband requirements
year by year through the year 2000 for Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Ireland,
Netherlands, Switzerland and the United Kingdom by industry and application. The
forecasts include speed ranges from 64 Kbps through 600 Mbps for applications
likely to employ sizable quantity of data transmission at speeds of 2.0 Mbps or
THE Dittberner PERSPECTIVE - (PROJECT ESS)
Started in 1974,
Project ESS is an ongoing world-wide study of new advances in telecommunications
technologies and their impact on telecom operators. It was conceived to assist
both telephone administrations and their equipment suppliers in the profitable
development and deployment of new technologies, resulting in the creation of new
services or cost reduction and improved efficiencies. Read
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if any new study is pending or if you want to initiate such a project.