Whitepapers, Reports & E-Books
Openwave Mobility regularly publishes material on key industry topics. Checkout this section regularly for updated material.
Mobile Video Index - Spring 2019
Find out what is really happening with mobile video on 4G today, and 5G tomorrow. Global data from mobile networks and discussion with mobile operators and industry analysts.
The 5G Cloud Data Management Playbook 2019
How the data layer is enabling stateless applications for 5G mobile networks. Everything you need to know about telco cloud data management.
Mobile Video Index - March 2018
Focuses on mobile video subscriber behavior: Facebook versus YouTube viewing; the latest QoE parameters and results of a consumer survey of subscriber preferences.
Mobile Video Index - December 2017
New trends in encrypted traffic, video resolution and the rise of QUIC, from over 30 operators worldwide.
The NFV Playbook
The practical operator guide for progressing NFV. Collection of individual briefings from ABI Research, HIS, Strategy Analytics, and others.
New Perspectives in Subscriber Data Management
How SDM enables mobile operators to take on the challenges of Virtualization, Identity and the Internet of Things.
5 Traffic Management Trends that will Shape the Mobile Industry in 2017
With insights from leading analysts at Strategy Analytics and ABI Research.
In the light of T-Mobile USA's BINGE ON roll-out, we look at the business of mobile data, the packaging of data offers and the key metrics for success.
Estimates on the scale of IoT vary from huge to overwhelming. Here we discuss a high-level blueprint for a telco grade IoT backend infrastructure based on SDM.
Levels of encryption on mobile networks demands new thinking for the next generation of access. This paper introduces and analyses a range of industry solutions including multi-layer, selective flow and session inspection solutions relevant to encrypted video.
It is estimated that by 2020 the addressable mobile IdM services market will reach $9.4 billion, but the Communication Service Providers (CSP's) may only address 15% ($1.4 billion) of the market.