Subscriber Data Management is a system that allows digital service providers to maintain and organise device data and subscribers through a single interface, allowing their service provider to streamline network topologies and avoid data duplication and incoherence. The most complex component in telecommunications networks is subscriber data management, or SDM. It provides telecommunications operators with a consolidated view of data from numerous databases.
Unlike other systems or applications, it also allows for incorporation by allowing access to transactions, protocol translation, data transformation, and data schema manipulation. This data and protocol association capability enables operators to create a unified interface for all data banks to admit information. The increased number of network technological innovations, the introduction of 5G, and modern cloud designs are driving the demand for subscriber data management software.
Global Subscriber Data Management Market Analysis Report 2021
‘Subscriber Data Management Comprehensive Market by Solution (Policy Management, Subscriber Data Federation, User Data Repository, Identity Management); by Network Type (Mobile Networks, Fixed Networks); by Application Type (Mobile, Fixed Mobile Convergence, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and Video over IP, Others); by Organization Size (Small and Medium Enterprises, Large Enterprises); by Deployment Mode (Cloud, On-Premises); by Regulator (North America, Asia-pacific, Europe, Latin America and Middle-East and Africa)
– Market share analysis’ states that the Subscriber Data Management Comprehensive market is expected to grow due to the following factors. During the forecast period, the major drivers will be the increasing deployment of the internet protocol multimedia subsystem (IMS) and the ability to allow inter-network consolidation, which will propel the subscriber data management market.
Furthermore, the growing number of mobile phones and mobile users is propelling the SDM market forward. As mobile phone usage grows, so does the need for mobile operators to easily coordinate subscriber information, which is propelling the growth of the subscriber data management market. The need to reduce operational expenditure and allow inter-network integration, as well as the increased use of Long-Term Evolution (LTE) and voice over LTE (VoLTE), the implementation of the Internet Protocol Multimedia Subsystem (IMS), and the shift of telco to Network Function Virtualization (NFV), are some of the factors driving the SDM market’s growth.
Furthermore, the need to reduce operational expenses and encourage cross-network consolidation, rising demand for LTE and VoLTE subscribers, the introduction of the Internet Protocol Multimedia Subsystem, and the migration of telco to NFV tools will drive the growth of the Subscriber Data Management segment.
North America is expected to lead the global LTE market in terms of region. Furthermore, VoLTE deployment and expanding cloud-based monetization solutions are the primary drivers of SDM growth in this region. The primary reason for the high growth rate in Asia-Pacific is the region’s ever-growing population, which has resulted in a massive increase in the subscriber base for telecom companies.
Key Issues Addressed
- What will the global Subscriber Data Management (SDM) market be worth in 2026?
- What is the global Subscriber Data Management (SDM) market’s current CAGR?
- Which product is expected to grow the most in the market?
- Which application is expected to dominate the global Subscriber Data Management (SDM) market?
- Which region is expected to generate the most opportunities in the global Subscriber Data Management (SDM) market?
- Will there be any changes in market competition during the forecast period?
- Who are the leading players in the global Subscriber Data Management (SDM) market?
- What will happen to the market in the coming years?
- What are the most common business strategies used by players?
- What is the global Subscriber Data Management (SDM) market’s growth forecast?