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Technology, Media and Telecoms Predictions 2019

Technology, Media and Telecoms Predictions 2019

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SUMMARY

This 2019 report predicts the latest trends, changes, and innovations in technology, media, and telecommunications.

Ten years ago, Deloitte Insight wrote about the launch of 4GLTE wireless networks. A decade later, Deloitte analysts now make predictions on 5G networks that will launch this year. Not surprisingly, 5G forecasts look similar to the initial launch of 4G with regards to units, revenue, and rollout. Yet the upgraded data speeds and low latency 5G supports can usher the advancement of sectors, such as mobility, healthcare, manufacturing, and industries that require connectivity.

There are exciting findings on technology and with equally exciting predictions. Machine learning is predicted to be the largest and fastest technology trend in 2019. The predicted rise of machine learning is associated with China’s growth as a leading manufacturer of artificial intelligence (AI) chips. Moreover, AI is evolving from an expert-driven field to a powerful tool that any company can use via cloud technology. After years of growth, reality has caught up to earlier expectations on 3D printing or additive manufacturing.

In regards to media, there is a focus on TV sports, radio and eSports. In 2019, analysts concentrate on TV sports, young viewers and TV sports betting. As it celebrates its 99th birthday, traditional radio is expected to continue as its reach remains unchanged. While eSports began as a cult phenomenon, electronic sports or eSports has evolved into a profitable industry and has big implications for media and advertisers.

The report highlights two new themes, smart speakers and quantum computers. Smart speakers have leaped onto the scene as one of the fastest-adopted new devices in history. This opportunity is a result of smart speaker’s expansion into non-English speaking markets. At US $50 billion per year, quantum computers are predicted to have the equivalent value as the modern supercomputer market.

OUTLINE

Foreword

5G

Artificial intelligence

Smart speakers

TV sports and eSports in 2019          

Radio and 3D printing 

China leads the digital business world 

Quantum computers

DETAILS

Overview

Researchfinder Rating
5 out of 5 stars
Title
Technology, Media and Telecoms Predictions 2019
Region
Global
Published
Sept. 15, 2018
Publisher
Deloitte Insights
Author(s)
Paul Sallomi, Mark Casey, Craig Wigginton, Paul Lee, Jeff Loucks, Duncan Stewart, Chris Arkenberg
Price
FREE
Language
ENGLISH

Content

Number of Pages
112
Number of Tables
2
Number of Exhibits
26
Topics
ai, hardware, iot, mobile, networks
Tags
3d printing, 5G, AI, artificial intelligence, china, Deloitte, global, iot, machine learning, media, quantum computers, smart speaker, telecommunication
Author(s)
Paul Sallomi, Mark Casey, Craig Wigginton, Paul Lee, Jeff Loucks, Duncan Stewart, Chris Arkenberg
Methodology
Industry experts, leaders and analysts critically analyze the state of specific technologies, media, and telecommunication.
EVALUATION

The forecasts, claims, and suggestions of this report are supported by research, case studies, and data from a comprehensive catalog of sources.

The writing is clear and concise. For better or worse, the overall portfolio does not rely on numerous data samples, graphs, charts, and tables.

Positives:

  • Excellent writing
  • Visually appealing
  • Wide-range of sources

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