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Next Generation 911 (NG911) Market Analysis

Frost & Sullivan

March 2016

Next Generation 911(NG11) represents an industry transformation that proactively enhances public safety by acknowledging and catering to the rapidly evolving demands, products, lifestyles, and technologies of citizens. NG911 introduces an array of innovative solutions that will significantly expand public safety capabilities and drive growth opportunities for an increasing number of stakeholders.

Summary

– The report predicts that the total NG911 market will grow from approximately $X million in 2015 to over $X million by 2021 for a CAGR of X%. For the purposes of market estimates, revenue is composed of two primary revenue streams: customer premise equipment (CPE) and Emergency Services IP Network (ESInet) software components.

– Next Generation 911(NG11) represents an industry transformation that proactively enhances public safety by acknowledging, and catering to, the rapidly evolving demands, products, lifestyles, and technologies of citizens. NG911 introduces an array of innovative solutions that will significantly expand public safety capabilities and drive growth opportunities for an increasing number of stakeholders.

– The primary element of a NG911 system is the Emergency Services IP Network (ESInet). Estimates suggest that the ESInet market penetration, based on US population covered by ESInet deployments, will grow from approximately X% in 2015 to approximately X% by 2021.

– The report expects the ESInet software market to grow from approximately $60 million in 2015 to over $X million by 2021 for a CAGR of X%. At year end 2015, estimates suggest TCS will have X% of the ESInet software market, followed by West (X%), Synergem (X%), and Solacom (X%).

– West and TeleCommunications Systems (TCS) currently provide the most comprehensive in-house technical capabilities in the NG911 market, offering the full portfolio of ESInet components, system integration (professional services), geographic information system (GIS), and customer premise equipment (CPE).

– Research indicates the leading end-to-end NG911 solution providers include AT&T, CenturyLink, TeleCommunications Systems (TCS), and West. Local Exchange Carriers (LECs) that have primary NG911 contracts with counties or states generally partner with an ESInet vendor to support end-to-end service fulfillment.

Source:http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/688hrk/next_generation

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