650 Group Launches New Research Report Series Focused on Network-as-a-Service (NaaS)
Vendors Taking Different Approaches to Consumption Models for Campus Ethernet Switching, WLAN, and SD-WAN Markets
A new category of research by 650 Group, a leading Market Intelligence Research firm for communications, data center, and cloud markets, will provide a series of reports offering unique insight into the Network-as-a-Service (NaaS) markets for campus switching, WLAN, and SD-WAN. The consumption model in enterprises continues to shift away from CAPEX and perpetual licenses to subscription and as-a-Service. These new reports reflect the idea that the needs of enterprises are different now and will continue to evolve away from pure CAPEX consumption models.
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“We see heightened demand for different consumption models throughout the differing campus networks of Ethernet switching, Wireless LAN, and SD-WAN, especially as customers look towards subscription models and vendors look to shift their business models,” said Alan Weckel, Founder and Technology Analyst at 650 Group. “NaaS is a natural progression in these markets, especially today as they move from pure CAPEX to hybrid models of Cloud-managed and subscription, to NaaS. As a result, we expect NaaS to outpace overall market growth and quickly approach $1B.”
650 Group’s NaaS reports: Quarterly Ethernet Switch — Campus Switching NaaS, Enterprise WLAN NaaS, and SD-WAN Naa’s, include segmentation on a regional and worldwide basis and provide market data for the China and non-China markets. The 650 Group Naa’S reports will also review and analyze the vendor’s current revenue splits between traditional CAPEX and subscription-related revenue. Future reports will include additional segmentation and vendors.
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