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Asia/Pacific Big Data Technology and Services 2013-2017 Analysis and Forecast: The Journey to Tech+ Transformation Continues, Next Stop Is Innovation

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Asia/Pacific Big Data Technology and Services 2013-2017 Analysis and Forecast: The Journey to Tech+ Transformation Continues, Next Stop Is Innovation

This IDC study examines the Big Data technology and services market for the period 2011-2017. The Big Data market is an aggregation of the storage, server, networking, software (e.g., information management software, discovery and analytics software, and applications software), and services market segments -- each with several subsegments, which are provided this time to make the study more comprehensive. Starting with this forecast, IDC is including a percentage of public cloud and infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) provider revenue that IDC believes makes up for the Big Data component running in that infrastructure. This market forecast also includes an additional split of the market based on maturity of adoption. This categorizes the 13 main markets in Asia/Pacific (excluding Japan) or APEJ into three categories: leaders, midstream, and starters. We look at contributing factors to the differing levels of maturity in the region, including levels of competition, government stability, and impacts of urbanization.

"Investments in Big Data and analytics (BDA) are surfacing across a broader spectrum of use cases in APEJ. However, many Big Data initiatives are still focused on optimizing existing business processes and improving customer engagement. IDC expects organizations to increase their focus on innovation projects, as they extend their use of sophisticated analytics solutions and gain more experience managing complex data environments," said Daniel-Zoe Jimenez, Senior Program Manager, APEJ Big Data and Analytics and Enterprise Applications. "IDC expects the Big Data technology and services market to grow at a 34.1% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) from US$548.4 million in 2012 to US$2.38 billion in 2017."

"There has been a growth in the amount of social interaction data being collected and analyzed in the past year. This is an evolving discipline, and we expect it to continue. In the coming years, expect to see exponential interest in the insights hidden in geolocation information. This will push all legal boundaries and expectations of privacy. Expect this to be a discussion that spreads across the markets in APEJ. We see significant efforts being made in Australia and Singapore to leverage Big Data for improved customer engagement. These countries and others in the 'leaders' category are expected to invest more in services as a proportion of their overall Big Data spend. This is largely driven by these countries investing more heavily in consulting resources, at relatively high price points, to design and implement solutions according to emerging best practices," said Craig Stires, Research Director, APEJ Big Data and Analytics, "In the 'midstream' category, we see countries that have not traditionally had a strong analytics culture, but have data challenges on massive scales. China and India are making significant investments in Big Data, with much of the focus on infrastructure spending during the forecast period driven by hyperscale datacenters buildouts."

Table of Contents

IDC Opinion

In This Study

Methodology

Big Data Definition

Big Data Market Sizing Criteria

Market Sizing Changes and Exclusions

Exclusions and Future Forecasts

Situation Overview

The Big Data Market Today

Big Data Application Across Industries in Asia/Pacific

Big Data in Banking

Big Data in Government

Big Data in Telecom

Big Data Market Segments

Infrastructure

Software

Services

Future Outlook

Forecast and Assumptions

Asia/Pacific Big Data Technology and Services Market Forecast 2013-2017

Big Data Market Size and Forecast by Level of Maturity

Trends Among Big Data Leaders

Trends Among Big Data Midstream

Trends Among Big Data Starters

Assumptions

Market Context

Essential Guidance

Advice for Vendors

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Synopsis

Table: Asia/Pacific (Excluding Japan) Big Data Technology and Services Revenue, 2012-2017 (US$M)

Table: Asia/Pacific (Excluding Japan) Big Data Technology and Services Regional Views Based on Maturity in 2012 (US$M)

Table: Top 3 Assumptions for the Asia/Pacific (Excluding Japan) Big Data Technologies and Services Market, 2013-2017

Table: Key Forecast Assumptions for the Asia/Pacific (Excluding Japan) Big Data Technologies and Services Market, 2013-2017

Table: Asia/Pacific (Excluding Japan) Technology and Services Revenue, 2011-2017: Comparison of October 2012 and October 2013 Forecast (US$M)

Figure: IDC's Technologies and Services Market Sizing Criteria

Figure: Asia/Pacific (Excluding Japan) Big Data Infrastructure Technology Revenue 2012, Split by Maturity (%)

Figure: Asia/Pacific (Excluding Japan) Big Data Software Technology Revenue 2012, Split by Maturity (%)

Figure: Asia/Pacific (Excluding Japan) Big Data Services Technology Revenue 2012, Split by Maturity (%)

Figure: Asia/Pacific (Excluding Japan) Big Data Technology and Services Revenue, 2011-2017: Comparison of October 2012 and October 2013 Forecasts

Figure: Asia/Pacific (Excluding Japan) Big Data Technology and Services Revenue Growth, 2011-2017: Comparison of October 2012 and October 2013 Forecasts (US$M)

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