Gartner Research

Remote Access Market Definitions

Published: 24 February 2000

ID: G0086400

Analyst(s): Kathie Hackler , Jennifer Liscom , John Calvert , Yuko Adachi , Patti A. Reali , Susan Richardson , Jouni Forsman , Caroline Jones , Lily Yu , Ian Keene

Summary

This document contains Dataquest's 2000 e-Remote Access Europe and e-Remote Access Worldwide program market definitions. It gives a market share survey overview, research metric definitions, regional definitions, product definitions, exchange rate definitions and a hierarchy of markets.

Table Of Contents
  • Market Statistics Overview and Methodology
    • Market Share Methodology
    • Forecasting Methodology
  • Product Segmentation
    • Customer Premise Equipment
    • Central Site Equipment
  • Product Definitions
    • Access Concentrator
    • Access Routers
    • Analog Modem
    • Analog Modem Standards
    • Cable Modem
    • xDSL
    • ISDN BRI TA
    • Remote Access Server
  • Worldwide Geographic Regional Definitions
    • Asia/Pacific
    • Europe
    • Japan
    • Latin America
    • Middle East/Africa
    • North America
  • Research Metrics
  • Exchange Rates
  • Market Segments
  • Channels to Market Definitions
    • Direct Channels
    • Indirect Channels
    • Intermediate Channel

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