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Lawful Interception Market 2014-2019 Forecasts (Network Technologies and Devices, Communication Content, End Users)

DALLAS, August 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

The major driving force for the LI (lawful interception) market is the sophisticated communication channels and the advancement in network technologies. The rising volume of data traffic and increased security threats has created a need for more intelligent network technologies and devices to keep a trap on the increasing cyber crimes and electronic frauds over the Internet. There have been LI solutions in the market for the better part of two decades. Some solutions are supplied by the network infrastructure suppliers, other solutions have been developed by independent software vendors and system integrators.

The Lawful Interception Market by Network Technologies and Devices ( VOIP, LTE, WLAN, WIMAX, DSL, PSTN, ISDN, CDMA, GSM, GPRS, Mediation Devices, Routers, Management Servers); Communication Content; End Users - Global Advancement, Worldwide Forecast & Analysis (2014-2019) research report (http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/269584-lawful-interception-market-components-technologies-by-interface-gsm-gprs-umts-lte-pstn-dsl-cable-wlan-worldwide-market-forecasts-and-analysis-2013-2018-.html ) also analyzes the restraints in the LI market. Maintaining the privacy of the target and secrecy and reliability of information; adherence to rules, regulations, and laws will pose a huge restraint for this market. Various socio-economic and political factors play a critical role in the development of LI. The differences in the social strata and political agendas pose risks in the evolving LI projects.

The LI research report consists of the future market trends of network technologies such as LTE, WiMax, DSL, PSTN, GSM, GPRS, WLAN, VoIP, NGN, and others. The report provides key insights on the market dynamics, adoption trends, competitive landscape, and end-user analysis in the LI market.The report focuses on analyzing the global trends, future growth, key drivers, opportunities, and challenges in the LI market. Companies profiled in this lawful interception industry research report include Aqsacom, Cisco Systems, Inc., Incognito Software, Net Optics, Inc., Netscout, Siemens AG, SS8, Utimaco Gmbh, Verint and ZTE Corporation. Order a copy of this report at http://www.reportsnreports.com/Purchase.aspx?name=269584 .

For the purpose of evidences and analysis, intercepting a private communication has become very essential. The need for preventing terrorism and criminal activities has also raised a lot. Earlier, criminals had an easy way to communicate and intercepting a simple phone call was quite uncomplicated with the help of wire-tapping. Since the advancement of communication channels and technologies over the period of time, the interception techniques have also enhanced for variety of communications such as Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), web-traffic, Electronic Mail (Email), and more. Now, the interception is possible for all networks that deliver voice, data, and Internet services. The advancement in communication channels gives more opportunity to Lawful Interception (LI) solution provider to enhance their solution to make it capable of intercepting all possible communication methods.

Sophisticated Communication Channels with Advanced Technologies and Rising Volume of Data Traffic & Security Threats are discussed as the major drivers of global lawful interception market in this report. Maintaining the Privacy of Target & Secrecy & Reliability of the Investigation and Adherence to Rules, Regulations, & Laws are couple of restraints mentioned for the worldwide LI industry. Opportunities for new market entrants and existing industry players mentioned in this research include Improving Network Technologies and Intercepting the Newest Communication Methods.

List of Figures provided in Lawful Interception Market by Network Technologies and Devices ( VOIP, LTE, WLAN, WIMAX, DSL, PSTN, ISDN, CDMA, GSM, GPRS, Mediation Devices, Routers, Management Servers); Communication Content; End Users - Global Advancement, Worldwide Forecast & Analysis (2014-2019) research report include: 

Figure 1 LI Market, 2014-2019 ($Million, Y-O-Y %)
Figure 2 LI: Architecture
Figure 3 LI Market Segmentation
Figure 4 LI Time-Impact Analysis of Dynamics
Figure 5 LI Value Chain
Figure 6 LI Network Technologies
Figure 7 LI Market, By Network Technology, 2014-2019 (Y-O-Y %)
Figure 8 Types of Devices
Figure 9 Type of Communication Content
Figure 10 Type of Services
Figure 11 Type of End Users
Figure 12 LI Market, By Type of End Users, 2014-2019 Y-O-Y (%)
Figure 13 LI Market Size, By Region, 2014-2019 ($Million)
Figure 14 LI Regional Market LIfecycle
Figure 15 North America: LI Market, By Type, 2014-2019 ($Million, Y-O-Y %)
Figure 16 Europe: LI Market, By Type, 2014-2019 ($Million, Y-O-Y %)
Figure 17 APAC: LI Market, By Type, 2014-2019 ($Million, Y-O-Y %)
Figure 18 Latin America: LI Market, By Type, 2014-2019 ($Million, Y-O-Y %)
Figure 19 MEA: LI Market, By Type, 2014-2019 ($Million, Y-O-Y %)
Figure 20 Ecosystem of LI Market
Figure 21 LI Opportunity Plot
Figure 22 Fixed (Wired) Broadband Subscriptions Per 100 Inhabitants, By Technology, 2011-2012
Figure 23 Wireless Broadband Subscriptions Per 100 Inhabitants, By Technology, 2011-2012

Customer Experience Management Market - Advanced Technologies, Touch Points, Adoption Trends, Market Size & Forecasts (2014 - 2019) is a August 2014 publication of 288 pages.  Companies like Adobe Systems Incorporated, Alcatel-Lucent, Amdocs Limited, Cisco Systems, Inc., Ericsson, Huawei, Hewlett-Packard Company, IBM, Nokia Siemens Networks and Oracle Corporation are profiled in this report available at http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/197560-customer-experience-management-cem-market-voc-analytics-feedback-management-web-analytics-text-analytics-speech-analytics-advanced-technologies-touch-points-adoption-trends-market-size-forecasts-2012-2017-.html .

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