MTN Consulting helps investors and innovators profit from change in the telecommunications, cloud and IoT industries.

Our three core offerings


Our research reports quantify global network infrastructure (GNI) spending across telecom, webscale/cloud, and carrier-neutral markets. By assessing the key companies and technologies shaping telecom, cloud and IoT markets, we help clients profit from market volatility. Clients of our GNI subscription service receive all reports.

Market data

We track network infrastructure spending and vendor share across companies representing over $3 Trillion in annual revenues.  Subscribers to our annual GNI service receive all the data. Registered users receive a sample.


We advise clients in scenario planning, market sizing & forecasting, capital management, benchmarking, M&A due diligence, and marketing strategy. We bring experience and independence to the table, and access to the proprietary databases generated by our GNI subscription program.

Our Blogs

Reliance Jio’s aggressive cloud push with Microsoft fret Amazon and ...

After taking the Indian telecom scene by storm to reach the pinnacle (by subscriber base) in just three years of commercialization, Reliance Jio Infocomm (Jio) is all set to spread its wings into the booming Indian cloud mark more

Posted by: Arun Menon on August 28, 2019
Tencent Holdings: 2Q19 Earnings Snapshot...

Tencent posted its 2Q19 earnings on August 14, 2019. MTN Consulting's one-slide review is now available for download: MTN Consulting - Earnings snapshot 2Q19 - Tencent   - Cover Image: Tencent President Marti more

Posted by: Arun Menon on August 15, 2019
5G Challenges and Opportunities in Pakistan – A Perspective...

5G is moving full steam ahead in many developed economies. Recent announcements from both vendors and operators confirm this notion with news of 5G network rollouts and availability of 5G-enabled devices. Many developing n more

Posted by: Matt Walker on August 15, 2019
Vendor sales to telcos up ~2% in 2Q19 so far...

About 20% of telecom's 100 or so key vendors have now reported second quarter 2019 (2Q19) results. From these early vendor results, there are modest signs of a ramp-up in 5G-related spending. Preliminary totals indicate gr more

Posted by: Matt Walker on July 24, 2019