This comprehensive and up-to-date report reviews recent 5G deployments and rollouts in some 11 countries.
Through its international scoreboard, the report highlights moves made by national and regional players and scopes their planned rollouts in 2019, 2020 and further. All in, the trends in China, India, Japan, South Korea, Turkey, USA and in EU5 states (France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK) are given in full.
As the race to launch and prelaunch 5G intensifies, the report assesses the growing series of trials and demonstrations which are consolidating provider and consumer interests. This includes an overview of pricing and availability factors, and selection of key cities and placements.
The enabling role of regulation and network assignments, and investment in joint research is underlined, with further data on how inter-provider and network cooperation has boosted the rollout process together with the drive of special events and infrastructural stimuli.
In all the report gives many insights in the application of 5G in a wide range of vertical industries, and infrastructure services including transport routes and remote markets and health, agriculture, construction and culture, and media and entertainment.
- What’s new on the 5G deployment front?
- Which 5G countries are the most ahead?
- Which players have already launched 5G?
- What kind of 5G services have been launched so far?
- What comes next? What schedules, which timelines?
- Which frequencies is 5G likely to use?
1. Executive Summary
2. International scoreboard
2.1. Six players have already launched 5G
2.2. First details on 5G commercial launches
2.3. Average price per 5G GB
2.4. International scoreboard
2.5. EE first 5G network in EU5 countries
2.6. South Korea is the first 5G country
2.7. Spectrum assignments
2.8. Commercial launches
3. Country details
3.4. South Korea
3.11. United Kingdom
- Bharti Mobile
- China Mobile
- China Telecom
- China Unicom
- NTT DOCOMO
- Türk Telecom
- Verizon Wireless