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Global 5G Infrastructure Market (Technology Landscape & IP Analysis, Market Research) - Forecast

  • ID: 5050850
  • Report
  • May 2020
  • Region: Global
  • 230 Pages
  • Ingenious e-Brain Solutions
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Alpha Networks
  • CISCO
  • Ericsson
  • Intel
  • Nokia Networks
  • Samsung
  • MORE

5G is an advanced as well as next-generation wireless technology. This technology functions under the high-frequency band on wireless technology for flawless networking and connectivity. Comparing to the speed of other traditional wireless connectivity, 5G offers 10 times faster speed connectivity. Thus, this factor enhances flawless connectivity and networking under several applications globally. This technology supports improved technologies like virtual reality, smart infrastructures, and automotive vehicles.

The main growth factor for the increasing demand of 5G infrastructure includes the rising demand for the mobile data services and data growth, development of IoT based technologies, the growing importance of the software implementation in the communication network, growing adoption of the virtual networking architecture, and increasing M2M connections across several industries.

The key opportunities for the market expansion in 5G are edge computing, smart grid communication system, massive machine type communication. However, intercell interference and technological design complexity for power dissipation act as challenges for market growth. Furthermore, delays in standardization in spectrum allocation inhibit the growth of the market.

The objective of this report is to understand the technology landscape, patent analysis, and estimate & forecast the 5G infrastructure market. This study was done on the technological front, and IP analysis is to identify & analyze innovations in the 5G infrastructure. It covers infrastructure elements like Backhaul, Front haul, Network slicing, SDN (software-defined network), NFV (Network function virtualization), MEC (Multi-access edge computing), Radio Access Network (BBUs, RRUs) and Beamforming techniques.

Insights:

  • From their analytics, the publisher has identified Samsung has the key player in 5G focusing on Infrastructure Related to 5G
  • AT & T and Ericsson are working primarily on SDN, NFV and Network slicing.
  • Huawei is focusing on Network Slicing, Multi-access edge computing whereas, Intel is focusing on Beamforming techniques and SDN/NVF

Recent Strategic Initiatives:

  • In March 2020, Nokia announced partnership with Intel for technological advances for its 5G radio portfolio. This collaboration agreement was based on the acquisition of Intel products, namely the new Atom P5900 processor. The company adds that the Intel processor will be used in ReefShark silicon chip solutions.
  • In January 2020, Samsung acquired TeleWorld Solutions to further build its 5G infrastructure. The acquisition of TWS will enable the company to meet mobile carriers’ growing needs for improving 4G and 5G networks, and eventually create new opportunities to enhance our service capabilities
  • In February 2019, Ericsson acquired Kathrein’s antenna to expand its Radio System portfolio with new products and strengthens its antenna in-house competences and capabilities.

Critical Questions the Report Answers:

  • What are the strategic initiatives by leading companies in the market?
  • How the innovation is happening across the countries and technologies by leading companies?
  • What are the emerging applications that are expected to drive the market?
  • What is the market potentiality in near future?
  • What are the trends prevalent in the market?
  • How startups are emerging in the market?
  • What are the key revenue streams and different businesses across the 5G infrastructure value chain?

Key Customizations Availability:

  • IP analysis for extended number of players, technologies, years
  • Company profiling and competitive landscape for additional players
  • Consultation on any specific area of interest across 5G infrastructure and related 5G technologies

Report Key Highlights:

  • Know about leading companies in the market
  • Innovation across country by leading companies
  • Know the emerging applications which drive the market
  • Identify the market potential in coming future
  • Market trends and drivers
  • Start-ups coming in the market
  • Revenue streams and different businesses across the 5G infrastructure value chain
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Alpha Networks
  • CISCO
  • Ericsson
  • Intel
  • Nokia Networks
  • Samsung
  • MORE

1. Introduction
1.1 Objectives of the Study
1.2 Technology/Market Definition: Based on NFV and SDN, physical infrastructure of the future network architecture consists of sites and three-layer DCs. Sites support multiple modes (such as 5G, LTE, and Wi-Fi) in the form of macro, micro, and pico base stations to implement the RAN real-time function.5G infrastructure include Communication Infrastructure (Small Cell & Macro Cell), Core Network (SDN & NFV), Network Architecture (Standalone & Non-standalone), Operational Frequency (Sub 6GHz & Above 6GHz), Based on NFV and SDN, physical infrastructure of the future network architecture consists of sites and three-layer DCs. Sites support multiple modes (such as 5G, LTE, and Wi-Fi) in the form of macro, micro, and pico base stations to implement the RAN real-time function.
1.2.1 Markets Covered
1.2.1.1 By Core Network Technology
1.2.1.2 By Network Architecture
1.2.1.3 By Communication Infrastructure
1.2.1.4 By Operational Frequency
1.2.1.5 Application
1.3 Years for Consideration
1.4 Stakeholders

2. Research Data
2.1 Research data
2.2 Limitations
2.3 Assumptions

3. Executive Summary

4. Market Overview
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Market Dynamics
4.2.1 Drivers
4.2.1.1 Increasing Demand for Mobile Data Services and growth in mobile data traffic.
4.2.1.2 Growth of IOT based technologies
4.2.1.3 Rising Importance of Software Implementation in Communication Network
4.2.1.4 lower latency in 5G
4.2.1.5 Growing adoption of virtual networking architecture.
4.2.1.6 Increasing M2M connections across various industries.
4.2.2 Restraints
4.2.2.1 Delay in Standardization of Spectrum Allocation
4.2.3 Opportunities
4.2.3.1 Smart industries
4.2.3.2 Edge computing in Autonomous vehicle
4.2.3.3 Smart grid communication system
4.2.3.4 Massive machine-type communication in 5G
4.2.4 Challenges
4.2.4.1 Technological design challenges that include power dissipation in massive multiple-input and multiple-output (MIMO)
4.2.4.2 INTERCELL Interference

5. Industry Trends Analysis
5.1 Evolution
5.2 Value Chain
5.2.1 Key Business
5.2.2 Key Entities
5.2.2.1 R&D
5.2.2.2 Manufacturers
5.2.2.3 Technology partners
5.2.2.4 Distributors
5.2.2.5 End-Users
5.3 Porters Five Force Analysis
5.4 Market Potentiality
5.5 Attractive Startups Opportunities in 5G Infrastructure Market

6. Patent Technology Landscape
6.1 Network Slicing Techniques
6.2 NFV/SDN
6.3 Backhaul
6.4 Fronthaul
6.5 Radio Access Networks(BBUs, RRUs)
6.6 Small cells, Pico cells, Femto Cells
6.7 Beamforming Techniques
6.8 Network Management

7. Market by Core Network Technology
7.1 Software-defined networking(SDN)
7.2 Network function virtualization(NRV)
7.3 Mobile edge computing(MEC)
7.4 Fog computing (FC)
7.5 other

8. Market by Network Architecture
8.1 5G NR Non-Standalone (LTE Combined)
8.2 5G Standalone (NR + Core)

9. Market by Communication Infrastructure
9.1 Macro cell
9.2 Small cell
9.3 Radio access network
9.4 Distributed antennas system
9.5 other

10. Market by Operational Frequency
10.1 Sub 6 GHz
10.2 Above 6 GHz

11. Market by Application
11.1 Automobile
11.2 Consumer electronics
11.3 Manufacturing
11.4 Healthcare
11.5 Aerospace
11.6 Defense
11.7 Industrial
11.8 Others

12. Market by Geography
12.1 North America
12.1.1 US
12.1.2 Canada
12.1.3 Mexico
12.2 Europe
12.2.1 UK
12.2.2 Germany
12.2.3 France
12.2.4 Rest of Europe
12.3 APAC
12.3.1 Japan
12.3.2 China
12.3.3 South Korea
12.3.4 Rest of APAC
12.4 RoW
12.4.1 South America
12.4.2 Middle East & Africa

13. Competitive Landscape
13.1 Introduction
13.1.1 Strategic key initiatives
13.1.2 Ranking analysis
13.1.3 Start-up ecosystem

14. Company Profiling
14.1 Key companies
14.1.1 Huawei (China)
14.1.2 Ericsson (Sweden)
14.1.3 Samsung (South Korea)
14.1.4 Nokia Networks (Finland)
14.1.5 ZTE (China)
14.1.6 NEC (Japan)
14.1.7 CISCO (US)
14.1.8 CommScope (US)
14.1.9 Comba Telecom Systems (Hong Kong)
14.1.10 Alpha Networks (Taiwan)
14.2 Others
14.2.1 Siklu Communication (Israel)
14.2.2 Analog devices (US)
14.2.3 Marvell technology (Bermuda)
14.2.4 Broadcam (US)
14.2.5 Intel (US)
14.2.6 Xillinx (US)
14.2.7 Qualcomm (US)
14.2.8 Qurvo (US)
14.2.9 Skywork solution (US)
14.2.10 Fujitsu (Japan)

15. Appendix
15.1 Insights of industry experts
15.2 Author details

16. Key recommendation

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  • Alpha Networks
  • Analog devices
  • Broadcam
  • CISCO
  • Comba Telecom Systems
  • CommScope
  • Ericsson
  • Fujitsu
  • Huawei
  • Intel
  • Marvell technology
  • NEC
  • Nokia Networks
  • Qualcomm
  • Qurvo
  • Samsung
  • Siklu Communication
  • Skywork solution
  • Xillinx
  • ZTE
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