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LTE and 5G Applications and Services Market by Service Provider Type, Connection Type, Deployment Type, Use Cases, 5G Service Category, Computing as a Service, Industry Verticals, Region and Country 2020 - 2025

  • ID: 5094218
  • Report
  • June 2020
  • Region: Global
  • 432 Pages
  • Mind Commerce
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Updated Forecasts for Consumer, Enterprise, Industrial, and Government Sectors through 2025

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This 5G applications market report is the most comprehensive research available addressing the LTE and 5G application and service market. This report evaluates cellular broadband applications and services including revenue and usage (subscribers/users) by LTE, LTE Advanced, LTE Advanced Pro, and 5G. The report also assesses the LTE and 5G applications market in private wireless networks as well as market opportunities for Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) in public and private networks including the market for computing as a service.

5G will bring about fundamental structural economic changes, such as significantly lower broadband pricing as a whole, and also much greater flexibility for enterprise, industrial, and government market segments in terms of how they connect public to private networks. Future use cases for the 5G applications market are many and varied in terms of type, industry vertical focus, and requirements. Correspondingly, each scenario will have its own network configuration of requirements and parameters.

This report is the most comprehensive research available addressing the LTE and 5G application market. This report evaluates cellular broadband applications and services including revenue and usage (subscribers/users) by LTE, LTE Advanced, LTE Advanced Pro, and 5G applications and services.

This 5G applications market report also assesses LTE and 5G in private wireless networks as well as market opportunities for Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) in public and private networks including the market for computing as a service. The report includes 5G application market sizing as well as LTE apps and services in terms of penetration and revenue for the following areas:

  • Mobile Network Operator Provided Apps and Services in Consumer, Business, and Government Markets
  • Computing as a Service (via Mobile Edge Computing) by Customer Type (Enterprise, Industrial, and Government)
  • OTT Provided Apps and Services including VoIP, Messaging, Social Media, Video, Entertainment, and Productivity
  • LTE, LTE Advanced, LTE Advanced Pro and 5G based Apps by Smart Cities and Suburbs, Exurban Areas, Rural Areas
  • LTE Applications and Services by LTE User Equipment (LTE UE) Categories including Cat M1, Cat NB1, Cat 1, and Cat 4
  • Apps and Services by LTE and 5G Device including Modems, IoT/M2M Modules, Smartphones, Wearables, and more
  • LTE and 5G in Critical Communications by Segment (Public Safety, Homeland Security, Transportation, Utilities, Others)
  • LTE and 5G Applications by Industry Vertical including Automotive, Government, Healthcare, Manufacturing, and Retail
  • 5G Apps by Private Wireless, Industrial Automation, Critical Communications Services, Industry Verticals, and much more
  • 5G Apps and Services by Category: Enhanced Mobile Broadband, Ultra-Reliable Low Latency Communications, and Massive Machine-Type Communications

The report also evaluates supporting technologies such as Artificial Intelligence in LTE and 5G by Technology, Customer Type, and Data as a Service. The report also assesses opportunities for Blockchain technology in 5G. For example, the report provides forecasting for Global Blockchain Driven LTE and 5G Applications Market by Connection.

The commercial deployment and operation of 5G will bring very important benefits to the ICT industry. One of those will be massive Internet of Things (IoT) networks, which refers to the ability of deploying and operating IoT systems at a very large scale. As the size of IoT systems grow to large scale, their scope will also increase in terms of the impact on enterprise systems and consumers' everyday lives.

IoT solutions will benefit greatly from the implementation of 5G as cellular providers deploy Low Power WAN (LPWAN) IoT network capabilities. Initial deployments of IoT LPWANs have been non-cellular solutions based on proprietary technologies. However, the author sees emerging standards such as Narrowband IoT (NB-IoT) assuming a dominant role for certain IoT applications. We see many industry verticals willing to pay a premium over non-cellular LPWAN, enhanced flexibility, and improved capabilities associated with IoT on 5G networks.

The use of 5G for Industrial IoT (IIoT) networks in particular will be of great importance to enterprise IIoT in certain industry verticals such as agriculture, logistics, and manufacturing. For example, we see IIoT and industrial agriculture benefits through the use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) operation over 5G networks due to ultra-low latency and high capacity availability.

The 5G applications market will benefit from significantly higher bandwidth for general mobility applications such as anytime, anywhere that ultra-high-speed Internet access and ultra-high definition video. 5G will also enable critical communications by way of ultra-low latency communications. Thirdly, 5G will optimize IoT networks by way of radio frequency management that meets the needs of both narrowband IoT applications as well as those that require higher bandwidth, which may be on an on-demand basis.

Manufacturing, industrial automation, and robotics are key sectors that will also benefit substantially. Prior to 5G, teleoperation was largely relegated to fixed communications connections. The 5G applications market within the industrial vertical will support teleoperation anywhere there is 5G coverage, enabling many new consumer and industrial automation scenarios involving robotics. 5G enables ultra-reliable, low-latency capabilities for industrial automation.

5G will be significantly faster than LTE with much lower latency due to faster overall throughput. However, there are many challenges including the fact that the new radio component via millimeter wave (mmWave) RF has a high degree of attenuation (loss over the air and when hitting solid objects). Therefore, the industry needs to deploy smart antennas (with beamforming and MIMO). Also, the higher frequency mmWave RF is line of sight based because of the high degree of fading. Because of all of the aforementioned, there must also be many more cell sites deployed than ever before – like a factor of 10X or more.

5G will be based on a transformed Radio Access Network (RAN) and Core Network (CN) for carriers. There were changes with LTE, such as leveraging IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) for Voice over LTE (VoLTE). However, the changes with 5G are considerably larger, and the infrastructure is much more purpose-built with an emphasis on a Services Based Architecture (SBA) approach.

This SBA approach will include tight integration with edge computing networks as identified by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) for integration with Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC). This will be deployed in a manner in which MEC supports 5G to preserve the tremendous throughput and latency improvements that will be gained by using 5G versus LTE.

These throughput and latency improvements will allow another important area latency-sensitive application that rely upon Ultra Reliable Low Latency Communications (URLLC). Examples of URLLC dependent apps and services including UAV operation, autonomous vehicles, teleoperation (remote control of equipment and other assets from a distance), robotics, augmented and virtual reality, tele-surgery, haptic communications, and other critical communications such as public safety apps.

5G provides substantial bandwidth where needed as well as significantly lower latency for next generation applications and services such as virtual reality-controlled teleoperation and other URLLC dependent apps and services. Previously encumbered by a combination of technology gaps and consumer readiness issues, the global 5G applications market for immersive apps such as Virtual Reality (VR) is poised for considerable growth, providing abundant opportunities for service providers, content developers, and ecosystem component providers. Coupled with the deployment of gigabit Ethernet fiber, 5G will transform the VR market, leading to a fully immersive experience with haptic capabilities becoming embedded in many applications.

The use cases for future 5G applications market solutions are many and varied in terms of type, industry vertical focus, and requirements. Many of these use cases will involve IoT and/or be supported by AI algorithms. The role and importance of AI in 5G ranges from optimizing resource allocation to data security and protection of network and enterprise assets. However, the concept of using AI in networking is a relatively new area that will ultimately require a more unified approach to fully realize its great potential.

5G will make IoT scalable. Currently, IoT relies upon many proprietary, non-cellular means for Wide Area Network (WAN) communications. With the introduction of 5G support for “Massive IoT” via the Machine Communications support capabilities, Machine-to-Machine (M2M) networking will be able to become virtually as large as it needs to be for a given enterprise, network, system, etc. Stated differently, there will be the ability for many more low-power IoT devices with extreme coverage within a metropolitan area.

In addition, the 5G applications market will benefit from much improved general mobile broadband communications for things that consumers do today – mostly video-oriented if one is measuring usage on a data consumption basis. Expectations will transition from high definition to ultra-high definition video. We already have high definition voice, but Voice over 5G (Vo5G) will leverage IMS to provide an improved voice/audio experience in terms of integration with many applications such as virtual reality.

Vo5G will support voice/audio as a key component of communications for a wide variety of apps and services for many consumer, enterprise, and industrial solutions. Vo5G will utilize video or voice over NR infrastructure in coordination with voice or video over eLTE, EPS fall-back, and RAT fall-back. However, the first phase of cellular voice leverages VoeLTE to route voice calls but offering enhanced and robust solutions over 5G NR requires the implementation of EPS FB and RAT FB. The 5G NR solution cannot represent all voice or video calls without the technical backbone of EPS FB and RAT FB.

A critically important part of the core 5G network infrastructure is the IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS), which represents a framework composed of computing and telecom architecture elements intended for delivering Internet Protocol (IP) based multimedia services with quality of service over multiple access networks from a common core.

IMS provides multimedia session control across multiple access networks with standardized quality of service control. It enables an operator to have a common ‘core’ across all its networks for communication services and provides a relatively open environment for value-added communication services. It also provides a framework for Voice over LTE (VoLTE) for high definition voice and Voice over 5G (Vo5G) for ultra-high definition voice communications.

IMS is not economically viable if the goal is simply to replicate existing services in a new architecture. The payoff of IMS is to develop and introduce new value-added services for incremental revenue at a lower cost per subscriber. The author sees an important portion of those VAS applications being ultra-high definition voice-enabled next-generation apps such as virtual reality. In addition, we see emerging technologies, such as haptic Internet and robotic teleoperation will become commonplace thanks to 5G infrastructure.

5G radio infrastructure covered in this report includes Distributed Macrocell (5G Base Stations), Small Cells (Microcell, Femtocell, and Picocell), RRHs (Remote Radio Heads), C-RAN BBUs (Baseband Units) and Distributed Antenna System (DAS) equipment. IMS infrastructure covered in this report includes Home Subscriber Server (HSS), User Profile Server Function (UPSF), Breakout Gateway Control Function (BGCF), Media Gateway Controller Function (MGCF), and Media Resource Function (MRF).

In terms of the Radio Access Network (RAN) portion of 5G, mmWave radio frequencies fade considerably as compared to LTE, necessitating the need for at least ten times more antennas than 4G technologies require. In addition, 5GNR will require 5G smart antennas to optimize coverage, mobility, and minimize the need for handover from 5G to 4G RAN. Accordingly, the 5G applications market will be dependent upon smart antennas that use Multiple Input / Multiple Output (MIMO) at both the source (transmitter) and the destination (receiver) to improve signal quality.

In addition, 5G core networks will have new capabilities such as network slicing, which will enable carriers to support unique network configuration for customer and use-case specific requirements and parameters. 5G network slicing provides the ability to support Quality of Service (QoS) driven capacity allocation and latency limitations based on Quality of Experience (QoE) and other factors. This will enable carriers to support QoS and QoE requirements for 5G applications market solutions, which will be especially important for some enterprise and industrial customers.

The 5G applications market will be comprised of three service categories: (1) Enhanced Mobile Services, (2) Massively scalable Internet of Things (IoT) Networks, and (3) Ultra-Reliable and Low-Latency Communication for both mission-critical services (such as public safety and industrial automation) and latency-sensitive consumer services (such as Virtual Reality). A portion of these benefits will be based on the evolution of fourth-generation (4G) Long Term Evolution (LTE) technologies as well as unique capabilities enabled by 5G New Radio (5GNR) based on the new infrastructure supporting millimeter wave (mmWave) radio access network (RAN) equipment.

Often used synonymously, MEC refers to Mobile Edge Computing or Multi-Access Edge Computing with the former being more cellular network-centric (LTE and 5G) and the latter terminology adopted by standards groups to generalize edge computing to reflect that it may be also be used by WiFi and other wireless access technologies. The distinction between Multi-Access Edge Computing vs. Mobile Edge Computing for MEC largely ends with radio access and network type as almost every other aspect is the same including localizing computing (e.g. computation and storage closer to the end-user), network element virtualization, software, and service-centric operations.

In cellular networks, edge computing via MEC is beneficial for LTE but virtually essential for the 5G applications market. This is because Mobile Edge Computing facilitates optimization of fifth-generation network resources including focusing communications and computational capacity where it is needed the most. The research findings indicate a strong relationship between edge computing and 5G. In fact, if it were not for MEC, 5G would continue to rely upon back-haul to centralized cloud resources for storage and computing, diminishing much of the otherwise positive impact of latency reduction enabled by 5G.

Taken together, 5G and MEC are two technologies that are poised to fundamentally transform many industry verticals. Manufacturing, industrial automation, and robotics are key sectors that will benefit substantially. For example, prior to 5G and MEC, teleoperation is largely relegated to fixed communications connections. 5G and MEC will enable teleoperation anywhere there is 5G coverage, enabling many new consumer and industrial automation scenarios involving robotics.

Target Audience:

  • Mobile Network Operators
  • API management companies
  • SDN and virtualization vendors
  • Telecom managed service providers
  • Wireless/mobile infrastructure providers
  • Software, Application, and Content Providers

Report Benefits:

  • Forecasts for LTE and 5G applications, private wireless, computing as a service 2020 to 2025
  • Identify important applications and services for LTE, LTE Advanced, LTE Pro, and 5G connectivity
  • Understand the role and importance of Mobile Edge Computing in the private wireless marketplace
  • Identify leading applications from a go-to-market and ROI perspective for both LTE and 5G connectivity
  • Recognize opportunities for edge computing support of consumer apps and computing as a service for business

Select Report Findings:

  • Mobile Edge Computing will be key for private wireless implementation
  • MEC will also be important for public consumer applications, but lower priority
  • 5GNR market for private wireless in industrial automation will reach $4.6B by 2025
  • 5G applications market for enterprise and industrial segments will exceed $35B globally by 2025
  • Global revenue for LTE based enterprise and SMB mobility apps and service will reach $6B by 2025
  • Key 5G applications for business will be IoT connectivity, SMB/corporate mobility, and fixed wireless
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1.0 Executive Summary

2.0 Introduction
2.1 Research Objectives
2.2 Report Findings
2.3 Target Audience
2.4 Companies in the Report

3.0 LTE and 5G Technology and Capabilities Overview
3.1 Evolution of LTE to 5G Networks
3.1.1 LTE Advanced
3.1.2 Peer-to-Peer Communications: LTE Direct
3.1.3 LTE Advanced Pro
3.1.4 Fifth Generation Networks
3.2 5G New Radio and 5G Supporting and Related Technologies
3.2.1 Massive MIMO
3.2.2 Cognitive Radio Capabilities
3.2.3 Self-Organizing Networks
3.2.4 Visible Light Communications: Alternative to Radio Frequency
3.2.5 Millimeter Wave Radio Frequency
3.2.6 M2M Communications in IoT and the Role of 5G
3.2.7 C-RAN Architecture
3.2.8 Role and Importance of Heterogeneous Networks in LTE and 5G
3.2.9 H-CRAN Solution
3.2.10 Large-Scale Cooperative Spatial Signal Processing
3.2.11 SDN and NFV Technology for 4G LTE and 5G Ecosystem
3.2.12 Software Defined Radio Considerations
3.2.13 Other Considerations: Spectrum Issues and Satellite Solutions
3.3 5G Any-Haul/X-Haul Backhaul: Front Haul and Backhaul
3.4 5G Fixed Wireless Access
3.5 LTE and 5G Application and Service Landscape
3.5.1 Evolution of Long Term Evolution (LTE) Standard for 4G
3.5.2 5G Capabilities in Support of Applications, Services, and Solutions
3.5.3 The Core 5G Service Feature/Functionality: Voice over 5G (Vo5G)
3.6 5G Commercial Service Trials
3.7 Market Drivers for 5G Based Applications and Services
3.7.1 Ultra-low Latency Connectivity
3.7.2 Massive Growth of Connected IoT Devices and Data Traffic
3.7.3 Critical Communications and Public Safety Applications
3.7.4 LTE and 5G in Smart City Initiatives
3.7.5 LTE and 5G in Private Wireless Networks
3.7.6 Transition to Cloud, Virtualized Platforms, and Edge Computing
3.8 LTE and 5G Market Constraints
3.8.1 Costly Network Service Deployment
3.8.2 Vertical Focused Business Models
3.8.3 Global Spectrum Challenges
3.8.4 Technical Ambiguity in Air Interface Waveform Technologies

4.0 LTE and 5G Technology and Business Dynamics
4.1 LTE and 5G Devices
4.1.1 Smartphones
4.1.2 Wearables
4.1.3 Modems
4.1.4 IoT/M2M Modules
4.1.5 LTE and 5G User Equipment
4.2 LTE and 5G Service Value Chain
4.2.1 UE and Hardware Manufacturers
4.2.2 Connectivity Solution Providers
4.2.3 IoT Application and OTT Solution Provider
4.2.4 Mobility and Analytics Solution Providers
4.2.5 Enterprise, Government, and Industrial Plant
4.3 Mobile Network Operators vs. OTT Application Providers
4.3.1 MNO Strategies
4.3.2 OTT Based Apps in 5G
4.4 Data Revenue vs. Other Services Revenue
4.5 Average Data Consumption: Video vs. Apps
4.6 Network Slicing and MEC role to Quality of Service Experience
4.7 Private Wireless Network: Licensed Spectrum vs. Unlicensed Spectrum
4.7.1 LTE-U: CBRS and MulteFire
4.7.2 Private 5G NR Access Networks
4.8 5G vs. WiFi In-Building Coverage
4.9 Machine Learning to Improve Analytics and Decision Making
4.10 AI Based Data Analytics to Facilitate Data as a Service
4.11 Network Security and Data Protection
4.12 5G and Edge Computing
4.12.1 Mobile Edge Computing to Support 5G
4.12.2 Carrier Owned/Controlled MEC: The Mobile Network Operator Role
4.12.3 Carrier Mobile Edge Computing Strategies
4.12.3.1 Computing as a Service (CaaS)
4.12.3.2 Carrier CaaS enabled Data as a Service
4.12.3.3 Carrier MEC Deployment Strategies
4.13 5G Techniques for URLLC and Reliability Sensitive Apps
4.14 Mission Critical Communication, Analytics, and Smart City Initiatives
4.14.1 Mission Critical Application Challenges
4.14.2 Private IoT Network and Mission Critical Applications
4.15 Carrier Aggregation
4.16 Analysis of 3GPP Releases
4.17 5G IoT Application Verticals
4.17.1 Retail and Consumer Electronics Applications
4.17.2 Healthcare Applications
4.17.3 Industrial Automation Applications
4.17.4 Intelligent Building Automation Applications
4.17.5 Automotive and Transportation Applications
4.17.6 Home Automation Applications
4.17.7 Financial Institution Applications
4.17.8 Energy and Utility Applications
4.17.9 Public Safety Applications
4.17.10 Military Applications
4.17.11 Oil and Gas Applications
4.17.12 Mining Applications
4.17.13 Agriculture Applications
4.18 5G IoT Trials and Demonstrations

5.0 Company Analysis
5.1 AT&T
5.2 Airtel
5.3 BT Group (EE)
5.4 China Mobile
5.5 China Telecom
5.6 Deutsche Telekom AG
5.7 DU
5.8 KT Corporation
5.9 NTT DoCoMo
5.10 STC - Saudi Telecom Company
5.11 SK Telecom
5.12 Sprint Corporation
5.13 Telstra
5.14 Verizon
5.15 Vodafone Group
5.16 Telenor
5.17 T-Mobile USA
5.18 Rogers Communications
5.19 America Movil
5.20 Entel
5.21 Movistar
5.22 China Unicom
5.23 Ooredoo
5.24 Zain
5.25 Swisscom
5.26 Spark NZ
5.27 Telecom Italia
5.28 Orange SA
5.29 KDDI Corporation
5.30 LG Uplus
5.31 Softbank Group
5.32 SingTel
5.33 Telefonica
5.34 Apple
5.35 Facebook
5.36 Google
5.37 Microsoft
5.38 Rakuten
5.39 Snap Inc.
5.40 Spotify AB
5.41 Tencent
5.42 Amazon
5.43 WeChat
5.44 Skype
5.45 Telegram
5.46 Ribbon Communications
5.47 REVE Systems
5.48 Hulu
5.49 Netflix
5.50 Dish
5.51 Sky Go
5.52 Roku
5.53 Sony
5.54 Fubo TV
5.55 Philo TV
5.56 ClipBucket
5.57 Muvi
5.58 Contus Vplay
5.59 Quickplay
5.60 Vplayed
5.61 Ooyala
5.62 Vidmind
5.63 Mobiotics
5.64 Nokia Network
5.65 Samsung Electronics
5.66 Cisco Systems
5.67 LG Electronics
5.68 Huawei Technologies
5.69 Ericsson
5.70 Qualcomm
5.71 Intel Corporation
5.72 NEC Corporation
5.73 ZTE Corporation
5.74 Ciena Corporation
5.75 Cavium Inc.
5.76 Qorvo Inc.
5.77 Fujitsu Ltd.
5.78 Broadcom Corporation
5.79 HPE
5.80 VMware Inc.
5.81 MediaTek Inc.
5.82 Juniper Network Inc.
5.83 Analog Devices Inc.
5.84 MACOM Technology
5.85 Motorola
5.86 Ascom
5.87 Harris
5.88 Hytera
5.89 Cobham Wireless
5.90 Leonardo
5.91 Mentura Group
5.92 Inmarsat
5.93 Zenitel
5.94 HTC
5.95 Airspan
5.96 Alvarion
5.97 Sierra Wireless
5.98 Coolpad Dyno
5.99 Mobvoi
5.100 Fitbit
5.101 Misfit
5.102 Asus
5.103 Netgear
5.104 Zyxel
5.105 Alibaba
5.106 D-Link
5.107 UbiFi
5.108 Altair Semiconductor
5.109 SimNet Wireless
5.110 Siretta
5.111 Cradlepoint
5.112 Telit Communications
5.113 Gemalto
5.114 Netcracker
5.115 Texim Europe
5.116 M2M Connectivity
5.117 Eurotech
5.118 RedLinX
5.119 MYCOM OSI
5.120 Colt

6.0 LTE and 5G Application Market Analysis and Forecasts
6.1 Global LTE and 5G Applications and Services Market 2020 - 2025
6.1.1 LTE and 5G Apps and Service 2020 - 2025
6.1.2 LTE and 5G by Connection Type 2020 - 2025
6.1.3 LTE and 5G Applications by Service Provider Type 2020 - 2025
6.1.4 LTE and 5G in Private Wireless Networks 2020 - 2025
6.1.4.1 MNO Service Deployment: Public vs. Private LTE 2020 - 2025
6.1.4.2 Private LTE and 5G by MNO: Virtualized, Dedicated, and Hybrid 2020 - 2025
6.1.4.3 Wireless OTT Service Deployment: Public vs. Private LTE 2020 - 2025
6.1.4.4 Private LTE and 5G by OTT: Virtualized, Dedicated, and Hybrid 2020 - 2025
6.1.4.5 Enterprise Service LTE and 5G Deployment: Public vs. Private 2020 - 2025
6.1.4.6 Private LTE and 5G in Enterprise: Virtualized, Dedicated, and Hybrid 2020 - 2025
6.1.4.7 Industrial Service LTE and 5G Deployment: Public vs. Private 2020 - 2025
6.1.4.8 Private Industrial LTE and 5G: Virtualized, Dedicated, and Hybrid 2020 - 2025
6.1.5 Global LTE and 5G Applications in Industry Verticals 2020 - 2025
6.1.5.1 LTE and 5G Applications in Automotive 2020 - 2025
6.1.5.2 LTE and 5G Applications in Government 2020 - 2025
6.1.5.3 LTE and 5G Applications in Healthcare 2020 - 2025
6.1.5.4 LTE and 5G Applications in Manufacturing 2020 - 2025
6.1.5.5 LTE and 5G Applications in Retail Products and Services 2020 - 2025
6.2 Global LTE, LTE Advanced, and LTE Advanced Pro Market 2020 - 2025
6.2.1 LTE, LTE Advanced, and LTE Advanced Pro Applications 2020 - 2025
6.2.2 LTE Applications by Device Type 2020 - 2025
6.2.3 LTE Applications by User Equipment 2020 - 2025
6.3 Global LTE Applications and Service 2020 - 2025
6.3.1 LTE Applications by Service Provider: Carriers and OTT 2020 - 2025
6.3.1.1 Carrier Provided LTE Applications by Consumer, Business, and Government Segments 2020 - 2025
6.3.1.1.1 Carrier Provided LTE Applications in Consumer Market 2020 - 2025
6.3.1.1.2 Carrier Provided LTE Applications in Business Market 2020 - 2025
6.3.1.1.3 Carrier Provided LTE Applications in Government Market 2020 - 2025
6.3.1.2 OTT Provided LTE Applications and Service 2020 - 2025
6.3.2 LTE Applications City/Exurban/Rural Areas 2020 - 2025
6.4 Global LTE Advanced Applications and Service Market 2020 - 2025
6.4.1 LTE Advanced Applications by Service Provider 2020 - 2025
6.4.1.1 LTE Advanced Carrier/MNO Provided Apps and Service 2020 - 2025
6.4.1.1.1 LTE Advanced Applications in Consumer Market 2020 - 2025
6.4.1.1.2 LTE Advanced Applications in Business Market 2020 - 2025
6.4.1.1.3 LTE Advanced Applications in Government Market 2020 - 2025
6.4.1.2 OTT Provided LTE Advanced Based Apps and Services 2020 - 2025
6.4.2 LTE Advanced Applications City/Exurban/Rural Areas 2020 - 2025
6.5 LTE Advanced Pro Apps and Service Market 2020 - 2025
6.5.1 LTE Advanced Pro Service Provider Applications 2020 - 2025
6.5.1.1 Carrier/MNO Provided LTE Advanced Pro Applications 2020 - 2025
6.5.1.1.1 LTE Advanced Pro Consumer Market Applications 2020 - 2025
6.5.1.1.2 LTE Advanced Pro Business Market Applications 2020 - 2025
6.5.1.1.3 LTE Advanced Pro Government Market Applications 2020 - 2025
6.5.1.2 OTT Provided LTE Advanced Pro Applications 2020 - 2025
6.5.2 LTE Advanced Pro Applications City/Exurban/Rural Areas 2020 - 2025
6.5.3 Fixed Wireless Access Market in LTE Advanced Pro 2020 - 2025
6.5.3.1 Global Fixed Wireless Access 2020 - 2025
6.6 5G Apps and Service Market 2020 - 2025
6.6.1 5G Applications by Device Type 2020 - 2025
6.6.2 5G Applications by Service Provider Type 2020 - 2025
6.6.2.1 5G Applications by Carrier/MNO 2020 - 2025
6.6.2.1.1 5G Applications in Consumer Market 2020 - 2025
6.6.2.1.2 5G Applications in Business Market 2020 - 2025
6.6.2.1.3 5G Applications in Government Market 2020 - 2025
6.6.2.2 5G OTT Provided Applications and Services 2020 - 2025
6.6.3 5G Applications by Service Category 2020 - 2025
6.6.3.1 5G Applications by Enhanced Mobile Broadband 2020 - 2025
6.6.3.1.1 Mobile Office/Productivity (Smart Workplace) 2020 - 2025
6.6.3.1.2 Connected Vehicles 2020 - 2025
6.6.3.1.3 Multimedia Communication Market in eMBB 2020 - 2025
6.6.3.1.3.1 Enhanced Mobile Broadband Applications 2020 - 2025
6.6.3.2 Massive Machine-type Communications Applications 2020 - 2025
6.6.3.3 Ultra-Reliable Low-Latency Communication Applications 2020 - 2025
6.6.3.3.1 Telepresence 2020 - 2025
6.6.3.3.2 Autonomous Vehicles 2020 - 2025
6.6.3.3.3 Teleoperation/Tele-robotics 2020 - 2025
6.6.3.3.4 Multimedia Communication Market 2020 - 2025
6.6.3.3.4.1 Multimedia Communication Market in URLLC Overall 2020 - 2025
6.6.3.3.4.2 Multimedia Communication Market in URLLC Applications 2020 - 2025
6.6.3.3.5 Video Viewing Market 2020 - 2025
6.6.3.3.5.1 Video Viewing Market Overall 2020 - 2025
6.6.3.3.5.2 Video Viewing by Application Type 2020 - 2025
6.6.3.3.6 Immersive Applications Market in URLLC 2020 - 2025
6.6.3.3.6.1 Immersive URLLC Market Overall 2020 - 2025
6.6.3.3.6.2 Immersive URLLC Market by Application 2020 - 2025
6.6.3.4 Fixed Wireless Access Market 2020 - 2025
6.6.4 Network Slicing Dependent Apps and Service Market in 5G
6.7 5G New Radio Market 2020 - 2025
6.7.1 5GNR Applications 2020 - 2025
6.7.2 5GNR Applications in Industrial Automation 2020 - 2025
6.7.3 5GNR Applications by Deployment Type 2020 - 2025
6.7.4 Industrial Automation Market in Private 5GNR 2020 - 2025
6.7.5 Private 5GNR in Industrial Automation by Application 2020 - 2025
6.8 LTE and 5G Apps and Service Sub-Market 2020 - 2025
6.8.1 Residential Service Market in LTE and 5G 2020 - 2025
6.8.1.1 Residential Applications by LTE Connection Type 2020 - 2025
6.8.1.2 LTE and 5G Applications in Public and Private Deployment 2020 - 2025
6.8.1.3 Private LTE and 5G Deployment: Virtualized, Dedicated, and Hybrid 2020 - 2025
6.8.2 Smart City Market in LTE and 5G 2020 - 2025
6.8.2.1 Smart City Applications by Connection Type 2020 - 2025
6.8.2.2 LTE and 5G Smart City Applications 2020 - 2025
6.8.2.2.1 Smart Building Applications 2020 - 2025
6.8.2.2.2 Smart Utilities Applications 2020 - 2025
6.8.3 Mobile Edge Computing Market in LTE and 5G 2020 - 2025
6.8.3.1 Mobile Edge Computing Overall 2020 - 2025
6.8.3.2 Mobile Edge Computing by Connection Type 2020 - 2025
6.8.4 Computing as a Service Market in LTE and 5G 2020 - 2025
6.8.4.1 Computing as a Service by Connection Type 2020 - 2025
6.8.4.2 Computing as a Service by Customer Type 2020 - 2025
6.8.4.3 Computing as a Service by Deployment Type 2020 - 2025
6.8.5 Critical Communication Market in LTE and 5G 2020 - 2025
6.8.5.1 Critical Communications by Connection Type 2020 - 2025
6.8.5.2 Critical Communication Applications 2020 - 2025
6.8.5.3 Critical Communications by Major Market Segment 2020 - 2025
6.8.6 Artificial Intelligence Market in LTE and 5G 2020 - 2025
6.8.6.1 AI in LTE and 5G by Connection Type 2020 - 2025
6.8.6.2 AI in LTE and 5G by Technology 2020 - 2025
6.8.6.3 Machine Learning in LTE and 5G 2020 - 2025
6.8.7 AI Data as a Service Market in LTE and 5G 2020 - 2025
6.8.7.1 AI DaaS in LTE and 5G by Connection Type 2020 - 2025
6.8.7.2 AI DaaS in LTE and 5G by Customer Type 2020 - 2025
6.8.8 Cybersecurity Solutions in LTE and 5G 2020 - 2025
6.8.8.1 Cybersecurity in LTE and 5G Overall 2020 - 2025
6.8.8.2 Cybersecurity in LTE and 5G by Connection Type 2020 - 2025
6.8.9 Blockchain Market in LTE and 5G 2020 - 2025
6.8.9.1 Blockchain in LTE and 5G Overall 2020 - 2025
6.8.9.2 Blockchain in LTE and 5G by Connection Type 2020 - 2025
6.9 Regional LTE and 5G Applications Market 2020 - 2025
6.9.1 North America LTE and 5G Applications Market 2020 - 2025
6.9.2 Europe Market LTE and 5G Applications 2020 - 2025
6.9.3 Asia Pacific LTE and 5G Applications Market 2020 - 2025
6.9.4 Latin America LTE and 5G Applications Market 2020 - 2025
6.9.5 Middle East and Africa LTE and 5G Applications Market 2020 - 2025
6.10 Global LTE and 5G Users 2020 - 2025
6.10.1 Global Users by Connection Type 2020 - 2025
6.10.2 Global User LTE Segmentation 2020 - 2025
6.10.3 Global LTE and 5G Users by Service Provider Type 2020 - 2025
6.10.4 Global LTE Users by Deployment Type 2020 - 2025
6.10.4.1 Global Private LTE and 5G Users 2020 - 2025
6.10.5 LTE and 5G Users by Industry Vertical 2020 - 2025
6.10.5.1 Global LTE and 5G Users in Automotive 2020 - 2025
6.10.5.2 Global LTE and 5G Users in Government 2020 - 2025
6.10.5.3 Global LTE and 5G Users in Healthcare 2020 - 2025
6.10.5.4 Global LTE and 5G Users in Manufacturing 2020 - 2025
6.10.5.5 Global LTE and 5G Users in Retail Products and Services 2020 - 2025
6.11 Global LTE Subscriptions 2020 - 2025
6.11.1 Global LTE Subscription by Service Provider Type 2020 - 2025
6.11.1.1 Mobile Network Operator LTE Subscription by Sub-Market 2020 - 2025
6.11.1.1.1 Global Consumer LTE Users by Application Type 2020 - 2025
6.11.1.1.2 Global Business LTE Users by Solution Type 2020 - 2025
6.11.1.1.3 Global Government LTE Users by Solution Type 2020 - 2025
6.11.1.2 Global LTE Users by OTT Application Type 2020 - 2025
6.11.2 Global LTE Users City/Exurban/Rural Area 2020 - 2025
6.12 Global LTE Advanced Users 2020 - 2025
6.12.1 LTE Advanced Users by Service Provider Type 2020 - 2025
6.12.1.1 Global LTE Advanced Mobile Network Operator Users 2020 - 2025
6.12.1.1.1 Global LTE Advanced Consumer Users by Application 2020 - 2025
6.12.1.1.2 Global LTE Advanced Business Market Users by Solution 2020 - 2025
6.12.1.1.3 Global LTE Advanced Users by Government Solution Type 2020 - 2025
6.12.1.2 Global LTE Advanced Users by OTT Application Type 2020 - 2025
6.12.2 Global LTE Advanced Users City/Exurban/Rural Area 2020 - 2025
6.13 Global LTE Advanced Pro Users 2020 - 2025
6.13.1 Global LTE Advanced Pro Users by Service Provider Type 2020 - 2025
6.13.1.1 Global Mobile Network Operator LTE Advanced Pro Users 2020 - 2025
6.13.1.1.1 Global LTE Advanced Pro Users by Consumer Application Type 2020 - 2025
6.13.1.1.2 Global LTE Advanced Pro Business Users by Solution Type 2020 - 2025
6.13.1.1.3 Global LTE Advanced Pro Government Users by Solution Type 2020 - 2025
6.13.1.2 Global LTE Advanced Pro Users by OTT Application Type 2020 - 2025
6.13.2 Global LTE Advanced Pro Users City/Exurban/Rural Area 2020 - 2025
6.13.3 Global Fixed Wireless Access Users via LTE Advanced Pro 2020 - 2025
6.13.3.1 Global Fixed Wireless via LTE Advanced Pro Overall 2020 - 2025
6.13.3.2 Global FWA via LTE Advanced Pro by Consumer, Enterprise, and Industrial 2020 - 2025
6.14 Global 5G Subscriptions 2020 - 2025
6.14.1 Global 5G Users by Device Type 2020 - 2025
6.14.2 Global 5G Users by Service Provider Type 2020 - 2025
6.14.2.1 Global MNO 5G Subscription by Consumer, Business, and Government 2020 - 2025
6.14.2.1.1 Global MNO 5G Users by Consumer Application Type 2020 - 2025
6.14.2.1.2 Global MNO 5G Users by Business Solution Type 2020 - 2025
6.14.2.1.3 Global MNO Government Users by Solution Type 2020 - 2025
6.14.2.2 Global 5G Users by OTT Application Type 2020 - 2025
6.14.3 Global 5G Users by eMBB, mMTC, URLLC, and FWA 2020 - 2025
6.14.3.1 Global 5G Enhanced Mobile Broadband Users by Application Type 2020 - 2025
6.14.3.1.1 Global 5G Mobile Office/Productivity (Smart Workplace) Users 2020 - 2025
6.14.3.1.2 Global 5G Users by Connected Vehicle Type 2020 - 2025
6.14.3.1.3 Global 5G Multimedia Communication Users 2020 - 2025
6.14.3.1.3.1 Global Users by Multimedia Communication Application Type 2020 - 2025
6.14.3.2 Global 5G Massive Machine-type Communication Connections by Solution Type 2020 - 2025
6.14.3.3 Global 5G Ultra-Reliable Low-Latency Communication Users by Application 2020 - 2025
6.14.3.3.1 Global 5G Telepresence Users by Solution 2020 - 2025
6.14.3.3.2 Global URLLC Users in Autonomous Vehicles 2020 - 2025
6.14.3.3.3 Global URLLC Users in Teleoperation/Tele-robotics 2020 - 2025
6.14.3.3.4 Global Multimedia Communication Users in 5G URLLC 2020 - 2025
6.14.3.3.4.1 Global Multimedia Communication Users by URLLC Application 2020 - 2025
6.14.3.3.5 Video User by 5G URLLC Solution 2020 - 2025
6.14.3.3.5.1 Global Video Users via URLLC Solution 2020 - 2025
6.14.3.3.6 Global Immersive Applications Users in 5G URLLC 2020 - 2025
6.14.3.3.6.1 Global Immersive Users by Application Type 2020 - 2025
6.14.3.4 Global 5G Fixed Wireless Access Users by Segment 2020 - 2025
6.14.4 Global 5G Network Slicing Dependent Apps and Service Usage 2020 - 2025
6.15 Global 5G New Radio Users 2020 - 2025
6.15.1 Global 5GNR Usage by Application 2020 - 2025
6.15.1.1 Global 5GNR Industrial Automation Users 2020 - 2025
6.15.2 Global 5GNR Users by Private and Public Deployment 2020 - 2025
6.15.2.1 Global 5GNR Industrial Automation Users 2020 - 2025
6.15.2.1.1 Global 5GNR Users by Industrial Automation Application 2020 - 2025
6.16 Regional LTE and 5G Subscription and Usage 2020 - 2025
6.16.1 LTE and 5G in North America by Country 2020 - 2025
6.16.2 LTE and 5G in Europe by Country 2020 - 2025
6.16.3 LTE and 5G in APAC by Country 2020 - 2025
6.16.4 LTE and 5G in Latin America by Country 2020 - 2025
6.16.5 LTE and 5G in Middle East and Africa by Country 2020 - 2025

7.0 Conclusions and Recommendations
7.1 Advertisers and Media Companies
7.2 Artificial Intelligence Providers
7.3 Automotive Companies
7.4 Broadband Infrastructure Providers
7.5 Communication Service Providers
7.6 Computing and Datacenter Companies
7.7 Data Analytics Providers
7.8 Immersive Technology (AR, VR, and MR) Providers
7.9 Network Equipment Providers
7.10 Network Security Providers
7.11 Semiconductor Companies
7.12 IoT Suppliers and Service Providers
7.13 Software Providers
7.14 Smart City System Integrators
7.15 Automation System Providers
7.16 Social Media Companies
7.17 OTT Service Providers
7.18 Enterprise, Industrial, and Government Users

Figures
Figure 1: 4G LTE D2D Architecture
Figure 2: 4G LTE to 5G Spectrum Evolution
Figure 3: 5G NR Requirements
Figure 4: Massive MIMO Architecture
Figure 5: Self-Organizing Networks in H-RAN
Figure 6: H-RAN Application of 5G Systems
Figure 7: Centralized and Distribution LS-CSSP in H-CRANs
Figure 8: NFV in H-RAN Solution
Figure 9: SDN Architecture
Figure 10: NFV and SDN Security Framework
Figure 11: Software Defined Radio Network
Figure 12: Hybrid Architecture of SDN and SDR in 5G Networks
Figure 13: Role of Satellite in 5G Communication System
Figure 14: 5G RAN Architecture
Figure 15: MEC and IoT for Network Slicing
Figure 16: Private LTE Network Spectrum
Figure 17: CBRS Tier 3 Spectrum Sharing
Figure 18: 5G NR Access Network Architecture
Figure 19: Global In-Building WiFi Service Revenue 2020 - 2025
Figure 20: Global In-Building 5G Service Revenue 2020 - 2025
Figure 21: Global In-Building 5G Service Market Share of WiFi 2020 - 2025
Figure 22: IMT 2020 URLLC Requirement
Figure 23: Global LTE and 5G Apps and Service Market 2020 - 2025
Figure 24: Global Fixed Wireless Access Market in LTE Advanced Pro 2020 - 2025
Figure 25: Global Multimedia Communications Market in 5G eMBB 2020 - 2025
Figure 26: Global Multimedia Communications Market in 5G URLLC 2020 - 2025
Figure 27: Global Video Viewing Market in 5G URLLC 2020 - 2025
Figure 28: Global Immersive Applications Market in 5G URLLC 2020 - 2025
Figure 29: Global Network Slicing Dependent Apps and Service Market in 5G 2020 - 2025
Figure 30: Global 5GNR Market 2020 - 2025
Figure 31: Global Industrial Automation Market in Private 5GNR 2020 - 2025
Figure 32: Global Residential Service Market in LTE and 5G 2020 - 2025
Figure 33: Global Smart City Market in LTE and 5G 2020 - 2025
Figure 34: Global MEC Market in LTE and 5G Apps and Service 2020 - 2025
Figure 35: Global Computing as a Service Market in LTE and 5G 2020 - 2025
Figure 36: Global Critical Communication Market in LTE and 5G 2020 - 2025
Figure 37: Global AI Driven LTE and 5G Apps and Service Market 2020 - 2025
Figure 38: Global AI DaaS Market in LTE and 5G 2020 - 2025
Figure 39: Global Cybersecurity Solution Market in LTE and 5G Apps and Service 2020 - 2025
Figure 40: Global Blockchain Market in LTE and 5G Apps and Service 2020 - 2025
Figure 41: North America Fixed Wireless Access Market in LTE Advanced Pro 2020 - 2025
Figure 42: North America Multimedia Communications Market in 5G eMBB 2020 - 2025
Figure 43: North America Multimedia Communications Market in 5G URLLC 2020 - 2025
Figure 44: North America Video Viewing Market in 5G URLLC 2020 - 2025
Figure 45: North America Immersive Applications Market in 5G URLLC 2020 - 2025
Figure 46: North America Network Slicing Dependent Apps and Service Market in 5G 2020 - 2025
Figure 47: North America 5GNR Market 2020 - 2025
Figure 48: North America Industrial Automation Market in Private 5GNR 2020 - 2025
Figure 49: North America Residential Service Market in LTE and 5G 2020 - 2025
Figure 50: North America Smart City Market in LTE and 5G 2020 - 2025
Figure 51: North America MEC Market in LTE and 5G Apps and Service 2020 - 2025
Figure 52: North America Computing as a Service Market in LTE and 5G 2020 - 2025
Figure 53: North America Critical Communication Market in LTE and 5G 2020 - 2025
Figure 54: North America AI Driven LTE and 5G Apps and Service Market 2020 - 2025
Figure 55: North America AI DaaS Market in LTE and 5G 2020 - 2025
Figure 56: North America Security Solution Market in LTE and 5G Apps and Service 2020 - 2025
Figure 57: North America Blockchain Market in LTE and 5G Apps and Service 2020 - 2025
Figure 58: Europe Fixed Wireless Access Market in LTE Advanced Pro 2020 - 2025
Figure 59: Europe Multimedia Communications Market in 5G eMBB 2020 - 2025
Figure 60: Europe Multimedia Communications Market in 5G URLLC 2020 - 2025
Figure 61: Europe Video Viewing Market in 5G URLLC 2020 - 2025
Figure 62: Europe Immersive Applications Market in 5G URLLC 2020 - 2025
Figure 63: Europe Network Slicing

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