Pune, India, April 2021, MRFR Press Release/Market Research Future has published a half-cooked research report on the global 5G Infrastructure Market.
Market Research Future (MRFR) announces the publication of its half-cooked research report—Global 5G Infrastructure Market, 2018–2027.
According to Market Research Future, the global 5G Infrastructure Market has been segmented based on communication infrastructure, network architecture, operational frequency, core technology, end-user, and region/country. The global 5G infrastructure market size is expected to register an exponential CAGR of 58.9%from 2021 to 2027; and reach USD 27,476 million by 2027.
5G network infrastructure involves a series of macro- and small-cell base stations that are hold edge computing capabilities required for functionality of next generation cellular networks. 5G infrastructure delivers faster data transmission with lower latency and massive connectivity for end-use applications including IoT devices, semi-autonomous vehicles, augmented reality, among others driving smart homes, smart cities, smart factories, and mission critical applications (for instance, healthcare). There are two types of 5G network infrastructure architectures such as standalone and non-standalone, respectively. Standalone network infrastructure involves cloud-native network core of their own, connecting to the 5G New Radio (NR) technology whereas non-standalone infrastructure that partly depend over their predecessor- 4G LTE infrastructure.
The global 5G infrastructure market has been segmented based on communication infrastructure, network architecture, operational frequency, core technology, end-user, and region.
By communication infrastructure, the global 5G infrastructure market has been divided into small cell and macro cell. Further, the small cell sub-segment is bifurcated into micro cell, femtocell, and pico cell. Small cells are used for wireless transmission and reception of signals across a small area whereas macro cells are tall, powerful, and provides strong network coverage through longer distances. For instance, small cells can cater to the connectivity needs in densely populated areas such as a city.
By network architecture, the global 5G infrastructure market has been divided into 5G non-standalone and 5G standalone. The non-standalone type of architecture enables telecom operators to control the cost required to deploy a end-to-end 5G network with the help of existing network infrastructure and adoption of virtualization, Control & User Plane Separation (CUPS), as well as Software-Defined Networking (SDN). In case of standalone network architecture, they help telecom operators provide fully virtualized 5G network services including new radio access network, new transport network, and new 5G mobile core and edge networks, separating existing 4G network.
Depending on its operational frequency, the 5G infrastructure market is split into sub-6GHz and above 24GHz.The sub-6GHz cellular frequency (or band)involves transmission from network towers to the mobile phones below the frequency of 6GHz which is much similar to the 4G LTE networks. This type of operational frequency covers a broad geographic location but provides lower download speeds. On the other hand, the operating frequency more than 24GHz are intended to provide large bandwidth even if the demand is high during peak hours but for a smaller area.
On the basis of end-user, the 5G infrastructure market is categorized into residential, commercial, industrial, and government.5G infrastructure is into its early stages of deployment. However, the end-use industries such as manufacturing, healthcare, aerospace & defense, automotive & transportation, among others. For instance, smart factory enables flow of data between machines and people that reduces downtime and increases the potential of predictive maintenance reaping monetary and productivity benefits.
By core technology, the market is segmented into software-defined networking (SDN) and network function virtualization (NFV) technologies.SDN manages the flow of data packets in an controlled environment enabling intelligent networking and stands between the network devices and the applications with the help of a software that is dynamic, adaptable, and cheaper solution for 5G infrastructure. Whereas the NFV enables in virtualization of different appliances running in the network by creating a virtual network architecture over the shared infrastructure of physical network devices.
The global 5G infrastructure market has been analyzed for five regions—North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East & Africa, and South America.
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By region, the global5G Infrastructure Market has been segmented into North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East &Africa,and South America. North America is expected to be the dominating region in terms of the adoption of 5G infrastructure owing to the heavy investments. North American market has been segmented into the US, Canada, and Mexico.The US is expected to lead the country-level market, while Canada is projected to be the fastest-growing segment during the forecast period. The USmarket is expected to report the highest market share, owing to the leading market position in terms of 5G transport networks deployed for efficient and faster transportation.
The key players in theglobal5G infrastructure market areTelefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson (Sweden), Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. (China), Nokia (Finland), SAMSUNG (South Korea), ZTE Corporation (China), NEC Corporation (Japan), Cisco Systems, Inc. (US), CommScope, Inc. (US), Comba Telecom Systems Holdings Ltd. (China), Alpha Networks Inc. (Taiwan), Siklu Inc. (US), Mavenir (US), Airspan Networks (US), Hewlett Packard Enterprise Development LP (US), and F5, Inc. (US).