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US 5G Network Equipment Market Research 2017-2030: Based on Equipment, Based on Revenue Source, Based on End-user with COVID-19 impact

Published Date :

2020-09-18

Report Pages :

749

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PDF

Region Covered :

United States

US 5G Network Equipment Market

5G has started to hit the mainstream this year, with more than 20 wireless network operators have launched 5G across 300 locations around the world. 5G is expected to roll out globally more quickly as compared to the previous generations of wireless technology, due to a number of factors such as, new spectrum of bands across a number of global markets, generally depressed financial situation of operators and operators yearning for new revenue opportunities. 5G is rapidly becoming a reality across the world, judging from the progress some operators and equipments are making. Therefore, new 5G network access equipment must deliver broader bandwidths, high frequencies, lower latencies, and enable machine to machine communication, which is necessary for a massively connected Internet of Things (IoT). A total of 48 5G devices announced from 26 different vendors, covering eight form factors: phones, indoor modems, outdoor modems, modules, Snap-on dongles/adaptors, IoT routers and USB terminals. There are also four different 5G chipset vendors: Huawei, Mediatek, Qualcomm and Samsung, Intel recently dropped out of the market.

Technology Improvements for Next-Generation 5G Networks

The wide variety of technologies and improvements will be incorporated into next-generation 5G networks. Basic understanding of these technological components of 5G will give a better sense of the important policy that must be made in order to drive a more strategic vision for the US networks.

New Radio Standard:

Radio Interface is at the center of any generation of mobile technology, which allows the end user device, such as smartphone, to connect with the rest of the network over the air. Throughout the country, mobile operators have deployed thousands of base stations. These base stations use electromagnetic spectrum to send signals of encoded information to send signals of encoded information to smart phones or other wireless devices.

Massive Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO) and High-Frequency Spectrum:

It is an important development in wireless communications is the use of multiple antennas on either end of a wireless link. Basically, transmitting and receiving data over multiple antennas is known as MIMO, which increases the capacity of the link, adds redundancy, and improves performance wherever radio signals are bounced and reflected off buildings.

Small-Cell Architecture:

Techniques such as making smaller cell sizes or splitting cells into different sectors allow for greatly increased capacity. Smaller cells sizes allow operators to essentially reuse the same frequencies at each geographic site. This trend toward smaller cell sizes, especially areas of high-demand, is not unique to 5G, but, the next-gen deployment is greatly accelerate the trend toward small cells, especially wherever mm Wave spectrum is leveraged.

Understanding Virtualization: SDN, NFV, vRAN, cRAN, and O-RAN:

The term virtualization may be confusing, as it makes it seem as the network itself is immaterial, existing only on the cloud but that’s not the case, only the specific functions are virtualized, and still must run on hardware, even if that hardware can be commoditized, commercial off the shelf components. Antennas and small cells still have to be deployed throughout neighborhood and communities and signal processing back to both the core network (fronthaul and backhaul) and the wider Internet or telephone must be installed.

Edge-Computing:

Edge computing basically discusses to the practices of moving computing resources closer to the edge of a network, where, mobile or multi-access edge computing can be thought of as the leading of a miniature data center much closer to the user, maybe in the central office of a telecom provider or even on the premises in the case of sophisticated manufacturing or enterprise use cases.

Raised Concerns: 5G Equipment Comes from Just a Few Suppliers

Equipments at a heart of 5G networks currently comes from just a few global suppliers, and largest one right now being the Chinese company, Huawei. This has raised concerns given that Chinese law requires all companies subject to its jurisdiction to comply with request from the country’s intelligence. However, the US has already banned Huawei, and will issue show because notice to other Chinese state-owned companies which it believes have received requests from China’s intelligence services to share data. The tide is also turning away from Huawei, towards trusted 5G vendors, as the world’s leading telecom companies such as, Telefonica, Orange, Jio, Telstra and many more are becoming “Clean Telcos”. As these companies are rejecting doing business with tools of the CCP surveillance state, like Huawei.

Following testing against the most realistic 5G conditions should be done by the operators before bringing new 5G network equipment to market:

  • Generate and analyze 5G new radio (NR) waveforms
  • Accelerate 5G NR conformance tests
  • Volume Test 5G NR infrastructure equipment
  • Validate multi-channel GNB performance
  • Emulate real-world radio channel conditions
  • Characterize the 5G NR air interface
  • Verify 5G network coverage and quality in the field
  • Generate massive amount of 5G traffic
  • Manufacturer of multi-antenna wireless products achieves 20X speed improvements

US 5G Network Equipment Market Segmentation

Based on Equipment:

  • Oscilloscopes
  • Signal and Spectrum Analyzers
  • Vector Signal Generators
  • Network Analyzers
  • Others

Based on Revenue Source:

  • New
  • Rental

Based on End-user:

  • Telecom Equipment Manufacturers
  • Original Device Manufacturers (ODMs)
  • Telecom Service Providers
  • Others

Overview of US 5G Network Equipment Market

5G network’s complete economic effect will likely be realized across the globe at least by 2030, with supporting a wide range of industries and potentially enabling up to USD 13.3 trillion worth of goods and services and will also contribute around USD 2 trillion dollars in GDP growth by the end of the same period. The 5G value chain, including OEMs, operators, content creators, app developers, and consumers, could alone support up to 22.3 million jobs, or more than one job for every person in Beijing, China. The average consumer is expected to go from being able to consume 2.3 GB of data per month today to close to 11 GB of data per month on their smartphone in 2022, driven by the explosive growth in video traffic as mobile is increasingly becoming the source of media and entertainment, as well as the massive growth in always-connected cloud computing and experiences. Global 5G Network Equipment Market was valued around USD 1.7 billion in 2019 and it is projected to grow at a compound annual growth (CAGR) of 9% from 2020 to 2030.

COVID-19 Impact on US 5G Network Equipment Market

Even after the COVID-19 impacts hitting the global supply chains and construction projects, telecommunications firms in the US have continued to contract equipment from Chinese technology giant Huawei, Finland’s Nokia and Sweden’s Ericsson to build 5G networks, which are expected to power everything from high-speed video transmissions to self-driving cars. Further, after blacklisting Huawei last year amid security concerns, now the United States confirmed it will amend prohibitions on US companies doing businesses with the firm, so that they can work together to set standards for 5G networks, in fact, the world’s largest telecommunications equipment maker informed in February 2020, it had clinched 91 commercial contracts, despite the US security issues. Further, as of June 2020, the Swedish telecom equipment maker, Ericsson, has reported 93 5G commercial agreements and 40 live networks across 22 countries. Ericsson also doubled its global forecast for 5G mobile subscriptions to 190 million by the end of this year, due to faster than expected uptake in China. Also, the equipment maker strikes deals with the US operators RINA Wireless, U.S Cellular and GCI GLIBA.O. Further, the United States is in talks with Brazil and local telecommunications companies on funding the acquisition of 5G gear produced by Ericsson and Nokia.

Major Players of US 5G Network Equipment Market

  • Ericsson
  • Nokia
  • Qualcomm
  • ZTE Corporation
  • Samsung
  • Huawei Technologies
  • AT&T
  • Vodafone
  • Verizon
  • Sprint Corporation
  • Hi-Silicon
  • Mediatek
  • MACOM
  • Rohde & Schwarz
  • VIAVI Solutions Inc.
  • Keysight Technologies
  • Anritsu
  • Lite Point

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Key questions answered in this US 5G Network Equipment Market Report

  • What is the total market size by 2030 and what would be the expected growth rate of market?
  • What is the total revenue per segment and region in 2016-17 and what would be the expected revenue per segment and region over the forecast period?
  • What are the key market trends?
  • What are the factors which are driving this market?
  • What are the major barriers to market growth?
  • Who are the key vendors in this market space?
  • What are the market opportunities for the existing and entry level players?
  • What are the recent developments and business strategy of the key players?

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