“World 5G Network Planning, Adoption, & Deployment Strategies 2019 – 2025” featured research examines the planning and adoption strategies of various stakeholders of 5G. More than 150 operators have launched 5G trials or expressed their commitments to do so. Leading vendors have achieved huge success in developing key technologies to fuel 5G networks of the future. Governments of the USA, UK, Japan, Korea, China, and India are formulating aggressive 5G strategies. The United States and South Korea recently launched commercial 5G mobile network. However, China is more aggressive and it is likely to lead the global 5G market.
Verizon Wireless is highly bullish on its 5G business revolving around content in initial years, While SK Telecom is especially focusing on new B2B services like autonomous driving, robot communications and public safety systems. Our analysis confirms that 5G is coming faster than expected. Operators need to revisit their strategies for transition from 4G to 5G.
This research evaluates key strategies mobile network operators should be considering as they move from 4G to 5G. It also analyses applications and use cases of 5G across different industry verticals.
The report offers an extensive forecast for 5G connections, Revenue, and ARPU/ ARPC that operators can utilize to substantiate their strategic business decisions.
Key questions that this report answers:
- Who are the leading 5G operators?
- What are the strategies of leading 5G operators?
- Who are the leading 5G vendors?
- What are their Key Solutions and 5G Operator Engagements?
- How are governments planning for 5G?
- What is the current scenario of 5G Standard?
- Key 5G use cases and Verticals?
- The results of various 5G trials so far?
- Which countries/ operators are expected to launch 5G in 2019-2020?
- What are the major driving forces of early 5G deployments?
- How will 5G connections and revenue grow in the coming years?
5G ARPU/ ARPC forecast for 2019-2025.
The Report has the Following Key Findings:
- More than 70% of operators worldwide will be facing capacity issues in at least 40% sites by 2022. That’s the reason the advancements in 5G are happening at a much faster pace than predicted.
- The United States, China, South Korea, and Japan are actively working to develop, test and deploy 5G network in their respective markets.
- Operators in the US and South Korea have launched commercial 5G network. Verizon Wireless is highly bullish on its 5G business revolving around content in initial years, While SK Telecom is especially focusing on new B2B services like autonomous driving, robot communications and public safety systems.
- China has planned to deploy wide-scale commercial 5G network by 2020. In fact, China has made 5G a key pillar of its overall industrial strategy, including Made in China 2025 and its 13th Five-Year Plan. Alongside, China is aggressively pushing itself to take technological leadership in 5G.
- As the transition to 5G has already started in few markets, MNOs, as well as industries and governments worldwide, are evaluating and planning to seize the opportunity.
- The worldwide network capital expenditure is projected to double from 2020 to 2025 driven by 5G deployments. The huge deployment cost of 5G is forcing operators to consider network sharing model which can reduce the total cost of ownership (TCO) by up to 30%.
- Telcos are following different roadmaps for 5G deployment based on market need and their strategies. The commercial 5G network will be deployed in at least 20 markets in 2019 and in more than 60 markets by 2020.
Companies Mentioned in the Report
- China Mobile
- KT Corp.
- NTT DoCoMo
- SK Telecom
- Verizon Wireless
Table of Contents
1.1. LTE, LTE-Advanced, and 5G Market Insights
1.2. 5G Business Model Challenge
1.3. 5G Ecosystem and Value Chain
1.4. 5G Investment and RoI
1.5. 5G Players’ Assessment
1.6. Are Vendors Pushing 5G Just for their Profit?
1.7. Operators’ Pre-5G Strategies
1.8. Governments’ 5G Strategies
1.9. 5G Standardization Progress
1.10. 5G Infrastructure Progress
1.11. 5G NR
1.12. Operator 5G Business Model & RoI
5G Market Landscape
2.2. Market Dynamics
2.3. 5G Market Update Q1 2018
2.3.1. 5G Operator Trials and Achievements
2.4. Value Chain Analysis
2.4.1. 5G Vendor Solutions Progress
2.4.2. 5G Prototypes
2.4.3. 5G NR
2.4.4. Why is 5G Ecosystem rising so quickly?
2.4.5. Will 4G fade away with 5G?
LTE, LTE-Advanced, LTE-Advanced Pro, and 5G Situation Overview
3.1. 4G LTE Evolution to 5G
3.1.1. LTE Standards Evolving to 5G
3.1.2. Evolution of Massive MIMO in LTE networks
3.2. Leading Operators in the US and Asia Pacific will Launch Commercial 5G during 2019-2020
3.3. Global 5G Trials and Commitments
3.3.1. `North America
3.3.2. Asia Pacific
3.3.4. Latin America
3.3.5. Africa & Middle East
5G Market Demand, Key Verticals, and Use Cases
4.1. 5G FWA
4.2. 5G Mobile Broadband
4.3. 5G IoT
4.3.1. 5G Consumer IoT
4.3.2. 5G Industrial IoT
4.3.3. 5G Public IoT
4.4. 5G Smart City
4.5. 5G Smart Homes
4.6. 5G AR & VR (Augmented Reality & Virtual Reality)
4.7. 5G Healthcare
4.8. 5G Automobile
5G Vendor Competitive Landscape
5.1.1. 5G Product Portfolio
5.1.2. 5G Operator Engagement
5.2.1. 5G Product Portfolio
5.2.2. 5G Operator Engagement
5.3.1. 5G Product Portfolio
5.3.2. 5G Operator Engagement
5.4.1. 5G Product Portfolio
5.4.2. 5G Operator Engagement
5.5.1. 5G Product Portfolio
5.5.2. 5G Operator Engagement
5.6.1. 5G Product Portfolio
5.6.2. 5G Operator Engagement
5.7.1. 5G Product Portfolio
5.7.2. 5G Operator Engagement
5G Operator Case Studies
6.1. Verizon Wireless
6.3. KT Corp.
6.4. SK Telecom
6.5. NTT DoCoMo
6.6. China Mobile
Global 5G Infrastructure, Devices, Connections and Operator Billed Service Revenue Forecasts 2019-2025
7.1. Global 5G Subscribers 2019-2025
7.2. Regional 5G Subscribers 2019-2025
7.3. Global 5G Subscribers by Type (5G FWA & Mobile) 2019-2025
7.4. 5G Market Revenue Potential 2019-2025
7.4.1. Global 5G Service Revenue 2019-2025
7.4.2. 5G ARPU
7.4.3. Regional 5G Service Revenue 2019-2025
7.4.4. 5G Devices Market 2019-2025
7.4.5. 5G Infrastructure Market 2019-2025
7.7. South Korea
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