Market Research Report
Three Critical Enablers of 5G: Adoption Patterns in Small Cells, Cloud-RAN and SONs
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|Three Critical Enablers of 5G: Adoption Patterns in Small Cells, Cloud-RAN and SONs|
|Published: March 12, 2018||Content info: 19 Slides||
"Cloud-RAN will be the biggest single opportunity for telco software providers in the 5G era, driven by the technology's ability to reduce operators' TCO and enable new services."
Mobile network operators (MNOs) will look for more efficiency from their forthcoming 5G investments and network capacity growth, while maintaining flat capex budgets. We have identified three key technologies - cloud-RAN, small cells and self-optimising networks (SONs) - that will be popular with MNOs and will help vendors to drive revenue in the next 5 years.
This report answers the following questions.
The following vendors have profiles in this report.
OPERATOR SPENDING WORLDWIDE BY 5G TECHNOLOGY,
2022, AND CAGR OF SPENDING, 2017-2022
Caroline Gabriel is a senior contributor to Analysys Mason's Next-Generation Wireless Networks research programme. She contributes to Analysys Mason's published and custom research content and works directly with our research clients to advise them on wireless network trends and market developments. Caroline has been engaged in technology analysis, research and consulting for 30 years, and has focused entirely on mobile and wireless since 2002. As co-founder and research director of Rethink Technology Research, Caroline has developed a research base and forecast methodology based around deep contacts with mobile and converged operators worldwide.
Roberto Kompany (Senior Analyst) is a member of Analysys Mason's Telecoms Software and Networks research team and is the lead analyst for the Next-Generation Wireless Networksresearch programme focusing on strategy and market research. Prior to joining Analysys Mason, Roberto worked for Dixons Carphone, where he analysed the effect on the business of shifts in the telecoms market -for example,in terms of mergers, operator KPIs and technology -in Europe and the UK. Previous positions included consultancy, where he helped a varietyof clients worldwide with mobile-related projects, such as a capex reduction and developing a 5-year strategy for an incumbent's wireless infrastructure.