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Private Wireless Networks: LTE, 5G, and Edge Computing in Enterprise, Industrial, and Government Solutions 2021 - 2026

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Private Wireless Networks: LTE, 5G, and Edge Computing in Enterprise, Industrial, and Government Solutions 2021 - 2026
Published: April 8, 2021 Content info: 233 Pages
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Overview

This report evaluates 5G NR and the market outlook for MNO and VNO to offer private IoT networks for the benefit of industrial automation and mission-critical enterprise applications and services. The report evaluates major players, technologies, and solutions.

The report also assesses market challenges, opportunities, and the overall outlook for 5G NR equipment and components. The report provides detailed forecasts for equipment globally and regionally as well as investment in 5G NR by industry vertical.

Select Report Findings:

  • The carrier-provided 5G indoor market will reach $2.1B globally by 2026, growing at 51.9% CAGR
  • The highest ROI solutions for carrier LTE-A and 5GNR offerings will be for enterprise applications and industrial automation
  • Growth of private LTE and 5G solutions for enterprise and industrial customers is 37% faster than public apps and services
  • 5GNR solutions will be largely fixed wireless WAN connectivity and support of industrial private communications networks
  • Solutions will consist of Fully Virtualized, Dedicated/Non-Virtualized, and Hybrid Network Solutions for business customers
  • Carriers will move ahead aggressively with non-standalone 5G but will realize significant benefits with 5G core network upgrades
  • 5G wireless deployment in indoor environments within smart cities and suburbs will exceed the total of all exurban and rural areas combined globally
  • The global 5G fixed wireless transport to smart buildings for specifically for support of WiFi connectivity/backhaul will reach $320.8M by 2026
  • 5G subscription within public networks will exceed private through 2026, although the latter will experience a 20% faster growth rate, set to overtake the former by 2030

LTE Advanced (LTE-A) represents a major step in the evolution of 4G technology, providing mobile coverage, higher performance, and greater connection stability. The 5G New Radio (NR) access technology is a part of 5G Radio Access Network (RAN) architecture that is composed of LTE evolution and millimeter wave (mmWave) technology that will be operable from sub-1 GHz to 24+ GHz in a range of the low band, mid-band, and high band.

A variety of complementary technologies will enable 5G NR supported systems including massive MIMO, advanced LPDC, TDD subframe, beamforming, and mmWave radio frequency.

For communication service providers, mmWave will bring both challenges and opportunities for general RAN infrastructure and in particular for the private Internet of Things (IoT) networks for industrial automation and mission-critical services for enterprise across many industry verticals.

The higher frequencies suffer from attenuation, which means they lose signal over distance and when they hit objects (even water vapor, but especially solid objects like trees, buildings, etc.). This is why there is a need for massive MIMO and other multi-signal approaches to help, along with beam-forming to direct RF energy to where it is needed, but the signal is so directional in nature that it is very hard to maintain with a moving object.

From an infrastructure and managed services perspective, 5G NR will facilitate vertical market opportunities for vendors to offer distributed macro-cell base stations, small cells units, remote radio head units, and C-RAN baseband units for both dedicated and shared resource networks. 5G RRHs unit shipment alone will grow at over 70% CAGR and will exceed 115M units by 2026.

Enterprise and industrial segments will continue to deploy private networks utilizing LTE and WiFi. Mind Commerce sees many of these networks evolving to 5G and including edge computing to maximize overall throughput and minimize latency, which will be crucial for certain critical communications solutions such as industrial process automation.

Enterprise and industrial customers may choose a combination of communications and computing as a service from carriers or purchase infrastructure that is managed by a third-party entity. Examples of some recent carrier-supported private wireless deployments include the following:

  • Verizon: The company recently partnered with U.K. port operator Associated British Ports (ABP) to provide the Port of Southampton with a private 5G wireless network. The port of Southampton is a part of a large supply chain, accounting for £40 billion in U.K. exports yearly. Southampton also serves as the country's largest port for cars (nearly 900,000/year) and cruise liners. The network runs on the Nokia Digital Automation Cloud, which offers edge computing capabilities.
  • AT&T: The company established a public/private partnership with Chicago's MxD (Manufacturing x Digital), has created a 5G private network with funding from the Department of Defense and other private members. The wireless network is meant to help companies learn how to improve their manufacturing operations through 5G networks. The MxD private network uses only two radios, one with mmWave 5G and the other with sub-6 5G that connects to AT&T's central network core.

Carrier-supported private LTE and 5G networks will consist of Virtualized Network Solutions, Dedicated/Non-Virtualized Network Solutions, and Hybrid Network Solutions with an anticipated global market opportunity of $12.6, $9.2B, and $17.1B respectively.

Private wireless deployments will differ greatly based on whether they conform to a carrier-owned/controlled model or to one based on enterprise/industrial ownership and control. In the case of the former, the carrier will be required to provision and administer apps and/or allow access by third parties, such as Over-the-Top (OTT) service providers. In the case of the latter, the enterprise or industrial customer will manage their own apps, or more likely, hire their own third-party team to manage on their behalf.

While some business customers will vie for virtualized instances of carrier infrastructure/platforms, other enterprise, industrial, and government customers will go with private networks within their own control and/or facilities. In other words, some of these private networks are going to be in competition with carrier communication services as the likes of Nokia are actually competing with their own customers (e.g. carriers are customers of infrastructure providers like Nokia, Ericsson, etc.).

While many of these changes in public versus private networks currently impact the radio access network and edge computing alone (e.g. businesses still need connectivity with carriers for WAN communications), it sets the stage for potential evolution towards a more distributed service realization environment that may involve a more dispersed core network that is not completely owned/controlled by the legacy carriers.

With private network subscription set to overtake public by 2030, carriers are highly advised to spend most of their efforts on solutions for business customers (e.g. enterprise, industrial, and government clients). This is advised even if it means losing some of their communications business due to private wireless deployment in which the business customer owns and operates a portion of their own internal network.

Leveraging unique 5G capabilities will be extremely important. For example, leading communication service providers will take an end-to-end approach to 5G network slicing that leverages disaggregation and virtualization of both radio and core network elements.

In the core network, NFV and SDN capabilities are leveraged to meet QoS/QoE requirements, whereas in the radio network separation of radio access network (RAN) elements by real-time vs. static functions is important to 5G network slicing.

Companies in Report:

  • ADLINK Technology Inc.
  • Affirmed Networks
  • Airspan
  • Airtel
  • Alibaba
  • Altair Semiconductor
  • Alvarion
  • America Movil
  • Analog Devices Inc.
  • Apple
  • Ascom
  • Asus
  • AT&T
  • Broadcom Corporation
  • BT Group
  • Cavium Inc.
  • China Mobile
  • China Telecom
  • China Unicom
  • Ciena Corporation
  • Cisco Systems
  • ClearBlade
  • ClearSky Technologies
  • ClipBucket
  • Cloudify
  • Cobham Wireless
  • Colt
  • Contus Vplay
  • Coolpad Dyno
  • Cradlepoint
  • CTS
  • Deutsche Telekom AG
  • Dish
  • D-Link
  • DU
  • EdgeConnex
  • Edgeworx
  • Entel
  • Ericsson
  • Ericsson
  • Eurotech
  • Facebook
  • FirstNet
  • Fitbit
  • Fubo TV
  • Fujitsu Ltd.
  • Gemalto
  • Geoverse
  • Google
  • Harris
  • HPE
  • HTC
  • Huawei Technologies
  • Hulu
  • Hytera
  • Inmarsat
  • Intel Corporation
  • InterDigital Inc.
  • Juniper Network Inc.
  • KDDI Corporation
  • Keysight Technologies
  • KT Corporation
  • Leonardo
  • LG Electronics
  • LG Uplus
  • M2M Connectivity
  • MACOM Technology
  • MediaTek Inc.
  • Mentura Group
  • Microsoft
  • Mimic Technology
  • Misfit
  • MobiledgeX
  • Mobiotics
  • Mobvoi
  • Motorola
  • Movistar
  • Muvi
  • MYCOM OSI
  • NEC Corporation
  • Netcracker (NEC)
  • Netflix
  • Netgear
  • New York Power Authority
  • Nokia
  • NTT DoCoMo
  • OnGo Alliance
  • Ooredoo
  • Ooyala
  • Orange SA
  • Ori
  • Philo TV
  • Pixeom
  • Pluribus Networks
  • Qorvo Inc.
  • Qualcomm
  • Quickplay
  • Quortus
  • Rakuten (Viber)
  • RedLinX
  • REVE Systems
  • Ribbon Communications
  • Rogers Communications
  • Rohde & Schwarz
  • Roku
  • Saguna Networks
  • Samsung Electronics
  • Saudi Telecom Company
  • Sierra Wireless (Accel Networks)
  • SimNet Wireless
  • SingTel
  • Siretta
  • SK Telecom
  • Sky Go
  • Softbank Group
  • Sony
  • Spark NZ
  • SpiderCloud Wireless
  • Swisscom
  • Symbioticware
  • Telecom Italia
  • Telefonica
  • Telegram
  • Telenor
  • Telit Communications
  • Telstra
  • Tencent
  • Texim Europe
  • T-Mobile
  • UbiFi
  • Vapor IO
  • Vasona Networks (ZephyrTel)
  • Verizon
  • Vidmind
  • VMware Inc.
  • Vodafone Group
  • Vplayed
  • WeChat
  • Xcel Energy
  • Zain
  • Zenitel
  • ZTE Corporation
  • Zyxel
Table of Contents

Table of Contents

1.0 Executive Summary

2.0 Introduction

  • 2.1 Cellular Evolution
    • 2.1.1 First Generation Wireless
    • 2.1.2 Second Generation Wireless
    • 2.1.3 Third Generation Wireless
    • 2.1.4 Fourth Generation Wireless
  • 2.2 Fifth Generation Wireless
    • 2.2.1 Much Greater Data Speed
    • 2.2.2 Focus on Edge Computing for Latency Reduction
    • 2.2.3 Dealing with Radio Propagation and Mobility Challenges
    • 2.2.4 Providing Massively Scalable Support for Internet of Things
    • 2.2.5 5G Service Categories: eMBB, URLLC, and mMTC

3.0 Private Network Market Drivers

  • 3.1.1 Private Wireless Network: A New Era of Opportunities
  • 3.1.2 Why Needs Private Wireless Network?
  • 3.1.3 Stakeholders and Service Providers for Private Wireless Network
  • 3.1.4 Deployment Preference of Private Wireless Network
  • 3.1.5 Benefits and Drawbacks of Private Wireless Network

4.0 Private Network Market Case Studies

  • 4.1 Minera Las Bambas, Peru
  • 4.2 Queensland Silver Mine
  • 4.3 Enel Group Case Study
  • 4.4 California School District leverages LTE Network for Online Learning
  • 4.5 Private LTE-based Networks for Terminal Operators
  • 4.6 Private LTE based Smarter Cities

5.0 Private Network Market Opportunities

  • 5.1 Increased Emphasis on Private Networks for Business
  • 5.2 LTE and Unlicensed Spectrum in Private Wireless
  • 5.3 5G in Private Wireless Networks
    • 5.3.1 Market Drivers for 5G in Private Wireless
    • 5.3.1 5G Needs Edge Computing (Especially) for Private Wireless
    • 5.3.2 5G vs. WiFi for Private Networks
    • 5.3.1 5G New Radio in Private Networks
    • 5.3.1 5G Network Slicing in Private Networks
  • 5.4 Security in Private Wireless Networks
  • 5.5 Over-the-Top Players in Private Wireless Networks

6.0 Private Wireless Industry Developments

  • 6.1 Developments by Organization
    • 6.1.1 Verizon
    • 6.1.2 AT&T
    • 6.1.3 CTS and ClearSky Technologies
    • 6.1.4 Xcel Energy
    • 6.1.5 Nokia and Kalmar
    • 6.1.6 Geoverse and ClearBlade
    • 6.1.7 Ericsson
    • 6.1.8 OnGo Alliance
    • 6.1.9 Nokia and Symbioticware
    • 6.1.10 New York Power Authority
  • 6.2 Select Industry Highlights

7.0 Private Wireless Ecosystem

  • 7.1 AT&T
  • 7.2 Airtel
  • 7.3 BT Group
  • 7.4 China Mobile
  • 7.5 China Telecom
  • 7.6 Deutsche Telekom AG
  • 7.7 DU
  • 7.8 KT Corporation
  • 7.9 NTT DoCoMo
  • 7.10 Saudi Telecom Company
  • 7.11 SK Telecom
  • 7.12 Sprint Corporation (T-Mobile)
  • 7.13 Telstra
  • 7.14 Verizon
  • 7.15 Vodafone Group
  • 7.16 Telenor
  • 7.17 T-Mobile USA
  • 7.18 Rogers Communications
  • 7.19 America Movil
  • 7.20 Entel
  • 7.21 Movistar
  • 7.22 China Unicom
  • 7.23 Ooredoo
  • 7.24 Zain
  • 7.25 Swisscom
  • 7.26 Spark NZ
  • 7.27 Telecom Italia
  • 7.28 Orange SA
  • 7.29 KDDI Corporation
  • 7.30 LG Uplus
  • 7.31 Softbank Group
  • 7.32 SingTel
  • 7.33 Telefonica
  • 7.34 Apple
  • 7.35 Facebook
  • 7.36 Google
  • 7.37 Microsoft
  • 7.38 Rakuten (Viber)
  • 7.39 Tencent
  • 7.40 WeChat
  • 7.41 Skype (Microsoft)
  • 7.42 Telegram
  • 7.43 Ribbon Communications
  • 7.44 REVE Systems
  • 7.45 Hulu
  • 7.46 Netflix
  • 7.47 Dish
  • 7.48 Sky Go
  • 7.49 Roku
  • 7.50 Sony
  • 7.51 Fubo TV
  • 7.52 Philo TV
  • 7.53 ClipBucket
  • 7.54 Muvi
  • 7.55 Contus Vplay
  • 7.56 Quickplay
  • 7.57 Vplayed
  • 7.58 Ooyala
  • 7.59 Vidmind
  • 7.60 Mobiotics
  • 7.61 Nokia Networks
  • 7.62 Samsung Electronics
  • 7.63 Cisco Systems
  • 7.64 LG Electronics
  • 7.65 Huawei Technologies
  • 7.66 Ericsson
  • 7.67 FirstNet
  • 7.68 Qualcomm
  • 7.69 Intel Corporation
  • 7.70 NEC Corporation
  • 7.71 ZTE Corporation
  • 7.72 Ciena Corporation
  • 7.73 Cavium Inc.
  • 7.74 Qorvo Inc.
  • 7.75 Fujitsu Ltd.
  • 7.76 Broadcom Corporation
  • 7.77 HPE
  • 7.78 VMware Inc.
  • 7.79 MediaTek Inc.
  • 7.80 Juniper Network Inc.
  • 7.81 Analog Devices Inc.
  • 7.82 MACOM Technology
  • 7.83 Motorola
  • 7.84 Ascom
  • 7.85 Harris
  • 7.86 Hytera
  • 7.87 Cobham Wireless
  • 7.88 Leonardo
  • 7.89 Mentura Group
  • 7.90 Inmarsat
  • 7.91 Zenitel
  • 7.92 HTC
  • 7.93 Airspan
  • 7.94 Alvarion
  • 7.95 Sierra Wireless (Accel Networks)
  • 7.96 Coolpad Dyno
  • 7.97 Mobvoi
  • 7.98 Fitbit (Google)
  • 7.99 Misfit
  • 7.100 Asus
  • 7.101 Netgear
  • 7.102 Zyxel
  • 7.103 Alibaba
  • 7.104 D-Link
  • 7.105 UbiFi
  • 7.106 Altair Semiconductor
  • 7.107 SimNet Wireless
  • 7.108 Siretta
  • 7.109 Cradlepoint
  • 7.110 Telit Communications
  • 7.111 Keysight Technologies
  • 7.112 Rohde # Schwarz
  • 7.113 Gemalto
  • 7.114 Netcracker (NEC)
  • 7.115 Texim Europe
  • 7.116 M2M Connectivity
  • 7.117 Eurotech
  • 7.118 RedLinX
  • 7.119 MYCOM OSI
  • 7.120 Colt
  • 7.121 ADLINK Technology Inc.
  • 7.122 Affirmed Networks
  • 7.123 Cloudify
  • 7.124 EdgeConnex
  • 7.125 Edgeworx
  • 7.126 InterDigital Inc.
  • 7.127 Mimic Technology
  • 7.128 MobiledgeX
  • 7.129 Ori
  • 7.130 Pixeom
  • 7.131 Pluribus Networks
  • 7.132 Quortus
  • 7.133 Saguna Networks
  • 7.134 SpiderCloud Wireless
  • 7.135 Vapor IO
  • 7.136 Vasona Networks (ZephyrTel)

8.0 Private Wireless Market Analysis and Forecasts 2021 - 2026

  • 8.1.1 Mobile Edge Computing / Multi Access Edge Computing 2021 - 2026
  • 8.1.2 LTE and 5G in Enterprise and Industrial Private Wireless Networks 2021 - 2026
  • 8.1.3 5G New Radio Market 2021 - 2026
  • 8.1.4 LTE in Private Government Networks 2021 - 2026

9.0 Conclusions and Recommendations

  • 9.1 Private Business Network Expectations
    • 9.1.1 Expectations for the Enterprise Segment
    • 9.1.2 Expectations for the Industrial Segment
  • 9.2 Private Government Network Expectations

10.0 Appendix: 5G in Indoor Wireless Applications

  • 10.1 Aggregate 5G Indoor Wireless Service Market
  • 10.2 Global Indoor 5G by Service Provider 2021 - 2026
    • 10.2.1 Carrier Provided Indoor 5G Market 2021 - 2026
    • 10.2.2 Enterprise Indoor 5G Application Market 2021 - 2026
    • 10.2.3 Industrial Indoor 5G Application Market 2021 - 2026
    • 10.2.4 Government Indoor 5G Application Market 2021 - 2026
    • 10.2.5 5G In-building Wireless by Cellular and IaaS 2021 - 2026
    • 10.2.6 5G In-Building Wireless Connectivity Type 2021 - 2026
    • 10.2.7 LPWAN Connectivity 2021 - 2026
  • 10.3 5G Indoor Wireless Network Deployment 2021 - 2026
    • 10.3.1 5G Indoor Wireless Deployment by Location 2021 - 2026
    • 10.3.2 5G Indoor Wireless by Industry Vertical 2021 - 2026
    • 10.3.3 5G Fixed Wireless to Indoor WiFi Service Market 2021 - 2026
    • 10.3.4 5G Indoor Smart City Market 2021 - 2026
    • 10.3.5 Mobile Edge Computing Supported 5G Indoor Wireless 2021 - 2026
    • 10.3.6 Computing as a Service in Indoor Wireless 2021 - 2026
    • 10.3.7 5G Critical Communications in Indoor Wireless 2021 - 2026
    • 10.3.8 5G In-Building Security Market 2021 - 2026

Figures

  • Figure 1: Edge Computing to Ensure 5G Throughput and Minimize Latency
  • Figure 2: 5G Accelerates the Trend towards Private Wireless Networks
  • Figure 3: Mobile Edge Computing in Enterprise and Industrial
  • Figure 4: 5G NR Access Network Architecture
  • Figure 5: 5G NR Requirements
  • Figure 6: 5G Network Slicing Service Category Support
  • Figure 7: Mobile Edge Computing by Component 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 8: Mobile Edge Computing by Server Type 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 9: Mobile Edge Computing Platforms by Category 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 10: Mobile Edge Computing Software and APIs by Solution 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 11: Mobile Edge Computing by Services Type 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 12: Mobile Edge Computing by Network Type 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 13: Mobile Edge Computing by Technology 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 14: Mobile Edge Computing by Analytics Type 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 15: Mobile Edge Computing by Application 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 16: Mobile Edge Computing by Industry Segment 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 17: Mobile Edge Computing by Industry Vertical 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 18: Global Standardized 5G NR Infrastructure 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 19: Global 5G Core Network Infrastructure 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 20: Public Safety LTE Revenue 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 21: Public Safety LTE Subscriptions 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 22: Public Safety LTE by Segment 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 23: Public Safety LTE by Industry Segment 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 24: Public Safety LTE Network Infrastructure Sales 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 25: Public Safety LTE Management and Integration Solutions 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 26: Public Safety LTE Device Shipments 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 27: Public Safety LTE Managed Devices 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 28: Public Safety LTE Management and Integration Solutions 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 29: Public Safety LTE Network Integration and Testing 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 30: Public Safety LTE Device Management and User Services 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 31: Public Safety LTE Managed Services, Ops and Maintenance 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 32: Public Safety LTE Cybersecurity 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 33: Public Safety LTE Layers 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 34: Public Safety LTE Core Network 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 35: Public Safety LTE Transport Backhaul 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 36: Public Safety LTE Radio Access Network 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 37: Public Safety LTE Public Safety LTE Devices 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 38: Public Safety LTE Apps 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 39: Public Safety LTE Devices 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 40: Public Safety LTE Handheld Devices 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 41: Public Safety LTE Wearable Devices 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 42: Public Safety LTE Large Screen Portable Devices 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 43: Public Safety LTE Vehicle Mounted Router and Terminals 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 44: Public Safety LTE Embedded IoT Modules 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 45: Public Safety LTE Applications 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 46: Public Safety LTE Mission-Critical HD Voice and Group Communications 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 47: Public Safety LTE Video & High-Resolution Imagery 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 48: Public Safety LTE Messaging & Presence Services 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 49: Public Safety LTE Secure & Seamless Mobile Broadband Access 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 50: Public Safety LTE Location Services & Mapping 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 51: Public Safety LTE Command and Control 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 52: Public Safety LTE Telemetry, Control and Remote Diagnostics 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 53: Public Safety LTE Augmented Reality Public Safety Solutions 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 54: Public Safety LTE Video and High-Resolution Imagery 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 55: Public Safety LTE Mobile Video & Imagery Transmission 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 56: Public Safety LTE Stationary Video Surveillance 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 57: Public Safety LTE Secure and Seamless Mobile Broadband Access 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 58: Public Safety LTE Web Access, Email and Conventional Data Services 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 59: Public Safety LTE Bandwidth-Intensive and Latency-Sensitive Field Applications 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 60: Public Safety LTE Bulk Multimedia and Data Transfers 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 61: Public Safety LTE Seamless Roaming and Mobile VPN Access 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 62: Public Safety LTE Command and Control 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 63: Public Safety LTE Computer Aided Dispatch 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 64: Public Safety LTE Situational Awareness and Predictive Policing 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 65: Public Safety LTE Regional Revenues 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 66: Private Wireless Ecosystem Players
  • Figure 67: Global 5G Indoor Wireless Service Market 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 68: Global 5G Fixed Wireless to Indoor WiFi Service Market 5G 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 69: Global 5G Indoor Wireless Service Market in Smart Cities 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 70: Global MEC Driven 5G Indoor Wireless Service Market 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 71: Global Computing as a Service Market in 5G Indoor Wireless 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 72: Global Critical Communication Market in 5G Indoor Wireless 2021 - 2026
  • Figure 73: Global In-Building Security Solution Market in 5G Indoor Wireless 2021 - 2026

Tables

  • Table 1: Mobile Edge Computing Market by Components 2021 - 2026
  • Table 2: Mobile Edge Computing Market by Category 2021 - 2026
  • Table 3: Mobile Edge Computing Equipment Market by Category 2021 - 2026
  • Table 4: Mobile Edge Computing Platform Market by Category 2021 - 2026
  • Table 5: Mobile Edge Computing Software and API Market by Solution 2021 - 2026
  • Table 6: Mobile Edge Computing as a Service Market by Solution Type 2021 - 2026
  • Table 7: Mobile Edge Computing Users by Supporting Network 2021 - 2026
  • Table 8: Mobile Edge Computing Market by Technology 2021 - 2026
  • Table 9: Mobile Edge Computing Market by Analytics Type 2021 - 2026
  • Table 10: Mobile Edge Computing Market by Applications 2021 - 2026
  • Table 11: Mobile Edge Computing by Market Segment 2021 - 2026
  • Table 12: Mobile Edge Computing Market by Industry Vertical 2021 - 2026
  • Table 13: Global MNO LTE and 5G Service Market Public vs. Private 2021 - 2026
  • Table 14: Global MNO Private LTE and 5G by Deployment Type 2021 - 2026
  • Table 15: Global OTT Services for LTE and 5G Public vs. Private 2021 - 2026
  • Table 16: Global OTT Services for Private LTE and 5G by Deployment 2021 - 2026
  • Table 17: Global Enterprise LTE and 5G Services Public vs. Private 2021 - 2026
  • Table 18: Global Enterprise Private LTE and 5G by Deployment 2021 - 2026
  • Table 19: Global Industrial LTE and 5G Public vs. Private 2021 - 2026
  • Table 20: Global Industrial Private LTE and 5G by Deployment Type 2021 - 2026
  • Table 21: Global Standardized 5G NR Infrastructure by Component 2021 - 2026
  • Table 22: Global Standardized 5G NR Infrastructure by Industry Vertical 2021 - 2026
  • Table 23: Public Safety LTE Revenue 2021 - 2026
  • Table 24: Public Safety LTE Subscriptions 2021 - 2026
  • Table 25: Public Safety LTE by Segment 2021 - 2026
  • Table 26: Public Safety LTE by Industry Segment 2021 - 2026
  • Table 27: Public Safety LTE Management and Integration Solutions 2021 - 2026
  • Table 28: Public Safety LTE Layers 2021 - 2026
  • Table 29: Public Safety LTE Devices 2021 - 2026
  • Table 30: Public Safety LTE Applications 2021 - 2026
  • Table 31: Public Safety LTE Video and High-Resolution Imagery 2021 - 2026
  • Table 32: Public Safety LTE Secure and Seamless Mobile Broadband Access 2021 - 2026
  • Table 33: Public Safety LTE Command and Control 2021 - 2026
  • Table 34: Public Safety LTE Regional Revenues 2021 - 2026
  • Table 35: Global 5G Indoor Wireless Service Market by Service Provider 2021 - 2026
  • Table 36: Global Carrier/MNO Provided 5G Indoor Wireless Service Market 2021 - 2026
  • Table 37: Global Carrier/MNO Provided 5G Indoor Wireless Service Market by Enterprise Application 2021 - 2026
  • Table 38: Global Carrier/MNO Provided 5G Indoor Wireless Service Market by Industrial Application 2021 - 2026
  • Table 39: Global Carrier/MNO Provided 5G Indoor Wireless Market by Government Application 2021 - 2026
  • Table 40: Global IBW Provided 5G Indoor Wireless Market by Application 2021 - 2026
  • Table 41: Global IBW Provided 5G Indoor Wireless Market by In-Building Connectivity 2021 - 2026
  • Table 42: Global IBW Provided 5G Indoor Wireless Market by LPWAN Connectivity 2021 - 2026
  • Table 43: Global 5G Indoor Wireless Market by Network Deployment 2021 - 2026
  • Table 44: Global 5G Indoor Wireless Market by Deployment Location 2021 - 2026
  • Table 45: Global 5G Indoor Wireless Market by Industry Vertical 2021 - 2026
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