Published on : Oct 25, 2016
ALBANY, NY, Oct 25, 2016: The report is titled, “The SON (Self-Organizing Networks) Ecosystem: 2016–2030 - Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies & Forecasts.” The report presents a comprehensive overview of the historical growth trajectory of the market for self-organizing networks in the IT industry, its present scenario, and the future growth prospects.
The report states that amidst the rising demand for broadband connectivity, the mobile operators and network providers are focusing on capitalizing on self-organizing networks to reduce rollout delays. It is expected that self-organizing networks will help in reducing the operational expenses associated with small cell deployments and the ongoing long-term evolution (LTE) networks.
Originally, self-organizing networks were developed for the radio access network (RAN) segment of mobile networks. However, at present, this technology is being utilized in segments such as transport network and mobile core as well. Additionally, Wi-Fi access point original equipment manufacturers are aiming at integrating self-organizing network features such as active defense against unauthorized access, self-healing, independent performance optimization, and plug and play deployment.
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The study further states that the revenue of the self-organizing networks market is likely to cross US$5 bn by 2020 in spite of challenges being faced by vendors regarding multi-vendor interoperability and complexities in implementation. Moreover, the self-organizing network is significantly witnessing convergence with various other technological advancements such as deep packet inspection (DPI), predictive analysis, and Big Data.
The study offers an analysis of the dynamics that are likely to drive or inhibit the deployment of self-organizing networks over the forecast period of 2016-2030. To offer a clear understanding of the market, the report provides an outlook of the competitive rivalry between the companies operating in the self-organizing network market in the IT industry. It also provides information on the degree of barriers to entry and exit in the market for self-organizing network. The key strategies, product portfolio, and share of the leading players has also been highlighted in the report.
According to the report, self-organizing network technology helps in minimizing the lifetime cost of operating a mobile network. During installation, self-operating networks eliminate the manual configuration of the equipment by troubleshooting and dynamically optimizing performance at the time of operation. This is expected to significantly reduce the cost incurred by operators, thus improving the operational expenditure to revenue ratio.
The report also delves into the different SON standardizations such as next generation mobile networks alliance (NGNM), third generation partnership project (3GPP), Small Cell Forum, wireless broadband alliance (WBA), and CableLabs. Some of the leading companies providing self-organizing networks are Accedian Networks, Accelleran, Accuver, AirHop Communications, Baicells, Belkin International, Cavium, CellMining, D-Link Corporation, Equiendo, GoNet Systems, Guavas, Opera Software, Star Solutions, Tecore, and ZTE.
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