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Wireless Network Infrastructure Ecosystem Benefits from Rising Investments in Heterogeneous Mobile Operator Networks

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Published on : Feb 28, 2018

ALBANY, New York, Feb 28, 2018: The report, titled “The Wireless Network Infrastructure Ecosystem: 2017 - 2030 - Macrocell RAN, Small Cells, C-RAN, RRH, DAS, Carrier Wi-Fi, Mobile Core, Backhaul & Fronthaul,” provides valuable insights about crucial aspects in the wireless network infrastructure ecosystem that makes for an interesting publication for the audience of the report. It looks into demand drivers, growth trends, opportunities, and technological advancements that will impact the growth trajectory of the said market for the forecast period between 2017 and 2030. Investment trends, industry value chain, mobile operator’s revenue potential, and network rollout strategies are some other key aspects that have been looked into in the report. 

The report provides an updated coverage of market dynamics using which market stakeholders can obtain a know-how of opportunities and challenges pertaining to mobile communication services. Furthermore, it examines demand supply dynamics pertaining to wireless network infrastructure ecosystem, which includes investment trends, technological requisites, and deployment strategies. Apart from this, an analysis of traffic projections, subscriptions, mobile operator CapEx commitments, and service revenue by technology for each region are highlights of this report. 

The report begins with a detailed examination of the current state of wireless network infrastructure ecosystem providing a detailed assessment of past performance to present the future outlook. On the basis of technology, the report segregates the wireless network infrastructure ecosystem into 2G & 3G, 5G NR, WiMax, TD-LTE, and FDD LTE.

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Wireless network infrastructure is conventionally associated with macrocell radio access (RAN) and mobile core components of mobile operator networks. The escalating investments from mobile operators for heterogeneous networks such as distributed antenna systems, small cells, and carrier Wi-Fi is leading to the expanding scope of wireless network infrastructure. In addition, mobile operators are striving to adopt centralized RAN (C-RAN) framework, wherein baseband feature is made central to be shared across an array of distributed radio nodes. Centralized radio access network provides significant performance related advantages, including resource pooling, multi-cell coordination, network extensibility, and energy efficiency that are undetected in standalone bundle of base stations.

As per the report’s findings, the global market for wireless network infrastructure will expand at a meager 2% CAGR over the 2017-2020 forecast timeframe, for the market to become worth US$56 bn by 2020 from US$53 bn in 2017.

The report examines the wireless network infrastructure market from a competitive perspective as well. Key companies operating in the wireless network infrastructure ecosystem include 3Roam, 4RF, 6WIND, ABB, Accelink Technologies Corporation, Accuris Networks, Ace Technologies Corporation, ACOME, Actelis Networks, Actus Networks, ADB, ADLINK Technology, ADTRAN, Advantech, Affarii Technologies, Airgrain, Air-Lynx, Airspan Networks, Allied Data Technologies, Alpha Technologies, Anokiwave, Allot Communications, Altiostar Networks, Alphabet, Amdocs, Alvarion Technologies, American Tower Corporation, , APRESIA Systems, Bharti Airtel Group, Blu Wireless Technology, BluWan, BridgeWave Communications, BSG Wireless, Cadence Design Systems, Cambridge Consultants, Carnegie Technologies, Cavium, CCN, D-Link Corporation, DT, Eahison Communication, E-Band Communications, Eoptolink Technology, FastBack Networks, FibroLan, Firetide, Foshan Andeson Communcation Equipment, Fujian Helios Technologies, Furuno Electric, Gemtek Technology, GenXComm, GIKO GROUP, Google, Handlink Technologies, Harris Corporation, HCL Technologies, Hitachi, HUBER+SUHNER, IDT, Infineon Technologies, Intracom Telecom, Juniper Networks, LGS Innovations, LightPointe Communications, Linksys, Maxim Integrated, Microsemi Corporation, and Nash Technologies among others.

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