5G-based FWA Market to Register 84% CAGR through 2025, States SNS Telecom in Its Topical Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
05 Sep 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Fixed wireless access (FWA) has turned out to be one of the most prevalent use cases for early roll-outs of 5G wireless networks. Manifold cellular carriers and service providers are primarily striving to capitalise on 5G as a fixed wireless option to provide last-mile connectivity – at speeds in the multihundred megabit and gigabit ranges – in areas with deficient fiber holdings.
The earliest standardised deployments of 5G-based FWA are poised to be commercialised in 2019. Primarily driven by early commercial roll-outs by Verizon Communications and AT&T in the USA, service revenue related to 5G-based FWA subscriptions will likely reach USD 1 billion by 2019-end. The market is further projected to gain traction at around 84% CAGR through to 2025, ultimately surpassing the USD 40 billion mark.
Comprehensive research report “5G for FWA (Fixed Wireless Access): 2017 – 2030 – Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies & Forecasts” drawn up by SNS Telecom presents an in-depth, unbiased assessment of the emerging 5G-based FWA universe.
The research gives an overview of 5G, covering high-level architecture of 5G networks, 5G performance requirements, target application fields, key enabling technologies, segment specific drivers & barriers as well as challenges. The research study revenue prospects, deployment commitments of service providers, business case studies of FWA deployments, and frequency availability/allocation, etc. The publication includes an analysis of the 80 major vendors, covering their profiles and key strategies. The study also presents granular forecasts for standardised 5G infrastructure, standardised 5G-based FWA user equipment, 5G-based FWA investments, 5G-based FWA operator services. Detailed strategic recommendations are also included in the study.
More comprehensive market research reports by the publisher are available at SNS Telecom page.