5G Subscriptions to Reach 500 Mln Worldwide, States Bishop & Associates in Its Topical Study Published at MarketPublishers.com
28 Nov 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The number of mobile Internet users is currently growing at a rapid pace, with 1 million new users being added to the network every day. Whilst the wireless network continues to support 2G and 3G, 4G is projected to be the major access technology globally by 2018. By 2022-end, the forecast number of 5G subscriptions will reach 500 million worldwide.
To back up this growth, the whole mobile network infrastructure needs to be upgraded. Small cell, DAS, very large MIMO, and C-RAN technologies are set to play a part in the access, and metro and core will get increasingly digitised and packetised.
The wireless infrastructure marketplace is gathering pace. Along with maintaining their 2G and 3G networks, phone carriers are also engaged in upgrading as much of them as they are able to LTE and LTE-A currently and 5G in the offing. Thus, completely novel types of equipment start to emerge in the market.
What wireless network infrastructure equipment is set to dominate during the expected evolution? What types of connectors will likely be required to underpin this growth and which firms are aligning themselves for this swift growth?
All these questions are discussed in the study “World Market for Connectors Used in Mobile Infrastructure Equipment 2017 to 2022” drawn up by Bishop & Associates.
The report provides details about the connectors utilised in telecom network equipment that supports mobile communication solutions. The research study aims at highlighting likely new business opportunities for manufacturers of connectors. It discusses the different technologies used in mobile infrastructure systems, the pertinent equipment and the connectivity products required to support all of them. Furthermore, the report provides forecast numbers based on equipment and product type.
More topical research report by the publisher can be found at Bishop & Associates page.