Wireless Network Infrastructure Market to Post 2% CAGR to 2020, States SNS Telecom in Its Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
29 Nov 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The scope of the term ‘wireless network infrastructure’ is expanding as phone carriers boost their investments in HetNet (heterogeneous network) infrastructure like carrier Wi-Fi, small cells and DASs (distributed antenna systems) to overcome surging capacity and coverage needs.
Additionally, phone carriers have incentives to shift toward a C-RAN (cloud RAN) architecture, which centralises baseband functionality to be shared across a sheer number of distributed radio access nodes. As against standalone clusters of base stations, C-RAN provides huge economic and performance benefits like resource pooling, network extensibility, multi-cell coordination and energy conservancy.
Notwithstanding a fast-paced and consistent decline in stand-alone macrocell RAN infrastructure expenditure, the market for wireless network infrastructure is poised to gain traction at a 2% CAGR through to 2020. Propelled by prospective investments in HetNet infrastructure and 5G New Radio (NR) deployments, the market is anticipated to gain traction from USD 53 billion in 2017 to be estimated at USD 56 billion in annual expenditure by end-2020.
New publication “The Wireless Network Infrastructure Ecosystem” drawn up by SNS Telecom offers an all-round, extensive assessment of the market from a global perspective.
The report sheds light on the enabling technologies, prevalent trends, market growth drivers and challenges, investment trends, cellular carrier revenue potential, CapEx commitments across regions, strategies for network deployments, value chain, future outlook. The research study provides detailed profiles of the leading market players and provides market shares of vendors. The research provides detailed forecasts for wireless network infrastructure investments through to 2030, covering 11 submarkets and 6 regions.
More new research reports by the publisher can be found at SNS Telecom page.