Identify the market trends in the deployment of key technologies for indoor and outdoor cellular infrastructure in the 5G era.
Define strategy for the deployment of indoor and outdoor mobile network infrastructure in the traditional Radio Access Network (RAN) and Open RAN.
Understand Massive MIMO implications and where the largest share of revenue will come from.
Understand the impact of different protocols such as CBRS and 5G NR-U in the deployment of indoor small cells in the consumer and enterprise markets.
Critical Questions Answered
What is the market forecast for massive MIMO globally and across different regions for both traditional RAN and open RAN?
What is the impact of the acceleration and rapid adoption of 5G in regions such as Asia pacific on the overall outlook of the mobile network infrastructure?
What is the forecast from 2020 to 2026 in the indoor wireless infrastructure for both Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) and small cells?
What is the general outlook of the market forecast for the traditional RAN and open RAN from 2020 to 2026?
What is the market trend in the deployment of non-massive MIMO and massive MIMO radios in both the traditional RAN and Open RAN?
What is the general outlook in the deployment of legacy technologies 2G/3G/4G across the different regions?
This market data integrates mobile network infrastructure for the traditional RAN and open RAN to help our clients to assess market opportunities in the deployment of indoor and outdoor infrastructure in the two market segments.
The outdoor wireless infrastructure market forecast consists of macro basebands and virtualized basebands for the traditional RAN along with non-massive MIMO radios, massive MIMO radios, and small cells for the two market segments traditional and open RAN across North America, Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America and Rest of World.
The indoor wireless infrastructure market tracker encompasses DAS and small cells across North America, Asia Pacific, Europe, and Rest of World. The enterprise small cell incorporates the forecast for traditional RAN and open RAN.
Indoor small cells are categorized by access protocol including LAA, MulteFire, CBRS, LSA, 5G NR-U, licensed and locally assigned spectrum.
Who Should Read This?
Decision-makers and strategic planners within the mobile service provider, equipment vendor, mobile tower company, connected real-estate and system integrator communities.
Enterprise verticals who are ready to adopt carrier-grade cellular technologies using in-building wireless infrastructure for industrial digitization, factory automation, and a variety of other enterprise use cases.
New equipment infrastructure vendors active in the Open RAN market.
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