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Impact of Huawei Restrictions on 5G Markets

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Actionable Benefits

  • Assist CSPs to develop an optimal response to potential vendor restrictions.
  • Provide an overview of current vendor restrictions by continental region & country.
  • Help new infrastructure vendors to grasp the opportunity that arises for them from Huawei & ZTE restrictions.

Critical Questions Answered

  • What are the impacts of vendor restrictions on 5G standardization and rollout?
  • What effect will the Huawei trading restrictions have on global supply chains and the U.S. American semiconductor industry?
  • How will these restrictions affect ORAN adoption?
  • How will vendor restrictions influence economic market dynamics (price pressure & competition)? 

Research Highlights

  • Comprehensive picture of the status quo on vendor restrictions.
  • Detailed Analysis of supply & value chain for 5G deployments.
  • Economic Impact analysis of imperfect competition, induced by vendor restrictions.

Who Should Read This?

  • Decision-makers within governments and regulatory bodies who are responsible for decisions on vendor restrictions.
  • Leading strategists for CSPs that develop long-term business strategies.
  • Senior decision makers within infrastructure vendors seeing their optimal response to vendor restrictions. 

Table of Contents

1. INTRODUCTION

2. MOTIVATIONS BEHIND THE RESTRCTIONS

2.1. Technology Concerns
2.2. Increasing Geopolitical Tensions

3. TYPES OF VENDOR RESTRICTIONS

3.1. Restrictions on Network Deployments
3.2. Restricting Access to Supply Chains

4. GLOBAL OVERVIEW OF RESTRICTIVE LEGISLATION

4.1. North America and Latin America
4.2. Europe
4.3. Asia-Pacific
4.4. Middle East & Africa

5. IMPLICATIONS OF GOVERNMENTAL DECISIONS TO RESTRICT VENDORS FROM 5G DEPLOYMENTS

5.1. Technology and Standardization Implications
5.2. Direct Implications for Countries Deciding for Restrictions

6. RECOMMENDATIONS

6.1. Communication Service Providers
6.2. Infrastructure Vendors
6.3. Regulators and Public Authorities

7. CONCLUDING REMARKS