U.S. Health Care Industry CBRS Nodes Forecast, 2019-2024: Private, Neutral Host & MNO Controlled
Earlier in 2020, iGR published a forecast of CBRS nodes deployed into U.S. health care buildings. This new report looks at those CBRS nodes and then splits those CBRS nodes into three types with a five-year forecast for each:
- Completely private: Does not connect to an MNO
- Prime tenant: Not private; one MNO builds, operates, maintains the network
- Neutral host: Not private; at least two carriers connect to the network
Note that “private” in this context only refers to the RAN, not to the various (cloud) apps that will of course run on that RAN.
iGR created this forecast by relying on data gathered and published by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Commercial Building Energy Consumption Survey (CBECS) dataset regarding, among other things, the number, type and size of commercial buildings in the U.S. This report takes that forecast and applies the number of CBRS nodes to the number of establishments in U.S. health care industry sector as defined by the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS).
Key Questions Answered
- What are inpatient and outpatient health care buildings? What applications and services are enabled in a smart/connected health care building?
- What are in-patient and out-patient health care establishments?
- What is CBRS?
- How does CBRS impact health care establishments?
- What is private LTE?
- What are the three main types of private LTE networks that use CBRS?
- How many CBRS nodes will be neutral host?
- How many CBRS nodes will be completely private?
- How many CBRS nodes will be connected to MNO public networks?
- How many CBRS nodes will be deployed in health care establishments between 2019 and 2024?
Who Should Read
- Mobile operators, particularly those servicing the U.S. market
- Mobile backhaul providers, including telcos and cable MSOs
- Wired and wireless backhaul vendors and solution providers
- Mobile OEMs, particularly those servicing the U.S. market
- Wired and wireless infrastructure vendors, particularly those servicing the U.S. market
- Financial and investment analysts.
Table of Contents
- Executive Summary
- What This Means
- The U.S. Health Care Industry Sector
- Building Categories
- U.S. Industry Sectors
- Use of wireless and cellular in Health Care
- What is required for Connected Health Care?
- Health Care Case Studies
- Technologies Behind Connected Health Care
- 5G New Radio
- Massive IoT
- 5G Services and Use Cases
- Private LTE
- What is needed for Private LTE
- Drivers of Private LTE
- Business Models
- Benefits of PLTE
- Cons of PLTE
- Types of PLTE Networks
- CBRS Nodes by Health Care Sector Establishments
- About iGR
List of Tables
- Table A: CBRS Nodes Deployed in U.S. Health Care Establishments, 2019-2024
- Table 1: Health Care and Social Assistance, SUSB
- Table 2: Types of Networks
- Table 3: CBRS Nodes Deployed in U.S. Health Care Buildings, 2019-2024
- Table 4: Ambulatory Health Care Services (Out-patient), # Estab. per Firm
- Table 5: Total In-Patient Establishment CBRS Nodes by Type, 2019-2024
- Table 6: Total Out-Patient Establishment CBRS Nodes by Type, 2019-2024
- Definitions Table
List of Charts and Figures
- Figure A: CBRS Nodes Deployed in U.S. Health Care Establishments, 2019-2024
- Figure 1: Why go private?
- Figure 2: CBRS Nodes Deployed in U.S. Health Care Buildings, 2019-2024
- Figure 3: Total In-Patient Establishment CBRS Nodes by Type, 2019-2024
- Figure 4: Total Out-Patient Establishment CBRS Nodes by Type, 2019-2024
For additional information on the U.S. Health Care Industry CBRS Nodes Forecast, 2019-2024 market study, please contact Iain Gillott, at (512) 263-5682 or by email.