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Wireless & Mobile Landscape

Global Mobile Network Infrastructure Spending, 2018-2028 Package

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Pages: 88, 88 and 89

The first 5G networks have now been launched in the U.S., while in Europe many trials are underway and in the Asia Pacific region, especially in China, South Korea and Japan, mobile operators are also pushing hard to trial and deploy 5G.

However, 5G network deployment will not be complete in a year or two in any of these global regions, but will instead take many years to fully deploy. As a result, LTE will continue to carry the majority of mobile data traffic for the next few years.

This package presents a forecast for the cost of building, deploying and operating LTE and 5G networks in the U.S., Europe and Asia Pacific regions beginning in 2018 and continuing through 2028. The build forecast is further detailed by mobile network component (RAN, front/backhaul, and core) and generation (3G/4G and 5G). In addition to the forecasts, the market studies provide detailed information on evolving mobile network architectures, 5G networks, and how the mobile operators in the U.S., Europe and Asia Pacific are progressing towards 5G.

The following three market studies are included in this package:


The three market studies are included in this package at a discounted price. Alternatively, the market studies can be purchased individually by going directly to the pages for each market study using the above links.



Key Questions Answered

  • How will the amount of data traffic carried on LTE and 5G networks grow in the U.S., Europe and Asia Pacific in the next ten years?
  • How big is the LTE and 5G infrastructure opportunity in the U.S., Europe and Asia Pacific in the next ten years?
  • How fast will 5G network spending grow in the next ten years in the U.S., Europe and Asia Pacific?
  • What is the share of infrastructure spending for the network components of RAN, fronthaul/backhaul, and core in the next ten years?
  • What is the share of infrastructure spending for LTE and 5G in the next ten years?
  • What are the expected mobile network operating costs in the next ten years?
  • What are the various 3GPP standards leading up to 5G and what are they likely to contain?
  • What is 5G? How is it defined and/or viewed right now? What are the key capabilities for 5G networks?
  • What are some of the goals and use cases for 5G?
  • How will mobile operators in the U.S., Europe and Asia Pacific migrate from their 4G LTE networks of today to tomorrow’s 5G networks?
  • What have the major mobile operators in the U.S., Europe and Asia Pacific done to trial and prepare for 5G? When did they launch/will they launch their initial 5G networks?
  • What is Non-standalone New Radio (NSA-NR)? How do MIMO and beam steering impact 5G networks?

Who Should Read

  • Mobile operators
  • Infrastructure OEMs
  • Small cell product and solution vendors
  • Edge computing solution providers
  • Backhaul service providers and equipment OEMs
  • Financial analysts and investors.

Table of Contents

  • Please refer to the table of contents on each market study’s page using the above links.

List of Tables

  • Please refer to the table of contents on each market study’s page using the above links.

List of Charts and Figures

  • Please refer to the table of contents on each market study’s page using the above links.


For additional information on the Global Mobile Network Infrastructure Spending, 2018-2028 Package, please contact Iain Gillott, at (512) 263-5682 or by email.