◆英語タイトル:5G Technology Market and Its Impact on Communication and IoT Market (R&D Spending and Trial Investments, Technology Requirements, Future Roadmap, Spectrum Consideration, Key Strategies, Regulatory Landscape, and Application Trends & Geographical Analysis)
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The 5G technology is expected to get deployed by 2020. The total number of subscriptions for 5G technology is expected to reach 89.0 Million by 2022. The continuous increase in the number of IoT-connected devices is an opportunity for the 5G technology. To provide high bandwidth to several use cases, the 5G technology is expected to operate at higher frequency bands, leading to the adoption of small cells network concept. However, the multi-cell interference is one of the challenges in ultra-dense small-cell network, which the 5G infrastructure is still dealing with.
This report covers the 5G technology market and its impact on communication and Internet of Things (IoT) market on the basis of applications and geography. The deployment of 5G would bring new network capabilities and use cases. With increased network capacity of up to 1,000 times more than its predecessor technology would open new service capabilities for the applications such as autonomous driving, ultra-high-definition and 4K video streaming. More reliable M2M communication traffic would increase in industries such as automotive, industrial automation as well as in smart cities. The enhanced mobile broadband would address high volume of devices with large data payloads. New use cases for 4K video are going beyond consumption for entertainment purposes, with services such as video medical consultations and advanced gaming among others. The installed base of these devices is expected to continue to grow, and an increased volume of 4K content would be seen across wireless networks.

The countries that are expected to be the early adopters of 5G technology are the U.S., Japan, South Korea, and China. In North America, the U.S. is leading the race in the advancements in mobile technologies, ranging from analog to 4G and now in the 5G technology. The U.S. remains a strong player in the vision and R&D of 5G by ensuring it meets the requirements of the North America’s marketplace. Government and private investments in R&D for 5G has been significantly increasing since 2010 to ensure the deployment of 5G technology by 2020. The U.S.-based carriers such as AT&T and Verizon have announced trials and early deployments of 5G technologies, thereby demonstrating a commitment to 5G leadership.

The continuous increase in the number of IoT-connected devices is an opportunity for the 5G technology. To provide high bandwidth to several use cases, the 5G technology is expected to operate at higher frequency bands, leading to the adoption of small cells network concept. However, the multi-cell interference is one of the challenges in ultra-dense small-cell network, which the 5G infrastructure is still dealing with.

The key players in the 5G technology market include Cisco (U.S.), Ericsson (Sweden), SK Telecom (South Korea), Korea Telecom (South Korea), Nokia Networks (Finland), Samsung (South Korea), Qualcomm (U.S.), Intel (U.S.), NEC Corporation (Japan), Huawei (China), Verizon (U.S.), AT&T (U.S.), T-Mobile USA, Inc., LG (South Korea), and China Mobile (China).

These players adopted various strategies such as mergers, acquisitions, expansions, investments, alliances, partnerships, joint ventures, agreements, collaborations, and contracts to achieve growth in the market.


1 Introduction (Page No. – 15)
1.1 Objectives of the Study
1.2 Market Definition
1.3 Study Scope
1.3.1 Markets Covered
1.3.2 Years Considered for the Study
1.4 Currency
1.5 Stakeholders

2 Research Methodology (Page No. – 18)
2.1 Research Data
2.1.1 Secondary Data Key Data From Secondary Sources
2.1.2 Primary Data Key Data From Primary Sources Key Industry Insights Breakdown of Primaries
2.2 Data Analysis & Triangulation
2.3 Research Assumptions

3 Executive Summary (Page No. – 25)

4 Premium Insights (Page No. – 29)
4.1 Market Penetration of Mobile Cellular Technologies
4.2 5G Technology R&D Spending and Trail Investments
4.3 Internet of Things (IoT) and 5G Technology

5 Market Overview (Page No. – 35)
5.1 Introduction
5.2 5G Technology Requirements
5.2.1 Availability and Coverage
5.2.2 Connection Density
5.2.3 Reduction in Network Energy USAge
5.2.4 Cost Efficiency
5.2.5 Improved Battery Life
5.2.6 Low Latency
5.2.7 Improved Flexibility and Versatility
5.2.8 Massive Mimo
5.2.9 Millimeter Wave Technology
5.3 5G Roadmap and Timeline
5.4 Market Dynamics
5.4.1 Drivers Significant Growth in the Mobile Data Traffic Volume Growth of Machine to Machine Communication in Organizations Rising Demand for High-Speed and Large Network Coverage Increasing Demand for Broadband Services Over Mobile Networks
5.4.2 Challenges Technological Challenges Inter-Cell Interference
5.4.3 Opportunities Continuous Increase in the Number of IoT Connected Devices
5.5 5G Technology: Activities and R&D Commitments
5.5.1 Landscape of Regional 5G-Related Activities 5G-Related Activities in APAC China South Korea Collaboration Between Europe and South Korea Japan 5G-Related Activities in Europe EU FP7 Projects 5G Research in Horizon 2020/EU FP8 5G-Related Activities in the Americas Initiatives Pertaining to 5G Technology From Key Players
5.5.2 R&D Initiatives and Investments
5.6 Spectrum Consideration
5.6.1 Role of Lower and Higher Frequency Bands Below 6GHz Above 6GHz
5.6.2 Role of WRC-15 on New Spectrum Bands Outcomes of WRC-15 New Spectrums Bands for IMT/IMT2020 Spectrum Demand and Bands Identified for IMT

6 5G & Wireless Network Infrastructure Industry Roadmap (Page No. – 56)
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Value Chain Analysis
6.3 Wireless Network Infrastructure Industry Roadmap
6.3.1 Conventional Network Infrastructure Macro Cell Micro Cell
6.3.2 Hetrogenous Network Infrastructure (Hetnet) Small Cells and Carrier Wi-Fi Millimeter Wave and Small Cells Benefits of Integrated Small Cells Challenges With Small Cells C-Ran Das Significance of Das and Small Cells in the Network Infrastructure

7 Application Verticals (Page No. – 63)
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Automotive
7.2.1 Introduction
7.2.2 Applications Vehicle-To-Vehicle (V2V) Vehicle-To-Infrastructure (V2I) Vehicle-To-Pedestrian (V2P) Vehicle-To-Network (V2N) Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) Automated Driving Autonomous Driving Road Safety and Traffic Efficiency Digital Logistics Intelligent Navigation
7.3 Energy and Utility
7.3.1 Introduction
7.3.2 Smart Grid Smart Metering
7.3.3 Connected Logistics
7.3.4 Connected Pipelines
7.3.5 Mobile Workforce Management
7.3.6 Asset Management
7.3.7 Physical Security
7.4 Healthcare
7.4.1 Introduction
7.4.2 Connected Health
7.4.3 Mhealth
7.4.4 Telemedicine Telesurgery Telenursing Telepharmacy Telerehabilitation Teletrauma Care Telecardiology Telepsychiatry Teleradiology Telepathology Teledermatology Teledentistry Teleaudiology Teleophthalmology
7.5 Retail
7.5.1 Introduction
7.5.2 Supply Chain Management
7.5.3 Field Force Tracking
7.5.4 Remote Monitoring
7.5.5 Field Force Productivity and Automation
7.5.6 End Consumer Retail Automation
7.6 Intelligent Buildings and Infrastructure
7.6.1 Introduction
7.6.2 Parking Management Access Control Automated Parking Guidance Parking Reservation and Lot Management
7.6.3 Facility Management and Energy Optimization Building Energy Management Systems (BEMS) Emergency Response Management
7.7 Industrial Automation
7.7.1 Introduction
7.7.2 Machine-Type Communication (MTC) Massive MTC Critical MTC
7.7.3 Remote Machinery
7.7.4 Impact of IoT
7.8 Consumer Electronics
7.8.1 Introduction
7.8.2 Smart TVS and Smart TV Consoles
7.8.3 Smart Appliances
7.8.4 Wearable Devices
7.9 Home Automation
7.9.1 Introduction
7.9.2 Lighting Control
7.9.3 Security and Access Control
7.9.4 HVAC Conttrol
7.9.5 Entertainment and Other Controls
7.10 Public Safety and Surveillance
7.10.1 Introduction
7.10.2 Surveillance Systems
7.10.3 C2/C4ISR System
7.10.4 Emergency and Disaster Management
7.10.5 Public Address and General Alarm

8 Geographical Analysis (Page No. – 88)
8.1 Introduction
8.1.1 Standards ITU-R 3GPP
8.2 North America
8.2.1 U.S. Regulatory Landscape Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
8.2.2 Canada
8.3 Europe
8.3.1 U.K. Regulatory Landscape National Infrastructure Commission (NIC)
8.3.2 Germany
8.4 APAC
8.4.1 China Regulatory Landscape Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of the People’s Republic of China
8.4.2 South Korea Regulatory Landscape Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning (MSIP)
8.5 RoW
8.5.1 Latin America
8.5.2 Middle East and Africa

9 Company Profiles (Page No. – 103)
(Overview, Products and Services, Financials, Strategy & Development)*
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Cisco Systems, Inc.
9.3 Nokia Corporation
9.4 Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
9.5 Ericsson
9.6 Qualcomm Inc.
9.7 Huawei Investment & Holding Co., Ltd.
9.8 Intel Corporation
9.9 Verizon Communications Inc.
9.10 T-Mobile USA, Inc.
9.11 AT&T Inc.
9.12 KT Corp.
9.13 SK Telecom Co., Ltd.
9.14 LG Electronics, Inc.
9.15 China Mobile Limited
9.16 NEC Corporation

*Details on Overview, Products and Services, Financials, Strategy & Development Might Not Be Captured in Case of Unlisted Companies.

10 Appendix (Page No. – 157)
10.1 Insights of Industry Experts
10.2 Discussion Guide
10.3 Knowledge Store: Marketsandmarkets’ Subscription Portal
10.4 Introducing RT: Real-Time Market Intelligence
10.5 Available Customizations
10.6 Related Reports

List of Tables (4 Tables)

Table 1 R&D Initiatives and Investments By Various Market Players and Governments, 2010-2016
Table 2 R&D Initiatives and Investments By Various Market Players and Governments, 2010-2022
Table 3 Frequency Bands Identified for IMT in the ITU-R Radio Regulations After WRC-15
Table 4 Spectrum Requirements

List of Figures (94 Figures)

Figure 1 5G Technology Market Segmentation
Figure 2 Research Design
Figure 3 Research Flow
Figure 4 Data Triangulation
Figure 5 LTE Expected to Be the Dominant Mobile Access Technology By 2022; Whereas 5G Would Be in Its Initial Stages of Commercialization
Figure 6 5G Technology R&D Spending and Trail Investments, 2014-2022
Figure 7 Mobile Data Traffic, By Region, 2015–2022
Figure 8 Total Number of Mobile Subscriptions (EDGE/GSM, WCDMA/HSPA, LTE, 5G) During the Forecast Period
Figure 9 LTE Expected to Be the Dominant Mobile Access Technology By 2022
Figure 10 5G Technology Expected to Be Deployed By 2020; Commercialization to Be Commenced From 2021
Figure 11 Y-O-Y Trend Line on Mobile Subscriptions, 1994–2022
Figure 12 Growth Mainly Driven By Government, Wireless Carrier, and Infrastructure Vendor Initiatives, in 2015
Figure 13 Number of Connected Devices, 2014–2022
Figure 14 Increasing Number of Connected Devices Due to Emerging Applications and Innovative Business Models, 2014-2022
Figure 15 LTE Mobile Device Shipments, 2014–2022
Figure 16 802.11 Enabled Devices Shipments, 2014–2022
Figure 17 Milestones of R&D and Innovation & Standardization Activities on 5G
Figure 18 Drivers, Challenges, and Opportunities for the 5G Technology Market
Figure 19 Global Mobile Data Traffic, By Region, 2015–2022
Figure 20 Global Mobile Data Traffic, By Application Category, 2015–2022
Figure 21 Growth in Machine-Type Communication Driving the 5G Technology Market in 2015
Figure 22 Global Mobile Broadband Subscriptions, 2015–2022
Figure 23 Global Number of Connected Devices, 2016–2022
Figure 24 EU FP7 Projects
Figure 25 EU FP8 Projects
Figure 26 Maximum Revenue Contribution From Network Operators and Device Vendors
Figure 27 Network Technology Cycles in the Telecom Industry
Figure 28 Global Wireless Network Infrastructure (2G, 3G, 4G, and 5G)
Figure 29 Investment in Hetnet, 2014–2022 (USD Billion)
Figure 30 Global Small Cell Networks Market, 2014–2022 (USD Billion)
Figure 31 Increase in the Demand for Continuous On-Connectivity and Rise in Mobile Data Traffic to Spur the Market Growth (2014-2022)
Figure 32 Industry Verticals With Highest Penetration of 5G
Figure 33 Applications of 5G in the Automotive Industry
Figure 34 Car-2-Car Communication Consortium Applications Roadmap
Figure 35 Example of V2I Architecture
Figure 36 Applications of 5G in Energy and Utility Industry
Figure 37 Evolution of Smart Grid
Figure 38 Applications of 5G in Healthcare Industry
Figure 39 Robotics Assisted Telesurgery Scenario
Figure 40 Applications of 5G in Retail Industry
Figure 41 Applications of 5G in Intelligent Buildings and Infrastructure
Figure 42 Applications of 5G in Industrial Automation
Figure 43 Consumer Electronics That Require High-Speed Network Technologies
Figure 44 Applications of Wearable Devices
Figure 45 Various Systems for Home Automation
Figure 46 Applications of 5G in Public Safety and Surveillance
Figure 47 Increasing Number of Mobile Subscriptions Worldwide
Figure 48 Global Forecast for Monthly Data Traffic Per Smartphone, 2016–2022
Figure 49 Global Forecast for Number of IoT Connected Devices (Wired and Wireless), 2015–2022
Figure 50 APAC is Expected to Grow at A Highest Rate During the Forecast Period
Figure 51 Detailed Timeline for IMT–2020 in ITU-R
Figure 52 3GPP Timeline for 5G
Figure 53 IoT Market in North America, By Application, 2016–2022
Figure 54 Number of Smartphone Users in the U.S. – Forecast to 2022
Figure 55 Number of Smartphone Users in Canada - Forecast to 2022
Figure 56 IoT Market in Europe, By Application, 2016–2022
Figure 57 Number of Smartphone Users in U.K., (2013 – 2022)
Figure 58 Number of Smartphone Users in Germany, (2013 - 2022)
Figure 59 IoT Market in APAC, By Application, 2016–2022
Figure 60 Number of Smartphone Users in China, (2013 - 2022)
Figure 61 Number of Smartphone Users in South Korea, (2013 - 2022)
Figure 62 IoT Market in Latin America, By Application, 2016–2022
Figure 63 Middle East and Africa: IoT Market Size, By Application, 2016–2022
Figure 64 Geographic Revenue Mix of Top 5 Market Players
Figure 65 Cisco Systems, Inc.: Company Snapshot
Figure 66 Cisco Systems, Inc.: SWOT Analysis
Figure 67 Nokia Corporation: Company Snapshot
Figure 68 Nokia Corporation: SWOT Analysis
Figure 69 Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.: Company Snapshot
Figure 70 Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.: SWOT Analysis
Figure 71 Ericsson: Company Snapshot
Figure 72 Ericsson: SWOT Analysis
Figure 73 Qualcomm Inc.: Company Snapshot
Figure 74 Qualcomm Incorporated: SWOT Analysis
Figure 75 Huawei Investment & Holding Co., Ltd.: Company Snapshot
Figure 76 Huawei Investment & Holding Co., Ltd.: SWOT Analysis
Figure 77 Intel Corporation: Company Snapshot
Figure 78 Intel Corporation: SWOT Analysis
Figure 79 Verizon Communications Inc.: Company Snapshot
Figure 80 Verizon Communications Inc.: SWOT Analysis
Figure 81 T-Mobile USA, Inc.: Company Snapshot
Figure 82 T-Mobile USA, Inc.: SWOT Analysis
Figure 83 AT&T Inc.: Company Snapshot
Figure 84 AT&T Inc.: SWOT Analysis
Figure 85 KT Corp.: Company Snapshot
Figure 86 KT Corp.: SWOT Analysis
Figure 87 SK Telecom Co., Ltd.: Company Snapshot
Figure 88 SK Telecom Co., Ltd.: SWOT Analysis
Figure 89 LG Electronics, Inc.: Company Snapshot
Figure 90 LG Electronics, Inc.: SWOT Analysis
Figure 91 China Mobile Limited: Company Snapshot
Figure 92 China Mobile Limited: SWOT Analysis
Figure 93 NEC Corporation: Company Snapshot
Figure 94 NEC Corporation: SWOT Analysis