Published on : Aug 10, 2017
Albany, New York, August 10, 2017: The report, titled “The C-RAN (Centralized Radio Access Network) Ecosystem: 2017 - 2030 - Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies & Forecasts,” estimates that investments in C-RAN architecture networks across the globe will rise to nearly US$9 bn by the end of 2017. The report further projects that the global C-RAN market will exhibit an exponential CAGR of 24% over the period between 2017 and 2020. Investments will mostly include spending on baseband units, remote radio head, and fronthaul transport network devices and equipment.
The report provides a detailed assessment of the overall ecosystem of the C-RAN technology including details regarding enabling technologies, key trends, factors that will drive the market, challenge its growth prospects, details regarding standardization, and regulatory landscape across key regional markets. The report also presents an overview of the key deployment models, case studies of leading operators, business profiles of ecosystem players, value chain, and future roadmap. The forecasts provided in the report cover six regions and three individual submarkets.
Initially gaining prominence owing to developmental efforts by South Korean and Japanese mobile operators, the technology has started gaining gain momentum in global markets with leading tier-1 mobile operators such as AT&T, Verizon Communications, China Mobile, Sprint, Vodafone, Orange, TIM (Telecom Italia Mobile), and Telefónica seeking to benefit from centralized baseband processing. A large number of other telecom companies across the globe are also expected to increasingly explore C-RAN implementation as a way to ease the transition from present day networks to 5G networks while keeping a check on fronthaul costs.
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Small-scale cellular companies have also started to deploy the C-RAN architecture to benefit from multi-cell coordination and resource pooling. The trend is particularly more evident in the enterprise and indoor segments, with a rising number of dedicated solutions such as SpiderCloud's E-RAN, CommScope's OneCell, Huawei's LampSite, and Ericsson's Radio Dot being introduced at a rapid pace.
The report estimates that the cloud RAN deployments with the capability of virtualized baseband processing will hold nearly 20% of the world’s overall C-RAN investments. The report states that the competitive landscape of the global C-RAN market is becoming increasingly consolidated with rise in the numbers of mergers and acquisitions, including the recent merger of Mavenir Systems with the company Ranzure Networks. The merger has positioned Mavenir Systems as a provider of 5G-ready mobile network solutions.
The report provides a detailed analysis of a number of key companies operating in the global C-RAN market. Several companies and organizations operating in the arena have also been reviewed and discussed at length in the report.
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