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5G Infrastructure

5G network infrastructure is made up of macro- and small-cell base stations with edge computing capabilities. The network of small & macro cell base type stations with edge computing potential required for the fifth-generation technology standard designed for cellular networks is referred to as 5G infrastructure. It also offers low latency coverage for large data streams, which power applications such as semi-autonomous vehicles, augmented reality, and IoT devices.

Growth of the global 5G infrastructure is anticipated to be driven by factors such as rise in demand for mobile broadband services and proliferation of M2M/IoT connections. Increased acceptance of virtual networking architecture in telecom industry, lower latency in 5G, and surge in mobile data traffic fuels the growth of the 5G infrastructure market. However, high initial investment acts as a major restraint for the global 5G infrastructure market. On the contrary, high demand from Asia-Pacific especially in consumer electronics and industrial automation segment is expected to create lucrative opportunities for the 5G infrastructure industry.

Macrocells are the traditional cell towers that serve a wide area. In a 5G network, network functions that typically run on hardware become virtualized, running as software. Before 5G networks reach their full potential and become self-sufficient, most carriers will be using existing 4G LTE radio access network (ran) (RANs) augmented with some new antennas. This allows carriers to transition from 4G to 5G by offering improved services while the new physical infrastructure is built.

The global 5G infrastructure market size was valued at $2.06 billion in 2020, and is projected to reach $83.62 billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of 45.3% from 2021 to 2030.

Key Players :
• AT&T
• Huawei Devices Co. Ltd.
• Ericsson
• Intel Corporation
• Mediatek Inc.
• Nokia Corporation
• Qualcomm Technologies Inc.
• Hewlett Packard Enterprise
• Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.
• Verizon

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Source: LinkedIn (RF and Microwave Community)

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