San Francisco, California, March 16, 2018: The pervasiveness of smartphones couple with the demand for high-speed internet is expected to expand the global market for 5G infrastructure. Network slicing forms the basis of 5G technologies wherein micro fragments of the network infrastructure cater to the requirements of the users. The cost effectiveness of 5G networks in conjunction with better connectivity is expected to provide a strong impetus to the global market. Although 4G technologies have taken swing, the network providers and consumers of packet data are already anticipating the introduction of 5G technologies in mainstream telecommunications. A report by TMR Research sheds light on the important standpoints that are projected to take the market for 5G infrastructure to fruition. The title of the report is ‘5G infrastructure Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Trends, Analysis, Growth, and Forecast 2017 – 2025’.
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Mobile data services are in great demand across the world, and people now depend on mobile internet for a variety of their daily chores. This has expanded the demand for 5G infrastructure and has created growth spaces for market players. Moreover, the machine-to-machine mode of connection within industries calls for a strong communication network, thus, bringing 5G infrastructure under the spotlight of attention. The growth of automation technologies such as robotics, machine learning, artificial intelligence, and Internet of Things (IoT) has also propelled demand within the market.
The regional analysis of the market reveals that North America has dominated all other regional markets over the past years. Owing to the commendable advancement in automation technologies in North America, the regional market is expected to continue treading along a positive growth path.
Qualcomm, Samsung, Ericsson, NEC, Huawei, Nokia, and Intel are amongst the leading players in the market for 5G infrastructure.