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ブロードバンドの破壊:5Gはいかにして競合情勢を塗り替えるのか

Broadband Disruption: How 5G Will Reshape the Competitive Landscape, Second Edition 2018

発行 Datacomm Research Company 商品コード 535755
出版日 ページ情報 英文
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ブロードバンドの破壊:5Gはいかにして競合情勢を塗り替えるのか Broadband Disruption: How 5G Will Reshape the Competitive Landscape, Second Edition 2018
出版日: 2018年11月05日 ページ情報: 英文
概要

当レポートでは、第5世代 (5G) ワイヤレスネットワークについて取り上げ、現在・将来のブロードバンド需要を定量化し、4Gの持続的な発展が不十分な理由、ブロードバンド技術、5Gのスペクトル効率とスループット率、5GとHFCとの比較、ミリ波スモールセルの予測、および主な市場参入企業の5G戦略などについて、分析しています。

注記

エグゼクティブサマリー

4G LTE技術の能力

5Gはいかにしてブロードバンド情勢を再定義するのか

ブロードバンド技術

ミリ波の課題の克服と機会

スペクトル効率・5Gスループット率

  • 4Gスペクトル効率
  • 5Gスペクトル効率
  • 5Gスループット率

容量拡大の経緯と5Gの破壊

セルラーバンド容量の比較

ブロードバンド需要の要因

  • インターネット需要
  • TV需要

現在のHFC (光同軸ハイブリッド・システム) 容量・能力

5G容量分析・HFCとの比較

ミッドバンド5Gの導入と容量

HFCネットワークの進化と容量

屋外スモールセルの立地

ミリ波スモールセル予測・対象の加入者

その他のワイヤレス技術の役割

5Gのコスト

  • CAPEX
  • OPEX

5Gのビジネスモデル

主な市場参入企業の5G戦略

競合分析

結論

RYSAVY RESEARCHについて

DATACOMM RESEARCHについて

目次

Fifth-generation (5G) wireless networks could leapfrog the capacity of cable operators' hybrid fiber-coax (HFC) networks - for both Internet access and television viewing - by leveraging millimeter wave spectrum, small cells, and higher spectral efficiency. This report is an essential business planning tool, quantifying broadband demand today and tomorrow, and calculating the throughput per square kilometer for competing networks. The price includes a one-hour phone briefing with the authors.

The second edition is fully updated (November 2018) and adds sections on mid-band spectrum capacity and deployment; the cost of 5G infrastructure; and 5G business models. The second edition features 38 tables and figures.

The ‘Rysavy Capacity and Performance’ report (available bundled with the Broadband Disruption report or separately) is a powerful business planning tool. It provides a model for calculating the capacity of wireless and wireline networks based on 4G and 5G (wireless), DOCSIS (cable), and fiber technologies. An Excel spreadsheet that performs the calculations is included. Buyers can plug in their own numbers for variables such as amount of spectrum and base station density to examine and compare different networks. The report also provides the latest performance details for the technologies-information essential to characterizing the user experience. Contains 27 tables and figures.

Report Announcement from Datacomm Research and Rysavy Research:

The Cost of Building Out 5G Wireless Is Not as Bad as Some Think

November 13, 2018 - St. Louis, Missouri - Estimates suggesting that 5G networks will be too expensive fail to consider that operators have a wide choice of deployment strategies, that recent regulatory changes ensure small cells can be built and operated economically, and that operators can make extensive use of existing infrastructure. That is just one conclusion of the 71-page, second edition of Broadband Disruption: How 5G Will Reshape the CompetitiveLandscape, a collaborative report released today by Datacomm Research and Rysavy Research.

“Wireless operators have different 5G strategies, and our report shows how they can leverage factors such as spectrum and cell density to achieve specific coverage and performance goals,” said Peter Rysavy, co-author of the report. “We also examine the cost of building 5G infrastructure, various financing options, and the viability of 5G fixed wireless broadband business models given different deployment scenarios,” he added.

The second edition of Broadband Disruption: How 5G Will Reshape the Competitive Landscape adds a section on mid-band spectrum deployment and capacity (and how it will spur new business models and devices). There are also new sections on the cost of 5G infrastructure and 5G business models. The updated and expanded report now features 38 tables and figures.

Peter Rysavy has tracked the capacity and capabilities of wireless networks since the early 1990s. Rysavy Research assists clients in defining strategic directions, conducting market research, and deploying wireless applications.

Datacomm Research Company is a leader in tracking, analyzing, and forecasting emerging telecommunication markets. The company has published pioneering reports for more than 25 years.

Additional conclusions in Broadband Disruption: How 5G Will Reshape the Competitive Landscape include:

  • 1. Many estimates for the cost of building 5G networks overlook selective deployment options, and fail to consider likely small cell price reductions and performance improvements over time. Competition to provide 5G infrastructure will be fierce, and operators are under intense pressure from investors to control spending and debt.
  • 2. There are viable business models for 5G-based fixed wireless broadband service. However, the viable models require close attention to variables detailed in the report. For instance, operators should concentrate initially on areas with sufficiently high home density.
  • 3. Mid-band spectrum doesn't have the capacity to compete head-on with cable, but it could provide all-in-one service (phone, Internet, and TV) for busy, cost-conscious Millennial and Gen Z customers based on higher data allowance plans (60-100 GB/month).

Table of Contents

NOTICE

SPECTRAL EFFICIENCY

  • 4G SPECTRAL EFFICIENCY
  • 5G SPECTRAL EFFICIENCY

BROADBAND PERFORMANCE

  • FIBER THROUGHPUT
  • CABLE THROUGHPUT
  • 4G LTE THROUGHPUT
  • 5G THROUGHPUT
  • WIRELESS THROUGHPUT SUMMARY
  • LATENCY COMPARISON

DEMAND

  • INTERNET DEMAND
  • TV DEMAND

CAPACITY VARIABLES

CURRENT HFC CAPACITY AND CAPABILITY

5G CAPACITY ANALYSIS AND COMPARISON WITH HFC

MID-BAND 5G DEPLOYMENT AND CAPACITY

HFC NETWORKS ROADMAP AND CAPACITY

ABOUT RYSAVY RESEARCH

Table of Figures

  • Figure 1: Comparison of 3G and 4G Downlink Spectral Efficiency
  • Figure 2: Spectral Efficiency Values for Capacity Modeling
  • Figure 3: Capacity of Wireless Versus Fiber
  • Figure 4: Fiber Passive Optical Network Architecture
  • Figure 5: Summary of Optical Fiber Throughput
  • Figure 6: Summary of Cable Throughput
  • Figure 7: Summary of 4G LTE Throughput
  • Figure 8: Summary of 5G Throughput
  • Figure 9: Latency Comparison of Different Technologies
  • Figure 10: Monthly Internet Demand Per Household (Excludes TV Replacement)
  • Figure 11: Household Average Internet and TV Demand Now and in Seven Years
  • Figure 12: Capacity Variables
  • Figure 13: DOCSIS Cable Capacity
  • Figure 14: Equation for Wireless Network Capacity
  • Figure 15: 5G mmWave versus HFC DOCSIS
  • Figure 16: Equation for DOCSIC Network Capacity

Table of Tables

  • Table 1: Elements of LTE 1 Gbps Downlink Capability
  • Table 2: Throughput Performance of Different Wireless Technologies.
  • Table 3: DOCSIS 3.1 Spectral Efficiency and Resulting Capacity
  • Table 4: 5G Downlink Capacity (FWA) Per Sq. Km., 200 MHz, Lower Spectral Efficiency
  • Table 5: 5G Downlink Capacity (FWA) Per Sq. Km., 400 MHz, Lower Spectral Efficiency
  • Table 6: 5G Downlink Capacity (FWA) Per Sq. Km., 400 MHz, Higher Spectral Efficiency
  • Table 7: 5G Capacity Per Sq. Km., Mid-band, Conservative Spectral Efficiency, 100 MHz
  • Table 8: 5G Capacity Per Sq. Km., Mid-band, Aggressive Spectral Efficiency, 100 MHz
  • Table 9: DOCSIS 3.1, 1000 homes Per Sq. Km., 860 MHz
  • Table 10: DOCSIS 3.1, 1000 homes Per Sq. Km., 1790 MHz
  • Table 11: Extended Spectrum DOCSIS, 1000 homes Per Sq. Km.
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