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表紙:世界のLTE市場 - 5GのイニシアティブとMBBの周波数帯:データベースとレポート
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世界のLTE市場 - 5GのイニシアティブとMBBの周波数帯:データベースとレポート

World LTE Markets - 5G Initiatives & MBB Spectrum - Dataset & Report: Markets at June 2018 & Forecasts to 2022 - Markets - Players - Technologies - Spectrum

出版日: | 発行: IDATE DigiWorld | ページ情報: 英文 | 納期: 即日から翌営業日

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世界のLTE市場 - 5GのイニシアティブとMBBの周波数帯:データベースとレポート
出版日: 2019年01月10日
発行: IDATE DigiWorld
ページ情報: 英文
納期: 即日から翌営業日
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IDATE DigiWorld社は通信・インターネット・メディア産業に特化した調査会社で、コンサルティングも多数実績がございます。また欧州で屈指の通信の国際会議「DigiWorld Summit」を毎年主催しております。当レポートは、世界46カ国・6地域のLTE市場をまとめたデータベースと市場動向の概要をまとめたレポートがセットになっております。
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  • 概要
  • 目次
概要

当レポートでは、世界のLTE市場について調査分析し、46ヶ国のデータベース (周波数帯の問題、技術、収益、加入者データ、予測に関する情報) とレポート (LTEに関する最新情報) をセットにして、体系的な情報を提供しています。

第1章 LTEの世界的成功

  • LTEが成熟して主流になり、2G/3Gを停止へ
  • 4Gの移行は継続
  • LTE性能は向上し、5Gを定義
  • LTE技術の普及で、新興国の加入者数が最高に
  • LTEのアップグレードにより新しいサービスが可能に
  • QoSを組み込んだカスタマイズ製品へ
  • 5G:すべて変換へ

第2章 5G

  • 米国とアジアは2018年~2019年に、欧州は早くても2020年に
  • 欧州における5Gのロードマップ
  • 欧州における5Gのトライアルは100以上
  • 5Gの最前線は米国
  • 5Gは2024年に主流に
  • 広範な技術イネーブラー
  • オペレーターは依然として5Gのビジネスモデルに慎重

第3章 LTEのアップグレードと5Gの周波数帯の拡大

  • 複数の周波数帯における運用では、LTEが重要
  • LTE/潜在的5Gを利用する全周波数帯、6GHz未満
  • 5Gを利用する全周波数帯、6GHz以上
  • 世界の潜在的5G帯は、20~45GHz、WRC-19を待つ
  • 周波数帯は負担、5Gのビジネスモデルには別のクラウド?
  • 3.5GHz周波数オークションの開始
  • 5G/NR向けオークション
目次
Product Code: M18410B2A

Summary:

The bundle ‘World LTE markets - 5G initiatives & MBB spectrum’ includes two deliverables dealing with LTE, 5G and spectrum issues:

  • A database (updated half-yearly): quantitative & qualitative data for 46 countries, 6 zones & world consolidated - 76 LTE operator sheets are also available. It gathers information about spectrum issues, technologies, revenue & subscriber data & forecasts up to 2022. It presents the current status of the main mobile broadband frequency bands and results of auction processes including allocation modes, prices paid by each licensee, quantity of spectrum acquired by player, technology, price paid per MHz per PoP for 10 years and detailed information on the regulatory status.
  • A report (updated half-yearly) providing you with the state-of-the-art regarding LTE: overview of dynamics in LTE markets up to 2022 by geographical area and by technology. It also provides analyses of the worldwide LTE market status, LTE pricing, new services, and technological issues, recent pieces of news on spectrum allocations, spectrum prices comparison, roaming, chipsets and devices.

With regards to spectrum, latest developments in the field are highlighted. Information include the main evolutions of the regulatory framework, spectrum sharing issues and new radio technologies, 5G developments, mobile spectrum in Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Asia Pacific, North and South America, and Africa Middle East, and spectrum valuation.

DataSet Scope:

Operators

  • Technology: LTE FDD, TD-LTE, LTE-Advanced Pro, Mobile WiMAX, 5G
  • Deployment: description of coverage plans or obligations
  • Spectrum: Quantity, Frequency band, type (FDD, TDD)
  • Technical Data and main vendors: Core network providers (+IMS), Radio Access Network (RAN) providers, Maximum data rates (UL/DL), Average data rates (UL/DL), Devices
    • CAPEX
    • LTE SIMs & ARPU

Countries

  • Background information: operators, LTE framework
  • Regulation: spectrum auctions, refarming

Type of data

  • Historical data: 2011-2017
  • Forecasts: 2018-2022

Geographic coverage:

The global market for telecom services has been divided into 5 main zones: Europe, North America, Latin America, Asia-Pacific, Middle East & Africa.

Western Europe

  • Austria
  • Belgium
  • Denmark
  • Finland
  • France
  • Germany
  • Greece
  • Ireland
  • Italy
  • Luxembourg
  • Netherlands
  • Norway
  • Portugal
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • UK
  • Rest of WE

Central & Eastern Europe

  • Czech Republic
  • Hungary
  • Poland
  • Russia
  • Turkey
  • Rest of CEE

Asia Pacific

  • Australia
  • China
  • HongKong
  • India
  • Indonesia
  • Japan
  • Malaysia
  • New Zealand
  • Philippines
  • Singapore
  • South Korea
  • Taiwan
  • Uzbekistan
  • Vietnam
  • Rest of APAC

North America

  • Canada
  • USA

Latin America

  • Argentina
  • Brazil
  • Chile
  • Mexico
  • Rest of LATAM

Middle East & Africa

  • Bahrain
  • Morocco
  • Saudi Arabia
  • UAE
  • Rest of MEA

Geographic area:

Asia-Pacific

  • Australia
  • China
  • Hong Kong
  • India
  • Indonesia
  • Japan
  • Malaysia
  • New Zealand
  • Philippines
  • Singapore
  • South Korea
  • Taiwan
  • Uzbekistan
  • Vietnam

Europe

  • Austria
  • Belgium
  • Czech Republic
  • Denmark
  • Finland
  • France
  • Germany
  • Greece
  • Hungary
  • Ireland
  • Italy
  • Luxembourg
  • Netherlands
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Portugal
  • Russia
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • Turkey
  • United Kingdom

Latin America

  • Argentina
  • Brazil
  • Chile
  • Mexico

Middle East & Africa

  • Bahrain
  • Morocco
  • Saudi Arabia
  • United Arab Emirates

North America

  • Canada
  • United States

Players:

  • 3 (Ireland)
  • 3 (Italy)
  • 3 (UK)
  • A1 - Mobilkom (Austria)
  • Aero2 (Poland)
  • AT&T Mobility (USA)
  • Base (Belgium)
  • Belgacom (Belgium)
  • Bell Mobility (Canada)
  • Bharti Airtel (India)
  • Bouygues Telecom (France)
  • China Mobile (China)
  • China Telecom (China)
  • China Unicom (China)
  • Chunghwa Telecom (Taiwan)
  • Claro (Brazil)
  • Cosmote (Greece)
  • Deutsche Telekom (Germany)
  • Dish Network (USA)
  • DNA (Finland)
  • EE (UK)
  • Elisa (Finland)
  • H3G (Austria)
  • H3G (Sweden)
  • Iliad Free Mobile (France)
  • KDDI (Japan)
  • KPN (Netherlands)
  • KT (South Korea)
  • LG U+ (South Korea)
  • MegaFon (Russia)
  • MobileOne (Singapore)
  • MTS (Russia)
  • Net4mobility/Tele2 (Sweden)
  • NTT DOCOMO (Japan)
  • O2 Telefonica (Germany)
  • O2 Telefonica (UK)
  • Optus (Australia)
  • Orange (France)
  • Orange (Spain)
  • Orange Belgium (Belgium)
  • Other operators
  • PCCW (Hong Kong)
  • Reliance Jio (India)
  • Rogers Wireless (Canada)
  • SFR (France)
  • Singtel (Singapore)
  • SK Telecom (South Korea)
  • Smartone Vodafone (HK)
  • Softbank Mobile (Japan)
  • Spark New Zealand (New-Zealand)
  • Sprint Nextel (USA)
  • Swisscom (Switzerland)
  • Tango (Luxembourg)
  • Telcel (Mexico)
  • Telefonica Moviles (Spain)
  • Telenor Mobile (Norway)
  • Telenor Mobile (Sweden)
  • Telia (Finland)
  • Telia (Norway)
  • Telia (Sweden)
  • Telstra (Australia)
  • Telus (Canada)
  • TIM (Italy)
  • TMN (Portugal)
  • T-Mobile (Austria)
  • T-Mobile (USA)
  • US Cellular (USA)
  • Verizon Wireless (USA)
  • VimpelCom (Russia)
  • Vivo (Brazil)
  • Vodafone (Germany)
  • Vodafone (Greece)
  • Vodafone (Italy)
  • Vodafone (Spain)
  • Vodafone (UK)
  • Wind (Italy)
  • Yoigo (Spain)

Table of Contents

Key points

  • Key take-aways
  • 1980-2020: 40 years of mobile generations

1. LTE global success

  • 1.1. LTE is mature and mainstream, pushing 2G/3G shut down
  • 1.2. 4G migration continues: players' push to increase pop. coverage
  • 1.3. Players' push to increase LTE performances and define 5G
  • 1.4. LTE technology increasingly widespreading, subscriber growth in its full swing in emerging countries
  • 1.5. LTE upgrades allowed new services...
  • 1.6. ... evolving towards a shift in focus from data allowance to customised products incorporating QoS
  • 1.7. 5G: transformation for all

2. 5G - Expected in 2020-2021, mainstream in 2024

  • 2.1. 5G expected in 2018-2019 in the USA and Asia, 2020 in Europe at the earliest with a few exceptions
  • 2.2. 5G roadmap in Europe
  • 2.3. More than 100 5G trials in « large » Europe so far
  • 2.4. USA at the 5G forefront, the 5G race between the 2 leaders
  • 2.5. 5G mainstream in 2024
  • 2.6. 5G widespread technology enablers
  • 2.7. Operators still cautious on 5G business model

3. More spectrum for LTE upgrades and 5G : Spectrum, the lifeblood for mobile networks

  • 3.1. Operation in multiple frequency bands is key in LTE
  • 3.2. All frequency bands harnessed for LTE and potentially 5G, below 6 GHz
  • 3.3. All frequency bands harnessed for 5G, above 6 GHz: focus on medium
  • 3.4. Potential 5G bands worldwide in the 20-45 GHz range, waiting for WRC-19
  • 3.5. The spectrum burden, another cloud in the 5G business model?
  • 3.6. The 3.5 GHz spectrum auctions wave has begun - mmwaves in sight
  • 3.7. Announced Auctions for 5G/NR

Glossary

List of tables and figures

Key points

  • From mobile voice to mobile everywhere

1. LTE global success

  • LTE subscriptions distribution (Q4 2018 - Q4 2021)
  • Breakdown of mobile customers by country and technology, end-2016
  • China Mobile & China Telecom LTE capex and LTE coverage
  • Outdoor LTE coverage
  • Gigabit LTE players and Fastest peak DL speeds announced
  • MNOs ranking by subscriber numbers, end 2018
  • Subscriber numbers in leading countries
  • 5G usage scenarios
  • Launch cycle for unlimited plans
  • 5G Performance Objectives

2. 5G

  • 5G timeline
  • 5G roadmap in Europe
  • More than 100 5G trials in « large » Europe so far
  • 2.4. USA at the 5G forefront, the 5G race between the 2 leaders
  • 5G subscribers by region in 2025
  • 5G subscribers forecasts
  • 5G widespread technology enablers
  • Three scenarions for 5G monetisation, MNO's view

3. More spectrum for LTE upgrades and 5G

  • IMT bands, below 6 GHz
  • IMT bands, above 6 GHz
  • Potential 5G bands worldwide in the 20-45 GHz range
  • Price of premium licences/spectrum per MHz per pop., for 10 years
  • Price of 700 MHz licences/spectrum per MHz per pop., for 10 years
  • Price of 3.4-3.8 GHz spectrum per MHz per pop., for 10 years
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