World Market for Connectors Used in Mobile Network Infrastructure Equipment 2017 to 2022 – Markets Insider

NEW YORK, Nov. 6, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — The wireless infrastructure market is evolving. While mobile operators must maintain their 2G and 3G networks, they are also busy upgrading as much of them as they can to LTE and LTE-A now and 5G in the next few years. Thus we are now starting to see entirely new types of equipment.

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What mobile network infrastructure equipment will dominate from 2017-2022?

What connector types will be needed to support this growth and which companies are aligning themselves for this exponential evolution?

This report discusses, examines, and analyzes in detail these questions, providing forecast numbers by equipment and product type.

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The growth of mobile Internet users is undeniable. One million new mobile Internet users are added to the network every single day. While the wireless network still supports 2G and 3G, 4G will be the dominant access technology worldwide by 2018. By 2022, there will be nearly 500 million subscriptions of 5G globally.

In order to support this growth, the entire mobile infrastructure network must be upgraded. Small cell, DAS, massive MIMO, and C-RAN technologies will play a role in the access, and metro and core will become increasingly digitized and packetized.

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The wireless infrastructure market is evolving. While mobile operators must maintain their 2G and 3G networks, they are also busy upgrading as much of them as they can to LTE and LTE-A now and 5G in the next few years. Thus we are now starting to see entirely new types of equipment.

The World Market for Connectors Used in Mobile Network Infrastructure Equipment report covers connectors used in telecommunications network equipment that supports mobile communications. The specific purpose of this report is to highlight likely new business opportunities for connector manufacturers. It will also discuss the various technologies being used in mobile infrastructure systems, the equipment involved and the connectivity products needed to support all of them.

What mobile network infrastructure equipment will dominate during this growth? What connector types will be needed to support this growth and which companies are aligning themselves for this exponential evolution? Bishop’s new report – World Market for Connectors Used in Mobile Network Infrastructure Equipment – 2017 to 2022 – discusses, examines, and analyzes in detail these questions, providing forecast numbers by equipment and product type.

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The report provides connector sales forecasts for the years 2017 through 2022 for over twenty different equipment types and by region of the world. Also examined is the growth rates of evolving versus legacy equipment. The growth of mobile Internet users is undeniable. One million new mobile Internet users are added to the network every single day. While the wireless network still supports 2G and 3G, 4G will be the dominant access technology worldwide by 2018.

Mobile traffic on the network grew by 70% between the first quarter of 2016 and first quarter of 2017. By 2022, there will be nearly 500 million subscriptions of 5G globally. In addition to the traditional mobile devices like laptops and cell phones, there will also be an increase in new IoT devices like exercise/health monitors connecting to the mobile networks.

The base station equipment generates most of the revenue for connectors. This equipment is evolving from the old base station transceiver models to a centralized/cloud radio access architecture using remote radio heads (RRHs) and fronthaul network equipment. This evolution will spawn a healthy growth rate. The highest growth rate will be for DAS, followed by MME/PCRF then PGW/SGW/SGSN. These products are associated with the evolution of the network to support Gigabit 4G, 5G and the growth in traffic. The legacy MSC Switch and MSC Gateways will completely disappear by 2020.

Mirroring the overall Telecom market, the mobile infrastructure connector market is dominated by PCB type connectors. PCB connectors will see significant growth between 2017 and 2022 since every piece of equipment contains these connectors. The highest growth rate will be in fiber optic connectors, followed by telephone, then RF coax. Fiber optic connector revenue is growing due to the increased use of optical technology in the fronthaul, metro and core. The growth in telephone connectors shows the effect of Ethernet ports transitioning through Gigabit, 10G, 40G, and eventually 100G. RF coax growth is due to the RF connectors used in new base station configurations.

The market for connectors sold into the mobile infrastructure equipment market will also increase significantly between 2017 and 2022. This sub-sector will exhibit the highest growth rate of any sector within the telecom connector market. In addition to equipment and product analysis, the report also offers a detailed overview of the companies to watch as the mobile infrastructure market evolves. This overview looks at not only the connector companies, but also the equipment manufacturers and the top chip suppliers.

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