Global wireless infrastructure demand is expected to observe a steady growth over the forecast period mainly on account of increasing mobile phone usage. Infrastructure development is expected to enhance further overall industry primarily in the field of maintenance and up gradation.
Wireless infrastructure market is expected to witness significant growth on account of expanding application for smart phones, mobile phone, tablets, and internet supporting devices.
Such arrangement is used to improve primary networks and develop the base stations to make systems more up-to-date. The web use in smartphones has generated refined web development and applications which in turn has motivated the sophisticated infrastructure need.
Therefore, growing internet usage in mobile phones is expected to drive majorly industry demand in the future. Wireless network is mostly communication system over land where the linkage is wireless.
Mobile technology has shown a rapid growth in recent years with the emergence of 3G/4G. Mobile handset companies are constantly developing their products for better performance. These phones are not smart if the infrastructure does not support.
This need to continuously update the existing infrastructure drives network maintenance demand. Service providers are always looking out to venture untapped market. It gives rise to new infrastructure formation which is expected to drive overall industry demand.
Starting a new network involve high investment which is supposed to hamper the business growth in near future. This industry is capital intensive and needs to plan its funds for achieving desirable returns.
Therefore, massive resources are required for its establishment. Bureaucracy is another factor which is expected to restrain the overall market growth in the future. Wireless network has been a matter of concern in recent years on radiation emission affecting human health.
Local regulatory bodies have been keeping a strict vigilance on these architectures for protecting and safeguarding people's health. Further, the extreme geographical landscape provides a challenge to this industry.
OFCOM in the UK, Federation communication council in the U.S, TRAI in India, and Ministry of Information Industry are some of the government bodies who manages the industry functioning.
It is observed that cellular service providers outsource infrastructure establishment to third party vendors. Further, these service providers have the option to possess the setup or follow dollar per Erlang model.
Instead of constructing multiple channels for remotely positioned areas, single architecture is being mutually used on Dollar per Erlang model which helps in achieving required profits in areas which are untapped.
A similar model has been successfully running in countries including China, Brazil, India, and Russia. Segmentation is done by usage and area coverage which include wireless PAN, LAN, mesh, MAN, WAN, GAN and space network.
Personal area network (PAN) is intended to connect devices within a small area. It mostly uses Bluetooth, infrared and Wi-Fi for device interconnection. They have extensive applications in the consumer market for personal usage.
Wireless local area network (WLAN) is often used in cities to connect two or more office buildings. Wide area network is most popular and is used by telecom operators. Space networks are used for communication between devices including satellites and spacecraft in the vicinity of the Earth.
North America observed a high demand in the recent years on account of increasing wireless technology usage coupled with rapid 3G/4G advancement. U.S. was the primary market for industry development.
Regional demand was followed by Asia Pacific on account of increasing mobile subscriptions. India and China have shown tremendous growth owing to the diverse landscape, and deep mobile users penetration and the trend is expected to continue over the forecast period.
Europe, South America, and Africa are projected to show steady growth on account of emerging telecom market in these regions. Key players competing in the global market are Alcatel-Lucent, Nokia, Siemens, Huawei, Telco, Nortel, Ericson, Thompson, Fujitsu and Ciena.
Mergers and acquisitions are expected to be key strategies for manufacturers in future to reduce costs and achieve economies of scale. In 2006, Alcatel and Lucent merged to form the Alcatel-Lucent Group.
On January 2016, this group was taken over by Nokia. Nokia has strategic alliances with Siemens in establishing network assets. Companies are focusing on creating structures which are safe for the environment.
Network clogging has given rise for high maintenance which organizations plan to deliver through recruiting skilled, efficient professionals. Telecom and internet service providers make a decision whether to buy the infrastructure or outsource the assets establishment and maintenance based on their core competency.
Trends have shown that service providers are selling off their infrastructure to get rid of their debts and decrease commercial risks on account of these vast assets. Technology has been growing very fast to enhance the overall internet usage.
Outsourcing disallows propriety rights of property to one single service provider. It is beneficial for companies to provide services in remote areas where the population is sparse.
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