International Millimeter Wave Radios and Transceivers Markets, 2020-2028

Dublin, November 24, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The report “Regional and Global Markets for Millimeter Wave Radios and Transceivers in 5G ‘xhaul’: 2020-2028” has been added Offer.

Global totals will well exceed $ 9 billion in 2028 with a total CAGR of 12.6%.

This report provides data and analysis on the Total Addressable Markets (TAMs) for all classes of mmWave radios and transceivers in APAC, China, Europe and North America. These data are provided for each year from 2020 to 2028.

mmWave radio links can be installed comparatively quickly and more cheaply than, for example, glass fibers. The available bandwidths (GHz) are much smaller than those for fiber optics, but these bandwidths are great for 5G Xhaul purposes that increasingly see information rates up to and above 10 Gbps.

The frequencies range from around 24 GHz to over 90 GHz and certain bands within this wide range are: K / Ka, V, E, and W. So far, most interests and activities have focused on the K / Ka bands – especially at Verizon in the USA, but also for all higher bands, activities are increasing. The V-band (not licensed and centered on 60 GHz) and the “slightly licensed” E-band are particularly important. The report includes market data for all of these areas.

Regional contributions vary widely, but the APAC region leads the way in most cases. The publisher identified as many OEMs and network providers as the company (35 total) and almost all of them are included in this report. These companies include, for example, Aviat Networks, BridgeWave, Ceragon, Maja Systems and Siklu.

A total of 40 CSPs were identified, ranging from A1Telekom Austria to Vodafone (UK). Profiles are provided for select CSPs that are either known to be using at least some mmWave links and some that are believed to be using in the near future. The markets for mmWave transceivers are always much smaller than those for complete radios.

Main topics covered:

ES.1 mmWave links
ES.2 mmWave radios
ES.3 mmWave transceivers and chipsets
ES.4 Markets for mmWave Radios
ES.5 V-band
ES.6 e-bands
ES.7 mmWave transceiver markets
ES.8 V-Band and Lower E-Band Transceiver Markets

Section 1 Introduction
1.1 Why another ‘G’?
1.2 The emergence of 5G and the importance of mmWave
1.2.1 Glass fiber and mmWave
1.2.2 mm wave transmission challenges
1.2.3 Allocated mmWave frequency bands

Section 2 Structure of the Industry

Section 3 5G Service Providers: CSPs, NPNs, and Others
3.1 Introduction
3.2 CSPs (including websites, if known)
3.3 CSPs known to have implemented mmWave links
3.4 Non-public network operators (NPNs)
3.4.1 Federated Wireless
3.4.2 Inseego Corp.
3.4.3 Redline communication
3.4.4 Skyriver communication
3.4.5 Vubiq networks
3.5 Suppliers of specialized network systems (mmWave)
3.5.1 Cambium Networks
3.5.2 Cambridge Communications Systems Ltd.
3.5.3 Ceragon Networks
3.5.4 Comba Telecom
3.5.5 fiber tower
3.5.6 Proxim Wireless
3.5.7 Vubiq networks

Section 4 mmWave Radio OEMs Summaries
4.1 Introduction
4.2 General details of the mmWave radio OEMs
4.3 Frequency bands available from the various mmWave radios from the OEMs
4.4 Procurement of HF semiconductors by companies
4.5 Geographical and structural analysis of the OEMs

Section 5 Profiles of the identified mmWave radio OEMs
5.1 Aviat networks
5.2 BridgeWave communication
5.3 E-band communication
5.4 Ericsson
5.5 Filtronic plc
5.6 Fujikura Ltd.
5.7 Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd.
5.8 LightPointe
5.9 Movandi
5.10 Nokia
5.11 REMEC broadband
5.12 Qualcomm
5.13 SAF Technika
5.14 Samsung Electronics
5.15 cycles
5.16 Wireless Excellence Ltd.
5.17 Ubiquiti

Section 6 mmWave Transceiver OEMs and Related Technology Issues
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Sending / receiving mmWave modules (‘Transceiver’)
6.3 OEMs
6.3.1 Introduction to the identified OEMs
6.3.2 Analysis of the identified OEMs
6.3.3 Summary of the OEMs according to the frequency bands covered
6.3.4 Procurement of HF semiconductors by transceiver OEMs
6.3.5 Profiles of the mmWave transceiver OEMs Eravant Filtronic Maja Systems Millimeter wave products PRFI
6.4 Two other companies with relevant and significant potential
6.4.1 Milliwave Silicon Solutions, Inc.
6.4.2 Nxbeam, Inc.

Section 7 Market Forecasts for mmWave Radios and Transceivers in 5G xhaul
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Definitions and organization of data and forecasts
7.3 Criticism of all data
7.4 Factors that could significantly disrupt the TAM data
7.5 Overall global markets for mmWave radios
7.6 Total regional TAMs
7.7 K and Ka-band (combined)
7.8 V band
7.9 Lower E-band
7.10 Upper E-Band
7.11 W band
7.12 Complete overview of market forecasts for mmWave radios
7.13mmWave Transceiver Markets
7.14 Total global markets for mmWave transceivers
7.15 Regional total TAMs for mmWave transceivers
7.16 V-band transceiver
7.17 transceivers operating in the lower E-band
7.18 transceivers operating in the upper E-band
7.19 W-band transceiver

APPENDIX Consulting and Related 5G Services

Mentioned companies

  • A1 Telekom Austria Group
  • Accenture
  • America Movil
  • Asia Pacific Telecom
  • AT & T.
  • Soon networks
  • Bell Canada
  • Bouygues Telecom
  • BridgeWave communication
  • British Telecom
  • BT Group
  • Cambium Networks,
  • Cambridge Communications Systems Ltd.
  • Ceragon Networks
  • Charter Communications
  • China mobile device
  • chinese telecom
  • China Unicom
  • CityMesh
  • Realizing
  • Comba Telecom
  • Deutsche Telekom
  • E-band communication
  • Edzcom
  • Elisa Corporation
  • Eravant (formerly SAGE Millimeter)
  • Ericsson
  • Etisalat
  • Federated wireless
  • Fiber tower
  • Filtronic
  • Fujikura
  • Geoverse
  • Clarin Group
  • Huawei Technologies Co.
  • Insego Corp.
  • KDDI
  • KT Corporation
  • LG Uplus Corp.
  • LightPointe
  • Maja Systems
  • Millimeter wave products
  • Milliwave Silicon Solutions Inc.
  • Movandi
  • MTN Group
  • Nokia Corporation
  • NTT DoCoMo
  • NuRAN Wireless Inc.
  • Nxbeam Inc.
  • Ooredoo
  • PRFI (Plextek RFI until mid-2020)
  • Proxim Wireless
  • Qualcomm
  • Rain Company
  • Rakuten Inc.
  • Redline communication
  • Trust Jio
  • REMEC broadband
  • SAF Technika
  • Samsung
  • Siemens
  • Cyclu
  • Singtel (Singapore Telecommunications Ltd.)
  • SK Telecom
  • Skyriver Communications
  • Softbank
  • Sprint Nextel Corporation
  • Telefonica
  • Telenor Group
  • Telia Company
  • Telstra Corporation Limited
  • Telus
  • Three UK (“3”)
  • TIM SpA
  • Turkcell
  • US Cellular
  • Ubiquiti
  • VEON Ltd.
  • Verizon Communications
  • Vodafone Group plc
  • Vubiq Networks
  • Wireless Excellence (“CableFree”)

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