APAC 5G Total Market Growth Opportunities

APAC 5G Total Market Growth Opportunities

5G Network Slicing, in Combination With Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC), and Private Networks, to Boost Overall 5G Market Growth

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12-Jan-2022
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Asia Pacific
Research Code: PC88-01-00-00-00
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Overall, the total 5G revenue in APAC will increase from $2.13 billion in 2020 to $23.89 billion in 2025, at a CAGR of 62.2% from 2020 to 2025. Revenue will be mainly driven by 5G connectivity, as the main contributor between 2020 and 2025. From 2021, revenue from 5G network slicing will start to contribute to the total revenue in APAC, and by 2025, it will account for 41.8% of the total revenue.

China, South Korea, and Japan are the top-3 countries where significant growth in 5G revenue is anticipated during the next 5 years. Their contribution to the overall revenue will drop from 91% in 2020 to 73% in 2025, as other countries will start to contribute toward total 5G revenue in APAC. 5G network slicing will be important for these countries, and by 2025, these countries will account for 81.6% of the total 5G network slicing revenue in APAC.

5G is developing at a time when 4G is yet to mature. It is on track for growth and will benefit from the incorporation of 5G network slicing into the current technology mix, i.e., along with Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC) and private networks. Together with more flexible and real-time Operations Support System and Business Support System (OSS/BSS) tools, the monetization potential for mobile operators is starting to crystalize as 5G is entering into the mass-market stage.

The true power of 5G comes out when it gets incorporated into solutions within the industry and enables a distinguishable improvement in performance over 4G. End-to-end 5G solutions are needed at the right places for the right people. There is still much work to be done to help justify the underlying business case for 5G. Lack of spectrum is less of an issue if the business model will not work.

Across APAC, local government push is observable in most countries, with many initiatives underway to harness the power of 5G to digitally transform their countries. It would be ideal if APAC economies can benefit from a plan and a roadmap to leverage 5G, because the region can greatly benefit from concerted digital economic progress and the benefits can be derived from regional 5G volume. Furthermore, with the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) in place from 1 January 2022, there is ample room for 5G to support the post-pandemic recovery in the region.

5G network slicing, in combination with MEC and private networks, is expected to boost the overall 5G market growth in APAC over the study period.

This study covers the Asia-Pacific market, focusing on developing countries, including China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam, and developed countries, including Australia, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, and South Korea.

The target audience for this research service includes telecommunications, media and entertainment, manufacturing, healthcare, government and public sector, and transportation and logistics professionals who want to understand how to strategically plan to incorporate 5G into their business operations.

Author: Mei Lee Quah

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Table of Contents

Why Is It Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top 3 Strategic Imperatives on 5G

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Scope of Analysis

5G Segmentation

Key Competitors for 5G

Key Growth Metrics for 5G

Growth Drivers for 5G

Growth Restraints for 5G

Forecast Assumptions for 5G

Forecast Assumptions for 5G (continued)

Revenue Forecast for 5G

Revenue Forecast for 5G by Product Segment

Revenue Forecast for 5G by Country

Revenue Forecast Analysis for 5G

Revenue Forecast Analysis for 5G (continued)

Subscriber Forecast for 5G by Country

Subscriber Forecast Analysis for 5G

Competitive Environment in 5G

Revenue Share of Top Participants in 5G

Revenue Share Analysis of Top 5G Participants in APAC

China—Key Growth Metrics for 5G

China—Revenue Forecast for 5G

China—Revenue Forecast Analysis for 5G

Japan—Key Growth Metrics for 5G

Japan—Revenue Forecast for 5G

Japan—Revenue Forecast Analysis for 5G

South Korea—Key Growth Metrics for 5G

South Korea—Revenue Forecast for 5G

South Korea—Revenue Forecast Analysis for 5G

Australia—Key Growth Metrics for 5G

Australia—Revenue Forecast for 5G

Australia—Revenue Forecast Analysis for 5G

Others—Key Growth Metrics for 5G

Others—Revenue Forecast for 5G

Others—Revenue Forecast Analysis for India

Others—Revenue Forecast Analysis for Thailand

Others—Revenue Forecast Analysis for Singapore

Other—Revenue Forecast Analysis for New Zealand

Others—Revenue Forecast Analysis for Indonesia

Others—Revenue Forecast Analysis for Vietnam

Others—Revenue Forecast Analysis for the Philippines

Others—Revenue Forecast Analysis for Malaysia

Use Cases and Business Models Requiring 5G Connectivity

Use Cases and Business Models Requiring 5G Network Slicing

Use Cases and Business Models Requiring 5G Network Slicing and MEC

Growth Opportunity 1—5G Deployments for Customer Segment Needs

Growth Opportunity 1—5G Deployments for Customer Segment Needs (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2—5G-enabled MEC for Mission Critical Applications

Growth Opportunity 2—5G-enabled MEC for Mission Critical Applications (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3—5G-enabled Business Solutions for the Enterprise Segment

Growth Opportunity 3—5G-enabled Business Solutions for the Enterprise Segment (continued)

Conclusions and Recommendations

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Why Frost, Why Now?

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Overall, the total 5G revenue in APAC will increase from $2.13 billion in 2020 to $23.89 billion in 2025, at a CAGR of 62.2% from 2020 to 2025. Revenue will be mainly driven by 5G connectivity, as the main contributor between 2020 and 2025. From 2021, revenue from 5G network slicing will start to contribute to the total revenue in APAC, and by 2025, it will account for 41.8% of the total revenue. China, South Korea, and Japan are the top-3 countries where significant growth in 5G revenue is anticipated during the next 5 years. Their contribution to the overall revenue will drop from 91% in 2020 to 73% in 2025, as other countries will start to contribute toward total 5G revenue in APAC. 5G network slicing will be important for these countries, and by 2025, these countries will account for 81.6% of the total 5G network slicing revenue in APAC. 5G is developing at a time when 4G is yet to mature. It is on track for growth and will benefit from the incorporation of 5G network slicing into the current technology mix, i.e., along with Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC) and private networks. Together with more flexible and real-time Operations Support System and Business Support System (OSS/BSS) tools, the monetization potential for mobile operators is starting to crystalize as 5G is entering into the mass-market stage. The true power of 5G comes out when it gets incorporated into solutions within the industry and enables a distinguishable improvement in performance over 4G. End-to-end 5G solutions are needed at the right places for the right people. There is still much work to be done to help justify the underlying business case for 5G. Lack of spectrum is less of an issue if the business model will not work. Across APAC, local government push is observable in most countries, with many initiatives underway to harness the power of 5G to digitally transform their countries. It would be ideal if APAC economies can benefit from a plan and a roadmap to leverage 5G, because the region can greatly benefit from concerted digital economic progress and the benefits can be derived from regional 5G volume. Furthermore, with the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) in place from 1 January 2022, there is ample room for 5G to support the post-pandemic recovery in the region. 5G network slicing, in combination with MEC and private networks, is expected to boost the overall 5G market growth in APAC over the study period. This study covers the Asia-Pacific market, focusing on developing countries, including China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam, and developed countries, including Australia, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, and South Korea. The target audience for this research service includes telecommunications, media and entertainment, manufacturing, healthcare, government and public sector, and transportation and logistics professionals who want to understand how to strategically plan to incorporate 5G into their business operations. Author: Mei Lee Quah
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