Asia-Pacific Private 5G Network Market, Forecast to 2025

Asia-Pacific Private 5G Network Market, Forecast to 2025

Private 5G Network Development is the Key to Enterprise Segment Growth

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07-May-2020
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Asia Pacific
Research Code: 9ABE-00-50-00-00
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A new generation of private 5G networks is emerging to address critical wireless communication requirements. A private 5G network can be defined as a cordless and seamless local area network that makes use of 5G technologies to build a network with dedicated bandwidth and infrastructure. This will help support enterprise connectivity needs.

New digital use cases, such as robotics, automated guided vehicles, and augmented and virtual reality are increasingly being used in day-to-day operations. These use cases will require networking, computing, and storage capacity to work. Private 5G networks will be able to provide such capabilities and enable new use cases.

Private 5G network will open the opportunity to a host of previously infeasible applications, enabling industrial-scale Internet of Things (IoT) networks in factories, warehouses, ports and more. Unlike a public network, a private 5G network can be configured to an enterprise’s specific needs.

There are multiple approaches to deploying a private 5G network. Large companies are likely to install private 5G networks using fully owned infrastructure and dedicated spectrum, managing these network in-house or through an outsourced mobile operator. Medium-sized and small-sized companies are more likely to lease network equipment, outsource network management, and sublease spectrum from a public mobile operator. In order to enable widespread adoption of private 5G networks, collaboration will be crucial for in-depth knowledge and expertise across industry segments.

The concept is not new. 5G technologies will serve as an enhancement and will accommodate the skyrocketing data that will be present across networks which has been difficult with existing technologies.

For example, the manufacturing industry is highly interested in private networks for its factories. In fact, several automakers in APAC, such as BMW Brilliance Automotive and First Automobile Works (FWA), both from China, have expressed interest to operate and maintain private 5G networks.

The manufacturing, logistics and transportation, and healthcare sectors will present the biggest opportunities for private 5G networks in Asia-Pacific. Out of all the potential deployments, manufacturing, logistics and transportation, and healthcare sectors are expected to account for 28.7%, 15.4%, and 15.9%, respectively, in 2025. As the number of connected devices in the industrial environment increases, it will become a requirement to deploy private 5G networks to handle the vast amount of data.


Research Highlights

This research service covers the impact of private 5G networks on key vertical industries in Asia-Pacific. It discusses the market overview and forecast and trends in the region. The enablers and inhibitors of private 5G networks in each key vertical are analyzed, along with their potential, impact and monetization. Relevant use cases that private 5G network will enable are also discussed. Key technologies, key enablers, and strategies are further analyzed to prepare market participants for the private 5G network market.

Countries covered include Australia, China, Japan, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, and South Korea. Companies mentioned in this study include, but are not limited to, BMW, Celcom, China Mobile, China Unicom, China Telecom, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Ericsson, Huawei, KDDI, KT Corporation, Mitsubishi, NEC, Nokia, NTT DoCoMo, NTT Communications, Reliance Jio, SK Telecom, Softbank, Sumitomo, Telstra, Qualcomm, and ZTE.

Table of Contents

Key Findings—Trends Driving Private 5G Network

Key Questions this Study will Answer

Forecast Assumption

Market Potential Forecast

Forecast Discussion

Forecast—Appendix

5G—Market Definitions

What is 5G?

Key Advantages of 5G

Comparison of 5G and 4G LTE

5G Enterprise

Timeframe for Enterprise With 5G

Private 5G Network for Enterprise

Map of Major Private Network Developments—Global

Private 5G Network—Market Trends

Market Trends—Global Impact of COVID-19 on 5G

Impact of COVID-19 on 5G in Asia-Pacific

Market Drivers

Drivers Explained

Market Restraints

Restraints Explained

Challenges and Benefits and Their Impact on an Enterprise

The Different Types of Private Networks

5G Networks Versus Wi-Fi 6 Networks

Private 5G Network to Support Industry 4.0

Digital Indoor System (DIS) as a Solution for Private 5G networks

Importance of Indoor Navigation Systems to Grow

Key Enabler—Cloud Computing

Key Enabler—Edge Computing

Key Enabler—IIoT Sensors

Key Enabler—Spectrum Availability, Allocation, and Usage

Bands for Private 5G Network

Factors Driving Key Requirements

5G NSA and SA

Key Requirements—5G SA

Key Requirements—5G SA (continued)

Key Requirements—5G NR

Recommendations as a Result of Analysis of Key Requirements

Private 5G Network Deployment

Private 5G Network Deployment—In-house

Private 5G Network Deployment—In-house (continued)

Private 5G Network Deployment—Mobile Operator

Private 5G Network Deployment—Mobile Operator (continued)

Which Model Should Enterprises Adopt?

Private 5G Network—Manufacturing

Private 5G Network—Manufacturing Applications

Private 5G Network—Manufacturing Use Cases

Private 5G Network—Manufacturing Use Cases (continued)

Private 5G Network in Manufacturing Case Studies

Private 5G Network—Healthcare

Private 5G Network—Healthcare Applications

Private 5G Network—Healthcare Use Cases

Private 5G Network—Healthcare Use Cases (continued)

Private 5G Network in Healthcare Case Studies

Private 5G Network—Logistics and Transportation

Private 5G Network—Logistics and Transportation Applications

Private 5G Network—Logistics and Transportation Use Cases

Private 5G Network—Logistics and Transportation Use Cases (continued)

Private 5G Networks in Logistics and Transportation Case Studies

Private 5G Network—Oil and Mining

Private 5G Network—Oil and Mining (continued)

Private 5G Network—Oil and Mining Use Cases

Private 5G Network—Oil and Mining Use Cases (continued)

Private 5G Network in Oil and Mining Case Studies

Private 5G Network—Financial Services

Private 5G Network—Financial Services (continued)

Private 5G Network—Financial Services Use Cases

Private 5G Network—Financial Services Use Cases (continued)

Private 5G Network in Financial Services Case Studies

Private 5G Network—Roadmap

Private 5G Network—Key Findings in Asia-Pacific

List of Private Network Providers

Role of Third-party Providers

Third-party Private Network Providers

Challenges for Mobile Operators

Recommendations for Mobile Operators

Strategies for Market Participants

Growth Opportunity 1—Industrial Automation

Growth Opportunity 2—Remote Monitoring

Growth Opportunity 3—Smart Manufacturing

Growth Opportunity 4—Industrial Internet of Things

Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

The Last Word—Conclusion and Recommendations

The Last Word—3 Big Predictions

Legal Disclaimer

Acronyms

List of Exhibits

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition—Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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A new generation of private 5G networks is emerging to address critical wireless communication requirements. A private 5G network can be defined as a cordless and seamless local area network that makes use of 5G technologies to build a network with dedicated bandwidth and infrastructure. This will help support enterprise connectivity needs. New digital use cases, such as robotics, automated guided vehicles, and augmented and virtual reality are increasingly being used in day-to-day operations. These use cases will require networking, computing, and storage capacity to work. Private 5G networks will be able to provide such capabilities and enable new use cases. Private 5G network will open the opportunity to a host of previously infeasible applications, enabling industrial-scale Internet of Things (IoT) networks in factories, warehouses, ports and more. Unlike a public network, a private 5G network can be configured to an enterprise’s specific needs. There are multiple approaches to deploying a private 5G network. Large companies are likely to install private 5G networks using fully owned infrastructure and dedicated spectrum, managing these network in-house or through an outsourced mobile operator. Medium-sized and small-sized companies are more likely to lease network equipment, outsource network management, and sublease spectrum from a public mobile operator. In order to enable widespread adoption of private 5G networks, collaboration will be crucial for in-depth knowledge and expertise across industry segments. The concept is not new. 5G technologies will serve as an enhancement and will accommodate the skyrocketing data that will be present across networks which has been difficult with existing technologies. For example, the manufacturing industry is highly interested in private networks for its factories. In fact, several automakers in APAC, such as BMW Brilliance Automotive and First Automobile Works (FWA), both from China, have expressed interest to operate and maintain private 5G networks. The manufacturing, logistics and transportation, and healthcare sectors will present the biggest opportunities for private 5G networks in Asia-Pacific. Out of all the potential deployments, manufacturing, logistics and transportation, and healthcare sectors are expected to account for 28.7Percentage, 15.4Percentage, and 15.9Percentage, respectively, in 2025. As the number of connected devices in the industrial environment increases, it will become a requirement to deploy private 5G networks to handle the vast amount of data.--BEGIN PROMO--

Research Highlights

This research service covers the impact of private 5G networks on key vertical industries in Asia-Pacific. It discusses the market overview and forecast and trends in the region. The enablers and inhibitors of private 5G networks in each key vertical are analyzed, along with their potential, impact and monetization. Relevant use cases that private 5G network will enable are also discussed. Key technologies, key enablers, and strategies are further analyzed to prepare market participants for the private 5G network market.

Countries covered include Australia, China, Japan, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, and South Korea. Companies mentioned in this study include, but are not limited to, BMW, Celcom, China Mobile, China Unicom, China Telecom, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Ericsson, Huawei, KDDI, KT Corporation, Mitsubishi, NEC, Nokia, NTT DoCoMo, NTT Communications, Reliance Jio, SK Telecom, Softbank, Sumitomo, Telstra, Qualcomm, and ZTE.

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