Key Verticals to be Transformed by 5G in Asia-Pacific, 2018–2026

Key Verticals to be Transformed by 5G in Asia-Pacific, 2018–2026

Focus is Key, as Certain Verticals Will Experience Stronger Growth Than Others

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17-Sep-2019
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Asia Pacific
Research Code: 9ABE-00-4E-00-00
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5G will enable a new era of mobile Internet of Everything (IoE), with its lower latency and faster speeds. As a result, it will bring new participants from various industries, including transportation, manufacturing, healthcare, and entertainment. This will facilitate the evolution of business models and is expected to create economic value.

5G technologies, such as artificial intelligence, edge computing, and automated control, will especially enhance Internet of Things (IoT) use cases and create 5G-enabled revenue growth opportunity for mobile operators. Demand is building for small-scale private networks and 5G-ready networks within Industrial IoT (IoT). The government sector, in particular, is expected to contribute the largest revenue component among key verticals as a result of adoption of automation technologies and smart city applications.

Security is a critical success factor, as 5G will enable Massive Internet of Things (MIoT) applications, such as traffic sensors and Vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) services. It is critical that hackers do not get access to sensitive data, hijack IoT devices, or disrupt the 5G services. In view of this, security has been a top priority in most industries, particularly in healthcare and finance.

In order to transform industry applications and business models, the integration of 5G with other technologies is highly recommended. Network slicing being a significant feature in 5G, enables connectivity and data processors to be tailored to specific requirements and provide end-to-end virtual systems for the industry.

It is predicted that the region would see more edge computing utilization within 5G networks. Manufacturing, government, and the transportation industry will be among the initial few industries to experience the impact of 5G. The current increasing demand for video content indicates that 5G will bring a new dimension to the media and entertainment industry in Asia-Pacific.

As a result, the total 5G market in Asia-Pacific is expected to grow to approximately to US$279 billion in 2026. There are 7 major industries that will contribute to this: government, manufacturing, transportation, finance, retail, agriculture, and media and entertainment. The key drivers of implementing 5G within these industries are the potential revenue growth opportunities for mobile operators and new business models.

This paper covers the transformational impact on key verticals with the upcoming introduction of 5G in Asia-Pacific. It provides a market overview, forecast, and trends in the region. The enablers and inhibitors of 5G in each key vertical are analyzed, along with their 5G potential, impact, and business models and monetization. The threats and vulnerability of 5G networks is also discussed. Security aspects and effectiveness of various security solutions are further analyzed to prepare mobile operators from a security standpoint.

Countries covered include Australia, China, Japan, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, and Taiwan. The companies mentioned in this study include, but are not limited to, AT&T, Audi, AXA Insurance, BMW, BSNL, Bosch, China Mobile, China Unicom, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Deutsche Telekom, Einride, Ericsson, Huawei, iCliniq, Intel, KDDI, KT Corporation, Lexus, LG Uplus, NEC, Nokia, NTT Docomo, OCBC Bank, PTC, Reliance Jio, Samsung, Singtel, SK Telecom, Softbank, Starhub, Telstra, Toyota, Volvo, Wakayama, ZTE.

Table of Contents

Key Findings

Market Definitions

Key Questions this Study will Answer

Forecast Assumptions

Percent Revenue Forecast by Service

Revenue Forecast by Service

Revenue Forecast Discussion by Service

Financial Services Vertical Market

Financial Services Vertical Market (continued)

Financial Services Vertical Market (continued)

Financial Services Vertical Market (continued)

Financial Services—Key Technology Driver of Respective Verticals

Financial Services—5G's Impact on the Growth of Sub-verticals

Manufacturing Vertical Market

Manufacturing Vertical Market (continued)

Manufacturing Vertical Market (continued)

Manufacturing Vertical Market (continued)

Manufacturing—Key Technology Driver of Respective Verticals

Manufacturing—5G's Impact on the Growth of Sub-verticals

Transportation Vertical Market

Transportation—5G Vertical Market

Transportation—5G Vertical Market (continued)

Transportation—5G Vertical Market (continued)

Transportation—Key Technology Drivers

Transportation—Impact of 5G on the Growth of Sub-verticals

Healthcare Vertical Market

Healthcare Vertical Market (continued)

Healthcare Vertical Market (continued)

Healthcare Vertical Market (continued)

Healthcare—Key Technology Drivers of Sub-verticals

Healthcare—Impact of 5G on the Growth of Sub-verticals

Media and Entertainment Vertical Markets

Media and Entertainment—5G Vertical Market

Media and Entertainment—5G Vertical Market (continued)

Media and Entertainment—5G Vertical Market (continued)

Media and Entertainment—5G Vertical Market (continued)

Media and Entertainment—5G Vertical Market (continued)

Media and Entertainment—Key Technology Drivers of Sub-verticals

Media and Entertainment—Impact of 5G on the Growth of Sub-verticals

Government Services Vertical Market

Government Services—5G Vertical Market

Government Services—5G Vertical Market (continued)

Government Services—5G Vertical Market (continued)

Government Services—Key Technology Drivers of Sub-verticals

Government Services—Impact of 5G on the Growth of Sub-verticals

Threats in 5G Mobile Networks

Vulnerabilities of 5G Mobile Networks

Implications of a DDoS Attack on 5G networks

How Mobile Operators Can Adequately Prepare for 5G From a Security Standpoint?

Relevant KPIs and Effectiveness of Security Solutions

Radio Access Network (RAN) Vendor Market Positioning

Vendor Strategies and Vertical Perspective for 5G

5G Use Case—Transportation Industry

5G Use Case—Manufacturing Industry

5G Use Case—Healthcare Industry

Growth Opportunity 1—Smart Cities

Growth Opportunity 2—Autonomous Driving

Growth Opportunity 3—Private Networks

Growth Opportunity 4—Augmented and Virtual Reality Applications

Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

The Last Word—Conclusion

The Last Word—3 Big Predictions

Legal Disclaimer

Acronyms

List of Exhibits

List of Exhibits (continued)

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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5G will enable a new era of mobile Internet of Everything (IoE), with its lower latency and faster speeds. As a result, it will bring new participants from various industries, including transportation, manufacturing, healthcare, and entertainment. This will facilitate the evolution of business models and is expected to create economic value. 5G technologies, such as artificial intelligence, edge computing, and automated control, will especially enhance Internet of Things (IoT) use cases and create 5G-enabled revenue growth opportunity for mobile operators. Demand is building for small-scale private networks and 5G-ready networks within Industrial IoT (IoT). The government sector, in particular, is expected to contribute the largest revenue component among key verticals as a result of adoption of automation technologies and smart city applications. Security is a critical success factor, as 5G will enable Massive Internet of Things (MIoT) applications, such as traffic sensors and Vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) services. It is critical that hackers do not get access to sensitive data, hijack IoT devices, or disrupt the 5G services. In view of this, security has been a top priority in most industries, particularly in healthcare and finance. In order to transform industry applications and business models, the integration of 5G with other technologies is highly recommended. Network slicing being a significant feature in 5G, enables connectivity and data processors to be tailored to specific requirements and provide end-to-end virtual systems for the industry. It is predicted that the region would see more edge computing utilization within 5G networks. Manufacturing, government, and the transportation industry will be among the initial few industries to experience the impact of 5G. The current increasing demand for video content indicates that 5G will bring a new dimension to the media and entertainment industry in Asia-Pacific. As a result, the total 5G market in Asia-Pacific is expected to grow to approximately to US$279 billion in 2026. There are 7 major industries that will contribute to this: government, manufacturing, transportation, finance, retail, agriculture, and media and entertainment. The key drivers of implementing 5G within these industries are the potential revenue growth opportunities for mobile operators and new business models. This paper covers the transformational impact on key verticals with the upcoming introduction of 5G in Asia-Pacific. It provides a market overview, forecast, and trends in the region. The enablers and inhibitors of 5G in each key vertical are analyzed, along with their 5G potential, impact, and business models and monetization. The threats and vulnerability of 5G networks is also discussed. Security aspects and effectiveness of various security solutions are further analyzed to prepare mobile operators from a security standpoint. Countries covered include Australia, China, Japan, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, and Taiwan. The companies mentioned in this study include, but are not limited to, AT&T, Audi, AXA Insurance, BMW, BSNL, Bosch, China Mobile, China Unicom, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Deutsche Telekom, Einride, Ericsson, Huawei, iCliniq, Intel, KDDI, KT Corporation, Lexus, LG Uplus, NEC, Nokia, NTT Docomo, OCBC Bank, PTC, Reliance Jio, Samsung, Singtel, SK Telecom, Softbank, Starhub, Telstra, Toyota, Volvo, Wakayama, ZTE.
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Author Sofea Zukarnain
Industries Telecom
WIP Number 9ABE-00-4E-00-00
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GPS Codes 9702-C1,9705-C1,9657,9838-C1,9A66-C1