Operator Strategies and Vertical Perspectives for 5G in Europe, Forecast to 2024

Different Strategies Used for the Upgrade, Implementation, and Regulation of 5G Technology

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Modern mobile networks need to be capable of supporting a wide range of bandwidth demanding services including multimedia, video conferencing, and online shopping. Operators often struggle to maintain constant connections for their subscribers, as evidenced by occasional connection losses in certain areas at peak times. Despite recent network upgrades to 4G technology, actual speeds attained by subscribers are still often much lower than maximum possible speeds; moreover, in the next decade, the number of mobile devices is set to increase exponentially.Operators are now looking to upgrade their networks using 5G technology that is capable of supporting existing services as well as new services such as enhanced

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Executive SummaryKey FindingsIntroduction to 5GModern Mobile Network Requirements5G—Meeting the Needs of the Modern WorldMobile Technology Evolution2G and 3G—Precursors to Ubiquitous Mobile Broadband4G—The Technology for Today’s Mobile Broadband5G and its Use in IoT and eMBBFixed Wireless Access and 5GWhy 5G?Key AdvantagesKey Mobile Broadband Standards SummarisedCarrier Aggregation and its Role in LTE-A TechnologyExisting Networks and Growth in Mobile DevicesImportance of Reduced LatencyEnvironmental Impact of 5G5G and IoT—Impact and Growth5G and IoT—Advantages and Limitations5G Enabling and Facilitating TechnologiesAvailability and Location of mmWavesmmWaves—Advantages and LimitationsMassive MIMO—Definitions and TrialsMassive MIMO—Advantages and Limitations3D Beamforming—Definition3D Beamforming—Advantages and LimitationsSmall Cells—Definition and ClassificationSmall Cells—Advantages and LimitationsTime Division Duplex—DefinitionTime Division Duplex—Advantages and LimitationsBusiness Case for 5GRevenue Projection for 5GNetwork Slicing and 5G Revenue StreamsThree Main Sources of 5G RevenueMassive MTC and Key Vertical MarketsCritical MTC and Key Mission Critical ServiceseMBB BenefitsVertical Markets 1—Industry/Manufacturing (IIoT)Vertical Markets 2—Street Lighting in Smart CitiesVertical Markets 3—Public and Private TransportationRecent 5G ProjectsVodafone Italy and UKVodafone UK and IrelandTelefonica Germany and UKTelefonica EspanaDeutsche TelecomBritish Telecom (BT)EverythingEverywhere (EE)Telecom Italia Mobile (TIM)Orange France and RomaniaTelenor Norway and SwedenElisa FinlandMTS RussiaMTS Russia (continued)5G Regulatory Test BedsEuropean Commission and 5G Expansion UK and its Plans for Selling Available SpectrumUK Bidding Auction and Legal DelaysUK Spectrum Auctions SummarisedItalian Regulator and its Plans for a Tri-band AuctionItalian Spectrum Auctions SummarisedSpanish National 5G PlansSpanish Spectrum Auctions SummarisedGerman Regulatory 5G Plans and ObjectionsGerman Spectrum Auctions SummarisedTimeline for 5G ImplementationGrowth Opportunities and Companies to ActionGrowth Opportunity 1—5G NetworksGrowth Opportunity 2—Emerging MarketsGrowth Opportunity 3—Vertical-specific SolutionsStrategic Imperatives for Success and Growth The Last WordThe Last Word—TakeawaysLegal DisclaimerAppendixList of ExhibitsList of Exhibits (continued)List of Exhibits (continued)List of Exhibits (continued)List of AcronymsList of Acronyms (continued)List of Acronyms (continued)List of Acronyms (continued)The Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy

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