Summary “5G Market Demand and Service Revenue Forecast to 2026”, a Global Outlook Report , offers analysis of the growth opportunities in the mobile 5G market, looking at the current state of play and examining the main growth drivers in five different regions.
New York, Oct. 07, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report "5G Market Demand and Service Revenue Forecast to 2026 – Global Market Overview, Regional Trend Analysis and Revenue Opportunities" – https://www.reportlinker.com/p06169566/?utm_source=GNW
At year-end 2026 there will be 4.1 billion 5G mobile subscriptions worldwide. This will be equivalent to 37.1% of total global mobile subscriptions. Asia-Pacific will account for the largest share of worldwide mobile 5G connections with 64% at end-2026, followed by Europe, North America, Africa & Middle East and Latin America.
The report includes the following sections –
– Executive Summary
– Global Overview: this section provides a general analysis of mobile 5G adoption and revenue trends globally in 2020-2026, looking at the main growth drivers for the period.
– Regional trends: five regional profiles are presented – North America, Asia Pacific, Europe, Africa & the Middle East and Latin America – providing 2020-2026 mobile 5G adoption forecasts, growth drivers and the revenue opportunity. This section also covers key regional mobile 5G developments including commercialization plans, spectrum allocations and use cases.
– At year-end 2026 there will be 4.1 billion 5G mobile subscriptions worldwide. This will be equivalent to 37.1% of total global mobile subscriptions
– In 2026, North America will be the region where 5G technology makes its biggest contribution to the region’s mobile service revenue, while APAC and Europe will rank second and third, respectively.
Reasons to Buy
– “5G Market Demand and Service Revenue Forecast” examines mobile 5G market adoption and revenue growth trends, providing 2020-2026 global and regional subscription and revenue forecasts.
– The report analyses the state of the 5G market, the current trends, drivers and market dynamics leading to 5G service launches and expansion in North America, Asia Pacific, Europe, Africa and the Middle East and Latin America.
– This analysis is useful for telecom executives to evaluate their position vis-à-vis the major growth opportunities in 5G and make informed decisions about strategic investments, value propositions and 5G growth strategies.
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