Global 5G Network Slicing Market Research Report 2021:

Dublin, August 6, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The “Market for cutting 5G networks by infrastructure, spectrum band, segment, industrial vertical, applications and services 2021 – 2026.” the report has been added to At supply.

This report assesses the possibilities of technologies and market prospects for cutting 5G network. The report provides an analysis of market opportunities, including configuration management, performance management, service level agreements, and more. The report also includes 5G networking according to specific uses, such as intelligent manufacturing, which includes remote monitoring, supply chain management, asset management, real-time monitoring and network monitoring.

In addition, the report assesses key segments, such as cutting the 5G network into consumer, corporate and industrial IoT. The report includes global forecasts for each area covered, as well as regional estimates for cutting the 5G network into segments, bandwidth, application and industry vertical by 2026.

As networks become more complex, we see service providers using a more intensive network approach to network management. Accordingly, leading operators include various forms of network optimization, such as network cutting, in their OSS / BSS capabilities. This will be especially important for 5G, as use cases for future applications and services are many and varied in terms of type, industry vertical focus and requirements.

Cutting a 5G network allows a highly programmable multi-service architecture, which consists of three layers (1) a service instance layer, (2) a network segment instance layer, and (3) a resource layer. An important architectural component is the Piece Selection Function (SSF), which handles requests for attachments of devices and new service facilities.

SSF selects the optimal snippet based on user information, device type, and capabilities. This supports one of the important goals of radio access management, which is to maintain the configuration rules for each fragment. Cutting a 5G network also allows the core networks to be logically separated in terms of connectivity and networking capabilities. The separation of the management plane and the user plane is a key aspect of the 5G network cutting market, allowing resources to scale independently.

One of the opportunities for carriers is to use the cutting of the 5G network to develop a new business by expanding the opportunities for virtual network operators (VNOs). Because cutting a 5G network allows multiple logical networks to operate independently, VNO can support many different types of customers, including consumers, businesses, and industry. A network snippet may be completely different for a user using an eMBB application than an industrial URLLC application. For example, cutting a 5G network allows bandwidth isolation, processing, storage and traffic. This allows resources to be allocated to QoS-specific needs.

Perhaps one of the most promising areas for carriers is to take advantage of market opportunities to cut the 5G network to offer dynamic cutting at differentiated prices based on customer needs and resource availability. Factors to consider for each piece allocation include bandwidth availability, latency support, and overall network elasticity to scale to customer needs. Additional factors that determine value and cost to the customer include network homogeneity, connection density, and connection type.

Select report findings:

  • The 5G networking market will reach $ 4.3 billion worldwide by 2026.
  • Global professional 5G cutting services will reach $ 245.8 million by 2026.
  • North America will lead the 5G cutting market, followed by Asia Pac and Europe
  • Grid cutting management will reach $ 20.5 million by 2026 in North America
  • Businesses will lead the market, but smaller organizations will grow 50% faster than corporations
  • Cooperation between system integrators, suppliers and operators is the key to the long-term success of cutting 5G network
  • Leading operators will work hard to build trust and build relationships with vertical partners to optimize 5G solutions
  • A key market segment, private wireless networks will require significant vertical involvement to ensure that 5G cutting meets their needs.
  • There is an urgent need for service providers of all types (operator, managed service, business user) to coordinate with application providers

Main topics covered:

1 Summary

2 Introduction
2.1 Grid cutting
2.2 Activation of technologies
2.3 Software defined networks
2.4 Virtualization of network functions
2.5 SDN and NFV synergies for 5G service classes
2.6 Related technologies: Edge Computing

3 5G network capabilities and requirements
3.1 The road to fifth generation wireless
3.2 5G technology, opportunities and challenges
3.3 5G applications and services by segments
3.4 5G custom applications
3.5 5G business applications

4 Dynamics of the 5G network cutting market
4.1 Drivers
4.1.1 Availability of accessible high-speed network services
4.1.2 Increasing penetration of smartphones and increasing data traffic
4.1.3 Smart cities that stimulate the adoption of IoT devices in various industries
4.2 Challenges
4.2.1 Mobility management:
4.2.2 Network slicing security issues

5 Cases for using the market to cut a 5G network
5.1 Virtual reality and augmented reality
5.2 Cars
5.3 Healthcare
5.4 Electrical network
5.5 Sports

6 Market analysis and forecasts for cutting 5G networks
6.1 Global market forecast 2021 – 2026
6.2 Common market for cutting 5G networks
6.3 Market of segments of 5G networks by segments Market for technologies for cutting 5G networks Market of RF components for cutting 5G network 5G Network Cutting Services Market 5G professional services market 5G network management services market 5G QoE customer service market 5G Management Services Market 5G lifecycle management services market 5G configuration management services market 5G Performance Management Services Market 5G SLA Customer Market 5G Network Orchestration Services Market
6.4 Market for cutting 5G networks from radio frequency spectra
6.5 5G Network Cutting Application Market Custom IoT applications market for 5G network slicing 5G Network Enterprise / Industrial IoT Application Market
6.6 Market for cutting 5G networks by industry
6.7 Forecast for the regional market 2021 – 2026
6.8 Market of 5G networks for division by regions

7 Analysis of the company for cutting 5G networks
7.1 Cisco Systems, Inc.
7.2 LM Ericsson telephony equipment
7.3 Huawei
7.4 Nokia
7.5 Intel
7.6 Samsung
7.7 ZTE
7.8 Telefonica SA
7.9 Deutsche Telekom AG

8 Conclusions and recommendations

9 Application: Edge Computing
9.1 Edge Computing Market Development
9.2 Operational considerations for Edge Computing
9.3 Mobile Edge Computing and Network Slicing

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