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What’s driving the Private LTE Market growth? Cisco, Casa Systems, AT&T, Nokia, Qualcomm, Huawei, Motorola, Ericsson, ZTE, Future Technologies, Samsung, Verizon, NetNumber, Druid Software, Rivada Networks, Ruckus Networks

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Market Study Report LLC recently introduced new title on “2018-2024 Global Private LTE Market Report” that provides an in-depth overview of industry and competitive landscape, covering multiple market segments and elaborates market outlook and status to 2024.

The private LTE market in Europe is projected to grow at a CAGR of over 30% from 2018 to 2024. The market growth is driven by the huge investments in private LTE and 5G-ready networks that ensure improved connectivity and provide wider coverage. For instance, in January 2018, French mobile telephone operators planned to invest USD 3.7 billion to introduce 4G network to remove the coverage gaps by 2020. The operators including Orange, SFR, Bouygues Telecom and Iliad’s Free Mobile have planned to install 5,000 masts and antennas and ensure network coverage along 30,000km of rail tracks. Various efforts made towards the testing of 5G-ready networks will contribute towards the growth of the private LTE networks. These networks meet the needs of enterprises with specific requirements with respect to coverage, security and low latency. For instance, in February 2018, Germany’s Social Democrats and conservatives signed a coalition agreement to allocate approx. USD 9.67 billion to build gigabit-speed fixed-line data networks over the next four years. The parties aim to construct the 5G networks to enhance coverage, including auctioning licenses on regional basis.

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The global private LTE market is estimated to gain significant impetus over the coming years due to the increasing deployment of LTE networks in mining application and the growing number of smartphone users in the Asia Pacific region. Over the past decade, LTE networks have gained significant popularity across an array of sectors. Recently, for instance, Komatsu America Corp’s autonomous haulage system qualified to run on private LTE mobile broadband technology. This represents the mining sector’s first AHS allowed to operate on private LTE in commercial operations, charting the course for ultra-high systems accessibility and reliability, while conforming to Komatsu’s safety standards. As per Komatsu, mining operators often require wireless networks which support high availability, premium-quality, seamless mobility, and the capacity to support multiple applications and services instantaneously.

Private LTE market is gaining momentum with the increase in deployments for various use cases such as enterprise IIoT applications, defense, transportation, energy and mining. A dedicated network enables organizations to control their own networking environment, customize it as per their requirements and ensures more coverage. For instance, in the critical communications industry, LTE has emerged as one of the most widely adopted networks. The network enables the use of various applications such as live streaming during emergency situations or directing mission-critical assets. The agencies are rapidly embracing dedicated networks to ensure a coordinated response, offer actionable data insights and to enhance situational awareness. Private LTE is also gaining popularity in mission-critical airport communications to enable operators to have a secure control over a smart airport network.

Another factor accelerating the private LTE market growth is the tremendous increase in the number of connected devices and sensors that utilize the dedicated networks to meet the communication and networking requirements of the smart city applications. The applications including, smart transportation, smart lighting, waste management, and smart roads are expected to drive the demand for next-generation networks such as LTE-A and 5G to support the networking requirements in terms of reliability, interoperability and security.

The EPC segment held a majority share accounting for nearly 40% in the private LTE market in 2017. Growing adoption of private LTE among organizations increases the demand for EPC to address the CAPEX concerns while establishing dedicated networks. The EPC solution helps to speed up real-time information uploads and transfers with covered voice and data communications suitable for small and medium-sized networks. As networks are becoming more complex with the introduction of next-generation wireless technologies, the demand for EPC solution to manage the network payload will increase. As per the infrastructure type, the eNodeB market is expected to witness the highest growth rate of over 28% from 2018 to 2024. eNodeB installations are estimated to register a growth rate of around 50% over the forecast timeline amounting to over 329,000 units by 2024. The market growth is driven by their ability to maximize the use of bandwidth of LTE networks to enable high-speed connections.

Vehicular routers in the private LTE market are projected to grow at a CAGR of over 32% over the forecast timeline. The market growth is driven by their ability to provide fast and reliable wireless connectivity for deployments where wired options are too expensive. These routers enable seamless connectivity and are crucial for enabling various applications such as fleet management, video surveillance and monitoring of connected mobile assets.

North America is estimated to hold the largest market share of over 40% by 2024 due to the rise in adoption of private LTE to support the need for low latency networks for mission-critical communications and industrial IoT applications. For instance, in June 2017, Bell, a Canadian communications company launched LTE-M technology to offer the rapidly increasing use of IoT devices on wide area networks in Canada. The LTE-M technology improves the efficiency of IoT devices and provides better coverage in underground and hard to reach locations.

The telecom operators are expanding their footprint in the LTE technology by providing organizations with access to their licensed spectrum so that they can deploy their dedicated LTE networks. For instance, in March 2018, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) supported the Federal Communications Commission?s plan to facilitate the sharing of a 150 MHz radio frequency spectrum band between the U.S. military and private sector users. The additional spectrum facilitates reliable connections for new communication technologies such as 5G. The government authorities are allocating frequency resources so that enterprises can deploy the next-generation networks. For instance, in September 2018, the German government announced its plan of allocating 100MHz of spectrum for large industries, enabling them to create their own networks and bypass licensed mobile operators. The spectrum will be allocated at the time of Germany?s 5G spectrum auction in 2019. Such initiatives are expected to accelerate the evolution of private LTE networks during the forecast timeline.

The growing incorporation of wireless technology in the mining sector to improve capacity, security, and overall performance of mining operations will surge the demand for LTE networks in the coming years. Private LTE market is estimated to witness significant growth from smartphone sales in the ensuing years. This growth is attributable to the increased penetration of smartphone and internet in the developing nations. For example, many smartphone companies are eyeing India for expansion as the regional populace is slowly but steadily entering the online sphere. The smartphone penetration rate in India is expected to rise with 442 million users by the end of 2022. This will certainly drive the demand for LTE-enabled smartphones as they’re known to enhance network experience, thereby helping the private LTE market attain commendable growth over the years ahead.

Table of Content:

Chapter 1. Methodology & Scope

1.1. Methodology

1.1.1. Initial data exploration

1.1.2. Statistical model and forecast

1.1.3. Industry insights and validation

1.1.4. Scope

1.1.5. Definition

1.1.6. Methodology and forecast parameters

1.2. Data Sources

1.2.1. Primary

1.2.2. Secondary

1.2.2.1. Paid sources

1.2.2.2. Public sources

Chapter 2. Executive Summary

2.1. Private LTE industry 360 degree synopsis, 2014- 2024

2.1.1. Component trends

2.1.1.1. Product trends

2.1.1.1.1. Infrastructure trends

2.1.1.1.2. Device trends

2.1.1.2. Service trends

2.1.2. Application trends

Chapter 3. Private LTE Industry Insights

3.1. Introduction

3.2. Industry segmentation

3.3. Industry landscape, 2014-2024

3.4. Private LTE ecosystem analysis

3.4.1. Hardware component providers

3.4.2. Smartphone providers

3.4.3. Telecom service providers

3.4.4. Integrators

3.4.5. Managed service providers

3.4.6. End users

3.5. Advantages of LTE for private wireless networks

3.6. Working/Architecture of Private LTE

3.7. Technology & innovation landscape

3.7.1. Internet of Things (IoT)

3.7.2. 5G network

3.7.3. MulteFire technology

3.7.4. Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS)

3.8. Regulatory landscape

3.8.1. 3GPP Standards Release for LTE, 3GPP Release 8, 2008

3.8.2. Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CRBS) Alliance Baseline Standards

3.8.3. The MulteFire Release 1.0 Specification

3.8.4. ITU Y.3101 Standard (Requirements of the IMT-2020 network (5G))

3.8.5. Recommendations and action plan for 5G roadmap by Steering Committee, India

3.9. Industry impact forces

3.9.1. Growth drivers

3.9.1.1. Growing deployment of private LTE networks in public safety agencies

3.9.1.2. Extensive usage of LTE technology in smart cities applications

3.9.1.3. Enhanced efficiency through secure control of operations

3.9.1.4. Increasing adoption of private LTE networks to efficiently manage autonomous systems remotely

3.9.1.5. Lower latency and high bandwidth

3.9.2. Industry Pitfalls and Challenges

3.9.2.1. Interoperability Issues

3.9.2.2. High deployment cost

3.10. Porter's Analysis

3.10.1. Threat of new entrants

3.10.2. Threat of substitutes

3.10.3. Bargaining power of buyer

3.10.4. Bargaining power of supplier

3.10.5. Industry rivalry

3.11. PESTEL analysis

3.12. Growth potential analysis

Chapter 4. Competitive Landscape, 2017

4.1. Introduction

4.2. Competitive analysis of key market players

4.2.1. Ericsson

4.2.2. Huawei

4.2.3. Nokia

4.2.4. Qualcomm

4.3. Competitive analysis of other prominent vendors

4.3.1. Boingo Wireless

4.3.2. Samsung

4.3.3. Verizon

4.3.4. ZTE

Chapter 5. Private LTE Market, By Component

5.1. Key trends, by component

5.2. Product

5.2.1. Product market estimates and forecast, 2014-2024.

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