Global 5G Impact and Network Sharing Markets Report 2020: Coverage Requirements and Cost Savings - The Main Drivers for Network Sharing
DUBLIN, Jan. 14, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The "5G and Network Sharing - New Era, New Strategies" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
This report reviews the potential impact of 5G on the growing trend of network sharing.
Opening with a thorough recap of traditional network-sharing mechanisms, it then examines how the various features and technologies associated with 5G (slicing, virtualisation, MIMO, DSS) could reconfigure technical options for the implementation of network sharing.
Three advanced use cases in Europe and China are analysed on how they best leverage 5G.
The onward surge of the trend is paving the way, the report concludes, for new business models in network sharing.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Executive Summary
3.5. Massive MIMO and beamforming: their impact on network sharing
3.6. Towards more centralised baseband processing and mutualisation of radio resources
3.7. Network slicing: at the heart of 5G transformation capability
3.8. Towards new forms of spectrum sharing?
4. Status of network sharing in the world: Player strategies
4.1. Vodafone network sharing case study
4.2. Fastweb - WindTre case study
4.3. China Telecom and China Unicom case study
4.4. Case studies: summarised
5. Unleashing new business models
5.1. Network slicing facilitates vertical separation
5.2. The changes that 5G will bring to network sharing
List of tables and figures
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