5G: The Driving Force Behind Mobile Operator Revenue

POSTED BY Sam Barker
Despite 2020 only being its first full year of commercial service, 5G is expected to become the driving force behind mobile operator revenue. Indeed, a new study from Juniper Research anticipates that 5G revenue will represent 44% of global operator billed revenue, thanks to the rapid migration of 4G mobile subscribers to 5G networks and new business use cases enabled by 5G technology. One of the reasons behind this growth is that 5G roll-outs are highly resilient to the COVID-19 pandemic, as supply chain disruptions caused by the initial periods of the pandemic have been mitigated through modified physical roll-out procedures.

5G Paving the Way for Cars with Embedded Connectivity

POSTED BY Sam Barker
A new study from Juniper Research has found that the number of vehicles with embedded connectivity will reach 200 million globally by 2025; rising from 110 million in 2020. As a result, we predict both 5G adoption and the incorporation of embedded eSIMS will be a catalyst for this growth; making operators some of the main beneficiaries of this new trend.

5G Network Launches Near: Operators Begin ROI Strategies

POSTED BY Sam Barker
5G, the next iteration of wireless cellular technologies, is currently reaching its final stages of development and commercialisation by MNOs (Mobile Network Operators) and industry stakeholders.

5G: Investments & IoT Opportunities

POSTED BY Sam Barker
Juniper anticipates that the introduction of 5G services will take a somewhat different path to the implementation of 4G and the subsequent updates to protocols. As a result, Juniper believes that operators cannot rely on previous methods of implementing 4G networks.

5G is coming, but what does it mean?

POSTED BY Nitin Bhas
The ‘5G Vision’ includes key requisites such as network speeds of at least 10Gbps, 1ms latency or less, improved spectral efficiency, low energy consumption, better battery life, higher device density - along with improved reliability and flexibility. Sounds good right?