Strategy Analytics' Service Provider Group publishes a report titled "Leading 5G RAN Vendor Comparison and 2023 Global Market Potential in 2023 - Ericsson, Huawei and Nokia", predicting that with the global 5G market taking off, based on the 5G users served Among the 5G wireless access network (RN) market share, Huawei will have a lead of about two percentage points. Huawei has benefited from the huge scale and long-term stable R&D investment of China's early 5G market. Driven by rising global market size, other leading 5G RAN vendors  – Ericsson and Nokia – will become Huawei's strong competitors. As market competition intensifies, Samsung and ZTE are expected to expand their global business with emerging OpenRAN suppliers.
As shown above, although excluded from the US market, the report predicts that Huawei RAN equipment will serve more global 5G users than its traditional competitors. About 2 percentage points.
Strategy Analytics Research Director Yang Guang explained: “The R&D investment supported by market size is affecting the long-term competitiveness of 5G infrastructure suppliers. The most critical factor. Huawei's 5G R&D investment has maintained steady growth, laying the foundation for the long-term development of 5G technology and indicating a good prospect for technological development.
Philaton Analytics Executive Research Director Phil Kendall added: "By 2023, 5G will eventually achieve economies of scale, driving down the cost per GB of traffic, making 5G global It becomes an economically applicable technology within the scope. This will push up the level of competition in the global 5G market. Even if some small emerging companies occupy certain market segments, the fierce competition of Huawei, Ericsson and Nokia in the 5G wireless access market will reduce mobile.Costs in all areas of the Internet of Things and fixed 5G applications. ”
Key findings from the report:
Strategy Analytics estimates that Huawei Ericsson and Nokia's respective RAN devices will serve 22% - 25% of the world's 5G users respectively
In the "Other" section, Samsung, ZTE And emerging OpenRAN vendors will serve approximately 30% of global 5G users
Strategy Analytics expects global 5G wireless access devices to become highly competitive by 2023 In the market, the scale of the economy will drive the cost per GB of traffic to continue to decline, making 5G an affordable technology that can be afforded by consumers and businesses worldwide.
5G will be China For the first time, it became the starting market for next-generation wireless technology.The huge scale of China's early market is expected to make the 5G cost drop faster than previous generations of technology.
Companies that can compete effectively in the Chinese market may further enhance their global market position. China's 5G market deserves close attention.
 Full name: Global Wireless Access Network (RAN) Infrastructure Equipment Market