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As we draw close to 5G becoming a commercial reality-it is interesting to observe the different progress taking place in countries around the world. There is tremendous activity taking place with network upgrades, spectrum allocation, government policy and trials and testing being conducted in every region, with some taking greater strides than others. Amongst all of this activity; there are a number of countries emerging as 5G leaders.

To effectively advance with 5G, it is important to have the right mix of backbone infrastructure, 4G LTE coverage, government support, spectrum management and operator trials and testing.

Regionally, Europe remains a global workhorse in the development of mobile technologies, services and applications. Vendors within the region have been at the forefront of technological progress, and they remain so with the ongoing migration to 5G. Ultimately, European MNOs will likely take several years to roll out 5G technology, concentrating in the first instance on high-density city centres, identified hotspots (tourist and industrial areas) before extending to smaller cities and finally rural areas.

In the Asia-Pacific market, it is expected that Australia and China will be two of the top five of markets that will drive 5G growth. 5G testing is now well underway in most developed markets across the region including Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, China, South Korea and Taiwan. Testing is also underway in a growing number of developing markets across Asia including such as Azerbaijan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.

Several countries are at the forefront of 5G development in the Middle East. The UAE, Saudi Arabia and Qatar in particular are demonstrating significant progress. The UAE has the appropriate infrastructure in place to take advantage of 5G as it boasts one of the world’s highest mobile penetration rates, substantial 4G LTE infrastructure and is considered one of the telecoms leaders in the region. Qatar has allocated spectrum frequencies to Etisalat and Du for 5G deployment use.

The major operators in the USA, led by AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile US, have partnered with vendors to trial 5G technologies and services and will be expanding their commercial services. In addition, operators are working on the potential of NB-IoT, LTE-U and LTE-A technologies, in some respects as complementary technologies supported by 5G.

Recent developments:

To progress to 5G-countries need to have substantial 4G infrastructure in place as it is an evolutionary process.

The development of devices for 5G has escalated substantially in 2019.

In 2019 nearly 100 countries are conducting their own trials and testing of 5G.

Companies mentioned in this report include:

AT&T, Bouygues Telecom , BT, China Mobile, China Telecom, China Unicom, du, EEE, Free mobile, freenet, Huawei, KDDI, KT, LGU+, Mobily, Nokia, O2/H3, Optus, Orange, Saudi Telekom, SFR Group, SK Telecom , StarHub, Telstra, T-Mobile, Verizon, Vodafone, Xiaomi, ZTE.

Kylie Wansink July 2019

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Table Of Content

Scope

1 5G in the global context

1.1 4G LTE for the near future

1.2 Fibre broadband will be needed for 5G

2 The 5G vision

2.1 IoT and M2M

3 5G statistics and forecasts

3.1 5G subscriptions forecast

3.2 5G CAPEX spend

3.3 5G devices

4 Leading 5G countries 2019

5 Asia-Pacific overview

6 Australia

6.1 Australia telecom statistics

6.2 4G market overview

6.3 5G market overview

6.4 5G Testing, Trials and Launches

6.5 5G spectrum

7 China

7.1 China telecom statistics

7.2 4G market overview

7.3 5G market overview

7.4 5G Testing, Trials and Launches

7.5 5G market forecasts

8 Hong Kong

8.1 Hong Kong telecom statistics

8.2 4G market overview

8.3 5G market overview

8.4 5G market spectrum

9 Japan

9.1 Japan telecom statistics

9.2 4G market overview

9.3 5G market overview

9.4 5G Trials and Testing

9.5 5G spectrum

10 Singapore

10.1 Singapore telecom statistics

10.2 4G market overview

10.3 5G market overview

10.4 5G trials and testing

10.5 5G spectrum

11 South Korea

11.1 South Korea telecom statistics

11.2 4G market overview

11.3 5G market overview

11.4 5G trials and testing

11.5 5G service launches

11.6 5G operator developments

11.7 5G spectrum

12 Europe overview

13 France

13.1 France telecom statistics

13.2 4G market overview

13.3 5G market overview

13.4 5G spectrum

14 Germany

14.1 Germany telecom statistics

14.2 4G market overview

14.3 5G market overview

14.4 5G Testing and Trials

14.5 Government policy

14.6 5G spectrum

15 United Kingdom

15.1 UK telecom statistics

15.2 4G market overview

15.3 5G market overview

15.4 5G spectrum

15.5 Government support

15.6 5G operator developments

16 Middle East overview

17 Qatar

17.1 Qatar telecom statistics

17.2 4G market overview

17.3 5G market overview

17.4 5G trials and testing

17.5 5G spectrum

18 Saudi Arabia

18.1 Saudi Arabia telecom statistics

18.2 4G market overview

18.3 Satellite mobile

18.4 5G market overview

18.5 5G trials and testing

18.6 5G spectrum

19 United Arab Emirates

19.1 UAE telecom statistics

19.2 4G market overview

19.3 5G market overview

19.4 5G trials and testing

19.5 5G spectrum

20 North America overview

21 USA

21.1 USA telecom statistics

21.2 4G market overview

21.3 5G market overview

21.4 5G spectrum

21.5 5G operator developments

Table 1 Global LTE subscribers 2012 2022

Table 2 4G LTE penetration by region 2019

Table 3 Global market share of mobile technologies 2018

Table 4 Global 5G subscription forecast 2020 2022

Table 7 China-Top Level Country Statistics and Telco Authorities 2018 (e)

Table 8 Hong Kong Top Level Country Statistics and Telco Authorities 2018 (e)

Table 9 Japan-Top Level Country Statistics and Telco Authorities 2018 (e)

Table 10 Singapore-Top Level Country Statistics and Telco Authorities 2018 (e)

Table 11 South Korea Top Level Country Statistics and Telco Authorities 2018 (e)

Table 12 France-Top Level Country Statistics and Telco Authorities-2018 (e)

Table 13 France-Active LTE subscribers 2014 2018

Table 14 France-Free Mobile LTE subscribers 2014 2018

Table 15 France-Free Mobile average LTE data use 2015 2018

Table 16 France-2.6GHz spectrum results Sep 2011

Table 17 Germany-Top Level Country Statistics and Telco Authorities 2018 (e)

Table 18 Germany-LTE subscribers 2015 2018

Table 19 Germany-Telefonica Deutschland LTE subscribers 2014 2018

Table 20 UK-Top Level Country Statistics and Telco Authorities 2018 (e)

Table 21 UK-LTE subscribers 2013 2018

Table 22 UK-Average 3G and 4G speeds (Mb/s) 2014 2015

Table 23 Qatar-Top Level Country Statistics and Telco Authorities 2018

Table 24 Saudi Arabia-Top-level country statistics and regulatory authorities 2019

Table 25 UAE-Top Level Country Statistics and Telco Authorities 2018

Table 26 USA-Top Level Country Statistics and Telco Authorities 2018

Table 27 USA-Verizon Wireless LTE devices on network 2011 2016

Chart 1 Global-The fast growth of LTE subscriptions 2012 2022

Chart 2 Germany-Telefonica Deutschland LTE subscribers 2014 2018

Exhibit 1 Key global developments towards 5G standardisation

Exhibit 2 Examples of 5G device manufacturers

Exhibit 3 Australia and 5G

Exhibit 4 China and 5G

Exhibit 5 Hong Kong and 5G

Exhibit 6-Japan and 5G

Exhibit 7 Singapore and 5G

Exhibit 8 South Korea and 5G

Exhibit 9 France and 5G

Exhibit 10 France-Reassigned multi-spectrum holdings (900MHz) 2021 2025

Exhibit 11 Germany and 5G

Exhibit 12 United Kingdom and 5G

Exhibit 13 Qatar and 5G

Exhibit 14 Saudi Arabia and 5G

Exhibit 15 UAE and 5G

Exhibit 16 USA and 5G

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As we draw close to 5G becoming a commercial reality-it is interesting to observe the different progress taking place in countries around the world. There is tremendous activity taking place with network upgrades, spectrum allocation, government policy and trials and testing being conducted in every region, with some taking greater strides than others. Amongst all of this activity; there are a number of countries emerging as 5G leaders.

To effectively advance with 5G, it is important to have the right mix of backbone infrastructure, 4G LTE coverage, government support, spectrum management and operator trials and testing.

Regionally, Europe remains a global workhorse in the development of mobile technologies, services and applications. Vendors within the region have been at the forefront of technological progress, and they remain so with the ongoing migration to 5G. Ultimately, European MNOs will likely take several years to roll out 5G technology, concentrating in the first instance on high-density city centres, identified hotspots (tourist and industrial areas) before extending to smaller cities and finally rural areas.

In the Asia-Pacific market, it is expected that Australia and China will be two of the top five of markets that will drive 5G growth. 5G testing is now well underway in most developed markets across the region including Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, China, South Korea and Taiwan. Testing is also underway in a growing number of developing markets across Asia including such as Azerbaijan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.

Several countries are at the forefront of 5G development in the Middle East. The UAE, Saudi Arabia and Qatar in particular are demonstrating significant progress. The UAE has the appropriate infrastructure in place to take advantage of 5G as it boasts one of the world’s highest mobile penetration rates, substantial 4G LTE infrastructure and is considered one of the telecoms leaders in the region. Qatar has allocated spectrum frequencies to Etisalat and Du for 5G deployment use.

The major operators in the USA, led by AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile US, have partnered with vendors to trial 5G technologies and services and will be expanding their commercial services. In addition, operators are working on the potential of NB-IoT, LTE-U and LTE-A technologies, in some respects as complementary technologies supported by 5G.

Recent developments:

To progress to 5G-countries need to have substantial 4G infrastructure in place as it is an evolutionary process.

The development of devices for 5G has escalated substantially in 2019.

In 2019 nearly 100 countries are conducting their own trials and testing of 5G.

Companies mentioned in this report include:

AT&T, Bouygues Telecom , BT, China Mobile, China Telecom, China Unicom, du, EEE, Free mobile, freenet, Huawei, KDDI, KT, LGU+, Mobily, Nokia, O2/H3, Optus, Orange, Saudi Telekom, SFR Group, SK Telecom , StarHub, Telstra, T-Mobile, Verizon, Vodafone, Xiaomi, ZTE.

Kylie Wansink July 2019

READ MORE

Scope

1 5G in the global context

1.1 4G LTE for the near future

1.2 Fibre broadband will be needed for 5G

2 The 5G vision

2.1 IoT and M2M

3 5G statistics and forecasts

3.1 5G subscriptions forecast

3.2 5G CAPEX spend

3.3 5G devices

4 Leading 5G countries 2019

5 Asia-Pacific overview

6 Australia

6.1 Australia telecom statistics

6.2 4G market overview

6.3 5G market overview

6.4 5G Testing, Trials and Launches

6.5 5G spectrum

7 China

7.1 China telecom statistics

7.2 4G market overview

7.3 5G market overview

7.4 5G Testing, Trials and Launches

7.5 5G market forecasts

8 Hong Kong

8.1 Hong Kong telecom statistics

8.2 4G market overview

8.3 5G market overview

8.4 5G market spectrum

9 Japan

9.1 Japan telecom statistics

9.2 4G market overview

9.3 5G market overview

9.4 5G Trials and Testing

9.5 5G spectrum

10 Singapore

10.1 Singapore telecom statistics

10.2 4G market overview

10.3 5G market overview

10.4 5G trials and testing

10.5 5G spectrum

11 South Korea

11.1 South Korea telecom statistics

11.2 4G market overview

11.3 5G market overview

11.4 5G trials and testing

11.5 5G service launches

11.6 5G operator developments

11.7 5G spectrum

12 Europe overview

13 France

13.1 France telecom statistics

13.2 4G market overview

13.3 5G market overview

13.4 5G spectrum

14 Germany

14.1 Germany telecom statistics

14.2 4G market overview

14.3 5G market overview

14.4 5G Testing and Trials

14.5 Government policy

14.6 5G spectrum

15 United Kingdom

15.1 UK telecom statistics

15.2 4G market overview

15.3 5G market overview

15.4 5G spectrum

15.5 Government support

15.6 5G operator developments

16 Middle East overview

17 Qatar

17.1 Qatar telecom statistics

17.2 4G market overview

17.3 5G market overview

17.4 5G trials and testing

17.5 5G spectrum

18 Saudi Arabia

18.1 Saudi Arabia telecom statistics

18.2 4G market overview

18.3 Satellite mobile

18.4 5G market overview

18.5 5G trials and testing

18.6 5G spectrum

19 United Arab Emirates

19.1 UAE telecom statistics

19.2 4G market overview

19.3 5G market overview

19.4 5G trials and testing

19.5 5G spectrum

20 North America overview

21 USA

21.1 USA telecom statistics

21.2 4G market overview

21.3 5G market overview

21.4 5G spectrum

21.5 5G operator developments

Table 1 Global LTE subscribers 2012 2022

Table 2 4G LTE penetration by region 2019

Table 3 Global market share of mobile technologies 2018

Table 4 Global 5G subscription forecast 2020 2022

Table 7 China-Top Level Country Statistics and Telco Authorities 2018 (e)

Table 8 Hong Kong Top Level Country Statistics and Telco Authorities 2018 (e)

Table 9 Japan-Top Level Country Statistics and Telco Authorities 2018 (e)

Table 10 Singapore-Top Level Country Statistics and Telco Authorities 2018 (e)

Table 11 South Korea Top Level Country Statistics and Telco Authorities 2018 (e)

Table 12 France-Top Level Country Statistics and Telco Authorities-2018 (e)

Table 13 France-Active LTE subscribers 2014 2018

Table 14 France-Free Mobile LTE subscribers 2014 2018

Table 15 France-Free Mobile average LTE data use 2015 2018

Table 16 France-2.6GHz spectrum results Sep 2011

Table 17 Germany-Top Level Country Statistics and Telco Authorities 2018 (e)

Table 18 Germany-LTE subscribers 2015 2018

Table 19 Germany-Telefonica Deutschland LTE subscribers 2014 2018

Table 20 UK-Top Level Country Statistics and Telco Authorities 2018 (e)

Table 21 UK-LTE subscribers 2013 2018

Table 22 UK-Average 3G and 4G speeds (Mb/s) 2014 2015

Table 23 Qatar-Top Level Country Statistics and Telco Authorities 2018

Table 24 Saudi Arabia-Top-level country statistics and regulatory authorities 2019

Table 25 UAE-Top Level Country Statistics and Telco Authorities 2018

Table 26 USA-Top Level Country Statistics and Telco Authorities 2018

Table 27 USA-Verizon Wireless LTE devices on network 2011 2016

Chart 1 Global-The fast growth of LTE subscriptions 2012 2022

Chart 2 Germany-Telefonica Deutschland LTE subscribers 2014 2018

Exhibit 1 Key global developments towards 5G standardisation

Exhibit 2 Examples of 5G device manufacturers

Exhibit 3 Australia and 5G

Exhibit 4 China and 5G

Exhibit 5 Hong Kong and 5G

Exhibit 6-Japan and 5G

Exhibit 7 Singapore and 5G

Exhibit 8 South Korea and 5G

Exhibit 9 France and 5G

Exhibit 10 France-Reassigned multi-spectrum holdings (900MHz) 2021 2025

Exhibit 11 Germany and 5G

Exhibit 12 United Kingdom and 5G

Exhibit 13 Qatar and 5G

Exhibit 14 Saudi Arabia and 5G

Exhibit 15 UAE and 5G

Exhibit 16 USA and 5G

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