The Shared & Unlicensed Spectrum LTE/5G Network Ecosystem: 2023 – 2030 – Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies & Forecasts

Release Date: November 2023

Number of Pages: 845

Number of Tables and Figures: 96


As the 5G era advances, the cellular communications industry is undergoing a revolutionary paradigm shift, driven by technological innovations, liberal regulatory policies and disruptive business models. One important aspect of this radical transformation is the growing adoption of shared and unlicensed spectrum – frequencies that are not exclusively licensed to a single mobile operator. 

Telecommunications regulatory authorities across the globe have either launched or are in the process of releasing innovative frameworks to facilitate the coordinated sharing of licensed spectrum. Examples include but are not limited to the three-tiered CBRS (Citizens Broadband Radio Service) spectrum sharing scheme in the United States, Germany's 3.7-3.8 GHz and 28 GHz licenses for 5G campus networks, United Kingdom's shared and local access licensing model, France's vertical spectrum and sub-letting arrangements, Netherlands' geographically restricted mid-band spectrum assignments, Switzerland's 3.4 – 3.5 GHz band for NPNs (Non-Public Networks), Finland's 2.3 GHz and 26 GHz licenses for local 4G/5G networks, Sweden's 3.7 GHz and 26 GHz permits, Norway's regulation of local networks in the 3.8-4.2 GHz band, Poland's spectrum assignment for local government units and enterprises, Bahrain's private 5G network licenses, Japan's 4.6-4.9 GHz and 28 GHz local 5G network licenses, South Korea's e-Um 5G allocations in the 4.7 GHz and 28 GHz bands, Taiwan's provision of 4.8-4.9 GHz spectrum for private 5G networks, Hong Kong's LWBS (Localized Wireless Broadband System) licenses, Australia's apparatus licensing approach, Canada's planned NCL (Non-Competitive Local) licensing framework and Brazil's SLP (Private Limited Service) licenses.

Another important development is the growing accessibility of independent cellular networks that operate solely in unlicensed spectrum by leveraging nationally designated license-exempt frequencies such as the GAA (General Authorized Access) tier of the 3.5 GHz CBRS band in the United States and Japan's 1.9 GHz sXGP (Shared Extended Global Platform) band. In addition, vast swaths of globally and regionally harmonized license-exempt spectrum – most notably, the 600 MHz TVWS (TV White Space), 5 GHz, 6 GHz and 60 GHz bands – are also available worldwide, which can be used for the operation of unlicensed LTE and 5G NR-U (NR in Unlicensed Spectrum) equipment subject to domestic regulations.

Collectively, ground-breaking spectrum liberalization initiatives are catalyzing the rollout of shared and unlicensed spectrum-enabled 5G NR and LTE networks for a diverse array of use cases – ranging from mobile network densification, FWA (Fixed Wireless Access) in rural communities and MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator) offload to neutral host infrastructure and private cellular networks for enterprises and vertical industries such as agriculture, education, healthcare, manufacturing, military, mining, oil and gas, public sector, retail and hospitality, sports, transportation and utilities.  

SNS Telecom & IT estimates that global investments in 5G NR and LTE-based RAN (Radio Access Network) infrastructure operating in shared and unlicensed spectrum will account for more than $1.4 Billion by the end of 2023. The market is expected to continue its upward trajectory beyond 2023, growing at a CAGR of approximately 27% between 2023 and 2026 to reach nearly $3 Billion in annual spending by 2026.

The “Shared & Unlicensed Spectrum LTE/5G Network Ecosystem: 2023 – 2030 – Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies & Forecasts” report presents a detailed assessment of the shared and unlicensed spectrum LTE/5G network ecosystem, including the value chain, market drivers, barriers to uptake, enabling technologies, key trends, future roadmap, business models, use cases, application scenarios, standardization, spectrum availability and allocation, regulatory landscape, case studies, ecosystem player profiles and strategies. The report also provides global and regional forecasts for shared and unlicensed spectrum LTE/5G RAN infrastructure from 2023 to 2030. The forecasts cover two air interface technologies, two cell type categories, two spectrum licensing models, 15 frequency bands, seven use cases and five regional markets.   

The report comes with an associated Excel datasheet suite covering quantitative data from all numeric forecasts presented in the report.


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Table of Contents 

1 Chapter 1: Introduction

1.1 Executive Summary

1.2 Topics Covered

1.3 Forecast Segmentation

1.4 Key Questions Answered

1.5 Key Findings

1.6 Methodology

1.7 Target Audience

1.8 Companies & Organizations Mentioned

2 Chapter 2: An Overview of Shared & Unlicensed Spectrum LTE/5G Networks

2.1 Spectrum: The Lifeblood of the Wireless Communications Industry

2.1.1 Traditional Exclusive-Use Licensed Spectrum

2.1.2 Shared & Unlicensed Spectrum

2.2 Why Utilize Shared & Unlicensed Spectrum for LTE/5G Networks?

2.2.1 Alleviating Capacity Constraints on Mobile Operator Spectrum

2.2.2 New Business Models: Neutral Host, Enterprise & Private Cellular Networks

2.2.3 Resurgence of FWA (Fixed Wireless Access) Services

2.3 How Shared & Unlicensed Spectrum Differs From Traditional Licensed Frequencies

2.3.1 Exclusive vs. Shared Use

2.3.2 License Fees & Validity

2.3.3 Network Buildout & Service Obligations

2.3.4 Power Limits & Other Restrictions

2.4 Common Approaches to the Utilization of Shared & Unlicensed Spectrum

2.4.1 Coordinated Sharing of Licensed Spectrum Authorized Sharing of Licensed Spectrum Sub-Leasing of Unused Mobile Operator Frequencies Light Licensing Local Area Licenses Concurrent Shared Access

2.4.2 License-Exempt (Unlicensed) Operation Dedicated Unlicensed Bands Opportunistic Unlicensed Access

2.4.3 Database-Assisted Spectrum Coordination Manual Coordination Semi-Automated Coordination Automated Coordination DSA (Dynamic Spectrum Access)

2.5 The Value Chain of Shared & Unlicensed Spectrum LTE/5G Networks

2.5.1 Semiconductor & Enabling Technology Specialists

2.5.2 Terminal OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers)

2.5.3 5G NR & LTE Infrastructure Suppliers

2.5.4 Service Providers Public Mobile Operators MVNOs (Mobile Virtual Network Operators) Fixed-Line Service Providers Neutral Hosts Private 5G/4G Network Operators Towercos (Tower Companies) Cloud & Edge Platform Providers

2.5.5 End Users Consumers Enterprises & Vertical Industries

2.5.6 Other Ecosystem Players

2.6 Market Drivers

2.6.1 Continued Growth of Mobile Data Traffic

2.6.2 New Revenue Streams: FWA, IoT & Vertical-Focused Services

2.6.3 Private & Neutral Host Network Deployments

2.6.4 Shared & Unlicensed Spectrum Availability

2.6.5 Lower Cost Network Equipment & Installation

2.6.6 Expanding Ecosystem of Compatible Devices

2.7 Market Barriers

2.7.1 Cell Site & Network Deployment Challenges

2.7.2 Restricted Coverage Due to Transmit Power Limits

2.7.3 Interference & Congestion Concerns in Unlicensed Bands

2.7.4 Resistance From Other Spectrum Users

2.7.5 Competition From Non-3GPP Technologies

2.7.6 Economic & Supply Chain-Related Factors

3 Chapter 3: Shared & Unlicensed Spectrum Technologies

3.1 Coordinated Shared Spectrum Technologies

3.1.1 CBRS (Citizens Broadband Radio Service): Three-Tiered Sharing Dynamic Access to the 3.5 GHz Band in the United States Tiers of Authorization Tier 1 – Incumbent Access Tier 2 – PALs (Priority Access Licenses) Tier 3 – GAA (General Authorized Access) CBRS System Architecture & Functional Elements

3.1.2 LSA (Licensed Shared Access): Two-Tiered Sharing Database-Assisted Sharing of the 2.3 – 2.4 GHz Band in Europe Functional Architecture of LSA Systems eLSA (Evolved LSA): Frequency-Agnostic Sharing for Local Wireless Networks

3.1.3 AFC (Automated Frequency Coordination): License-Exempt Sharing SP (Standard Power) Operation in the Unlicensed 6 GHz Band AFC System Implementation Model & Architecture

3.1.4 Local Area Licensing of Shared Spectrum Germany's 3.7 – 3.8 GHz & 26 GHz Licenses for 5G Campus Networks United Kingdom's Shared & Local Access Licensing Model France's Vertical Spectrum & Sub-Letting Arrangements Netherlands' Geographically Restricted Mid-Band Spectrum Assignments Switzerland's 3.4 – 3.5 GHz Band for NPNs (Non-Public Networks) Finland's 2.3 GHz & 26 GHz Licenses for Local 4G/5G Networks Sweden's 3.7 GHz & 26 GHz Local Permits for Mobile Services Norway's Regulation of Local Networks in the 3.8 – 4.2 GHz Band Poland's Spectrum Assignment for Local Government Units & Enterprises Bahrain's 3.8 – 4.2 GHz Private 5G Network Licenses Japan's 4.6 – 4.9 GHz & 28 GHz Local 5G Network Licenses South Korea's e-Um 5G Allocations in the 4.7 GHz & 28 GHz Bands Taiwan's Provision of 4.8 – 4.9 GHz Spectrum for Private 5G Networks Hong Kong's LWBS (Localized Wireless Broadband System) Licenses Australia's PTS (Public Telecommunications Service) & Area-Wide Apparatus Licenses Canada's Planned NCL (Non-Competitive Local) Licensing Framework Brazil's SLP (Private Limited Service) Licenses Local Licensing Schemes in Other National Markets

3.1.5 Other Coordinated Shared Spectrum Technologies

3.2 LTE & 5G NR in Unlicensed Spectrum

3.2.1 LTE-U Channel Selection CSAT (Carrier Sensing Adaptive Transmission) Opportunistic On-Off Switching

3.2.2 LAA (Licensed Assisted Access) LBT (Listen Before Talk): Category 4 & Category 2 LBT FS3 (Frame Structure Type 3) for Unlicensed Carriers Other LAA Design & Operational Aspects

3.2.3 eLAA (Enhanced LAA)

3.2.4 FeLAA (Further Enhanced LAA)

3.2.5 MulteFire Supported Unlicensed Bands Building on 3GPP-Specified LAA & eLAA Functionality Modifications for Standalone Operation Without Licensed Anchor Neutral Host Access, Cellular IoT Optimizations & Additional Capabilities

3.2.6 Japan's sXGP (Shared Extended Global Platform) License-Exempt Operation of 1.9 GHz Private LTE Networks LBT for Coexistence With PHS & Other sXGP Networks Possible Use of 1.9 GHz as an Anchor Band for Local 5G Networks

3.2.7 5G NR-U (NR in Unlicensed Spectrum) Modes of Operation Anchored NR-U Standalone NR-U LBT-Based Channel Access Air Interface Refinements for NR-U Time-Synchronized NR-U & Future Developments

4 Chapter 4: Business Models, Use Cases & Applications

4.1 Business Models & Use Cases

4.1.1 Service Provider Networks Mobile Network Densification & Buildouts FWA (Fixed Wireless Access) Broadband Mobile Networks for Cable Operators & New Entrants

4.1.2 Neutral Host Networks Indoor Spaces Large Public Venues Transport Hubs & Corridors High-Density Urban Settings Remote & Rural Coverage

4.1.3 Private Cellular Networks/NPNs (Non-Public Networks) Offices, Buildings & Corporate Campuses Vertical Industries Education Governments & Municipalities Healthcare Manufacturing Military Mining Oil & Gas Retail & Hospitality Sports Transportation Utilities Other Verticals

4.2 Applications

4.2.1 Mobile Broadband

4.2.2 Home & Business Broadband

4.2.3 Voice & Messaging Services

4.2.4 High-Definition Video Transmission

4.2.5 Telepresence & Video Conferencing

4.2.6 Multimedia Broadcasting & Multicasting

4.2.7 IoT (Internet of Things) Networking

4.2.8 Wireless Connectivity for Wearables

4.2.9 Untethered AR/VR/MR (Augmented, Virtual & Mixed Reality)

4.2.10 Real-Time Holographic Projections

4.2.11 Tactile Internet & Haptic Feedback

4.2.12 High-Precision Positioning & Tracking

4.2.13 Industrial Automation

4.2.14 Remote Control of Machines

4.2.15 Connected Mobile Robotics

4.2.16 Unmanned & Autonomous Vehicles

4.2.17 BVLOS (Beyond Visual Line-of-Sight) Operation of Drones

4.2.18 Data-Driven Analytics & Insights

4.2.19 Sensor-Equipped Digital Twins

4.2.20 Predictive Maintenance of Equipment

5 Chapter 5: Spectrum Availability, Allocation & Usage

5.1 Coordinated (Licensed) Shared Spectrum

5.1.1 1.8 GHz (1,710 – 1,880 MHz)

5.1.2 2.3 GHz (2,300 – 2,400 MHz)

5.1.3 2.6 GHz (2,570 – 2,620 MHz)

5.1.4 3.4 GHz (3,300 – 3,500 MHz)

5.1.5 3.5 GHz CBRS PAL Tier (3,550 – 3,650 MHz)

5.1.6 3.7 – 3.8 GHz (3,700 – 3,800 MHz)

5.1.7 3.8 – 4.2 GHz (3,800 – 4,200 MHz)

5.1.8 4.6 – 4.9 GHz (4,600 – 4,900 MHz)

5.1.9 26 GHz (24.25 – 27.5 GHz)

5.1.10 28 GHz (26.5 – 29.5 GHz)

5.1.11 37 GHz (37 – 37.6 GHz)

5.1.12 Other Bands

5.2 Unlicensed (License-Exempt) Spectrum

5.2.1 600 MHz TVWS & Sub-1 GHz Bands (470 – 790/800/900 MHz)

5.2.2 1.8 GHz DECT Guard Band (1,780 – 1,785 MHz / 1,875 – 1,880 MHz)

5.2.3 1.9 GHz sXGP Band (1,880 – 1,920 MHz)

5.2.4 2.4 GHz (2,400 – 2,483.5 MHz)

5.2.5 3.5 GHz CBRS GAA Tier (3,550 – 3,700 MHz)

5.2.6 5 GHz (5,150 – 5,925 MHz)

5.2.7 6 GHz (5,925 – 7,125 MHz)

5.2.8 60 GHz (57 – 71 GHz)

5.2.9 Other Bands

5.3 North America

5.3.1 United States

5.3.2 Canada

5.4 Asia Pacific

5.4.1 Australia

5.4.2 New Zealand

5.4.3 China

5.4.4 Hong Kong

5.4.5 Taiwan

5.4.6 Japan

5.4.7 South Korea

5.4.8 Singapore

5.4.9 Malaysia

5.4.10 Indonesia

5.4.11 Philippines

5.4.12 Thailand

5.4.13 Vietnam

5.4.14 Myanmar

5.4.15 India

5.4.16 Pakistan

5.4.17 Rest of Asia Pacific

5.5 Europe

5.5.1 United Kingdom

5.5.2 Ireland

5.5.3 France

5.5.4 Germany

5.5.5 Belgium

5.5.6 Netherlands

5.5.7 Switzerland

5.5.8 Austria

5.5.9 Italy

5.5.10 Spain

5.5.11 Portugal

5.5.12 Sweden

5.5.13 Norway

5.5.14 Denmark

5.5.15 Finland

5.5.16 Iceland

5.5.17 Estonia

5.5.18 Czech Republic

5.5.19 Poland

5.5.20 Ukraine

5.5.21 Türkiye

5.5.22 Greece

5.5.23 Bulgaria

5.5.24 Romania

5.5.25 Hungary

5.5.26 Slovenia

5.5.27 Croatia

5.5.28 Serbia

5.5.29 Russia

5.5.30 Belarus

5.5.31 Rest of Europe

5.6 Middle East & Africa

5.6.1 Saudi Arabia

5.6.2 United Arab Emirates

5.6.3 Qatar

5.6.4 Oman

5.6.5 Bahrain

5.6.6 Kuwait

5.6.7 Jordan

5.6.8 Israel

5.6.9 Egypt

5.6.10 Algeria

5.6.11 Morocco

5.6.12 Tunisia

5.6.13 South Africa

5.6.14 Kenya

5.6.15 Mauritius

5.6.16 Rest of the Middle East & Africa

5.7 Latin & Central America

5.7.1 Brazil

5.7.2 Mexico

5.7.3 Argentina

5.7.4 Colombia

5.7.5 Chile

5.7.6 Peru

5.7.7 Dominican Republic

5.7.8 Guatemala

5.7.9 El Salvador

5.7.10 Honduras

5.7.11 Costa Rica

5.7.12 Rest of Latin & Central America

6 Chapter 6: Standardization, Regulatory & Collaborative Initiatives

6.1 3GPP (Third Generation Partnership Project)

6.1.1 Release 13: LAA for Downlink Operation

6.1.2 Release 14: eLAA, CBRS & LSA OAM

6.1.3 Release 15: FeLAA & 5G NR Air Interface

6.1.4 Release 16: 3GPP Support for 5G NR-U & NPNs

6.1.5 Release 17: NPN Refinements & Extension of Operation to 71 GHz

6.1.6 Release 18: Further Evolution of 5G NR in Shared & Unlicensed Spectrum

6.2 5G Campus Network Alliance

6.2.1 Supporting the Market Development of 5G Campus Networks in Germany

6.3 5GMF (Fifth Generation Mobile Communication Promotion Forum, Japan)

6.3.1 Initiatives Related to Local 5G Networks in Japan

6.4 AGURRE (Association of Major Users of Operational Radio Networks, France)

6.4.1 Spectrum Access, Regulatory Framework & Industrial Ecosystem for Private Mobile Networks

6.5 ATIS (Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions)

6.5.1 Deployment & Operational Requirements of 5G-Based NPNs

6.5.2 IMSI Assignment & Management for CBRS Networks

6.5.3 Additional Shared Spectrum-Related Efforts

6.6 BTG (Dutch Association of Large-Scale ICT & Telecommunications Users)

6.6.1 KMBG (Dutch Critical Mobile Broadband Users) Expert Group

6.7 CEPT (European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications Administrations)

6.7.1 ECC (Electronic Communications Committee): Operational Guidelines for Spectrum Sharing in Europe

6.8 CTIA

6.8.1 Involvement in OnGo Alliance's CBRS Product Certification Program

6.9 DSA (Dynamic Spectrum Alliance)

6.9.1 Advocacy Efforts for Unlicensed & Dynamic Access to Spectrum

6.10 ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute)

6.10.1 RRS (Reconfigurable Radio Systems) Technical Committee: Technical Specifications for LSA & eLSA LSA in the 2.3 GHz (2,300 – 2,400 MHz) Band Frequency Agnostic eLSA for Local Wireless Networks Other Work Related to Temporary & Flexible Spectrum Access

6.10.2 BRAN (Broadband Radio Access Networks) Technical Committee: Harmonized Standards for Wireless Access Systems TVWSD (TV White Space Devices) in the 470 – 694 MHz Band RLANs (Radio Local Area Networks) in the 5 GHz & 6 GHz Bands Multi-Gigabit Wireless Systems in the 60 GHz (57 – 71 GHz) Band

6.11 EUWENA (European Users of Enterprise Wireless Networks Association)

6.11.1 Catalyzing the Wider Adoption of 3GPP-Based Private Networks

6.12 EWA (Enterprise Wireless Alliance)

6.12.1 Supporting the Private Wireless Industry in the United States

6.13 IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force)

6.13.1 Standards & Protocols for Interworking Between 3GPP & Unlicensed Technologies

6.14 ITU (International Telecommunication Union)

6.14.1 International Regulation of Shared & Unlicensed Spectrum

6.15 LTE-U Forum (Defunct)

6.15.1 Technical Specifications for LTE-U in Unlicensed 5 GHz Spectrum

6.16 MFA (MulteFire Alliance)

6.16.1 Uni5G Technology Blueprints for Private 5G Networks

6.16.2 Network Identifier Program Supporting Private & Neutral Host Networks

6.16.3 MulteFire Specifications: LTE Operation in Unlicensed Spectrum

6.16.4 Certification Program for MulteFire Equipment

6.16.5 MulteFire OSU (Online Sign-Up) System

6.17 NGMN (Next-Generation Mobile Networks) Alliance

6.17.1 Shared & Unlicensed Spectrum-Related Activates

6.18 NSC (National Spectrum Consortium)

6.18.1 Increasing Confidence in Spectrum Sharing Approaches

6.19 ONF (Open Networking Foundation)

6.19.1 Shared & Unlicensed Spectrum Support in the Aether Private 5G Connected Edge Platform

6.20 OnGo Alliance

6.20.1 Promoting 4G & 5G OnGo Wireless Network Technology

6.20.2 Technical Specifications & Guidelines for 4G/5G-Based CBRS Networks

6.20.3 Certification Program Supporting Multi-Vendor Interoperability

6.21 Small Cell Forum

6.21.1 Work Related to License-Exempt & Shared Spectrum Small Cells

6.22 Spectrum for the Future

6.22.1 Advocating for Wireless Spectrum Sharing in the United States

6.23 WhiteSpace Alliance

6.23.1 Promoting the Use of 3GPP, IEEE & IETF Standards for TVWS Spectrum

6.24 WInnForum (Wireless Innovation Forum)

6.24.1 CBRS Standards for the Implementation of FCC Rulemaking

6.24.2 Specification of Sharing Arrangements in the 6 GHz Band

6.24.3 Other Shared & Unlicensed Spectrum-Related Efforts

6.25 XGP (eXtended Global Platform) Forum

6.25.1 Development & Promotion of the sXGP Unlicensed LTE Service

6.26 Others

6.26.1 National Government Agencies & Regulators

6.26.2 Vertical Industry-Specific Associations

6.26.3 Non-3GPP Technology Alliances

7 Chapter 7: Case Studies of Shared & Unlicensed Spectrum LTE/5G Deployments

7.1 ABP (Associated British Ports): Shared Access License-Enabled Private 5G Network for Port of Southampton

7.1.1 Spectrum Type

7.1.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.1.3 Deployment Summary

7.2 AccessParks: Capitalizing on CBRS Shared Spectrum for Wireless Access in National & State Parks

7.2.1 Spectrum Type

7.2.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.2.3 Deployment Summary

7.3 Airbus: Multi-Campus Private 4G/5G Network for Aircraft Manufacturing Facilities Across Europe

7.3.1 Spectrum Type

7.3.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.3.3 Deployment Summary

7.4 Airport Authority Hong Kong: 28 GHz HKIA Public-Private 5G Infrastructure Project

7.4.1 Spectrum Type

7.4.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.4.3 Deployment Summary

7.5 ANA (All Nippon Airways): Local 5G-Powered Digital Transformation of Aviation Training

7.5.1 Spectrum Type

7.5.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.5.3 Deployment Summary

7.6 ArcelorMittal: 5G Steel Project for Industrial Digitization & Automation

7.6.1 Spectrum Type

7.6.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.6.3 Deployment Summary

7.7 AT&T: Tapping Shared & Unlicensed Spectrum for FWA & Private Cellular Networks

7.7.1 Spectrum Type

7.7.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.7.3 Deployment Summary

7.8 BAM Nuttall: Accelerating Innovation at Construction Sites With Private 5G Networks

7.8.1 Spectrum Type

7.8.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.8.3 Deployment Summary

7.9 BBB (BB Backbone Corporation): 1.9 GHz sXGP Private LTE Network Service

7.9.1 Spectrum Type

7.9.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.9.3 Deployment Summary

7.10 BMW Group: 5G NR-Based CBRS Network for Autonomous Logistics in Spartanburg Plant

7.10.1 Spectrum Type

7.10.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.10.3 Deployment Summary

7.11 BT Media & Broadcast: Portable Private 5G Networks for Live Sports Broadcasting

7.11.1 Spectrum Type

7.11.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.11.3 Deployment Summary

7.12 BYD SkyRail: Unlicensed 5 GHz Wireless System for Railway Communications

7.12.1 Spectrum Type

7.12.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.12.3 Deployment Summary

7.13 Cal Poly (California Polytechnic State University): Converged Public-Private 5G Network

7.13.1 Spectrum Type

7.13.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.13.3 Deployment Summary

7.14 CDA (Chicago Department of Aviation): Private Network for Chicago O'Hare International Airport

7.14.1 Spectrum Type

7.14.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.14.3 Deployment Summary

7.15 Charter Communications: Transforming MVNO & FWA Service Offerings With CBRS Shared Spectrum

7.15.1 Spectrum Type

7.15.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.15.3 Deployment Summary

7.16 Chunghwa Telecom: Utilizing Unlicensed 5 GHz Spectrum to Enhance Mobile Broadband Experience

7.16.1 Spectrum Type

7.16.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.16.3 Deployment Summary

7.17 City of Las Vegas: Municipal Private Wireless Network for Businesses, Government & Educational Institutions

7.17.1 Spectrum Type

7.17.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.17.3 Deployment Summary

7.18 Cologne Bonn Airport: Revolutionizing Internal Operations With Private 5G Campus Network

7.18.1 Spectrum Type

7.18.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.18.3 Deployment Summary

7.19 COMAC (Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China): 5G-Connected Intelligent Aircraft Manufacturing Factories

7.19.1 Spectrum Type

7.19.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.19.3 Deployment Summary

7.20 Del Conca USA: Automating & Streamlining Production Processes With Private Wireless Network

7.20.1 Spectrum Type

7.20.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.20.3 Deployment Summary

7.21 DFW (Dallas Fort Worth) International Airport: Private 5G Network for IoT & Digitization Use Cases

7.21.1 Spectrum Type

7.21.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.21.3 Deployment Summary

7.22 Dow: Modernizing Chemical Plant Maintenance With Private Cellular Networks

7.22.1 Spectrum Type

7.22.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.22.3 Deployment Summary

7.23 EDF: Private Mobile Networks for Enhanced Connectivity at Nuclear Power Plants & Wind Farms

7.23.1 Spectrum Type

7.23.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.23.3 Deployment Summary

7.24 EHIME CATV: Gigabit-Grade FWA Service Using 28 GHz Local 5G Network

7.24.1 Spectrum Type

7.24.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.24.3 Deployment Summary

7.25 Ferrovial: Standalone Private 5G Network for Silvertown Tunnel Project

7.25.1 Spectrum Type

7.25.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.25.3 Deployment Summary

7.26 Fiskarheden: Local 3.7 GHz License-Based Private 5G Network for Transtrand Sawmill

7.26.1 Spectrum Type

7.26.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.26.3 Deployment Summary

7.27 FOX Sports: Private Wireless Network for Live Broadcast Operations

7.27.1 Spectrum Type

7.27.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.27.3 Deployment Summary

7.28 Fraport: Private 5G Campus Network for Future-Oriented Operations at Frankfurt Airport

7.28.1 Spectrum Type

7.28.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.28.3 Deployment Summary

7.29 Frontier Communications: Leveraging CBRS Shared Spectrum for Rural Broadband

7.29.1 Spectrum Type

7.29.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.29.3 Deployment Summary

7.30 Fujitsu: Japan's First 5G Network Installation Based on 28 GHz Local 5G Spectrum

7.30.1 Spectrum Type

7.30.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.30.3 Deployment Summary

7.31 Gale South Beach Hotel: CBRS Network for Guest Engagement & Hotel Operations

7.31.1 Spectrum Type

7.31.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.31.3 Deployment Summary

7.32 Geisinger (Kaiser Permanente): Private LTE Network for Telemedicine in Rural Pennsylvania

7.32.1 Spectrum Type

7.32.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.32.3 Deployment Summary

7.33 Gogo Business Aviation: Leveraging Unlicensed 2.4 GHz spectrum for 5G-Based A2G (Air-to-Ground) Connectivity

7.33.1 Spectrum Type

7.33.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.33.3 Deployment Summary

7.34 Groupe ADP: 3GPP-Based Private Mobile Network for Paris Airports

7.34.1 Spectrum Type

7.34.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.34.3 Deployment Summary

7.35 Guident: Private 5G Testbed for Autonomous Vehicles & Smart City Use Cases

7.35.1 Spectrum Type

7.35.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.35.3 Deployment Summary

7.36 Helios Park Hospital: Enhancing Medical System Efficiency With Standalone 5G Campus Network

7.36.1 Spectrum Type

7.36.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.36.3 Deployment Summary

7.37 Hiroshima Gas: Local 5G-Powered Safety Operations at Hatsukaichi LNG Terminal

7.37.1 Spectrum Type

7.37.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.37.3 Deployment Summary

7.38 Hoban Construction: 4.7 GHz Private 5G Network for Apartment Complex Worksite

7.38.1 Spectrum Type

7.38.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.38.3 Deployment Summary

7.39 Howard University: Delivering Secure & Enhanced Campus Connectivity With CBRS Network

7.39.1 Spectrum Type

7.39.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.39.3 Deployment Summary

7.40 HSG (Haslam Sports Group): 3GPP-Based Private Wireless Infrastructure for Stadium Operations

7.40.1 Spectrum Type

7.40.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.40.3 Deployment Summary

7.41 Hsinchu City Fire Department: Satellite-Backhauled Private 5G Network for PPDR Communications

7.41.1 Spectrum Type

7.41.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.41.3 Deployment Summary

7.42 Inventec Corporation: Standalone Private 5G Network for Taoyuan Guishan Plant

7.42.1 Spectrum Type

7.42.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.42.3 Deployment Summary

7.43 JBG SMITH Properties: National Landing Private 5G Infrastructure Platform

7.43.1 Spectrum Type

7.43.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.43.3 Deployment Summary

7.44 John Deere: Private Cellular Connectivity for Manufacturing Processes

7.44.1 Spectrum Type

7.44.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.44.3 Deployment Summary

7.45 Kansai Electric Power: Enhancing Power Station & Wind Farm Maintenance Using Local 5G Networks

7.45.1 Spectrum Type

7.45.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.45.3 Deployment Summary

7.46 Kawasaki Heavy Industries: Connecting Smart Factory Robotics With Local 5G

7.46.1 Spectrum Type

7.46.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.46.3 Deployment Summary

7.47 KEPCO (Korea Electric Power Corporation): Private 5G Networks for Substation Management

7.47.1 Spectrum Type

7.47.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.47.3 Deployment Summary

7.48 Kumagai Gumi: Unleashing the Potential of Unmanned Construction Using Local 5G Networks

7.48.1 Spectrum Type

7.48.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.48.3 Deployment Summary

7.49 Logan Aluminum: Enhancing Plant Safety & Efficiency Using Private Broadband Network

7.49.1 Spectrum Type

7.49.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.49.3 Deployment Summary

7.50 Lufthansa Technik: Industrial-Grade 5G Campus Network for Hamburg Engine Shops

7.50.1 Spectrum Type

7.50.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.50.3 Deployment Summary

7.51 Mediacom Communications: Harnessing CBRS Spectrum for FWA Services in Rural America

7.51.1 Spectrum Type

7.51.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.51.3 Deployment Summary

7.52 Memorial Health System: Temporary Private Cellular Network to Support COVID-19 Response Efforts

7.52.1 Spectrum Type

7.52.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.52.3 Deployment Summary

7.53 Mercedes-Benz Group: World's First 5G Campus Network for Automotive Production

7.53.1 Spectrum Type

7.53.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.53.3 Deployment Summary

7.54 Mercury Broadband: CBRS Network for Broadband Expansion in the Midwestern United States

7.54.1 Spectrum Type

7.54.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.54.3 Deployment Summary

7.55 Meta: CBRS-Powered Neutral Host Wireless Network for Indoor Coverage in Office Buildings

7.55.1 Spectrum Type

7.55.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.55.3 Deployment Summary

7.56 Midco (Midcontinent Communications): Shared & Unlicensed Spectrum for Rural Broadband Connectivity

7.56.1 Spectrum Type

7.56.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.56.3 Deployment Summary

7.57 Mitsubishi Electric: Local 5G-Based Industrial Wireless System for Factory Automation

7.57.1 Spectrum Type

7.57.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.57.3 Deployment Summary

7.58 Mori Building Company: 5G Core-Enabled 1.9 GHz sXGP Network for Building Management & Tenant Services

7.58.1 Spectrum Type

7.58.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.58.3 Deployment Summary

7.59 MTS (Mobile TeleSystems): Delivering Gigabit-Grade LTE Services Using LAA Technology

7.59.1 Spectrum Type

7.59.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.59.3 Deployment Summary

7.60 NetCity (GEOS Telecom): Unlicensed Sub-1 GHz LTE Network for AMI (Advanced Metering Infrastructure)

7.60.1 Spectrum Type

7.60.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.60.3 Deployment Summary

7.61 NFL (National Football League): Private Wireless Technology for Coach-to-Coach & Sideline Communications

7.61.1 Spectrum Type

7.61.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.61.3 Deployment Summary

7.62 Norfolk Southern Corporation: LTE-Based CBRS Network for Rail Yard Staff

7.62.1 Spectrum Type

7.62.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.62.3 Deployment Summary

7.63 NYPL (New York Public Library): Shrinking the Digital Divide With CBRS Technology

7.63.1 Spectrum Type

7.63.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.63.3 Deployment Summary

7.64 Ocado: 4G-Based Unlicensed 5 GHz Wireless Control System for Warehouse Automation

7.64.1 Spectrum Type

7.64.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.64.3 Deployment Summary

7.65 OhioTT (Ohio Transparent Telecom): CBRS-Enabled Fixed Wireless Network for Rural Ohio

7.65.1 Spectrum Type

7.65.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.65.3 Deployment Summary

7.66 Port Authority of New York and New Jersey: Private LTE Network for Newark Liberty International Airport

7.66.1 Spectrum Type

7.66.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.66.3 Deployment Summary

7.67 Port of Rotterdam: Locally Licensed 3.7 GHz LTE Network for Business-Critical Applications

7.67.1 Spectrum Type

7.67.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.67.3 Deployment Summary

7.68 Port of Tyne: Advancing Smart Port Transformation With Private 5G Network

7.68.1 Spectrum Type

7.68.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.68.3 Deployment Summary

7.69 Pronto: Private Cellular-Enabled Driverless Trucks for Autonomous Haulage in Remote Mining Sites

7.69.1 Spectrum Type

7.69.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.69.3 Deployment Summary

7.70 Purdue University: Private Wireless Networks for Smart City & Aviation Applications

7.70.1 Spectrum Type

7.70.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.70.3 Deployment Summary

7.71 RCI (Rural Cloud Initiative): Building the Farm of the Future With CBRS Shared Spectrum

7.71.1 Spectrum Type

7.71.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.71.3 Deployment Summary

7.72 Ricoh: Accelerating Digital Transformation of Production Operations With Local 5G Networks

7.72.1 Spectrum Type

7.72.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.72.3 Deployment Summary

7.73 Robert Bosch: Automating & Digitizing Manufacturing Facilities With Private 5G Networks

7.73.1 Spectrum Type

7.73.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.73.3 Deployment Summary

7.74 Rudin Management Company: Neutral Host CBRS Network for Multi-Tenant Office Building

7.74.1 Spectrum Type

7.74.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.74.3 Deployment Summary

7.75 SDG&E (San Diego Gas & Electric): pLTE (Private LTE) Network for Advanced Safety & Protection Technologies

7.75.1 Spectrum Type

7.75.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.75.3 Deployment Summary

7.76 SGCC (State Grid Corporation of China): 5.8 GHz Private NR-U Network for Lanzhou East & Mogao Substations

7.76.1 Spectrum Type

7.76.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.76.3 Deployment Summary

7.77 SGP (Société du Grand Paris): 2.6 GHz Private LTE Network for Grand Paris Express Rapid Transit System

7.77.1 Spectrum Type

7.77.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.77.3 Deployment Summary

7.78 Siemens: Independently Developed Private 5G Infrastructure for Industry 4.0 Applications

7.78.1 Spectrum Type

7.78.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.78.3 Deployment Summary

7.79 SmarTone: Effectively Managing Traffic Surges With Strategically Located LAA Small Cells

7.79.1 Spectrum Type

7.79.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.79.3 Deployment Summary

7.80 SMC (Samsung Medical Center): On-Premise Private 5G Network for Medical Education

7.80.1 Spectrum Type

7.80.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.80.3 Deployment Summary

7.81 Southern Linc: Expanding LTE Network Capacity for Utility Communications With CBRS Shared Spectrum

7.81.1 Spectrum Type

7.81.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.81.3 Deployment Summary

7.82 SSA Marine (Carrix): 3GPP-Based Private Wireless Network for Port of Seattle's Terminal 5

7.82.1 Spectrum Type

7.82.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.82.3 Deployment Summary

7.83 St. Vrain Valley School District: Private LTE Network for Connecting Low-Income Students

7.83.1 Spectrum Type

7.83.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.83.3 Deployment Summary

7.84 Teltech Group: Private 4G/5G-Enabled Warehouse Automation & Industry 4.0 Capabilities

7.84.1 Spectrum Type

7.84.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.84.3 Deployment Summary

7.85 The Sound Hotel: Enhancing Guest Experience & Internal Operations With Private Wireless Technology

7.85.1 Spectrum Type

7.85.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.85.3 Deployment Summary

7.86 Tokyo Metropolitan University: L5G (Local 5G) Project in Support of "Future Tokyo" Strategy

7.86.1 Spectrum Type

7.86.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.86.3 Deployment Summary

7.87 TotalEnergies: 3GPP-Based PMR (Professional Mobile Radio) Network for Critical Communications

7.87.1 Spectrum Type

7.87.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.87.3 Deployment Summary

7.88 TOUA (Tohono O'odham Utility Authority): Bringing Advanced Broadband Connectivity to Tribal Residents

7.88.1 Spectrum Type

7.88.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.88.3 Deployment Summary

7.89 Toyota Motor Corporation: Private LTE & Local 5G Networks for Industrial Use Cases

7.89.1 Spectrum Type

7.89.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.89.3 Deployment Summary

7.90 U.S. Marine Corps: Private 5G for Smart Warehousing & Expeditionary Base Operations

7.90.1 Spectrum Type

7.90.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.90.3 Deployment Summary

7.91 UCSB (University of California, Santa Barbara): Outdoor CBRS Network for On-Campus IoT Services

7.91.1 Spectrum Type

7.91.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.91.3 Deployment Summary

7.92 UIPA (Utah Inland Port Authority): CBRS-Enabled ICN (Intelligent Crossroads Network) for Utah's Supply Chain

7.92.1 Spectrum Type

7.92.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.92.3 Deployment Summary

7.93 URSYS: Bringing Cellular Connectivity to Rural Areas and Outlying Regions With Unlicensed Spectrum

7.93.1 Spectrum Type

7.93.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.93.3 Deployment Summary

7.94 Verizon Communications: Exploiting 3.5 GHz CBRS & 5 GHz Spectrum to Address Capacity Demands

7.94.1 Spectrum Type

7.94.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.94.3 Deployment Summary

7.95 Vodacom Group: Employing Unlicensed 5 GHz Spectrum to Improve LTE Network Capacity & Performance

7.95.1 Spectrum Type

7.95.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.95.3 Deployment Summary

7.96 Wells Fargo Center: Improving Critical Operations & Fan Experience With Private 4G/5G Connectivity

7.96.1 Spectrum Type

7.96.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.96.3 Deployment Summary

7.97 WiFrost: 4G/5G-Based Unlicensed TVWS System for FWA & Precision Agriculture

7.97.1 Spectrum Type

7.97.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.97.3 Deployment Summary

7.98 X Shore: Empowering Electric Boat Manufacturing With Private 5G Network

7.98.1 Spectrum Type

7.98.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.98.3 Deployment Summary

7.99 Yangshan Port: Unlicensed 5.8 GHz Wireless Network for Automated Container Terminal Operations

7.99.1 Spectrum Type

7.99.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.99.3 Deployment Summary

7.100 Yumeshima Container Terminal: Local 5G Network for Digital Transformation of Port Facilities

7.100.1 Spectrum Type

7.100.2 Integrators & Suppliers

7.100.3 Deployment Summary

8 Chapter 8: Market Sizing & Forecasts

8.1 Global Outlook for Shared & Unlicensed Spectrum LTE/5G Networks

8.2 Segmentation by Air Interface Technology

8.2.1 LTE

8.2.2 5G NR

8.3 Segmentation by Cell Type

8.3.1 Indoor Small Cells

8.3.2 Outdoor Small Cells

8.4 Segmentation by Spectrum Licensing Model

8.4.1 Coordinated (Licensed) Shared Spectrum

8.4.2 Unlicensed (License-Exempt) Spectrum

8.5 Segmentation by Frequency Band

8.5.1 Coordinated Shared Spectrum 1.8 GHz 2.3 – 2.6 GHz 3.4 GHz 3.5 GHz CBRS PAL 3.7-3.8 GHz 3.8-4.2 GHz 4.6-4.9 GHz 26/28 GHz Other Frequencies

8.5.2 Unlicensed Spectrum 600 MHz TVWS 1.9 GHz sXGP Band 2.4 GHz 3.5 GHz CBRS GAA 5 GHz 6 GHz 60 GHz Other Frequencies

8.6 Segmentation by Use Case

8.6.1 Mobile Network Densification

8.6.2 FWA (Fixed Wireless Access)

8.6.3 Cable Operators & New Entrants

8.6.4 Neutral Hosts

8.6.5 Private Cellular Networks Offices, Buildings & Corporate Campuses Vertical Industries

8.7 Regional Outlook

8.7.1 North America

8.7.2 Asia Pacific

8.7.3 Europe

8.7.4 Middle East & Africa

8.7.5 Latin & Central America

9 Chapter 9: Key Ecosystem Players

9.1 4RF

9.2 6Harmonics/6WiLInk

9.3 7P (Seven Principles)

9.4 ABiT Corporation

9.5 Accelleran

9.6 Accuver (InnoWireless)

9.7 ADRF (Advanced RF Technologies)

9.8 Affirmed Networks (Microsoft Corporation)


9.10 Airgain

9.11 Airspan Networks

9.12 Airtower Networks

9.13 Airwavz Solutions

9.14 Akoustis Technologies

9.15 albis-elcon (UET – United Electronic Technology)

9.16 Alcadis

9.17 Alef (Alef Edge)

9.18 Allen Vanguard Wireless

9.19 Alpha Wireless

9.20 Alsatis Réseaux

9.21 Amazon/AWS (Amazon Web Services)

9.22 Ambra Solutions-ECOTEL

9.23 Amdocs

9.24 American Tower Corporation

9.25 AMIT Wireless

9.26 Anritsu

9.27 ANS – Advanced Network Services (Charge Enterprises)

9.28 Antenna Company

9.29 Anterix

9.30 Apple

9.31 aql

9.32 Aquila (Suzhou Aquila Solutions)

9.33 Aqura Technologies (Telstra Purple)

9.34 Arctic Semiconductor (Formerly SiTune Corporation)

9.35 Arete M

9.36 Artemis Networks

9.37 Askey Computer Corporation (ASUS – ASUSTeK Computer)

9.38 ASOCS

9.39 ASTRI (Hong Kong Applied Science and Technology Research Institute)

9.40 ASUS (ASUSTeK Computer)

9.41 ATDI

9.42 ATEL (Asiatelco Technologies)

9.43 Athonet (HPE – Hewlett Packard Enterprise)

9.44 ATN International

9.45 AttoCore

9.46 Aviat Networks

9.47 Axians (VINCI Energies)

9.48 Azcom Technology

9.49 Baicells

9.50 Ballast Networks

9.51 BAYFU (Bayerische Funknetz)

9.52 BBB (BB Backbone Corporation)

9.53 BBK Electronics

9.54 BearCom

9.55 BEC Technologies (Billion Electric)

9.56 becon

9.57 Benetel

9.58 Betacom

9.59 BinnenBereik (NOVEC)

9.60 Black Box

9.61 Blackned

9.62 BLiNQ Networks (CCI – Communication Components Inc.)

9.63 Blu Wireless

9.64 Blue Arcus Technologies

9.65 Boingo Wireless (DigitalBridge Group)

9.66 Boldyn Networks (Formerly BAI Communications)

9.67 Branch Communications

9.68 BTI Wireless

9.69 Bureau Veritas/7Layers

9.70 BVSystems (Berkeley Varitronics Systems)

9.71 C3Spectra

9.72 CableFree (Wireless Excellence)

9.73 CableLabs

9.74 CalChip Connect

9.75 Cambium Networks

9.76 Cambridge Consultants (Capgemini Invent)

9.77 CampusGenius

9.78 Capgemini Engineering

9.79 CapX Nederland

9.80 Casa Systems

9.81 CCI (Communication Components Inc.)

9.82 CCN (Cirrus Core Networks)

9.83 Cegeka

9.84 CellAntenna Corporation

9.85 Cellnex Telecom

9.86 cellXica

9.87 Celona

9.88 Centerline Communications

9.89 Challenge Networks (Vocus)

9.90 CICT – China Information and Communication Technology Group (China Xinke Group)

9.91 Cisco Systems

9.92 Citymesh (Cegeka/DIGI Communications)

9.93 COCUS

9.94 Codium Networks

9.95 Comba Telecom

9.96 CommAgility (E-Space)

9.97 Commnet Wireless (ATN International)

9.98 CommScope

9.99 Compal Electronics

9.100 COMSovereign

9.101 CONEXIO Corporation

9.102 CONGIV (ROBUR Industry Service Group)

9.103 Connectivity Wireless Solutions (M/C Partners)

9.104 Contela

9.105 coreNOC

9.106 Corning

9.107 Council Rock

9.108 Cradlepoint (Ericsson)

9.109 Crown Castle International Corporation

9.110 CTL

9.111 CTS (Communication Technology Services)

9.112 Cumucore

9.113 DAEL Group

9.114 dbSpectra

9.115 DeepSig

9.116 Dejero Labs

9.117 DEKRA

9.118 Dell Technologies

9.119 Dense Air (SIP – Sidewalk Infrastructure Partners)

9.120 DGS (Digital Global Systems)

9.121 Digi International

9.122 Digicert

9.123 Digita (DigitalBridge Group)

9.124 DigitalBridge Group

9.125 DKK (Denki Kogyo)

9.126 D-Link Corporation

9.127 Doodle Labs

9.128 Druid Software

9.129 e-BO Enterprises

9.130 EDX Wireless

9.131 Edzcom (Cellnex Telecom)

9.132 EION Wireless

9.133 Element Materials Technology

9.134 EMS (Electronic Media Services)

9.135 Encore Networks

9.136 Ericsson

9.137 ETRI (Electronics & Telecommunications Research Institute, South Korea)

9.138 EUCAST

9.139 EXFO

9.140 ExteNet Systems (DigitalBridge Group)

9.141 EZcon Network

9.142 Fairspectrum

9.143 Federated Wireless

9.144 Fenix Group

9.145 Fibocom

9.146 Fibrolan

9.147 Firecell

9.148 Flash Private Mobile Networks

9.149 floLIVE

9.150 FMBE (FMB Engineering)

9.151 Fortress Solutions

9.152 Foxconn (Hon Hai Technology Group)

9.153 Fraunhofer FOKUS (Institute for Open Communication Systems)

9.154 Fraunhofer HHI (Heinrich Hertz Institute)

9.155 Fraunhofer IIS (Institute for Integrated Circuits)

9.156 Fraunhofer IPT (Institute for Production Technology)

9.157 FreedomFi

9.158 Freshwave Group (DigitalBridge Group)

9.159 FRTek

9.160 FSG (Field Solutions Group)

9.161 Fujitsu

9.162 Future Technologies Venture

9.163 G REIGNS (HTC Corporation)

9.164 G+D (Giesecke+Devrient)

9.165 GCT Semiconductor

9.166 GE (General Electric)

9.167 Gemtek Technology

9.168 Getac Technology Corporation

9.169 GigSky

9.170 Global Telecom

9.171 Globalgig

9.172 Goodman Telecom Services

9.173 Google (Alphabet)

9.174 Granite Telecommunications

9.175 Grape One (Sumitomo Corporation)

9.176 Green Packet

9.177 Greenet (Netherlands)

9.178 GS Lab (Great Software Laboratory)

9.179 GXC (Formerly GenXComm)

9.180 Hawk Networks (Althea)

9.181 HCL Technologies

9.182 HFR Networks

9.183 Hitachi

9.184 HMF (Hytera Mobilfunk)

9.185 Horizon Powered

9.186 HP

9.187 HPE (Hewlett Packard Enterprise)

9.188 HSC (Hughes Systique Corporation)

9.189 HTC Corporation

9.190 Huawei


9.192 Hughes Network Systems (EchoStar Corporation)

9.193 iBwave Solutions

9.194 Iconec

9.195 InfiniG

9.196 Infinite Electronics

9.197 Infomark Corporation

9.198 Infosys

9.199 Infovista

9.200 Innonet

9.201 Inseego Corporation

9.202 Insta Group

9.203 Intel Corporation

9.204 Intelsat

9.205 Intenna Systems

9.206 InterDigital


9.208 IoT4Net

9.209 IPLOOK Networks

9.210 iPosi

9.211 Itron

9.212 JACS Solutions

9.213 JATONTEC (Jaton Technology)

9.214 JCI (Japan Communications Inc.)

9.215 JIT (JI Technology)

9.216 JMA Wireless

9.217 JRC (Japan Radio Company)

9.218 Juniper Networks

9.219 Kajeet

9.220 Key Bridge Wireless

9.221 Keysight Technologies

9.222 Kisan Telecom

9.223 KLA Laboratories

9.224 Kleos

9.225 KMW

9.226 KORE Wireless

9.227 Kumu Networks

9.228 Kyndryl

9.229 Kyocera Corporation

9.230 Kyrio (CableLabs)

9.231 Landmark Dividend (DigitalBridge Group)

9.232 Lekha Wireless Solutions

9.233 Lemko Corporation

9.234 Lenovo

9.235 LG Corporation

9.236 Lime Microsystems

9.237 Lindsay Broadband

9.238 Linkem

9.239 Linx Technologies

9.240 LIONS Technology

9.241 Logicalis (Datatec)

9.242 LS telcom

9.243 m3connect

9.244 MarchNet

9.245 Marubun Corporation

9.246 MatSing

9.247 Maven Wireless

9.248 Mavenir

9.249 MCS Benelux

9.250 Media Broadcast (freenet Group)

9.251 Meta

9.252 Metaswitch Networks (Microsoft Corporation)

9.253 MiCOM Labs

9.254 Microlab (RF Industries)

9.255 Microsoft Corporation

9.256 Miliwave

9.257 MitraStar Technology (Unizyx Holding Corporation)

9.258 MKI (Mitsui Knowledge Industry)

9.259 Mobile Mark

9.260 MobileComm Professionals (UST)

9.261 Monogoto

9.262 MosoLabs (Sercomm Corporation)

9.263 Motorola Mobility (Lenovo)

9.264 Motorola Solutions

9.265 MRK Media

9.266 MRT Technology (Suzhou)

9.267 MSB (M S Benbow & Associates)

9.268 MTI (Microelectronics Technology, Inc.)

9.269 MTI Wireless Edge

9.270 MUGLER

9.271 Multi-Tech Systems

9.272 MVI Group

9.273 NEC Corporation

9.274 Nemko

9.275 Netgear

9.276 Netmore Group

9.277 Netvision Telecom

9.278 Neutral Wireless

9.279 Neutroon Technologies

9.280 NewEdge Signal Solutions

9.281 Nextivity

9.282 Node-H

9.283 Nokia

9.284 Nova Labs (Helium)

9.285 NRB (Network Research Belgium)

9.286 NS Solutions Corporation

9.287 Nsight

9.288 NTT Group

9.289 NuRAN Wireless

9.290 Oceus Networks

9.291 Octasic

9.292 OneLayer

9.293 Ontix

9.294 OPTAGE

9.295 Opticoms

9.296 Oracle Communications

9.297 Panasonic Connect

9.298 Panorama Antennas

9.299 Parallel Wireless

9.300 Parsec Technologies

9.301 Pavlov Media

9.302 PBE Axell (Formerly Axell Wireless)

9.303 PCS Technologies

9.304 PCTEL

9.305 PCTEST Lab (PCTEST Engineering Laboratory)

9.306 Pente Networks

9.307 Pierson Wireless

9.308 Pivot Technology Services

9.309 Pivotal Commware

9.310 Pivotel Group

9.311 Polaris Networks (Motorola Solutions)

9.312 Pollen Mobile

9.313 Potevio (CETC – China Electronics Technology Group Corporation)

9.314 Proptivity

9.315 QCT (Quanta Cloud Technology)

9.316 QuadGen Wireless Solutions

9.317 Qualcomm

9.318 Quantum Wireless

9.319 Qucell Networks (InnoWireless)

9.320 Quectel Wireless Solutions

9.321 Qulsar (VIAVI Solutions)

9.322 Radisys (Reliance Industries)


9.324 Rakuten Symphony

9.325 Ranger Systems

9.326 Ranplan Wireless

9.327 Raycap

9.328 RCS Telecommunications

9.329 RED Technologies

9.330 RF Connect

9.331 RFS (Radio Frequency Systems)

9.332 Rivada Networks

9.333 RKTPL (RK Telesystem Private Limited)

9.334 Rohde & Schwarz

9.335 RSConnect

9.336 RugGear

9.337 RuggON Corporation

9.338 Saankhya Labs (Tejas Networks)

9.339 SAC Wireless (Nokia)

9.340 Samsung

9.341 Sanjole

9.342 SBA Communications

9.343 Select Spectrum

9.344 Seowon Intech

9.345 Sequans Communications

9.346 Sercomm Corporation

9.347 SETUP Protokolltester

9.348 SGS

9.349 Shared Access

9.350 Sharp Corporation (Foxconn – Hon Hai Technology Group)

9.351 Siemens

9.352 Sierra Wireless (Semtech Corporation)

9.353 Sigma Wireless

9.354 Silicom Connectivity Solutions

9.355 Sinclair Technologies (Norsat International/Hytera Communications)

9.356 siticom (Logicalis)

9.357 Sivers Semiconductors

9.358 Skyworks Solutions

9.359 Smart Mobile Labs

9.360 SMAWave (Shanghai SMAWave Technology)

9.361 Socionext

9.362 SOLiD

9.363 Sonim Technologies

9.364 Sony Group Corporation

9.365 Spectrum Effect

9.366 SPIE Group

9.367 Spirent Communications

9.368 Sporton International

9.369 SQUAN

9.370 SSC (Shared Spectrum Company)

9.371 Star Solutions

9.372 STEP CG

9.373 Sunwave Communications

9.374 Supermicro (Super Micro Computer)

9.375 SureSite Consulting Group

9.376 Syniverse

9.377 System Innovation Group

9.378 T&W (Shenzhen Gongjin Electronics)

9.379 Tait Communications

9.380 Tango Networks

9.381 Taoglas

9.382 Tarana Wireless

9.383 TE Connectivity

9.384 Teal Communications

9.385 Techbros

9.386 Tecore Networks

9.387 Telent

9.388 Telet Research

9.389 Televate

9.390 Telewave

9.391 TeleWorld Solutions (Samsung)

9.392 Telit Cinterion

9.393 Telrad Networks

9.394 Telsasoft

9.395 TeraGo

9.396 Tessares

9.397 TESSCO Technologies/Ventev

9.398 ThinkRF

9.399 Three Group Solutions (CK Hutchison)

9.400 Tibco Telecoms

9.401 Tillman Global Holdings

9.402 Tilson

9.403 TIL-TEK Antennae

9.404 Titan ICT

9.405 Titan.ium Platform

9.406 TLC Solutions

9.407 TRIOPT

9.408 T-Systems International

9.409 TÜV SÜD

9.410 Ubicquia

9.411 Ubiik

9.412 UCtel

9.413 UL

9.414 URSYS

9.415 V&M (Venus & Mercury) Telecom

9.416 Valid8

9.417 Vapor IO

9.418 Vertical Bridge (DigitalBridge Group)

9.419 Verveba Telecom

9.420 Viasat

9.421 VIAVI Solutions

9.422 VITES

9.423 VMware

9.424 VVDN Technologies

9.425 Wave-In Communication

9.426 Wavelabs

9.427 Wavesight

9.428 Weaccess Group

9.429 Westell Technologies

9.430 Widelity

9.431 WiFrost

9.432 Wilson Electronics

9.433 Wilus

9.434 WIN Connectivity (Wireless Information Networks)

9.435 Winncom Technologies

9.436 WNC (Wistron NeWeb Corporation)

9.437 WorldCell Solutions

9.438 Wytec International

9.439 Xantaro

9.440 XCOM Labs

9.441 Zebra Technologies

9.442 Zinwave (Wilson Electronics)

9.443 Zmtel (Shanghai Zhongmi Communication Technology)

9.444 ZTE

9.445 Zyxel (Unizyx Holding Corporation)

10 Chapter 10: Conclusion & Strategic Recommendations

10.1 Why is the Market Poised to Grow?

10.2 Future Roadmap: 2023 – 2030

10.2.1 2023 – 2025: Continued Spending on 5G NR & LTE in Mid-Band Shared & Unlicensed Spectrum

10.2.2 2026 – 2029: Widespread Adoption of Private 5G, NR-U & mmWave RAN Deployments

10.2.3 2030 & Beyond: Ubiquity of Shared Spectrum-Enabled Private & Neutral Host Networks

10.3 Fostering Innovation Through Spectrum Liberalization

10.4 Availability of Shared & Unlicensed Spectrum Bands

10.5 Transforming the Cellular Communications Industry

10.6 Spurring the Entry of Private 5G Specialists & Other New Players

10.7 Densification of Public Mobile Operator Networks in the 5G Era

10.8 Accelerating Fixed Wireless Broadband Rollouts in Rural & Underserved Markets

10.9 In-Building Neutral Host Solutions Based on Shared Spectrum Small Cells

10.10 Private Wireless Networks for Enterprises & Vertical Industries

10.11 Laying the Foundation for Industry 4.0 & Advanced Applications With 5G NR Networks

10.12 Prospects of 5G Connectivity in Locally Licensed 26/28 GHz Spectrum

10.13 The Emergence of 5G NR-U Technology

10.14 Strategic Recommendations

10.14.1 LTE/5G Equipment Suppliers & System Integrators

10.14.2 Mobile Operators, Private 5G Specialists, Neutral Hosts & Other Service Providers

10.14.3 Enterprises & Vertical Industries

List of Companies Mentioned

The following companies and organizations have been reviewed, discussed or mentioned in the report: 

3GPP (Third Generation Partnership Project)


5G Campus Network Alliance

5G-ACIA (5G Alliance for Connected Industries and Automation)

5GMF (Fifth Generation Mobile Communication Promotion Forum, Japan)



7P (Seven Principles)

ABiT Corporation

ABP (Associated British Ports)




ACMA (Australian Communications and Media Authority)

ADRF (Advanced RF Technologies)

Affirmed Networks

AGCOM (Communications Regulatory Authority, Italy)

AGURRE (Association of Major Users of Operational Radio Networks, France)




Airport Authority Hong Kong

Airspan Networks

Airtower Networks

Airwavz Solutions

AKOS (Agency for Communication Networks and Services of the Republic of Slovenia)

Akoustis Technologies



Alef (Alef Edge)

Allen Vanguard Wireless

Alliance of Industrial Internet

Alpha Wireless


Alsatis Réseaux


Ambra Solutions-ECOTEL


American Tower Corporation

AMIT Wireless

ANA (All Nippon Airways)

ANACOM (National Communications Authority, Portugal)

Anatel (National Telecommunications Agency, Brazil)


ANS (Advanced Network Services)

Antenna Company




Aquila (Suzhou Aquila Solutions)

Aqura Technologies


ARCEP (Regulatory Authority for Electronic Communications and Posts, France)

Arctic Semiconductor (Formerly SiTune Corporation)

Arete M

ARIB (Association of Radio Industries and Businesses, Japan)

Artemis Networks

Askey Computer Corporation


ASTRI (Hong Kong Applied Science and Technology Research Institute)

ASUS (ASUSTeK Computer)



ATEL (Asiatelco Technologies)


ATIS (Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions)

ATN International


Aviat Networks

AWS (Amazon Web Services)


Azcom Technology


BAKOM/OFCOM (Federal Office of Communications, Switzerland)

Ballast Networks

BAM Nuttall (Royal BAM Group)


BAYFU (Bayerische Funknetz)

BBB (BB Backbone Corporation)

BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation)

BBK Electronics


BEC Technologies



Benic Solution Corporation


Billion Electric


BIPT (Belgian Institute for Postal Services and Telecommunications)

Black Box


BLiNQ Networks

Blu Wireless

Blue Arcus Technologies

BMW Group

BNetzA (Federal Network Agency, Germany)

Boingo Wireless

Boldyn Networks (Formerly BAI Communications)

Boston Dynamics 

Branch Communications

BT Group

BT Media & Broadcast

BTG (Dutch Association of Large-Scale ICT & Telecommunications Users)

BTI Wireless

Bureau Veritas

Burns & McDonnell

BVSystems (Berkeley Varitronics Systems)



CA (Communications Authority of Kenya)

CableFree (Wireless Excellence)


Cal Poly (California Polytechnic State University)

CalChip Connect

Cambium Networks

Cambridge Consultants


Capgemini Engineering

Capgemini Invent

CapX Nederland

Casa Systems

CCI (Communication Components Inc.)

CCN (Cirrus Core Networks)

CCSA (China Communications Standards Association)

CDA (Chicago Department of Aviation)


CellAntenna Corporation

Cellnex Telecom



Centerline Communications

CEPT (European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications Administrations)

CETC (China Electronics Technology Group Corporation)

Challenge Networks

Charge Enterprises

Charter Communications

China Mobile Hong Kong

China Unicom


Chunghwa Telecom

CICT – China Information and Communication Technology Group (China Xinke Group)

Cisco Systems

CITRA (Communication and Information Technology Regulatory Authority, Kuwait)

City of Las Vegas


CK Hutchison

CNA (Cable Networks Akita)


Codium Networks

Cologne Bonn Airport

COMAC (Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China)

Comba Telecom

Comcast Business


Commnet Wireless


Compal Electronics


CONEXIO Corporation


Connectivity Wireless Solutions


Contour Networks



Council Rock

CP Communications

CRA (Communications Regulatory Authority, Qatar)


Crown Castle International Corporation

CST (Communications, Space & Technology Commission, Saudi Arabia)



CTS (Communication Technology Services)

CTU (Czech Telecommunication Office)


DAEL Group

Datang Telecom Technology & Industry Group




Dejero Labs


Del Conca USA

Dell Technologies


Dense Air

DFW (Dallas Fort Worth) International Airport

DGS (Digital Global Systems)

DIGI Communications

Digi International



DigitalBridge Group

DISH Network Corporation

DKK (Denki Kogyo)

D-Link Corporation

Doodle Labs

DoT (Department of Telecommunications, India)


Druid Software

DSA (Dynamic Spectrum Alliance)


e-BO Enterprises

EchoStar Corporation

ECT (Hutchison Ports ECT Rotterdam)


EDX Wireless



EETT (Hellenic Telecommunications and Post Commission)

eHills Corporation


EION Wireless

Element Materials Technology

EMS (Electronic Media Services)

ENACOM (National Communications Agency, Argentina)

Encore Networks

ENGIE Solutions



ETRI (Electronics & Telecommunications Research Institute, South Korea)

ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute)


EUWENA (European Users of Enterprise Wireless Networks Association)

EWA (Enterprise Wireless Alliance)


ExteNet Systems

EZcon Network


Federated Wireless

Fenix Group


FiberHome Technologies



FIH Mobile

FII (Foxconn Industrial Internet)


FIRST RF Corporation


FIT (Foxconn Interconnect Technology)

Flash Private Mobile Networks


FMBE (FMB Engineering)

Fortress Solutions

FOX Sports

Foxconn (Hon Hai Technology Group)


Fraunhofer FOKUS (Institute for Open Communication Systems)

Fraunhofer HHI (Heinrich Hertz Institute)

Fraunhofer IIS (Institute for Integrated Circuits)

Fraunhofer IPT (Institute for Production Technology)


freenet Group

Freshwave Group

Frontier Communications


FSG (Field Solutions Group)


Future Technologies Venture


G+D (Giesecke+Devrient)

GCT Semiconductor

GE (General Electric)


Gemtek Technology

Getac Technology Corporation

GFO Investments


Global Telecom


Gogo Business Aviation

Goodman Telecom Services


Granite Telecommunications

Grape One

Green Packet

Greenet (Netherlands)

Green-GO Digital (ELC Lighting) 

Groupe ADP

GS Lab (Great Software Laboratory)


GXC (Formerly GenXComm)

HAKOM (Croatian Regulatory Authority for Network Industries)

Hawk Networks (Althea)

HCL Technologies

Helios Park Hospital Leipzig

HFR Networks

Hiroshima Gas


Hitachi Kokusai Electric

Hitachi Vantara


HMF (Hytera Mobilfunk)

Hoban Construction

Holmen Iggesund

Horizon Powered

Howard University


HPE (Hewlett Packard Enterprise)

HSC (Hughes Systique Corporation)

HSG (Haslam Sports Group)

Hsinchu City Fire Department

HTC Corporation

HTNG (Hospitality Technology Next Generation)


Hub One (Groupe ADP)


Hughes Network Systems

Hytera Communications

iBwave Solutions


ICTA (Information and Communication Technologies Authority, Mauritius)

IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers)

IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force)

IFT (Federal Institute of Telecommunications, Mexico)

IIC (Industrial Internet Consortium)

IMDA (Infocomm Media Development Authority of Singapore)


Infinite Electronics

Infomark Corporation





Inseego Corporation

Insta Group

Intel Corporation


Intenna Systems



Interlink Group Professional Services

Inventec Corporation


IPLOOK Networks


ISED (Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada)



ITU (International Telecommunication Union)

JACS Solutions

JATONTEC (Jaton Technology)

JBG SMITH Properties

JCI (Japan Communications Inc.)

JIT (JI Technology)

JMA Wireless

John Deere

JRC (Japan Radio Company)

Juniper Networks

Kaiser Permanente


Kansai Electric Power Company

Kawasaki Heavy Industries

KCCS (Kyocera Communication Systems)

Kementerian Kominfo (Ministry of Communication and Information Technology, Indonesia)

KEPCO (Korea Electric Power Corporation)

Key Bridge Wireless

Keysight Technologies

KHNP (Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power)

Kisan Telecom

KLA Laboratories



Koning & Hartman (Axians/VINCI Energies)

Konomachi Network

Kontron Transportation

KORE Wireless

KT Corporation 

Kumagai Gumi

Kumu Networks


Kyocera Corporation


Landmark Dividend

Lekha Wireless Solutions

Lemko Corporation


LG Corporation

Lime Microsystems

Lindsay Broadband


Linx Technologies

LIONS Technology

Logan Aluminum


LS telcom

LTE-U Forum

Lufthansa Technik

M/C Partners



Marubun Corporation


Maven Wireless


MBIE (Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, New Zealand)

MCMC (Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission)

MCS Benelux

Media Broadcast

Mediacom Communications

Memorial Health System

Mercedes-Benz Group

Mercury Broadband


Metaswitch Networks

MFA (MulteFire Alliance)

MIC (Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, Japan)

MiCOM Labs


Microsoft Corporation

Midco (Midcontinent Communications)

MIIT (Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, China)


MitraStar Technology

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation

Mitsubishi Logisnext

MKI (Mitsui Knowledge Industry)

Mobile Mark

MobileComm Professionals


Mori Building Company


Motorola Mobility

Motorola Solutions

MRK Media

MRT Technology (Suzhou)

MSB (M S Benbow & Associates)

MSIT (Ministry of Science and ICT, South Korea)

MTI (Microelectronics Technology, Inc.)

MTI Wireless Edge

MTS (Mobile TeleSystems)


Multi-Tech Systems

MVI Group

NARI Technology 


NBTC (National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission, Thailand)

NCC (National Communications Commission, Taiwan)

NEC Corporation


NetCity (GEOS Telecom/GEOS Holding)


Netmore Group

Netvision Telecom

Neutral Wireless

Neutroon Technologies

NewEdge Signal Solutions



NFL (National Football League)

NGMN (Next-Generation Mobile Networks) Alliance

Nkom (Norwegian Communications Authority)



Norfolk Southern Corporation

Norsat International

Nova Labs (Helium)


NRB (Network Research Belgium)

NS Solutions Corporation

NSC (National Spectrum Consortium)


NTC (National Telecommunications Commission, Philippines)

NTT East

NTT Group

NTT West

NuRAN Wireless

Nutaq Innovation

NYPL (New York Public Library)


Oceus Networks


OFCA (Office of the Communications Authority, Hong Kong)

Ofcom (Office of Communications, United Kingdom)

OhioTT (Ohio Transparent Telecom)


ONF (Open Networking Foundation)

OnGo Alliance




Oracle Communications

O-RAN Alliance


Osaka Gas

Palo Alto Networks

Panasonic Connect

Panorama Antennas

Parallel Wireless

Parsec Technologies

Pavlov Media

PBE Axell (Formerly Axell Wireless)

PCS Technologies


PCTEST Lab (PCTEST Engineering Laboratory)

Pegatron Corporation

Pente Networks

Pierson Wireless

Pivot Technology Services

Pivotal Commware

Pivotel Group

Polaris Networks

Pollen Mobile

Port Authority of New York and New Jersey

Port of Tyne


Prescriptive Data

PRF (Purdue Research Foundation)



PTA (Pakistan Telecommunication Authority)

PTD (Posts and Telecommunications Department, Myanmar)

PTS (Post and Telecom Authority, Sweden)

Purdue University

QCT (Quanta Cloud Technology)

QuadGen Wireless Solutions


Quantum Wireless


Qucell Networks

Quectel Wireless Solutions




Rakuten Symphony

Rampart Communications

Ranger Systems

Ranplan Wireless

RATEL (Regulatory Agency for Electronic Communications and Postal Services, Serbia)


RCS Telecommunications

RED Technologies

Redline Communications

Reliance Industries

RF Connect

RF Industries

RFS (Radio Frequency Systems)


Rivada Networks

RKTPL (RK Telesystem Private Limited)

Robert Bosch

ROBUR Industry Service Group

Rohde & Schwarz


Rudin Management Company


RuggON Corporation

Saankhya Labs

SAC Wireless



SBA Communications

SDG&E (San Diego Gas & Electric)

Select Spectrum


Semtech Corporation

Seowon Intech

Sequans Communications

Sercomm Corporation


SETUP Protokolltester

SGCC (State Grid Corporation of China)

SGP (Société du Grand Paris)


Shared Access

Sharp Corporation


Sierra Wireless

SIGET (General Superintendency of Electricity and Telecommunications, El Salvador)

Sigma Wireless

Silicom Connectivity Solutions

Sinclair Technologies

SIP (Sidewalk Infrastructure Partners)

SIPG (Shanghai International Port Group)


Sivers Semiconductors

Skyworks Solutions

Small Cell Forum

Smart Mobile Labs


SMAWave (Shanghai SMAWave Technology)

SMC (Samsung Medical Center)



Sonim Technologies

Sony Group Corporation

Southern Company

Southern Linc

Spectrum Effect

Spectrum for the Future

SPIE Group

Spirent Communications

Sporton International


SSA Marine (Carrix)

SSC (Shared Spectrum Company)

St. Vrain Valley School District

Star Solutions



Subtel (Undersecretariat of Telecommunications, Chile)

Sumitomo Corporation

Sunwave Communications

Supermicro (Super Micro Computer)

SureSite Consulting Group

SUTEL (Superintendency of Telecommunications, Costa Rica)

SVT (Sveriges Television)


System Innovation Group

T&W (Shenzhen Gongjin Electronics)

t3 Broadband

Tait Communications

Tango Networks


Tarana Wireless

TDRA (Telecommunications and Digital Government Regulatory Authority, UAE)

TE Connectivity

Teal Communications


Tecore Networks

Tejas Networks


Telefónica Germany

Telefónica Group


Telet Research



TeleWorld Solutions

Telit Cinterion

Telrad Networks


Telstra Purple

Teltech Group




TESSCO Technologies


The Sound Hotel


Three Group Solutions

Tibco Telecoms

Tideworks Technology

Tillman Global Holdings


TIL-TEK Antennae

TIM (Telecom Italia Mobile)

Titan ICT

Titan.ium Platform

TLC Solutions

T-Mobile US

Tokyo Metropolitan University


TOUA (Tohono O'odham Utility Authority)

Toyota Motor Corporation

TRA (Telecommunications Regulatory Authority, Bahrain)

Traficom (Transport and Communications Agency, Finland)

TRAI (Telecom Regulatory Authority of India)

TRC (Telecommunications Regulatory Commission, Jordan)

Trilogy Networks


TSDSI (Telecommunications Standards Development Society, India)

T-Systems International

TTA (Telecommunications Technology Association, South Korea)

TTC (Telecommunication Technology Committee, Japan)


U.S. DOD (Department of Defense)

U.S. FCC (Federal Communications Commission)

U.S. Marine Corps



UCSB (University of California, Santa Barbara)


UET (United Electronic Technology)

UIPA (Utah Inland Port Authority)

UKE (Office of Electronic Communications, Poland)


University of Strathclyde

Unizyx Holding Corporation



V&M (Venus & Mercury) Telecom


VALL Technologies

Vapor IO


Verizon Business

Verizon Communications

Vertical Bridge

Verveba Telecom


VIAVI Solutions

VINCI Energies

Vislink Technologies



VNC (Virtual NetCom)


Vodacom Group

Vodafone Germany

Vodafone Group

Volkswagen Group

VVDN Technologies

Watch Communications

Wave-In Communication



WBA (Wireless Broadband Alliance)

Weaccess Group

Westell Technologies

WhiteSpace Alliance


Wi-Fi Alliance


Wilson Electronics


WIN Connectivity (Wireless Information Networks)

Winncom Technologies

WInnForum (Wireless Innovation Forum)

WISPA (Wireless Internet Service Providers Association)

WNC (Wistron NeWeb Corporation)

WorldCell Solutions

Wytec International

X Shore



XGP (eXtended Global Platform) Forum

Yumeshima Container Terminal

Zebra Technologies


Zmtel (Shanghai Zhongmi Communication Technology)