The Development of Global 5G Landscape in 2019 by Concoxgarinby Concox Garin Marketing Manager
From 1G to 5G, the function began to increase slowly. From 3G, there was video, and when 4G, video, VR, etc. appeared, and in 5G, smart home, driverless and telemedicine appeared. 5G will provide us with a transmission rate with peaks above 10Gbps, and will also be stable between 1Gbps and 2Gbps, with higher transmission rates and low time.
5G global competition - China and the United States tied for first place, South Korea ranked third
According to the latest Global 5G Competition report released by the United States Wireless Communications and Internet Association (CTIA) on April 3, 2019, thanks to the rapid action of US operators and government officials, the United States is ahead of 5G in terms of 5G readiness. South Korea rose from third place in the previous year to tie for first place with China. Followed by South Korea, Japan, the United Kingdom and Italy. In addition, it is expected that by the end of 2019, there will be 92 5G commercial deployment plans in the United States, with 48 in South Korea and 16 in the United Kingdom.
Spectrum allocation competition - low, high frequency US leading IF Spain leading
In terms of spectrum allocation, the United States is currently the world leader in the number of low-band and high-band spectrum allocated to 5G. Since the allocated low-band spectrum is 716MHz, although the speed is slower, the distance is farther. The United States is at least slightly higher than second-ranked Australia (690MHz) and third-ranked Germany (689MHz); for the millimeter-wave high-frequency spectrum, the United States A short-range high-speed frequency of 2500 MHz has been allocated. However, the United States is at the bottom of the distribution of the intermediate band spectrum, Spain has allocated 360MHz spectrum, Italy, China, South Korea and the United Kingdom have also taken action, while the US dedicated spectrum allocated to 5G is still zero.
US - Four major operators are “ambitious”
On October 1, 2018, Verizon announced that it launched 5G Home services in four cities in the United States; AT&T announced on December 21, 2018 that it officially launched the “5G+” service in compliance with 3GPP standards in more than a dozen cities in the United States. It can be seen that the early 5G service has been launched and operated in the United States, but it is still subject to the “5G commercial mobile phone has not been commercially available”. The main use is still achieved through a device similar to a WiFi router, but with mobile properties.
South Korea - 5G world’s first commercial to create a 5G service ecosystem
On December 1, 2018, the world’s first 5G network commercial country appeared - South Korea. At zero, South Korea’s three major mobile communication operators SK telecom, KT, and LG U+ jointly announced the official commercialization of the Korean 5G network, and South Korea became the first country in the world to use 5G. In March 2019, after the three major mobile communication providers in Korea planned to officially launch 5G services for individual user groups, Korea 5G provided services for enterprises and individual users. South Korea’s mobile communications companies are pushing the 5G service process, which has two deep impressions. First, the process of promoting related services is faster, and the focus is on taking the lead; the second is to build a 5G service ecosystem.
EU - leading standards advancement
The EU is the main driver of communication standards. In September 2016, the European Commission officially announced the 5G action plan, which means that the EU entered the trial and deployment planning stage, and was also seen as a response to the earlier US announcement of the 5G plan. According to the 5G strategy released by Germany, Germany’s 5G will be fully commercialized by 2020. In 2018, the European Commission, the European Parliament and the Council of the European Union have agreed on the European Electronic Communications Regulations (EECC) and will take measures to strengthen the launch of 5G and other next-generation network technologies.
Japan - 5G commercial-use is expected in 2020
Japan’s 2020 Tokyo Olympics and the Paralympics have become an important boost for Japan’s development of 5G. In cooperation with the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics, Japanese operators will start commercial use of 5G in some areas such as the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, and then gradually expand the region. On December 5, 2018, Japan’s Soft Bank Co., Ltd. publicized the 5G communication test in the 28GHz band. The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications of Japan prepared three bands of 3.7GHz, 4.5GHz and 28GHz for 5G, of which 28GHz will be bandwidth. The largest frequency band. In addition, Japan’s three major mobile operators NTT DoCoMo, KDDI and Softbank plan to launch 5G services in some regions by 2020. It is expected to expand the commercial use of 5G to the whole of Japan around 2023 with a total investment of up to 5 trillion yen.
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