From the leading providers of critical communications research, this study, in its eighth edition examines the world market for critical communications broadband and data solutions. The broadband market continues to expand across multiple verticals as users demand high bandwidth solutions to facilitate applications such as video streaming, internet access and advanced mapping. This demand has resulted in trials all over the world with some of these transitioning into full-scale network rollouts. Significant advances toward private network solutions continue, which give LMR users the option of rolling out dedicated high-speed data networks that would address their current and future data throughput needs.
IHS Markit in this report has the main objective of providing a strategic marketing tool for cellular and mobile radio network operators, infrastructure suppliers, user equipment suppliers, semiconductor manufacturers, and component suppliers.
This report provides market statistics and forecasts of four LTE broadband markets:
- Data over public commercial cellular networks
- Data over public commercial cellular networks that have dedicated access enhancements for its users.
- Data over private networks only, based on commercial cellular technology
- Data over a combination (hybrid) of private networks based on commercial cellular technology and public commercial cellular networks that have dedicated access enhancements for its users.
Moreover, this report will present revenue projections for Mobile services, LTE devices, infrastructure, managed services, system integration and other technologies used to provide services.
Overall, the statistical analysis for this report subdivides the high-speed/broadband mobile radio market into five main geographic regions and will include new countries/regional splits. In-depth analysis of factors affecting each country/region along with comprehensive market forecasts for all major technologies are included out to 2026.
Analyst II, Critical Communications
Jesus Gonzalez is an analyst on the Critical Communications team at IHS Markit Technology. He is currently the lead analyst for the group’s broadband research. His responsibilities cover writing global market studies and quarterly briefs focused on business and technology issues surrounding broadband capability of mission critical systems.