Over 22 Million Open RAN Installs in 2026 and 37 Other Technology Stats You Need to Know

NEW YORK, February 15, 2022 / PRNewswire / – The COVID-19 pandemic will accelerate the pace of digital transformation by putting technology at the heart of people’s lives and work – and this pace shows no signs of slowing down. In its new official document 38 technology statistics that you need to know for 2022, the company is a global technology intelligence ABI Research identified and highlighted the most effective predictions that illuminate the direction in which digital transformation is really moving.

“Of the many millions of data points that ABI Research creates each year, we have focused on the most recognizable statistics that will be more relevant in the years to come. and the growing focus on cybersecurity is just some of the many changes on the horizon that indicate a more connected, more vulnerable and, ultimately, more technology-oriented. ” Stuart Carlowexplains the chief researcher of ABI Research.

The statistics of the 5G and mobile network infrastructure highlighted in the official document include:

Open RAN installations will increase from 1.37 million in 2021 to 22.52 million in 2026.
“Open RAN revenues will not match traditional RAN revenues, but will grow slowly over the forecast period. Due to integration and technology developments, significant resistance from vendors could completely delay or even destroy the Open RAN movement before it reaches large proportions. now we will learn that Open RAN will still need years of development before it can compare with the performance of large manufacturers and cost-effectiveness, “- says Dimitris Maurakis, Senior Research Director, ABI Research. This led to a decline in interest in Open RAN in early 2022.

ABI Research expects Open RAN to be transformed into a next-generation RAN concept driven primarily by large infrastructure vendors who will be more open in interacting with other vendors and will incorporate open elements into their proprietary platforms. Ericsson, Huawei and Nokia, among others, will adapt to Open RAN.

Serviceable Addressable Market (SAM) Satellite Communication Potential. Asia-Pacific region will increase from 161.5 million premises in 2021 to 169.0 million premises in 2026.

According to Jun Wei Yiresearch analyst ABI Research, “The Asia-Pacific region the market has contrasting broadband penetration markets such as Japan, South Korea, Chinaand countries such as India, Indonesiaand Philippineswhere high-speed broadband has not yet gained significant penetration. Significant population growth continues to be observed in many rural settlements of the region during the forecast period. Fiber-optic and fixed wireless access (FWA) continue to be deployed, but face challenges in addressing rural markets. In low-income areas, service providers may need to depreciate the cost of Customer Equipment (CPE) throughout the life of the service contract, or government agencies may need to actively subsidize the cost of CPE to make the service more accessible.

“While there are still fundamental challenges ahead – political turmoil, entrenched endemics and a broken supply chain – these statistics should provide the insights and valid data needed to chart a successful course in 2022 and beyond,” Carlo concludes.

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