5G Infrastructure Market Soaring at 95.8% CAGR to Reach $58174.6 million by 2025

… mobile edge computing, and fog computing. By chipset, the market is classified into application-specific integrated circuit, radio frequency integrated …

Portland, OR, March 12, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — According to this latest research study, the global 5G Infrastructure Market garnered $371.4 million in 2017 and is expected to register $58,174.6 million by 2025, growing at a healthy CAGR of 95.8% from 2018 to 2025.

The market growth is supplemented by the proliferation of M2M/IoT connections, and increase in demand for mobile broadband services. However, high investment and technological & infrastructure challenges in implementation of 5G network and privacy & security concerns are expected to impede the market growth. Furthermore, rise in government initiatives for building smart cities in Asia-Pacific is expected to provide lucrative opportunities for the market growth.

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5G technology in the healthcare industry vertical enables services such as remote patient monitoring, remote surgery, and others with the help of connected healthcare devices. For instance, in rural areas, it is not feasible for seasoned doctors located several miles away to reach the patients as it can be time-consuming. Although with the advent of telehealth and remote monitoring systems, patients can receive treatment from their homes. Doctors can recommend prescriptions and other information to patients with the help of video calls. This can save a significant amount of cost and time required in the conventional methods. In addition, with the use of 5G technology, transmission of large data files, communication in different languages, real-time remote monitoring, and others can provide lucrative growth opportunities for the 5G infrastructure market in the healthcare sector.

The 5G infrastructure market is segmented into communication infrastructure, network technology, chipset type, application, and region. Based on communication infrastructure, it is divided into small cell, macro cell, radio access network, and distributed antenna system. Based on network technology, it is categorized into software defined networking & network function virtualization, mobile edge computing, and fog computing. By chipset, the market is classified into application-specific integrated circuit, radio frequency integrated circuit, millimeter wave technology chips, and field-programmable gate array. Based on application, it is fragmented into automotive, energy & utilities, healthcare, retail, and others. Based on region, it is analyzed across North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and LAMEA.

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The key players profiled in this report include AT&T, Ericsson, Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd., Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), Intel Corporation, Mediatek Inc., Nokia Corporation, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., and Verizon.

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What next after Industry 4.0?

… Huawei; Åsa Tamsons, Ericsson; Georg Kube, SAP SE; and Dirk Ahlborn, Founder and CEO of Hyperloop Transportation Technologies (HTT).

Industry 4.0 is already a reality in many companies, shaping daily work routines in production and logistics. But what’s on the horizon after Industry 4.0? What are the challenges, and what are the opportunities and risks of industrial transformation?

The new Industrial Pioneers Summit at Hannover Messe 2019 has been created specifically to find answers to these questions. On Tuesday 2 April (12:30 – 6:00 p.m, Room 2, Convention Center), forward thinkers and visionaries from business, politics and society generally will gather to discuss tomorrow’s intelligent factories. The discussions will focus on innovative developments and the change processes resulting from them. The topic areas discussed will include augmented reality, the new 5G telephony standard and various innovative transport solutions that may result from technologies such as Hyperloop.

Among the business pioneers taking the stage will be Klaus Helmrich, Siemens AG; Dr. Detlef Zühlke, smartfactory-KL e. V.; Christine Bowles, Intel Corp.; Volkhard Bregulla, Hewlett Packard Enterprises; Vincent Peng, Huawei; Åsa Tamsons, Ericsson; Georg Kube, SAP SE; and Dirk Ahlborn, Founder and CEO of Hyperloop Transportation Technologies (HTT). HTT is developing the Hyperloop, a transportation concept that envisages propelling people and goods in pods inside in a sealed system of tubes at speeds of up to 1200 km/h (over 700 mph).

There will also be speakers from the very highest levels of politics, including EU Commissioner Günther H. Oettinger, while the wider societal aspects of technological transformation will be covered off by experts such as Microsoft’s Caglayan Arkan.

The premiere of the Industrial Pioneers Summit is expected to feature more than 500 participants.

The new summit has the European Commission as its official patron and is supported by the following partners and sponsors: German Association for the Digital Economy (BVDW), German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI), Ericsson, Hewlett Packard Enterprises, Huawei, Intel, Microsoft, Siemens, German Engineering Federation (VDMA) and German Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers’ Association (ZVEI).

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Global Photonic IC Market Overview 2019-2027: Infinera , Alcatel-Lucent , Avago , NeoPhotonics …

… as Infinera , Alcatel-Lucent , Avago , NeoPhotonics , HUAWEI , Cisco , Ciena , Intel , Oclaro , JDS Uniphase , Finisar , Luxtera , Mellanox , OneChip .

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Check out JB Hi-Fi’s great value plans on the Telstra network

Fresh off Telstra’s bonus deal we posted this morning, JB Hi-Fi are offering some great deals also. If you are living this life as well JB Hi-Fi has some …

If you’ve embraced the joy of decoupling your mobile phone purchasing from your monthly mobile plan you might be familiar with the freedom of shopping around for the best plan. Fresh off Telstra’s bonus deal we posted this morning, JB Hi-Fi are offering some great deals also.

If you are living this life as well JB Hi-Fi has some great value plans on the Telstra network that really are worthy of consideration. Telstra’s network is, for the majority of Australia, the best around, unfortunately they seem to be aware of this and charge accordingly. If you want to stay with Telstra or switch over to reap those coverage benefits but want to save a few bucks and get some extra data then it’s time to look a JB HiFi.

Plans

JB is offering 3 basic plans, one of which is really only for new Telstra customers. On the whole plans are relatively simple these days if you don’t need international calling. You can expect unlimited national calls and texts, and various amounts of data and contract lengths.

$65/ Month $55/ Month $45/ Month
National Calls and texts Unlimited
Contract 24 Months 12 Months 12 Months
Included data 80GB 60GB 50GB
Special conditions (after $10 credit for new customers) + free Huawei Nova 3i

The current special is with the $55 plan (after the $10 bonus – plan is usually $65 a month) is that for a limited time customers will also get a free Huawei Nova 3i valued at $499.

Credit: OzBargain

The important thing to remember with JB Hi-Fi is they aren’t a MVNO, they are a certified Telstra dealer, as such you’re getting the full Telstra experience including all of the additional Telstra features like AFL, Telstra Thanks etc.

Port in deals

For customers ‘porting in’ from other carriers (not including Boost and Belong customers) JB offers some relatively attractive bonus offers. For new users signing up for the 24 month $65 plan you can get either $500 towards a new phone valued over $999 or $300 towards a new phone valued at less that $999 but more than $300.

The $55 12 month plan for new customers only attracts a $300 JB Hi-Fi Store card which unfortunately you get after purchasing the phone, as such you can’t use it to actually buy the device upfront — you do get a free Huawei Nova 3i at the moment though.

If you’re wanting or needing to be on the Telstra network for what ever reason but you’re looking for slightly better value and inclusions than you get from Telstra direct and you don’t mind a minimum of a 12 month contract perhaps now’s the time to look at JB Hi-Fi’s plans?

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Revealed: Unlocked hut in a caravan park with no guards is all that protects Britain’s £30billion …

Hirander Misra, chief executive of Gmex Group, a financial technology company, estimated that the commercial advantage provided by the astonishing …

A vital transatlantic internet cable worth £30 billion a year to Britain’s economy is housed in an unguarded shed – making it an easy target for terrorists or saboteurs.

An investigation by The Mail on Sunday has exposed alarming security flaws that leaves the fibre-optic cable vulnerable to attack. It forms the backbone of the UK’s internet services and serves major banks and financial firms.

Many crucial infrastructure sites such as nuclear power stations and military bases are guarded around the clock by armed police, yet the building that houses the £230 million Hibernia Express at the spot where it comes ashore in Britain doesn’t even have a permanent security guard.

Barely 200 yards from a funfair, below, this unremarkable green hut is where vital transatlantic internet cables worth billions to Britain surface from the ocean. But our reporter Mark Hookham was able to stroll up a ramp and walk through an open gate without challenge before peering through an open door

Barely 200 yards from a funfair, below, this unremarkable green hut is where vital transatlantic internet cables worth billions to Britain surface from the ocean. But our reporter Mark Hookham was able to stroll up a ramp and walk through an open gate without challenge before peering through an open door

Barely 200 yards from a funfair, below, this unremarkable green hut is where vital transatlantic internet cables worth billions to Britain surface from the ocean. But our reporter Mark Hookham was able to stroll up a ramp and walk through an open gate without challenge before peering through an open door

Standing behind rows of static caravans, above the green hut holds the key cables

Standing behind rows of static caravans, above the green hut holds the key cables

Standing behind rows of static caravans, above the green hut holds the key cables

Last week, a Mail on Sunday reporter ambled through an open gate and was able to look inside the station unchallenged.

A terrorist or foreign agent would have been free to plant explosives or force their way inside.

Twelve years ago, police reportedly foiled an Al Qaeda plot to destroy a key internet hub in London.

Another Mail on Sunday reporter found that defences at the landing station on the other side of the Atlantic – in Nova Scotia, Canada – were equally weak.

Former Security Minister Lord West last night described the discovery as ‘extremely worrying’, and Bob Fonow, a US telecoms industry expert, accused the British and US governments of ‘dangerous complacency’.

The Hibernia Express, which runs for more than 2,800 miles along the Atlantic seabed, provides Britain’s fastest internet connection to the US and Canada.

MINISTERS WARNED OVER PLOT TO DESTROY VITAL SITES

Ministers were warned 15 months ago that terrorists could target the poorly protected sheds along Britain’s coastline where undersea cables surface.

A 2017 report by the Policy Exchange think-tank said the landing sites were often in remote coastal towns and ‘do not typically benefit from the protection of highly trained personnel’.

Highlighting their appeal to terrorists, the report’s author, Tory MP Rishi Sunak, now a junior Minister, wrote: ‘If the idea of ISIS/Daesh targeting a business park in a rural, coastal town seems far-fetched, it’s worth remembering that in 2007 Scotland Yard successfully foiled an Al Qaeda plot to destroy a key internet exchange in London.

‘Given that the facility is considerably better protected than many undersea landing sites, it would seem hubristic to dismiss the possibility as too unlikely to warrant mitigation.’

He predicted that ‘major cable disruption’ at a leading financial centre such as London would be ‘potentially catastrophic’.

Industry sources say that a co-ordinated attack against several of the cable stations could cripple communications.

Inside the cable landing stations are sophisticated generating devices that inject up to 4,000 volts of power into the cable to speed data across the ocean. A number of air conditioning units are attached to the side of the Hibernia Express building to keep it cool.

After surfacing, the Hibernia cable runs underground to a huge data centre called LD4 in Slough, Berkshire. The cable from the shed in Nova Scotia links to a web of other cables connecting financial centres in Boston, New York, New Jersey and Chicago.

The Hibernia Express was launched in 2015 but was delayed for two years due to US concerns about the involvement of Huawei, the controversial Chinese technology giant.

The company was eventually dropped from the project.

Last night, Rupert Reid, research director at the Policy Exchange, said: ‘It is deeply concerning that over a year after we warned about this vulnerability, exposed landing points are still being found.

‘The Government and industry must redouble their efforts to protect this critical national infrastructure.’

A spokesman for the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport said: ‘The Government is working closely with stakeholders, including the subsea cables industry, to continually improve the security and resilience of the UK’s telecommunications networks.’

Data is fired from London to New York and back again in 58.55 milliseconds, more than five times quicker than the blink of an eye. It is part of a global network of 200 undersea cables, each the width of a garden hose, which transmits 97 per cent of global internet traffic and telephone calls.

Nine major cables connect the UK with the US and Canada, but the Hibernia Express carves a much straighter route and its extraordinary speed – six milliseconds faster than its nearest rival – makes it crucial for investment banks and hedge funds engaged in high-frequency trading.

Traders nicknamed ‘flash boys’ use super-computers capable of placing millions of orders each day, and gain an advantage by moving trades milliseconds before their rivals. Industry insiders say a reduction in speed of just one millisecond can be worth up to £77 million a year, which explains why firms reportedly pay £3 million a year for access to the cable.

Search engines, telecoms providers and entertainment and media companies pay for access to lower speeds on the cable, which is owned by telecoms provider GTT Communications. Microsoft is a client and Google, Apple and Facebook are also understood to use it.

Hirander Misra, chief executive of Gmex Group, a financial technology company, estimated that the commercial advantage provided by the astonishing speed of the Hibernia Express could be the equivalent to a 3.1 per cent boost to the UK’s GDP over two years – or £33 billion a year.

Despite its critical importance, Hibernia Express’s landing station in England sits behind caravans and a funfair rollercoaster in a windswept corner of a popular coastal resort.

The building, roughly the size of a small bungalow, stands at one end of a car park used to store about 20 caravans.

During the summer, the car park is the venue for weekend markets and car-boot sales. Holidaymakers buying souvenirs and bric- a-brac would be oblivious to being only yards from such a vital piece of the nation’s infrastructure. Located on a raised concrete platform to protect it from flooding, the one-storey building has a 9ft-high metal fence around it, but no barbed wire to prevent an intruder clambering over.

A slide gate built into the fence had been left open last Wednesday, allowing our reporter and a photographer to enter the compound and stroll around next to the building.

At the rear, a door had been left open by a group of engineers working inside. They were startled when the reporter peered inside and introduced himself. One of the men, who described himself as the ‘senior facilities manager’, said: ‘I can’t say anything to you – we need to go through our media team.’

Asked about the protection of the site, he replied: ‘We are very careful what we say it [the building] actually is. Our best way of security is if people don’t know it’s here.’

The site is not normally manned and does not have guards. Instead, it relies on a network of security cameras to spot potential attackers and alert a remote control room.

However, our reporter and photographer spent 30 minutes close to the site without challenge before talking to the engineers.

Up to 93 miles of the Hibernia Express cable was laid on the ocean floor each day by three specialist ships after the project started in May 2015 and the cables were live just four months later.

Up to 93 miles of the Hibernia Express cable was laid on the ocean floor each day by three specialist ships after the project started in May 2015 and the cables were live just four months later.

Up to 93 miles of the Hibernia Express cable was laid on the ocean floor each day by three specialist ships after the project started in May 2015 and the cables were live just four months later.

Remarkably, architect’s plans for the landing station are available on the local council’s website. The Mail on Sunday has chosen not to identify the location of the station, but the blueprints give details of its power supply, back-up generators and buried fuel tanks.

LOSS OF CABLE FOR ONE MILLISECOND COULD COST £77M A YEAR

The data can travel across the Atlantic Ocean from London to New York and back again in 58.55 milliseconds – five times faster than the blink of an eye.

Banks and hedge funds each pay up £3 million a year to access the fastest speed available on the Hibernia Express – but stand to gain tens of millions by using it.

The cable has a plastic outer shell covering steel rods that protect the fibres. At the core, 12 separate fibres carry data at 126,138 miles per second.

Up to 93 miles of the Hibernia Express cable was laid on the ocean floor each day by three specialist ships. The project began in May 2015 and the cables were live just four months later.

In Halifax, Nova Scotia, green electric gates guard the entrance road to the landing station, but these were open when our reporter visited. Beside the gate is a security camera, but the reporter and a photographer were free to stroll 400 yards along a snow-lined road to the facility and spend 20 minutes taking photographs and examining the site without being challenged.

Lord West said: ‘We are very worried about the Russians playing around with underwater cables of ours, including this one. But if where it comes ashore is not protected at all, then you don’t actually need to go to all the effort of getting down underwater. You can damage it without doing that. I find that extremely worrying.’

Mr Fonow, who carried out a review of the security around Britain’s cable infrastructure in 2005, said the GTT site did not appear to be secure and that bankers and traders ‘will not be happy’.

‘With all the information available about poor physical security of the internet and the complete dependency of modern societies on this infrastructure for survival, it is clear that governments aren’t taking the security of the infrastructure seriously,’ he said.

Last night, a spokesman for GTT said that the cable landing stations ‘have security built into their core and resilience measures in place that mean any interruption of service would not materially impact internet traffic’.

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