GSM Services Market 2019 Global Analysis, Growth, Size, Share, Trends, Forecast To 2025

Softbank Group. Deutsche Telekom. Telefonica. America Movil. China Telecom. Completion scene: The market appears, apparently, to be partitioned …

GSM Services

GSM Services is the exertion made to diminish the utilization of vitality by utilizing less of a vitality benefit. GSM Services benefit industry gives administration and support to ventures and undertakings as far as GSM Services and discharge decrease. This report centres around the worldwide GSM Services Service status, future figure, development opportunity, key market and key players. The investigation goals are to exhibit the GSM Services Service improvement in United States, Europe and China.

In 2018, the global GSM Services Service market size was xx million US$ and it is expected to reach xx million US$ by the end of 2025, with a CAGR of xx% during 2019-2025.

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The Key Players Covered in This Report:

Verizon Communications

AT and T

Vodafone Group

China Mobile

Nippon Telegraph and Telephone

Softbank Group

Deutsche Telekom

Telefonica

America Movil

China Telecom

Completion scene:

The market appears, apparently, to be partitioned with the proximity of various associations. Elements, for instance, the necessity for low-power and semi-conductor courses of action and redistributing of amassing shapes, will give noteworthy improvement opportunities to GSM Services venders.

Summary: – GSM Services Market high development classes to target, inclines in the utilization of bundling materials, types and terminations classification level dispersion information and brands Market Shares

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What else is contained?

  1. Market data: Overall market value and volume data with growth analysis for 2019-2025
  2. Category coverage: Value and growth analysis for GSM Services Market with inputs on individual segment share within each category and the change in their market share forecast for 2019-2025
  3. Leading players: Market share of brands from 2012-2019
  4. Distribution data: Percentage of sales within each category through distribution channels such as Hypermarkets and Supermarkets, Convenience Stores, and others in 2025
  5. Consumer level trends: Top four consumer trends which influence GSM Services products consumption

    Future outlook: Reviews and recommendations on how the market will shape up from 2019-2025

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TOC 0f GSM Services Market Report:

Global Growth Trends

  1. GSM Services Service Market Size
  2. GSM Services Service Growth Trends by Regions
  3. GSM Services Service Market Size by Regions (2014-2025)
  4. GSM Services Service Market Share by Regions (2014-2019)
  5. Industry Trends
  6. Market Top Trends
  7. Market Drivers
  8. Market Opportunities

Market Share by Key Players

  1. GSM Services Service Market Size by Manufacturers
  2. Global GSM Services Service Revenue by Manufacturers (2014-2018)
  3. Global GSM Services Service Revenue Market Share by Manufacturers (2014-2018)
  4. Global GSM Services Service Market Concentration Ratio (CR5 and HHI)
  5. GSM Services Service Key Players Head office and Area Served
  6. Key Players GSM Services Service Product/Solution/Service
  7. Date of Enter into GSM Services Service Market
  8. Mergers & Acquisitions, Expansion Plans

Breakdown Data by Type and Application

  1. Global GSM Services Service Market Size by Type (2014-2019)
  2. Global GSM Services Service Market Size by Application (2014-2019)

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WorldRemit has partnered with the Commercial Bank of Ethiopia (CBE) to launch the first international mobile money transfer service to Ethiopia. This will allow customers to transfer money quickly and securely to over 20 million CBE bank accounts and 1,300 cash pick-up locations. They will also be able to send money to any mobile number throughout Ethiopia.

Sharon Kinyanjui, the head of east and central Africa at WorldRemit, said this will extend financial services to the unbanked population in Ethiopia, making it easier for rural communities and low-income households to receive money directly to their mobile phones.

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Global 5G Infrastructure Market Analysis 2018 – Qualcomm, Intel, Ericsson, Samsung, NEC …

… Market by type – Software-Defined Networking (SDN), Network Functions Virtualization (NFV), Mobile Edge Computing (MEC), Fog Computing (FC)

Intense Research investigators figure the most recent report on “5G Infrastructure Market Will reaches at CAGR with Significant Growth”, according to their latest report. The 5G Infrastructure Market report covers the overall and all-inclusive analysis of the 5G Infrastructure Market with all its factors that have an impact on market growth. This report is anchored on the thorough qualitative and quantitative assessment of the global 5G Infrastructure Market. The study provides details such as the market share of companies in order to present a broader overview of the key players in the 5G Infrastructure Market.

Some of the Major Market Players are Qualcomm, Intel, Ericsson, Samsung, NEC, Mediatek, Cisco, Cavium, Qorvo, Huawei, LG Electronics, Macom Technology Solutions, Analog Devices, Vmware, Fujitsu, Juniper Networks, Verizon Communications, AT&T, SK Telecom, T-Mobile, Nokia, ZTE Corporation, Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co, Korea Telecom, China Mobile

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5G Infrastructure Market by type – Software-Defined Networking (SDN), Network Functions Virtualization (NFV), Mobile Edge Computing (MEC), Fog Computing (FC)

5G Infrastructure Market by application – Automotive, Energy & Utilities, Healthcare, Industrial Automation, Consumer Electronics, Public Safety & Surveillance, Home Automation, Others

Furthermore, the report encompasses the key strategic developments of the market comprising new product launch, research & development, partnerships, acquisitions & mergers, collaborations & joint ventures agreements, and regional growth of main players in the market on the global and regional basis.

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Furthermore, the report evaluated main market features, comprising capacity utilization rate, revenue, price, capacity, growth rate, import, gross, production, consumption, supply, export, market share, cost, demand, gross margin, and much more. Also, it provides an in-depth evaluation of vital market dynamics and most recent trends, along with relevant market segments.

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North America ( United States)

Europe ( Germany, France, UK)

AsiaPacific ( China, Japan, India)

Latin America ( Brazil)

The Middle East & Africa

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Industry Overview of 5G Infrastructure Market.

Two 5G Infrastructure Market Up and Down Stream Industry Analysis

Three 5G Infrastructure Market Analysis.

Four 2016-2024 5G Infrastructure Market Productions Supply Sales Demand Market Status and Forecast.

Price, Cost, Gross and Gross Margin Analysis of 5G Infrastructure Market by Regions, Types, and Manufacturers.

Consumption Volume, Consumption Value and Sale Price Analysis of 5G Infrastructure Market industry by Regions, Types, and Applications.

Supply, Import, Export and Consumption Analysis of 5G Infrastructure Market.

Major Manufacturers Analysis of 5G Infrastructure Market industry.

Marketing Trader or Distributor Analysis of 5G Infrastructure Market.

Industry Chain Analysis of 5G Infrastructure Market.

Development Trend Analysis of 5G Infrastructure Market.

New Project Investment Feasibility Analysis of 5G Infrastructure Market.

The conclusion of the 5G Infrastructure Market Industry.

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3 Chip Companies Set to Profit From 5G

Broadcom, unlike Qualcomm, doesn’t sell mobile applications processors or even standalone cellular modems. It does, however, sell a wide variety of …

5G wireless has been getting a lot of talk lately. While we’ve seen 4G LTE technology evolve rapidly over the past several years, with peak theoretical speeds surging from about 100 megabits per second to north of 1 gigabit per second, 5G promises another quantum leap in transfer speeds. Consider, for example, that wireless chip specialist Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) says its first 5G modem, the Snapdragon X50, can handle “multi-gigabit” download speeds.

While tech specs are cool, you’re probably wondering which companies can capitalize on the industrywide transition to 5G wireless. Three of them are Qualcomm, Broadcom (NASDAQ:AVGO), and Intel (NASDAQ:INTC).

Intel data center chief with a 5G base station on stage.

Image source: Intel.

1. Qualcomm

Wireless giant Qualcomm makes its money in two key ways: selling chips — primarily applications processors to smartphone makers — and licensing its vast portfolio of wireless patents to companies that sell cellular-capable devices.

On the company’s most recent earnings conference call, CEO Steve Mollenkopf highlighted the importance of the move to 5G, claiming that markets “are unforgiving to companies and competitors that are late to these transitions, especially in the initial ramp years.” He added (emphasis mine): “Our focus and investment priorities over the last couple of years have enabled us to successfully establish a strong technology position and lead the 5G industry transition, which will represent a significant opportunity for Qualcomm to expand revenue and earnings as we exit fiscal 2019.

Later during the call, the head of Qualcomm’s chip business — known as Qualcomm CDMA Technologies, or QCT — expressed the company’s view that 5G will be “a significant expansion, even on existing units, both in revenue and earnings for QCT, but also likely to be an expansion of share.”

Investors should keep an eye on how the 5G transition affects the company’s chip business, as well as its licensing business, over the next couple of years.

2. Broadcom

Broadcom, unlike Qualcomm, doesn’t sell mobile applications processors or even standalone cellular modems. It does, however, sell a wide variety of chips that are key to enabling wireless capabilities in smartphones, including Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and cellular. Like Qualcomm, it stands to benefit from the transition to 5G.

On Broadcom’s Sept. 6 earnings call, CEO Hock Tan cited the industrywide shift to 5G as something that will push its key customers — including Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL), which makes up north of 60% of Broadcom’s overall wireless revenue — to keep buying its more advanced cellular chips. Those chips tend to cost more, boosting the amount of revenue the chip giant generates from each iPhone sold.

Also worth noting is that the shift to 5G isn’t likely to be a one-time thing for the industry. Just as 4G LTE has become more complex over time — something Broadcom has profited handsomely from — the 5G standard is set to evolve, too. As long as Apple continues to endow its iPhones with increasingly capable cellular subsystems as 5G evolves, something it’s likely to do to keep up with the competition, Broadcom’s wireless business should continue to prosper.

3. Intel

Intel pitches itself as an “end-to-end” 5G solution provider. Apple is said to be planning to adopt Intel’s first commercially available modem, known as the XMM 8160, in the 2020 iPhones, and Intel is also set to power a large portion of the wireless infrastructure that will enable 5G networks. At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) earlier this month, the company talked about an upcoming chip called Snow Ridge that was “developed specifically for 5G wireless access and edge computing.”

During the company’s CES keynote, Navin Shenoy, the head of Intel’s data-center group (DCG), the company’s second largest business by revenue and the heart of its long-term growth strategy, indicated that the company’s ambition is to, by 2022, grow the company’s market share in cellular base stations to more than 40%. During its Oct. 25 earnings report, the chip giant said DCG revenue from communications service providers rose 30% year over year in its third quarter.

So while current Intel CFO and interim CFO Bob Swan suggested last year that 5G modems will offer better profitability than current LTE products, the company also has a solid play on the infrastructure side of things.

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Telecom Stock Roundup: AT&T to Shelve Data Sharing, Qualcomm’s Defense & More

The latest indictment traces its roots to a civil suit filed by T-Mobile US, Inc. in Seattle District Court in 2014, in which it accused Huawei of stealing …

In the past five trading days, telecom stocks had a roller-coaster ride as optimism over U.S.-China trade negotiations was negated by market uncertainty triggered by a prolonged partial shutdown of the government, and federal investigation of criminal charges against Huawei. The spiraling issue could further derail the bilateral trade talks between U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Chinese Vice Premier Liu scheduled later this month.

A flurry of decisive steps from China to ease some bottlenecks in the bilateral trade relations and resumption of trade negotiations seemed to offer respite to the beleaguered sector that bore the brunt of the bitter trade war. However, partial shutdown by various federal agencies, for an all-time record of 26 days and counting, dented market euphoria as unavailability of funds by the FCC affected the speedy deployment of 5G technologies. The shutdown hampered FCC’s equipment authorization process, compounding industry fears that the impasse could jeopardize the country’s edge in the upcoming 5G boom.

To add to the woes, the U.S. Justice Department has reportedly decided to pursue a criminal case against leading Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei for alleged trade secret theft. The latest indictment traces its roots to a civil suit filed by T-Mobile US, Inc. in Seattle District Court in 2014, in which it accused Huawei of stealing trade secrets at the behest of R&D team based in China. Although the case was settled with a $4.8 million compensation award to T-Mobile in 2017, it seems that the Trump administration will leave no stone unturned to ban China’s Huawei and ZTE from the country. A bipartisan group of U.S. lawmakers has already introduced bills in this regard.

Meanwhile, the tense undercurrents related to Huawei CFO, Meng Wanzhou and her probable extradition to the United States continued to haunt both the countries. It remains to be seen how the trial pans out with incriminating documents revealing the suspected ties of Huawei with two obscure companies, using which Meng allegedly deceived international banks into clearing transactions (worth millions of dollars) with Iran despite economic sanctions.

Regarding company-specific news, strategic corporate actions, product launches and technology collaborations took the center stage over the past five trading days.

Recap of the Week’s Most Important Stories

1. Over the past few quarters, Ericsson (ERICFree Report) has been diligently focusing on simplifying and stabilizing its businesses to generate a steady revenue stream and improve margins. Despite some definite improvements across most segments, the company has faced roadblocks in the Digital Services segment within the Business Support System (BSS) area. Ericsson now intends to reshape its BSS strategy and fine tune its business model to stem the losses in order to attain its profitability target for 2020.

Although the company was able to generate lasting efficiency improvement in Digital Services by addressing half of the identified 45 critical and non-strategic projects and implementing strategic cost cuts, it failed to script a complete turnaround. This affected its segment margin and forced management to revert to the tried and tested business model within the BSS division. (Read more: Ericsson to Reshape Digital Services Strategy to Stem Losses)

2. Amid bad press related to alleged misuse of location services data, AT&T Inc. (TFree Report) has decided to altogether cease data sharing activities with third-party vendors from March this year. The company expects the strategic move to prevent customers from being adversely affected in the future.

As AT&T’s name cropped up in the investigation, management stated that fraudulent use of sensitive customer data was against corporate policies, “completely ending location aggregator work” from second-quarter 2019 onward. (Read more: AT&T to Shelve Third-Party Location Service Data Sharing)

3. In the U.S. Federal Trade Commission’s antitrust trial for monopolistic trade practices, QUALCOMM Incorporated (QCOMFree Report) recently tried to defend itself using the ‘intellectual property rights’ card. As lawyers from both the government and the company put forth their arguments before the U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh, the 10- day non-jury trial appears to be in a critical stage.

Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf testified before the court that purchasing a license was necessary for phone manufacturers as merely buying a chip did not cover all its IP rights. Consequently, he urged the judge not to view the licensing agreement, which manufacturers needed to comply with, in isolation, and that the entire security structure was required to make the whole system work. (Read more: Qualcomm Uses ‘IP Rights’ Card for Defense in FTC Trial)

4. Continuing its rich legacy of developing pioneering products for the various industry verticals, Corning Incorporated (GLWFree Report) has unveiled the industry’s first automotive glass solutions that deliver impeccable performance and superior system economics. The products, showcased to the public for the first time in 2019 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, attracted great interest from prospective manufacturers.

In order to tap the huge market potential for connected and immersive driver experience in the cockpit, Corning developed two AutoGrade cover glass solutions for auto interiors — one in 2D and the other in 3D format. Both the product variants are subjected to rigorous quality checks and trial runs for the highest reliability performance. These include industry-approved reliability tests using Corning`s system-level design guidelines to have the perfect blend of authentic feel, superior durability and advanced optics. (Read more: Corning Offers Pioneering Automotive Glass Solutions)

5. Motorola Solutions, Inc. (MSIFree Report) recently announced that it has introduced the Si200 body-worn camera to facilitate agencies in investigation while providing footage of incidents.

Notably, the Si200 body-worn camera captures high-definition video and boasts additional advanced capabilities, helping integration across the public safety workflow. It combines with CommandCentral Vault — Motorola’s digital evidence management solution — that enables investigating agencies to manage content from in-field capture to judicial process under an integrated platform. (Read more: Motorola Unveils Si200 Body-Worn Camera for Digital Evidence)

Price Performance

The following table shows the price movement of some of the major telecom stocks over the past week and during the past six months.

In the past five trading days, SBA Communications Corporation was the biggest gainer with its share price increasing 4.5% while Sprint Corporation declined the most with its stock losing 3.5%.

Over the past six months, Verizon Communications Inc. has been the best performer with its stock appreciating 10.4% while Harris Corporation declined the most with its shares falling 11.4%.

Over the past six months, the Zacks Telecommunications Services industry has inched up 1.8% while the S&P 500 fell 7.2%.

What’s Next in the Telecom Space?

In addition to continued product launches and deployment of 5G technologies, all eyes will remain glued to how the United States and China continue their negotiations for a long-term solution to the trade war amid the backdrop of Huawei’s criminal investigation process.

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