GSM, a global system for mobile communication is a standard developed to illustrate protocols for second generation (2G) mobile phones enabled with digital cellular networks. GSM standards were launched as a substitute for the first generation (1G) analog cellular network.
Unified threat management is an advanced approach where single component provides multiple functions. Adoption of virtual private network among end-users and advanced unified threat management solutions shall back the global market. Further, due to low deployment cost and increased adoption of smart devices, unified threat management is set to grow.
Small cells are the mini cells used in telecom and data transfer. These small cells transfer the low power signal by using small base as compared to macro cells. Small cells provide much better voice quality in mobile phones, better battery life and high performance.
The global 5G technology market is anticipated to record a CAGR of 73.61% during the forecast period, i.e. 2020-2028. International Telecommunication Union (ITU) stated the total number of individuals using the internet jumped from 29.3 units per 100 inhabitants in the year 2010 to an estimated 53.6 units per 100 inhabitants by 2019.
Fiber to the home (FTTH) is communication architecture in which high-speed internet, digital television and telephone services are provided to residences and businesses through optical fiber directly from the operator’s switching equipment. Global Fiber to the home (FTTH) Market is expected to grow through 2025.
Data centers are networked computers and storage equipment assisting companies to organize process and disseminate large quantities of applications. Data centers are important assets in day-to-day operations and are a focal point as companies rely on information center services, applications, and data.
Quantum computing is used in applications that demands performing complex calculations and tasks in shortest time with utmost safety and thus is gaining popularity in cloud computing, machine learning, molecular structure engineering, smart manufacturing, smart logistics, and smart retail applications.
5G technology is projected to have a massive impact on next-gen infrastructures. It is likely to play an important role in powering future cities, industries, transport, homes, etc. The high-performance network capacity of 5G technology is prompting service providers and telecom operators to invest in the technology.
The global IoT telecom services market is expected to exhibit an astounding CAGR of 36.96% over the forecast period from 2018 to 2023, growing to a value of $22.57 billion due to growing demand for IoT telecom services in automotive telematics, smart buildings and cities, as well as industrial automation.