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Nokia recorded the highest growth rate18. 05. 2023 Thursday / By: Robert Denes / Business / Exact time: BST / Print this page
R EDWOOD CITY, Calif. - May 18, 2023 - Dell'Oro Group, a trusted source of market intelligence for the telecommunications, security, network and data center industries, said in a recent report that preliminary results show slower momentum in the broader 2G-5G Radio Access Network (RAN) market as the fourth quarter of 2021 extended into the first quarter of 2023, driving the overall RAN market to record six consecutive quarters of more stable trends.
"Despite weak top-line growth, the quarter was actually very interesting both regionally and from a supplier perspective," said Dell'Oro Group Vice President Stefan Pongratz. “Not surprisingly, growth is shifting from developed markets to slower 5G adoption markets. However, the speed of this shift was perhaps a little surprising, as the pendulum swung drastically to the positive in India, while the North American RAN market performed much worse than expected. In terms of suppliers, the ranking of suppliers was mostly stable in the quarter. However, supplier revenue shares were affected by significantly different growth trajectories among suppliers,” continued Pongratz.
Additional highlights from the Q1 2023 RAN report:
The Dell'Oro Group RAN Quarterly Report provides a complete overview of the RAN industry, with tables of manufacturers and market revenue across multiple RAN segments, including 5G NR Sub-6 GHz, 5G NR mmWave, LTE, Macro Base Stations and Radios Cells, Massive MIMO, Open RAN and vRAN.Via Link