According to the report “Mobile Broadband Trends in Asia-Pacific”, it was observed that the population in Asia-Pacific are adopting smart home automations. Various technologically advanced home automations help in interconnecting many smart devices within a home by integrating wireless communication technologies or mobile broadband technologies. It is said that the users can obtain real-time information by connecting all the smart devices with their mobile devices such as smartphones or tablets. These innovative trend demands the need for efficiently wired or wireless communication infrastructures. Therefore there is an increasing demand for G.fast integrated broadband solutions. These solutions facilitate smart communication between devices by providing ultra-speed connections with data speeds up to 1Gbps. With the increase in smart home market, G.fast mobile integrated broadband solutions services market will increase drastically.
Mobile broadband is a wireless internet access operated through mobile phone, laptops, desktop computers, mobile phones, tablets, and other handheld digital devices, by installing portable USB broadband modems. Advanced mobile broadband systems provide internet services through wireless communication from the servers. The evolution in telecommunication infrastructure is contributing to the increasing use of mobile broadband in Asia-Pacific. Mobile broadband infrastructure involves many software platforms that exhibit various development tools and deployment servers. The infrastructure exploits various mobile applications or stimulates the already established conventional enterprise applications such as e-mail and data stores. All the mobile broadband applications are either pre-installed during manufacturing process or delivered as web applications after purchase.
G.fast technology is still at its innovation stage but the market for G.fast chipsets is highly concentrated with very less number of companies offering the integrated devices with digital subscriber line (DSL) protocol standards. With very few competitors within the broadband market in Asia-Pacific, new players are entering the market with innovative and unique broadband solutions. The end-users of G.fast chipsets are residential and enterprise/commercial consumers. The residential segment accounts for a major consumption of the G.fast chipsets within the mobile broadband market within Asia-Pacific. The leading companies in mobile broadband market in Asia-Pacific are Airtel, AMCA, Bakrie Telekom, China Mobile, China Telecom, China Unicom, Citycell, CSL New World, Digi, Esia, Huawei, KDDI, KT, LG U+, LINE, M1, Maxis, Mytel, NTT Docomo, Ooredoo, Optus, PCCW, Reliance Communications, Reliance Jio, SKT, Softbank, Telenor, Telstra, Vodafone, Warid, WeChat and Y!Mobile.
Evolution within mobile broadband has motivated the adoption of mobile and wireless infrastructure software platforms. It is estimated that the G.fast chipset market will witness a continuing growth over the next few years. It was observed that there is a demand for development of advanced automated and specific mobile application solutions. It was observed that Asia-Pacific mobile and wireless infrastructure software platform has witnessed a desirable growth, due to affordable smartphones or tablets and increasing digitalization. Furthermore, there is an increasing demand for high speed and reliable networks in all sectors. The continuing advancements in Asia-Pacific mobile broadband networks will encourage more robust technologies in mobile broadband trends over the next few years.
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Ankur Gupta, Head Marketing & Communications