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무선의 습격 : 신형 무선 통신 기능을 보완하는 유선 통신 기업

Air Attack: Cable Adding New Wireless Weapons

리서치사 Heavy Reading
발행일 2018년 07월 상품 코드 662739
페이지 정보 영문 20 Pages
US $ 2,495 ₩ 3,006,000 PDF By E-mail (Includes Corporate Access)

무선의 습격 : 신형 무선 통신 기능을 보완하는 유선 통신 기업 Air Attack: Cable Adding New Wireless Weapons
발행일 : 2018년 07월 페이지 정보 : 영문 20 Pages

미국의 유선 통신 기업은 현재 크게 변화하고 있으며, 디지털 전환 동향에 의해 무선 통신 기능을 수용하고 있습니다. 구체적으로는 모바일 통신 서비스의 제공 개시 및 Wi-Fi 스팟의 확충, 새로운 주파수대역의 획득·활용, 5G 등 최신 기술의 도입 등을 들 수 있습니다.

미국 유선 통신(케이블) 기업의 무선 통신에 대한 대처 상황에 대해 분석했으며, 각종 무선 통신 서비스(Wi-Fi, MVNO 등)의 전체적인 보급 상황, 기술 이동의 주요 촉진요인, 최신 무선 기술(CBRS, LoRa, 5G 등)의 도입 상황, 각 기업에서의 향후 대응 예정 등의 정보를 정리하여 전해드립니다.

제1장 개요

제2장 배경

  • 무선 통신의 급속한 보급
  • MSO(멀티 시스템 오퍼레이터)의 무선 통신 현황
  • 시장 성장 촉진요인

제3장 모바일 통신·Wi-Fi

  • Wi-Fi 핫스팟
  • MVNO(가상이동통신사업자)
  • 백오피스 플랫폼

제4장 CBRS

  • CBRS란?
  • CBRS의 시행 상황

제5장 LoRa

  • LoRa란?
  • LoRa의 활용 상황

제6장 5G의 시장 기회

  • 5G용 스몰셀
  • 무선 통신의 통합

제7장 유선 통신(케이블) 기업 대상 무선 기술 공급업체

제8장 결론

이용 조건

분석 대상 기업

  • Adtran Inc.
  • AirTies Wireless Networks
  • Altice USA Inc.(Altice N.V.의 자회사)
  • Amdocs
  • Arris International plc
  • Casa Systems
  • Charter Communications Inc.
  • CiscoSystems Inc.
  • Comcast Corp.
  • CommScope Inc.
  • Corning Inc.
  • Cox Communications Inc.(Cox Enterprises Inc.의 자회사)
  • Ericsson AB
  • Federated Wireless
  • Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd.
  • InterDigital
  • Lindsay Broadband
  • Netscout Systems Inc.
  • Nokia
  • Ruckus Networks, an Arris Company
  • Samsung Technicolor SA
  • Viavi Solutions Inc.
KSA 18.07.31

For cable providers, the current industry trend of digital transformation is passé; cable is well versed in delivering digital services. U.S. cable providers are undergoing a bigger change: wireless transformation. The larger cable companies are rolling out mobile services, expanding WiFi footprints, exploring spectrum opportunities and taking advantage of emerging wireless technologies, including 5G.

The transformation began a couple years ago as cable providers blanketed their service footprints with WiFi hotspots and homespots. That foundation gave cable the impetus to move forward with mobile services that rely upon WiFi and cellular capability in mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) partnerships.

While mobile likely will be the most-watched service in determining the success of cable's wireless foray, behind the scenes the industry is exploring a wide number of opportunities. The major cable companies are in various stages of trials and explorations of Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS), which the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has proposed for shared usage in the 3.5GHz band. Comcast and Cox Communications each have launched new business services using LoRa, a wireless protocol that's well suited for low-power wide-area networks (LPWANs) that can carry Internet of Things (IoT) commands over distances up to about 30 miles.

Cable leaders have seen the handwriting on the wall. For an industry rooted in wires, wireless service is a must. Cable companies need to find a way to play in the wireless space or face the prospect of being left behind by consumers or, worse, being usurped by 5G carriers.

Throughout its history, cable's naysayers have bet against the industry's ability to be successful at providing Internet access, VoIP phone service and initial MVNO mobile services. They lost the first two bets but won the third one when cable's early MVNO ventures failed. But this time, as cable providers increase their wireless presence utilizing numerous available technologies, cable will prove to be the winning bet.

‘Air Attack: Cable Adding New Wireless Weapons ’ provides a comprehensive update of U.S. cable providers' wireless activity, including WiFi and MVNO mobile services, and adoption of emerging capabilities, including CBRS, LoRa and 5G. It includes a status report of the top four cable providers and a table of 19 suppliers serving the U.S. cable industry with wireless equipment and solutions.

The reasons for cable to move into the wireless arena have become obvious. Wireless could either bolster the cable industry or be used to compete against it. With pay-TV subscriptions declining and interest in landline phones waning, the cable industry needs new avenues for future growth. While it is building up its wired infrastructure for Gigabit Internet and new services, it can add wireless capability that creates a powerful converged delivery platform. A host of market trends, opportunities and threats are driving cable's wireless endeavors. Some of the key drivers are listed in the following excerpt.

‘Air Attack: Cable Adding New Wireless Weapons ’ is published in PDF format.

Table of Contents


  • 1.1. Key Findings
  • 1.2. Companies Covered


  • 2.1. Wireless Aspirations
  • 2.2. MSO Wireless Status Report
  • 2.3. Market Drivers


  • 3.1. WiFi Hotspots
  • 3.2. MVNOs
  • 3.3. Back-Office Platforms


  • 4.1. What Is It?
  • 4.2. CBRS Trials


  • 5.1. What Is It?
  • 5.2. LoRa Applications


  • 6.1. 5G Small Cells
  • 6.2. Wireless Integration





  • Adtran Inc. (Nasdaq: ADTN)
  • AirTies Wireless Networks
  • Altice USA Inc. (NYSE: ATUS), a subsidiary of Altice N.V. (Euronext: ATC)
  • Amdocs (Nasdaq: DOX)
  • Arris International plc (Nasdaq: ARRS)
  • Casa Systems
  • Charter Communications Inc. (Nasdaq: CHTR)
  • CiscoSystems Inc. (Nasdaq: CSCO)
  • Comcast Corp. (Nasdaq: CMCSA)
  • CommScope Inc. (Nasdaq: COMM)
  • Corning Inc. (NYSE: GLW)
  • Cox Communications Inc., a subsidiary of Cox Enterprises Inc.
  • Ericsson AB (Nasdaq: ERIC)
  • Federated Wireless
  • Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd.
  • InterDigital (Nasdaq: IDCC)
  • Lindsay Broadband
  • Netscout Systems Inc. (Nasdaq: NTCT)
  • Nokia (NYSE: NOK)
  • Ruckus Networks, an Arris Company (Nasdaq: ARRS)
  • Samsung Technicolor SA (Euronext: TCH)
  • Viavi Solutions Inc. (Nasdaq: VIAV)
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