Worldwide neutral hosting industry by 2026 – including Alpha Wireless, American Tower and BT Wholesale –



DUBLIN – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Added “Neutral Hosting Market By Technology, Spectrum, Wireless Type, Solution, Deployment Mode, and Industry Sectors 2021-2026” report offer.

This neutral host report provides an in-depth analysis of the next generation neutral host architecture, technology, and potential application areas. The report also discussed the core and RAN elements of neutral host networks, as well as potential market opportunities, stakeholder analysis, business models and regulatory analysis.

The report also assesses the competitive landscape of the next generation network, as well as the products and services of selected vendor companies. The report provides market forecast for Next Generation Neutral Host Networks from 2021 to 2026. The report also provides specific recommendations for stakeholders.

Mentioned companies

  • Alpha Wireless

  • American tower

  • BAI communication

  • Boingo Wireless

  • BT Wholesale

  • Cellnex Telecom

  • Colt Technologies

  • Comba Telecom

  • CommScope

  • Crown lock

  • Dense air

  • Digital bridge

  • Same group

  • ExteNet systems

  • Freshwave group

  • Mobility GmbH

  • Netmore group

  • Really wireless

  • Wireless 20/20

Select report results:

  • The global neutral hosting market will reach $ 7.81 billion by 2026

  • North America will lead the neutral hosting market, followed by Asia Pacific and Europe

  • Neutral hosting networks based on distributed antenna systems are of crucial importance for provision in public places

  • The spectrum of the citizen band radio service forms the basis for neutral hosting networks of the next generation

  • Private wireless networks for corporate, industrial and government institutions are a major market driver for neutral hosting

  • The neutral hosting environment for private company and industrial solutions will consist of a combination of WiFi6, LTE and 5G radios

  • DAS-based neutral host solutions will grow dramatically as the demand to provide traffic from multiple MNOs through the same host becomes imperative

Cellular network operators have relied on distributed antenna systems (DAS) solutions for many years to meet the need for indoor traffic in places where people congregate. These include stadiums, convention centers, airports, large hotels, shopping malls, corporate buildings, university campuses, transportation systems, and other high-traffic locations.

Traditionally, MNOs build and operate indoor DAS networks themselves, but this is often viewed as an expensive deployment method and limits the space to provide the same capacity to multiple MNOs. Neutral host networks are considered to be the optimal solution for overcoming the problem of handling large amounts of data traffic in densely populated locations for multiple operators.

In the neutral host model, a third party builds and operates a single wireless network and hosts multiple MNOs to connect the wireless customers. The third host operator initially finances the neutral host provision, which is ultimately paid for by the MNOs via a recurring payment system.

The neutral host model also works as an alternative to WLAN solutions provided by the network operator to handle indoor wireless data traffic. The DAS-based neutral host model overcomes the common problems associated with carrier WLAN, such as network security, network performance, user mobility, and interference and service degradation associated with unlicensed spectrum.

Key topics covered:

1.0 Summary

2.0 introduction

2.1 Neutral host networks

2.1.1 NHN motivation and use

2.1.2 Carrier Controlled Neutral Host Model

2.1.3 Metnet as a neutral host

2.1.4 Neutral host network architecture Device management systems Baseband Controller Ethernet front haul Radio points HF modules

2.2 NHN core and RAN network element

2.2.1 Neutral host mobility management entity

2.2.2 Local AAA / proxy server

2.2.3 Neutral host gateway

2.2.4 Citizen radio service equipment

2.3 Market drivers for neutral host networks

2.3.1 Alternatives to MNO services

2.3.2 Private networks

2.4 Market challenges for neutral host networks

2.5 Neutral host value chain analysis

2.5.1 Owner of the venue

2.5.2 Neutral host providers

2.5.3 Connectivity Providers

2.5.4 Cellular Network Operator

2.5.5 Spectrum Owners

2.5.6 End User Groups

2.5.7 Service providers

2.5.8 Device manufacturer

2.5.9 Software Developer

2.5.10 Content Providers

2.6 Neutral host business model

2.6.1 Multi-Operator Small Cells as a Service

2.6.2 Spectrum-based NHNs

2.6.3 Private NHN network

2.7 Covid-19 Impact Analysis

2.8 Regulatory Analysis

2.8.1 CBRS / OnGo alliance

2.8.2 5GPPP

2.8.3 Open Industry 4.0 Alliance

2.8.4 Open manufacturing platform

2.8.5 Small Cell Forum

3.0 Neutral hosting technology and application analysis

4.0 Neutral hosting company analysis

5.0 Neutral Hosting Market Analysis and Forecasts 2021-2026

6.0 Conclusions and Recommendations

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