IDC's 5G Monetization and Adoption Strategies CIS focuses its research on the impact this next generation of connectivity will have on consumers and businesses over the next 10 years. The program covers how 5G is enabling integration of diverse technologies such as IoT, AI, robotics, cloud, and edge compute in a mobile setting, leading to the emergence of new products and services and how vendors and service providers alike are monetizing use cases. IDC's 5G Monetization and Adoption Strategies examines the ecosystem implications to device manufacturers, network software vendors, systems integrators, content providers, application developers, industry verticals, and mobile operators as they partner to deliver 5G-enabled services to consumers and businesses and drive increased connectedness globally.
5G Monetization and Adoption Strategies
Markets and Subjects Analyzed
- Mobile device, endpoint, content, and services transformation
- Content, applications, and services enabled by 5G
- Device implications
- Regional adoption of 5G
- 5G impact on the Internet of Things
- Emerging, innovative vendors launching 5G products/services
- Challenges and opportunities of 5G adoption
- 5G use case availability timelines and market opportunity
- Worldwide 5G Subscriber and IoT Connections Forecasts
- Opportunity for 5G Fixed Wireless Access for Consumers and Businesses
- 5G Content Strategies for Operators
- Profile and Assessments of Specific 5G Enterprise Use Cases in Key Vertical Industries
- 5G Device Evolution
- 5G Consumer and Enterprise Spending and Adoption Sentiment
- 5G Vendor Partnership and Collaboration Ecosystems
In addition to the insight provided in this service, IDC may conduct research on specific topics or emerging market segments via research offerings that require additional IDC funding and client investment.
Key Questions Answered
- How many 5G endpoints (people and "things") will be connected?
- Which companies are creating innovative software, services, and solutions for 5G?
- Will 5G fundamentally change the device and content services landscape?
- How will the deployment of 5G mobile private networks change service providers' operating strategies?
- What new business models and public-private partnerships will emerge around 5G?
- What is the market opportunity for critical use cases for 5G in specific industries?
- How should enterprises look to incorporate 5G in their digital transformation and connectedness strategies?
- What is 5G's role in the broader enterprise connectivity discussion?
- Where will revenue and economic value be generated and captured with 5G networks and services?
- What are the regional differences in 5G use cases?
AT&T Inc., Advanced Micro Devices, Inc., Amazon Web Services Inc., Amdocs Limited, American Tower Corp., Apple Inc., Aricent Inc., BT Group plc, Belden Electronics GmbH, Bell Canada, CableLabs, CenturyLink Inc., China Mobile Limited, China Unicom Limited, Cisco Systems Inc., Comcast Corporation, DISH Network L.L.C., Deutsche Telekom AG, Ericsson, Fujitsu Limited, Google LLC, Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd., IBM, Intel Corporation, KDDI Corporation, KT Corp., Lumen Technologies, MegaFon S.A., Meta Platforms Inc., NTT DoCoMo, Inc., Nokia Corporation, Oracle Corporation, Orange S.A., Qualcomm Inc., Rogers Communications Inc., Rohde & Schwarz GmbH & Co. KG, SK Telecom Co., Ltd., Samsung, T-Mobile, TELUS Corporation, Tata Group, Telefonica S.A., Telenor ASA, Telstra Corporation Limited, Verizon Communications, Inc., Vodafone Group Plc, Wipro Limited, ZTE Corporation
Meet the Experts
Program Vice President, Worldwide Telecommunications
Research Manager, Mobility
Senior Research Analyst, Mobile and IoT Services