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【マーケットデータ】LTEと5Gの半導体

LTE and 5G Semiconductors

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LTE and 5G Semiconductors is updated every six months and reflects on new market developments as they happen. It looks at market opportunities of various LTE mobile baseband categories in line with the migration of subscribers from LTE Classic to LTE-Advanced. Forecasts are split by mobile device type across various LTE technologies, including TDD LTE, FDD LTE, multimode TDD-FDD LTE and across various LTE generations including LTE Classic and LTE-Advanced. It provides historical data and market forecasts for mobile LTE chips targeting mobile phones and tablets by baseband category from Category 3 to Category 16.

LTE and 5G Semiconductors also tracks various LTE CA combinations as they are defined by 3GPP, broken down by potential regions targeted, key stakeholders and rapporteurs, device baseband required, and by maximum data speed offered.



目次

Tables

  1. Total LTE Mobile Chips, LTE CA vs LTE Classic, World Markets, Forecast: 2013 to 2021
  2. Total LTE Smartphone Chips, LTE CA vs LTE Classic, World Markets, Forecast: 2013 to 2021
  3. Total LTE Media Tablet Chips, LTE CA vs LTE Classic, World Markets, Forecast: 2013 to 2021
  4. Total LTE Classic Mobile Chips by Baseband Category, World Markets, Forecast: 2013 to 2021
  5. Total LTE Classic Smartphone Chips by Baseband Category, World Markets, Forecast: 2013 to 2021
  6. Total LTE Classic Media Tablets Chips by Baseband Category, World Markets, Forecast: 2013 to 2021
  7. Total LTE CA Mobile Chips by Baseband Category, World Markets, Forecast: 2013 to 2021
  8. Total LTE CA Smartphone Chips by Baseband Category, World Markets, Forecast: 2013 to 2021
  9. Total LTE CA Media Tablet Chips by Baseband Category, World Markets, Forecast: 2013 to 2021
  10. Total LTE Mobile Chips by Baseband Category, World Markets, Forecast: 2013 to 2021
  11. Total LTE Smartphone Chips by Baseband Category, World Markets, Forecast: 2013 to 2021
  12. Total LTE Media Tablet Chips by Baseband Category, World Markets, Forecast: 2013 to 2021
  13. Total TDD LTE Mobile Chips by Baseband Category, World Markets, Forecast: 2013 to 2021
  14. Total TDD LTE Smartphone Chips by Baseband Category, World Markets, Forecast: 2013 to 2021
  15. Total TDD LTE Media Tablet Chips by Baseband Category, World Markets, Forecast: 2013 to 2021
  16. Total TDD-FDD LTE Mobile Chips by Baseband Category, World Markets, Forecast: 2013 to 2021
  17. Total TDD-FDD LTE Smartphone Chips by Baseband Category, World Markets, Forecast: 2013 to 2021
  18. Total TDD-FDD LTE Media Tablet Chips by Baseband Category, World Markets, Forecast: 2013 to 2021
  19. Total FDD LTE Mobile Chips by Baseband Category, World Markets, Forecast: 2013 to 2021
  20. Total FDD LTE Smartphone Chips by Baseband Category, World Markets, Forecast: 2013 to 2021
  21. Total FDD LTE Media Tablet Chips by Baseband Category, World Markets, Forecast: 2013 to 2021
  22. Total TDD LTE-only Mobile Chips by Baseband Category, World Markets, Forecast: 2013 to 2021
  23. Total TDD LTE-only Smartphone Chips by Baseband Category, World Markets, Forecast: 2013 to 2021
  24. Total TDD LTE-only Media Tablet Chips by Baseband Category, World Markets, Forecast: 2013 to 2021
  25. Specifications of LTE Baseband Categories
  26. Mobile LTE Device Semiconductor Vendors, Breakdown by Key Components
  27. Various LTE Carrier Aggregations by Combination Type in North America, Key Sponsors and Bandwidths Supported
  28. Cumultaive Number of LTE Carrier Aggregations by Combination Type in North America, 1Q 2014 to 3Q 2015
  29. Various LTE Carrier Aggregations by Combination Type in Europe, Key Sponsors and Bandwidths Supported
  30. Cumultaive Number of LTE Carrier Aggregations by Combination Type in Europe, 1Q 2014 to 3Q 2015
  31. Various LTE Carrier Aggregations by Combination Type in Japan, Key Sponsors and Bandwidths Supported
  32. Cumultaive Number of LTE Carrier Aggregations by Combination Type in Japan, 1Q 2014 to 3Q 2015
  33. Various LTE Carrier Aggregations by Combination Type in South Korea, Key Sponsors and Bandwidths Supported
  34. Cumultaive Number of LTE Carrier Aggregations by Combination Type in South Korea, 1Q 2014 to 3Q 2015
  35. Various LTE Carrier Aggregations by Combination Type in China, Key Sponsors and Bandwidths Supported
  36. Cumultaive Number of LTE Carrier Aggregations by Combination Type in China, 1Q 2014 to 3Q 2015
  37. Various LTE Carrier Aggregations by Combination Type in The Rest of The World, Key Sponsors and Bandwidths Supported
  38. Cumultaive Number of LTE Carrier Aggregations by Combination Type in the Rest of the World, 1Q 2014 to 3Q 2015
  39. Global Track of Various LTE Carrier Aggregations by Combination Type, Key Sponsors and Bandwidths Supported
  40. Global Cumultaive Number of LTE Carrier Aggregations by Combination Type, 1Q 2014 to 3Q 2015

Charts

  1. Total LTE Mobile Chips LTE CA vs LTE Classic, World Markets, Forecast: 2013 to 2021
  2. Total LTE Classic Mobile Chips by Baseband Category, World Markets, Forecast: 2013 to 2021
  3. Total LTE CA Mobile Chips by Baseband Category, World Markets, Forecast: 2013 to 2021
  4. Total LTE Mobile Chips by Baseband Category, World Markets, Forecast: 2013 to 2021
  5. Total TDD LTE Mobile Chips by Baseband Category, World Markets, Forecast: 2013 to 2021
  6. Total TDD-FDD LTE Mobile Chips by Baseband Category, World Markets, Forecast: 2013 to 2021
  7. Total FDD LTE Mobile Chips by Baseband Category, World Markets, Forecast: 2013 to 2021
  8. Total TDD LTE-only Mobile Chips by Baseband Category, World Markets, Forecast: 2013 to 2021

Companies Mentioned

  • Altair Semiconductor
  • Amphenol
  • Analog Devices Inc
  • Antenova Ltd
  • ARM Ltd.
  • Avago Technologies
  • CA Inc.
  • Cavendish Kinetics
  • China Mobile
  • China Telecom Corporation Ltd
  • China Unicom Ltd.
  • Cirrus Logic Inc
  • Clearwire
  • Cox Communications Incorporated
  • Deutsche Telekom
  • DISH Network
  • Ericsson
  • ETRI
  • Fujitsu Limited
  • Hisilicon
  • Icera Inc.
  • Intel Corporation
  • International Technologies
  • JRC
  • KDDI
  • KT
  • Leadcore Technology
  • Leap Wireless
  • LG
  • LG Electronics Inc
  • Lucent Technologies Inc
  • MediaTek Inc
  • Mitsubishi Corp
  • Motorola Inc
  • Motorola Mobility
  • NII Holdings
  • Nokia
  • NSN
  • NTT
  • Nujira Ltd
  • Panasonic
  • Qualcomm Inc
  • RDA Microelectronics
  • Rogers Communications Inc.
  • Rogers Corporation
  • Rogers Wireless
  • Samsung
  • Silicon Labs
  • SK corp
  • SK Telecom
  • Softbank Mobile Corp
  • Sony Corporation
  • Sony Mobile
  • Sprint Corporation
  • TAI
  • TDK
  • Telecom Italia
  • Telefonica
  • TeliaSonera
  • Telstra
  • Texas Instruments Inc
  • Toshiba Corporation
  • USA Technologies
  • Verizon
  • Vodafone Group
  • VTI Technologies Inc
  • ZTE Corp

 

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Mobile Operators Need to Protect Network Spectral Efficiency with LTE Modem Upgrades

 

London, United Kingdom - 04 Oct 2016

As mobile operators rapidly transition subscribers to LTE-Advanced and LTE-Advanced Pro, slow uptake of next-generation modems in mobile devices run the risk of detracting from network performance. In 2016, 85% of smartphones are likely to ship with relatively low speed modems not aligned with LTE-Advanced Performance. Operators need to push their handset OEMs to increase adoption rate of more sophisticated modems. ABI Research suggests that failure to do this will have a negative impact on network performance and function as a drain on the billions of dollars operators continue to invest in improving their networks.

Devices supporting LTE-Advanced networks are more widespread, with almost one in every four LTE smartphones shipped in 2016 expected to be powered by a modem supporting a down link speed higher than 200 Mbps. Now that LTE-Advanced services are maturing, the prospects of LTE-Advanced Pro are becoming more pronounced to industry members—notably the use of higher carrier aggregation combinations exceeding three channels, the use of advanced MIMO features and elevation beamforming, as well as the deployment of higher modulation methods like 256-QAM.

90 out of 148 operators already deploying LTE-Advanced services committed to deploying LTE-Advanced Pro either in 2016 or 2017. These networks will be supported by devices powered by modems enabling down link speed up to 1Gbps. They come in the form of several user terminal categories from Category 11, supporting up to 600Mbps for down link data rates, to Category 16, supporting up to 1Gbps. Although Category 11/12 modems will start to be available in high-end devices from the likes of LG, Samsung, and ZTE, the first Category 16 modem just launched in 2016, by Qualcomm, and early devices are not expected before 2017. 

“Devices powered by Category 11 or higher gear modems will be instrumental in improving the overall mobile service experience by enabling users to stream and download richer content at faster speeds,” says Malik Saadi, Managing Director and Vice President at ABI Research. “This type of modem will greatly help improve the overall network efficiency compared to Category 6 and Category 9 modems, which may drastically limit spectrum utilization of LTE-Advanced Pro networks in crowded hotspots that utilize high-bandwidth services.”

Operators are spending billions of dollars to improve the capacity and latency of their network highways by deploying LTE-Advanced Pro. Yet, the overwhelming majority of terminals using these networks are still powered by modems with poorly geared engines, namely Category 4, Category 6, and to certain extent Category 9 devices.

“Operators have a vested interest in linking and aligning their investment on network capital expenditure with their device procurement strategy,” continues Saadi. “Otherwise, they could seriously damage the overall service experience over their newly built networks.”

ABI Research expects mobile device shipments powered by category 11 or higher generations to jump from as little as 2% of total LTE devices sold in 2016 to exceed 36% in 2021.

“Device procurement managers should put the use of faster modems, such as Category 11 and above, very high in their priority specifications to OEMS and chipset suppliers,” concludes Saadi. “Otherwise, this could have some dramatic consequences on the network spectral efficiency and alienate the overall mobile broadband experience, even for premium subscribers using superfast modems.”

These findings are from ABI Research’s LTE and 5G Semiconductors. This report is part of the company’s Future Networks and Transformative Technology sectors, which include research, data, and analyst insights.


 

ABI Research Reports Qualcomm Maintains Clear Leadership in the LTE Baseband Market with 65% Share but Faces Mounting Captive Market Competition

London, United Kingdom - 19 Feb 2016

In its latest quarterly IC market tracker, ABI Research, the leader in transformative technology innovation market intelligence, finds Qualcomm remains the undeniable leader in LTE basebands as is evident with the staggering 65% market share the company scored in 2015.

“Although in recent quarters Qualcomm began to lose market share, the company continues to be the LTE baseband supplier of choice for the majority of device vendors,” says Malik Saadi, Managing Director and Vice President at ABI Research. “This is primarily due to the company’s strong LTE product portfolio and roadmap, which enables clients to bring high-throughput and advanced access features to their devices at competitive price points.”

LTE baseband shipments grew 22% quarter-on-quarter in the fourth quarter of 2015, reaching more than 323 million units. During this timeframe, Qualcomm held the lion volume share at 63%. Samsung ranked second in terms of greatest volume share, holding 12%. This can be attributed to the company’s recent decision to exclusively ship its own LTE baseband on its mainstream, flagship smartphones, including its Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge, and Galaxy Note5. Huawei’s HiSilicon and MediaTek tied for third place with 9% market share each. 

MediaTek is a relatively new entrant to the LTE space, only starting to ship large volumes of LTE chips in the second half of 2014. Even still, the company managed to ship more than 140 million LTE basebands since it launched its first LTE chip in late 2013. However, the company is lagging behind in terms of supporting LTE Carrier Aggregation (CA) technology, though. In theory, this technology enables operators to offer higher mobile access speeds exceeding 100Mbps.

MediaTek only managed to ship less than 6 million LTE CA chips in the fourth quarter of 2015, holding a tiny market share of 3.5% in this segment. During the same period and within this particular market segment, Qualcomm still held the greatest market share at 59%. Samsung followed with 21% and Huawei’s HiSilicon trailed behind that with 14% market share.

“Qualcomm is increasingly facing challenges in the LTE CA market, but interestingly, the competition is not coming from the traditional chipset supplier rivals, such as MediaTek or Spreadtrum,” concludes Saadi. “The competition is stemming from Qualcomm’s own clients, such as Huawei and Samsung, which increasingly deploy their own LTE chips for powering own flagship devices.”

These findings are part of ABI Research’s LTE & 5G Service, which includes research reports, market data, insights, and competitive assessments


ABI Research Forecasts LTE Carrier Aggregation to Power 61% of Smartphones Shipped in 2020

London, United Kingdom - 17 Feb 2016

ABI Research, the leader in transformative technology innovation market intelligence, reports that nearly 350 million smartphones shipped in 2015 supported LTE Carrier Aggregation (CA), representing 23% of total smartphone shipments for the year. As the LTE market continues to migrate toward LTE-Advanced, notably LTE CA, the company anticipates this percentage to climb, with 61% of smartphones shipped in 2020 to incorporate LTE CA across various categories of basebands.

“Qualcomm, Samsung, and Huawei’s HiSilicon are all aggressively pushing LTE CA, making it extremely difficult for rivals to compete in the LTE baseband business,” says Malik Saadi, Managing Director and Vice President of ABI Research. “These three players managed to monopolize the market segment with a collective market share of 97% in 2015, leaving other suppliers to fight for the remaining 3%.”

While Huawei’s HiSilicon and Samsung both manufacture LTE CA basebands, they only use the chips for their own devices. Qualcomm is, therefore, the current and only supplier of LTE CA technology to the majority of mobile device vendors. MediaTek and Spreadtrum remain the weakest links in the LTE CA market, and there is no evidence to suggest that this will change in the foreseeable future.

LTE CA is available in a number of chip categories, ranked by the highest mobile broadband speed they support; categories 6 and 9 are the most deployed thus far. As the market develops, demand for even higher mobile broadband speeds will increase, and this will subsequently surge the market share of higher categories.

“The current technology leaders continue to make it hard for competitors to gain ground in this market, as they aggressively upgrade their baseband chips to offer higher mobile broadband speeds to customers,” continues Saadi. “Qualcomm already announced its X16, a new LTE Chip, which boasts category 16 capabilities and offers a downlink mobile broadband speed of up to 1Gbps. Commercial devices powered by this chip are expected to hit shelves the second half of this year.”

As the LTE CA market segment progresses, smartphones shipped in 2020 that support LTE CA categories 9 and 10, with downlink speeds of up to 450 Mbps, will represent the majority of the market and hold 35% share. However, smartphones supporting category 11 or higher, and thereby capable of supporting speeds between .5Gbps and 1Gbps, are expected to gain significant share over the next few years and be on track to achieve 21% of the market by 2020.

“Qualcomm is well placed to continue its predominance in the baseband market,” concludes Saadi. “However, there will be some traditional suppliers that see their share eroding as the market moves towards a wide adoption of higher LTE baseband categories.”

These findings are part of ABI Research’s LTE & 5G Service, which includes research reports, market data, insights, and competitive assessments.

 

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