LightCounting releases its China Wireless Infrastructure & Macroeconomics Update 1H21
LightCounting’s latest report provides an update on 5G developments in China, including macroeconomics, geopolitics, and technology. The predictions made last year that China’s economy would be the only major one to grow in 2020 and that 5G rollouts would go as planned turned out to be true. Despite the strong U.S. economic performance recorded in 1H21, the prediction remains on track.
“In fact, Chinese consumers could not travel abroad and spent their money at home, which kept the economy on track, and China over-delivered and exceeded its 5G base stations (BTS) target. China is now home to more than 70% of the world’s 5G BTS footprint,” said Stéphane Téral, Chief Analyst at LightCounting Market Research.
Our major findings in the report are:
About the report:
LightCounting’s China Wireless Infrastructure and Macroeconomics report focuses on 5G developments in China, including macroeconomics, geopolitics, and technology. The publication date is scheduled a few weeks after the 4 services providers (e.g., China Broadcasting Network, China Mobile, China Telecom, China Unicom) provide their interim reports so that we can gather many details about 1H21 and provide a 2H21 outlook and a 5-year forecast. This report also includes RAN vendor market shares and analysis.