CBRS RAN is Behind Schedule, According to Dell’Oro Group

|

“Adoption gaps across the various CBRS segment remained significant in 2021,” said Stefan Pongratz, Vice President and analyst with Dell’Oro Group. “We have again revised the CBRS RAN projections downward to reflect the lower baseline and slower-than-expected uptake with non-FWA segments. This adjustment does not change the long-term vision—we continue to believe that there is an opportunity to improve spectrum utilization while at the same time stimulating innovation for both public and private networks across various industry segments. So we see this downward revision more as a calibration to reflect the current state of the market and the fact that there is still a significant gap between registered SAS APs and LTE/5G NR base stations,” continued Pongratz.

Open RAN on Track Comprise 15 Percent of RAN by 2026, According to Dell’Oro Group

|

“The Open RAN movement has come a long way in just a few years, surprising both proponents and skeptics,” said Stefan Pongratz, Vice President and analyst with the Dell’Oro Group. “While challenging comparisons will weigh a bit on the market over the short-term, it is unlikely that these divergences between the greenfields and the brownfields will leave lasting imprints on the long-term prospects,” continued Pongratz.

Optical Transport Equipment Market to reach $18 Billion by 2026, According to Dell’Oro Group

|

“I am excited to see how the Optical Transport market unfolds in the next few years,” said Jimmy Yu, Vice President at Dell’Oro Group. “We are predicting that demand will continue to increase for the next five years, and that the market will reach $18 billion by 2026. Drivers of our growth prediction include the growing global economy, government initiatives to fund the reach of broadband to rural areas, and overall network upgrades to align with customer demand for more bandwidth. There will, however, be some bumps in the road.”

Media Inquiries

If you are a member of the media and would like to request an interview with a Dell’Oro Group analyst, or if you are seeking information for an article, please contact us at:

DGMedia@Delloro.com
Telephone: +1.650.622.9400

Please be sure to note your deadline in your message. We look forward to hearing from you.

Latest Tweets