Self Organizing Networks (SON) in the Era of 5G Banks upon AI Enabled Self-Learning to Spur Market Growth

Published on : Oct 03, 2018

Albany, New York, October 3, 2018: Accurate configuration of complex cellular technologies has necessitated use of self organizing networks for automated performance monitoring, encompassing deployment of cellular networks and troubleshooting. Need for low economy network infrastructure coupled with impeccable performance and advances in 5G network drive sizable growth in SON (self organizing networks) market. A new research included in the database of Market Research Hub (MRH) sheds light on current developments and their reciprocal impact on the growth of SON in the era of 5G.

Self-Learning and Self-Healing Capabilities of SON Remain Core Investment Areas amongst Players

With the advent of 5G network, vendors and operators are keen on upgrading SON with incorporation of several enhancements in order to upscale capabilities, initially designed for RAN. In the present context, vendors are investing significantly towards improvement of self-protecting capabilities of networks to combat digital security threats. Additionally, advancements in AI has also leveraged sizable resource allocation to upgrade self-learning capabilities of SON coinciding with evolving ndustry demands.

Airtel Collaborates with Nokia for enhanced Self Organizing Network in the Era of 5G

With new mergers collaborations, and acquisitions being staple in SON market, in a recent development, India based network operator Bharti Airtel has entered into a partnership deal with Nokia to have an access to Nokia’s advanced self organizing networks solution. Airtel also envisions to incorporate machine learning capabilities to ensure superlative customer experience with the onset of 5G in the near future. Such collaborations in the interest of improved network performance is expected to pave new growth pathways for SON development in the era of 5G.

The report entails a descriptive overview of various segments and factors operational in the market. Based on comprehensive research output prominent factors exhibited include, mobile network optimization, SON network segment submarkets, and SON architecture submarkets. On the basis of mobile network optimization, the market exhibits SON and CMNPO. Based on submarkets, the market is categorized as RAN, mobile core, and transport. Architecture submarkets is further diversified as C-SON, D-SON, 2G &3G, LTE, 5G and Wi-Fi amongst others.

Additionally, the report also offers a clear overview of regional diversity of SON in 5G era, based on which primary geographical pockets comprise, Eastern and Western Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Africa, Latin and Central America, and North America amongst others.

Competitive Landscape: SON in the 5G Era

The report offers a holistic outlook of various key companies prevalent in SON market. The report included veritable insights on various marketing tactics and tools implemented by core companies across regions and their resultant impact on end-user response. New and existing market players can carry out detailed analysis of these strategies to incur core deductions in the interest of lucrative business deals. Some of the leading players identified in SON market in the era of 5G comprise, Amdocs, Bharti Airtel, Cavium, Dell Technologies, Fontech, and Hitachi amongst others.

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