Mobile core networks and multi-access edge computing market revenue decline in 3Q 2022: Dell’Oro Group

Major mobile networks and multi-access computing market revenue growth fell year-over-year once again in the third quarter of 2022, recording two consecutive quarters of negative year-over-year growth, according to the market research firm Dell’Oro Group.

Since last quarter, while nine new mobile network operators have launched independent 5G networks, it was not enough to compensate for the decline in the main 4G mobile networks and the main IMS markets, Dell’Oro Group explained.

“The China region had a positive year-over-year growth rate for the quarter, but this was not enough to offset the decline in the rest of the market, with the global market down year-over-year,” commented Dell’Oro. Group research director Dave Bolan.

“Even with nine new MNOs launching 5G SA eMBB networks since last quarter, it was not enough to push the MCN market into positive growth. Many of these new 5G SA networks launched recently were not nationwide, limiting growth. Additionally, the decline in the 4G MCN and IMS Core market was more than anticipated,” added Bolan.

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“To date, we count 36 5G SA eMBB networks that have been commercially deployed. The nine new 5G SA eMBB networks that MNOs launched since last quarter include Bell (Canada), AT&T and Verizon (US), stc Bahrain, Telekom (Germany), Optus (Australia), Claro, TIM and Vivo (Brazil ).

The 3Q 2022 Mobile Core Network and Multi-Access Edge Computing Report ranked the top global MCN vendors for the quarter: Huawei, Ericsson, ZTE, Nokia and Cisco.

It also identified the top five global 5G MCN vendors for the quarter: Huawei, ZTE, Ericsson, Nokia and Mavenir.

This first appeared in the CommsWire subscription newsletter on November 30, 2022.


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