Private Cellular Networks Market Landscape

Enterprise digitalization and Industry 4.0 have sparked an emerging trend whereby some enterprises are opting for private cellular networks that they buy, own and control. These enterprises will be looking not only to leverage these private networks for traditional communications but also to institutionalize these technologies into their operational IT environments, which are business critical and highly sensitive from a data and security standpoint.

It is important for vendors to be aware of how enterprises are looking to consume wireless cellular technologies, particularly LTE and 5G, because it means that going direct to some enterprises will be essential to ensure they remain industry leaders in the broader market, not just in telecom via the CSP.

TBR’s Private Cellular Networks Market Landscape deep dives into the market for private cellular networks. This global report covers enterprises that are investing in private cellular networks as well as all of the major vendors and some nascent players that supply infrastructure in this space. The research includes key findings, key market developments, market sizing and forecast, regional trends, technology trends, vertical trends, use cases, and key customer deals that are occurring in the market. The report also provides profiles of each major vendor in the private cellular network market. Key vendors covered include Cisco, Ericsson, Huawei and Nokia, among others.


Semiannual, 2Q/4Q (publishes in April and October)


  • Will vary


  • Global

Recent Publications


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5G will be widely deployed across nearly all developed markets by the end of 2022; most emerging markets will be late adopters of the technology

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