COVID-19 will have a relatively limited impact on the TIS market overall as CSPs remain committed to and focused on deploying new technologies

Strong investments by webscales and China-based telcos will carry the telecom infrastructure services (TIS) market through the COVID-19 crisis relatively intact, with a shallow decline of relatively short duration expected in the overall market followed by a robust, sustained recovery as CSPs in other key countries accelerate their infrastructure initiatives to align with the new normal, post-pandemic world.

COVID-19 was a catalyst to accelerate and broaden the scope of digital transformations as well as 5G and edge computing adoption in addition to other trends that were already in motion before the virus entered the picture, such as network transformation via virtualization and cloudification.

The Telecom Infrastructure Services Global Market Forecast tracks spend by communication service providers (CSPs), which includes telecom operators, cable operators and webscales, on infrastructure services. TBR categorizes infrastructure services into four distinct buckets: deployment services, maintenance services, professional services and managed services. This research includes current-year market sizing plus a five-year forecast across services segments and regions as well as examines growth drivers, top trends and leading market players. Vendor market share is also included.

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