Huawei is the world’s largest 5G base station equipment vendor

according to TrendForce Survey, China and European telecommunications equipment vendors will account for more than 70% of the global market share in 2021.The top three companies are Huawei (30%) in China, Ericsson (23%) in Sweden, and Finland. Nokia (20%). Huawei is still fighting the US ban, but its market share still dominates the world. The main reason for this is its price advantage and the support of China’s huge domestic market.

It’s worth mentioning that Samsung has increased its market share to 12.5% ​​this year. However, this can only make the Korean manufacturing giant fourth in the world. In addition to providing base station construction to the three largest Korean operators, we also work with US operators AT & T, Sprint and Verizon. In addition, Samsung has a contract (base station supply contract) with Japanese operator NTT DoCoMo.

ZTE is in 5th place, with a market share of only 3.5%, far from Huawei. As of the end of 2020, China has more than 160 million 5G network users, according to TrendForce research data. That’s about 89% of the total number of 5G users in the world.

As of July 2021, China’s three major operators, China Mobile, China Unicom and China Telecom, have built 916,000 5G base stations in China, accounting for 70% of the world total. This shows a considerable range of the Chinese market and is enough to become a base station that supports Huawei’s mobile communications.

Huawei is still leading the 5G core network

According to Huawei, as of March 2021, there are over 140 5G commercial contracts worldwide. We have also provided a range of cross-industry collaboration in the areas of smart grids, VR / AR, car networking, telemedicine and intelligent manufacturing. In addition, according to IP Lytics Statistics, a patent analysis company, as of March 2019, Huawei’s “Standard Essential Patents (SEPs)” patent applications in the 5G space accounted for 34% of the world’s total. Huawei is ranked number one in the world with its 15545G “Standard Essential Patents”.

As of 2021, Huawei remains the top 5G essential patent, according to a report from Amplified & GrayB. The company accounts for 18.3% of the 530 patent families. Nokia and Samsung are ranked second and third with 14.6% and 12.9%. Each. The top six companies include Huawei, Samsung, LG, Nokia, Ericsson and Qualcomm. In summary, these companies account for 64.9% of the 18,887 declared patent families. Of the 10,763 patent families declared, 2,893 families have been identified as core SEPs. Of this number, the top 6 companies account for 72.5%. As the world continues to embrace 5G, Huawei’s share can deteriorate rapidly. However, the company is doing everything it can to avoid this situation. Huawei is the world’s largest 5G base station equipment vendor

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