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Key Companies Covered in Wireless Infrastructure Market are Capgemini Engineering (France) , Ciena Corporation (U.S.), Cisco Systems, Inc. (U.S.), D-Link Corporation (Taiwan), Fujitsu (Japan), Huawei Technologies co., Ltd. (China), NEC Corporation (Japan), NXP Semiconductor (Netherlands), Qualcomm Technologies Inc. (U.S.), ZTE Corporation (China), Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson (Sweden), Nokia (Finland), SAMSUNG (South Korea), Mavenir (U.S.) and Other Key Player.
Wireless Infrastructure Market
Pune, India, Aug. 21, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The global wireless infrastructure market size was valued at USD 202.43 billion in 2022 and is projected USD 427.43 billion by 2029. This growth is expected to occur at an impressive Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 11.27% during the forecast period. The research report, titled "Wireless Infrastructure Market, 2023-2029," conducted by Fortune Business Insights™, delves deeply into these insights.
The analysis underscores a surge in demand for high-speed data within both residential and commercial sectors. This, in turn, is expected to drive investments across economies at varying stages of development, spanning from emerging to advanced. A noteworthy trend is the increasing interest in satellite-based connectivity, particularly within the marine and defense sectors. This trend is poised to attract investments in this particular segment. Additionally, there is a positive outlook regarding investments in 5G technology, indicating promising growth prospects in the forthcoming years.
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List of Key Players Profiled in the Wireless Infrastructure Market Report:
Capgemini Engineering (France)
Ciena Corporation (U.S.)
Cisco Systems, Inc. (U.S.)
D-Link Corporation (Taiwan)
Huawei Technologies co., Ltd. (China)
NEC Corporation (Japan)
NXP Semiconductor (Netherlands)
Qualcomm Technologies Inc. (U.S.)
ZTE Corporation (China)
Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson (Sweden)
SAMSUNG (South Korea)
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Wireless Infrastructure Market Growth Drivers
Increase in Demand for High-speed Internet Connectivity to Drive the Market Growth
Growing Adoption of IoT-based Electronics Devices Boosts the Growth of the Market
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5G Connectivity to Remain Dominant with Rising Demand for High Speed
In terms of connectivity, the market is segregated into 3G, 2G, 4G & LTE, 5G, and satellite. The 5G segment will grow at a robust rate due to rising demand for broader connections, high speed, and low latency. Growing usage of smart devices will further propel the demand for 5G technology.
Macro-cell to be Sought-after to Boost IoT, Mobile Device Coverage
With respect to infrastructure, the market is segregated into small cell, mobile core, carrier Wi-Fi, macro-cells, SATCOM, Radio Access Network (RAN), Distributed Antenna System (DAS), cloud RAN, and backhaul. The macro-cells segment will observe a notable CAGR during the forecast period, largely due to the need to boost mobile device, smartphone, and IoT device coverage.
Government & Defense Sector to Exhibit Profound Demand with Rising Investments in Military Domain
On the basis of the platform, the market is classified into commercial and government & defense. The government & defense segment is further subdivided into homeland security, defense, and government institutions/agencies. The government & defense segment will grow due to soaring investments in the military and maritime sectors.
Russia-Ukraine War Impact
Strong Demand for Wireless Services Expedites Production
Demand for advanced telecommunication equipment became pronounced following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. European countries exhibited an exponential demand for advanced telecommunication equipment for navigation and military communication services. Prominently, the demand for multi-platform anti-jamming antennas became noticeable to prevent intrusion and detection from enemies.
5G Deployment Witnessed Disruptions Amidst Pandemic
Supply chain disruptions across major economies had a telling impact on the 5G deployment. Leading companies postponed or canceled their projects. Meanwhile, robust policies favored the introduction of 5G and business automation. The expansion of wireless infrastructure became pronounced as companies strived to overcome challenges stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Drivers and Restraints
The trend for IoT-based Electronic Devices to Drive Innovations
An exponential rise in data usage on defense vetronics and smartphones could spur the wireless infrastructure market share. Bullish demand for sensors, receivers, transmitters, and processors will augur well for the industry's growth. To illustrate, in October 2021, COMSovereign collaborated with Total Network Solutions (TNS) to explore how blockchain technology could Excellerate wireless network security in the U.S. Besides, soaring demand for advanced electronics devices in the aerospace and defense sector could expedite investments across the globe. However, prevailing concerns such as breaches of data privacy and network breach could impede the industry growth.
North America to Provide Promising Opportunities with the Presence of Leading Companies
The U.S. and Canada could witness investments galore in the wake of the growing expansion of 5G networks and infusion of funds into the military and defense sectors. Increased demand for satellite connections will spur the demand for autonomous vehicle infrastructure will bode well for regional growth. Prominently, industrial automation could encourage leading companies to invest in North America.
Europe wireless infrastructure market growth will be pronounced with following the implementation of robust policies. Major companies, such as Deutsche Telekom, Ericsson, Inmarsat plc, and Three UK, are expected to expedite investments in advanced wireless infrastructure solutions.
The Asia Pacific market outlook will be strong on the back of the expansion of smartphone users across China, India, and Australia. Wireless communication devices are expected to be sought-after as the demand for higher-speed and low latency continues to surge across the region. It is worth noting that the digitalization of the maritime and defense sector will bode well for regional growth.
Major Players Emphasize Meeting High Bandwidth Demand to Boost Portfolios
Leading companies are expected to invest in organic and inorganic strategies, including product launches, mergers & acquisitions, technological advancements, and R&D activities. Besides, major companies could invest in innovations and product offerings in the ensuing period.
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Global Wireless Infrastructure Market Analysis, Insights and Forecast, 2018-2029
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Cloud native technologies might have improved speed to innovation, and offer greater agility, reliability and scalability — but these modern application architectures are posing serious challenges for IT departments across industries, according to accurate research by Cisco AppDynamics for its latest report, “The Age of Application Observability.”
Technologists say that 49% of their new innovation initiatives are being delivered with cloud native technologies. Cloud adoption promises to be aggressive across industries, with IT leaders expecting this figure to climb to 58% over the next five years. That means that the majority of new digital transformation programs will be built on cloud native technologies by 2028.
“These cloud native technologies are enabling IT teams to scale, to be able to take on more customers, to grow faster, and still maintain an optimized experience for the end user,” says Joe Byrne, executive CTO at Cisco AppDynamics. “But the rapid pace of adoption means technologists have been faced with challenges from both the tech front and the people front, and they’re struggling.”
Attack surfaces are expanding, complexity is skyrocketing, and data keeps pouring in. Seventy-eight percent of technologists said the increased volume of data from multi-cloud and hybrid environments has made manual monitoring virtually impossible. The rigorous pace of adoption and the technical issues that follow in its wake has also meant tension in the IT department as silos form, and stress and higher churn is becoming increasingly common.
“The goal of the application observability report was to underscore the need for technologists to adapt to this new hybrid world,” Byrne says. “And the report was designed to provide a resource to these technologists first to let them know they’re not alone – these are common issues. But more importantly, to find solutions and next steps in managing and mitigating these issues going forward.”
The cloud and on-premises, hybrid nature of modern architectures means that traversing that entire ecosystem is crucial. As a result, new teams are formed to help manage the complexity – a cloud operations team to work with the network operations team, and both operations teams working separately from security.
But to effectively manage what is essentially a fragmented IT estate, 85% of technologists say that observability has to be a strategic priority for the organization going forward – a way to pull this telemetry together, correlate it, and give organizations insight into the crucial backend of their business. Bridging that gap takes not only tools and technology, but people and process changes and a cultural shift.
“Everybody needs to be on the same page when producing an application or an experience for the end user, who expects an optimized experience, whether that’s B2C or B2B,” Byrne says. “There’s a business KPI behind all software. Our goal is to ensure the software helps our customers achieve their goals, and thus helps the business achieve its KPIs. So, everyone must own a piece.”
“It’s new technology and new expectations bringing new problems,” Byrne says. “The old methodology of just validating that something is up and running isn’t good enough anymore. The idea of looking at the architecture as separate, isolated parts is not enough anymore. Now, it’s all about how is it all performing together, and what does the end result look like in terms of the experience? It’s a very different way of thinking. And it’s hard to get your head around it.”
It’s also the fact that the technology is moving at a rapid pace, as are the expectations of users, but processes and culture have always changed far more slowly. As a result, 36% of technologists said these issues are already contributing to a loss of their IT talent, which hamstrings teams and puts change on the backburner, in favor of firefighting – and 46% predict that churn is just going to increase if they don’t figure out a way to break down these silos and shift to a focus on observability, versus a monitoring solution.
The goal of most organizations is to build an application that’s always on, can be used on any device, whenever and wherever the customer wants to use it — but that’s what is creating these challenges for technologists. It requires new technology, it requires rapid adoption and acceleration of digital initiatives, and it leaves skill gaps, a Frankenstein management and reporting structure made up of the old and new, a lack of shared vision and objectives, and a lack of unified data and technology that’s reinforcing these silos.
“IT leaders need to implement new ways of working across departments, and incentivizing and driving people to change their actions is an important one,” Byrne says, “whether it’s shared goals, shared bonuses, or increased compensation. But tool consolidation is also crucial.”
Bringing in unified tools that are integrated tightly and able to work together, versus every team using a completely different tool, can not only save the organization money, but also means each team is looking at the same charts and data points, speaking the same language, using the same methodologies.
“Then they start to understand how important it is to work together, how easy it can be,” he explains. “Then those silos start to get broken down.”
Application observability serves as what should be a single source of truth. It brings together application information, network, infrastructure, performance, security and business data — and links that all together to give technologists the overall health of the application, and the ability to generate insights into the business transactions of users. For instance, in a retail application that might be a user logging in, searching, adding to cart, checking out, which together makes up the business journey.
“Understanding how those are related, what technologies are involved for each of those transactions that complete that journey, is important,” Byrne says. “We found that 88% of technologists say that observability with business context is really what’s going to enable them to become more strategic and spend more time on innovation.”
For example, the business data that comes from monitoring applications can be aggregated and elevated, so that you can build a dashboard showing the average sales per day, the average number of customers, conversions and other business metrics. With that data, technologists see how their optimization directly impacts the business. That could include a change in the code that auto-populates some data, or enables the task to use less data to minimize friction for purchases. And now instead of being seen this application observability as a cost center, the value of the work IT is doing is tied directly to the business.
“If you release code and then see that happen in a business dashboard, the technologists can say, my code, my application, my infrastructure did that, and now they understand how they directly impact business,” Byrne says. “With the ability to link what they’re doing, how they’re doing it, the performance of their teams along with code and architectures, to a business metric, comes pride of ownership. They feel like they have a seat at the table now, a bigger voice, and can help advance the business. That’s a huge opportunity.”
Implementing an application observability solution also means that engineers are spending more time writing code – what they want to be doing – and less time bug fixing or refactoring. Team members get to the root causes more quickly, are able to measure performance more easily, before code ever goes into production, which means fewer errors are sent out into the wild.
“What these technologists need is that solution, like Cisco’s full-stack observability (FSO) offering – that brings a broad range of telemetry together and making it understandable and usable in terms of fixing issues and moving forward,” he says. “That’s what’s so needed.”
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At the Defcon security conference in Las Vegas last weekend, thousands of hackers competed in a red-team challenge to find flaws in generative AI chat platforms and help better secure these emerging systems. Meanwhile, researchers presented findings across the conference, including new discoveries about strategies to bypass a accurate addition to Apple’s macOS that is supposed to flag potentially malicious software on your computer.
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A large phishing campaign that’s been active since May has been targeting an array of companies with malicious QR codes in attempts to steal Microsoft account credentials. Notably, researchers from the security firm Cofense observed the attacks against “a major Energy company based in the US.” The campaign also targeted organizations in other industries, including finance, insurance, manufacturing, and tech. Malicious QR codes were used in nearly a third of the emails reviewed by researchers. QR codes have disadvantages in phishing, since victims need to be compelled to scan them for the attack to progress. But they make it more difficult for victims to evaluate the trustworthiness of the URL they’re clicking on, and it’s more likely that emails containing a QR code will reach their target, because it’s more difficult for spam filters to assess QR images included in an attachment like a PDF.
It’s common practice for attackers—both criminal actors and state-backed hackers—to scam or otherwise lure victims from a starting point of mainstream services like email, photo sharing, or social media. Now, research from the security firm Recorded Future attempts to categorize the types of malware most often distributed from these various jumping-off points, and which strategies are most common. The goal was to give defenders deeper insight into the services they need to prioritize securing. The review found that cloud platforms are the most used by attackers, but communication platforms like messaging apps, email, and social media are also widely abused. Pastebin, Google Drive, and Dropbox were all popular among attackers, as are Telegram and Discord.
In response to the “Downfall” Intel processor vulnerability disclosed by Google researchers last week, organizations have been releasing tailored fixes for the flaw. The bug could be exploited by an attacker to grab sensitive information like login credentials or encryption keys. Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, Cisco, Dell, Lenovo, VMWare, Linux distributions, and many others have all released guidance on responding to the vulnerability. Prior to public disclosure, Intel spent a year developing fixes to distribute across the industry and coordinating to encourage widespread patch release from individual vendors.
Maintainers of OpenNMS patched a high-severity vulnerability in both the community-supported and subscription-based versions of the widely used open source network monitoring software.
The XML external entity (XXE) injection vulnerability gives attackers a way to exfiltrate data from the OpenNMS file server system, send arbitrary HTTP requests to internal and external services, and trigger denial-of-service conditions on affected systems.
Researchers from Synopsys discovered the vulnerability in June and reported it to the maintainers of OpenNMS, who released a patch last week.
"CVE-2023-0871 impacts both Meridian and Horizon, the subscription-based and community-supported, respectively, versions of the OpenNMS network monitoring platform," says Ben Ronallo, vulnerability management engineer for Synopsys. "This platform is trusted by companies like Cisco, GigaComm, Savannah River Nuclear Solutions (SRNS), as well as others in CISA's Critical Infrastructure Sectors," he adds.
Organizations use OpenNMS to monitor their local and distributed networks for a variety of uses, including performance management, traffic monitoring, fault detection, and alarm generation. The Java-based platform supports the monitoring of both physical and virtual networks, applications, servers, business performance indications, and custom metrics.
The free version of OpenNMS Horizon is a community-driven project that includes many of the same features as the subscription-based OpenNMS Meridian version. However, it lacks the support and easier release and update cycles available with the subscription version.
According to Synopsys, CVE-2023-0871 stems from a permissive XML parser configuration that makes the parser prone to XML external entity attacks. An XML parser configuration is permissive if, for example, it allows external files and URLs to be referenced within XML. XXE vulnerabilities, like those discovered by Synopsys, allow an attacker to essentially interfere with an application's processing of XML data.
"CVE-2023-0871 is an XXE injection attack, which leverages the default credentials for the Realtime Console (RTC) REST API," Ronallo says. "This attack modifies trusted XML data by anticipating how the data is processed." This enables an attacker to potentially compromise other physical and/or virtual systems, view files on the system running the vulnerable app, or make HTTP requests to other systems via Server-Side Request Forgery (SSRF), he notes.
The OpenNMS project described the vulnerability as affecting OpenNMS Horizon 31.0.8 and versions prior to 32.0.2 on multiple platforms. The maintainers of the project urged organizations using affected versions of the software to update to Meridian 2023.1.6, 2022.1.19, 2021.1.30, 2020.1.38, or Horizon 32.0.2 or newer. The alert reminded organizations not to make OpenNMS directly accessible over the Internet and to ensure that it is installed and used only with an organization's internal network.
"Assuming users of the platform adhere to OpenNMS' recommendation to only install within private networks, the likelihood of this attack succeeding is reduced to malicious insiders," Ronallo says. This could include a compromised user or a disgruntled employee. "However, if successfully exploited, this vulnerability could lead to system compromise."
CVE-2023-0871 is one of several vulnerabilities that researchers have uncovered in OpenNMS so far this year. Among the more serious of them are CVE-2023-0870, a cross-site request forgery issue with a CVSS score of 8.1, and present in multiple versions of OpenNMS Horizon and Meridian and CVE-2023-0846, an unauthenticated, cross-site scripting vulnerability in both OpenNMS versions.