the data analysis company GlobalData released the world’s first 5G RAN (Radio Access Network) ranking report. The report focuses on four key indicators such as baseband capacity, RF product portfolio, deployment simplicity and technology evolution capability, and focuses on five major equipment vendors such as Ericsson, Huawei, Nokia, Samsung and ZTE.

According to the report, Huawei’s 5G RAN product has the strongest overall capability and is the first in the evaluation of four key indicators such as baseband capacity.Ericsson’s strength lies in simplifying the complexity of RF installations, such as Street Macro. Nokia is tied for first place in the RF portfolio and Huawei.

Ed Gubbins, principal analyst at GlobalData, said: “The landscape of equipment vendors is changing rapidly. The first wave of 5G networking is a non-independent networking (NSA), relying on the existing 4G LTE infrastructure. So it is vying for a 5G commercial contract for operators. In the process, the existing network manufacturers of 4G equipment have a strong advantage. The 5G independent network (SA) needs a new core network (NGC), which is conducive to equipment manufacturers to expand the new 5G market structure and expand the global market. Share.”