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Title: Investment in 5G Technology to Further Boost Japan Telecommunication Sector: Ken Research

Investment in 5G Technology to Further Boost
Japan Telecommunication Sector Ken Research
Japan has amended the telecommunications business
laws and the new laws are very stringent and
transparent. Japan introduced several principles
in all the areas of telecommunications market and
also eliminated the restrictions on foreign
telecommunications carriers. With the entry of
foreign telecommunications lower prices were
introduced and telecommunications services were
expanded across the country. The construction of
telecommunications networks carriers in Japan
made the regulatory frameworks more transparent.
  • The telecommunications category in Japan covers
    construction works of telephone/mobile exchanges,
    towers and communication cables construction
    including underground cables and optical fiber
    cables construction. It was observed that there
    is a fluctuation in the Japanese
    telecommunications construction market in the
    past years. The telecommunications construction
    in Japan involves new construction, repair and
    maintenance, refurbishment and demolition and the
    cost type includes construction materials,
    construction equipment and construction services.
  • Japan unified communications and collaboration
    (UCC) is state-run telecommunications sector.
    Japans UCC market is divided into four major
    categories based on solution types such as IP
    telephony market, collaborative applications
    market, IP conferencing system market, and IP
    contact center system market. These categories
    analyze the telecommunications market size and
    provide a forecast for each category. The
    stagnant growth in the IP telephony market driven
    by decreased replacement demand for enterprise
    voice infrastructure is the major reason for
    decreased growth in Japan UCC market.

  • According to the report, Telecommunications
    (Construction) in Japan Market Analytics by
    Category Cost Type to 2021, IT suppliers in
    Japan are working together with partners to
    provide UCC functions using cloud, strengthen
    integration between Cognitive/Artificial
    Intelligence systems and collaborative systems
    which helps in the growth of Japan UCC market.
    Japan's telecommunications industry is supported
    by high-speed internet connections. Almost all
    the operators enjoyed success with consumers
    following multi-device strategies with abundant
    interest in advanced technology and digital
    applications. Japans economic slowdown may
    witness a downfall in the multi-device strategies
    and is also based on the consumers spending
  • The future of the Japanese telecommunications
    market will be driven by the Internet of Things
    (IoT). Operators are rushing to use high
    technological base to encourage consumers to opt
    for higher-value digital services. LINE Corp is
    Tokyo-headquartered messaging app provider which
    has announced the launch of a low-cost smartphone
    MVNO services in Japan. It was stated

  • that these new service will be open to a limited
    number of subscribers and will use the
    infrastructure of host network operator NTT
    DOCOMO. KDDI in Japan lowered the smartphone
    fees by 20 to fight budget oriented consumers
    availing plans that offer up to 5GB of data and
    unlimited voice calling.
  • Japans mobile network operators (MNOs) such as
    NTT DOCOMO, SoftBank and KDDI are keen in
    investing into 5G technology that was nationwide
    target by 2023. The three MNOs are launching new
    generation services commercially in 2020, the
    anticipated surge in interest for IoT and
    self-drive cars is expected to help fuel the rise
    in consumer spending. Nokia is signing a
    distributor agreement with Chugoku Electric Power
    Company-owned Energia Communications (EneCom) to
    sell its fixed ultra-broadband access
    technology in Japan.
  • Simple innovations such as advanced wearables and
    fully autonomous vehicles may take a few years to
    emerge. A drastic growth in smartphone usage was
    observed and is a continuing opportunity for all

sub-sectors, including wireless and
wireline/broadband carriers, network
equipment/infrastructure companies, and device
manufacturers for positive growth. There is a
huge investment in emerging areas and all the
telecommunication companies are focused on
connectivity-first which allowed carriers to
strengthen their brand and networks. The two
major factors Japans telecommunication is
focusing on are content and the internet of
things (IoT). The delivering enhanced content to
any type of screen is becoming a reality, enabled
by advances in network technology, and higher
speeds. The consumer oriented items comprising of
the IoT includes wearables, connected cars, smart
homes such as lighting, security, entertainment.
The government and enterprise connected items
are smart businesses such as fleet management,
and smart cities such as parking, city lighting,
asset monitoring and tracking, and video security
which are the areas of growth in the coming
years. Japanese consumers demand for digital
that are easier to control their homes, cars and
will help to drive incremental revenue in the
ecosystem. Telecommunication carriers in Japan
focus on providing data and voice services that
are high quality, reliable, and affordable. The
carriers need to upgrade to their core
connectivity infrastructure to fifth generation
(5G) mobile networks and more funds are require
for areas such as IoT, autonomous vehicles,
industry verticals, MA, and international
expansion. The availability of new technologies
and innovations in Japan may make 2017 the year
of digital transformation for the
telecommunications sector. With the decrease in
the Japanese population, the telecommunications
sector is growing in leaps and bounds. The
telecoms sector in Japan will not be able to
achieve rapid growth without upgrading their
network infrastructures. All the
telecommunications carriers care to develop
advanced networks, offer improved and expanded
services to customers through the use of mobile
  • phones, network densification, installing more
    fiber infrastructure, and improving spectrum
    efficiency. All the telecommunication carriers
    are software-based network functions with
    technologies such as software defined networking
    (SDN) and network function virtualization (NFV).
    This software manages their networks more
    efficiently and effectively.
  • Japan Telecommunications mobile market has
    performed better in the year 2017 than the year
    2016 and is expecting a positive growth in the
    coming years. Connectivity and mobility are
    well-established in the Japanese society with the
    ongoing changes and innovations in this sector
    will establish a positive growth in the telecom
    sector in the coming years.
  • Key Topics Covered in the Report
  • Japan Infrastructure and Construction Market
    Research Report
  • Japan Telecommunication Construction Industry
  • Japan Power Line and Telecom Infrastructure
    Market Analysis
  • Japan Cell Tower Construction Industry Future

Japan Telecom Projects Market Growth
Opportunities Japan Energy and Utilities
Construction Market Size Japan Electricity and
Telecom Infrastructure Industry Trends Japan
Telecom Engineering and Consulting Services
Sector Japan Data and Telecom Infrastructure
Market Revenue Global Wireless Tower Construction
Market Research Report To know more about the
research report https//
g/telecommunications-japan/116890-105.html Relate
d reports https//
-telephone-services/126984-105.html Contact Ken
Research Ankur Gupta, Head Marketing
Communications 91-124-42302
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