The global mmWave 5G market size is expected to grow from USD 2.5 billion in 2022 to USD 4.9 billion by 2027, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 14.7%, according to Research and Markets.
The rapidly growing demand for wireless data bandwidth continues to expand and develop the experience of mobile data users. It has put a strain on network use of available spectrums. To overcome this rising demand cellular industry is looking into other frequency bands that can be utilized in the development of 5G wireless technologies driving the mmWave market growth.
URLLC is a essential feature required to support dense sensor grids of IoT endpoints; for a number of unique use cases in the areas of energy transmission, transportation, manufacturing, and healthcare, it is a primary enabler. URLLC is used for safety and mission-related applications, such as autonomous driving, industrial automation and robotics, drone-based delivery, and remote medical assistance.
URLLC-centered applications need a throughout delivery of data with consistency, security, and minimum latency supported by mmWave technology. URLLC aids in automating factory processes and power systems as manufacturing companies automate industrial control by developing networks in production plants driving the growth of mmWave 5G market.
The Smart industry processes and networking of machines led by the advancements in 5G are referred to as industry 4.0. This means automation of industries that requires real-time communication between machines that will produce petabytes of data.
The qualities of 5G, such as low latency, ultra-high reliability, and high bandwidth will lead industry 4.0 toward smart warehouses and distribution centers. Industry 4.0 anticipates the growing trend toward automation and data exchange in technology and processes within the manufacturing industry.
The growth of the mmWave 5G market in APAC is highly driven by the technological advancement across the region. China is anticipated to be the leading country for mmWave 5G market growth in Asia Pacific, followed by South Korea.
According to GlobalData Asia Pacific is expected to be the leading region in 5G technology adoption with 1.14 billion subscribers, accounting for 65% of global 5G subscription by 2024. Asia Pacific mmWave technology industry is on an up-surging trend owing to the government approvals of mmWave bands trials and planning for future advancements.