In 2Q’22, revenues for the RAN (Radio Access Network) market were 3% less than the year-ago quarter, according to our recently published report. The market has been inconsistent in performance over the past four quarters, oscillating between Y/Y growth and Y/Y declines. Our report also includes an updated long-term forecast. We have lowered our revenue forecast for 2022 and maintained our forecast for 2023. For the outer years of our forecast, we are maintaining our long-term forecast since the previous report.
Ericsson experienced the strongest Y/Y revenue performance, while Samsung experienced the strongest sequential (Q/Q) revenue performance.
The top 5 vendors in the quarter (ranked by revenue size in the report) were the following:
Ericsson – grew Y/Y
Huawei – grew Y/Y
Nokia – declined Y/Y
ZTE – declined Y/Y
Samsung – declined Y/Y
On a regional basis, North America had the strongest Y/Y growth and on a Q/Q basis.
Regional revenue performance in the quarter for the largest three regions was as follows:
Greater China – declined Y/Y
North America – grew Y/Y
Asia Pacific (excluding China) – declined Y/Y
The RAN report breaks out several vendors and includes detailed segmentation, forecasting, and market shares. Please contact us for press inquiries and further report information. In 650 Group’s top vendor performance, we only include vendors broken out directly in the report. Vendor’s in our rest-of-market category are not included in the top performing list.
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