MTN Consulting has recently revealed the share of Huawei, Ericsson, Nokia, Cisco and ZTE in the telecom network infrastructure market in Q2 2019.
Huawei has generated revenue of $11.797 billion by selling telecom network infrastructure products to mobile operators. China-based Huawei has 23.5 percent share of the market. Huawei retained its top position despite facing challenges from the United States federal administration.
Ericsson has generated revenue of $5.626 billion during the second quarter by selling telecom network infrastructure products to telecom operators. Sweden-based Ericsson has 11.2 percent share of the network infrastructure market – retaining its second position.
Nokia is the third largest supplier of network infrastructure with 10.6 percent. Finland-based Nokia has earned $5.345 billion by supplying network infrastructure to TSPs.
US-based Cisco Systems has generated $2.691 billion revenue in network infrastructure market. Cisco has 5.4 percent share.
China-based ZTE has 4.9 percent share of the worldwide network infrastructure market. ZTE has generated revenue of $2.484 billion, maintaining its fifth position.
CommScope, Samsung, NEC, Intel, Fiberhome, Amdocs, Hengtong Optic Electric, Corning, Accenture, HPE, IBM, Ciena, Oracle, Prysmian and Technicolor are the other top telecom infrastructure suppliers in the world.