The T&M instruments market while expected to maintain a CAGR of 5 percent over the next five years,is seeing transformational shifts.
The Indian telcos have so many battlefronts open, that another one with TEC is just not welcome.
With billions of devices using wireless technologies expected to be connected by 2020, and concentrated focus on IoT, the electronic instrumentation market too is responding at an unprecedented pace.
Test-equipment designers and suppliers are carrying a heavy load, trying to meet the expected test requirements of 5G wireless systems. In fact, the expected needs of next-generation wireless networks are shaping the next generation of RF/microwave test equipment.
Five trends that have been shaping the industry over the years and will continue to do so in 2017 Dr James Truchard, President, CEO, and Cofounder, National Instruments
With the T&M industry poised at a CAGR of 6.8 percent over the next five years, MWC this year has an impressive presence of the leading vendors.
2016 saw consolidation in the test and instruments industry.
Dechacca Ponnappa, Industry Analyst, Frost & Sullivan
Avichal Kulshrestha, Staff Technical Marketing Engineer, National Instruments
Arpita Pal Agrawal, Telecom Leader, PwC India
With the recent developments, the T&M vendors can look forward to exciting times.
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