5G Substrate Materials Market Demand, Revenue, Top Companies And Forecast 2025

Posted by BIS RSRCH on December 7th, 2020

Business expansions is another one of the preferred strategies adopted by the market players to enhance their production capacities, global footprint, and product offerings. For instance, in 2019, Panasonic Corporation established a new factory for developing substrate materials catering to the growing demand for 5G market in China.

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The COVID-19 pandemic had a negative impact on various business segments of the supply chain in quarter one of 2020. The disruption in the supply chain is primarily due to national lockdowns and import-export shipment delays across the world. Countries worldwide have halted their 5G deployment work for Q1 and Q2 of 2020, plummeting the demand for 5G substrate materials in the manufacturing industry. The European countries have delayed the frequency auction for 5G networks across much of the region. Major European countries such as France, Spain, and Austria have postponed their 5G spectrum allocation schedule for late 2020 or 2021. Due to the COVID-19 situation, European countries and North American countries are witnessing cash flow issues and unclear revenue prospects, that are leading to cutbacks of technology deployment plans in the countries. China being the epicenter of COVID-19 pandemic, has recovered from the pandemic so far and is looking forward to starting 5G deployment at the earliest. The Chinese government is also actively pushing the deployment and infrastructure work for 5G, leveraging the vast manufacturing and 5G telecom companies of the nation such as Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.

In the 5G world, the PCB substrates materials may be referred to as building blocks of the 5G industry. It is the primary raw material that is required for acquiring the desired performance of a particular device or equipment. There is a vast range of materials catering to the electronics industry. Still, only specific characteristics of materials make them suitable for operating and existing in high-frequency RF world of 5G. The key factors that play a very crucial role in the selection of materials for 5G equipment and infrastructure are its dielectric constant, dissipation factor, coefficient of thermal expansion, coefficient of dielectric coefficient, and thermal conductivity, among others. These characteristics decide whether a material is suitable for 5G infrastructure or not.

With the growth in 5G systems and technology roll-out, materials such as polymers and ceramics will play a paramount role in the manufacturing of 5G specific devices. The demand for multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) antennas placed at 5G base stations will drive the demand for materials that have low dielectric constant, are cost-friendly, and improve antennas bandwidth and efficiency. Some of the companies working on advanced materials for 5G infrastructure are Dupont de Nemours, Inc., AGC Inc., and Rogers Corporation.

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In the race of 5G network deployment, countries are pushing goals toward advanced 5G plans and to build a more comprehensive core network of base stations and equipment. Countries such as China, the U.S., South Korea, and Japan have made significant strides toward being 5G ready and are investing heavily in 5G development. China is one of the leading countries, which is excelling in various aspects of 5G deployment. This is mainly due to strategic planning by the government and their coordination with 5G-based industry players. Telecommunication vendors are manufacturing 5G infrastructure components and getting full support from governments of different countries. The positive impacts of 5G roll-out on a nation’s economic position are incentivizing various national governments to accelerate its deployment.

The 5G substrate materials market is poised to grow over time, compelling companies to come with collaborative strategies in order to sustain in the intensity competitive market. Companies with identical product portfolio with a need for additional resources often partner and come together for joint venture programs, which help the companies gain access to one another’s resources and facilitates them to achieve their objectives faster. The 5G substrate materials industry is a very emerging industry and companies have started to invest in this segment. 

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