Hobbyist developers will make $30 million via 'Roblox' this year

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Roblox has exploded over the past two years. It’s not quite a game and not quite a development platform, allowing players to boot up millions of user-made projects, or create their own games and immediately publish them across all supported platforms. In September 2015, Roblox Corporation was happy to report it had 6 million monthly players, most of them between the ages of 15 and 22, across PC, Mac iOS and Android. Hundreds of developers were bringing in at least $250 a month selling items and upgrades in their Roblox games, and the ecosystem overall generated $2.5 million for creators.

Yes, that’s real-life money.

Today, Roblox has 56 million monthly players, an increase of 50 million over 2015, and it’s available on Xbox One, Windows 10 and Oculus Rift. The top echelon of Roblox developers are pulling in more than $100,000 a month, and two creators are poised to make more than $2 million this year. As a whole, Roblox is on track to pay out $30 million to its developers in 2017.

That’s still real-life money.

Here’s how Roblox works, when it comes to cash: Any player can dive in and create their own game in the Roblox ecosystem. They can then publish their projects across all supported platforms — a huge boon when it comes to indie development — and monetize them by selling things in-game. Players pay in the community’s currency, Robux, which Roblox then converts to real cash via the Developer Exchange program. Of the 56 million total Roblox players, 1.7 million are creators. Each of them can technically earn up to $1.05 million per month.

“Not every game is monetized and some games are monetized in ways different than others, so there are many games and many creators who don’t make a lot of money with their games,” spokesperson Brian Jaquet says. But, he continues, “some of our top developers are on track to make close to $3 million dollars in 2017.”

There are two main reasons for Roblox‘s growth since 2015, Jaquet says. First, the Xbox One launch was a huge help. Second, he says, “We’ve also improved our mobile experience, where we’ve been seeing the most aggressive growth on the platform. This has allowed players to jump on, create and share with friends easily, causing a network effect of growth.”

Jaquet also mentions the recent viral assistance of YouTube influencers, some of whom have created Roblox-specific channels over the past few years. There’s also the $92 million investment the company secured in March, bringing its lifetime fundraising efforts to $102 million.

The third annual Roblox Developer’s Conference takes place in San Jose this weekend, complete with panels and seminars designed to get even more people playing, developing and earning money in the game.



23 new movie trailers you need to watch from this past week

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Last week, we only had a handful of new trailers to show you. That’s probably because Comic-Con was right around the corner, or the place movie studios target with new trailer releases for upcoming attractions. So go grab your popcorn, coffee, or whatever else you fancy, as we have no less than 23 new trailers and movie clips to see.

A Wrinkle in Time

A few days ago, Disney released the first trailer for A Wrinkle in Time, a fantasy that’ll remind you of the Narnia world and premise. Chris Pine, Reese Witherspoon, Michael Pena, Oprah, and Zach Galifianakis star in this one, set to premiere on March 9th.


This movie is about surviving the Ice Age from the human perspective. So yes, there’s no Manny and the gang in Alpha, and it’s not even an animation. But the story is set 20,000 years ago. Alpha opens on March 2nd.


Due on December 22nd, Netflix’s biggest motion picture to date stars Will Smith and has David Ayer at the helm. Here’s the first trailer for this fantasy epic:

Blade Runner 2049

It’s time for Harrison Ford to pass the Blade Runner baton to someone younger, but that’s only happening because it took so many years for someone to make a sequel. Enjoy the new Blade Runner 2049 trailer knowing that we’re getting closer and closer to its launch — October 6th.

Boo2! A Madea Halloween

Yeah, there’s Boo sequel, and its full name is Boo2! A Madea Halloween. Nobody will blame you if you don’t see this one in cinemas come October 20th, but you might want to watch the comedy on streaming services once it’s available.


It’s some sort of civil war on the streets of New York in Bushwick, as a Texas military force apparently attacks the city. It’s up to Dave Bautista and Brittany Snow’s characters to team up and survive.

Ingrid Goes West

We talked about Ingrid Goes West before, a movie about social stalking. And emoji. Aubrey Plaza will be doing the stalking, in this comedy/drama that hits theaters on August 11th.


Jigsaw has been dead for years. Unless, of course, he wasn’t. In which case, he’s up to no good — and yes, that involves plenty of strange killing scenarios. The horror unleashes on October 27th.

Kingsman: The Golden Circle

The next installment in the Kingsman universe launches on September 22nd and promises to be one of the spy movies to see this year. Time to check out an acton-packed new trailer. And plenty of high-tech tricks:

Only the Brave

Based on the real story of a group of tenacious firefighters who fought a huge blaze in Arizona in June 2013 no matter the cost, Only the Brave hits cinemas on October 20th:

Pacific Rim: Uprising

The original Pacific Rim is getting a sequel next year, and we have a brand new clip, showing us what to expect from the next robots-and-monsters movie. The film opens on February 23rd, starring Scott Eastwood and John Boyega.


Natalie Portman and Lily-Rose Depp star Planetarium, a movie about two sisters who can communicate with ghosts. The film launches on August 11th.

Professor Marston & the Wonder Women

The creator of Wonder Woman was a Harvard psychologist who contributed to the invention of the lie detector test. He also lead an unconventional life, and Professor Marston & the Wonder Women will tell that story.

Proud Mary

Ready for some John Wick-style action? Proud Mary promises to deliver that come January 12th. Well, at least a part of that. You see, Mary is indeed an assassin, but she meets a young boy who might change her. The trailer, however, mostly shows the action side of the story:

Rebel in the Rye

It’s not just the story of Wonder Woman’s creator that’s getting a movie. As you might have guessed, Rebel in the Rye is the biographical tale of J.D. Salinger, who wrote The Catcher in the Rye.

The Disaster Artist

This isn’t even a full trailer for the film, and it already seems to be hilarious. Then again, trailers do make some movies look a lot better than they really are, especially comedies. The Disaster Artist hits theaters on December 8th, which gives us plenty of time to see more trailers.

The Hitman’s Bodyguard

The premise of this comedy/action movie is one of the reasons you’ll want to see it. A professional assassin needs the services of a bodyguard. The second reason is the Ryan Reynolds-Samuel L. Jackson duo. August 18th, that’s all you need to know.

The Lego Ninjago Movie

Yes, more Lego movies are coming, and The Lego Ninjago Movie happens to be the next one. It premieres on September 22nd.

The Shape of Water

We have one more fantasy story for you, this time one that’s set in the Cold War America. It’s called The Shape of Water and tells the story of an unusual bond between a creature part of a secret experiment, and some of the humans around it. The Shape of Water arrives on December 8th.

The Snowman

The Snowman is a crime story that also happens to be a pretty horrific. A woman disappears, leaving behind a pink scarf. Michael Fassbender plays the detective tasked with solving the case and find the serial killer. Oh yes, and there are plenty of snowmen. The movie launches on October 20th.


A top CIA operative is summoned to London for a special operation, but it appears to be just a ruse that would allow terrorists to hit the capital. Noomi Rapace, Orlando Bloom, Toni Collette, Michael Douglas, John Malkovich star in Unlocked — see it in cinemas on September 1st.

Wind River

Wind River is also a crime story that has plenty of snow in it. However, this one is about a single murder that occurred on a Native American reservation. Elizabeth Olsen plays the FBI agent, while Jeremy Renner plays the skilled tracker.


A boy in the Midwest and a girl in New York are both looking for the same mysterious connection. Only they’re living 50 years apart. Wonderstruck launches on October 20th, check out the first teaser for this mystery movie below:

Nougat for LG G4 is now available

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The Nougat update for the LG G4 smartphone is now available. Currently, the availability is only limited to the company’s home country of South Korea. Also, the update is only accessible through the LG Bridge app.

KDZ images of the update are also available to download from XDA Developers. However, those are currently only available for F500S, F500L, or F500K models. You can use these images to carry out manual installation of the update.

There’s currently no information on when the OTA roll out will begin, but that should not take long (if it hasn’t already started).

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Throwing Shade: 7 Polarized Sunglasses for Summer Fun

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When you try a new pair of polarized sunglasses, you never know you’ve made a mistake until it’s too late. Buy them in a store or online, and your misstep becomes painfully clear just a few squint-intensive hours later.

So let us do the work for you. We got our hands on a dozen pairs of polarized shades at various prices—from $10 to $360—and tested them for days at a time. These seven sunglasses are our favorites, and while only a couple of models are perfect, just about any of them will help you enjoy the dog days of summer.

Joopin’s inexpensive shades.

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For just $10, Joopin’s retro-styled sunglasses could easily be used as backup shades. Given the fact they cost as much as a couple of wheatgrass shots, they performed better than I expected. It’s hard to tell if they’re actually polarized (as the Amazon page claims) but if they are, these shades are clearly not made with the same quality of polarized glass as the other more expensive pairs on this list. You get what you pay for though, and these should do fine in a pinch. Major bonus points for that Blues Brothers look. $10

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Alta by Sunskis

Despite the relatively inexpensive price, the Altas were some of the best sunglasses I tested. For less than three Jacksons, you get a light and durable set of sunnies with an azure tint that will turn your world blue. The one flaw is their level of protection; because of the small round lenses, stray rays can find their way onto your eyeballs. $55

Le Specs.

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Hey Macarena by Le Specs

The Hey Macarenas are some of the most comfortable glasses I tested in this roundup. The frame’s rubber finish is so soft, I wanted to keep them on even when I went indoors. The lenses sit in pretty close proximity to the face, which keeps the sun out. And the sepia-toned lenses saturate the world with warm colors. $69

Sperry’s Seaford frames.

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Seaford by Sperry

The Seafords are comfortable and simple—and ideal for when you want to rock a retro look. The acetate frame feels sturdy and light, but the lenses fall a little short. The reflective gold lenses do a poor job of blocking out the sun. Sperry claims the mirror coating deflects light, but my constant squinting proves otherwise. Get them for the sharp fashion, not the performance. $108


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Kaenon Leadbetter

If you’re spending over $200 on a pair of sunglasses, you should be getting something well-made, protective, and good-looking. The Leadbetters hit all three notes. The frame is made from highly durable plastic and coated with hand-painted finish, giving it a green and gold hue. The lenses are thick enough to withstand more than a few drops onto the sidewalk. It’s the optical quality that stood out though—the polarization and the tint are so effective, I frequently forgot the sun was blaring on the other side of the lenses. $229

Ray-Ban’s Chromance aviators.

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Ray-Ban Chromance

The Chromance aviators were my favorite sunglasses of all the pairs I tested. The uber comfortable metal frames are complimented with carbon fiber temple pieces, and the lenses block out all the glare even during the brightest hours of the day. The classic aviator style adds a needed dose of swag to any outfit. If there’s one shortcoming with these sunglasses, its durability. These are not the shades to wear on a run, and you certainly don’t want to throw them in the bottom of your backpack. They’re built to be worn to a patio reception or a beachside cocktail party. $290

Vuarnet’s aviators.

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Vuarnet Edge Pilot

The Edge Pilots justify their hefty price tag by combining elegance, comfort, and superb eye protection. The big blue polarized lenses hide your eyes from the sun while casting your surroundings in a cool, icy hue. The metal frames and acetate rims are sturdy, yet stay soft–a special combination that makes it easy to forget you’re wearing sunglasses. Perhaps best of all though, they’re the rare pair of aviators that don’t make you look like a cop. $360

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BlackBerry KEYone gets price cut in UK

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If you are in the UK, and are planning to purchase the BlackBerry KEYone, you’ll be glad to know the device is currently available at discounted rates in the country. Specifically, retailer Carphone Warehouse has the phone listed on its website for £449.

That, if you compare is a discount of £50 given that the phone usually goes for £499. A quick look at KEYone listings on other retailers reveals only Carphone is currently offering this discount.

The deal is available on the SIM-free version. No information on when the offer ends. For more details, head to the Source link below.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Note5 getting new update

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A new update has started hitting the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 smartphone. Arriving as version N910FXXS1DQG5 and weighing in at 200MB, it’s a security update that brings along Android fixes for the month of July.

Aside from the latest security patch, some other minor changes are also included in the update, which is currently hitting units in Europe.

Meanwhile, the Galaxy Note5 has also started getting a new update. Currently rolling out to T-Mobile units in the US, the update arrives as version N920TUVS4EQG1 and weighs in at 24.39 MB. As for changes, while officially, T-Mobile says the update brings along system improvements, reports say July security patch is included.

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Strava's new Premium perks will insure your phone while you ride

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Strava makes a popular tracking app for workout warriors, however many cyclists have questions about whether its $60 per year (or $8 per month) Premium package is worth the cost. Features already include personalized feedback, analysis and more, but if that’s not enough it’s adding new Perks. Those include discounts on things like shoes from New Balance, body wipes, energy gels, coaching services and so on. The most interesting perk, however, is from Sundays Insurance, which will reimburse the cost of your device — up to $600 — if it’s damaged in an accident while you’re recording data with Strava.

It covers other things too, like $50 for a taxi in case of an accident or breakdown, and you’ll want to read the terms & conditions (PDF) carefully to see exactly what it covers, but it’s an unusual benefit for an app subscription. Add-ons like bike or travel insurance can be purchased separately, and as Bicycling.com points out, there are other insurers available for your ride like USA Cycling, which charges $50 per year.



YouTube TV now available in more locations in US

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Last month, Google announced that its YouTube TV service will be launched in more US markets in near future. Inline with that, the streaming video service is now available in a total of 10 new locations.

These locations include Dallas-Fort Worth, Washington D.C., Houston, Atlanta, Phoenix, Detroit, Minneapolis-Saint Paul, Miami-Fort Lauderdale, Orlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne, and Charlotte.

There’s a free, 1-month trial before you start paying – the service costs $35/month. For the uninitiated, YouTube TV delivers live TV from major broadcast networks such as ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC, alongside “popular cable networks”.

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T-Mobile's LG V10 starts getting Nougat update

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T-Mobile has started pushing out a new update to LG V10 units on its network. Weighing in at 1366 MB and arriving as software version H90130b, it’s a major update that brings along Android Nougat (version 7.0).

In addition, the update also includes an E911 timer fix as well as some software and stability-related fixes. As is usually the case with OTA roll outs, it might take time for the update notification to pop up on your handset’s screen.

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Stephen Colbert slept in the bed at the center of the pee tape

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The alleged Trump pee tape is talked about in hushed tones across every newsroom of two or more people in America. But aside from the salicious details in a leaked dossier, no-one knows much about the circumstances surrounding the events that ALLEGEDLY transpired one night in the Moscow Ritz.

In an effort to dig a little deeper, fabled late-night investigator Stephen Colbert hopped on a plane to Russia and into his jammies, and examined the one concrete detail from the dossier: the location.

As part of Colbert’s Russia Week, he decided to check out the Presidential Suite in the Moscow Ritz-Cartlon hotel. In case you’re wondering what all this is about, take a second to read through the relevant paragraph from the dossier:

The report, written by a former British spy, lays out allegations (that have not been confirmed) about how Russian authorities gathered “kopromat” on Trump. It specifies that Trump was at the Ritz-Carlton and stayed in the Presidential Suite, so that’s where Colbert went to snoop.

There’s not much else to say that Colbert doesn’t cover in his clip, so if you’ve ever been curious about the precise setting of the ALLEGED activities, dive on in.

Android Wear 2.0 update starts hitting smaller ZenWatch 2 units as well

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Just a few days after the ZenWatch 2 (1.63″) started getting the Android Wear 2.0 update, the smaller variant (1.45″) has also begun receiving it.

A quick look at the Android Wear 2.0 FAQ thread on official Google Forums reveals that the ZenWatch 2 (1.45″) is now in the list of wearables that the company says have already received the update.

The following screenshot shows the complete list:

So now, the only wearables that are compatible, but haven’t received the Android Wear 2.0 update yet are the Moto 360 Sport and LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition LTE. There’s, however, currently no information on exactly when the update will arrive for these watches.

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'Minecraft' novel by 'World War Z' author is now available

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As strange as it sounds, Minecraft got the novelization treatment, and the final product is now out for purchase. The good news is that the Mojang team put Microsoft’s millions to good use by commissioning Max Brooks, author of the apocalyptic zombie novel World War Z. Minecraft: The Island apparently tells the story of a hero who got stranded on a mysterious island and ends up unraveling its secrets.

When the book was first announced, Mojang’s Marsh Davies described it as a “cuboid Robinson Crusoe, but madder: a hero stranded in an unfamiliar land, with unfamiliar rules, learning to survive against tremendous odds.” In the book, the cuboid hero will face hunger, the elements and, yes, zombies that roam the island at night.

Del Rey, the publishing house in charge of the project, called the book the launch of a series when the partnership with Brooks was revealed, so this might be the first of many. If you’re curious and looking for something to read for the weekend, you can get a copy right now from Microsoft’s Books store.



The first trailer for Will Smith’s $100 million Netflix movie is here

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A few days ago, Netflix declared war on cinemas (more or less) by announcing that it has some 40 original motion pictures in the works. These movies will be released online on the date of their theatrical debut — that is, if theaters are even going to bother showing them. Now, the first trailer of Netflix’s most expensive original film to date is already out.

Starring Will Smith and Joel Edgerton, the $100 million Netflix movie is directed by David Ayer, whose previous work includes Suicide Squad, Fury, and End of Watch.

Bright is a cop movie set in an alternate universe, where humans cohabit the planet with strange creatures. For example, Will Smith’s character has an orc cop for a partner.

The three-minute video released at Comic-Con offers us a good look at this fantasy world, the plot, and the perils cops have to face. It’s like a darker Harry Potter movie, with strange creatures roaming the entire planet.

Bright will premiere on Netflix on December 22nd, right before Christmas, and just a few days after Star Wars returns to cinemas. But rather than having to fight against Disney’s The Last Jedi at the box office, Bright will be available to stream free of charge — that is, you won’t have to pay anything extra on top of your Netflix subscription.

Check out the first trailer for Bright below.

'The Defenders' Comic-Con trailer features punching, heroes

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Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: There’s a threat facing New York, and a few of Marvel’s punch-happy heroes need to clean it up. Based on the new trailer shown tonight at Comic-Con — where, Deadline reports, Netflix screened the entire first episode — the plot of every Netflix Marvel series so far will remain consistent with this eight episode The Defenders mini-series that arrives August 18th.

Of course, fans have quickly devoured most episodes of Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Iron Fist so far, so putting them all together should flow beautifully. Speaking of Iron Fist, Netflix also announced there will be a season two of the Finn Jones project, which will also feature Misty Knight from the first season of Luke Cage. This plan has been more than four years in the making, and similar to the movie MCU, a grand meetup should close a chapter in overall book — at least until The Punisher debuts.



The C-RAN (Centralized Radio Access Network) Ecosystem: 2017 – 2030 – Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies and Forecasts

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Centralized RAN or C RAN is an architectural shift in RAN (Radio Access Network) design, where the bulk of baseband processing is centralized and aggregated for a large number of distributed radio nodes. In comparison to standalone clusters of base stations, C RAN provides significant performance and economic benefits such as baseband pooling, enhanced coordination between cells, virtualization, network extensibility, smaller deployment footprint and reduced power consumption. Read the full report http www.reportlinker.com p03575158 The C RAN Centralized Radio Access Network Ecosystem Opportunities Challenges Strategies Forecasts.html Initially popularized by Japanese and South Korean mobile operators, C RAN technology is beginning to gain momentum worldwide with major tier 1 operators including Verizon Communications, AT&T, Sprint, China Mobile, Vodafone, TIM (Telecom Italia Mobile), Orange and Telef nica seeking to leverage the benefits of centralized baseband processing. SNS Research estimates that global investments in C RAN architecture networks will reach nearly $9 Billion by the end of 2017. The market is further expected to grow at a CAGR of approximately 24% between 2017 and 2020. These investments will include spending on RRHs (Remote Radio Heads), BBUs (Baseband Units) and fronthaul transport network equipment. The “C RAN (Centralized Radio Access Network) Ecosystem 2017 2030 Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies & Forecasts” report presents an in depth assessment of the C RAN ecosystem including enabling technologies, key trends, market drivers, challenges, standardization, regulatory landscape, deployment models, operator case studies, opportunities, future roadmap, value chain, ecosystem player profiles and strategies. The report also presents forecasts for C RAN infrastructure investments from 2017 till 2030. The forecasts cover 3 individual submarkets and 6 regions. The report comes with an associated Excel datasheet suite covering quantitative data from all numeric forecasts presented in the report. Topics Covered The report covers the following topics C RAN ecosystem Market drivers and barriers Key architectural components (RRH, BBU and fronthaul) Competing RAN architectures including traditional macrocell base stations, standalone small cells and DAS (Distributed Antenna Systems) Key trends including baseband functional splitting, enterprise RAN, vRAN (Virtualized RAN) Cloud RAN, MEC (Mobile Edge Computing) and RANaaS (RAN as a Service) Fronthaul networking technologies and interface options C RAN deployment models and mobile operator case studies Regulatory landscape and standardization Industry roadmap and value chain Profiles and strategies of over 230 leading ecosystem players including enabling technology providers, radio equipment suppliers, BBU vendors, fronthaul network equipment vendors and mobile operators Strategic recommendations for ecosystem players including C RAN solution providers and mobile operators Market analysis and forecasts from 2017 till 2030 Forecast Segmentation Market forecasts are provided for each of the following submarkets and their subcategories Submarket Segmentation RRHs (Remote Radio Heads) BBUs (Baseband Units) Fronthaul Air Interface Technology Segmentation 3G & LTE 5G NR (New Radio) Network Architecture Segmentation Non Virtualized C RAN vRAN Cloud RAN Deployment Model Segmentation Indoor Outdoor Cell Size Segmentation Small Cells Macrocells Fronthaul Transport Network Technology Segmentation Dedicated Fiber WDM (Wavelength Division Multiplexing) OTN (Optical Transport Network) PON (Passive Optical Network) Ethernet Microwave Millimeter Wave G.Fast & Others Regional Markets Asia Pacific Eastern Europe Middle East & Africa Latin & Central America North America Western Europe Key Questions Answered The report provides answers to the following key questions How big is the C RAN opportunity What trends, challenges and barriers are influencing its growth How is the ecosystem evolving by segment and region What will the market size be in 2020 and at what rate will it grow Which submarkets will see the highest percentage of growth How can C RAN facilitate the management of interference and LTE Advanced features such as CoMP (Coordinated Multi Point) What are the benefits and drawbacks of each baseband functional split option How can C RAN reduce the TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) of RAN deployments What are the prospects of wireless fronthaul technologies Is Ethernet a feasible solution for fronthaul networking How big is the market for vRAN Cloud RAN networks How can mobile operators future proof their RAN investments for 5G upgrades Who are the key market players and what are their strategies What strategies should C RAN solution providers and mobile operators adopt to remain competitive Key Findings The report has the following key findings Expected to reach nearly $9 Billion in global spending by the end of 2017, C RAN is increasingly becoming the preferred approach to deploy future mobile networks. The market is further expected to grow at a CAGR of approximately 24% between 2017 and 2020. Small cells are also beginning to be deployed in a C RAN architecture to leverage the benefits of resource pooling and multi cell coordination. This trend is particularly prevalent in the indoor and enterprise segments, with a number of dedicated vendor solutions such as CommScope’s OneCell, SpiderCloud’s E RAN, Ericsson’s Radio Dot, and Huawei’s LampSite. Mobile operators are exploring multiple baseband functional split options for C RAN implementation, as they seek to ease the transition to 5G networks while reducing fronthaul costs. By the end of 2020, SNS Research estimates that vRAN Cloud RAN deployments with virtualized baseband processing will account for nearly 20% of all C RAN investments. 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