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2020 Market for Macrocell Radio Access Network (RAN) & Mobile Core Network Infrastructure Forecast and Analysis

The Wireless Network Infrastructure Bible: 2014 – 2020 - Macrocell RAN, Small Cells, RRH, DAS, Cloud RAN, Carrier WiFi, Mobile Core & Backhaul a research report available at ReportsnReports.com.

 
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Dallas, TX -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/12/2014 -- The term “Wireless Network Infrastructure” has conventionally been associated with macrocell Radio Access Network (RAN) and mobile core network infrastructure, which the research estimates to account for nearly $52 Billion in spending by the end of 2014.

However, the scope of the term is expanding as wireless carriers increase their investments in Heterogeneous Network or HetNet infrastructure encompassing WiFi, small cells, Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS), Remote Radio Heads (RRH) and the emerging Cloud RAN concept. Driven by the promise of added capacity and coverage with minimum investment in additional spectrum, HetNet infrastructure is expected to account for nearly $17 Billion in spending by the end of 2014.

While macrocell RAN spending is forecast to decline at a CAGR of 3% over the next 6 years, SNS Research estimates that the overall wireless network infrastructure market encompassing macrocell RAN, HetNet, mobile core and backhaul infrastructure will witness tremendous growth over the coming years. Growing at a CAGR of over 5%, the market will account for over $104 Billion in annual spending by the end of 2020.

Complimenting this growth would be over $1 Billion worth of annual R&D investments on 5G mobile technology by wireless carriers, vendors and vertical market players alike, in a bid to further enhance the capacity, speed and performance of future mobile networks.

The “Wireless Network Infrastructure Bible: 2014 – 2020 - Macrocell RAN, Small Cells, RRH, DAS, Cloud RAN, Carrier WiFi, Mobile Core & Backhaul” report presents an in-depth assessment of 9 individual submarkets of the wireless network infrastructure opportunity. Besides analyzing the key market drivers, challenges, operator revenue potential, regional CapEx commitments, expert interviews and vendor strategies, the report also presents revenue and unit shipment forecasts for the market from 2014 to 2020 at a regional as well as a global scale. Historical figures are also provided for 2010, 2011 and 2013.

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Key Findings:
The report has the following key findings:
- Between 2014 and 2020, the 2G, 3G & 4G wireless network infrastructure market is expected to grow at a CAGR of nearly 5%
- Vendors are increasing their focus on profit margins. Many are already cutting staff, embracing operational excellence, evolving their new business models, acquiring niche businesses and expanding their managed services offerings
- New CapEx commitment avenues such as HetNet infrastructure and virtualization will usher industry restructuring. The wireless network infrastructure market will consolidate so as to eliminate one of the current global players by 2020
- As wireless carriers look to offload traffic from their overburdened macrocell infrastructure, HetNet infrastructure will represent a market worth $43 Billion in 2020
- Operators will ramp up on backhaul, aggregation, transport, routing based on IP and Ethernet technologies for offering mobile broadband services
- Developing market growth will be a significant factor during the forecast period, with China and India seeing some of the highest levels of growth, both in terms of shipments and in the size of their installed base. After 2014, developing countries and their requirements will begin to shape future infrastructure technologies and architectures
- Due to the investments in a single RAN technology, future LTE investments will cost much less than early investments of the technology
- Supplemented with a drive towards virtualization, a limited amount of hardware installation will be needed when wireless carriers upgrade to LTE in the future
- From 2016 onwards wireless carriers and vendors will spend at least $1 Billion per annum in R&D spending to drive standardization and commercialization of 5G technology
- Voice over LTE (VoLTE) subscriptions will surpass 700 Million by 2020

Topics Covered:
The report covers the following topics:
- Up-to-date coverage of market dynamics allowing wireless network infrastructure vendors to analyze the opportunities and challenges of selling to wireless carriers in different regional markets
- Analysis of demand and supply of wireless infrastructure and the strategies of the key vendors. Research includes quantitative and qualitative market assessments as well as the forecasts of market trends, technology requirements and deployment strategies
- Market analysis and forecasts for 9 individual submarkets and their subcategories: macrocell Radio Access Network (RAN), mobile core, macrocell backhaul, Remote Radio Heads (RRH), Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS), small cell RAN, cloud RAN, small cell backhaul and carrier WiFi
- Exclusive interview transcripts from 2 of the largest wireless network infrastructure vendors; Ericsson and NSN
- Mobile network CapEx commitments per region
- Mobile network subscriptions, traffic projections and service revenue by technology and region
- An assessment of 5G technology, initiatives and R&D commitments

Historical Revenue & Forecast Segmentation:
Market forecasts and historical revenue/unit shipment figures are provided for each of the following submarkets and their subcategories:
- Submarkets
- Macrocell RAN
- Small Cell RAN
- Remote Radio Heads (RRH)
- Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS)
- Cloud RAN
- Carrier WiFi
- Mobile Core
- Macrocell Backhaul
- Small Cell Backhaul

The following regional and technology markets are also covered:
- Regional Markets
- Asia Pacific
- Eastern Europe
- Latin & Central America
- Middle East & Africa
- North America
- Western Europe
- Technology Markets
- GSM
- CDMA/CDMA2000/EV-DO
- W-CDMA/HSPA
- LTE FDD
- TD-LTE
- WiMAX
- WiFi

Key Questions Answered:
The report provides answers to the following key questions:
- What are the key market drivers and challenges for SDN, NFV and the wider network virtualization ecosystem?
- How is the 2G, 3G & 4G wireless infrastructure market evolving by segment and region? What will the market size be in 2020 and at what rate will it grow?
- What trends, challenges and barriers are influencing its growth?
- How will the market shape for small cell infrastructure and other HetNet deployments such as DAS and cloud RAN?
- How will WiFi fit into future mobile network architectures for access and offload?
- Who are the key vendors in the market, what is their market share and what are their strategies?
- What strategies should be adopted by wireless carriers and infrastructure vendors to remain a dominant market force?
- Which 2G, 3G & 4G technology constitutes the highest amount of spending and how will this evolve overtime?
- How will LTE deployments proceed, and how long will GSM, HSPA and CDMA technologies co-exist with LTE?
- When will WiMAX infrastructure spending diminish?
- What is the global and regional outlook for each individual sub-market including macrocell RAN, small cells, RRH, DAS, cloud RAN, carrier WiFi, mobile core, macrocell backhaul and small cell backhaul?
- What is the opportunity for the mobile backhaul market, and what new backhaul solutions are evolving?
- Do emerging virtualization technologies such as Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) pose a threat to traditional wireless infrastructure vendors?
- How much will vendors and operators invest in 5G R&D?
- How low is the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of a HetNet deployment in comparison to a homogeneous macrocell only RAN network?

List of Companies Mentioned:
The following companies and organizations have been reviewed, discussed or mentioned in the report:
- “R” (Spain)
- 21 Vianet Group
- 2K Telecom
- 3 Austria
- 3 Denmark
- 3 HK
- 3 Ireland
- 3 Italia
- 3 Sweden
- 365 Media
- 3Roam
- 4ipnet
- 6WIND
- A1 Telekom
- Aalborg University
- Aalto-University
- Ablaze
- Accedian
- Accelleran
- Actelis
- Actix
- Adams NetWorks
- ADLINK
- ADTRAN
- ADVA
- Advantech
- Aero2
- Aerohive
- Aeronet
- Aircel
- Aircell
- Aircom International
- AirHop Communications
- Airspan
- Airtel Nigeria
- Airvana
- AIS/DPC Thailand
- Al Madar
- Alaska Communications
- Albis Technologies
- Alcatel-Lucent
- Alfa
- Algar Telecom (CTBC)
- Algerie Telecom
- Alpha Networks
- Altel
- Altera
- Alvarion
- Andorra Telecom
- Andrew/CommScope
- Anite
- Antares Group
- Antel
- Anvaya Networks
- Aptilo
- Aqiva Wireless
- Aquafon
- Argela
- Aricent
- Armentel
- Aruba
- Aruba Networks
- Asiaspace
- Askey
- ASOCS
- Astellia
- AT&T Mobility
- Athena Wireless Communications
- Atrica
- Avanti
- Avea
- Aviat Networks
- Axerra Networks
- Axis Teknologies
- Azercell
- Azerfon
- b-lite
- Babilon Mobile
- Bakcell
- Bakrie Telecom
- Batelco
- Bayan Telecommunications
- BayRICS
- Beeline
- Beeline Lao
- BelAir
- BelCel
- Belgacom / Proximus
- Bell Mobility
- BendBroadband
- BeST (Life)
- BH Telecom
- Bharti Airtel
- Bhutan Telecom
- Big Switch Networks
- BigAir
- BLiNQ Networks
- Bluegrass Cellular
- Blueline
- BluWan
- BMW
- Bollore Telecom
- Bouygues Telecom
- Brazil Army
- Brazil Sao Paulo Military Police
- BridgeWave Communications
- Broadcom
- Brocade
- Browan
- BSNL
- BT
- BTC
- BTI Systems
- BTI Wireless
- BTL
- BUCD
- Bulgaria Vivacom
- C Spire Wireless
- C&S
- Cable and Wireless
- Cambium Networks
- Cambridge Broadband Networks (CBNL)
- Canoga Perkins
- Carolina West Wireless
- Carrier Access Corporation
- Cavium
- CBL Bahamas
- CCS
- Ceclcom Axiata
- CeedTec
- Celcite
- Cell C
- Cellcom
- CellO (Optiway and Cellvine)
- Celtro
- CenturyLink
- Ceragon
- Ceragon
- Chalmers University of Technology
- Chariton Valley Comms
- Charles Industries
- Chat Mobility
- China Mobile
- China Mobile Hong Kong
- China Telecom
- China Unicom
- CHT
- Cielo
- Ciena
- Cisco
- City of Charlotte Council
- Claro
- Clear Mobitel
- CNT
- Cobham/Axell Wireless
- Coherent Logix
- Colorado Valley
- Comba
- Comba Telecom
- Commnet Wireless
- Communication Components Inc. (CCI)
- Contela
- ConteXtream
- Convergence Technologies
- Copper Valley Telecom
- Corning/MobileAccess
- Cosmote
- COTA Murcia4G
- Cross Telephone
- Crown Castle
- CSI
- CSL Limited
- Custer Telephone
- Cyan
- Datame
- Datang Mobile
- DBD
- Dedicado
- DeltaNode
- Deutsche Telekom
- Dhiraagu
- Dialog Axiata LTE TDD later FDD
- Dialogic
- DiGi
- Digicel
- Digicel Fiji
- Digitel
- Digitel Jamaica
- Dish Network
- D-Link
- DNA
- DOCOMO Euro-Labs
- DoCoMo Pacific
- DragonWave
- DTAC – TriNet
- Du
- E Plus
- eAccess
- Eastlink
- E-Band Communications
- ECI Telecom
- Econet Wireless
- Eden Rock Communications
- Edgewater
- EE
- EION
- Elisa
- EMT
- Emtel
- EnergyAustralia Ausgrid
- EnGenius
- Entel Movil
- Entel PCS
- Entel Peru
- Enterasys
- ERA/T-Mobile Poland
- Ericsson
- ETC
- Etex Telephone Co-op
- EtherReach
- Ethertronics
- Ethio Telecom
- Ethos
- Etisalat
- Etisalat Misr
- Evolve Broadband
- Exalt
- ExteNet Systems
- Extreme Networks
- FarEasTone
- FastBack Networks
- Fastlink (Regional Telecom)
- Femtel
- FibroLAN
- Firetide
- Fitel
- Fjarskipti (Vodafone Iceland)
- Fortinet
- FPT Telecom
- Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft
- Freescale Semiconductor
- Fujitsu
- Gemtek
- Genband
- Georgia Magticom
- Glo Mobile
- Globacom
- Global Mobile
- Global Wireless Technologies (GWT)
- Globe
- GoNet Systems
- Goodman Networks
- Gore
- GrenTech
- Guineanet
- Handlink
- Hatteras
- Hitachi
- HP
- Huahuan
- Huawei
- Hutchison 3
- IBW International
- ICE
- iConnect
- IDC Moldova
- iDirect
- IM2
- Imagine Group
- Infovista (Mentum)
- InnerWireless (Acquired by Black Box)
- Institut Mines-Télécom
- Intel
- InterDigital
- Intracom
- Intucell Systems (Acquired by Cisco)
- Inwi
- Iowa Statewide Interoperable Communications Board (ISICSB)
- ip.access
- IPITEK
- Islandcom
- IT&E Guam
- JDSU (Arieso)
- Juni
- Juniper
- Juniper Networks
- Kcell
- KDDI
- Kentrox
- Kordia
- KPN
- KPN Base
- KPU (Alaska)
- KT
- KT Corp Rwanda
- KTH - Royal Institute of Technology
- Lanka Bell
- Lantiq
- Lattelecom
- Leap Wireless/Cricket
- LG U+
- LightPoint Communications
- Lightsquared
- LIME
- Linkem
- LMT
- LSI
- LTC
- M1
- Manx Telecom
- Mascom Wireless
- Massnet
- MAX Telecom
- Maxim Integrated
- Maxis
- MaxyTel
- Megafon
- Menatelecom
- Meru Networks
- Mesaplexx
- Meteor
- Microwave Networks
- Mid-Rivers Communications
- Milmex
- mimoOn
- Mindspeed Technologies
- Ministry of Industry, Development and Reform Commission - China
- Ministry of Science - China
- Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning (MSIP) - Korea
- MiSpot
- Mobile Norway/Tele2
- Mobily
- Mobinil
- Mobistar
- Mobitel
- Moldcell
- Monaco Telecom
- Mongolia Telecom
- Mosaic Telecom
- Motorola Solutions
- Movicel
- Movilmax
- Movilnet
- Movistar
- MRV Communications
- MTA
- MTC
- MTC Touch
- M-Tel
- MTN
- MTN Uganda
- MTNL
- MTPCS
- MTS
- MTS Allstream
- MTS Belarus
- MTS Ukraine
- Myanmar P & T
- National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
- Nawras
- NBN Co.
- Ncell
- NEC
- Neo-Sky
- Neotel
- Nepal Telecom
- NetGear
- Netronome
- NewNet
- Nexius
- NITA
- Node-H
- NOKIA
- Nomadix
- Nomor Research
- NorthwestCell
- Nova
- NSN
- nTelos
- nTelos Wireless
- NTT DoCoMo
- Nuage Networks (Alcatel-Lucent)
- O2 Secure Wireless
- Octasic
- Oi
- Omantel
- Omnitel
- On Telecomunicacoes
- ONE
- Ooredoo
- Open Mobile
- Optimus
- Optiway
- Optus
- Orange Armenia
- Orange Austria
- Orange Dominicana
- Orange France
- Orange Liechtenstein
- Orange Luxembourg
- Orange Mauritius
- Orange Moldova
- Orange Romania
- Orange Slovak Republic
- Orange Spain
- Orange Switzerland
- Orange Uganda
- Orckit Corrigent
- Osnova Telecom
- Overture
- P&T
- P1 Networks
- P4 (Play)
- Pandetel
- Panhandle Telephone Co-op
- PCCW
- Peoples Telephone Co-op
- Personal
- Pioneer Cellular
- Plexxi
- Polkomtel Plus
- Positron-Aktino
- Powerwave Technologies
- Poznan University of Technology
- Proxim
- PTK Centertel (Orange)
- Public Service Wireless
- Public Wireless
- PureWave Networks
- PVT
- Qualcomm
- QuCell
- Quortus
- RAD Data Systems
- Radisys
- RADWIN
- Rakon
- RCS & RDS
- Redline Communications
- REDtone
- Reliance
- Reverb Networks
- RF Window
- RFNet
- RFS (Radio Frequency Systems)
- Rogers Wireless
- Rostelecom
- Ro-Timak Technology
- Ruckus Wireless
- RusViet Telecom
- RWTH Aachen
- S and R Communications
- S&T Telephone Cooperative
- Safaricom
- Sagebrush Cellular (Nemont)
- Sagem
- Sagemcom
- SAI
- SAI Technology
- Saima Telecom
- Samsung
- Sasktel
- Sazz
- Sercom
- SerComm
- SFR
- SGRITA
- Shentel
- Shyam
- Shyam Networks
- Si.mobil
- SIAE Microelectronics
- Siemens
- Siklu
- Siminn
- SingTel
- SK Telecom
- SK Telesys
- Sky Brazil
- Smart Communications
- Smartone
- SMARTS
- Smile
- Smoltelecom
- Softbank
- Softbank Mobile
- SOLiD Technologies
- Spectranet
- SpeedConnect
- SpiderCloud Wireless
- Sprint
- Sprint Nextel
- Sprocket Wireless
- SRT Communications
- SSTL
- Star Microwave
- Starcomms
- StarHub
- STC
- Stoke
- Strata Networks
- Strix Systems
- Sub10 Systems
- Sunrise Communications
- Surfline Communications
- SWIFT Networks
- Swisscom
- Sycamore
- Syringa Wireless
- T Mobile
- Tango
- Tango Networks
- Taqua
- Tarana Wireless
- Tata Elxsi
- TDC
- TE Connectivity (Tyco Electronics Connectivity)
- Tecom
- TEKTELIC
- Telcel
- Telco Systems
- Tele2
- Tele2 Kazakhstan
- Tele2 Sweden
- Telecom Italia Mobile (TIM)
- Telecom Malaysia
- Telecom New Zealand
- Telefonica Movistar
- Telefonica O2
- Telefonica O2 Ireland
- Telefonica O2 UK
- Telefonica Peru
- Telefonica Spain
- Telekom Srpske
- Telenet Belgium
- Telenor Denmark
- Telenor Hungary
- Telenor Montenegro
- Telenor Norway
- Telenor Sweden
- Telesis
- TeliaSonera
- TeliaSonera Norway
- TeliaSonera Sweden
- Telkom Mobile (8ta)
- Telkomsel Indonesia
- Tellabs
- Telrad
- Telstra
- Telus
- Texas Energy Network
- Texas Instruments
- TFL
- Thomson
- T-Hrvatski Telekom
- Thumb Cellular
- Tigo
- Tikona
- TIM Brasil
- TMC
- TMN (Portugal Telecom)
- T-Mobile Czech Republic
- T-Mobile Hungary
- T-Mobile Macedonia
- T-Mobile Netherlands
- T-Mobile Puerto Rico
- T-Mobile Slovensko
- T-Mobile USA
- TN Mobile
- TOT Thailand
- TPG Internet
- TP-Link
- TRaC Global
- Trango Systems
- Transmode
- Tranzeo
- Triatel
- Tricom
- Tropos
- True Move
- TSKL
- TTK
- Tunisiana
- Turkcell
- U Mobile
- UbeeAirWalk
- Ubidyne GmBH
- Ubiquisys
- Ubiquiti Networks
- u-blox
- UCell
- UK Broadband
- Ulusnet
- Umniah
- Une-EPM
- United Nations
- United Wireless
- Unitel
- Universitaet Bremen
- Universitat Politècnica de València
- University of Kaiserslautern
- University of Oulu
- US Cellular
- UTStarcom (Star Solutions)
- Vainakh Telecom
- VDC (VNPT)
- Velatel
- Velatel-Aerostrong
- Verizon Wireless
- Videocon
- Videotron
- Viettel
- Vimpelcom
- VIP mobile
- VIPNet
- Visafone Communications
- Viva
- Vivacell-MTS
- Vivato
- Vivo
- VMWare
- Vodacom
- Vodacom Tanzania
- Vodafone
- Vodafone Australia
- Vodafone Czech Republic
- Vodafone Egypt
- Vodafone Fiji
- Vodafone Greece
- Vodafone Ireland
- Vodafone Italy
- Vodafone New Zealand
- Vodafone Portugal
- Vodafone Qatar
- Vodafone Romania
- Vodafone Spain
- Vodafone UK
- Vox
- VTel Wireless
- Vubiq
- Wataniya
- Wataniya Telecom
- WBS (iBurst)
- West Central Wireless
- Wi-Ex
- Wi-Fi Alliance
- Wilson Electronics
- Wind
- Wind Mobile
- Wireless Broadband Alliance
- Wistron NeWeb Corp (WNC)
- Woosh
- Xilinx
- XL Axiata
- Xplornet
- Yoigo
- Yota
- YTL Communications Yes
- Zain
- Zain Jordan
- Zain Saudi
- Zamtel
- Zhone
- Ziggo
- Zinwave
- Zoda Fones
- ZTE