|By Business Wire||
|May 2, 2014 12:39 PM EDT||
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/ht6rtw/global_microcell) has announced the addition of EJL Wireless Research's new report "Global Microcell BTS Market Analysis & Forecast, 2013-2018, 3rd Edition" to their offering.
Microcell shipments remain small, still waiting for volume deployments.
The global microcell base transmitting station (mBTS) market will reach USD $262 million in revenues by 2018, according to this latest report titled Global Microcell Base Station Market Analysis and Forecast, 3rd Edition, 2014-2018.
Low volume shipments continued in 2014 however push outs and delays in North America and Europe have dampened any near term hopes of significant volumes to be deployed by mobile operators, While the wireless industry continues to cite ever increasing mobile broadband data traffic growth, initial focus for mobile operators will remain on coverage strategies and not for capacity expansion within macrocells. Due to these trends, we have significantly downgraded our views, forecasts, and revenue opportunities on the outdoor microcell market. It remains a waiting game for the industry says founder and President, Earl Lum.
Some key predictions from EJL Wireless Research LLC are:
- Global Microcell BTS revenues of USD $262 million by 2018
- Insignificant Outdoor Carrier-Grade 802.11ac WiFi deployments by mobile operators
- Asia Pacific and North America will drive volumes through 2018
- China will drive demand from 2014 through 2016
Key Topics Covered:
CHAPTER 1: OVERALL MBTS MARKET POTENTIAL
1.1 mBTS vs. RRUs within a Heterogeneous Network Topology
1.2 Macrocell BTS Evolution within the Heterogeneous Network
1.3 Mono-Vendor (Iub) vs. Multi-Vendor (Iuh) Heterogeneous Networks
1.4 Carrier Grade Outdoor WiFi 802.11ac
1.5 Third Party mBTS Hosting Model
1.6 Sizable Market Opportunity Still Awaits Industry
1.7 mBTS Market Share 2013
1.8 mBTS Forecast 2014-2018
1.9 mBTS Revenue Forecast 2014-2018
1.10 Heterogeneous Macrocell vs. MBTS Network Topology
1.11 New LTE Frequency Band for mBTS: 3.5GHz
CHAPTER 2: MBTS DEPLOYMENT SCENARIOS
CHAPTER 3: GEOGRAPHICAL MARKET SHARE
Asia Pacific and North America Driving Initial mBTS Market Demand
3.1 North America
3.2 Latin America
3.3 Western Europe
3.4 Eastern Europe
3.6 The Middle East
3.7 Asia Pacific
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/ht6rtw/global_microcell
Source: EJL Wireless Research
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