In Wireless Backhaul via Satellite, 7th Edition NSR analyzes the upcoming
programs and game changing elements in the wireless backhaul via satellite
market and offers new perspective for market players looking for the inside
NSR's 7th generation of WBvS assesses both 3G and 4G prospects and HTS and
MEO-HTS propositions from a qualitative and quantitative perspective, giving
readers a complete analytical tool to help track the development and advances
of this evolving market
Specific satellite earth station equipment forecasts and picocells for
wireless technology solutions are provided per region, both on Fixed Land
Towers and Mobility Platforms. The evolution or move towards higher data
traffic on IP is quantified as well.
Wireless Backhaul via Satellite, 7th Edition answers the fundamental questions
about wireless backhaul satcom services:
- Which technology offering or satellite program is the most compelling
today? Which over the long term? Why?
- Which program or offering wins and which loses?
- Can satellites play in the 3G/4G market? If so, what solution(s) are the
- Where are SCPC and TDMA headed?
- What is the overall effect of HTS?
- What are the prospects of MEO-HTS?
- What is the overall effect of Wideband Ka-band?
- Who are the key players? What is their market differentiator? Is there one?
- What is the current and long term role of satellite backhaul for each
- Which regions provide the best backhaul prospects over the next 10 years?
- What is the expected take-up rate per wireless offering, and what are the
implications for satellite-backhauled equipment?
- What level of satellite bandwidth demand is likely to be required in each
regional market for the provision of wireless backhaul services?
- What is the impact of wireless broadband connectivity to the satellite
- How do prices affect market take-up for satellite backhaul solutions?
JNSR's Wireless Backhaul via Satellite, 7th Edition Report
Highly Detailed Forecasts and Hundreds of Data Points
The NSR Difference
After calling the market transition from legacy systems to next-gen programs
in it's 6th edition NSR's Wireless Backhaul via Satellite, 7th Edition
investigates the shift from 2G/2.5G to 3G/4G services and serves as a reality
check on whether legacy systems as well as soon-to-be-launched programs will
succeed or experience serious challenges over the short to long term.
WBvs7 continues the NSR tradition of providing an honest assessment of market
worth by assessing and scrutinizing the value proposition of market players in
Fixed Land-based Towers and the emerging Mobility Platforms segments. Wireless
Backhaul via Satellite, 7th Edition assists the reader in navigating various
market segments, regions and platform choices for this promising but risky
NSR's WBS7 Report Data Segmentation
Primary Elements of the Report Include:
- Market Analysis
- Vendor Analysis - competitive positioning and NSR's analysis of
those best positioned to succeed
- Business Case Considerations
- Rural/Underserved Areas Bandwidth Requirements
- ARPU Levels
- Operator Considerations in provisioning 3G/4G in Rural/Underserved
- Data Traffic
- Pricing Trends and Analysis
- Transponder Demand
- Demand for HTS & MEO-HTS
- BTS Equipment by Type
- Traditional Equipment
- Next-Generation Equipment
- Macrocells & Picocells
- Market Forecasts (2012-2022)
- Platform Type
- Land-based Towers
- Mobility Platforms
- Capacity/Frequency Bandwidth Demand and Revenues
- Wideband Ka-band
- Legacy Systems Installed Base and Equipment Revenues
- Next-generation Systems Installed Base and Equipment Revenues
- Microcells, Picocells, Small Cells
Global Wireless Backhaul via Satellite Units, 2012-2022