|[February 04, 2013]
Research and Markets: Small Cells Provide New Opportunities in Last Mile Backhaul 2011-2017
DUBLIN --(Business Wire)--
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/492hvr/small_cells)
has announced the addition of the "Small
Cells Provide New Opportunities in Last Mile Backhaul" report
to their offering.
This report addresses the changing nature of mobile networks. What is in
the report is a comprehensive count of small cells (including
femtocells) and last mile backhaul for both small cells.
The small cell form factors forecasted include femtocells, enterprise
femtocells, indoor picocells, outdoor metropolitan picocells, and
microcells. The information provided about each form factor includes new
shipments, the retail value of each device, and the installed base - all
values expressed by airlink.
MRG estimates that are as many as eleven backhaul mediums - five
wireline technologies and six wireless technologies. Las mile mediums
include copper E1/T1 lines, Ethernet over copper, Ethernet over cable,
fiber, and fiber using CRAN or distributed antennas. For wireless
technologies, there is microwave, MM microwave, non line of site radios,
WiMAX (News - Alert), Wi-Fi and satellite.
Both small cells and macro base stations use these variations of these
mediums. Last mile backhaul for small cells and macro base stations is
presented by access points shipped, last mile CAPEX costs for mobile
operators, installed base, and total capacity.
All forecasts are for the years 2011-2017. Additionally, all forecasts
are broken out by data for North America, Eastern Europe, Western
Europe, CALA, Middle East and Africa, and Asia pacific.
Key Topics Covered:
Small Cells: Why They are Needed
Femtocells (News - Alert)
Outdoor Metropolitan Picocells
Total Small Cell Shipments
Explaining Last Mile (News - Alert) Backhaul Mediums
Backhaul Macro Base Stations
Ethernet over Cable
Copper (T1/T3; E--1/DS3)
Ethernet over Copper
Total Macro Base Station Ships for Backhaul
Explaining Backhaul For Small Cells
Cable over Ethernet
Copper (T1/T3, E1/DS3)
Ethernet over Copper
Fiber (CRAN, Distributed Antennas)
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/492hvr/small_cells
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