2G, 3G and 4G Wireless Network Infrastructure Market: 2014 – 2020 – with an Evaluation of WiFi and WiMAX

Small cell and carrier WiFi equipment alone will represent a market worth $4 Billion in 2015. Supplemented further by DAS and Cloud RAN investments, the HetNet sector is attracting considerable attention from both established vendors as well as startups which solely focus on the market.

The wireless network infrastructure market is currently in a phase of transition as mobile network operators seek to address increasing mobile traffic demands amidst global economic uncertainties. This paradigm shift is bringing new challenges and opportunities to infrastructure vendors.

In 2013, global 2G, 3G and 4G wireless infrastructure revenues stood at $52 Billion. SNS Research estimates that these revenues, from macrocell Radio Access Network (RAN) and core network investments will remain flat in 2014. However, the market is expected to decline at a CAGR of 2% over the next 6 years, eventually shrinking to $47 Billion by the end of 2020.

Although, the new wave of 4G LTE macrocell Radio Access Network (RAN) and core network investments will not be able to compensate the overall declines in 2G, 3G and WiMAX equipment sales, operators are expected to significantly increase their spending in the evolving HetNet market, which encompasses small cell, carrier WiFi, Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) and cloud RAN equipment. Small cell and carrier WiFi equipment alone will represent a market worth $4 Billion in 2015. Supplemented further by DAS and Cloud RAN investments, the HetNet sector is attracting considerable attention from both established vendors as well as startups which solely focus on the market.

Spanning over 842 pages, “The 2G, 3G and 4G Wireless Network Infrastructure Market: 2014 – 2020 – with an Evaluation of WiFi and WiMAX”report package encompasses two comprehensive reports from covering both the conventional 2G, 3G and 4G wireless network infrastructure market as well as the HetNet market:

The Wireless Network Infrastructure Bible: 2014 – 2020 – Macrocell RAN, Small Cells, RRH, DAS, Cloud RAN, Carrier WiFi, Mobile Core & Backhaul

The HetNet Bible (Small Cells and Carrier WiFi) – Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies and Forecasts: 2013 – 2020 – With an Evaluation of DAS & Cloud RAN

This  report package provides an in-depth assessment of the 2G, 3G and 4G wireless network infrastructure market and also explores the HetNet and the mobile backhaul markets. Besides analyzing the key market drivers, challenges, regional CapEx commitments and vendor strategies, the report package also presents revenue and unit shipment forecasts for the wireless network infrastructure, small cell, WiFi offload, DAS, cloud RAN and the mobile backhaul markets from 2014 to 2020 at a regional as well as a global scale. Historical figures and vendor shares are also provided for 2010 till 2013.

Topics Covered:

  • The report package covers the following topics:
  • 2G (GSM and CDMA) technology and market trends
  • 3G (W-CDMA, TD-SCDMA and CDMA-2000) technology and market trends
  • 4G (LTE, WiMAX) technology and market trends
  • Core network equipment market trends
  • Mobile backhaul equipment and market trends
  • WiFi offload, small cell, DAS, cloud RAN and HetNet technology and market trends
  • Market drivers for wireless network infrastructure investments
  • Challenges to the wireless network infrastructure ecosystem
  • Vendor profiles and strategies
  • Global and regional market analysis and forecasts
  • SWOT analysis of the wireless network infrastructure market

Key Questions Answered:

The report package provides answers to the following key questions:

  • How is the 2G, 3G & 4G infrastructure market evolving by segment and region? What will the market size be in 2017 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 such as DAS, femtocells, picocells, microcells and other “HetNet” deployments?
  • How will WiFi fit into future 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 operators and 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 coexist with LTE?
  • When will WiMAX infrastructure spending diminish?
  • What is the global and regional outlook for RAN and core network sub-markets?
  • What is the opportunity for wireless backhaul market, and what new backhaul solutions are evolving?

List of Companies Mentioned:

The following companies and organizations have been reviewed, discussed or mentioned in the report:

  • 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
  • Accel Partners
  • Accelleran
  • Accuris Networks
  • Acer
  • Acme Packet
  • Actelis
  • Actix
  • Adams NetWorks
  • Adara Venture Partners
  • ADLINK
  • ADTRAN
  • ADVA
  • Advanced RF Technologies
  • Advanced Wireless Technology Group (AWTG)
  • Advantech
  • Aepona
  • Aero2
  • Aerohive
  • Aeronet
  • Agilent Technologies
  • AICENT
  • Aircel
  • Aircell (Gogo Inflight Internet)
  • Aircom International
  • AirHop Communications
  • Airspan
  • Airtel Nigeria
  • Airvana
  • AIS/DPC Thailand
  • AJ Telecom Group
  • Al Madar
  • Alaska Communications
  • Albis Technologies
  • Albtelecom
  • Alcatel-Lucent
  • Alfa
  • Algar Telecom (CTBC)
  • Algerie Telecom
  • Alpha Networks
  • Altel
  • Altera
  • Altobridge
  • Alvarion
  • AlwaysOn
  • Amadeus Capital Partners
  • Amdocs
  • American Tower Corporation
  • Andorra Telecom
  • Andrew Corporation
  • Andrew/CommScope
  • Anite
  • Anixter
  • Anritsu
  • Antares Group
  • Antel
  • Anvaya Networks
  • Anziva Technologies
  • Aoptix
  • Applied Communication Sciences
  • Aptilo
  • Aptilo Networks
  • Aqiva Wireless
  • Aquafon
  • Argela
  • Aria
  • Aricent
  • Arieso
  • ARItel
  • Armentel
  • Arqiva
  • Aruba Networks
  • Asahi Kasei Microdevices
  • Asiaspace
  • Askey
  • Askey Computer Corporation
  • ASOCS
  • Association of Radio Industries and Businesses (ARIB) – Japan
  • Astellia
  • ASUS
  • AT&T
  • AT&T Mobility
  • Athena Wireless Communications
  • Atomico
  • Atrica
  • Augere Bangladesh
  • August Capital
  • Avanti
  • Avaya
  • Avea
  • Aviat Networks
  • Axell Wireless
  • Axerra Networks
  • Axis Teknologies
  • Azercell
  • Azerfon
  • b•lite
  • Babilon Mobile
  • Babilon-T
  • Bakcell
  • Bakrie Telecom
  • BandwidthX
  • Batelco
  • Bayan Telecommunications
  • BayRICS
  • Beeline
  • Beeline Lao
  • BelAir Networks (Ericsson)
  • BelCel
  • Belgacom
  • Belgacom / Proximus
  • Belgacom International Carrier Services (BICS)
  • Bell Mobility
  • BendBroadband
  • BeST (Life)
  • Best Western
  • BH Telecom
  • Bharti Airtel
  • Bhutan Telecom
  • Big Switch Networks
  • BigAir
  • Birdstep Technology ASA
  • BL Companies
  • Black & Veatch
  • Black Box Corporation
  • BLiNQ Networks
  • Bluegrass Cellular
  • Blueline
  • BluWan
  • BMW
  • Boingo Wireless
  • Bollore Telecom
  • Bouygues Telecom
  • Brazil Army
  • Brazil Sao Paulo Military Police
  • BridgeWave Communications
  • Broadband Forum
  • Broadcom
  • BroadHop
  • BroadSoft
  • Brocade
  • Browan
  • BSG Wireless
  • BSkyB
  • BSNL
  • BT
  • BTC
  • BTI Systems
  • BTI Wireless
  • BTL
  • BUCD
  • Bulgaria Vivacom
  • BURCO
  • Byers Engineering Company
  • C Spire Wireless
  • C&S
  • Cable & Wireless Communications
  • Cable and Wireless
  • CableLabs
  • Cablevision
  • Cambium Networks
  • Cambridge Broadband Networks (CBNL)
  • Canoga Perkins
  • Carolina West Wireless
  • Carrier Access Corporation
  • Cavium
  • CBL Bahamas
  • CCI Systems
  • CCS
  • CDMA Development Group (CDG)
  • Ceclcom Axiata
  • CeedTec
  • Celcite
  • Cell C South Africa
  • Cellcom Israel Ltd
  • CellO (Optiway and Cellvine)
  • Cellular Asset Management
  • Cellular One of East Central Illinois
  • Cellular Specialties Inc. (Now CSI Solutions Group of Goodman Networks)
  • Cellvine
  • Celtro
  • CenturyLink
  • Ceragon
  • Chalmers University of Technology
  • Chariton Valley Comms
  • Charles Industries
  • Charles River Ventures
  • Chat Mobility
  • China Communications Standards Association (CCSA) – China
  • China Mobile
  • China Mobile Hong Kong
  • China Netcom
  • China Telecom (China Telecommunications Corporation)
  • China Unicom (China United Network Communications Group Company Limited)
  • CHT
  • Chunghwa Telecom
  • Cielo
  • Ciena
  • Cincintaci Bell
  • Cisco
  • City of Charlotte Council
  • Claro
  • Clear Mobitel
  • ClearSky
  • Clearwire
  • Cloudberry Mobile
  • CM Capital
  • CNS
  • CNT
  • Cobham/Axell Wireless
  • Coherent Logix
  • Colorado Valley
  • Colt Telecom
  • Comba
  • Comcast
  • Commnet Wireless
  • CommScope
  • Communication Components Inc. (CCI)
  • Conexant
  • Connectivity Wireless
  • Contela
  • ConteXtream
  • Continuous Computing
  • Convergence Technologies
  • Copper Valley Telecom
  • Coral Group
  • Corning/MobileAccess
  • Cosmote
  • COTA Murcia4G
  • Cox Communications
  • Craig Wireless
  • Cross Telephone
  • Crown Castle
  • CS Corporation
  • CSI
  • CSL Limited
  • CTIA
  • Cuddy & Feder, LLP
  • Custer Telephone
  • Cyan
  • Dali Wireless
  • Dapu Telecom
  • DAS Advisers
  • Datame
  • Datang Mobile
  • Datang Telecom
  • Davis Wright Tremaine, LLP
  • DBD
  • Dedicado
  • Delta Partners
  • DeltaNode
  • DesignArt Networks
  • Deutsche Telekom
  • Devicescape Software
  • Dhiraagu
  • Dialog Axiata LTE TDD later FDD
  • Dialogic
  • DiGi
  • Digicel
  • Digicel Fiji
  • Digitel
  • Digitel Jamaica
  • Dish Network
  • D-Link
  • D-Link Corporation
  • DNA
  • DOCOMO Euro-Labs
  • DoCoMo interTouch (USA) Inc.
  • DoCoMo Pacific
  • DragonWave
  • Draka — Prysmian Group
  • DTAC – TriNet
  • Du
  • E Plus
  • eAccess
  • Eastlink
  • E-Band Communications
  • ECI Telecom
  • Econet Wireless
  • Eden Rock Communications
  • Edgewater
  • Edgewater Wireless
  • EDX Wireless
  • EE (Everything Everywhere)
  • EION
  • Eircom
  • Elisa
  • EMT
  • Emtel
  • EnergyAustralia Ausgrid
  • EnGenius
  • Entel Movil
  • Entel PCS
  • Entel Peru
  • Enterasys
  • Enterprise Partners
  • ERA/T-Mobile Poland
  • Ericsson
  • Ericsson-LG
  • Errigal
  • ETC
  • Etex Telephone Co-op
  • EtherReach
  • Ethertronics
  • Ethio Telecom
  • Ethos
  • Etisalat
  • Etisalat Misr
  • ETRI
  • Evolve Broadband
  • Exalt
  • EXFO
  • ExteNet Systems
  • Extreme Networks
  • Eye-Fi
  • FarEasTone
  • FastBack Networks
  • Fastlink (Regional Telecom)
  • Femtel
  • FibroLAN
  • Firetide
  • Fitel
  • Fjarskipti (Vodafone Iceland)
  • Flash Wireless
  • FON Wireless
  • Fortinet
  • Foundation Capital
  • FPT Telecom
  • Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft
  • Free Mobile
  • Freescale Semiconductor
  • Front Porch
  • Fujitsu
  • Fujitsu Siemens
  • Fullerton Engineering Consultants Inc.
  • Galtronics
  • Gemtek
  • Genband
  • General Communication Inc. (GCI)
  • Georgia Magticom
  • Glo Mobile
  • Globacom
  • Global Mobile
  • Global Telecom Holding (formerly Orascom)
  • Global Tower Partners
  • Global Wireless Technologies (GWT)
  • Globe
  • GoNet Systems
  • Goodman Networks
  • Google
  • Gore (W. L. Gore & Associates)
  • GoS Networks
  • Granite Ventures
  • Green Mountain Communications Inc.
  • Green Packet
  • GrenTech
  • GSMA
  • Guineanet
  • Handlink
  • Hatteras
  • Hay Systems Limited (HSL)
  • Haymaker Technologies
  • HFR Inc.
  • Hilton
  • Hitachi
  • Hitachi Cable Networks
  • Hitachi Communication Technologies America (Hitachi CTA)
  • Honeywell
  • HP
  • HTC
  • Huahuan
  • Huawei
  • Huber and Suhner (H+S)
  • Hutchison 3
  • Hutchison Global Communications
  • Hypower Inc.
  • iBWave
  • ICE
  • iConnect
  • IDC Moldova
  • iDirect
  • IM2
  • Imagine Group
  • Immix Wireless
  • Index Ventures
  • Indosat
  • Infovista (Mentum)
  • InnerWireless (Acquired by Black Box)
  • INOC
  • InPhase Wireless
  • InSite Wireless, LLC
  • Institut Mines-Télécom
  • Intel Corporation
  • Intercontinental Hotel Group
  • InterDigital
  • Intracom
  • Intucell Systems (Acquired by Cisco)
  • Inwi
  • Iowa Statewide Interoperable Communications Board (ISICSB)
  • access
  • iPass
  • IPITEK
  • ISCO International
  • Islandcom
  • Isotrope
  • IT&E Guam
  • Iusacell
  • Jafco Ventures
  • JDSU
  • JDSU (Arieso)
  • Jersey Telecom
  • Juni
  • Juni Global
  • Juniper
  • Kcell
  • KDDI
  • Kentrox
  • KGP Logistics
  • Kineto Wireless
  • Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers
  • Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co
  • Kordia
  • Korea Telecom (KT)
  • KPN
  • KPN Base
  • KPU (Alaska)
  • KT
  • KT Corp Rwanda
  • KTH – Royal Institute of Technology
  • Lanka Bell
  • Lantiq
  • Lattelecom
  • Leap Wireless/Cricket
  • LG Electronics
  • LG Uplus
  • LightPoint Communications
  • Lightsquared
  • LIME
  • Linkem
  • lliad group
  • LMT
  • Lord & Company Technologies
  • LSI
  • LTC
  • M1
  • Madison Dearborn Partners
  • Manx Telecom
  • Marriott International
  • Mascom Wireless
  • Massnet
  • Matrix Partners
  • Maverick Corporation
  • MAX Telecom
  • Maxim Integrated
  • Maxis
  • Maxis (Malaysia)
  • MaxyTel
  • Megafon
  • Menatelecom
  • Mentum
  • Meru Networks
  • Mesaplexx
  • Meteor
  • metroPCS
  • Microlab — A Division of Wireless Telecom Group
  • Microsoft
  • Microwave Networks
  • Mid-Rivers Communications
  • MIKOM
  • Milmex
  • mimoOn
  • Mindspeed Technologies
  • Minieum Networks
  • 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
  • Mobile TeleSystems OJSC (MTS)
  • MobileAccess
  • Mobily
  • Mobinil
  • Mobistar
  • Mobitel
  • Moldcell
  • Moldtelecom
  • Monaco Telecom
  • Mongolia Telecom
  • Mosaic Telecom
  • Motorola Mobility
  • Motorola Solutions
  • Movicel
  • Movilmax
  • Movilnet
  • Movilnet Venezuela
  • Movistar
  • MRV Communications
  • MTA
  • MTC
  • MTC Touch
  • M-Tel
  • MTN
  • MTN Uganda
  • MTNL
  • MTPCS
  • MTS
  • MTS Allstream
  • MTS Belarus
  • MTS Ukraine
  • Myanmar P & T
  • Nash Technologies
  • National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
  • Nawras
  • NBN Co.
  • Ncell
  • NEC
  • Neo-Sky
  • Neotel
  • Nepal Telecom
  • NetGear
  • Netgem
  • Netia Poland
  • Netronome
  • Network Norway
  • NewNet
  • NewPath Networks
  • Nexius
  • NextG Networks
  • NextGenTel
  • Nextivity
  • NextWave Wireless
  • NITA
  • Node-H
  • NOKIA
  • Nomadix
  • Nomor Research
  • Nortel
  • NorthwestCell
  • Nova
  • Nsight
  • NSN
  • nTelos
  • nTelos Wireless
  • NTT Broadband Platform
  • NTT Communications
  • NTT DoCoMo
  • NTT-ME
  • Nuage Networks (Alcatel-Lucent)
  • O2 (Telefónica UK Limited)
  • O2 Secure Wireless
  • Octasic
  • Oi
  • Oi Brasil
  • Omantel
  • Omnitel
  • On Telecomunicacoes
  • ONE
  • Ooredoo
  • Open Mobile
  • Open Mobile Alliance (OMA)
  • Opticon
  • Optimus
  • Optimus Portugal
  • Option N.V.
  • Optiway
  • Optus
  • Opus Capital
  • Oracle
  • Orange (France Telecom)
  • Orange Armenia
  • Orange Austria
  • Orange Dominicana
  • Orange France
  • Orange Israel
  • 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
  • Pennington Law Firm
  • Peoples Telephone Co-op
  • Percello
  • Personal
  • Phillips Lytle, LLP
  • picoChip
  • Pioneer Cellular
  • Pletronics
  • Plexxi
  • Polkomtel Plus
  • Portugal Telecom
  • Positron-Aktino
  • Powerwave Technologies
  • Poznan University of Technology
  • Proxim
  • Psion
  • PT Telkom
  • PTK Centertel (Orange)
  • PTS
  • Public Mobile
  • Public Service Wireless
  • Public Wireless
  • PureWave Networks
  • PVT
  • Quadriga Worldwide
  • Qualcomm
  • Qualcomm Atheros
  • Qualcomm Technologies
  • QuCell
  • Quortus
  • R (Spain)
  • RAD Data Systems
  • Radisys
  • RADWIN
  • Rakon
  • RCS & RDS
  • es
  • Redline Communications
  • REDtone
  • Reliance
  • Reliance Telecom
  • Republic Wireless
  • Retis
  • Reverb Networks
  • RF Connect
  • RF Window
  • RFNet
  • RFS (Radio Frequency Systems)
  • RIM
  • Rogers Wireless
  • Rostelecom
  • Ro-Timak Technology
  • R-TRON
  • Ruckus Wireless
  • RusViet Telecom
  • RWTH Aachen
  • S and R Communications
  • S&T Telephone Cooperative
  • Safaricom
  • Sagebrush Cellular (Nemont)
  • Sagem
  • Sagemcom
  • SAI Technology
  • Saima Telecom
  • Samsung
  • Samsung Electronics
  • Samsung Ventures Europe
  • Sasktel
  • Sazz
  • SBA Communications
  • Sequoia Capital
  • Sercom
  • SerComm
  • SFR
  • SGRITA
  • Sharp
  • Shasta Ventures
  • Shaw Communications
  • Shentel
  • Shyam
  • mobil
  • SIAE Microelectronics
  • Siemens
  • Siklu
  • Siminn
  • SingTel
  • Sistel Networks
  • SK Telecom
  • SK Telesys
  • Sky Brazil
  • Skype
  • Small Cell Forum
  • Smart Communications Inc (PLTD Philippines)
  • Smartone
  • SMARTS
  • Smile
  • Smith Micro Software
  • Smoltelecom
  • SoftBank
  • SoftBank Mobile
  • SOLiD Technologies
  • Southern Cross Venture Partners
  • Spectranet
  • SpeedConnect
  • SpiderCloud
  • Sprint
  • Sprocket Wireless
  • SRT Communications
  • SSTL
  • Star Microwave
  • Starcomms
  • StarHub
  • Starwood
  • STC
  • Stoke
  • Strata Networks
  • Strix Systems
  • Sub10 Systems
  • Sunrise Communications
  • Sunwave Communications
  • Surfline Communications
  • SWIFT Networks
  • Swisscom
  • Sycamore
  • Sym Technology
  • Symmetricom
  • Syniverse Technologies
  • Syringa Wireless
  • Sysnet Integrators
  • Taiwan Mobile
  • Talley
  • Tango
  • Tango Networks
  • Taqua
  • Tarana Wireless
  • Tata Elxsi
  • Tata Teleservices
  • TDC
  • TE Connectivity (Tyco Electronics Connectivity)
  • Technology Committee (TTC) – Japan
  • Tecom
  • Tekelec
  • TEKTELIC
  • Telcel
  • Telco Systems
  • Tele2
  • Tele2 Kazakhstan
  • Tele2 Sweden
  • Telecom Italia Mobile (TIM)
  • Telecom Malaysia
  • Telecom New Zealand
  • Telecommunications Association (TTA) – Korea
  • Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) – USA
  • Telefónica
  • Telefónica Moviles
  • Telefonica Movistar
  • Telefonica O2 Ireland
  • Telefonica O2 UK
  • Telefonica Peru
  • Telefonica Spain
  • Telekom Srpske
  • Telenet Belgium
  • Telenor
  • 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
  • Telus Mobility
  • Tempest Telecom
  • TESSCO
  • Texas Christian University
  • Texas Energy Network
  • Texas Instruments
  • TFL
  • The Canadian Pension Plan Investment Board.
  • The Cloud
  • The Family Office
  • Thomson
  • Three UK
  • T-Hrvatski Telekom
  • Thumb Cellular
  • Tigo
  • Tikona
  • TIM Brasil
  • Time Warner Cable
  • TMC
  • TMN (Portugal Telecom)
  • T-Mobile
  • T-Mobile Austria
  • T-Mobile Czech Republic
  • T-Mobile Hungary
  • T-Mobile Macedonia
  • T-Mobile Netherlands
  • T-Mobile Puerto Rico
  • T-Mobile Slovensko
  • T-Mobile UK
  • T-Mobile USA
  • TN Mobile
  • TOT Thailand
  • Towerstream Corporation
  • TPG Internet
  • TP-Link
  • TRaC Global
  • Trango Systems
  • Transit Wireless
  • Transmode
  • Tranzeo
  • Triatel
  • Tricom
  • Tropos
  • True Move
  • TSKL
  • TTK
  • Tunisiana
  • Turkcell
  • TVM Capital GmbH
  • Tyco Electronics Connectivity
  • U Mobile
  • S. Cellular
  • Ubee Interactive
  • Ubee-AirWalk
  • Ubidyne GmBH
  • Ubiquisys
  • Ubiquiti Networks
  • u-blox
  • UCell
  • UK Broadband
  • Ulusnet
  • Umniah
  • Une-EPM
  • Union Wireless
  • United Nations
  • United Wireless
  • Unitel
  • Universitaet Bremen
  • Universitat Politècnica de València
  • University of Kaiserslautern
  • University of Oulu
  • University of Western Ontario (Western University Canada)
  • Uniwill
  • US Cellular
  • UTStarcom (Star Solutions)
  • Vainakh Telecom
  • VDC (VNPT)
  • Velatel
  • Velatel-Aerostrong
  • Verizon Wireless
  • Videocon
  • Videotron
  • Viettel
  • Vimpelcom
  • Vimpelcom (Russia)
  • VIP mobile
  • VIPNet
  • Virgin Media
  • Visafone Communications
  • Viva
  • Vivacell-MTS
  • Vivato
  • Vivo
  • VMWare
  • Vodacom
  • Vodacom Tanzania
  • Vodafone
  • Vodafone Australia
  • Vodafone Canada
  • Vodafone Czech Republic
  • Vodafone Egypt
  • Vodafone Fiji
  • Vodafone Germany
  • Vodafone Greece
  • Vodafone Hungary
  • Vodafone Ireland
  • Vodafone Italy
  • Vodafone Netherlands
  • Vodafone New Zealand
  • Vodafone Portugal
  • Vodafone Qatar
  • Vodafone Romania
  • Vodafone Spain
  • Vodafone UK
  • Vox
  • VTel Wireless
  • Vubiq
  • Wataniya Telecom
  • WBS (iBurst)
  • WeFi
  • West Central Wireless
  • Wes-Tec
  • Westell Technologies
  • Wi-Ex
  • Wi-Fi Alliance
  • Wilson Electronics
  • WiMAX Forum
  • Wind
  • Wind Mobile
  • Wintegra
  • Wireless Broadband Alliance
  • Wireless Infrastructure Association (PCIA)
  • Wistron NeWeb Corp (WNC)
  • Woosh
  • Xilinx
  • XL Axiata
  • Xplornet
  • Yoigo
  • Yota
  • Yota (Russia)
  • YTL Communications Yes
  • Zain
  • Zain Bahrain
  • Zain Jordan
  • Zain Kuwait
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The 2G, 3G and 4G Wireless Network Infrastructure Market: 2014 – 2020 – with an Evaluation of WiFi and WiMAX

Report 1: The Wireless Network Infrastructure Bible: 2014 – 2020 – Macrocell RAN, Small Cells, RRH, DAS, C-RAN, Carrier WiFi, Mobile Core & Backhaul

1 Chapter 1.1: Introduction
1,1 Executive Summary
1,2 Topics Covered
1,3 Historical Revenue & Forecast Segmentation
1,4 Key Questions Answered
1,5 Key Findings
1,6 Methodology
1,7 Target Audience
1,8 Companies & Organizations Mentioned

2 Chapter 1.2: An Overview of Wireless Network Infrastructure
2,1 What is the Wireless Network Infrastructure Market?
2,2 2G: GSM & CDMA
2.2.1 2G Trends & Developments
2.2.2 2G Market Summary
2,3 3G: W-CDMA, TD-SCDMA & CDMA2000
2.3.1 3G Trends & Developments
2.3.2 3G Market Summary
2,4 4G: LTE, LTE-A & WiMAX
2.4.1 4G Trends & Developments
2.4.2 4G Market Summary
2,5 Macrocell RAN Market for 2G/3G/4G
2.5.1 Macrocell RAN Trends & Developments
2,6 HetNet RAN Market for 2G/3G/4G
2.6.1 HetNet RAN Trends & Developments
2.6.2 Small Cells
2.6.3 DAS (Distributed Antenna Systems)
2.6.4 C-RAN (Cloud Radio Access Network)
2.6.5 Carrier WiFi
2,7 Mobile Core
2.7.1 Mobile Core Trends & Developments
2,8 Mobile Backhaul
2.8.1 Mobile Backhaul Trends & Developments

3 Chapter 1.3: Market Drivers, Barriers & Risks
3,1 Market Drivers
3.1.1 Mobile Subscriptions Growth
3.1.1.1 Asia Pacific
3.1.1.2 Eastern Europe
3.1.1.3 Latin & Central America
3.1.1.4 Middle East & Africa
3.1.1.5 North America
3.1.1.6 Western Europe
3.1.2 Smartphone & Tablet Proliferation
3.1.3 Growing Penetration of Mobile Broadband
3.1.4 Mobile Data Traffic Growth
3.1.5 Interest from Vertical Markets
3.1.6 Reducing the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
3.1.7 Replacement of TDM with Ethernet: Continued Growth in Backhaul
3.1.8 Advances in Spectrum Flexibility & Carrier Aggregation: Driving HetNet Deployments
3.1.9 Strategic Choice for CDMA & WiMAX Operators: Join Mainstream Ecosystem
3.1.10 Address 2G/3G Network Congestion
3.1.11 Bringing Broadband to the Masses
3.1.12 Trend Summary: Which Segments of the Wireless Infrastructure Market Will Witness Growth?
3,2 Barriers & Risks
3.2.1 CapEx Commitments
3.2.2 Spectrum Scarcity
3.2.3 RAN Sharing: A Concept Embraced by Operators
3.2.4 Operators Are Finding Innovative Ways to Address Capacity Issues
3.2.5 Social, Political, Economic and Environmental Threats
3.2.6 Country Specific Risks
3,3 Key Strategic Options for Operators
3,4 Business Case for Investments in New and Existing Technologies
3.4.1 Gain Operational Efficiencies Through Strategic Investments
3.4.2 Invest in Capacity for Increased Revenue Opportunities
3.4.3 Deliver Best User Experience
3.4.4 Reduce Competitive Threats
3.4.5 Reserve Network Capacity the M2M Opportunities
3.4.6 Increase Customer Satisfaction
3.4.7 Capitalize on Differentiation Strategies
3.4.8 Evolve towards the Next Generation

4 Chapter 1.4: Mobile Network CapEx Review
4,1 Global Mobile Network CapEx
4,2 Regional Split
4,3 Top 10 Operators
4.3.1 China Mobile
4.3.2 China Unicom
4.3.3 AT&T Mobility
4.3.4 Verizon Wireless
4.3.5 NTT DoCoMo
4.3.6 SoftBank
4.3.7 Sprint
4.3.8 KDDI
4.3.9 T-Mobile USA
4.3.10 SK Telecom
4,4 Asia Pacific Mobile Network CapEx
4,5 Eastern Europe Mobile Network CapEx
4,6 Latin & Central America Mobile Network CapEx
4,7 Middle East & Africa Mobile Network CapEx
4,8 North America Mobile Network CapEx
4,9 Western Europe Mobile Network CapEx

5 Chapter 1.5: Mobile Network Subscriptions & Service Revenue Review
5,1 Global Mobile Network Subscriptions
5,2 Global Mobile Network Service Revenue
5,3 Segmentation by Technology
5.3.1 Mobile Network Subscriptions by Technology
5.3.2 Mobile Network Service Revenue by Technology
5,4 GSM Subscriptions & Service Revenue
5,5 iDEN Subscriptions & Service Revenue
5,6 CDMA Subscriptions & Service Revenue
5,7 W-CDMA/HSPA Subscriptions & Service Revenue
5,8 TD-SCDMA Subscriptions & Service Revenue
5,9 FDD LTE Subscriptions & Service Revenue
5.10 TD-LTE Subscriptions & Service Revenue
5,11 WiMAX Subscriptions & Service Revenue
5,12 Regional Split
5.12.1 Mobile Network Subscriptions by Region
5.12.2 Mobile Network Service Revenue by Region
5,13 Service Split
5.13.1 Mobile Network Service Revenue by Service Type
5.13.2 Voice Service Revenue
5.13.3 SMS/MMS Service Revenue
5.13.4 Mobile Broadband Service Revenue
5,14 Asia Pacific Mobile Network Subscriptions & Service Revenue
5,15 Eastern Europe Mobile Network Subscriptions & Service Revenue
5,16 Latin & Central America Mobile Network Subscriptions & Service Revenue
5,17 Middle East & Africa Mobile Network Subscriptions & Service Revenue
5,18 North America Mobile Network Subscriptions & Service Revenue
5,19 Western Europe Mobile Network Subscriptions & Service Revenue

6 Chapter 1.6: Industry Roadmap & Value Chain
6,1 Industry Roadmap
6.1.1 Initial LTE FDD Rollouts: 2010 – 2011
6.1.2 Rise of the HetNet Ecosystem: 2012 – 2013
6.1.3 A Wave of TD-LTE Deployments: 2014 – 2016
6.1.4 Moving Towards “Software Centric” Networking: 2017 – 2019
6.1.5 Start of the 5G Era: 2020 & Beyond
6,2 Value Chain
6,3 Embedded Technology Ecosystem
6.3.1 Chipset Developers
6.3.2 Embedded Component/Software Providers
6,4 RAN Ecosystem
6.4.1 Macrocell RAN OEMs
6.4.2 ‘Pure-Play’ and Specialist Small Cell OEMs
6.4.3 WiFi Access Point OEMs
6.4.4 DAS & Repeater Solution Providers
6.4.5 C-RAN Solution Providers
6.4.6 Other Technology & Network Component Providers/Enablers
6,5 Mobile Backhaul Ecosystem
6.5.1 Backhaul Solution Providers
6,6 Mobile Core Ecosystem
6.6.1 Core Network Infrastructure & Software Providers
6,7 Connectivity Ecosystem
6.7.1 2G, 3G & 4G Wireless Carriers
6.7.2 WiFi Connectivity Providers
6.7.3 Small Cells as a Service (SCaaS) Providers
6,8 SON Ecosystem
6.8.1 SON Solution Providers
6,9 SDN & NFV Ecosystem
6.9.1 SDN & NFV Providers

7 Chapter 1.7: Expert Opinion – Interview Transcripts
7,1 Ericsson
7,2 Nokia Networks

8 Chapter 1.8: Vendor Landscape
8,1 Alcatel-Lucent
8.1.1 Portfolio
8.1.2 Strategy
8.1.3 Market Momentum
8,2 Cisco
8.2.1 Portfolio
8.2.2 Strategy
8.2.3 Market Momentum
8,3 Ericsson
8.3.1 Portfolio
8.3.2 Strategy
8.3.3 Market Momentum
8,4 Huawei
8.4.1 Portfolio
8.4.2 Strategy
8.4.3 Market Momentum
8,5 Nokia Networks
8.5.1 Portfolio
8.5.2 Strategy
8.5.3 Market Momentum
8,6 Samsung
8.6.1 Portfolio
8.6.2 Strategy
8.6.3 Market Momentum
8,7 ZTE
8.7.1 Portfolio
8.7.2 Strategy
8.7.3 Market Momentum
8,8 Vendor Outlook
8.8.1 Pricing
8.8.2 Portfolio Diversification
8,9 Vendor Ranking
8.9.1 Macrocell RAN & Mobile Core
8.9.2 Small Cell RAN
8.9.3 Carrier WiFi
8.9.4 Mobile Backhaul

9 Chapter 1.9: Global Market Analysis & Forecasts
9,1 Market Definition
9,2 Decomposing the Global Wireless Network Infrastructure Market
9,3 Macrocell RAN & Mobile Core
9.3.1 2G/3G vs. 4G Macrocell RAN & Mobile Core Revenue
9.3.2 Macrocell RAN & Mobile Core Revenue by Region
9,4 Macrocell RAN Submarket
9.4.1 Macrocell RAN Revenue
9.4.2 Macrocell RAN Base Station Shipments
9.4.3 Segmentation by Infrastructure Component
9.4.4 Segmentation by Region
9.4.5 Segmentation by Technology
9.4.6 Base Station Segmentation by Region
9.4.7 Base Station Segmentation by Technology
9.4.8 GSM Base Station Shipments & Revenue
9.4.9 CDMA2000/EV-DO Base Station Shipments & Revenue
9.4.10 TD-SCDMA Base Station Shipments & Revenue
9.4.11 W-CDMA/HSPA Base Station Shipments & Revenue
9.4.12 LTE FDD Base Station Shipments & Revenue
9.4.13 TD-LTE Base Station Shipments & Revenue
9.4.14 WiMAX Base Station Shipments & Revenue
9.4.15 Base Station Controller Segmentation by Region
9.4.16 Base Station Controller Segmentation by Technology
9.4.17 GSM Base Station Controller Revenue
9.4.18 CDMA2000 Base Station Controller Revenue
9.4.19 TD-SCDMA Base Station Controller Revenue
9.4.20 W-CDMA Base Station Controller Revenue
9,5 Mobile Core Submarket
9.5.1 Segmentation by Region
9.5.2 Segmentation by Technology
9.5.3 3G Packet Core Submarket
9.5.4 WiMAX ASN & CSN Submarket
9.5.5 EPC Submarket
9,6 Home Location Register (HLR) Submarket
9.6.1 Segmentation by Region
9,7 Mobile Switching Subsystem (MSS) Submarket
9.7.1 Segmentation by Region
9.7.2 Segmentation by Submarket
9.7.3 Mobile Switching Center
9.7.4 Mobile Soft Switch
9,8 Small Cell RAN Submarket
9.8.1 Small Cell Revenue
9.8.2 Small Cell Unit Shipments
9.8.3 Segmentation by Region
9.8.4 Segmentation by Air Interface Technology
9.8.5 GSM/W-CDMA/HSPA Small Cell Unit Shipments & Revenue
9.8.6 CDMA2000/EV-DO Small Cell Unit Shipments & Revenue
9.8.7 LTE FDD Small Cell Unit Shipments & Revenue
9.8.8 TD-LTE Small Cell Unit Shipments & Revenue
9.8.9 WiMAX Small Cell Unit Shipments & Revenue
9.8.10 Segmentation by Cell Size
9.8.11 Microcell Unit Shipments & Revenue
9.8.12 Picocell Unit Shipments & Revenue
9.8.13 Femtocell Unit Shipments & Revenue
9,9 Carrier WiFi Submarket
9.9.1 Carrier WiFi Revenue
9.9.2 Carrier WiFi Unit Shipments
9.9.3 Segmentation by Region
9.9.4 Segmentation by Equipment Type
9.9.5 Carrier WiFi Access Point Unit Shipments & Revenue
9.9.6 Carrier WiFi Access Point Controller Unit Shipments & Revenue
9.9.7 Segmentation by Integration Approach
9.9.8 Managed WiFi Offload Access Point Unit Shipments & Revenue
9.9.9 Unmanaged ‘Open Access’ WiFi Access Point Unit Shipments & Revenue
9.10 Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) Submarket
9.10.1 Segmentation by Region
9,11 Remote Radio Head (RRH) Submarket
9.11.1 Remote Radio Head (RRH) Revenue
9.11.2 Remote Radio Head (RRH) Unit Shipments
9.11.3 Segmentation by Region
9,12 Macrocell Backhaul Submarket
9.12.1 Segmentation by Region
9.12.2 Segmentation by Technology
9.12.3 ATM
9.12.4 Coaxial Cable
9.12.5 DSL
9.12.6 Ethernet over Copper
9.12.7 Ethernet over Fiber
9.12.8 Microwave Radio
9.12.9 PDH
9.12.10 PON
9.12.11 Satellite
9.12.12 SONET, SDH & WDM
9.12.13 WiMAX
9,13 Small Cell Backhaul Submarket
9.13.1 Segmentation by Region
9.13.2 Segmentation by Technology
9.13.3 Ethernet over Copper
9.13.4 Ethernet over Fiber
9.13.5 DSL
9.13.6 NLOS Microwave (Below 6 GHz)
9.13.7 PTP Microwave (6-60 GHz)
9.13.8 PTMP Microwave (6-60 GHz)
9.13.9 Millimeter Wave (unlicensed 60 GHz)
9.13.10 Millimeter Wave (licensed 71-76, 81-86 GHz)
9.13.11 Satellite

10 Chapter 1.10: Regional Market Analysis & Forecasts
10,1 Asia Pacific
10.1.1 Macrocell RAN and Mobile Core
10.1.2 Macrocell RAN
10.1.3 Macrocell RAN Base Stations
10.1.4 GSM Base Stations
10.1.5 CDMA2000/EV-DO Base Stations
10.1.6 TD-SCDMA Base Stations
10.1.7 W-CDMA/HSPA Base Stations
10.1.8 LTE FDD Base Stations
10.1.9 TD-LTE Base Stations
10.1.10 WiMAX Base Stations
10.1.11 Base Station Controller
10.1.12 GSM Base Station Controller
10.1.13 CDMA2000 Base Station Controller
10.1.14 TD-SCDMA Base Station Controller Revenue
10.1.15 W-CDMA Base Station Controller Revenue
10.1.16 Mobile Core
10.1.17 3G Packet Core
10.1.18 WiMAX ASN & CSN
10.1.19 EPC
10.1.20 Home Location Register (HLR)
10.1.21 Mobile Switching Subsystem (MSS)
10.1.22 Small Cell RAN
10.1.23 Carrier WiFi
10.1.24 Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS)
10.1.25 Remote Radio Head (RRH)
10.1.26 Macrocell Backhaul
10.1.27 Small Cell Backhaul
10,2 Eastern Europe
10.2.1 Macrocell RAN and Mobile Core
10.2.2 Macrocell RAN
10.2.3 Macrocell RAN Base Stations
10.2.4 GSM Base Stations
10.2.5 CDMA2000/EV-DO Base Stations
10.2.6 W-CDMA/HSPA Base Stations
10.2.7 LTE FDD Base Stations
10.2.8 TD-LTE Base Stations
10.2.9 WiMAX Base Stations
10.2.10 Base Station Controller
10.2.11 GSM Base Station Controller
10.2.12 CDMA2000 Base Station Controller
10.2.13 W-CDMA Base Station Controller Revenue
10.2.14 Mobile Core
10.2.15 3G Packet Core
10.2.16 WiMAX ASN & CSN
10.2.17 EPC
10.2.18 Home Location Register (HLR)
10.2.19 Mobile Switching Subsystem (MSS)
10.2.20 Small Cell RAN
10.2.21 Carrier WiFi
10.2.22 Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS)
10.2.23 Remote Radio Head (RRH)
10.2.24 Macrocell Backhaul
10.2.25 Small Cell Backhaul
10,3 Latin & Central America
10.3.1 Macrocell RAN and Mobile Core
10.3.2 Macrocell RAN
10.3.3 Macrocell RAN Base Stations
10.3.4 GSM Base Stations
10.3.5 CDMA2000/EV-DO Base Stations
10.3.6 W-CDMA/HSPA Base Stations
10.3.7 LTE FDD Base Stations
10.3.8 TD-LTE Base Stations
10.3.9 WiMAX Base Stations
10.3.10 Base Station Controller
10.3.11 GSM Base Station Controller
10.3.12 CDMA2000 Base Station Controller
10.3.13 W-CDMA Base Station Controller Revenue
10.3.14 Mobile Core
10.3.15 3G Packet Core
10.3.16 WiMAX ASN & CSN
10.3.17 EPC
10.3.18 Home Location Register (HLR)
10.3.19 Mobile Switching Subsystem (MSS)
10.3.20 Small Cell RAN
10.3.21 Carrier WiFi
10.3.22 Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS)
10.3.23 Remote Radio Head (RRH)
10.3.24 Macrocell Backhaul
10.3.25 Small Cell Backhaul
10,4 Middle East & Africa
10.4.1 Macrocell RAN and Mobile Core
10.4.2 Macrocell RAN
10.4.3 Macrocell RAN Base Stations
10.4.4 GSM Base Stations
10.4.5 CDMA2000/EV-DO Base Stations
10.4.6 W-CDMA/HSPA Base Stations
10.4.7 LTE FDD Base Stations
10.4.8 TD-LTE Base Stations
10.4.9 WiMAX Base Stations
10.4.10 Base Station Controller
10.4.11 GSM Base Station Controller
10.4.12 CDMA2000 Base Station Controller
10.4.13 W-CDMA Base Station Controller Revenue
10.4.14 Mobile Core
10.4.15 3G Packet Core
10.4.16 WiMAX ASN & CSN
10.4.17 EPC
10.4.18 Home Location Register (HLR)
10.4.19 Mobile Switching Subsystem (MSS)
10.4.20 Small Cell RAN
10.4.21 Carrier WiFi
10.4.22 Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS)
10.4.23 Remote Radio Head (RRH)
10.4.24 Macrocell Backhaul
10.4.25 Small Cell Backhaul
10,5 North America
10.5.1 Macrocell RAN and Mobile Core
10.5.2 Macrocell RAN
10.5.3 Macrocell RAN Base Stations
10.5.4 GSM Base Stations
10.5.5 CDMA2000/EV-DO Base Stations
10.5.6 W-CDMA/HSPA Base Stations
10.5.7 LTE FDD Base Stations
10.5.8 TD-LTE Base Stations
10.5.9 WiMAX Base Stations
10.5.10 Base Station Controller
10.5.11 GSM Base Station Controller
10.5.12 CDMA2000 Base Station Controller
10.5.13 W-CDMA Base Station Controller Revenue
10.5.14 Mobile Core
10.5.15 3G Packet Core
10.5.16 WiMAX ASN & CSN
10.5.17 EPC
10.5.18 Home Location Register (HLR)
10.5.19 Mobile Switching Subsystem (MSS)
10.5.20 Small Cell RAN
10.5.21 Carrier WiFi
10.5.22 Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS)
10.5.23 Remote Radio Head (RRH)
10.5.24 Macrocell Backhaul
10.5.25 Small Cell Backhaul
10,6 Western Europe
10.6.1 Macrocell RAN and Mobile Core
10.6.2 Macrocell RAN
10.6.3 Macrocell RAN Base Stations
10.6.4 GSM Base Stations
10.6.5 CDMA2000/EV-DO Base Stations
10.6.6 W-CDMA/HSPA Base Stations
10.6.7 LTE FDD Base Stations
10.6.8 TD-LTE Base Stations
10.6.9 WiMAX Base Stations
10.6.10 Base Station Controller
10.6.11 GSM Base Station Controller
10.6.12 CDMA2000 Base Station Controller
10.6.13 W-CDMA Base Station Controller Revenue
10.6.14 Mobile Core
10.6.15 3G Packet Core
10.6.16 WiMAX ASN & CSN
10.6.17 EPC
10.6.18 Home Location Register (HLR)
10.6.19 Mobile Switching Subsystem (MSS)
10.6.20 Small Cell RAN
10.6.21 Carrier WiFi
10.6.22 Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS)
10.6.23 Remote Radio Head (RRH)
10.6.24 Macrocell Backhaul
10.6.25 Small Cell Backhaul

11 Chapter 1.11: Prospects of the 5G Market
11.1 5G Standardization and Research Initiatives
11.1.1 METIS
11.1.2 5GPP
11.1.3 Korea’s 5G Forum
11.1.4 Japan’s ARIB 2020 and Beyond AdHoc
11.1.5 China’s IMT 2020
11,2 How much is being Invested in 5G R&D?
11,3 5G Requirements
11,4 Vertical Industries to Play a Key Role
11,5 SDN Capabilities Considered Inherit for 5G
11,6 Spectrum Aggregation is a Necessity
11,7 Authorized Shared Access (ASA)
11,8 Will 5G be a New Air Interface?
11,9 5G Demonstrations
11.9.1 Samsung
11.9.2 Nokia Networks
11.9.3 Huawei
11.10 Global Harmonization Prospects

12 Chapter 1.12: Conclusion & Strategic Recommendations
12,1 Enterprise RAN Deployments Gain Traction
12,2 Is Mobile Network Virtualization a Threat to the Wireless Network Infrastructure Market?
12,3 Wireless Incumbents Could Face Cloud Rivals: Thanks to SDN & NFV
12,4 Spectrum: Driving Continued Acquisitions by Incumbent Operators
12,5 LTE-A: Upgrades for Capacity & Coverage Boosts
12,6 China’s TDD Spectrum Allocation: Starting an Era of Large-Scale TD-LTE Deployments
12,7 Smart Cities: Wireless Infrastructure Vendors to Lead the Way
12,8 Standardization Driving RAN & WiFi Integration
12,9 Vendors Bringing LTE-Broadcast into Focus
12.10 Vendor Specific HetNet Offerings: Disrupting Traditional Network Architectures
12,11 Operators Will Strive for Agility
12,12 SWOT Analysis
12,13 Strategic Recommendations
12.13.1 Recommendations for Operators
12.13.2 Recommendations for Infrastructure Vendors

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