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ワイヤレスバックホール市場とオールIP化

Wireless Backhaul Market from an All-IP Perspective

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ワイヤレスバックホール市場とオールIP化 Wireless Backhaul Market from an All-IP Perspective
出版日: 2010年09月11日 ページ情報: 英文

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概要

当レポートでは、世界のワイヤレスバックホール市場の現状と見通しについて調査分析し、4Gバックホールの各種要件、周波数帯域の動向、P2Pマイクロ波製品市場の実績・予測(〜2015年)、マイクロ波バックホールベンダーの市場シェア、ワイヤレスバックホール機器の詳細分析、主要ベンダーのプロファイルなどをまとめ、概略以下の構成にてお届けいたします。

第1章 エグゼクティブサマリー

第2章 主要調査結果

第3章 4Gバックホールの要件

  • 4Gバックホールの総合スループット分析
  • マイクロ波適合するアグリゲーションの場とは?
  • X2インターフェースの問題

第4章 マイクロ波関連規制アップデート

  • マイクロ波のライセンシング:米国(FCC)
  • マイクロ波のライセンシング:欧州(ETSI)

第5章 イーサネットマイクロ波バックホール市場のアップデート:2010年第2四半期

  • 市場概要
  • マイクロ波:市場シェア
  • マイクロ波:周波数帯域別出荷額
  • TDMからピュアパケットマイクロ波への移行
  • 将来のマイクロ波市場の進化

第6章 ワイヤレスバックホール機器分析

  • バックホールソリューション
  • 周波数サポート
  • 最大スループット
  • ピュアパケット vs ハイブリッドアーキテクチャ
  • 組込みスイッチングキャパシティ
  • イーサネットデマケーション
  • 平均故障間隔(MTBF:Mean Time Between Failure)

第7章 ワイヤレスバックホールベンダープロファイル

  • Alcatel-Lucent
  • Aviat Networks
  • BridgeWave
  • Ceragon
  • DragonWave
  • Ericsson
  • Exalt
  • Huawei
  • NEC
  • Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN)
  • SkyFiber
    • ベンダー概要
    • 財務データ
    • バックホールソリューション
    • 製品概要
    • SWOT分析
    • 将来性

第8章 付録

第9章 略語など

第10章 文献

図表

目次

Global downturn still affecting microwave market

Despite the increasing demand for data services, the global downturn continues to impact mobile carriers' deployment decisions. In the second quarter of 2010, the total size of the pointto- point microwave market was US$1.07 billion. This figure represents a 4.3% decrease with respect to the previous quarter, when the size of the market reached US$1.12 billion. Latin America was the only region that saw an increase in microwave shipments in Q2 2010 (15.6%, to reach US$120.45 million worth in shipments).

Huawei aggressively climbing microwave shipment ranking

During the second quarter of 2010, Huawei experienced a sharp 51.6% growth in microwave shipments (US$186.85 million in shipments during Q2 2010), which has propelled it to second place on the podium, just behind market leader Ericsson (US$197.25 million in the same quarter). Huawei, which introduced its first microwave products in 2007, has overtaken other vendors who have been in the market for longer, thanks to unique financial support and a favorable environment in its mother country.

The two traditional market leaders, Ericsson and NEC, experienced considerable decreases in their shipments (23.7% and 29.1%, respectively) between the first and second quarter of 2010. The other vendors covered in this analysis did not show much change in shipment levels between Q1 and Q2, although there was an interesting battle between Alcatel-Lucent (US$118.80 million) and Nokia Siemens (US$115.91 million), which follow a very similar strategy with their respective microwave portfolios.

Pure packet microwave is the future

Today the biggest trend is to deploy hybrid systems, since they offer the most secure method of keeping 2G and 3G networks working by adding packet capacity for 4G services. However, hybrid microwave system shipments decreased by 1.9% to US$744.75 million in Q2 2010. From all the vendors covered in this report, only Ericsson and Ceragon have exclusively hybrid equipment in place to support Ethernet services.

Pure packet, the most advanced microwave backhaul technology to-date, increased its shipments by 5.6% to US$198.92 million in Q2 2010, although it still has a very small market share compared to hybrid microwave. Besides 80 GHz solutions in the classical 6 to 38 GHz range, which are mostly pure packet, only NSN and Alcatel-Lucent are fully committed to pure packet microwave, offering this equipment for any kind of new deployment. DragonWave and SkyFiber are the only vendors covered in this report who do not offer hybrid solutions (exclusively pure packet).

TDM microwave shipments decreased 26.4% in just one quarter, totaling US$126.43 million in Q2 2010. Given the increased flexibility and cost effectiveness of carrier Ethernet backhaul, this decrease is reasonable. Vendors are not recommending TDM links for new short haul deployments; most TDM links are long haul, since there are still microwave vendors offering this kind of technology for trunk applications.

Encouraging future for microwave

The slowdown experienced by microwave from Q1 to Q2 2010 will not last long, since operators really need to upgrade their backhaul links in advance to enable higher radio access speeds that could cause their cellular networks to struggle. The auction of spectrum for 4G networks in many countries - especially in Europe, a microwave-heavy region - will urge operators to take another look at their microwave deployments to see whether they are prepared to handle the foreseeable data traffic growth. The deployment of 4G networks, especially in urban areas, should cause the demand for microwave links to increase, although given current uncertainty we propose a conservative estimate of US$9 billion in revenue by 2015.

Questions Answered by This Report

  • What frequency bands does each major backhaul vendor support?
  • What are the drawbacks of unlicensed frequency bands?
  • What is the maximum microwave throughput achieved for a single channel?
  • What compression techniques have microwave vendors developed in order to increase throughput?
  • How does microwave equipment manage TDM and packet traffic at the same time?
  • What embedded switching features do microwave vendors implement in their microwave equipment?
  • What is MEF and what are its certifications for?
  • Are mobile operators worried about the migration to IPv6?
  • What functionality do microwave vendors add to Ethernet in order to add reliability?
  • What are the most reliable vendors in the wireless backhaul space?
  • What throughput is required for 4G backhaul purposes?
  • In which parts of the backhaul network can microwave be deployed?
  • How much growth did the microwave market experience in 2010?
  • What are the market shares of the most important microwave vendors ?
  • Which frequency bands generated the most revenue in Q2 2010?
  • What will be the size of the microwave market be in 2015?
  • What are the wireless backhaul equipment offerings of the most important vendors in the industry?
  • What are the strengths and weaknesses of each vendor' s products?
  • What are the opportunities and threats for the major vendors?
  • What are these vendors' plans going forward?
  • And much more!

Table of Contents

List of Figures

List of Tables

Questions Answered by This Report

1. Executive Summary

2. Key Findings

3. 4G Backhaul Requirements

  • 3.1 A Comprehensive Throughput Analysis for 4G Backhaul
  • 3.2 Where in the Aggregation does Microwave Fit?
  • 3.3 Will X2 Interface be a Headache?

4. Microwave Regulatory Update

  • 4.1 Microwave Licensing in USA (FCC)
  • 4.2 Microwave Licensing in Europe (ETSI)

5. Ethernet Microwave Backhaul Market Update Q2 2010

  • 5.1 Market Overview
  • 5.2 Microwave Market Shares
  • 5.3 Microwave Shipments by Frequency Band
  • 5.4 Migration from TDM to Pure Packet Microwave
  • 5.5 Future Microwave Market Evolution

6. Wireless Backhaul Equipment Analysis

  • 6.1 Backhaul Solutions
  • 6.2 Frequency Support
  • 6.3 Maximum Throughput
  • 6.4 Pure Packet vs. Hybrid Architecture
  • 6.5 Embedded Switching Capacity
  • 6.6 Ethernet Demarcation
  • 6.7 Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF)

7. Wireless Backhaul Vendor Profiles

  • 7.1 Alcatel-Lucent
    • 7.1.1 Vendor Overview
    • 7.1.2 Financial
    • 7.1.3 Backhaul Solutions
    • 7.1.4 Product Overview
    • 7.1.5 SWOT
    • 7.1.6 Future
  • 7.2 Aviat Networks
    • 7.2.1 Vendor Overview
    • 7.2.2 Financial
    • 7.2.3 Backhaul Solutions
    • 7.2.4 Product Overview
    • 7.2.5 SWOT
    • 7.2.6 Future
  • 7.3 BridgeWave
    • 7.3.1 Vendor Overview
    • 7.3.2 Financial
    • 7.3.3 Backhaul Solutions
    • 7.3.4 Product Overview
    • 7.3.5 SWOT
    • 7.3.6 Future
  • 7.4 Ceragon
    • 7.4.1 Vendor Overview
    • 7.4.2 Financial
    • 7.4.3 Backhaul Solutions
    • 7.4.4 Product Overview
    • 7.4.5 SWOT
    • 7.4.6 Future
  • 7.5 DragonWave
    • 7.5.1 Vendor Overview
    • 7.5.2 Financial
    • 7.5.3 Backhaul Solutions
    • 7.5.4 Product Overview
    • 7.5.5 SWOT
    • 7.5.6 Future
  • 7.6 Ericsson
    • 7.6.1 Vendor Overview
    • 7.6.2 Financial
    • 7.6.3 Backhaul Solutions
    • 7.6.4 Product Overview
    • 7.6.5 SWOT
    • 7.6.6 Future
  • 7.7 Exalt
    • 7.7.1 Vendor Overview
    • 7.7.2 Financial
    • 7.7.3 Backhaul Solutions
    • 7.7.4 Product Overview
    • 7.7.5 SWOT
    • 7.7.6 Future
  • 7.8 Huawei
    • 7.8.1 Vendor Overview
    • 7.8.2 Financial
    • 7.8.3 Backhaul Solutions
    • 7.8.4 Product Overview
    • 7.8.5 SWOT
    • 7.8.6 Future
  • 7.9 NEC
    • 7.9.1 Vendor Overview
    • 7.9.2 Financial
    • 7.9.3 Backhaul Solutions
    • 7.9.4 Product Overview
    • 7.9.5 SWOT
    • 7.9.6 Future
  • 7.10 Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN)
    • 7.10.1 Vendor Overview
    • 7.10.2 Financial
    • 7.10.3 Backhaul Solutions
    • 7.10.4 Product Overview
    • 7.10.5 SWOT
    • 7.10.6 Future
  • 7.11 SkyFiber
    • 7.11.1 Vendor Overview
    • 7.11.2 Financial
    • 7.11.3 Backhaul Solutions
    • 7.11.4 Product Overview
    • 7.11.5 SWOT
    • 7.11.6 Future

8. Annex: Table of TDM Capacities

9. Acronyms

10. Bibliography

List of Figures

  • Figure 1. Point-to-point microwave backhaul revenue 2010
  • Figure 2. Point-to-point microwave backhaul by region
  • Figure 3. Microwave backhaul vendor market share Q2 2010
  • Figure 4. Microwave backhaul vendor evolution 2010
  • Figure 5. Point-to-point microwave backhaul revenue by frequency band
  • Figure 6. TDM vs. hybrid vs. pure-packet operation by revenue
  • Figure 7. Point-to-point microwave forecast 2010-2015
  • Figure 8. Parts of a mobile backhaul network
  • Figure 9. The need for a large number of cells
  • Figure 10. Frequency band support chart
  • Figure 11. Microwave transmission atmospheric absorption
  • Figure 12. Memorylink Gigahertz performance in interference
  • Figure 13. Ethernet frame terminology
  • Figure 14. Comparative maximum throughput chart by model
  • Figure 15. Key Ethernet OAM standards
  • Figure 16. Mean time between failures - comparison chart
  • Figure 17. 9500 MPR IDU (various sizes) and multipurpose ODU (valid for both split mount and outdoor configurations)
  • Figure 18. 9500 MPR indoor RF unit
  • Figure 19. Eclipse packet node, E-LINK 1000EXR and Eclipse EDGE ODU
  • Figure 20. Eclipse packet node throughput
  • Figure 21. Eclipse packet node with IRU600 indoor RF unit on top
  • Figure 22. BridgeWave FlexPort outside (with one and two foot antennas) and inside views, respectively
  • Figure 23. BridgeWave' s innovative Adaptive Rate and Modulation mechanism
  • Figure 24. Left: FibeAir IP-10 IDU and RFU-C; Right: FibeAir 3200T IDU
  • Figure 25. Ceragon' s FibeAir outdoor enclosure
  • Figure 26. Ceragon' s RFU-HS and RFU-HP radio units
  • Figure 27. DragonWave' s Horizon Compact (left), Quantum (middle) and two SDU versions (right)
  • Figure 28. Mini-link 80 GHz demonstration at MWC 2010
  • Figure 29. Mini-link ODUs: short haul (left) and long-haul (right)
  • Figure 30. Ericsson Mini-link TN/LH IDUs: AMM 2p (top left), AMM 6p (bottom left) and AMM 20p (right)
  • Figure 31. Exalt ExtendAir and ExploreAir (front and back)
  • Figure 32. Exalt IDUs of EX-s (left) and EX-i (right)
  • Figure 33. Exalt' s semi-protected configuration
  • Figure 34. Huawei OptiX RTN 605 and RTN 620 IDUs
  • Figure 35. Huawei SWOT analysis
  • Figure 36. Frequency band-capacity matrix for NEC' s microwave products
  • Figure 37. NEC PASOLINK NEO TE
  • Figure 38. NEC PASOLINK NEO IP IDU
  • Figure 39. NEC PASOLINK NEO ODUs Type 1 (left) and Type 2 (right)
  • Figure 40. NSN FlexiPacket ODU for ETSI market (left) and ANSI market (right)
  • Figure 41. NSN FlexiPacket FirstMile (top), FlexiHub 1200 (mid) and FlexiHub 2200 (bottom)
  • Figure 42. NSN FlexiHybrid IDU
  • Figure 43. SkyLINK OLU (left) and CST (right)
  • Figure 44. Electromagnetic spectrum diagram
  • Figure 45. Example of sway for a 15 m tower
  • Figure 46. SkyFiber SWOT analysis

List of Tables

  • Table 1. IMT-Advanced cell spectral efficiency minimum requirements
  • Table 2. Number of 4G eNodeBs backhauled by a microwave link
  • Table 3. Microwave on-demand licensed frequency bands (ULS licensing)
  • Table 4. Common microwave frequency bands in ETSI countries
  • Table 5. Regulatory status of 60 GHz and 80 GHz bands in Europe
  • Table 6. point-to-point microwave shipments Q1-Q2 2010
  • Table 7. Traditional microwave backhaul classification by capacity
  • Table 8. Traditional microwave backhaul classification by link distance
  • Table 9. Hybrid and pure packet support among wireless backhaul vendors
  • Table 10. Ethernet OAM support within the microwave market
  • Table 11. Alcatel-Lucent microwave product offering
  • Table 12. Alcatel-Lucent SWOT analysis
  • Table 13. Overview of Aviat' s microwave products
  • Table 14. Eclipse packet node IDU options
  • Table 15. Aviat' s microwave products power consumption
  • Table 16. Aviat SWOT analysis
  • Table 17. BridgeWave SWOT analysis
  • Table 18. Ceragon microwave product offering
  • Table 19. Radio unit options available from Ceragon
  • Table 20. Ceragon SWOT analysis
  • Table 21. DragonWave microwave product offering
  • Table 22. Ericsson microwave product offering
  • Table 23. Exalt licensed microwave product offering
  • Table 24. Exalt SWOT analysis
  • Table 25. Huawei microwave product offering
  • Table 26. Huawei Ethernet switching capability comparison
  • Table 27. NEC SWOT analysis
  • Table 28. NSN microwave product offering
  • Table 29. NSN SWOT analysis
  • Table 30. Hierarchy of the most common SONET/SDH data rates
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