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米国のモバイルバックホール市場:ブロードバンドワイヤレスの実現

US Mobile Backhaul 2013: Broadband Wireless Realized

発行 Visant Strategies, Inc. 商品コード 119009
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米国のモバイルバックホール市場:ブロードバンドワイヤレスの実現 US Mobile Backhaul 2013: Broadband Wireless Realized
出版日: 2013年02月28日 ページ情報: 英文 52 Pages
概要

当レポートでは、米国のモバイルワイヤレスバックホールサービスおよび製品市場について詳細に調査し、モバイル加入者数、総・データARPU、モバイル基地局設置数などの各種データおよびモバイルバックホールサービス市場における現在・将来予測される動向の分析を提供しており、バックホールの障壁と課題、ネットワーク革新、分散アンテナシステム、ネットワーク・バックホール運営費、タワーレンタル収益などをまとめ、概略下記の構成でお届けいたします。

第1章 エグゼクティブサマリー

第2章 市場の現況

  • 景気悪化
  • ワイヤレスキャリアは引き続き堅調な業績を示す
  • ファイバーは前進するが構築の第2の波が本当の課題
  • ネットワーク利用の密集
  • ワイヤレスネットワークのアップグレードは弱まることなく続く
  • ネットワークミドルは依然としてバックホールの課題
  • 従来型ソリューションの支配
  • LTE成功の一方でモバイルWiMAXは完全に失敗
  • HSPA+は米国市場で長期にわたって利用される見通し

第3章 バックホール予測

  • 1基地局技術あたりのバックホール容量および将来の容量要件
  • モバイルバックホールに第4世代が与える影響
  • フェムトセルはソリューションの一部か?
  • IPへの移行、トラフィックミックスの残存
  • フラットなネットワークもバックホールのニーズを促進する
  • 分散アンテナシステム(DAS)

第4章 バックホール技術:分析

  • 銅技術(T1, DSL)
  • ファイバー
  • 光ファイバーと同軸ケーブルのハイブリッド(HFC)
  • P2Pマイクロ波
  • アッパーミリマイクロ波
  • バックホールにおけるWiMAXおよびその他のポイントツーマルチポイントシステム
  • 無認可ワイヤレス技術
  • 自由空間光通信(FSO)
  • 衛星

第5章 統計および市場促進因子

  • 米国のモバイル加入者数
  • 3.5・4G加入者数
  • 全体ARPUに占めるデータ・音声ARPUのシェア予測
  • 基地局の累積設置数
  • 屋外DASノードの設置数
  • セルサイト設置数・サイトあたりの平均基地局数
  • 切替装置の設置数
  • 基地局数:バックホール容量別
  • ファイバー施設の基地局数
  • BSC/RNC・MSCリンク:容量別
  • 基地局サイト:総バックホール容量別
  • バックホール:ワイヤレス・有線技術別
  • バックホール:ファイバー、銅、同軸、マイクロ波、FSOおよびその他バックホール別
  • イーサネットvs.TDM/ミックスサービスバックホールリンク
  • 米国のモバイルキャリアの総運営費/加入者1人あたりの費用
  • 米国オペレーターのネットワーク運営費/加入者1人あたりの費用
  • モバイルネットワークバックホール支出/加入者1人あたりの費用
  • 米国オペレーター最新ネットワークナックホール費用/加入者1人あたりの費用
  • バックホール市場シェア:キャリアタイプ(RBOC/ILEC, ケーブル, CLEC)
  • 年間タワーレンタル収益およびBTSあたりの平均年間タワー料金

予測・図表

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Product Code: 0213-B

“US MOBILE BACKHAUL 2013: Broadband Wireless Realized,” assesses and details the market for United States mobile wireless backhaul services and products through 2017.

The report provides data and analysis that capture the current and expected future trends in the mobile backhaul services market. In doing so it provides substantial scrutiny of key drivers such as network technology, subscriber trends, economic conditions and mobile and backhaul carrier dynamics.

Key supporting data points are quantified through 2017 including mobile subscribers, 3.5G/4G subscribers, total and data ARPU, mobile base station deployments, subscribers per base station and base station deployments by generation. Also enumerated are deployments of outdoor distributed antenna systems (DASs), base station sites, average base station deployments per site and mobile wireless network switch deployments. Metrics specific to backhaul are also emphasized. Tables are provided through 2017 that quantify backhaul lines by capacity, physical technology and transport mode. Backhaul capacity used per cell site and capacity per switch are segmented as well.

US wireless operator total network operating and backhaul operating expenditures are quantified and articulated per subscriber. Current and projected backhaul market share by the type of carrier (RBOC/ILEC, MSO and CLEC) is included. Total tower rental revenues are provided in total and by per deployed base station.

TOPICS

  • Backhaul bottlenecks and challenges
  • Network evolution
  • Distributed antenna systems
  • Network and backhaul operating expenditures
  • Tower rental revenues

QUANTIFIES

  • Total mobile network operating expenses
  • Total value of backhaul services
  • Average backhaul cost per base station
  • Backhaul
  • Wireless backhaul links employed
  • Backhaul links by capacity
  • Backhaul links by access technology (wireless or wireline)
  • Backhaul links by technology (copper, coax, microwave, fiber, free space optics, satellite, other)
  • Backhaul lines by transport mode (TDM/mixed vs. Ethernet)
  • Base station sites
  • Average number of base stations per site
  • Sites by total capacity employed
  • Mobile base stations deployed total and by generation (2.5G, 3G, 3.5G/4G)
  • Mobile subscribers and 3.5G/4G subscribers
  • Voice, data and total ARPU
  • Base stations with access to fiber
  • Cumulative deployments of wireless switching gear (MSC, BSC/RNC)
  • Deployments of outdoor distributed antenna systems (DAS)
  • Tower rental revenues
  • Total backhaul lines by type of carrier (MSO/cable, ILEC, CLEC)

Table of Contents

1.0. Executive Summary

2.0. Current Market Conditions

  • 2.1. Weak Economy
  • 2.2. Wireless Carriers continue to post Strong Results
  • 2.3. Fiber Moves Forward but Second Stage of Build Out is Real Challenge
  • 2.4. Network use is Concentrated
  • 2.5. Wireless Network Upgrades Continue Unabated
  • 2.6. Middle of Network is Still a Backhaul Challenge
  • 2.7. Traditional Solutions Reign
  • 2.8. LTE Successful while Mobile WiMAX Falls Flat
  • 2.9. HSPA+ will be utilized for Years in US Market

3.0. Backhaul Through 2017

  • 3.1. Backhaul Capacity per Base Station Technology and Future Capacity Needs
  • 3.2. The Fourth Generation Impact on Mobile Backhaul
  • 3.3. Are Femtocells Part of a Solution?
  • 3.4. Migration to IP, Mixed Traffic Remains
  • 3.5. Flatter Network also Drives Backhaul Needs
  • 3.6. Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS)

4.0. Backhaul Technologies, an Analysis

  • 4.1. Copper Technology (T1, DSL)
  • 4.2. Fiber
  • 4.3. Hybrid Fiber Coax
  • 4.4. Point-to-Point Microwave
  • 4.5. Upper Millimeter Microwave
  • 4.6. WiMAX and Other Point-to-Multipoint Systems in Backhaul
  • 4.7. Unlicensed Wireless Technologies
  • 4.8. Free Space Optics
  • 4.9. Satellite

5.0. Figures and Market Drivers

  • 5.1. US Mobile Subscribers
  • 5.2. 3.5 and 4G Subscribers
  • 5.3. Data and Voice ARPU as Share of Overall ARPU through 2017
  • 5.4. Cumulative Deployed Base Stations 2008 to 2015
  • 5.5. Deployments and Shipments, Base Stations by Technology (2/2.5G, 3G,3.5G/4G)
  • 5.6. Deployment of Outdoor DAS Nodes
  • 5.7. Cell Site Deployments and Average Base Stations per Site
  • 5.8. Deployments of Switching Apparatus
  • 5.9. Base Stations by Backhaul Capacity
  • 5.10. Base Stations Served by Fiber
  • 5.11. BSC/RNC and MSC Links by Capacity
  • 5.12. Base Station Sites by Total Backhaul Capacity
  • 5.13. Backhaul by Wireless and Wireline Technologies
  • 5.14. Backhaul by Fiber, Copper, Coax, Microwave, Free Space Optics and Others Backhaul
  • 5.15. Ethernet vs. TDM/Mixed-Services Backhaul Links
  • 5.16. Total Operating Expenses for US Mobile Carriers/Expense per Subscriber
  • 5.17. Network Operating Expenses for the US Operator/Expense per Subscriber
  • 5.18. Mobile Network Backhaul Expenditures/Expense per Subscriber
  • 5.19. Edge of Network Backhaul Expenses for the US Operator/Expense per BTS
  • 5.20. Backhaul Market Share by Carrier Type (RBOC/ILEC, Cable, CLEC)
  • 5.21. Annual Tower Rental Revenues and Average Annual Tower Fee per BTS

FORECASTS AND FIGURES

  • Table 1:
  • Mobile Subscribers
  • And Mobile Wireless Penetration Rate
  • All Technologies
  • United States 2010-2017
  • Table 2:
  • 3.5G and 4G Mobile Subscribers
  • (802.16, LTE and HSPA +)
  • Vs. All Mobile Subscribers
  • United States 2010-2017
  • Table 3:
  • Total Average Revenue per Unit
  • And Voice and Data Revenue/Share per Unit
  • All Subscribers
  • United States 2010-2017
  • Table 4:
  • Mobile Wireless Base Station
  • Annual and Total Deployments
  • All Technologies
  • United States 2010-2017
  • Table 5:
  • Average Number of Subscribers per Base Station
  • All Technologies
  • United States 2010-2017
  • Table 6:
  • Base Stations Deployed by Technology
  • 2G/2.5G, 3G and 3.5/4G
  • United States 2010-2017
  • Table 7:
  • Outdoor Distributed Antenna System (DAS)
  • Node Deployments
  • United States 2010-2017
  • Table 8:
  • Mobile Base Station Sites
  • Being Utilized
  • United States 2010-2017
  • Table 9:
  • Average Number of Base Stations
  • Deployed per Site
  • United States 2010-2017
  • Table 10:
  • Mobile Switching Center/Central Switching Center Deployments
  • LTE Access Gateway (aGW) and Base Station Controller/Radio Network Controller
  • Deployments
  • United States 2010-2017
  • Table 11:
  • Base Station Deployments by Backhaul Capacity
  • < 18 Mbps; 18 to 24 Mbps; 25 to 50 Mbps; 51 to 100 Mbps and > 100 Mbps
  • United States 2010-2017
  • Table 11A:
  • Base Station Deployments Backhaul Capacity by Share
  • < 18 Mbps; 18 to 24 Mbps; 25 to 50 Mbps; 51 to 100 Mbps and > 100 Mbps
  • United States 2010-2017
  • Table 12:
  • Mobile Wireless Base Stations Connected by Fiber vs. All Base Stations Deployed
  • And Percentage of Base Stations Connected by Fiber
  • United States 2010-2017
  • Table 13:
  • Network Elements (BSC/RNC, aGW, MSC and Collector Points)
  • Deployments by Backhaul Capacity
  • < 155 Mbps; 156 to 622 Mbps: 623 to 1,000 Mbps;
  • 1,001 Mbps to 2,000 Mbps and > 2,000 Mbps
  • United States 2010-2017
  • Table 13A:
  • Network Elements (BSC/RNC, aGW, MSC and Collector Points)
  • Backhaul Capacity by Percentage
  • < 155 Mbps; 156 to 622 Mbps: 623 to 1,000 Mbps;
  • 1,001 Mbps to 2,000 Mbps and > 2,000 Mbps
  • United States 2010-2017
  • Table 14:
  • Base Station Sites by Backhaul Capacity
  • < 45 Mbps; 46 to < 155 Mbps: 156 to < 300 Mbps; 301 Mbps to < 622; > 622 Mbps
  • United States 2010-2017
  • Table 14A:
  • Base Station Sites by percentage by Backhaul Capacity
  • < 45 Mbps; 46 to < 155 Mbps: 156 to < 300 Mbps; 301 Mbps to < 622; > 622 Mbps
  • United States 2010-2017
  • Table 15:
  • Wireline vs.Wireless Backhaul Links and Percentage of Link Type
  • For MSC, BSC/RNC, Collector Point and BTS Connections
  • United States 2010 - 2017
  • Table 16:
  • Backhaul Links for Wireless Network Elements by Technology
  • Microwave, Fiber, Copper, Coaxial Cable, Free Space Optics and Others
  • United States 2010 - 2017
  • Table 16A:
  • Backhaul Links by Percentage for Wireless Network Elements
  • By Technology
  • Microwave, Fiber, Copper, Coaxial Cable, Free Space Optics and Others
  • United States 2010 - 2017
  • Table 17:
  • Backhaul Links by Access Technology
  • Ethernet vs. TDM/Multi Service Systems
  • United States 2010-2017
  • Table 18:
  • Wireless Network Operator Expenditures and Cost per Subscriber
  • Total Expenditures and Expenditures per Subscriber
  • All Carriers
  • United States 2010-2017
  • Table 19:
  • Wireless Network Operating Expenditures
  • Total Expenditures and Expenditures per Subscriber
  • All Carriers
  • United States 2010-2017
  • Table 20:
  • Wireless Network Operators Overall Backhaul Expenses
  • And Backhaul Cost per Subscriber
  • All Carriers
  • United States 2010-2017
  • Table 21:
  • Wireless Operator Base Station Backhaul Expense
  • And Average Backhaul Expense Per Base Station
  • All Carriers
  • United States 2010-2017
  • Table 22:
  • Backhaul Lines Provided
  • Type
  • RBOC/ILEC, Cable Operator and CLEC
  • United States 2010-2017
  • Table 22A:
  • Backhaul Lines Provided
  • Percentage by Type
  • RBOC/ILEC, Cable Operator and CLEC
  • United States 2010-2017
  • Table 23:
  • Annual Tower Rental Revenues
  • And Average Annual Tower Rental Fees per Base Station
  • All Carriers
  • United States 2010-2017
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