Satellite Communications

Wireless Backhaul Via Satellite

Wireless Backhaul via Satellite, 16th Edition

PUBLISHED: April 2022

Available Licenses: Standard: $4,995 Enterprise: $8,995

  • Report Summary
  • Key Features
  • Table of Contents
  • Supporting Articles

NSR’s Wireless Backhaul via Satellite, 16th Edition (WBS16), the industry’s longest-standing analysis of the Satellite Backhaul and Trunking backbone, provides comprehensive forecasting of Market Opportunity by Segment, Capacity & Region. 

WBS16 provides strategic insight of the rapidly evolving Mobile Backhaul and Trunking segments. With assessments covering installed base of sites in seven regions, the report assesses capacity requirements and equipment shipments as well as capacity, service and CPE revenues across key markets and verticals. NSR’s Wireless Backhaul via Satellite, 16th Edition builds a complete picture of trends, drivers and challenges behind each major category of backhaul connectivity-services using a fixed satellite antenna. 

Who Should Purchase this Report

  • Satellite Operators 
  • Equipment Vendors 
  • Service Providers 
  • Mobile Infrastructure Operators 
  • Innovation and Industry Agencies
  • Investment Community 

Covered in this Report

  • New in this Edition- Expanded Addressable Market Assessment Segmentation with analysis of the addressable bandwidth in a 1-degree global grid based on population distribution, network coverage and service penetration segmented by population agglomeration sizes as guidance for bandwidth demand per site. 
  • New in this Edition-Assessment of Chipset Shortage Impact 
  • Assessment of trends driving growth in each market segment and region 
  • Examines 5G potential as a catalyzer for Satellite Backhaul growth 
  • Forecasting of Revenue Opportunity for established and new business models such as managed services and network as a service 
  • Analysis of 5G Impact on Backhaul/Trunking Networks 
  • Details vertical specific leading equipment manufacturers 
  • 10-year forecasting of Capacity Requirements across Segment 

Report Segmentation

Companies Included in this Report

ABS, Africa Mobile Networks, Altice, Amazon, Andesat, Antrix/ISRO, APT Satellite, ArabSat, AsiaSat, AT&T, Avanti Communications, Axess, Broadpeak, China Satcom, Claro, Comtech, EE, Digicel, Entel, Ericsson, Eutelsat, Facebook, Gazprom Space Systems, Gilat, Globe Telecom, Hispasat, Huawei, Hughes, ST Engineering iDirect, Intelsat, IP.ACCESS, Kacific, KDDI, MEASAT, MTN, NBN, Neotion, Nokia, Novelsat, NuRAN, O3b, OneWeb, Optus, Orange, Parallel Wireless, Quadrille, Reliance Jio, SES, SKY Perfect JSAT, Softbank, Spacecom, Spacebridge, Starlink, Speedcast, Sprint, Star One, Talia, Telefonica, Telenor, Telesat, Thaicom, TIM, T-Mobile, UHP, Verizon, ViaSat, Vodacom, Vodafone, Xiplink, YahSat, and ZTE.

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Table of Contents

Executive Summary 

1. Global Overview
1.1
Global Analysis
1.2 Addressable Market
1.3
Bottom Line 

2. Wireless Backhaul
2.1 Scope and Definitions
2.2
Executive Summary
2.3
Major Market Trends and Global Figures
2.3.1
Active Sites
2.3.2
Capacity Demand and Revenues
2.3.3
Equipment and Modem Market Share
2.3.4
Bottom Line
2.4
Financial Models
2.4.1
GEO ROI Case Study (Macrocell)
2.4.2
GEO ROI Case Study (Smallcell)
2.4.3
Non GEO ROI Case Study (Macroccell)
2.4.4
Elasticity
2.5
Regional Forecast
2.5.1
North America
2.5.2
Latin America
2.5.3
Western Europe
2.5.4
Central and Eastern Europe
2.5.5
Middle East and North Africa
2.5.6
Sub-Saharan Africa
2.5.7
Asia
2.6
Comparison with Previous Edition 

3. Trunking
3.1
Scope and Definitions
3.2
Executive Summary
3.3
Major Market Trends and Global Figures
3.3.1
Active Sites
3.3.2
Capacity Demand
3.3.3
Equipment Forecast
3.3.4 Bottom Line
3.4
Regional Breakdown
3.4.1
North America
3.4.2
Latin America
3.4.3
Western Europe
3.4.4
Central and Eastern Europe
3.4.5
Middle East and North Africa
3.4.6
Sub-Saharan Africa
3.4.7
Asia
3.5
Comparison with Previous Edition 

4. Hybrid Networks
4.1
Scope and Definitions
4.2
Executive Summary
4.3
Major Market Trends and Global Figures
4.3.1
OTT over Satellite
4.3.2
Case Studies
4.4
Global Figures
4.4.1
Installed Base and Capacity Demand
4.4.2
Capacity and CPE Revenues
4.5
Bottom Line
4.6
Comparison with Previous Edition 

ANNEX Methodology and Assumptions 

List of Exhibits

Executive Summary
1.
Active Backhaul Sites by BTS Technology
2.
Total Backhaul Capacity Demand
3.
Global Backhaul Capacity Revenues
4.
Global Backhaul CPE Revenues
5. Global Trunking In-Service Units
6.
Total Trunking Capacity Demand
7.
Global Trunking Capacity Revenues
8.
Global Trunking CPE Revenues
9.
Global Hybrid Networks In-Service Units
10.
Hybrid Networks Capacity Demand
11.
Hybrid Networks Capacity Revenues
12.
Hybrid Networks CPE Revenues 

Global Overview
1.
Total Global Sites by Region
2.
Market Share by Application
3.
Total Global Capacity Demand
4.
Total Global Capacity Demand in Gbps
5.
Global Capacity Revenues
6.
CPE Shipments
7.
CPE Revenues
8.
Addressable Market – Population Agglomerations and Throughput
9.
Addressable Market – Global Bandwidth Needs Heat Map 

2. Wireless Backhaul
1.
Active Sites by BTS Technology
2.
Total Backhaul Capacity Demand
3.
Global Backhaul Capacity Revenues
4.
Global Backhaul CPE Revenues
5. Wireless Backhaul Active Sites by Region
6.
Global Capacity and Service Revenues
7.
Capacity Revenues Evolution
8.
Global Shipments by BTS Technology
9.
CPE Revenues by Region
10.
Modem Shipments Market Share
11.
Modem Revenues Market Share
12.
Cost vs. Traffic for a Generic Base Station and Different Backhaul Technologies
13.
TCO for Different Backhaul Technologies (3G BTS – 2.5 Mbps allocation)
14.
Cost per GB as Data Traffic Increases (20 Km from Backbone Node)
15.
Satellite Becoming More Cost Effective
16.
Long-tail of Cells Traffic
17.
North America Active Sites by Base Station Technology
18.
North America Active Sites by Cell Size
19.
North America Capacity Demand
20.
North America Capacity Revenues Evolution
21.
North America CPE Revenues by Base Station Technology
22.
Latin America Active Sites by Base Station Technology
23.
Latin America Active Sites by Cell Size
24.
Latin America Wholesale Capacity Revenues
25.
Latin America Capacity and Service Revenues
26.
Latin America Modem Shipments by Frequency
27.
Latin America CPE Revenues
28.
Western Europe Active Sites by Base Station Technology
29.
Western Europe Active Sites by Cell Size
30.
Western Europe Capacity Demand
31.
Western Europe Wholesale Capacity Revenues by Frequency
32.
Western Europe Capacity and Service Revenues
33.
Western Europe CPE Revenues
34. Central and Eastern  Europe Active Sites by Base Station Technology
35.
Central and Eastern Europe Active Sites by Cell Size
36.
Central and Eastern Europe Wholesale Capacity Revenues by Frequency
37.
Central and Eastern Europe CPE Revenues
38. Middle East and Africa Active Sites by Base Station Technology
39.
Middle East and North Africa Active Sites by Cell Size
40.
Middle East and North Africa Active Sites y Cell Size
41.
Middle East and North Africa Wholesale CPE Revenues
42.
Middle East and North Africa Capacity Revenues Evolution
43.
Sub-Saharan Africa Active Sites by Base Station Technology
44.
Sub-Saharan Africa Active Sites by Cell Size
45.
Sub-Saharan Africa Capacity Demand
46.
Sub-Saharan Africa Capacity Revenues Evolution
47.
Sub-Saharan Africa Modem Shipments by Base Station Technologies
48.
Sub-Saharan Africa CPE Revenues by Frequency
49.
Asia Active Sites by Base Station Technology
50.
Asia Active Sites by Cell Size
51.
Asia Capacity Demand
52.
Asia Wholesale Capacity Revenues by Frequency
53.
Asia Wholesale Capacity and Service Revenues
54. Asia CPE Revenues by Frequency
55.
In-Service Units Comparison with previous edition
56.
Capacity Revenues Comparison with previous edition
57.
CPE Revenues Comparison with previous edition 

3. Trunking
1.
Global Trunking In-Service Units
2.
Total Trunking Capacity Demand
3.
Global Trunking Capacity Revenues
4.
Global Trunking CPE Revenues
5.
Global In-Service Units
6.
Global Capacity Demand
7.
Total Trunking Capacity Demand
8.
Global Capacity Revenues by frequency
9.
Global CPE Shipments
10.
Global CPE Revenues
11.
NAM In-Service Units
12.
NAM Capacity Revenues
13.
NAM CPE Revenues
14.
LAM In-Service Units
15.
LAM Capacity Demand
16.
LAM Capacity Revenues
17.
WEU In-Service Units
18.
WEU Capacity Revenues
19.
WEU CPE Revenues
20.
CEEU In-Service Units
21.
CEEU Capacity Demand
22.
CEEU Capacity Revenues
23.
CEEU CPE Revenues
24.
MENA In-Service Units
25.
MENA Capacity Revenues
26.
SSA In-Service Units
27.
SSA Capacity Demand
28.
SSA Capacity Revenues
29.
SSA CPE Revenue
30. ASIA In-Service Units
31.
ASIA Capacity Demand
32.
ASIA Capacity Revenues
33.
ASIA CPE Revenues
34.
In-Service Units Comparison with previous edition
35.
Capacity Revenues Comparison with previous edition
36.
CPE Revenues Comparison with previous edition 

4. Hybrid Networks
1.
Global Hybrid Networks In-Service Units
2.
Hybrid Networks Capacity Demand
3.
Hybrid Networks Capacity Revenues
4.
Hybrid Networks CPE Revenues
5.
Monthly Bandwidth Cost per Channel
6.
Satellite Multicast Cross-over Analysis
7.
Crossover Server Locations at which Satellite is more Cost effective as Transit Cost Varies
8.
Crossover Server Locations at which Satellite is more Cost effective as Bandwidth Varies
9.
Transit Bandwidth for which Satellite is more Cost Effective than Terrestrial Transit
10.
Global In-Service Units
11.
Capacity Demand
12.
Capacity Revenues
13.
CPE Revenues
14.
In-Service Units Comparison with previous edition
15.
Capacity Revenues Comparison with previous edition
16.
CPE Revenues Comparison with previous edition 

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