NSR’s Wireless Backhaul via Satellite, 17th Edition (WBS17), the industry’s longest-standing analysis of the Satellite Backhaul and Trunking backbone, provides comprehensive forecasting of Market Opportunity by Segment, Capacity & Region.
WBS17 provides strategic insight of the rapidly evolving Mobile Backhaul and Trunking segments. The report assesses installed sites, capacity requirements and equipment shipments as well as capacity, service and CPE revenues across seven regions. NSR’s Wireless Backhaul via Satellite, 17th Edition builds a complete picture of trends, drivers, and challenges behind each major category of backhaul connectivity-services using a fixed satellite antenna across base station technologies (2G, 3G, 4G and 5G) and cell sizes.
As the market grows and transforms, NSR’s data and forecasts provide a clear vision of the Backhaul markets and the Satellite role in the 5G ecosystem. NSR’s Wireless Backhaul via Satellite, 17th Edition (WBS17) continues to provide an honest assessment of the market in this promising but risky business landscape, serving as an opportunity roadmap for future strategic decisions.
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.
Introduction and Definitions
ANNEX Methodology and Assumptions