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NSR’s Wireless Backhaul via Satellite, 14th Edition is the longest-standing industry analysis and forecast of the Satellite Backhaul and Trunking backbone sector. The study analyzes all the key market trends behind each major category of backhaul connectivity-services using a fixed satellite antenna:
The study covers the global installed base of sites broken down by 7 regions, forecasts capacity demand, assesses capacity revenues as well as CPE shipments and revenues. New in this edition, the report presents segmentation between Smallcells and Macrocells, and NSR provides analysis of the implications of the emergence of Smallcells in terms of expansion of the addressable market (unlocking the low-end segments), new Business Models (revenue share, etc.) and much lower Total Cost of Ownership. Furthermore, this edition of the report includes an overview on the recent M&As in the VSAT space and the motivations and consequences for the market.
The report also analyzes capacity revenue trends, equipment vendor market share and Cellular Backhaul addressable markets. Now standard in NSR’s report, capacity and equipment forecasts are structured into FSS-C, -Ku and -Ka band, GEO-HTS-C, -Ku and -Ka band and non-GEO-HTS. Strategic insights on markets and verticals key to capturing growth in these current transformational times are core elements of this study.
NSR’s Wireless Backhaul via Satellite, 14th Edition is based on long standing methodologies that have been validated and improved over the previous editions of the report. NSR rigorously tracks the public announcements of all major players across the value chain and has carried extensive interviews to build base year data and carefully formulate forecast data. In addition, NSR is actively present in major conferences and events in order to assess, discuss and analyze new and emerging market trends with key players in the satellite and terrestrial industries such as the Mobile World Congress as well as satellite specific events.
The forecast period for all market segments covers ten years, and in this WBS14 study, the market assessment runs from 2019 to 2029. The report outlines the Satellite Backhaul markets structured in 3 key segments: Cellular Backhaul, Trunking and Hybrid Networks. Forecasts are broken down in 7 regions: NAM, LAM, WEU, CEEU, MENA, SSA and ASIA. Forecasts are also structured by frequency: FSS – C, Ku, Ka; GEO-HTS – C, Ku, Ka; Non GEO-HTS. NSR forecasts Active Sites (2G/3G/4G/5G; Smallcell/Macrocell), Capacity Demand, Capacity Revenues, Service Revenues, Shipments and CPE Revenues.
The core of NSR’s detailed market review is rooted in the bottom-up assessment and forecast of the installed base of Backhaul, Trunking, Hybrid Networks and 5G Sites in each of the seven different regions analyzed in this study. Following the installed base assessment, NSR then evaluates capacity demand in all frequencies and architectures, CPE shipments as well as the revenues generated.
ABS, Africa Mobile Networks, Altice, Amazon, Andesat, Antrix/ISRO, APT Satellite, ArabSat, AsiaSat, Avanti Communications, Axess, Broadpeak, CETel, China Satcom, Claro, Comtech, EE, Digicel, Entel, Ericsson, Eutelsat, Facebook, Gazprom Space Systems, Gilat, Globe Telecom, Globecomm, Google, Hispasat, Huawei, Hughes, iDirect, Intelsat, IP.ACCESS, Kacific, KDDI, Loon, MEASAT, MTN, NBN, Neotion, Newtec, Nokia, NuRAN, O3b, OneWeb, Optus, Orange, Parallel Wireless, Quadrille, Reliance Jio, Rostelcom, RSCC, SES, SKY Perfect JSAT, Softbank, Spacecom, Spacebridge, SpaceX, Speedcast, Sprint, Star One, Talia, Telefonica, Telenor, Telesat, Thaicom, TIM, T-Mobile, UHP, ViaSat, Vodacom, Vodafone, YahSat, and ZTE.
Introduction and Definitions
ANNEX Methodology and Assumptions