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NSR’s Wireless Backhaul via Satellite, 15th Edition

Wireless Backhaul via Satellite, 15th Edition

PUBLISHED: April 2021

Available Licenses: Standard: $4,795 Enterprise: $8,795

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

NSR’s Wireless Backhaul via Satellite, 15th 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:

  • Cellular Backhaul
  • Trunking
  • Hybrid Networks

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 a high-resolution addressable market assessment for potential population to be served and bandwidth requirements. Also, a revenue forecast for the emerging Managed Services and Network-as-a-Service Business Models is included.

NSR Total Addressable Market Assessment – Wireless Backhaul via Satellite

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.

Bottom Line: what are the actionable insights to capture revenue growth from capacity leases, services and equipment sales in each region and market vertical?

 

NSR’s Wireless Backhaul via Satellite, 15th 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 WBS15 study, the market assessment runs from 2020 to 2030. 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 and Hybrid Networks 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.

Who Should Purchase this Report?
  • Satellite Operators
  • Equipment Vendors
  • Service Providers
  • Mobile Infrastructure Operators
  • Innovation and Industry Agencies
  • Investment Community
  • Anyone Seeking a Detailed, Actionable Assessment of the Satellite Industry with a Particular Focus on Wireless Backhaul markets

Table of Contents

Introduction and Definitions

Executive Summary

  1. Global Overview
    1. Global Analysis
    2. Bottom Line
  2. Wireless Backhaul
    1. Scope and Definitions
    2. Executive Summary
    3. Major Market Trends and Global Figures
      1. Active Sites
      2. Capacity Demand and Revenues
      3. Equipment
      4. Modem Market Share
      5. Bottom Line
    4. Financial Models
      1. GEO ROI Case Study (Macrocell)
      2. GEO ROI Case Study (Smallcell)
      3. Non GEO ROI Case Study (Macroccell)
      4. Elasticity
    5. Addressable Market
    6. Regional Forecast
      1. North America
      2. Latin America
      3. Western Europe
      4. Central and Eastern Europe
      5. Middle East and North Africa
      6. Sub-Saharan Africa
      7. Asia
    7. Comparison with Previous Edition
  3. Trunking
    1. Scope and Definitions
    2. Executive Summary
    3. Major Market Trends and Global Figures
      1. Active Sites
      2. Capacity Demand
      3. Equipment Forecast
      4. Bottom Line
    4. Regional Breakdown
      1. North America
      2. Latin America
      3. Western Europe
      4. Central and Eastern Europe
      5. Middle East and North Africa
      6. Sub-Saharan Africa
      7. Asia
    5. Comparison with Previous Edition
  4. Hybrid Networks
    1. Scope and Definitions
    2. Executive Summary
    3. Major Market Trends and Global Figures
      1. OTT over Satellite
      2. Case Studies
    4. Global Figures
      1. Installed Base and Capacity Demand
      2. Capacity and CPE Revenues
    5. Bottom Line
    6. Comparison with Previous Edition

ANNEX Methodology and Assumptions

List of Exhibits

Executive Summary

    • Active Backhaul Sites by BTS Technology
    • Total Backhaul Capacity Demand
    • Global Backhaul Capacity Revenues
    • Global Backhaul CPE Revenues by Cell Size
    • Global Trunking In-Service Units
    • Total Trunking Capacity Demand
    • Global Trunking Capacity Revenues
    • Global Trunking CPE Revenues
    • Global Hybrid Networks In-Service Units
    • Hybrid Networks Capacity Demand
    • Hybrid Networks Capacity Revenues
    • Hybrid Networks CPE Revenues
  1. 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. Capacity Revenues by Market
    7. CPE Shipments
    8. CPE Revenues
  2. Wireless Backhaul
    1. Active Sites by BTS Technology
    2. Total Backhaul Capacity Demand
    3. Global Backhaul Capacity Revenues
    4. Global Backhaul CPE Revenues by Cell Size
    5. Wireless Backhaul Active Sites by Region
    6. Global Capacity and Service Revenues
    7. Capacity Revenues Evolution 2020-30
    8. Global Shipments by BTS Technology
    9. Global CPE Revenues by Cell Size
    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. Uncovered Populations Agglomerations
    18. Addressable Backhaul Throughput
    19. Addressable Market – Global Bandwidth Needs Heat Map
    20. North America Active Sites by Base Station Technology
    21. North America Active Sites by Cell Size
    22. North America Capacity Demand
    23. North America Wholesale Capacity Revenues by Frequency
    24. North America CPE Revenues by Base Station Technology
    25. Latin America Active Sites by Base Station Technology
    26. Latin America Active Sites by Cell Size
    27. Latin America Capacity and Service Revenues
    28. Latin America Wholesale Capacity Revenues by Frequency
    29. Latin America CPE Revenues by Cell Size
    30. Western Europe Active Sites by Base Station Technology
    31. Western Europe Active Sites by Cell Size
    32. Western Europe Capacity and Service Revenues
    33. Western Europe Wholesale Capacity Revenues by Frequency
    34. Western Europe CPE Revenues by Cell Size
    35. Central and Eastern  Europe Active Sites by Base Station Technology
    36. Central and Eastern Europe Active Sites by Cell Size
    37. Central and Eastern Europe Capacity Demand
    38. Central and Eastern Europe Wholesale Capacity Revenues by Frequency
    39. Central and Eastern Europe CPE Revenues by Cell Size
    40. Middle East and Africa Active Sites by Base Station Technology
    41. Middle East and North Africa Active Sites by Cell Size
    42. Middle East and North Africa Capacity Demand
    43. Middle East and North Africa Wholesale Capacity Revenues by Frequency
    44. Middle East and North Africa CPE Revenues by Base Station Technology
    45. Sub-Saharan Africa Active Sites by Base Station Technology
    46. Sub-Saharan Africa Active Sites by Cell Size
    47. Sub-Saharan Africa CPE Revenues by Frequency
    48. Sub-Saharan Africa Wholesale Capacity Revenues by Frequency
    49. Sub-Saharan Africa Capacity and Service Revenues
    50. Asia Active Sites by Base Station Technology
    51. Asia Active Sites by Cell Size
    52. Asia Capacity and Service Revenues
    53. Asia Wholesale Capacity Revenues by Frequency
    54. Asia CPE Revenues by Base Station Technology
    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. Total Trunking Capacity Demand
    7. Global Capacity Revenues by frequency
    8. Global CPE Shipments
    9. Global CPE Revenues
    10. NAM In-Service Units
    11. NAM Capacity Revenues
    12. NAM CPE Revenues
    13. LAM In-Service Units
    14. LAM Capacity Revenues
    15. LAM CPE Revenues
    16. WEU In-Service Units
    17. WEU Capacity Revenues
    18. WEU CPE Revenues
    19. CEEU In-Service Units
    20. CEEU Capacity Demand
    21. CEEU CPE Revenues
    22. MENA In-Service Units
    23. MENA Capacity Revenues
    24. MENA CPE Revenues
    25. SSA Capacity Revenues
    26. SSA CPE Revenues
    27. ASIA Capacity Revenues
    28. ASIA CPE Revenues
    29. Capacity Demand Comparison with Previous Edition
    30. Capacity Revenues Comparison with Previous Edition
    31. CPE Revenues Comparison with Previous Edition
  4. Hybrid Networks
    1. Hybrid Networks Capacity Demand
    2. Hybrid Networks Capacity Revenues
    3. Hybrid Networks CPE Revenues
    4. Monthly Bandwidth Cost per Channel
    5. Satellite Multicast Cross-over Analysis
    6. Crossover Server Locations at which Satellite is more Cost effective as Transit Cost Varies
    7. Crossover Server Locations at which Satellite is more Cost effective as Bandwidth Varies
    8. Transit Bandwidth for which Satellite is more Cost Effective than Terrestrial Transit
    9. Global In-Service Units
    10. Capacity Demand
    11. Capacity Revenues
    12. CPE Revenues
    13. In-Service Units Comparison with Previous Edition
    14. Capacity Revenues Comparison with Previous Edition
    15. CPE Revenues Comparison with Previous Edition
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