U.S. Wholesale Telecommunications Spending by Wireless Service Providers

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The wireless segment has been one of the several vertical market segments targeted for wholesale telecommunications services. The wireline segment that usually contributed to the major share of business, has been devoid of growth for the last two to three years. Thus, it has become vital for wholesale providers to recognize the vertical markets that still provide some opportunities for revenue growth. Wireless carriers purchase telecommunications services such as long distance and backhaul services, from wholesale providers. These services are required to support the wireless providers’ infrastructure by transporting traffic from the radio access networks (RAN) to the intended destinations.

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U.S. Wholesale Telecommunications Spending by Wireless Service Providers, An Analysis of Transport Expenditures by Wireless ProvidersIntroduction & Scope of the StudyScope of the StudyResearch MethodologyExpenditures OverviewState of the MarketWireless MarketWholesale Services MarketMajor FindingsKey Market Trends - Wireless MarketCarrier Activity Affects Wholesale MarketCarrier Network Evolution to 3GWiMAX: Replacement and Driver for BackhaulPercentage of MinutesPercentage of Data TrafficSubscribers and Cell Sites Penetration of Wireless ServicesMonthly Minutes Of Usage (MOU)Wholesale Market CharacteristicsIndustry ChallengesWholesale Market AnalysisMarket DriversMarket RestraintsMarket Share of Expenditures by Product TypeWholesale Market Expenditures ForecastsTotal ExpendituresDistribution of ExpendituresLong Distance ExpendituresTotal Wireless Backhaul ExpendituresDS-1 Backhaul ExpendituresDS-3 and SONET Backhaul ExpendituresWi-Fi Backhaul ExpendituresConclusionCritical Success FactorsStrategic RecommendationsTotal PresentationTotal Presentation




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