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The research service projects mobile wireless industry revenues, cell sites, and subscribers. It uses these market metrics to determine demand for wholesale backhaul services and describes the wholesale backhaul market.

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Wholesale Telecom Spending by Wireless Providers, Scope of Research and Key FindingsScope of ResearchScope of ResearchOverview and DefinitionsKey FindingsCommoditization of Voice MinutesDemand for Backhaul Services DS1 Not a Long-term Backhaul SolutionNo Universal Successor to the DS1 Line Wholesale Telecom Spending by Wireless Providers, Growth of Mobile CommunicationsIntroductionMobile Communications Industry GrowthNon-voice ApplicationsState of the IndustryOverall Industry ConditionNew Mobile Services and DevicesIndustry Market ShareMobile Service Provider Market SharePrevious Mobile Service Provider Market ShareGeographic CoverageCounties with Three or More ProvidersCounties With Four or More ProvidersOverlap Between Different Mobile Providers Cell Site Growth and OwnershipNumber of Subscribers per Cell SitesWholesale Telecom Spending by Wireless Providers, Data Requirements for Mobile Data and Video ServiceIntroductionIntroductionMobile Services Bandwidth RequirementsBandwidth Requirements for Different Types of ServiceData Profile Data by User TypeCamera Enabled Cell PhonesData Services Bandwidth GrowthData Service Usage ExamplesVideo Share of Backhaul UsageBackhaul Requirements for Individual SubscribersBasic Backhaul Issue Danger of OvercapacityUnexpected Video SuccessUnstable Video Backhaul DemandWholesale Telecom Spending by Wireless Providers, Mobile Industry RevenueIntroductionIntroductionMobile Wireless ARPUARPU GrowthMaintaining ARPUMajor Players ARPUARPU Distribution Amongst Major PlayersBoosting ARPU with Non-Voice ServicesSubscribers and Minutes of UseSubscriber GrowthRevenue per MegabitRevenue for Different ServicesNew Services Replace Revenue LosesWholesale Telecom Spending by Wireless Providers, Decline of DS1IntroductionIntroductionCurrent Backhaul SolutionsCurrent DS1 DeploymentsRising Demand and Falling Value of MoUBackhaul Spending TrendsBackhaul Spending AssumptionsFuture ConcernsDS1 WeaknessesCase Against DS1DS1 Replacement TimelineDS1 Replacement PrioritiesQuality of ServiceNetwork MonitoringSpeed of ProvisioningPrice as Replacement GoalFlexibility as Replacement GoalMoving Backhaul in HousePartial In House BuildsOpportunities for Current Backhaul SuppliersWired Upgrade PathsIn House Backhaul DS-3 or SONETPseudowire over CopperWholesale Telecom Spending by Wireless Providers, Backhaul Market DynamicsMarket DriversVideo Service RolloutsGrowing Number of Voice MinutesGrowth in Number of Cell SitesContinued Reconfiguration of Cell CoverageIncreasing Data Service UsageMarket RestraintsCost of ServiceIncreasing Use of Provider’s Own NetworksNew Backhaul TechnologiesPrice of Service




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