Optimizing Networks: Global Markets for Small Cells and Carrier Wi-Fi
The global market for small cell and carrier-Wi-Fi devices was valued at about $2.7 billion in 2012 and nearly $3.4 billion in 2013. It is expected to reach $4.2 billion in 2014 and $9.1 billion by 2019, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 16.6% for the five-year period, 2014 to 2019.
- An overview of the global market for small cell and carrier-Wi-Fi devices.
- Analyses of global market trends, with data from 2012 and 2013, estimates for 2014, and projections of CAGRs through 2019.
- Markets for these devices broken down by individual country, including the U.S., Canada, Brazil, Mexico, Germany, France, Italy, the U.K., Spain, Turkey, Israel, China, Japan, India and many others.
- Information on the nature of these devices in end-use applications, specifically: factories, residences, offices, public spaces, and under-serviced regions.
SCOPE OF THE REPORT
This report presents the forecasts for small-cell and carrier-Wi-Fi devices for 2014 through 2019 on a volume and value basis.
Sales values are presented in million U.S. dollars.
Unit volumes are presented in thousand units.
These forecasts are further broken down by devices, end applications, cellular waveform generations (only for small cells) and geographic regions.
The report covers the following devices:
- Femtocells. Further broken down by end applications, geographical regions and cellular waveform generations.
- Picocells. Further broken down by end applications, geographical regions and cellular waveform generations.
- Microcells. Further broken down by end applications, geographical regions and cellular waveform generations.
- Carrier-Wi-Fi devices. Further broken down by end applications and geographical regions.
Individual end applications are further broken down by geographical regions.
Breakdown by end applications includes:
- Other outdoor and indoor.
The regional breakdown focuses on:
- The Americas.
- Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA).
- Asia–Pacific (APAC).
Breakdown by cellular waveform generation includes:
- Second generation (2G).
The Executive Summary chapter provides a snapshot of the small-cell and carrier-Wi-Fi-device market by breaking down the dollar sales of small cells and carrier-Wi-Fi devices, by device type.
The Qualitative and Quantitative Overview of Small Cells and Carrier-Wi-Fi Devices chapter defines small cells and carrier Wi-Fi. It describes and analyzes individual device types. It explains the underlying cellular and Wi-Fi technologies at length. The chapter includes explanation of associated relevant technologies and terminologies. It finally provides a high-level overview of the small-cell and carrier-Wi-Fi market.
The Global Markets for Small Cells and Carrier-Wi-Fi Devices—a Detailed Breakdown chapter provides a detailed quantitative treatise of the small-cell and carrier-Wi-Fi-device market. It breaks down the market by end applications, geographical regions and cellular waveform generations. It also performs a deeper analysis on individual small-cell and carrier-Wi-Fi-device markets by breaking them down along end applications, geographical regions and cellular waveform technologies (not present for carrier-Wi-Fi devices). This chapter also breaks down individual end-application markets by geographical regions.
The Stakeholder Category Analysis and Key Player Overview chapter provides a detailed analysis of the supply chain governing small cells and carrier-Wi-Fi devices. It identifies and explains major stakeholder categories. It also profiles and analyzes key players from each category.
The U.S. Patent Analysis chapter covers innovations that impact small cells and carrier-Wi-Fi devices.
Shalini Ramamurthy has extensive experience analyzing and evaluating advanced information technology, including telecommunications and optical networks. She holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Electronics and Telecommunications from Kumaraguru College of Technology in Coimbatore, India, as well as a Master of Science degree in Telecommunications and Software Engineering from the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago.