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Heterogeneous Networks (HetNets): Small Cells & Carrier Wi-Fi Market: Global Advancements, Adoption Trends, Technology Roadmaps, Market Forecasts & Analysis (2013 - 2018)

NEW YORK, Dec. 19, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Heterogeneous Networks (HetNets): Small Cells & Carrier Wi-Fi Market: Global Advancements, Adoption Trends, Technology Roadmaps, Market Forecasts & Analysis (2013 - 2018)

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Mobile operators are in the need of a cost effective way to handle the ever growing demand for mobile data. Traditional methods for handling both capacity and coverage issues require operators to install multiple macro base stations within the cell site, thereby making this technique both expensive and unsustainable, in the long run. With the mobile data demand following an exponential trajectory, HetNets are being seen as a cost effective and technically efficient solution, for improving mobile networks' capacity and coverage.

MarketsandMarkets estimates the HetNets market to be worth $880.73 million in 2012 and is expected to grow to $16.04 billion by 2018 at a CAGR of 62.22%. Being a complex interoperation between macro cells, small cells and Wi-Fi network elements; HetNets are to set to help mobile operators in enabling innovative network deployment models and to provide high quality of experience for customers. HetNets, not just provides a cost effective solution to cope up with the increasing demand in mobile data, but also caters to the increasing need for hot spot distribution and spectral efficiency.

The HetNets market is primarily segmented by products & services. The report encompasses Greenfield and Brownfield deployments, spanning across verticals such as Consumer &Residential, Commercial & Office Buildings, Utilities, Public Safety & Security, Transportation & Logistics, Academia & Education, Travel & Hospitality and Others. The report provides insights on five major geographies including North America (NA), Europe, Middle East & Africa (MEA), Asia-Pacific (APAC), and Latin America (LA). The report also analyzes global advancements, adoption trends, technology roadmaps, and market forecasts for different segments of HetNets solutions.

Scope of the Report

This research report provides revenue segmentation of HetNets Market on the basis of products, services, deployment scenarios, verticals and geographies.

On the basis of Products

FemtocellsPicocellsMicrocellsCarrier Wi-FiOn the basis of Services

Design & Consulting

RF Planning

Integration

Testing

Training

On the basis of Deployment

Greenfield deployment

Brownfield deployment

On the basis of Verticals

Consumer & ResidentialCommercial & Office buildingsUtilities – Energy, Oil & GasPublic Safety & SecurityTransportation & LogisticsAcademia & EducationTravel & Hospitality

On the basis of Geographies

North America (NA)Europe (EU)Middle-East Africa (MEA)Asia-Pacific, incl. Japan (APAC)Latin America (LA)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 INTRODUCTION 20

1.1 KEY TAKE-AWAYS 20

1.2 REPORT DESCRIPTION 20

1.3 MARKETS COVERED 21

1.4 STAKEHOLDERS 23

1.5 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 23

2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 24

3 MARKET OVERVIEW 26

3.1 MARKET DEFINITION – HETNETS 26

3.2 MARKET EVOLUTION & NEED 27

3.3 MARKET SEGMENTATION 29

3.4 OVERALL MARKET SIZE 29

3.5 MARKET DYNAMICS 31

3.5.1 DRIVERS 31

3.5.1.1 Mobile Data Traffic Growth 31

3.5.1.2 Attractive Cost Effective Means of Data Offload 31

3.5.1.3 Lack of available spectrum 31

3.5.2 RESTRAINTS 31

3.5.2.1 Adapting SON 31

3.5.2.2 HetNet Wireless Security 32

3.5.2.3 Wireless Backhaul Technology Development 32

3.5.2.4 Deployment Issues 32

3.5.2.5 Lack of Operator Commitment 32

3.5.3 OPPORTUNITIES 33

3.5.3.1 Small Cell as a Service 33

3.5.3.2 Cost Savings and Better Efficiency 33

3.5.3.3 Integration of Wi-Fi within Network 33

3.6 IMPACT ANALYSIS OF DROS 34

3.7 HETNETS ARCHITECTURE 35

3.8 SMALL CELLS ECOSYSTEM 40

4 HETNETS: TECHNICAL CONSIDERATIONS, WIRELESS BACKHAUL SOLUTIONS & APPLICATIONS 42

4.1 TECHNICAL CONSIDERATIONS 42

4.1.1 MOBILITY 42

4.1.2 QUALITY OF SERVICE 43

4.1.3 SECURITY 43

4.1.4 SELF ORGANIZING NETWORK (SON) 44

4.2 BACKHAUL SOLUTIONS 44

4.2.1 LINE-OF-SIGHT (LOS): 11 GHZ TO 42 GHZ BANDS 44

4.2.2 E-BAND LOS: 60GHZ BAND 44

4.2.3 NON-LINE-OF-SIGHT (NLOS): SUB 6GHZ LICENSED TDDSPECTRUM 45

4.3 BACKHAUL APPLICATION AND CHALLENGES 46

4.3.1 STREETS 46

4.3.2 RAILWAY STATIONS 47

4.3.3 HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS 47

4.3.4 SMALL OFFICES 47

4.3.5 TOWN SQUARE 48

5 HETNETS: MARKET SIZE, ANALYSIS & FORECAST BY PRODUCTS 49

5.1 OVERVIEW BY PRODUCT TYPES 50

5.2 FEMTOCELLS 53

5.2.1 OVERVIEW 53

5.2.2 MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST BY UNIT SHIPMENTS 53

5.2.3 MARKET SIZE & FORECAST BY REVENUES 55

5.3 PICOCELLS 57

5.3.1 OVERVIEW 57

5.3.2 MARKET SIZE & FORECAST BY UNIT SHIPMENTS 57

5.3.3 MARKET SIZE & FORECAST BY REVENUES 59

5.4 MICROCELLS 61

5.4.1 OVERVIEW 61

5.4.2 MARKET SIZE & FORECAST BY UNIT SHIPMENTS 61

5.4.3 MARKET SIZE & FORECAST BY REVENUES 63

5.5 CARRIER WI-FI 65

5.5.1 OVERVIEW 65

5.5.2 MARKET SIZE & FORECAST BY UNIT SHIPMENTS 65

5.5.3 MARKET SIZE & FORECAST BY REVENUES 67

6 HETNETS: MARKET SIZE, ANALYSIS & FORECAST BY SERVICES 70

6.1 OVERVIEW-BY SERVICES TYPES 71

6.2 DESIGN & CONSULTING 74

6.2.1 OVERVIEW 74

6.2.2 MARKET SIZE & FORECAST 74

6.3 RF PLANNING 76

6.3.1 OVERVIEW 76

6.3.2 MARKET SIZE & FORECAST 76

6.4 INTEGRATION 78

6.4.1 OVERVIEW 78

6.4.2 MARKET SIZE & FORECAST 78

6.5 TESTING 80

6.5.1 OVERVIEW 80

6.5.2 MARKET SIZE & FORECAST 80

6.6 TRAINING 82

6.6.1 OVERVIEW 82

6.6.2 MARKET SIZE & FORECAST 82

7 HETNETS: MARKET SIZE, ANALYSIS & FORECAST

BY DEPLOYMENTS 85

7.1 OVERVIEW-BY DEPLOYMENTS TYPES 86

7.2 GREENFIELD DEPLOYMENTS 89

7.2.1 OVERVIEW 89

7.2.2 MARKET SIZE & FORECAST 89

7.3 BROWNFIELD DEPLOYMENTS 91

7.3.1 OVERVIEW 91

7.3.2 MARKET SIZE & FORECAST 91

8 HETNETS MARKET SIZE, ANALYSIS & FORECAST BY VERTICALS 94

8.1 OVERVIEW BY TYPES 95

8.2 CONSUMER & RESIDENTIAL 99

8.2.1 OVERVIEW 99

8.2.2 MARKET SIZE & FORECAST 99

8.3 COMMERCIAL & OFFICE BUILDINGS 101

8.3.1 OVERVIEW 101

8.3.2 MARKET SIZE & FORECAST 101

8.4 UTILITIES – ENERGY, OIL & GAS 103

8.4.1 OVERVIEW 103

8.4.2 MARKET SIZE & FORECAST 103

8.5 PUBLIC SAFETY & SECURITY 105

8.5.1 OVERVIEW 105

8.5.2 MARKET SIZE & FORECAST 105

8.6 TRANSPORTATION & LOGISTICS 107

8.6.1 OVERVIEW 107

8.6.2 MARKET SIZE & FORECAST 107

8.7 ACADEMIA & EDUCATION 109

8.7.1 OVERVIEW 109

8.7.2 MARKET SIZE & FORECAST 109

8.8 TRAVEL & HOSPITALITY 111

8.8.1 OVERVIEW 111

8.8.2 MARKET SIZE & FORECAST 111

8.9 OTHERS 113

8.9.1 OVERVIEW 113

8.9.2 MARKET SIZE & FORECAST 113

9 HETNETS: MARKET SIZE, ANALYSIS & FORECASTS

BY GEOGRAPHIES 115

9.1 OVERVIEW-BY GEOGRAPHIES 116

9.2 NORTH AMERICA 121

9.2.1 OVERVIEW 121

9.2.2 MARKET SIZE & FORECAST: PRODUCTS 121

9.2.3 MARKET SIZE & FORECAST: SERVICES 123

9.3 EUROPE 125

9.3.1 OVERVIEW 125

9.3.2 MARKET SIZE & FORECAST: PRODUCTS 125

9.3.3 MARKET SIZE & FORECAST: SERVICES 127

9.4 ASIA-PACIFIC (INCLUDING JAPAN) 129

9.4.1 OVERVIEW 129

9.4.2 MARKET SIZE & FORECAST: PRODUCTS 129

9.4.3 MARKET SIZE & FORECAST: SERVICES 131

9.5 MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA 133

9.5.1 OVERVIEW 133

9.5.2 MARKET SIZE & FORECAST: PRODUCTS 133

9.5.3 MARKET SIZE & FORECAST: SERVICES 135

9.6 LATIN AMERICA 137

9.6.1 OVERVIEW 137

9.6.2 MARKET SIZE & FORECAST: PRODUCTS 137

9.6.3 MARKET SIZE & FORECAST: SERVICES 139

10 HETNETS: ADOPTIONS BENEFITS & FUTURE TRENDS 141

10.1 ADOPTION BENEFITS 141

10.1.1 INCREASED NETWORK CAPACITY & ENHANCED USER EXPERIENCE 141

10.1.2 RANGE EXPANSION 141

10.1.3 BROADBAND EXPERIENCE 141

10.1.4 NETWORK LOAD BALANCING 142

10.2 FUTURE TRENDS & ROADMAP 142

10.2.1 FUTURE TRENDS & CONSIDERATIONS 142

10.2.2 TECHNOLOGY & MARKET ROADMAP 143

10.2.3 SMALL CELL AS A SERVICE 144

11 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 146

11.1 MERGERS AND ACQUISTIONS 146

11.2 VENTURE CAPITAL FUNDING 149

12 HETNETS: NETWORK STRATEGIES, DEPLOYMENT CHOICES, ROADMAP & OPPORTUNITIES 153

12.1 MOBILE NETWORK STRATEGIES 153

12.1.1 NETWORK TRAFFIC OFFLOAD VIA MICROCELLS & PICOCELLS 153

12.1.2 NETWORK TRAFFIC OFFLOAD VIA FEMTOCELLS 154

12.1.3 NETWORK TRAFFIC OFFLOAD VIA WI-FI 155

12.2 DEPLOYMENT TIMELINES & OPPORTUNITIES 157

12.2.1 SERVICE PROVIDER & OPERATOR OUTLOOK 157

12.2.2 NEW OPPORTUNITIES & MARKETS 158

13 COMPANY PROFILES 161

(Overview, Products & Services, Strategy & Analyst Insights)*

13.1 AIRHOP COMMUNICATIONS 161

13.2 AIRVANA LLC 163

13.3 ALCATEL-LUCENT 165

13.4 ALVARION 167

13.5 AT&T 170

13.6 BLINQ NETWORKS 172

13.7 CAMBRIDGE BROADBAND NETWORKS 174

13.8 CISCO SYSTEMS 176

13.9 CLOUDBERRY MOBILE 178

13.10 ERICSSON 180

13.11 HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES 182

13.12 IP.ACCESS 184

13.13 MINDSPEED TECHNOLOGIES INC 186

13.14 NEC CORPORATION 188

13.15 NETGEAR INC 190

13.16 NOKIA SIEMENS NETWORKS 192

13.17 QUALCOMM 194

13.18 RADISYS CORPORATION 196

13.19 RUCKUS WIRELESS 199

13.20 SAMSUNG 202

13.21 TAQUA 204

13.22 TARANA WIRELESS 206

13.23 TEXAS INSTRUMENTS 208

13.24 TELEFONICA O2 210

13.25 ZTE CORPORATION 212

*Details on financials, product & services, strategy, and developments might not be captured in case of unlisted companies.

LIST OF TABLES

TABLE 1 GLOBAL HETNETS MARKET REVENUE, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 25

TABLE 2 GLOBAL HETNETS MARKET REVENUE, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 30

TABLE 3 IMPACT ANALYSIS OF DROS 34

TABLE 4 HETNETS MARKET REVENUE BY PRODUCT TYPES, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 50

TABLE 5 HETNETS MARKET REVENUE BY PRODUCT TYPES,

2012 – 2018, Y-O-Y (%) 51

TABLE 6 UNIT SHIPMENTS IN FEMTOCELLS BY GEOGRAPHIES,

2012 – 2018 (IN THOUSANDS) 53

TABLE 7 Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR FEMTOCELLS UNITS SHIPMENTS

BY GEOGRAPHIES, 2012- 2018 (%) 54

TABLE 8 HETNETS MARKET REVENUES FOR FEMTOCELLS BY GEOGRAPHIES, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 55

TABLE 9 Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR FEMTOCELLS REVENUES BY GEOGRAPHIES,

2012 – 2018 (%) 56

TABLE 10 UNIT SHIPMENTS IN PICOCELLS BY GEOGRAPHIES, 2012 – 2018

(IN THOUSANDS) 57

TABLE 11 Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR PICOCELLS UNIT SHIPMENTS BY GEOGRAPHIES, 2012 – 2018 (%) 58

TABLE 12 HETNETS MARKET REVENUES FOR PICOCELLS BY GEOGRAPHIES,

2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 59

TABLE 13 Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR PICOCELLS REVENUES BY GEOGRAPHIES,

2012 – 2018 (%) 60

TABLE 14 UNIT SHIPMENTS IN MICROCELLS BY GEOGRAPHIES,

2012 – 2018 (IN THOUSANDS) 61

TABLE 15 Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR MICROCELLS UNIT SHIPMENTS BY GEOGRAPHIES, 2012 – 2018 (%) 62

TABLE 16 HETNETS MARKET REVENUES FOR MICROCELLS BY GEOGRAPHIES, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 63

TABLE 17 Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR MICROCELLS REVENUES BY GEOGRAPHIES,

2012 – 2018 (%) 64

TABLE 18 UNIT SHIPMENTS IN CARRIER WI-FI BY GEOGRAPHIES,

2012 – 2018 (IN THOUSANDS) 65

TABLE 19 Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR CARRIER WI-FI UNIT SHIPMENTS

BY GEOGRAPHIES, 2012 – 2018 (%) 66

TABLE 20 HETNETS MARKET REVENUES FOR CARRIER WI-FI BY GEOGRAPHIES, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 67

TABLE 21 Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR CARRIER WI-FI REVENUES BY GEOGRAPHIES, 2012 – 2018 (%) 68

TABLE 22 HETNETS MARKET REVENUE BY SERVICES TYPES,

2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 72

TABLE 23 HETNETS MARKET REVENUE BY SERVICES TYPES,

2012 – 2018, Y-O-Y (%) 72

TABLE 24 HETNETS SERVICES MARKET REVENUES FROM DESIGN & CONSULTING BY GEOGRAPHIES, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 74

TABLE 25 Y-O-Y GROWTH OF REVENUES FOR DESIGN & CONSULTING

BY GEOGRAPHIES, 2012 – 2018 (%) 75

TABLE 26 HETNETS MARKET REVENUES FROM RF PLANNING SERVICES

BY GEOGRAPHIES, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 76

TABLE 27 Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR MARKET REVENUES FROM RF PLANNING SERVICES BY GEOGRAPHIES, 2012 – 2018 (%) 77

TABLE 28 HETNETS MARKET REVENUES FROM INTEGRATION SERVICES

BY GEOGRAPHIES, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLIONS) 78

TABLE 29 Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR MARKET REVENUES FROM INTEGRATION SERVICES BY GEOGRAPHIES, 2012 – 2018 (%) 79

TABLE 30 HETNETS MARKET REVENUES FROM TESTING SERVICES

BY GEOGRAPHIES, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLIONS) 80

TABLE 31 Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR MARKET REVENUES FROM TESTING SERVICES

BY GEOGRAPHIES, 2012 – 2018 (%) 81

TABLE 32 HETNETS MARKET REVENUES FROM TRAINING SERVICES

BY GEOGRAPHIES, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLIONS) 82

TABLE 33 Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR MARKET REVENUES FROM TRAINING SERVICES

BY GEOGRAPHIES, 2012 – 2018 (%) 83

TABLE 34 HETNETS MARKET REVENUE BY DEPLOYMENTS TYPES,

2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 86

TABLE 35 HETNETS MARKET REVENUE BY DEPLOYMENTS TYPES,

2012 – 2018, Y-O-Y (%) 87

TABLE 36 HETNETS DEPLOYMENTS MARKET REVENUES FROM GREENFIELD

BY PRODUCTS & SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 89

TABLE 37 Y-O-Y GROWTH OF REVENUES FOR GREENFIELD BY PRODUCTS & SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 (%) 90

TABLE 38 HETNETS DEPLOYMENTS MARKET REVENUES FROM BROWNFIELD

BY PRODUCTS & SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 91

TABLE 39 Y-O-Y GROWTH OF REVENUES FOR BROWNFIELD BY PRODUCTS & SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 (%) 92

TABLE 40 HETNETS MARKET REVENUE BY VERTICALS TYPES, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 95

TABLE 41 HETNETS MARKET REVENUE BY VERTICALS TYPES,

2012 – 2018, Y-O-Y (%) 96

TABLE 42 HETNETS MARKET REVENUES FROM CONSUMER & RESIDENTIAL VERTICAL BY PRODUCTS & SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 99

TABLE 43 Y-O-Y GROWTH OF REVENUES FOR CONSUMER & RESIDENTIAL VERTICAL BY PRODUCTS & SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 (%) 100

TABLE 44 HETNETS MARKET REVENUES FROM COMMERCIAL & OFFICE BUILDINGS VERTICAL BY PRODUCTS & SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLIONS) 101

TABLE 45 Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR MARKET REVENUES FROM COMMERCIAL & OFFICE BUILDINGS VERTICAL BY PRODUCTS & SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 (%) 102

TABLE 46 HETNETS MARKET REVENUES FROM UTILITIES - ENERGY, OIL & GAS VERTICAL BY PRODUCTS & SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLIONS) 103

TABLE 47 Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR MARKET REVENUES FROM UTILITIES - ENERGY, OIL & GAS VERTICAL BY PRODUCTS & SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 (%) 104

TABLE 48 HETNETS MARKET REVENUES FROM PUBLIC SAFETY & SECURITY VERTICAL BY PRODUCTS & SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLIONS) 105

TABLE 49 Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR MARKET REVENUES FROM PUBLIC SAFETY & SECURITY VERTICAL BY PRODUCTS & SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 (%) 106

TABLE 50 HETNETS MARKET REVENUES FROM TRANSPORTATION & LOGISTICS VERTICAL BY PRODUCTS & SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLIONS) 107

TABLE 51 Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR MARKET REVENUES FROM TRANSPORTATION & LOGISTICS VERTICAL BY PRODUCTS & SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 (%) 108

TABLE 52 HETNETS MARKET REVENUES FROM ACADEMIA & EDUCATION VERTICAL BY PRODUCTS & SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLIONS) 109

TABLE 53 Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR MARKET REVENUES FROM ACADEMIA & EDUCATION VERTICAL BY PRODUCTS & SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 (%) 110

TABLE 54 HETNETS MARKET REVENUES FROM TRAVEL & HOSPITALITY VERTICAL BY PRODUCTS & SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLIONS) 111

TABLE 55 Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR MARKET REVENUES FROM TRAVEL & HOSPITALITY VERTICAL BY PRODUCTS & SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 (%) 112

TABLE 56 HETNETS MARKET REVENUES FROM OTHERS VERTICAL BY PRODUCTS & SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLIONS) 113

TABLE 57 Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR MARKET REVENUES FROM OTHERS VERTICAL

BY PRODUCTS & SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 (%) 114

TABLE 58 HETNETS GLOBAL PRODUCTS MARKET REVENUE BY GEOGRAPHIES, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 116

TABLE 59 HETNETS GLOBAL PRODUCTS MARKET REVENUE BY GEOGRAPHIES, 2012 – 2018, Y-O-Y (%) 117

TABLE 60 HETNETS GLOBAL SERVICES MARKET REVENUE BY GEOGRAPHIES, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 119

TABLE 61 HETNETS GLOBAL SERVICES MARKET REVENUE BY GEOGRAPHIES, 2012 – 2018, Y-O-Y (%) 119

TABLE 62 HETNETS MARKET REVENUES FROM NORTH AMERICA BY PRODUCTS, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 121

TABLE 63 Y-O-Y GROWTH OF REVENUES FOR NORTH AMERICA BY PRODUCTS, 2012 – 2018 (%) 122

TABLE 64 HETNETS MARKET REVENUES FROM NORTH AMERICA BY SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 123

TABLE 65 Y-O-Y GROWTH OF REVENUES FOR NORTH AMERICA BY SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 (%) 124

TABLE 66 HETNETS MARKET REVENUES FROM EUROPE BY PRODUCTS,

2012 – 2018 ($MILLIONS) 125

TABLE 67 Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR MARKET REVENUES FROM EUROPE BY PRODUCTS, 2012 – 2018 (%) 126

TABLE 68 HETNETS MARKET REVENUES FROM EUROPE BY SERVICES,

2012 – 2018 ($MILLIONS) 127

TABLE 69 Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR MARKET REVENUES FROM EUROPE BY SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 (%) 128

TABLE 70 HETNETS MARKET: REVENUES FROM ASIA-PACIFIC

(INCLUDING JAPAN) BY PRODUCTS, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 129

TABLE 71 Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR MARKET REVENUES FROM ASIA-PACIFIC(INCLUDING JAPAN) BY PRODUCTS, 2012 – 2018 (%) 130

TABLE 72 HETNETS MARKET REVENUES FROM ASIA-PACIFIC (INCLUDING JAPAN) BY SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLIONS) 131

TABLE 73 Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR MARKET REVENUES FROM ASIA-PACIFIC (INCLUDING JAPAN) BY SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 (%) 132

TABLE 74 HETNETS MARKET REVENUES FROM MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA

BY PRODUCTS, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLIONS) 133

TABLE 75 Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR MARKET REVENUES FROM MIDDLE EAST &

AFRICA BY PRODUCTS, 2012 – 2018 (%) 134

TABLE 76 HETNETS MARKET REVENUES FROM MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA BY SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLIONS) 135

TABLE 77 Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR MARKET REVENUES FROM MIDDLE EAST &

AFRICA BY SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 (%) 136

TABLE 78 HETNETS MARKET REVENUES FROM LATIN AMERICA BY PRODUCTS, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLIONS) 137

TABLE 79 Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR MARKET REVENUES FROM LATIN AMERICA

BY PRODUCTS, 2012 – 2018 (%) 138

TABLE 80 HETNETS MARKET REVENUES FROM LATIN AMERICA BY SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLIONS) 139

TABLE 81 Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR MARKET REVENUES FROM LATIN AMERICA

BY SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 (%) 140

TABLE 82 IMPACT ANALYSIS OF MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS IN HETNETS MARKET 146

TABLE 83 VC FUNDING IN HETNETS MARKET 149

TABLE 84 OPERATOR DEPLOYMENT OUTLOOK 157

TABLE 85 DEPLOYMENT STRATEGY OUTLOOK 158

LIST OF FIGURES

FIGURE 1 GLOBAL HETNETS MARKET REVENUE VS Y-O-Y GROWTH, 2012 – 2018 30FIGURE 2 HETNETS ECOSYSTEM 41FIGURE 3 HETNETS MARKET REVENUE BY PRODUCT TYPES VS Y-O-Y GROWTH, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLIONS) 51FIGURE 4 HETNETS MARKET BY PRODUCT TYPES Y-O-Y, 2012 – 2018 52FIGURE 5 HETNETS MARKET: Y-O-Y GROWTH IN UNIT SHIPMENTS OF FEMTOCELLS (%), BY GEOGRAPHIES, 2012 – 2018 54FIGURE 6 HETNETS MARKET: Y-O-Y GRWOTH IN REVENUES OF FEMTOCELLS (%), BY GEOGRAPHIES, 2012 – 2018 56FIGURE 7 HETNETS MARKET: Y-O-Y GROWTH IN UNIT SHIPMENTS OF PICOCELLS (%), BY GEOGRAPHIES, 2012 – 2018 58FIGURE 8 HETNETS MARKET: Y-O-Y GRWOTH IN REVENUES OF PICOCELLS (%), BY GEOGRAPHIES, 2012 – 2018 60FIGURE 9 HETNETS MARKET: Y-O-Y GROWTH IN UNIT SHIPMENTS OF MICROCELLS (%), BY GEOGRAPHIES, 2012 – 2018 62FIGURE 10 HETNETS MARKET: Y-O-Y GRWOTH IN REVENUES OF MICROCELLS (%), BY GEOGRAPHIES, 2012 – 2018 64FIGURE 11 HETNETS MARKET: Y-O-Y GROWTH IN UNIT SHIPMENTS OF CARRIER WI-FI (%), BY GEOGRAPHIES, 2012 – 2018 66FIGURE 12 HETNETS MARKET: Y-O-Y GRWOTH IN REVENUES OF CARRIER WI-FI (%), BY GEOGRAPHIES, 2012 – 2018 68FIGURE 13 HETNETS MARKET REVENUE BY SERVICES TYPES VS Y-O-Y GROWTH, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLIONS) 73FIGURE 14 HETNETS MARKET BY SERVICES TYPES Y-O-Y, 2012 – 2018 73FIGURE 15 HETNETS MARKET: Y-O-Y GRWOTH IN REVENUES FROM DESIGN & CONSULTING SERVICES (%), BY GEOGRAPHIES, 2012 – 2018 75FIGURE 16 HETNETS MARKET: Y-O-Y GROWTH IN REVENUES FROM RF PLANNING SERVICES BY GEOGRAPHIES (%), BY GEOGRAPHIES, 2012 – 2018 77FIGURE 17 HETNETS MARKET: Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR MARKET REVENUES FROM INTEGRATION SERVICES BY GEOGRAPHIES, 2012 – 2018 79FIGURE 18 HETNETS MARKET: Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR MARKET REVENUES FROM TESTING SERVICES BY GEOGRAPHIES, 2012 – 2018 81FIGURE 19 HETNETS MARKET: Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR MARKET REVENUES FROM TRAINING SERVICES BY GEOGRAPHIES, 2012 – 2018 83FIGURE 20 HETNETS MARKET REVENUE BY DEPLOYMENTS TYPES VS Y-O-Y GROWTH, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLIONS & %) 87FIGURE 21 HETNETS MARKET BY DEPLOYMENTS TYPES Y-O-Y, 2012 – 2018 88FIGURE 22 HETNETS MARKET: Y-O-Y GROWTH IN REVENUES FROM GREENFIELD DEPLOYMENTS (%), BY PRODUCTS & SERVICES 2012 – 2018 90FIGURE 23 HETNETS MARKET: Y-O-Y GROWTH IN REVENUES FROM BROWNFIELD DEPLOYMENTS (%), BY PRODUCTS & SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 92FIGURE 24 HETNETS MARKET REVENUE BY VERTICALS TYPES VS Y-O-Y GROWTH, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLIONS) 97FIGURE 25 HETNETS MARKET BY VERTICALS TYPES Y-O-Y, 2012 – 2018 98FIGURE 26 HETNETS MARKET: Y-O-Y GRWOTH IN REVENUES FROM CONSUMER & RESIDENTIAL VERTICAL (%), BY PRODUCTS & SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 100FIGURE 27 HETNETS MARKET: Y-O-Y GROWTH IN REVENUES FROM COMMERCIAL & OFFICE BUILDINGS VERTICAL BY PRODUCTS & SERVICES (%), 2012 – 2018 102FIGURE 28 HETNETS MARKET: Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR MARKET REVENUES FROM UTILITIES - ENERGY, OIL & GAS VERTICAL BY PRODUCTS & SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 104FIGURE 29 HETNETS MARKET: Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR MARKET REVENUES FROM PUBLIC SAFETY & SECURITY VERTICAL BY PRODUCTS & SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 106FIGURE 30 HETNETS MARKET: Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR MARKET REVENUES FROM TRANSPORTATION & LOGISTICS VERTICAL BY PRODUCTS & SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 108FIGURE 31 HETNETS MARKET: Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR MARKET REVENUES FROM ACADEMIA & EDUCATION VERTICAL BY PRODUCTS & SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 110FIGURE 32 HETNETS MARKET: Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR MARKET REVENUES FROM TRAVEL & HOSPITALITY VERTICAL BY PRODUCTS & SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 112FIGURE 33 HETNETS MARKET: Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR MARKET REVENUES FROM OTHERS VERTICAL BY PRODUCTS & SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 114FIGURE 34 HETNETS GLOBAL PRODUCTS MARKET REVENUE BY GEOGRAPHIES VS Y-O-Y GROWTH, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLIONS) 117FIGURE 35 HETNETS GLOBAL PRODUCTS MARKET REVENUE BY GEOGRAPHIES Y-O-Y, 2012 – 2018 118FIGURE 36 HETNETS GLOBAL SERVICES MARKET REVENUE BY GEOGRAPHIES VS Y-O-Y GROWTH, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 120FIGURE 37 HETNETS GLOBAL SERVICES MARKET REVENUE BY GEOGRAPHIES Y-O-Y, 2012 – 2018 120FIGURE 38 HETNETS MARKET: Y-O-Y GRWOTH IN REVENUES FROM NORTH AMERICA SERVICES (%), BY PRODUCTS, 2012 – 2018 122FIGURE 39 HETNETS MARKET: Y-O-Y GRWOTH IN REVENUES FROM NORTH AMERICA (%), BY SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 124FIGURE 40 HETNETS MARKET: Y-O-Y GROWTH IN REVENUES FROM EUROPE BY PRODUCTS (%), 2012 – 2018 126FIGURE 41 HETNETS MARKET: Y-O-Y GROWTH IN REVENUES FROM EUROPE BY SERVICES (%), 2012 – 2018 128FIGURE 42 HETNETS MARKET: Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR MARKET REVENUES ASIA-PACIFIC (INCLUDING JAPAN) BY PRODUCTS, 2012 – 2018 130FIGURE 43 HETNETS MARKET: Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR MARKET REVENUES FROM ASIA-PACIFIC (INCLUDING JAPAN) BY SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 132FIGURE 44 HETNETS MARKET: Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR MARKET REVENUES FROM MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA BY PRODUCTS, 2012 – 2018 134FIGURE 45 HETNETS MARKET: Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR MARKET REVENUES FROM MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA BY SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 136FIGURE 46 HETNETS MARKET: Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR MARKET REVENUES FROM LATIN AMERICA BY PRODUCTS, 2012 – 2018 138FIGURE 47 HETNETS MARKET: Y-O-Y GROWTH FOR MARKET REVENUES FROM LATIN AMERICA BY SERVICES, 2012 – 2018 140FIGURE 48 DEPLOYING MICRO & PICOCELLS WITHIN THE SAME FREQUENCY CHANNEL AS MACRO 154FIGURE 49 WI-FI OFFLOADS OVER 3G NETWORKS. 156

To order this report: Wireless_Technology Industry: Heterogeneous Networks (HetNets): Small Cells & Carrier Wi-Fi Market: Global Advancements, Adoption Trends, Technology Roadmaps, Market Forecasts & Analysis (2013 - 2018)

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