'The Small Cells Market to Reach $233.7m in 2012' Says Visiongain Report

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'The Small Cells Market to Reach $233.7m in 2012' Says Visiongain Report PR Newswire LONDON, October 9, 2012 LONDON, October 9, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Visiongain's analysis indicates that the total value of the global small cells market will reach $233.7 million in 2012, with an ever increasing proliferation of mobile broadband, the small cells market is poised for growth for vendors and solution providers as there is a huge uptake both from the consumer market, enterprise sector and the mobile operators, driven by limited spectrum and capacity constraints. Following the widespread growth of smartphones and other portable connected devices in recent years, there has been a huge expansion in mobile data consumption. One of the key issues for MNO's has been to address this increasing data traffic demand with sufficient capacity at high speeds. Due to limited spectrum availability and increasing rates of data consumption, the user experience is somewhat sacrificed. One of the solutions to the rising wireless broadband capacity crunch is through deploying heterogeneous networks (Hetnets) comprising of macro cells and a range of small cell solutions, namely microcells, picocells, carrier Wi-Fi and femtocells.

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'The Small Cells Market to Reach $233.7m in 2012' Says Visiongain Report
PR Newswire LONDON, October 9, 2012
LONDON,October 9, 2012/PRNewswire/ --
Visiongain's analysis indicates that the total value of theglobal small cells marketwill reach$233.7 millionin 2012, with an ever increasing proliferation of mobile broadband, the small cellsmarketis poised for growth for vendors and solution providers as there is a huge uptake both from the consumer market, enterprise sector and the mobile operators, driven by limited spectrum and capacity constraints.
Following the widespread growth of smartphones and other portable connected devices in recent years, there has been a huge expansion in mobile data consumption. O ne of the key issues for MNO's has been to address this increasing data traffic demand with sufficient capacity at high speeds. Due to limited spectrum availability and increasing rates of data consumption, the user experience is somewhat sacrificed. One of the solutions to the rising wireless broadband capacity crunch is through deploying heterogeneous networks (Hetnets) comprising of macro cells and a range of small cell solutions, namely m icrocells, picocells, carrier Wi-Fi and femtocells.
The visiongain author of The Small Cells Market 2012-2017 report commented that 'More recently, with the widespread rollout of 4G LTE technologies there has been a renewed vigour in the deployment of 4G small cells in the form of public space femto cells and mini eNode base stations, in order to keep up with the increasing capacity and backhaul requirements for ubiquitous access to mobile broadband at 4G speeds'.
The report contains 58 tables, charts and graphs that add visual analysis in order to explain developing trends within the small cells market. Visiongain provides forecasts for the period 2012-2017 in terms of revenue & shipments for the global small cells industry, as w ell as a breakdown of small cells by type. In addition, 5 regional small cell markets have been forecasted and analysed by visiongain over the period 2012-2017. The report also provides profiles of 22 leading companies operating within the small cells ecosystem, and includes 4 exclusive visiongain interviews with leading experts in the small cells value chain, namely Ubiquisys, Stoke, Sm all Cell Forum and Ruckus Wireless, providing expert insight alongside Visiongain analysis.
The report provides a holistic view of the small cells market and its strong connection to the mobile broadband requirements, with a critical analysis of how key industry players can effectively leverage the market in order to get ahead of competition. The report looks at established, emerging and innovative market players, their different offerings and the current and future outlook of the small cells market on a global and regional level.
The Small Cells Market 2012-2017 report will be of value to current and future potential investors into the small cells industry, as well as companies and research centres who wish to broaden their knowledge of the small cells market.
For sample pages and further information concerning the Visiongain report The Small Cells Market 2012-2017, please visithttp://www.visiongain.com/Report/907/The-Small-Cells-Market-2012-2017
Companies listed in this report include: 4M Wireless Ablaze Wireless Accelicon Technologies Acme Packet Agilent Technologies AirHop Airspan Airvana AirWalk Alcatel Lucent Altair Semiconductor Alvarion Anritsu Apple Argela Aricent Group Ascom
AT&T AT&T Mobility Aviat AVM Axis Teknologies Azcom Technology Bebo Belair Networks Bell Labs BitWave Semiconductor Bouygues Telecom (France) Bridgewater Systems Bridgewave Communications Broadcom/Percello BSNL (India) BT (UK) Cambridge Broadband Networks Limited Cavium Networks China Mobile China Telecom China Unicom Chunghwa Telecom (Taiwan) Cisco Systems Claro (America Movil, Telecom Americas) Clearwire Comba Telecom Comcast Commnet Wireless Contela Continuous Computing - Trillium Corning MobileAccess Cox Communications Crown Castle (NextG) CSL CSL (Hong Kong) Deltanode Deltenna DesignArt Networks DragonWave EDX Wireless Ericsson Etisalat ExteNet Systems Facebook Freescale Fujitsu GCT Semiconductor Gemtek Google Hitachi Huawei Hutchison 3 Group ICEE Icera (NVIDIA) iDirect Infineon (Intel) Infinet InnerWireless Intel InterDigital ip.access IPWireless Ixia Juni Global Juniper Networks KDDI (Japan) Kineto Wireless KPN KT (South Korea) LG Uplus (South Korea) Lyrtech Maxis (Malaysia) MediaTek MegaFon (Russia)
Mesaplexx MetroPCS Communications Mindspeed Technologies MindTree Wireless Minieum Networks Mitsubishi Mobile TeleSystems OJSC Mosaic Telecom Motorola Motorola Mobility Movilnet Venezuela (CANTV) Movistar (Telefónica Móviles) MTS (Russia) MySpace Nash Technologies Ncell NEC Netflix NETGEAR NetHawk Nextivity Nintendo Node-H Nokia Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) Nomor Research Nortel NSN-Motorola NTT DoCoMo (Japan) NTUA Oi (Brazil Telecom, Telemar Participacoes, Portugal Telecom) Option N.V. Optiway Orange (France) Orange (UK) Orascom Panasonic Panorama Antennas picochip PLDT (Smart Communications) (Philippine) Powerwave PT (Portugal) PT Telkom (Indonesia) Public Wireless Qasara Qualcomm Quortus Radisys Radwin Ranplan Renesas Electronics RFMD Rogers Canada Ruckus Wireless Samsung Group Sequans Communications SerComm SFR (France) Siemens SingTel SK telecom (South Korea) Softbank Softbank (Japan) Sony Ericsson SpiderCloud Sprint ST-Ericsson Stoke Swisscom Swisscom Mobile (Switzerland) Symmetricom Tata Elxsi Tata Teleservices (India) Tatara Systems
TE Connectivity Tecom Tekelec TEKTELIC Tektronix Tele2 Sweden Telecom Italia Mobile (Italy) Telefónica Moviles (Spain) Telenor Telenor Group (Norway) Telenor Sweden TeliaSonera Telstra Telstra (Australia) TELUS Telus Mobility Canada Texas Instruments Thomson T-Mobile Austria T-Mobile Czech Republic T-Mobile Europe T-Mobile USA Traffix Systems Tropper Technologies Turkcell (Turkey) Ubee Interactive Ubiquisys UTStarcom Verizon Wireless VimpleCom Virgin Media (UK) Vodafone (UK) Vodafone Essar (India) Vodafone Group Vodafone Italy Wind (Orascom, Italy) Wintegra Wipro Wi-tribe Pakistan Ltd (Pakistan) Yota (Russia) YouTube Zain (Saudi Arabia) Zain Kuwait Zinwave ZTE ZyXEL
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Visiongain is one of the fastest growing and most innovative independent media companies inEurope. Based in London, UK, visiongain produces a host of business-2-business conferences, newsletters, management reports and e-zines focusing on the Energy, Telecoms, Pharmaceutical, Defence, Materials sectors.
Visiongain publishes reports produced by its in-house analysts, who are qualified experts in their field. Visiongain has firmly established itself as the first port-of-call for the business professional, who needs independent, high quality, original material to rely and depend on.
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