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24 May 2011
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Femtocells have entered into the growth stage of their lifecycle in 2011. With a range of benefits for enterprise and residential subscribers, Femtocells technology is poised to increase data ARPU for operators across the globe. Using Femtocells, operators can also embark on the value discipline of customer intimacy thereby reducing the churn rates.
Femtocell technology is poised to have a transformative affect on the current data usage crisis that has led to overloaded mobile networks. Our research suggests that operators and Femtocell equipment providers should formulate emergent strategies to capitalise on Femtocells unique revenue saving potential in 2011. This report details new business models that will help players to maximise their gains in this sector.
Femtocell - Strategies and Potential Revenues
What chances are there for monetisation? The research has shown that Femtocell revenues will reach US $27 Billion in 2016. To capitalise, we describe the right strategies to embark upon within this holistic and timely report. The report further presents Femtocells revenues and potential savings from 2011-2016. You will also discover the current Femtocell standards, Femtocells technological architecture and the various competing technologies.
Why are Femtocells so Important Now?
Operators need to reduce churn rates and deal with the data usage and backhaul crises. This report provides crucial data and forecasts for any current or potential member of the Femtocell ecosystem all of whom can save OPEX and CAPEX through careful positioning.
What is Different about this Report?
We conducted an independent and unbiased non-vendor affiliated assessment of the Femtocell topic. We interviewed several key industry players from equipment manufacturers to technology suppliers in order to gain an in-depth view of the market. We believe such a research will help you in assessing the market potential and in designing Femtocell strategies.
Some of the key points that emerged from this Visiongain research include:
• Market Size;
• Key Forecasts from 2011-2016;
• New Business models for Femtocell;
• Femtocell Standards;
• Key Vendors;
• Market Drivers/Market Restraints;
• Femtocell Ecosystem; and
• Costs, Savings and Opportunities.
Who needs to read this report?
• Service Providers - To gain the most from Femtocell adoption savings in CAPEX and OPEX combined, operators need to design carefully considered strategy. This report details the business models that will ultimately lead to new revenue streams and savings.
• Residential Subscribers - Femtocells success will rely mostly on residential subscribers uptake. With benefits that include cheaper costs and improved service, this report details surveys that reveal exactly what residential subscribers want and are willing to pay for.
• Enterprises - This report details the benefits that enterprises can derive from Femtocells. The report also presents the ratio of residential to enterprise users for 2011 and forecast figures for 2016.
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