APAC will have 2 of 5 cell towers by 2014

Staff Writer
03 Sep 2009
00:00

A new study from ABI Research shows that with massive increase in mobile subscribers in China and India, the Asia-Pacific region will have 39% of the world’s cell towers by 2014 – accounting for a total addressable market worth nearly $125 billion

A new trend toward outsourcing is emerging, primarily in North America and India where operators have been selling cell sites or outsourcing their operation to specialized tower companies.

Similarly, an eventual slowdown in antenna shipments is expected as the migration to multi-band antennae reduces the total number needed.

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