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Research and Markets: Opportunities in Broadband Leasing - 2013-2020 Report

Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the "Opportunities in Broadband Leasing 2013" report to their offering.

Opportunities in Broadband Leasing, a new market study that surveys growing opportunities in bandwidth leasing. The report discusses the imminent shortage of available wireless bandwidth and explores the sources of that shortage in terms of the explosive growth in wireless data traffic, and analyzes individual markets contributing to that growth in demand. Discussion of the growth and development of today's wireless networks includes new technologies such as 4G and LTE, and the offloading of data traffic off of cellular networks and onto WiFi and other types of networks.

Established fixed wired broadband (optical fiber, DSL, cable) markets are analyzed, along with the leasing opportunities already established in dark fiber and wavelength services. Finally, wireless technologies, particularly millimeter waves and TV white space, are presented with a thorough analysis of the markets available to them, in terms of both system sales and leasing opportunities.

The report separates hype from reality and assesses the dramatically changing landscape facing telecommunications providers, and the opportunities for them and others who are prepared to address the dramatic opportunities now emerging. Forecasts are supplied for demand in data traffic and systems sales, under current conditions going out to 2020.

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Executive Summary

Part 1 Background - The Bandwidth Crunch

Part 2 Demand Drivers

Part 3 Rural Broadband & Reaching Underserved Markets

Part 4 Evolution & Options in Today's Wireless Networks

Part 5 Mobile Data Offloading

Part 6 Fixed Wired Broadband

Part 7 Dark Fiber & Wavelength Services

Part 8 The Opportunities: TV White Space

Part 9 The Opportunities: Millimeter Waves

Part 10 Wireless Bandwidth Leasing

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