Published on : Jul 15, 2016
ALBANY, New York, July 15, 2016: A new market intelligence study, titled “Wireless Tower Market in Middle East and Africa: Increasing Mobile Data Demand and Reduction of Capex by MNOs to Provide Opportunities for TowerCos,” has been recently added by ResearchMoz.us to its comprehensive collection of research studies. The report offers a detailed analysis of the wireless tower market in the Middle East and Africa, focusing on the market structure, key drivers, and barriers influencing this region.
The research study is intended to help market players in formulating a profitable growth strategies by evaluating the potential opportunities, competitive scenario, and regulatory framework of the Middle East and Africa market for wireless tower. Furthermore, the research study covers the major strategies adopted by the leading players in the market, which can be favorable for the prospective entrants in the next few years. The recommendations and inputs given by the industry experts are estimated to help the telecom professionals/operators, MNOs, independent tower companies, and regulators in formulating policies and strengthening their position in the wireless tower market in the Middle East and Africa in the next few years.
The major sources of wireless capacity and radio access nodes that are employed in order to provide wireless capacity and coverage have been discussed in the research report. Furthermore, the research report has presented three case studies, discussing the wireless tower markets in Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and Nigeria. The report also evaluates the wireless tower market and the crucial role of market players such as TowerCo, mobile network operators (MNOs), and the regulators.
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Tower infrastructure accounts for a substantial share in the network operators’ capital and expenditure. In order to emphasize on densification and cut down on costs, the major players are expected to launch LTE/LTE-A, introduce innovative products, and attain customer loyalty throughout the forecast period. These factors are estimated to help the companies emerge competitive in the wireless tower market in the Middle East and Africa in the next few years.
On the other hand, the lack of licensing regimes, bureaucratic concerns, political instability, low economies of scale in rural expansion, rising fuel cost, emergence of small cell technology, and erratic power supply are some of the major challenges for the market players, which are anticipated to curtail the growth of the market in the coming years.
The rising demand for mobile data, expansion of 3G network, and deployment of LTE technology have been adding immense pressure on the existing wireless infrastructure of the leading network operators. This has increased demand for adding new tower sites. In addition, urban markets are matured and saturated, owing to which, the mobile network operators are focusing on its expansion in rural areas to cater the rising demand for cell sites and offer potential opportunities for specialized tower companies.
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