DUBLIN, May 15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --Research and Markets
(http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/5tpjcg/telecom_power) has announced the addition of the "Telecom Power System Market in North America 2015-2019" report to their offering.
Telecom power systems are used in all telecommunication installations for controlling, monitoring, and measuring the flow of power across telecom networks. These systems are made up of a combination of small systems such as converters, distributors, controllers, and backup systems that bear different technical specifications. The primary application of telecom power systems is in wireless and fixed-line environments. They are used in several other related applications including network equipment, xDSL terminals, mobile broadband, cellular sites, and transmission applications.
The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the telecom power system market in North America for the period 2015-2019. The report includes the segmentation of the market based on the following criteria: products and services. The market also segmented based on network as Core and Access.
Demand for broadband capacity is rising in step with the growing number of Internet users, mobile device users, and mobile applications. The US and Canada together have almost 164 million LTE subscribers, which constitutes almost 40% of the total number of mobile users in these two nations. About 70 operators offer commercial LTE and LTE-advanced services in these two countries. By 2019, almost 350 million subscribers are forecast to use LTE devices. Thus, the deployment of small cells such as micro, pico, and femto cells is expected to increase rapidly.
According to the report, the telecom power system market in North America is expected to grow at a CAGR of 2.88% during 2014-2019. Telecom operators are under pressure to reduce their overall OPEX. In the US, almost, 4-5% of telecom operators' overall revenue and almost 12-14% of OPEX are spent on energy resources required to operate telecom towers and core networks. However, telecom operators in North America have been facing a significant decline in voice revenues following the reduced usage of voice-based services and dwindling ARPU, which is affecting their overall profit margins.
Further, the report states that the lack of product differentiation among leading power system providers pose a challenge to the market.
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