SPOTLIGHT: Report: Backhaul traffic will grow 32 percent

3G Traffic Will Drive Wireless Backhaul Equipment to US$37 Billion in 2012
A new five-year forecast by UK-based Ovum states that traffic on mobile backhaul networks will grow by 32 percent per year, driven by the adoption of mobile broadband services around the globe. To serve this level of increase, Ovum claims that mobile operators will spend US$37 billion globally on wireless backhaul in 2012, nearly 12 percent of total operating expense. Article

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