Dell'Oro: Mobile backhaul market revenues to reach $9B by 2015

The mobile backhaul market will see revenues approach $9 billion by 2015 thanks to LTE networks, says a new report from Dell'Oro Group. "Our research has found that operators around the world are concerned with the rate of mobile traffic growth and are transitioning to Internet Protocol (IP) technologies to build a more efficient and scalable backhaul network. Our latest report forecasts the demand for IP-based routers and switches will continue to grow through 2015, almost doubling the market size of the router and switches segment in the five-year forecast period," said Shin Umeda, vice president of routers research at Dell'Oro Group. Article

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