Mobile Infrastructure Sharing to Lead to a Reduction of Operating Costs in Latin America
(PRWEB) December 16, 2014
Based on mobile infrastructure sharing, the report issued by Pyramid Research, talks about several types of mobile infrastructure sharing such as passive and active sharing, and national roaming in brief, and evaluates the operational stimuli and the economic value that these agreements provide.
Browse report with table of contents at: http://www.researchmoz.us/latin-america-regulatory-mandates-and-lte-driving-infrastructure-sharing-and-tower-offloading-deals-report.html
The report determines and analyzes the effect of infrastructure sharing on capital and operational costs, and network coverage on the basis of different relative factors such as the stage of network deployment and the characteristics of physical landscape. It also discovers the major drivers and the economic and operational advantages that mobile operators can attain by tower offloading or outsourcing. The report then evaluate the key factors that affect the willingness of mobile operators to involve in infrastructure sharing, and the potential anti-competitive behaviors, which can crop up from mobile infrastructure sharing.
A geographical overview of the market on the major active and passive mobile infrastructure sharing agreements, main tower offloading/outsourcing contracts and regulatory features of mobile infrastructure sharing is discussed in this report targeting on the main Latin American markets such as Argentina, Chile, Ecuador, Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Mexico, and Venezuela. Four case studies are presented in the report, in which two are of Colombia and one each of Brazil and Chile, bringing proof from some of the well known mobile infrastructure sharing developments, which have taken place in Latin America.
The major obstacles for mobile operators to involve in mobile infrastructure sharing and the main drivers for this Latin American market are also determined in this report. The report states that mobile infrastructure sharing can result into a reduction of operating costs of up to 20-30% and capital outflow capabilities and savings of up to 40%.
This report assists executives in making practical and beneficial growth plans by providing a comprehensive and relevant analysis of mobile infrastructure sharing and tower offloading in Latin America. It is designed for an executive-level audience and boasts presentation quality, which allows it to be changed into presentable material straight away. The detailed perspective will assist equipment vendors, operators, and other telecom industry players to thrive in the competitive mobile telecommunications market in Latin America.
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