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US In-building Neutral Host Model and the Entry of Tower Operators

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This report analyzes the differences between the carrier-led, third party, and venue-led in-building neutral host business models. The report also includes a discussion of the vertical opportunities for neutral hosts including sports venues, hospitality, enterprise, healthcare, and education and summarizes the competitive landscape and discusses DAS vs. small cells and Wi-Fi neutral hosts.

Table of Contents

  • 1. IN-BUILDING BUSINESS MODELS
    • 1.1. Carrier-led
    • 1.2. Third-party Neutral Hosts
    • 1.3. Venue-led
    • 1.4. Pros and Cons of Neutral-host, Venue-led, and Carrier-led Models
  • 2. VERTICAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR NEUTRAL HOSTS
    • 2.1. Sports Venues and Stadiums
    • 2.2. Hospitality
    • 2.3. Enterprise
      • 2.3.1. Small and Medium Enterprise
      • 2.3.2. Large Corporate Buildings, Multitenant Offices, and Campuses
    • 2.4. Health Care
    • 2.5. Universities and Education
    • 2.6. Summary of Vertical Attractiveness by Business Model
  • 3. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE
    • 3.1. CrownCastle
    • 3.2. ExteNet Systems
    • 3.3. American Tower
    • 3.4. Boingo
    • 3.5. InSite Wireless
    • 3.6. Mobilitie
  • 4. DAS, SMALL CELLS, WI-FI AND NEUTRAL HOSTS
    • 4.1. Playing on Terminology
    • 4.2. Multicarrier Small Cells
    • 4.3. Wi-Fi: Can't Ignore It
  • 5. MARKET OUTLOOK
  • 6. SUMMARY AND STRATEGIC RECOMMENDATIONS

Tables

  1. Comparison of Neutral-host, Venue-led, and Carrier-led Models
  2. Verticals by Business Model

Charts

  1. IBW Spending Controlled by Third-party Neutral Hosts versus Carrier-led versus Venue-led, North America, Forecast: 2012 to 2018
  2. IBW Spending by Vertical and Model, North America, 2012