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Global Telecom Towers Market Outlook to 2023 - Segmented by Fuel Type, Installation, Ownership and Region - ResearchAndMarkets.com

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Telecom Towers Market - Segmented by Fuel Type (Renewable, Non -
renewable), Installation (Rooftop, Ground - based), Ownership (Operator
- owned, JV, Private - owned), and Region - Growth, Trends and Forecast
(2018 - 2023)"
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The global telecom towers market is expected to register a CAGR of
17.63% during the forecast period.

The telecom tower industry has gained high prominence as an independent
industry, mainly in India and the United States. In other parts of the
world, tower sharing has been initiated or already in practice, and yet
major share of the telecom towers are managed by the telcos.

Tower sharing is one of the major growth drivers for the telecom
industry, as it significant benefits, such as cost reduction and faster
data rollout. Growth in cloud-based services for mobile users and
roll-out of 4G LTE services around the world have increased the network
investment by carriers, which is driving the demand for the telecom
towers market.

Key Highlights

  • Growing Connecting/Improving Connectivity to Rural Areas
  • Accelerating Growth in the Monopole Tower Type
  • Asia-Pacific to Dominate the Growth of the Market

Notable Developments in the Market

  • American Tower Corporation entered into definitive agreements with
    Vodafone India Limited and Idea Cellular Limited through which it is
    expected to add an aggregate of approximately 20,000 communications
    sites to its existing Indian portfolio.
  • AT&T Towers, Verizon, and Tillman Infrastructure collaborated to build
    hundreds of cell towers, with the potential for new site locations in
    the future. They are expected to serve as opportunities for the
    carriers to relocate equipment from current towers.
  • AT&T Towers and Shell signed an agreement for the provision of managed
    communications and network integration services for Shell, globally.
    The company is expected to provide strategic services - network
    management and integration, global voice and data services, security,
    video, and collaboration, which are estimated to drive cost
    efficiencies while enabling a more agile, future-ready IT landscape.
  • Crown Castle International Corporation acquired LTS Group Holdings LLC
    that owns or has rights to approximately 32,000 route miles of fiber,
    located primarily in top metro markets in the Northeast, including
    Boston, New York, and Philadelphia. With the addition of Lightower,
    the company owns or has rights to over 60,000 route miles of fiber.
  • T-Mobile announced plans to launched License Assisted Access (LAA) on
    small cells to add capacity and speed, and further increase the
    density of its network.
  • Helios Towers Africa entered into an agreement with Zanzibar Telecom
    PLC for the acquisition of unique sites of their mainland tower
    portfolio.
  • AT&T Towers and China Telecom signed a framework agreement to develop
    advanced network services for multinational companies doing business
    in China.

Key Topics Covered

1. Introduction

2. Research Approach and Methodology

3. Executive Summary

4. Market Dynamics

5. Technology Snapshot

6. Global Telecom Towers Segmentation

7. Competitive Intelligence - Company Profiles

  • American Tower Corporation
  • Helios Towers Africa
  • Bharti Infratel
  • China Tower Corporation
  • S&A Communications
  • AT&T Towers
  • Crown Castle International Corporation
  • T-Mobile Towers
  • GTL Infrastructure

8. Investment Analysis

9. Future of the Telecom Towers Market

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