Asia-Pacific Mobile Infrastructure Sharing Discussed by Pyramid Research in Its Report Recently Published at

08 Jul 2015 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Mobile infrastructure sharing can assist Asian-Pacific telecom operators to considerably reduce their operating expenses by up to 30 percent, while capital expenditures will also be reduced by approximately 40 percent. Yet physical landscape and a current stage of mobile network deployment may result into lower figures.

At present, most infrastructure deals taking place in the Asia-Pacific region are made on a voluntary basis, with only several countries (e.g. China) where passive infrastructure sharing is obligatory.

Passive infrastructure sharing has been popular in the region due to a number of factors, such as its relatively low complexity, cost benefits, and more.

However, active sharing is gaining traction in Asia Pacific, while tower offloading represents a rising local trend.

In-demand research report “Asia Pacific: Regulators and Opex Pressures Push Mobile Operators into Infrastructure Sharing” worked out by Pyramid Research offers comprehensive coverage of Asia-Pacific infrastructure sharing setups. The study limelights factors encouraging telecom operators to share infrastructure. It investigates obstacles they face and briefly compares Asia Pacific with other regions. The report contains detailed case studies and recommendations.

Report Details:

Asia Pacific: Regulators and Opex Pressures Push Mobile Operators into Infrastructure Sharing
Published: June 23, 2015
Pages: 41
Price: US$ 1,195.00

More cutting-edge reports by the publisher can be found at Pyramid Research page.


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