We use the recently introduced notion of stochastic soliton lattice for quantitative description of soliton turbulence. We consider the stochastic soliton lattice on a special band-gap scaling of the spectral surface of genus N so that the integrated density of states remains finite as N → ∞ (thermodynamic type limit). We prove existence of the limiting stationary ergodic process and associate it with the homogeneous soliton turbulence. The phase space of the soliton turbulence is a one-dimensional space with the random Poisson measure. The zero-density limit of the soliton turbulence coincides with the Frish-Lloyd potential of the quantum theory of disordered systems.