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2020 TD-LTE Network Market - Infrastructure, Devices, Subscriptions & Operator Revenue

The TD-LTE Ecosystem: 2014 - 2020 - Infrastructure, Devices, Subscriptions & Operator Revenue a research report available at ReportsnReports.com.

 
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Dallas, TX -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/13/2014 -- FDD still remains the prevalent standard for LTE deployment as a natural progression path for GSM, W-CDMA and CDMA network operators. However, unpaired TDD spectrum costs significantly less per MHz/population than its FDD equivalent and is more widely available.

Driven by the technology’s lower deployment costs and spectrum availability, the industry witnessed several prominent TD-LTE network deployments over the past three years including SoftBank in Japan, Sprint in the US and Bharti Airtel in India.

More than 60 operators have committed to deploy TD-LTE networks market throughout the globe. Furthermore, all major device OEMs, including smartphone leaders Apple and Samsung, have commercially launched TD-LTE compatible devices. A major proportion of these devices support both TDD and FDD modes of operation over multiple frequency bands.

China Mobile’s TD-LTE network launch will enable the TD-LTE ecosystem to reach a significant scale of economy, which will boost further infrastructure and device investments in TD-LTE technology. China Mobile’s TD-LTE network is expected to have 500,000 base stations in operation by the end of 2014.

Driven by the thriving ecosystem, TD-LTE infrastructure investments on macrocell and small cell equipment are expected to grow at a CAGR of 15% over the next 6 years, eventually reaching $13 Billion by the end of 2020.

The “TD-LTE Ecosystem: 2014 – 2020 – Infrastructure, Devices, Subscriptions & Operator Revenue” report presents an in-depth assessment of the TD-LTE market including key market drivers, challenges, operator revenue potential, infrastructure/device deployment commitments, future roadmap, value chain, expert interviews, vendor strategies and strategic recommendations. The report also presents revenue and shipment market size and forecasts for both infrastructure and devices, along with subscription and service revenue projections for the LTE market as a whole, as well as separate projections for the TD-LTE and LTE FDD sub-markets from 2014 through to 2020. Historical figures are also presented for 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013.

The report comes with an associated Excel datasheet suite covering quantitative data from all numeric forecasts presented in the report.

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Key Findings:
The report has the following key findings:
- TD-LTE infrastructure investments on macrocell and small cell equipment are expected to grow at a CAGR of 15% over the next 6 years, eventually reaching $13 Billion by the end of 2020
- By 2020, TD-LTE subscriptions will also reach nearly 1 Billion, and account for over $230 Billion in service revenues
- 2014 will see large scale commercialization of TD-LTE capable smartphones. TD-LTE device shipments will surpass 100 Million in 2014 alone, driven by recent and upcoming TD-LTE smartphone launches
- Utilizing 3.5 GHz and above TDD spectrum bands can significantly improve network performance and help operators in leveraging new technologies such as LTE Hotspot Improvements (LTE-Hi)
- 2014 will see a significant improvement in the scale of economy for the TD-LTE ecosystem, and tighter integration between TDD and FDD
- Huawei currently leads the TD-LTE infrastructure market share. However, Ericsson is expected to capitalize on upcoming deployments opportunities in both Europe and Asia

Topics Covered:
The report covers the following topics:
- TD-LTE infrastructure
- TD-LTE devices
- TD-LTE spectrum
- TD-LTE subscriptions and service revenues
- TD-LTE network deployment case studies
- Market drivers and barriers
- TD-LTE infrastructure and device vendor assessment
- Wireless network infrastructure industry roadmap and value chain
- Company profiles and strategies of TD-LTE ecosystem players
- Interview transcripts from two leading players in the TD-LTE ecosystem; Intel and Sequans
- Market analysis and forecasts from 2014 till 2020
- Strategic recommendations for TD-LTE operators, infrastructure and device vendors

Historical Revenue & Forecast Segmentation:
Market forecasts and historical revenue/unit shipment/subscription figures are provided for each of the following submarkets and their subcategories:
- LTE Infrastructure Shipments & Revenue
o TD-LTE Macrocell eNodeBs (eNBs)
o LTE FDD Macrocell eNBs
o LTE FDD Small Cells
o TD-LTE Small Cells
o EPC
- LTE Device Shipments & Revenue
o TD-LTE
o LTE FDD
o Form Factor (Embedded Cards, Consumer Gadgets, Netbooks, PCs, Routers, Smartphones, Tablets and USB Dongles)
- LTE Subscriptions and Operator Service Revenue
o TD-LTE
o LTE FDD

The following regional and country markets are also covered:
- Regional Markets
o Asia Pacific
o Eastern Europe
o Latin & Central America
o Middle East & Africa
o North America
o Western Europe
- Top 20 Country Markets
o Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Mexico, Philippines, Poland, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Spain, UK and USA

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Key Questions Answered:
The report provides answers to the following key questions:
- How big is the TD-LTE ecosystem?
- How is the TD-LTE ecosystem evolving by segment and region? What will the market size be in 2020 and at what rate will it grow?
- What trends, challenges and barriers are influencing its growth?
- Who are the key TD-LTE vendors and what are their strategies?
- What strategies should be adopted by wireless carriers, infrastructure and device vendors to remain a dominant market force in the TD-LTE ecosystem?
- How much are vendors and operators investing in TD-LTE?
- How low is the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of a TD-LTE deployment in comparison to a FDD LTE network?
- What opportunities exist for TD-LTE small cells in the 3.5 GHz and above spectrum bands?
- How will TD-LTE ARPU evolve overtime?
- Which countries will see the highest number of TD-LTE subscriptions?
- Will all WiMAX operators transition to TD-LTE?

List of Companies Mentioned:
The following companies and organizations have been reviewed, discussed or mentioned in the report:
- 21 Vianet Group
- 2K Telecom
- 3 Austria
- 3 Denmark
- 3 HK
- 3 Ireland
- 3 Italia
- 3 Sweden
- 365 Media
- 3GPP
- 3Roam
- 4ipnet
- 6WIND
- 7Layers
- A Test Lab Techno Corp (ATL)
- A1 Telekom
- Ablaze
- Accedian
- Accelleran
- Acer
- Actelis
- Actix
- Adams NetWorks
- ADLINK
- ADTRAN
- ADVA
- Advantech
- Aero2
- Aeroflex
- Aerohive
- Aeronet
- AFT-Linkem
- Agilent Technologies
- Aircel
- Aircell
- Aircom International
- AirHop Communications
- Airspan
- Airtel Nigeria
- Airvana
- AIS/DPC Thailand
- Al Madar
- Alaska Communications
- Albis Technologies
- Alcatel-Lucent
- Alcatel-Lucent Shanghai Bell Co
- Alfa
- Algar Telecom (CTBC)
- Algerie Telecom
- Alpha Networks
- Altair Semiconductor
- Altel
- Altera
- Alvarion
- Andorra Telecom
- Andrew/CommScope
- Anite Telecoms
- Anritsu
- Antares Group
- Antel
- Anvaya Networks
- Apple
- Aptilo
- Aqiva Wireless
- Aquafon
- Argela
- Aricent
- Armentel
- Aruba Networks
- Asiaspace
- AsiaTelco
- Askey
- ASOCS
- Astellia
- ASTRI
- AT&T Mobility
- Athena Wireless Communications
- Atrica
- Avago Technologies
- Avanti
- Avea
- Aviat Networks
- Axerra Networks
- Axis Teknologies
- Azercell
- Azerfon
- b-lite
- Babilon Mobile
- Bakcell
- Bakrie Telecom
- BandRich
- Batelco
- Bayan Telecommunications
- BayRICS
- BEC Technologies
- Beeline
- Beeline Lao
- BelCel
- Belgacom / Proximus
- Bell Mobility
- BendBroadband
- BeST (Life)
- BH Telecom
- Bharti Airtel
- Bhutan Telecom
- Big Switch Networks
- BigAir
- Blackberry
- BLiNQ Networks
- b-lite
- Bluegrass Cellular
- Blueline
- Bluetest AB
- BluWan
- Bollore Telecom
- Bouygues Telecom
- Brazil Army
- Brazil Sao Paulo Military Police
- BridgeWave Communications
- Broadcom
- Brocade
- Browan
- BSNL
- BT
- BTC
- BTI Systems
- BTI Wireless
- BTL
- BUCD
- Bulgaria Vivacom
- C Spire Wireless
- C&S
- Cable and Wireless
- Cambium Networks
- Cambridge Broadband Networks (CBNL)
- Canoga Perkins
- Carolina West Wireless
- Carrier Access Corporation
- CATR
- Cavium
- CBL Bahamas
- CCS
- Ceclcom Axiata
- CeedTec
- Celcite
- Cell C
- Cellcom
- CellO (Optiway and Cellvine)
- Cellon
- Celtro
- CenturyLink
- Ceragon
- CGC
- Chariton Valley Comms
- Charles Industries
- Chat Mobility
- China Mobile
- China Mobile Hong Kong
- China Telecom
- China Unicom
- CHT
- Cielo
- Ciena
- Cisco
- City of Charlotte Council
- Claro
- Clear Mobitel
- C-motech
- CNT
- Cobham/Axell Wireless
- Coherent Logix
- Colorado Valley
- Comba
- Comba Telecom
- Commnet Wireless
- Communication Components Inc. (CCI)
- Comprion
- Contela
- ConteXtream
- Convergence Technologies
- Copper Valley Telecom
- Corning/MobileAccess
- Cosmote
- COTA/Murcia4G
- Cross Telephone
- Crown Castle
- CSI
- CSL Limited
- Custer Telephone
- Cyan
- CYIT
- Datame
- Datang
- Datang Mobile
- DBD
- Dedicado
- DeltaNode
- Deutsche Telekom
- Dhiraagu
- Dialog Axiata
- Dialogic
- DiGi
- Digicel
- Digicel Fiji
- Digitel
- Digitel Jamaica
- Dish Network
- D-Link
- DNA
- DoCoMo Pacific
- Dovado
- DragonWave
- DTAC – TriNet
- Du
- E Plus
- eAccess
- Eastlink
- E-Band Communications
- ECI Telecom
- Econet Wireless
- Eden Rock Communications
- Edgewater
- EE
- EION
- E-Lins Technology
- Elisa
- EMT
- Emtel
- EnergyAustralia Ausgrid
- EnGenius
- Entel Movil
- Entel PCS
- Entel Peru
- Enterasys
- EPCOS
- ERA/T-Mobile Poland
- Ericsson
- ETC
- Etex Telephone Co-op
- EtherReach
- Ethertronics
- Ethio Telecom
- Ethos
- Etisalat
- Etisalat Misr
- Evolve Broadband
- Exalt
- ExteNet Systems
- Extreme Networks
- FarEasTone
- FastBack Networks
- Fastlink (Regional Telecom)
- Femtel
- FiberHome Technologies
- FibroLAN
- Firetide
- Fitel
- Fjarskipti (Vodafone Iceland)
- Fortinet
- FPT Telecom
- Freescale Semiconductor
- Fujitsu
- GCT
- Gemtek
- GENBAND
- General Dynamics Broadband
- Georgia Magticom
- Glo Mobile
- Globacom
- Global Mobile
- Global TD-LTE Initiative (GTI)
- Global Wireless Technologies (GWT)
- Globe
- GoNet Systems
- Goodman Networks
- Greenpacket
- GrenTech
- Guineanet
- Handlink
- Hatteras
- Hisilicon Technologies
- Hitachi
- HOJY Wireless
- HP
- HTC
- Huahuan
- Huawei
- Huayu Wireless
- Hutchison 3
- IBW International
- ICE
- iConnect
- IDC Moldova
- iDirect
- IM2
- Imagine Group
- Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI)
- Infovista (Mentum)
- InnerWireless (Acquired by Black Box)
- Innofidei
- Intel
- InterDigital
- Intracom
- Intucell Systems (Acquired by Cisco)
- Inwi
- Iowa Statewide Interoperable Communications Board (ISICSB)
- ip.access
- IPITEK
- Islandcom
- IT&E Guam
- JDSU
- Juni
- Juniper Networks
- Kathrein
- Kcell
- KDDI
- Kentrox
- Kordia
- KPN
- KPU (Alaska)
- KT
- KT Corp Rwanda
- Kyocera
- Lanka Bell
- Lattelecom
- Leadcore
- Leap Wireless/Cricket
- Lenovo
- LG
- LG U+
- LightPoint Communications
- Lightsquared
- LIME
- Linkem
- LMT
- LSI
- LTC
- M1
- Manx Telecom
- Marvell Semiconductor
- Mascom Wireless
- Massnet
- MAX Telecom
- Maxim Integrated
- Maxis
- MaxyTel
- MediaTek
- Megafon
- Menatelecom
- Meru Networks
- Mesaplexx
- Meteor
- Microwave Networks
- Mid-Rivers Communications
- Milmex
- mimoOn
- Mindspeed Technologies
- MiSpot
- Mitrastar Corporation
- MOBI Antenna Technologies
- Mobile Norway/Tele2
- Mobily
- Mobinil
- Mobistar
- Mobitel
- Modacom
- Moldcell
- Monaco Telecom
- Mongolia Telecom
- Mosaic Telecom
- Motorola
- Motorola Solutions
- Movicel
- Movilmax
- Movilnet
- Movistar
- MRV Communications
- MTA
- MTC
- MTC Touch
- M-Tel
- MTN
- MTN Uganda
- MTNL
- MTPCS
- MTS
- MTS Allstream
- MTS Belarus
- MTS Ukraine
- Multi-Micro (Fujian) Electronic Tech Co
- Myanmar P & T
- Nawras
- NBN Co.
- Ncell
- NEC
- Neo-Sky
- Neotel
- Nepal Telecom
- Netcomm
- Netgear
- NetGem
- Netronome
- New Postcom
- NewNet
- Nexius
- NITA
- Node-H
- Nokia/Microsoft
- Nomadix
- Nomor Research
- NorthwestCell
- Nova
- Novatel Wireless
- NSN
- nTelos
- nTelos Wireless
- NTT DoCoMo
- Nuage Networks (Alcatel-Lucent)
- Nvidia
- O2 Secure Wireless
- Octasic
- Oi
- Omantel
- Omnitel
- On Telecomunicacoes
- ONE
- Ooredoo
- Open Mobile
- Optimus
- Option
- Optiway
- Optus
- Orange Armenia
- Orange Austria
- Orange Dominicana
- Orange France
- Orange Liechtenstein
- Orange Luxembourg
- Orange Mauritius
- Orange Moldova
- Orange Romania
- Orange Slovak Republic
- Orange Spain
- Orange Switzerland
- Orange Uganda
- Orckit Corrigent
- Osnova Tel.
- Osnova Telecom
- Overture
- P&T
- P1
- P1 Networks
- P4 (Play)
- Pandetel
- Panhandle Telephone Co-op
- PCCW
- Peoples Telephone Co-op
- Personal
- Pioneer Cellular
- Plexxi
- Polkomtel Plus
- Positron-Aktino
- Poventio
- Powerwave Technologies
- Proxim
- PTK Centertel (Orange)
- Public Service Wireless
- Public Wireless
- PureWave Networks
- PVT
- Qualcomm
- Quanta
- Quanta Computer
- Qucell
- Quortus
- R (Spain)
- RAD Data Systems
- Radisys
- RADWIN
- Rakon
- RCS & RDS
- Redline Communications
- REDtone
- Reliance
- Renesas Mobile
- Reverb Networks
- RF Micro
- RF Window
- RFNet
- RFS (Radio Frequency Systems)
- RIL
- Rogers Wireless
- Rohde & Schwarz
- Rostelecom
- Ro-Timak Technology
- Ruckus Wireless
- RusViet Telecom
- S and R Communications
- S&T Telephone Cooperative
- Safaricom
- Sagebrush Cellular (Nemont)
- Sagem
- Sagemcom
- SAI
- SAI Technology
- Saima Telecom
- Samsung
- Sasktel
- Sazz
- Seiko
- Sequans
- SerComm
- SFR
- SGRITA
- Sharp
- Shentel
- Shyam
- Shyam Networks
- Si.mobil
- SIAE Microelectronics
- SignShine
- Siklu
- Siminn
- SingTel
- SK Telecom
- SK Telesys
- Sky Brasil Services
- Sky Brazil
- Skyworks
- Smart Communications
- Smartone
- SMARTS
- Smile
- Smoltelecom
- SoftBank
- SOLiD Technologies
- Sony
- Sony Mobile
- Spectranet
- SpeedConnect
- SpiderCloud Wireless
- Spreadtrum Communications
- Sprint
- Sprint Nextel
- Sprocket Wireless
- SRT Communications
- SSTL
- Star Microwave
- Starcomms
- StarHub
- STC
- ST-Ericsson
- Strata Networks
- Strix Systems
- Sub10 Systems
- Sunrise Communications
- Surfline Communications
- Swift Networks
- Swisscom
- Sycamore
- Syringa Wireless
- T Mobile
- T&W Electronics
- Tango
- Tango Networks
- Taqua
- Tarana Wireless
- Tata Elxsi
- TDC
- TE Connectivity (Tyco Electronics Connectivity)
- Tecom
- TEKTELIC
- Telcel
- Telco Systems
- Tele2
- Tele2 Kazakhstan
- Tele2 Sweden
- Telecom Italia Mobile (TIM)
- Telecom Malaysia
- Telecom New Zealand
- Telefonica Movistar
- Telefonica O2
- Telefonica O2 Ireland
- Telefonica O2 UK
- Telefonica Peru
- Telefonica Spain
- T-elek
- Telekom Srpske
- Telenet Belgium
- Telenor Denmark
- Telenor Hungary
- Telenor Montenegro
- Telenor Norway
- Telenor Sweden
- Telesis
- TeliaSonera
- TeliaSonera Norway
- TeliaSonera Sweden
- Telkom Mobile (8ta)
- Telkomsel Indonesia
- Tellabs
- Telrad
- Telrad Networks
- Telstra
- Telus
- Texas Energy Network
- Texas Instruments
- TFL
- Thomson
- T-Hrvatski Telekom
- Thumb Cellular
- Tigo
- Tikona
- TIM Brasil
- TMN (Portugal Telecom)
- T-Mobile Czech Republic
- T-Mobile Hungary
- T-Mobile Macedonia
- T-Mobile Netherlands
- T-Mobile Puerto Rico
- T-Mobile Slovensko
- T-Mobile USA
- TN Mobile
- Tongyu Communication
- TOT Thailand
- TPG Internet
- TP-Link
- Trango Systems
- Transmode
- Tranzeo
- Triatel
- Tricom
- TriQuint
- Tropos
- True Move
- TSKL
- TTA
- TTK
- Tunisiana
- Turkcell
- U Mobile
- UbeeAirWalk
- Ubidyne GmBH
- Ubiquisys (Acquired by Cisco)
- Ubiquiti Networks
- u-blox
- UCell
- UK Broadband
- Ulusnet
- Umniah
- Une-EPM
- United Wireless
- Unitel
- US Cellular
- UTStarcom (Star Solutions)
- Vainakh
- Vainakh Telecom
- VDC (VNPT)
- Velatel
- Velatel-Aerostrong
- Verizon Wireless
- Videocon
- Videotron
- Viettel
- Vimpelcom
- VIP mobile
- VIPNet
- Visafone Communications
- Viva
- Vivacell-MTS
- Vivato
- Vivo
- VMWare
- Vodacom
- Vodacom Tanzania
- Vodafone
- Vodafone Australia
- Vodafone Czech Republic
- Vodafone Egypt
- Vodafone Fiji
- Vodafone Greece
- Vodafone Ireland
- Vodafone Italy
- Vodafone New Zealand
- Vodafone Portugal
- Vodafone Qatar
- Vodafone Romania
- Vodafone Spain
- Vodafone UK
- Vox
- VTel Wireless
- Vubiq
- Wataniya
- Wataniya Telecom
- WBS (iBurst)
- West Central Wireless
- WeTelecom
- Wi-Ex
- Wilson Electronics
- WiMAX Forum
- Wind
- Wind Mobile
- Wistron NeWeb Corporation (WNC)
- Woosh
- Xi’an Sunnada Haitian Antenna Co
- Xilinx
- XL Axiata
- Xplornet
- Yoigo
- Yota
- Yota Devices
- YTL Communications Yes
- Yulong Computer
- Zain
- Zain Jordan
- Zain Saudi
- Zamtel
- Zhone
- Ziggo
- Zinwave
- Zoda Fones
- ZTE