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New Report on Global LTE Strategy 2013-2018

This report provides LTE strategies and technology analysis and provides recommendations for mobile network deployment.

 

Lewes, DE -- (SBWIRE) -- 05/24/2013 -- Migrating cellular networks to fourth generation (4G) via the Long Term Evolution (LTE) standard and other supporting technologies is a monumental effort. Beyond the obvious radio planning and engineering is a huge effort in the areas of application planning, business operations planning, and technical planning. Developing effective strategies for success with LTE is key to the successful commercialization of 4G for all mobile network operators.

LTE will usher in a new world of opportunities and challenges for every industry constituent including everything from new business models and industry participants to operational support systems for improved quality of service and user experience.

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This report provides LTE strategies and technology analysis and provides recommendations for mobile network deployment. It also includes market analysis of the LTE marketplace including mobile handsets, key service developments, device advancements and more. The report also includes forecasts in every major area associated with LTE including:

- Landline/Fixed Losses forecast
- Migration from Landline to VoIP forecast
- Global Wireless Infrastructure Spending (by technology, region, type)
- Global LTE Device forecast and Data Usage (by category, device type, and region)
- Global LTE Subscriptions and Revenue (by consumer, enterprise, and industry segment)

The report is must-reading for anyone developing strategy associated with deployment and operations of LTE including:

- Product and services plans
- Application development and distribution
- Handset evolution and capability development
- Impact assessment of LTE evolution on long-term planning
- Investment in next generation infrastructure, devices, and applications
- Network integration including API strategy and application launch/operation
- Enterprises of all types seeking to identify the impacts and opportunities of 4G

Target Audience:

- Mobile content providers
- Mobile network operators
- Wireless device manufacturers
- Wireless infrastructure providers
- Application developers and aggregators
- Government and sovereign R&D institutions

Key Findings:

- While gaining greatly through 2018, enterprise LTE subscription remain less then consumer
- Mobile network operators have an imperative to develop Value-added Services (VAS) for LTE
- Carriers must develop key applications such as Corporate Dashboard to retain enterprise customers
- Extreme growth in mobile data associated with LTE expansion will require next generation OSS solutions
- Carriers must prepare for a variety of challenges including much more data usage, increasingly more services in the cloud, severely marginalized core services, and development of VAS across communications, content, and commerce

Report Benefits:

- Global forecasts for LTE devices including data usage by category, device type, and region
- Global forecasts for LTE subscription (overall, consumer, enterprise and by industry vertical)
- LTE global and regional status update and analysis of key issues including capacity and spectrum
- Identify the key trends and issues associated with implementing and operating broadband wireless
- Understand the evolution of wireless to 4G and beyond including network topology and integration
- Identify the business value and roadmap for implementation and operation of LTE based applications
- Understand the future of LTE including applications, integration with the cloud, social networks, and more
- Identify emerging LTE business models including third-party ecosystems, API integration, and expanded applications
- Recommendations and analysis for carriers, content providers, application developers and infrastructure companies
- Understand the issues and opportunities regarding key evolutionary trends including: Anytime, anywhere, any device access to communications, content, commerce, and applications; Increased emphasis on non-human communications; The convergence and integration of many things; Open networks, open interfaces, and many applications.

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