Updated LTE Devices Market Reports and Databases by Signals and Systems Telecom Published at MarketPublishers.com
09 Feb 2012 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON - Market Publishers Ltd informs that updated in-demand LTE devices market reports and databases by Signals and Systems Telecom have been added to its catalogue.
LTE and LTE-Advanced Devices: Market Share, Key Trends, Vendor Strategies, Shipments, Revenue & Forecasts by Region and Country Q1'2012. Having already witnessed several device launches, and shipments of over 8 million units last year, the LTE devices ecosystem is set to grow at a CAGR of over 104 % over the next five years. In 2016, there will be nearly 300 million LTE device shipments globally, with revenues of over 82 billion USD. The study is aimed at answering all critical questions on the issue besides analyzing key trends, vendor/service provider strategies, market share, shipments and revenue in the LTE devices ecosystem. The report is supplemented with a database listing LTE device sales and subscriptions by region, country and service provider, and tracking publically released LTE devices by vendor, device type, and operating frequency band …
LTE Devices Database: Vendor Device Launches, Shipments, Revenues & Subscriptions by Region and Country: 2011 - 2015. By the end of 2011 LTE device shipments reached 8 million units. With most vendors going full swing into the LTE, the LTE devices market is set to grow at a CAGR of over 104 % over the next five years reaching 300 million shipments by 2016. 2012 alone will see shipments increase to 32 million units. From a regional perspective North America will continue to take the lead in terms of shipments. However the Asia Pacific region will take the lead in terms of overall subscriptions by 2016. The database tracks all publically released LTE devices by vendor, frequency band information and device type besides providing shipment, revenue and subscriptions forecasts through 2016 …
More updated and new studies by the publisher can be found at Signals and Systems Telecom page.