4G in India & its Potential Discussed in New In-Demand Report by Smart Research Insights Available at MarketPublishers.com

16 Jul 2012 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – At the global level, 4G LTE is expected to become the leading source of wireless infrastructure spending, owing to the increased adoption of the technology be mobile network operation globally.

In India, 4G services were recently launched by Bharti Airtel in Kolkata, offering about 10 times higher speed wireless broadband services. The impending for growth of 4G services in the country is based on its economic advantages over 3G and its easy upgradability on the existing infrastructure. However, the wide spread adoption of such services will be based on the availability of economical mobile devices and consistent infrastructure availability across the country. 4G services are expected to help India become a digital economy, wherein internet browsing, downloading and streaming of content will be faster than the earlier standards.

New research report "Potential of 4G in India" drawn up by Smart Research Insights gives an overview of the 4G services, their evolution and their technology platforms. It also analyses the adoption and performance of such services in the Global markets. The report discusses the current status of 4G in India, along with the initiatives undertaken by the leading players in the country. It identifies the challenges and outlook of such services in the Indian market.

Report Details:

Potential of 4G in India
Published: July, 2012
Pages: 25
Price: US$ 1.100,00

More new market research reports by the publisher can be found at Smart Research Insights page.


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