Global Spending on LTE infrastructure Reached USD 10.84 Billion in 2012, Claims Visiongain
03 Apr 2013 • by Natalie Aster
Mobile telephony is inevitably migrating towards widespread access to fourth generation standards, promising higher quality voice and mobile ultra-broadband Internet access. Less than five years after 3G smartphones revolutionised the mobile market, consumers worldwide are clamouring for mobile broadband speeds that will soon exceed the capacity of current networks. In a haste to deliver next-generation networks, mobile operators are seeking to expedite 4G spectrum acquisition and transform their infrastructure. New report “Global 20 Leading LTE Infrastructure Companies 2013: Competitive Landscape Analysis” by Visiongain says that global spending on LTE infrastructure totalled $10.84bn in 2012.
Global 20 Leading LTE Infrastructure Companies 2013: Competitive Landscape Analysis
Published: February, 2013
Price: US$ 2,497.00
The "LTE wars" are being fought at a very high level by a select few leading companies. The market is characterised by disputes over patents and contracts that threaten to tip the balance of power in a mercurial industry. With a tidal wave of commercial deployment ramping up in the fertile BRIC markets, a narrow range of competitors are building allegiances, buying patents, absorbing innovators, and preparing to face off over a revenue stream that Visiongain anticipates will have tripled by the end of 2014.
In this report, Visiongain offers a critical perspective on the LTE infrastructure value chain, indicating leading end-to-end vendors and suppliers of vital technologies.
More information can be found in the report “Global 20 Leading LTE Infrastructure Companies 2013: Competitive Landscape Analysis” by Visiongain.
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