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Fixed LTE Market Trends & Prospects Explored by IDATE Consulting & Research in Its New Topical Reports Recently Uploaded at MarketPublishers.com

03 Oct 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Today, the deployment of superfast broadband (SFB) is recognised as one of the hottest topics across the developed countries given the convergence of fixed and mobile. Plans to replace a landline with a mobile line don’t sound something new.

The substitution of fixed broadband by LTE was offered for the first time 2 or 3 years ago by mobile players in the European markets.

Numerous players jump onto the bandwagon, showing a wide spectrum of strategies in a rapidly dveloping industry.

Whilst fixed LTE is rather limited across advanced nations, it is wide open across the developing markets. At present, fixed LTE is recognised as the least expensive option to provide medium speeds in rural areas. Meanwhile, the hybrid solutions (combining xDSL and LTE) are emerging as worthy competitor.

Topical research publication “LTE for Fixed Access: The Next Big Thing?” worked out by IDATE Consulting & Research presents an insightful guide to the world’s fixed LTE industry. It examines the major factors limiting as well as propelling growth in the fixed LTE market, identifies and discusses the top opportunities, trends and challenges. The research report uncovers important industry performance estimates and updated statistics, explores the competitive environment and reviews the top market players with details on their recent strategies, touches upon the differences of fixed LTE adoption in developed and developing countries, examines what makes fixed LTE technically different from mobile LTE and also covers all the important aspects. Moreover, future forecasts are provided.

Many other in-demand research reports prepared by this publisher are offered in the IDATE Consulting & Research catalogue.


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