Critical Communications LTE Networks Sector to Reach USD 2 Bn by 2020, States Signals & Systems Telecom in Its Study Available at MarketPublishers.com
08 Nov 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Given its prospering ecosystem, greater spectrum flexibility and improved performance metrics, LTE has appeared as the strong candidate for broadband networks in the critical communications industry. Furthermore, with the latest approval of the mission-critical Push-To-Talk (MCPTT) voice standard within a framework of 3GPP Release 13, LTE has also turned into an appealing substitution for delivering land mobile radio (LMR)-like voice services.
Thus, an expanding number of organisations in the critical communications domain are carrying out the deployment of either private LTE networks or contracting mobile operators’ commercial LTE services by way of MVNO business arrangements to update their current LMR systems with various broadband capabilities.
Propelled by early-stage investments in the Middle East and APAC regions, the critical communications LTE networks market value stands at USD 600 million in annual infrastructure expenditure. Driven by massive rollouts in the energy and public safety sectors, among others, the market value is further projected to go beyond USD 2 billion by 2020-end. This involves spending on macrocell base stations (eNBs), mobile core and transport networking gear.
Topical research report bundle “LTE for Critical Communications: 2016 – 2030 – Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies & Forecasts” drawn up by Signals and Systems Telecom comprises 3 comprehensive reports exploring dedicated and commercial LTE networks in the critical communications universe.
The report package gives an all-round analysis of critical communications LTE networks, besides exploring the broader market for commercial LTE services. It analyses technologies, structural components, operational models, major trends, key market driving factors and major challenges, opportunities in the vertical markets, application areas, deployment case studies, spectrum allocations, regulatory framework, standardisation, value chain, future outlook, as well as offers an insightful discussion of the profiles and strategies of the leading market players. Additionally, the report bundle also speculates on the prospective infrastructure investments through to 2030.
More research report packages and reports by the publisher can be found at Signals and Systems Telecom page.