Analyzing the Wireless Telecom Industry in United States

Date: June 22, 2011
Pages: 85
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Publisher: Aruvian's R'search
Report type: Strategic Report
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Analyzing the Wireless Telecom Industry in United States
The advent of wireless communications technologies has important implications for the production of digital news and content. Starting from the first mobile pagers in the 1980s which delivered news headlines “to the hip,” consumers today want more news on the fly – two way communications, full text stories, picture displays and, increasingly, video. This demand requires networks with greater speed, capacity, coverage and features, all at a reasonable price.

The wireless environment in the United States is perhaps the most diverse in the world, using a variety of standards, regional partnerships and deployment strategies. This brings about an interesting paradox – while competition is desirable to bring about price efficiency and good consumer value, it is a foil to interoperability and robust mobile-to-mobile services and operation.

Aruvian's R'search presents a complete analysis of the Wireless Telecommunications Industry in the United States in its research report Analyzing the Wireless Telecom Industry in United States. The report covers the basics of wireless networks, technologies in use, analysis of the market in the US, impact of the US wireless telecom sector on the US economy, and much more.

Analysis of the top players in the market, along with their SWOT analysis is also included in the report.
A. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

B. INTRODUCTION TO WIRELESS NETWORKS

B.1 What is a Wireless Network?
B.2 Types of Wireless Networks
B.2.1 Wireless LAN
B.2.2 Wireless MAN
B.2.3 Mobile Device Networks
B.3 Uses of a Wireless Network
B.4 Concerns & Issues

C. ANALYSIS OF THE WIRELESS TELECOM MARKET IN THE US

C.1 Industry Profile
C.2 Industry Segmentation & Market Share
C.3 Industry Value & Volume Analysis
C.4 Competition in the Industry
C.5 Industry Forecast

D. ANALYZING THE WIRELESS TELECOM TECHNOLOGIES

D.1 2.5G Solutions
D.2 3G Solutions
D.3 Wi-Fi

E. APPLICATIONS OF WIRELESS TELECOM SERVICES

E.1 Text Messages
E.2 Browsing the Internet through WAP
E.3 Handheld Applications
E.4 Location-based Services
E.5 Blogging from the Mobile
E.6 Photography Applications
E.7 Wireless Videos

F. EFFECT OF THE US WIRELESS TELECOM INDUSTRY ON THE US ECONOMY

F.1 Introduction
F.2 Benefits Related to the Supply Side from Wireless Services
F.2.1 Introduction
F.2.2 Analysis of the Value Chain
F.2.3 Value Added to the Economy (GDP Contribution)
F.2.4 Impact on Employment
F.2.5 Impact on Government Revenues from the US Wireless Telecom Industry
F.3 Analyzing the Productivity Gains from Wireless Services
F.3.1 Introduction
F.3.2 Labor Productivity Growth & Usage of IT, Computers & Telecommunications
F.3.3 Impact of Wireless Telecom on Labor Productivity Growth
F.3.4 Productivity Achievements from Wireless Voice Services
F.3.5 Productivity Achievements from Wireless Data Services
F.4 Analyzing Consumer Surplus from Wireless Voice Services
F.4.1 Introduction
F.4.2 Measuring Economic Welfare & Consumer Surplus
F.4.3 Historical Estimates of Consumer Surplus
F.4.4 Present-day Estimates of Consumer Surplus
F.4.5 Estimating the Size of US Consumer Surplus
F.5 Outlook for Economic Benefits from the US Wireless Telecom Industry
F.5.1 Introduction
F.5.2 Outlook for Wireless Services Benefits
F.5.3 Measuring the US Global Competitiveness in Wireless Services
F.5.4 Understanding Further Benefits

G. CASE STUDIES: ANALYZING PRODUCTIVITY GAINS

H. US TELECOM NETWORKS – PRIVATELY OWNED OR GOVERNMENT CONTROLLED?

H.1 Introduction
H.2 Historical Background & Regulatory Framework
H.3 Required Investment
H.4 Conclusion

I. REGULATORY FRAMEWORK OF THE US WIRELESS TELECOMMUNICATIONS FACILITIES

J. ANALYZING WIRELESS TELECOM SYSTEMS POWERED BY PHOTOVOLTAICS

J.1 Introduction
J.2 Market Drivers
J.3 Issues & Challenges
J.4 Case in Point: Lucid Inc’s PV-Powered Wireless System
J.5 Digital Phones vs. Cellular vs. PCS
J.6 Introduction of Smart Phones
J.7 Using Photovoltaics with Telecommunications
J.8 Looking at Military Use of Photovoltaics for Telecom
J.9 Case in Point: Call Box Systems in California
J.10 Competition in this Sector
J.11 Looking at Satellite-based Telecommunications
J.12 Looking at the Stratospheric Telecommunications Service (STS)
J.13 Understanding the Viewpoint of PV Manufacturers
J.14 Understanding the Viewpoint of Telecom Manufacturers & Suppliers
J.15 Conclusion

K. CASE STUDIES

K.1 Wireless Telecom Industry in California
K.2 Wireless Telecom Industry in New York
K.3 Wireless Telecom Industry in Florida
K.4 Wireless Telecom Industry in Texas
K.5 Wireless Telecom Industry in Illinois

L. LEADING INDUSTRY CONTRIBUTORS

L.1 AT&T Inc
L.1.1 Corporate Profile
L.1.2 Business Segment Analysis
L.1.3 Financial Analysis
L.1.4 SWOT Analysis
L.2 Sprint Nextel Corporation
L.2.1 Corporate Profile
L.2.2 Business Segment Analysis
L.2.3 Financial Analysis
L.2.4 SWOT Analysis
L.3 T-Mobile
L.3.1 Corporate Profile
L.3.2 Business Segment Analysis
L.3.3 Financial Analysis
L.3.4 SWOT Analysis
L.4 Alcatel-Lucent
L.4.1 Corporate Profile
L.4.2 Business Segment Analysis
L.4.3 Financial Analysis
L.4.4 SWOT Analysis
L.5 ALLTEL Corporation
L.5.1 Corporate Profile
L.5.2 Business Segment Analysis
L.5.3 Financial Analysis
L.5.4 SWOT Analysis
L.6 Verizon Wireless
L.6.1 Corporate Profile
L.6.2 Business Segment Analysis
L.6.3 Financial Analysis

M. APPENDIX

N. GLOSSARY OF TERMS

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