LTE Network Commitments: 132 operators in 56 countries are now investing in LTE

The Global mobile Suppliers Association (GSA) says that 101 firm LTE network deployments are planned or in progress in 41 countries, including 3 systems which have commercially launched (in Sweden,

LTE and the Road to 4G 2010-2015

With the soaring adoption of data services by mobile subscribers using handsets and laptops, data traffic has skyrocketed and 3G utilisation rates are fast-approaching threshold levels and threaten

The Business Case for 4G Mobile Networks

The Business Case for 4G Mobile Networks is a complimentary special report that analyzes the myriad of decisions mobile operators must make in planning their 3G+ and 4G networks, packet core and se

U. S. Mobile Revenue to Overtake All Fixed-Line Services by 2015, Pyramid Finds

Through 2015, the U.S.

500,000 new 4G Subscriptions in 2010

4G technology deployments and subscriptions will begin to take root in 2010 but only in North America and Western Europe reports In-Stat.

Small Base Stations Vital To LTE & WiMAX Deployments

According to a new In-Stat report small cell base stations—femtocells, picocells, and microcells—are going to have a large role in this deployment strategy. 

ABI Research: 2011 belongs to LTE

According to a new ABI Research report 2011 will be the year of LTE, as both Verizon Wireless in the United States and NTT DoCoMo in Japan are expected to begin wide-scale roll-outs by the end of 2

WiMAX and LTE - The Case for 4G Coexistence

Although the hype around WiMAX is quickly dissipating, we believe the standard has gained enough backing and volume to serve as an alternative for the provisioning of mobile broadband access.

Worldwide Mobile Subscriptions Forecast to Exceed Five Billion by 4Q-2010

ABI Research forecasts over five billion mobile subscriptions by the end of 2010, with an approximate 4.8 billion connections having been reached by the end of the year’s first quarter.

LTE to account for over 60% of 4G-enabled mobile devices in 2014

Baseband modem integration into mobile devices will reach 2 billion by 2014 despite market and technical hurdles, according to a recent report by In-Stat. 


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