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LTE:本当のディスラプティブ技術でありビジネスチャンスなのか?

LTE: a real disruptive technology and business opportunity?

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LTE:本当のディスラプティブ技術でありビジネスチャンスなのか? LTE: a real disruptive technology and business opportunity?
出版日: 2012年07月26日 ページ情報: 英文
概要

当レポートでは、LTEの技術およびビジネス側面について詳細に分析し、電気通信市場を絶え間なく変化させる主な促進因子、LTEとその発展、新しい市場ニーズへの技術的反応としてのLTE Advanced、スペクトル配分の現況、LTEエコシステムの世界的な状況、および世界のLTEイニシアチブなどを取り上げており、LTEのビジネス事例をまとめ、概略以下の構成でお届けいたします。

エグゼクティブサマリー

第1章 4Gへのスムーズな移行

  • LTE:有望な技術
  • 本書の構成

第2章 LTEの促進因子

  • 人々にとってのインターネットとその先
  • 電気通信市場における変化の必要性

第3章 LTEの技術入門書

  • はっきりとした標準化の方向
  • LTEの利用法
  • LTEの進歩とその先
  • 実績の概略

第4章 LTEの導入:どのスペクトルか?

  • 対象のスペクトル帯
  • スペクトル配分の現在の動向

第5章 LTEエコシステムの状況

  • LTEエコシステムの主要企業
  • ユーザー機器ベンダー
  • ネットワークインフラサプライヤー
  • ワイヤレスバックホーリングソリューションプロバイダー

第6章 世界のLTEイニシアチブ

  • 世界の概観
  • 欧州
  • 南北アメリカ
  • 中東・アフリカ
  • 極東
  • オセアニア

第7章 LTEビジネス事例の重要因子

  • 枠組み
  • LTEのビジネス事例
  • LTEの成功を弱体化し得る要因は何か?

第8章 結論

頭字語

参考資料

付録A:ベンダーの概要

付録B:LTEビジネス事例の分析ツール

図表

目次

Abstract

Description

This report presents an in-depth analysis about the promising technology LTE taking into account not only technology aspects but also business aspects. In detail, it points out the key drivers that are continuously changing the Telecom market and analyzes LTE and its evolution, LTE Advanced, as technological response to the emerging market needs. In addition, it provides an overview of current trends in spectrum allocation, global status of the LTE ecosystem and worldwide initiatives to date. Finally, it explores LTE business case implications for incumbent and greenfield mobile operators through an accurate scenario and sensitivity analysis.

Topics Covered

  • Emerging needs of the Telecom market
  • LTE technology primer
  • Candidate spectrum bands and licensing experience to date
  • Availability of LTE equipment (eNodeB, UE, EPC components, wireless backhauling)
  • Operator plans, commitments, trials, deployments, launches
  • Critical factors for the LTE business case

Benefits of the report

  • Value added: A set of guidelines and figures are provided to approach LTE and fully seize opportunities offered
  • Accurate: The analysis is based on a superior business case modeling specific for LTE networks in incumbent and greenfield scenarios
  • Unbiased: Assumptions are based on the standards, suggested by experience and gathered through audits with operators, vendors, manufacturers and regulators
  • Plus: TEA|LTE is a unique and innovative application to perform LTE business case analyses taking into account all critical factors (market, technical, economic and financial) from the outset

Questions addressed

  • Which are the Telecom market dynamics?
  • How do LTE and its evolution LTE Advanced work?
  • How to formulate properly spectrum licensing policies?
  • Which are LTE equipment ready to support commercial deployments?
  • How are mobile operators currently moving towards LTE?
  • How to best achieve LTE profitability in incumbent and greenfield scenarios?

Who could benefit

  • Operators
  • Vendors & Manufactures
  • Regulators
  • Analysts & Consulting Firms
  • Universities

Vendors mentioned

  • Acer
  • Actiontec
  • Airspan
  • Alcatel-Lucent
  • Alvarion
  • AnyDATA
  • Athena
  • Aviat Networks
  • AVM
  • AXIS Network Technology
  • BandRich
  • BelAir networks
  • Blinq Networks
  • Bridgewave
  • Buffalo
  • Cambium Networks
  • Cambridge Broadband Networks
  • Ceragon
  • Cisco System
  • C-motech
  • CradlePoint
  • Dell
  • Dovado
  • DragonWave
  • Ericsson
  • Exalt
  • Franklin Wireless
  • Fujitsu
  • GammaTech
  • Gemtek
  • Gigabeam
  • GTC semiconductor
  • Hitachi
  • HP
  • HTC
  • Huawei
  • InfiNet Wireless
  • Ip.access
  • IPWireless
  • Juni
  • Juniper Networks
  • KLAS
  • LANCOM
  • LG
  • Lightpointe
  • Motorola
  • NEC
  • NetComm
  • Netgear
  • Nexaira
  • Nexpring
  • Nokia
  • Novatel Wireless
  • Panasonic
  • Pantech
  • Powerwave
  • Prolink
  • Qualcomm
  • RAD
  • RADWIN
  • Radiocomp
  • Renesas
  • RIM
  • Ruckus Wireless
  • Samsung
  • Sequans
  • Siae Microelettronica
  • Sierra wireless
  • Siklu
  • ST-Ericsson
  • Stratex Networks
  • Sumitomo Electrics
  • Tecore Networks
  • Tellabs
  • Teradek
  • Trango
  • Ventus
  • Vololink
  • ZTE
  • ZyXEL

Network operators and service providers mentioned

  • A1 Telekom Austria
  • Belgacom
  • Deutsche Telekom
  • DNA
  • Elisa Corporation
  • EMT
  • Huchinson 3G Austria
  • LMT
  • Mobyland & Center NET
  • Omnitel
  • Polkomtel
  • T-Mobile Austria
  • T-Mobile Hungary
  • TDC
  • TeliaSonera
  • Tele2
  • Telefonica
  • Telenor

THE AUTHORS OF THE REPORT

Elena Briola is VP of Technology Consulting at WiTech. She has in-depth technical and economic expertise in wireless access technologies, such as GSM, UMTS/HSPA, LTE, WiMAX, TETRA/TEDS and Wi-Fi, as well as in high-capacity wireless backhauling solutions. She is well-skilled to develop cost modelings for telco network and she is the product manager for the family of business case analysis tools TEA.

Andrea Calcagno is CEO and founder of WiTech. He has a strong technical and economic background in the telecommunication industry with a focus on next generation networks and services. Thanks to his expertise, he has been the leader of more than fifty projects concerning wireless next generation networks and services (WiFi, 3G/HSPA, WiMAX, LTE, Smart Metering) for several telco operators, system integrators, vendors and consulting firms in the domestic market and international arena.

About WITECH

Founded in October 2003 as a spin-off of the University of Pisa, WiTech has quickly become a leading company operating in the telecommunication market with a focus on next generation wireless technologies.

WiTech provides high performance managed services and solutions to create a measurable business value for its international clients, including network operators & service providers, vendors & manufactures, regulators, analysts & consulting firms and universities.

Focusing on Technology Consulting, WiTech has an in-depth expertise in developing the cost modeling of telco networks to understand the actual costs and improve pricing and market entry decisions.

Table of Contents

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. A SMOOTH MIGRATION TOWARDS 4G

  • 1.1. LTE: a promising technology
  • 1.2. Structure of this report

2. THE DRIVERS TO LTE

  • 2.1. The Internet for people and beyond
  • 2.2. The need for changes for the Telecom market
    • 2.2.1. The imperative for network operators and service providers
    • 2.2.2. A forward-looking spectrum management
    • 2.2.3. The importance of an industry alignment for network deployments
    • 2.2.4. Becoming the suppliers of feature-rich and cost competitive solutions

3. LTE TECHNOLOGY PRIMER

  • 3.1. A clear standardization path
  • 3.2. How LTE works
    • 3.2.1. Targets
    • 3.2.2. Evolved radio air interface
    • 3.2.3. Simplified core network
    • 3.2.4. QoS differentiation
    • 3.2.5. Security
    • 3.2.6. Mobility
    • 3.2.7. SON
    • 3.2.8. Voice and SMS services over LTE
  • 3.3. LTE Advanced and beyond
    • 3.3.1. Targets
    • 3.3.2. Additional technology components
  • 3.4. Performance in a nutshell

4. LTE DEPLOYMENT: WHICH SPECTRUM?

  • 4.1. Candidate spectrum bands
  • 4.2. Current trends in spectrum allocation
    • 4.2.1. The most attractive spectrum bands
    • 4.2.2. Licensing experience to date

5. STATUS OF THE LTE ECOSYSTEM

  • 5.1. The main players of the LTE ecosystem
  • 5.2. User equipment vendors
    • 5.2.1. Module
    • 5.2.2. Tablet
    • 5.2.3. Laptop
    • 5.2.4. PC-card
    • 5.2.5. Smartphone
    • 5.2.6. Router
    • 5.2.7. USB Dongle
  • 5.3. Network infrastructure suppliers
    • 5.3.1. eNB suppliers
    • 5.3.2. EPC component suppliers
  • 5.4 Wireless backhauling solution providers

6. WHAT'S ON GLOBAL LTE INITIATIVES

  • 6.1. The whole picture
  • 6.2. Europe
  • 6.3. Americas
  • 6.4. Middle East & Africa
  • 6.5. Far East
  • 6.6. Oceania

7. CRITICAL FACTORS FOR THE LTE BUSINESS CASE

  • 7.1. Framework
  • 7.2. A LTE business case sample
    • 7.2.1. The whole picture
    • 7.2.2. Business potentialities of LTE
  • 7.3. What factors can undermine the LTE success?

8. CONCLUSIONS

ACRONYMS

REFERENCES

Annex A - OVERVIEW OF VENDORS

Annex B - TEA|LTE: THE LTE BUSINESS CASE ANALYSIS TOOL

LIST OF FIGURES

  • Figure 1 - Structure of this report
  • Figure 2 - Samples of disruptive applications
  • Figure 3 - Internet of things
  • Figure 4 - Global mobile broadband traffic forecast
  • Figure 5 - Mobile broadband traffic sources
  • Figure 6 - The imperative for network operators and service providers3
  • Figure 7 - Main strategies to foster the adoption of LTE
  • Figure 8 - Main standardization and industry bodies
  • Figure 9 - The dictate for vendors
  • Figure 10 - Standardization timeline for LTE and beyond
  • Figure 11 - LTE features
  • Figure 12 - Frequency representation of OFDM
  • Figure 13 - Spatial multiplexing and transmit diversity
  • Figure 14 - Beamforming
  • Figure 15 - OFDMA scheme
  • Figure 16 - High PAPR challenge
  • Figure 17 - SC-FDMA scheme
  • Figure 18 - FFR
  • Figure 19 - SFR
  • Figure 20 - High level view of EPS
  • Figure 21 - Possible hardware configurations of EPC
  • Figure 22 - SAE bearer model
  • Figure 23 - Timeline for IMT Advanced and LTE Advanced
  • Figure 24 - Additional LTE Advanced features
  • Figure 25 - Attractive spectrum bands for LTE deployments
  • Figure 26 - Revised 700 MHz band plan in the US
  • Figure 27 - 800 MHz band plan options in Europe
  • Figure 28 - AWS-1 band plan in US and Canada
  • Figure 29 - PCS band plan in the US
  • Figure 30 - 2600 MHz band plan options in Europe
  • Figure 31 - LTE ecosystem
  • Figure 32 - Focus on vendors
  • Figure 33 - Breakdown of LTE UE by form factor
  • Figure 34 - AnyDATA DTP-960S
  • Figure 35 - BandRich BandLuxe M500 Series
  • Figure 36 - Cisco Systems EHWIC family
  • Figure 37 - GTC GDM7240
  • Figure 38 - Huawei Technologies EM920
  • Figure 39 - Novatel Wireless Expedite E162, E362 and E373
  • Figure 40 - Qualcomm MDM9615, MDM9625 and MDM9225
  • Figure 41 - Renesas SP2531 and MP5225
  • Figure 42 - Sequans SQN3010
  • Figure 43 - Sierra Wireless AirPrime MC Series
  • Figure 44 - ST-Ericsson Thor Family
  • Figure 45 - Acer Iconia Tab A500
  • Figure 46 - Cisco Systems Cius
  • Figure 47 - Motorola XOOM MZ602
  • Figure 48 - Blackberry RIM 4G Playbook
  • Figure 49 - Samsung Electronics Galaxy Tab 10.1 4G LTE tablet
  • Figure 50 - ZTE Light Series and V11
  • Figure 51 - Dell Latitude E-Family
  • Figure 52 - GammaTech D12C
  • Figure 53 - HP Pavilion DM1-3010NR and Compaq CQ10-688NR
  • Figure 54 - Panasonic Toughbook CF 53 laptop
  • Figure 55 - Samsung Electronics N150, N350 and X430
  • Figure 56 - Fujitsu Xi F-06C
  • Figure 57 - IPWireless PC-card
  • Figure 58 - HTC Thunderbolt
  • Figure 59 - LG Electronics VS910 Revolution
  • Figure 60 - Motorola Droid Bionic
  • Figure 61 - Samsung Electronics LTE smartphones
  • Figure 62 - ZTE V5L
  • Figure 63 - Actiontec Electronics 4GRN 4G LTE router family
  • Figure 64 - AVM FritzBox 6840
  • Figure 65 - BandRich BandLuxe PR50 and R500 Series
  • Figure 66 - Buffalo Xi BF-01C
  • Figure 67 - C-motech CLR-960
  • Figure 68 - Cradlepoint CBA750, CRT500 and MBR1200
  • Figure 69 - Dovado Tiny, 4GR and 3GN
  • Figure 70 - Fujitsu Si-R G200
  • Figure 71 - Gemtek router
  • Figure 72 - Huawei Technologies B390, B593 and B1000
  • Figure 73 - Lancom 1681-4G
  • Figure 74 - LG Electronics FM300 and L-90C
  • Figure 75 - NEC BBRide
  • Figure 76 - NetComm Liberty Series
  • Figure 77 - Netgear MBR Series
  • Figure 78 - Nexaira Business Class II routers
  • Figure 79 - Novatel Wireless MiFi 4510L
  • Figure 80 - Prolink PWH2004
  • Figure 81 - Samsung Electronics SHV-E100L and SCH-LC11
  • Figure 82 - Sierra Wireless AirCard 754S and AirLink GX400
  • Figure 83 - Teradek Cube 150 and Cube 250
  • Figure 84 - Ventus V4500 and V2000
  • Figure 85 - Vololink VoloAccess VA126
  • Figure 86 - ZyXEL ZLR-2070S, MWR-211 and MWR-222
  • Figure 87 - AnyDATA ADU-960S
  • Figure 88 - BandRich C500 Series
  • Figure 89 - Franklin Wireless U700
  • Figure 90 - Gemtek USB dongle
  • Figure 91 - Huawei Technologies E392, E397 and E398
  • Figure 92 - IPWireless USB dongle
  • Figure 93 - LG Electronics L-02C, LD100, VL600 and AD600
  • Figure 94 - Motorola 7110
  • Figure 95 - Nexpring LTE USB dongle
  • Figure 96 - Nokia Siemens Network RD-3
  • Figure 97 - Novatel Wireless Ovation MC551 and USB551L
  • Figure 98 - Pantech UML290
  • Figure 99 - Samsung Electronics B3710, B3730 and B3740
  • Figure 100 - Sierra Wireless AirCard 313U
  • Figure 101 - ZTE AL600, AL621, MF820 and MF91
  • Figure 102 - Gartner Magic Quadrant
  • Figure 103 - LTE deployment scenario
  • Figure 104 - Airspan Networks AirSynergy, Air4G and AirHarmony
  • Figure 105 - Alcatel Lucent BBU and RRH
  • Figure 106 - Alvarion BreezeCompact
  • Figure 107 - Axis Network Technology AceAxis LTE 4x4 MIMO
  • Figure 108 - Ericsson MU with DUG/DUL and RRU (RRUS 01 and RRUS 11)
  • Figure 109 - Ericsson BelAir2100 and BelAir100LP
  • Figure 110 - Huawei Technologies DBS3900
  • Figure 111 - ip.access E-100 AP
  • Figure 112 - IP Wireless LTE v6 eNB
  • Figure 113 - Juni JL-920 and JL-7000
  • Figure 114 - KLAS Telecom KP4600
  • Figure 115 - NEC MB4300 and Macro eNB
  • Figure 116 - Nokia Siemens Networks Flexi Multiradio BTS
  • Figure 117 - Powerwave Technologies Universal RRH Platform
  • Figure 118 - Radiocomp RRH Platform
  • Figure 119 - Ruckus Wireless SmartCell 8800
  • Figure 120 - Sumitomo Electrics RRH Platform
  • Figure 121 - ZTE BBU and RRU
  • Figure 122 - Alcatel Lucent 7750 Service Router and 9471 Wireless Mobility Manager
  • Figure 123 - Cisco ASR 5000 Platform
  • Figure 124 - Ericsson CPG and SGSN-MME
  • Figure 125 - Hitachi ER5000
  • Figure 126 - Juniper MX Series
  • Figure 127 - NEC Compact EPC
  • Figure 128 - Nokia Siemens Networks Flexi NG and NS
  • Figure 129 - Tecore Networks iCore EPC
  • Figure 130 - Tellabs SmartCore 9100 Platform
  • Figure 131 - ZTE ZXUN xGW
  • Figure 132 - Alcatel Lucent MPR 9500
  • Figure 133 - Athena Wireless Communications A060-Mini and A080-Fatum
  • Figure 134 - Aviat Networks Eclipse, IRU600 and ODU600
  • Figure 135 - Aviat Networks WTM 3000 and E-Link 1000
  • Figure 136 - BLiNQ Compact Base Station Backhaul
  • Figure 137 - Bridgewave FE60U, AR80/AR80X and FlexPort 80-3000
  • Figure 138 - Cambium Networks PTP 500 and PTP 800
  • Figure 139 - Cambridge Broadband Networks VectaStar Gigabit AP and CPE
  • Figure 140 - Ceragon FibeAir IP-10Q, FibeAir IP-10C and FibeAir IP-10 E-Series
  • Figure 141 - DragonWave Horizon Series
  • Figure 142 - Ericsson Mini-Link PT 2010, Mini-Link CN and Mini-Link TN
  • Figure 143 - Exalt ExtendAir r5000
  • Figure 144 - GigaBeam Gi-CORE, Gi-FLEX-E/-F and Gi-LINX
  • Figure 145 - Huawei Technologies RNT600 and RNT900
  • Figure 146 - Infinet InfiLINK 2x2 PRO
  • Figure 147 - LightPointe Airebeam family
  • Figure 148 - NEC NLite and Pasolink
  • Figure 149 - Nokia Siemens Networks Flexi Series
  • Figure 150 - RAD Airmux-400 and Airmux-5000
  • Figure 151 - RADWIN 2000 C and 5000 HPMP
  • Figure 152 - Siae Microelettronica ALFOplus and ALFOplus80
  • Figure 153 - Siklu EtherHaul
  • Figure 154 - Stratex Eclipse
  • Figure 155 - Trango Elite and Giga Series
  • Figure 156 - Map of LTE deployments
  • Figure 157 - A1 Telekom Austria LTE coverage area
  • Figure 158 - Telekom LTE devices
  • Figure 159 - DNA LTE commercial launch
  • Figure 160 - Elisa offering
  • Figure 161 - EMT LTE coverage area
  • Figure 162 - Huchinson 3G Austria pricing and packaging
  • Figure 163 - LMT LTE commercial launch
  • Figure 164 - CenterNet and Mobyland launch in Poland
  • Figure 165 - Omnitel LTE launch in Lithuania
  • Figure 166 - Polkomtel LTE launch in Poland through Plus Brand
  • Figure 167 - T-Mobile Austria LTE trial
  • Figure 168 - T-Mobile Hungary LTE trial
  • Figure 169 - TDC LTE launch advertisement
  • Figure 170 - Teliasonera LTE commercial launch
  • Figure 171 - Net4Mobility
  • Figure 172 - Telefonica pricing and packaging
  • Figure 173 - Telenor LTE packaging in Sweden
  • Figure 174 - Vodafone pricing and packaging in Germany
  • Figure 175 - Yota Bel LTE advertisement
  • Figure 176 - AT&T Mobility USBConnect and Momentum Elevate 4G devices
  • Figure 177 - Bell LTE commercial launchFigure 178 - Claro LTE commercial launch
  • Figure 179 - Cricket LTE commercial launch
  • Figure 180 - MetroPCS LTE commercial launch
  • Figure 181 - Rogers Wireless LTE commercial launch
  • Figure 182 - SKY Brazil LTE commercial launch
  • Figure 183 - Verizon LTE commercial launch and web site
  • Figure 184 - News about LTE deployment on Etisalat website
  • Figure 185 - MTC commercial launch announcement
  • Figure 186 - Mobily LTE launch announcements
  • Figure 187 - STC LTE commercial launch news
  • Figure 188 - Ucell LTE launch announcements
  • Figure 189 - VIVA LTE launch announcement
  • Figure 190 - Viva Bahrain LTE advertisement on company website
  • Figure 191 - Vivacell-MTS commercial launch
  • Figure 192 - Zain LTE news on the website
  • Figure 193 - CSL LTE Pricing and packaging
  • Figure 194 - KT LTE launch announcement
  • Figure 195 - LG Uplus commercial Launch
  • Figure 196 - M1 first deployment
  • Figure 197 - Xi Brand name for LTE NTT DOCOMO launch
  • Figure 198 - Smartphone launch for LTE services
  • Figure 199 - SingTel launch for LTE services
  • Figure 200 - Smart Communication news
  • Figure 201 - Telstra LTE announcements
  • Figure 202 - High level view of the technical-economic model TEA
  • Figure 203 - Italian territory
  • Figure 204 - Summary of Italian territorial and demographic data
  • Figure 205 - Service profiles
  • Figure 206 - Penetration rate
  • Figure 207 - Net data rate @ 10 MHz
  • Figure 208 - Net data rate @ 20 MHz
  • Figure 209 - eNB configuration
  • Figure 210 - UE configuration
  • Figure 211 - Margins @ 800 MHz
  • Figure 212 - Network roll-out rate
  • Figure 213 - Summary of main CAPEX
  • Figure 214 - Summary of main OPEX COS
  • Figure 215 - Summary of the personnel cost
  • Figure 216 - Other assumptions
  • Figure 217 - Market forecast
  • Figure 218 - Revenue forecast
  • Figure 219 - Coverage performanceFigure 220 - Capacity performance
  • Figure 221 - Network dimensioning
  • Figure 222 - Network roll-out
  • Figure 223 - CAPEX breakdown
  • Figure 224 - OPEX COS breakdown
  • Figure 225 - OPEX SG&A breakdown
  • Figure 226 - Profit & Loss
  • Figure 227 - Cash Flow
  • Figure 228 - Conclusions in a nutshell
  • Figure 229 - Work flow for the Market Analysis
  • Figure 230 - Work flow for the Technical Analysis
  • Figure 231 - Work flow for the Economic and Financial Analysis
  • Figure 232 - Environment of TEA|LTE

LIST OF TABLES

  • Table 1 - LTE key targets
  • Table 2 - LTE FDD vs LTE TDD
  • Table 3 - UE classes
  • Table 4 - QCI classes
  • Table 5 - IMT Advanced and LTE Advanced key targets
  • Table 6 - LTE and LTE Advanced performance at a glance
  • Table 7 - 3GPP FDD LTE spectrum bands
  • Table 8 - 3GPP TDD LTE spectrum bands
  • Table 9 - LTE spectrum bands SWOT analysis
  • Table 10 - Summary of licensing experience to date
  • Table 11 - UE vendors
  • Table 12 - AnyDATA DTP-960S
  • Table 13 - BandRich BandLuxe M500 Series
  • Table 14 - Cisco Systems EHWIC family
  • Table 15 - Huawei Technologies EM920
  • Table 16 - Novatel Wireless Expedite LGA
  • Table 17 - Novatel Wireless Expedite PCI Express Mini Card
  • Table 18 - Sequans SQN3010
  • Table 19 - Sierra Wireless AirPrime MC Series
  • Table 20 - ST-Ericsson Thor family
  • Table 21 - Acer Iconia Tab A500
  • Table 22 - Cisco Systems Cius
  • Table 23 - Motorola XOOM MZ602
  • Table 24 - Blackberry RIM 4G Playbook
  • Table 25 - Samsung Electronics Galaxy Tab 10.1 4G LTE tablet
  • Table 26 - ZTE Light Series and V11
  • Table 27 - Dell Latitude E-Family
  • Table 28 - GammaTech D12C
  • Table 29 - HP Pavilion DM1-3010NR and Compaq CQ10-688NR
  • Table 30 - Panasonic Toughbook CF 53 laptop
  • Table 31 - Samsung Electronics N150, N350, X430
  • Table 32 - IPWireless PC-card
  • Table 33 - HTC Thunderbolt
  • Table 34 - LG Electronics VS910 Revolution
  • Table 35 - Motorola Droid Bionic
  • Table 36 - Samsung Electronics LTE smartphones
  • Table 37 - Actiontec Electronics 4GRN 4G LTE router family
  • Table 38 - AVM FritzBox 6840
  • Table 39 - BandRich BandLuxe PR50 Series
  • Table 40 - BandRich BandLuxe R500 Series
  • Table 41 - C-motech CLR-960
  • Table 42 - Cradlepoint MBR Series
  • Table 43 - Cradlepoint CBA and CRT Series
  • Table 44 - Dovado Tiny, 4GR and 3GN
  • Table 45 - Fujitsu Si-R G200
  • Table 46 - LG Electronics FM300 and L-90C
  • Table 47 - NetComm Liberty Series
  • Table 48 - Netgear MBR Series
  • Table 49 - Nexaira Business Class II routers
  • Table 50 - Novatel Wireless MiFi 4510L
  • Table 51 - Prolink PWH2004 router
  • Table 52 - Sierra Wireless AirCard 754S and AirLink GX400
  • Table 53 - Teradek Cube 150 and Cube 250
  • Table 54 - Ventus V Series
  • Table 55 - Vololink VoloAccess VA126
  • Table 56 - ZyXEL ZLR-2070S, MWR-211 and MWR-222
  • Table 57 - AnyDATA ADU-960S
  • Table 58 - BandRich C500 Series USB
  • Table 59 - IPWireless USB dongle
  • Table 60 - Motorola 7110
  • Table 61 - Nexpring LTE USB dongle
  • Table 62 - Novatel Wireless Ovation MC551 and USB551L
  • Table 63 - Sierra Wireless AirCard 313U and 320U
  • Table 64 - eNB suppliers
  • Table 65 - Airspan Networks AirSynergy, Air4G and AirHarmony
  • Table 66 - Alcatel Lucent eNB
  • Table 67 - Alvarion BreezeCompact
  • Table 68 - Ericsson RBS 6000
  • Table 69 - Ericsson BelAir2100 and BelAir100LP
  • Table 70 - Huawei Technologies eNB
  • Table 71 - ip.access E-100 AP
  • Table 72 - IP Wireless LTE v6 eNB
  • Table 73 - Juni JL-920 and JL-7000
  • Table 74 - KLAS Telecom KP4600
  • Table 75 - NEC MB4300 and Macro eNB
  • Table 76 - Nokia Siemens Networks Flexi Multiradio BTS
  • Table 77 - Sumitomo Electrics RRH Platform
  • Table 78 - ZTE eNB
  • Table 79 - EPC component suppliers
  • Table 80 - Alcatel Lucent 7750 Service Router and 9471 Wireless Mobility Manager
  • Table 81 - Cisco ASR 5000 Platform
  • Table 82 - Ericsson CPG and SGSN-MME
  • Table 83 - Hitachi ER5000
  • Table 84 - Juniper MX Series
  • Table 85 - NEC Compact EPC
  • Table 86 - Nokia Siemens Networks Networks Flexi NG and NS
  • Table 87 - Tecore Networks iCore EPC
  • Table 88 - Tellabs SmartCore 9100 Platform
  • Table 89 - ZTE ZXUN xGW
  • Table 90 - PTP vs PMP wireless backhauling solutions
  • Table 91 - Wireless backhauling solutions providers
  • Table 92 - Alcatel Lucent MPR 9500
  • Table 93 - Athena Wireless Communications A060-Mini and A080-Fatum
  • Table 94 - Aviat Networks Eclipse, IRU600 and ODU600
  • Table 95 - Aviat Networks WMT300 and E-Link 1000
  • Table 96 - BLiNQ Compact Base Station Backhaul
  • Table 97 - Bridgewave FlexPort 80, FlexPort μwave, FlexPort 80-3000
  • Table 98 - Bridgewave FE80U/FE80XU, GE80/GE80X, BW80/BW80X and AR80/AR80X
  • Table 99 - Bridgewave FE60U, GE60 and AR60/AR60X
  • Table 100 - Cambium Networks PTP 500, PTP 600 and PTP 800
  • Table 101 - Cambridge Broadband Networks VectaStar Gigabit AP and CPE
  • Table 102 - Ceragon FibeAir IP-10Q, FibeAir IP-10C and FibeAir IP-10 E-Series
  • Table 103 - Dragonwave Horizon Series
  • Table 104 - Ericsson Mini-Link PT family
  • Table 105 - Ericsson Mini-Link CN family
  • Table 106 - Ericsson MiniLink TN family
  • Table 107 - Exalt ExploreAir, ExtendAir and EX-s Series
  • Table 108 - GigaBeam Gi-CORE, Gi-FLEX-E/-F and Gi-LINX
  • Table 109 - Huawei Technologies RNT600 and RNT900
  • Table 110 - Infinet InfiLINK 2x2 PRO
  • Table 111 - LightPointe Airebeam G60 and Airebeam G70
  • Table 112 - NEC NLite and Pasolink
  • Table 113 - Nokia Siemens Networks Flexi Series
  • Table 114 - RAD Airmux-400 and Airmux-5000
  • Table 115 - RADWIN 2000 C and 5000 HPMP
  • Table 116 - Siae Microelettronica ALFOplus and ALFOplus80
  • Table 117 - Stratex Eclipse
  • Table 118 - Trango Elite and Giga Series
  • Table 119 - Commercial networks
  • Table 120 - A1 Telekom Austria service profiles and pricing
  • Table 121 - Telekom service profiles and pricing
  • Table 122 - Elisa service profiles and pricing
  • Table 123 - EMT service profiles and pricing
  • Table 124 - Huchinson 3G Austria service profiles and pricing
  • Table 125 - LMT service profiles and pricing
  • Table 126 - Omnitel service profiles and pricing
  • Table 127 - T-Mobile Austria service profiles and pricing
  • Table 128 - T-Mobile Austria service profiles and pricing
  • Table 129 - TDC service profiles and pricing
  • Table 130 - TeliaSonera service profiles and pricing in Sweden
  • Table 131 - TeliaSonera service profiles and pricing in Norway
  • Table 132 - TeliaSonera service profiles and pricing in Denmark
  • Table 133 - TeliaSonera service profiles and pricing in Estonia
  • Table 134 - TeliaSonera service profiles and pricing in Finland
  • Table 135 - Tele2 service profiles and pricing in Sweden
  • Table 136 - Telefonica service profiles and pricing
  • Table 137 - Telenor service profiles and pricing in Sweden
  • Table 138 - Vodafone service profiles and pricing in Germany
  • Table 139 - AT&T Mobility service profiles and pricing
  • Table 140 - Bell service profiles and pricing
  • Table 141 - Cricket service profiles and pricing
  • Table 142 - MetroPCS service profiles and pricing
  • Table 143 - Rogers Wireless service profiles and pricing
  • Table 144 - Verizon service profiles and pricing
  • Table 145 - STC service profiles and pricing
  • Table 146 - VivaCell-MTS service profiles and pricing
  • Table 147 - Zain service profiles and pricing
  • Table 148 - CSL service profiles and pricing for 1010
  • Table 149 - CSL service profiles and pricing for one2free
  • Table 150 - M1 service profiles and pricing
  • Table 151 - NTT DOCOMO service profiles and pricing
  • Table 152 - SK Telecom service profiles and pricing
  • Table 153 - SingTel service profiles and pricing
  • Table 154 - Telstra service profiles and pricing
  • Table 155 - Headcount
  • Table 156 - Market forecast
  • Table 157 - Revenue forecast
  • Table 158 - Network roll-out
  • Table 159 - CAPEX breakdown
  • Table 160 - OPEX COS breakdown
  • Table 161 - OPEX SG&A breakdown
  • Table 162 - TCO breakdown
  • Table 163 - Profit & Loss
  • Table 164 - Cash Flow
  • Table 165 - Economic and financial indicators
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