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Current Status and Future Development of the Worldwide LTE Markets, 2012 and Beyond

Current Status and Future Development of the Worldwide LTE Markets, 2012 and Beyond

As of the second quarter of 2012, the number of global LTE subscribers topped over 20.0 million, over 97% of which were constituted by subscribers in Asia and North America, according to MIC. In addition, as of June 2012 there were a total of 80 telecom operators officially launched their LTE networks, 20 of which were European and/or US operators, indicating strong growth momentum in Europe and the United States. Though the number of operators launching LTE services is relatively small in Asia and Africa, in anticipation of a lucrative market thanks to large populations, operators in Asia and Africa still stand their chances in 4G race. This report profiles the current development of leading LTE operators and supply chain companies in pan-America, Europe, Asia, Oceania, and Africa and provides an insight into future LTE market trends.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

1. Pan-American LTE Market Development

2. European LTE Market Development

3. The LTE Industry Development in North America and Europe

4. Asian LTE Market Development

5. Oceanian LTE Market Development

6. African LTE Market Development

7. The LTE Industry Development in Asia and Africa


List of Tables

Table 1 Pan-American LTE Market Development by Country and Operator

Table 2 European LTE Market Development by Country and Operator

Table 3 Asian LTE Market Development by Country and Operator

Table 4 Oceanian LTE Market Development by Country and Operator

Table 5 African LTE Market Development by Country and Operator

List of Figures

Figure 1 The Number of LTE Smartphones by Branded Vendor

List of Topics

The development of LTE markets worldwide including North, Central, Latin America, Europe, Asia, Oceania, and Africa, with individual country overviews and company highlights associated with LTE provided.

The global LTE market development by country and operator, with the inclusion of individual operators’ current status, frequency band usage, service coverage, kick-off schedule, equipment supplier, investment amount, and LTE user base.

LTE industry developments in North America, Europe, Asia and Africa, touching on the development of end-user device suppliers, IC suppliers, and equipment suppliers.

List of Companies

Companies and organizations analyzed or mentioned in the report include:

3 Hong Kong, 3 Sweden, A1, Aero2, Aircel, Airspan, Airtel, AIS, Alcatel-

Lucent, Altair, ALU, America Movil, Antares Telecom, Antel, Asiaspace, AT&T, AT&T Mobility, Azercell, Batelco, Bayanat al Oula, Bell Mobility, Bell Wireless, Bend Broadband, BeST, Bharti Airtel, Bite, Bouygues Telecom, Brazillian Oi, BSNL, BTL, C Spire Wireless, CAT, Celcom, Cellcom, CenterNet

China Mobile, China Mobile Hong Kong, CHT, Cisco, Claro, Clear Mobitel, Clearwire, Comcel, COSMOTE, CSL, CTBC, Datang Mobile, DNA, Dominanta, Du, eAccess, Elisa, EMT/Telia-Sonera, Entel, Entel PCS, Epesi? Technologies, Ericsson, Essar Telecom, ETB, Etisalat, Everything Everywhere, Far Eastone, Global Mobile Corp., Guangdong Mobile, HI3G, Hrvatski Telekom, Huawei, Hutchison 3G, iBurst, IDC, Innofidei, Intel, Iusacell, KDDI, Kenya Data Networks, KPN, KT, KT Freetel Co., K?Telecom/VivaCell?MTS, Leap /Cricket, Leap Wireless, LG Uplus, LG-Ericsson, LMT/TeliaSonera, M1, Maxis, MegaFon, MetroPCS, Micromax, Mobily, Mobyland, Movicel, Movil Entel, Movistar, MTC, MTN Business, MTNL, MTS, NBN, NEC, Nepal Telecom, Net4Mobility, Nextel, NSN, NTT DoCoMo, O2, Omantel, Omnitel/TeliaSonera, Open Mobile, Optimus/Sonaecom, Optus, Orange, Orange Austria, Orange Kenya, P4, Packet Networks, Panhandle, PCCW, Peoples Telephone, Personal, Pioneer cellular, Polkomtel/Plus, Polska Telefonia Cyfrowa, Qtel, Qualcomm, REDtone, Reliance, Rogers, Rostelecom, Safaricom, Samsung, Scartel, SFR, SingTel, SK Telecom, Sky do Brasil SA, Sky Telecom, Skylink, Smart, SMARTS, Smile, Softbank, Sprint Nextel, Sprocket Wireless, StarHub, STC, Sunrise, Swisscom, Taiwan Mobile, Tatung infoComm, TD/Deutsche, TDC, Telcel, Tele2, Telecom Italia, Telecom NZ, Telefonica, Telefonica Movistar, Telefonica O2, Telenor, TeliaSonera, TeliaSonera/Netcom, Telstra, TELUS, Telus, Tigo, Tikona Digital, TIM Brasil, TMN/Portugal Telecom, T-Mobile, TOT, Triatel, True, U Mobile, Ucell, UNE,

US Cellular, VeeTIME, Verizon, VHA, VIPNet, Viva Bahrain, Viva Kuwait, Vivid Wireless, Vivo, VMAX, Vodafone, Vodafone Espana, West Central Wireless, Yota, Yota Bel, Zain, Ziggo, ZTE

To order this report:

Telecommunication_Services Industry: Current Status and Future Development of the Worldwide LTE Markets, 2012 and Beyond


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