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The Wireless Infrastructure Market 2012-2017: Wi-Fi, WiMax, 3G, HSPA+ and LTE

The Wireless Infrastructure Market 2012-2017: Wi-Fi, WiMax, 3G, HSPA+ and LTE

  • Publication date: 26/03/2012
  • Number of Pages: 162
  1. Report Details
  2. Table of Contents
  3. Companies Listed

Report Details

The wireless infrastructure market, which includes core network products for NGN (Next Generation Networks) architectures as well as wireless transport network technologies for backhaul, is well established in all parts of the world. In 2012, this market is going through a rapid transition as a result of a number of technological advancements such as LTE (Long Term Evolution). Visiongain has determined that the value of the global wireless infrastructure market in 2012 will reach $43bn.

Visiongain believes that for network operators, capital expenditure in new technologies is critical to gain competitive advantage and remain formidable market players. However there are economic uncertainties looming in the market, forcing them to take cautious views on the infrastructure CapEx. Given the market dynamics, Visiongain believes that the wireless infrastructure sector will witness single digit growth over the report's forecast period as operators ramp up the network capacity in areas such as backhaul, aggregation, transport, routing based on IP (Internet Protocol) and Ethernet technologies for offering mobile broadband services. 

We believe that the majority of the operators will continue to sign new infrastructure contracts across the globe.

The report contains 112 tables, charts and graphs that add visual analysis in order to explain developing trends within the wireless infrastructure market. Visiongain provides forecasts for the period 2012-2017 in terms of value (US$) for the global wireless infrastructure market, including the technologies GSM, 3G, LTE, Wi-Fi and WiMax. In addition, five regional markets are forecast and analysed by Visiongain over the period 2012-2017. The report also provides profiles of 14 leading vendors operating within the market, and includes case studies of key operators, alongside Visiongain analysis.

Unique Selling Points

• A detailed global wireless infrastructure market forecast from 2012-2017, offering insight into how this market will evolve over the coming years.
• Extensive primary and secondary research of the infrastructure industry, underpinning visiongain's forecast and analysis.
• National market forecasts from 2012-2017 for five major regions in the wireless infrastructure market and the rest of the world. An overview of each regional market, current and planned projects, and an outlook for the market with country specific drivers and restraints is provided for the following regional markets:
- North America;
- Western Europe;
- Central and Eastern Europe;
- Latin America;
- Asia Pacific; and
- ROW (Rest of the World).
• 112 tables, charts and graphs quantifying, analysing and forecasting the development of the wireless infrastructure market in detail over the period 2012-2017.
• Profiles of 14 of the leading vendors involved in the wireless infrastructure industry around the world.
• A SWOT analysis, examining the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats to the wireless infrastructure market from 2012 onwards.
• Ansoff's Strategic Grid Analysis for Wireless Vendors (2012)
• Recommendations for the mobile network operators and the infrastructure vendors
• Strategic options for key vendors are discussed in detail

Methodology

The report has been compiled by combining information obtained from a very wide and rich mixture of primary and secondary research sources, producing a broad industry overview. Visiongain sought opinions from leading figures in the wireless market to underpin the analysis of market drivers and restraints.

The study draws on a diverse range of official corporate and governmental announcements, media reports, policy documents, industry statements and expert opinion as a basis for discussing and predicting developments in the wireless market between 2012 and 2017.

Visiongain considers that this methodology results in an accurate, objective mixture of analyses and forecasts.

Why you should buy The Wireless Infrastructure Market 2012-2017: Wi-Fi, WiMax, 3G, HSPA+ and LTE report

• You will receive a comprehensive analysis of the wireless infrastructure market from 2012-2017
• The analysis and forecasting has been informed by extensive expert consultation with industry leaders.
• You will find 112 tables, charts, and graphs that quantify, analyse and forecast the wireless infrastructure market from 2012-2017
• You will receive forecasts and analysis of the global wireless infrastructure market between 2012-2017
• You will find the analysis of the infrastructure market for radio access network (RAN), mobile switching subsystem (MSS), packet core, cell-phone towers/repeaters and home location register (HLR) equipment in the following key technology segments:
- GSM (2G);
- W-CDMA (3G);
- HSPA+ (3.5 G);
- LTE (3.9 G);
- Wi-Fi; and
- WiMax.
• You will be presented with forecasts for the 5 regional markets, as well as rest of the world figures and projections for the period 2012-2017
• You will receive a SWOT analysis that examines the wireless infrastructure market from 2012-2017
• You will gain profiles of 14 leading companies operating within the wireless infrastructure market

What is the structure of the report?

• Chapter One offers the Executive Summary
• Chapter two offers an overview of the wireless infrastructure market including a definition of wireless infrastructure and a brief look at the technologies driving the market.
• Chapter three discusses the global wireless infrastructure market providing a five year forecast with analysis. This chapter also delivers a comparison of the regional wireless infrastructure markets included in this report.
• Chapter four takes an in-depth look at the major regional wireless infrastructure markets providing forecasts and analysis for the top five regions as well as the rest of the world. Major current and planned projects by operators are investigated in each case, underpinning the forecast for the specific region. National drivers and restraints are summarised to develop a comprehensive outlook for each regional market.
• Chapter five presents a SWOT analysis of the wireless infrastructure market over the next five years. The major strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats to the market are examined in detail.
• Chapter six offers operator case studies.
• Chapter seven provides profiles the major wireless infrastructure vendors in the wireless industry. The chapter provides information on current and proposed projects each vendor is expecting to undertake.
• Chapter eight consolidates the major quantitative and qualitative information in this report to provide a clear and succinct conclusion.
• Chapter nine is a glossary of terms and acronyms used in the report.

You can order this report today

Anybody with an interest in the wireless infrastructure market should gain valuable information and insight from this new study by visiongain, which analyses one of the key sectors of the wireless industry. Visiongain believes that the health of the wireless infrastructure market holds to key to overall growth and direction of the wireless industry. We believe by reading this report, our clients can gain significant insights into the major vendors' strategies, evolving business models, and growth opportunities. The report offers analysis of all the latest developments in this sector that will help in formulating successful strategies for your organisation.

This visiongain report will be valuable both to those already involved in the wireless infrastructure market and those wishing to enter the market in the future. Gain an understanding of how to tap into the potential of this market by ordering The Wireless Infrastructure Market 2012-2017: Wi-Fi, WiMax, 3G, HSPA+ and LTE.

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Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
1.1 The Wireless Infrastructure Market Overview
1.1.1 Operator's View of CapEx-to-Sales Ratio
1.1.2 Impact of Recession on Wireless Infrastructure Market
1.1.3 New Innovations Could Revive the Market
1.2 Are Wireless Infrastructure Vendors Poised for a Turnaround?
1.3 Analysis of Key Technologies and Related Infrastructure
1.4 Drivers and Restraints in the Wireless Infrastructure Market
1.4.1 Drivers
1.4.2 Restraints
1.5 Highlights of this Report
1.6 Benefits of this Report
1.7 Methodology
1.8 The Global Wireless Infrastructure Market Forecast 2012-2017
1.9 The Leading National Wireless Infrastructure Market Forecasts 2012-2017

2. Introduction to the Wireless Infrastructure Industry
2.1 Wireless Infrastructure: Backbone of Wireless Networks
2.2 Infrastructure Market Analysis
2.2.1 PEST Analysis of Wireless Infrastructure Industry
2.2.2 Current Industry Conditions (Operator Specific)
2.2.2.1 Operators are Demanding Flexible and Scalable Infrastructure
2.2.2.2 Operators want End-to-End Solutions
2.2.2.3 Many Operators have Mobile Broadband High on the Agenda
2.2.2.4 Tier 1 Operators prefer the larger established Vendors
2.2.2.5 Tier 2 Operators demanding Economical Solutions
2.2.2.6 Operators are Seeking Optimized Solutions to maximise ROI
2.3 Analysing the Macro Environment: Wireless Market Developments
2.3.1 Wireless Market Continue to grow in Size
2.3.2 Broadband Subscriber Growth
2.3.3 Smartphone User Growth
2.3.4 Data Traffic Growth
2.3.5 Growing Popularity of Mobile Applications
2.3.6 Summary of Market Developments
2.4 The Wireless Infrastructure Market Definition
2.5 Wireless Technologies: Definition and Market Analysis
2.5.1 Wi-Fi
2.5.2 WiMax
2.5.3 (W-CDMA) 3G
2.5.4 HSPA+
2.5.5 LTE
2.5.6 Small Cells: A Growing Market
2.5.6.1 Micro Cell
2.5.6.2 Pico Cell
2.5.6.3 Femto Cell
2.6 Global Key Technology Deployments (January 2012)
2.7 Technology Deployment and Adoption Trend
2.8 Operators' CapEx Strategies
2.8.1 Operators are Focussing on Lower Margin Projects
2.8.2 Operators Concentrating on Growth in Profits and Revenue
2.8.2.1 Operators' are Avoiding CapEx Intensive Projects
2.8.2.2 Impact of Debt Crisis on European Operators
2.8.3 Operators are Focussing on Tiered Pricing to Curtail CapEx
2.8.4 Operators are exploring the Power of Network and Tower Sharing
2.8.5 Operators Focussing on Operation Excellence
2.8.6 Operators are Opting for Multiple Technology Strategy
2.8.6.1 Why Would Operator Choose Multiple Radio Technologies?
2.8.7 Backhaul and Data offloading is Prime on Agenda
2.8.7.1 Single RAN
2.8.7.1.1 Benefits of Single RAN Solution
2.8.7.2 Traffic Offload via Wi-Fi
2.8.8 Carriers are Facing Significant Challenges in Balancing Cost and Revenue
2.9 CapEx Breakdown by Operator Type

3. The Global Wireless Infrastructure Market Forecast 2012-2017
3.1 Infrastructure Sales: An Analysis
3.2 Global Telecom Infrastructure Sales Forecast to 2017
3.2.1 Operator CapEx Spending Drives Vendor Revenues
3.3 Global Wireless CapEx
3.3.1 Infrastructure Sales by Technology
3.3.1.1 W-CDMA/ HSPA Sales
3.3.1.2 LTE Sales
3.3.1.2.1 LTE Market Highlights
3.3.1.3 Wi-Fi Sales
3.3.1.3.1 Wi-Fi Market Forecasts and Future Outlook (2011- 2017)
3.3.1.3.2 High Competition in the Wi-Fi Market
3.3.1.4 WiMax Sales
3.3.1.4.1 Issues with WiMaX
3.3.1.4.2 WiMaX Market Forecast
3.3.1.4.3 Key Suppliers of Mobile WiMax network Equipment
3.3.1.4.4 Future of WiMax
3.4 Wireless Infrastructure CapEx Breakdown by Core and Radio
3.4.1 Radio Access Network (RAN) Sales
3.4.1.1 Multi-standard RANs
3.4.2 Core Network Related Sales
3.4.3 CapEx Analysis for Small Cells and (Pico and Femto Cells)
3.4.3.1 Status of Small Cells Deployments
3.5 Vendor Growth Opportunities
3.5.1 Operator Investments in Backhaul
3.5.2 Operator Investments in Quality of Service
3.6 Operator OpEx Analysis
3.7 Payback and NPV Analysis for Operators
3.8 Leading National Wireless Infrastructure Market Forecast Comparison 2012-2017

4. The Leading National Wireless Infrastructure Market Forecasts 2012-2017
4.1 Regional Economic Uncertainty and its Impact on Operator Spending
4.2 Regional Analysis
4.2.1 North America
4.2.1.1 The North American Wireless Infrastructure Market Forecast 2012-2017
4.2.2 The African Wireless Infrastructure Market
4.2.3 Asia Pacific
4.2.3.1 The Indian Wireless Infrastructure Market Analysis
4.2.3.1.1 Vendor Positioning in India
4.2.3.2 The Chinese Wireless Infrastructure Market Analysis
4.2.3.2.1 China's rise in Global Telecom Equipment Market
4.2.3.3 South Korea and Japan
4.2.4 Europe
4.2.4.1 Western Europe
4.2.4.1.1 UK
4.2.5 Latin America
4.2.6 Rest of the World

5. SWOT Analysis of the Market

6. Operator Case Studies
6.1 Verizon Wireless
6.2 NTT DoCoMo
6.3 Vodafone
6.4 SK Telecom and KT
6.5 Everything Everywhere

7. Leading Vendors in the Wireless Infrastructure Industry
7.1 Industry Consolidation
7.2 Increasing Buyer Power in the Wireless Infrastructure Market
7.3 List of Wireless Infrastructure Vendors
7.4 Technology Leaders in Individual Infrastructure Segment
7.5 Strategic Analysis of Vendors in the Wireless Infrastructure Industry
7.5.1 Ericsson
7.5.1.1 Ericsson's Strategy
7.5.1.2 Ericsson's Patent Portfolio
7.5.1.3 Ericsson's Vision
7.5.1.4 Ericsson's Product Portfolio
7.5.1.5 Ericsson's Contracts
7.5.1.6 Ericsson Developing LTE Advanced
7.5.2 Huawei
7.5.3 NSN
7.5.3.1 NSN's Strategies
7.5.3.2 NSN's Portfolio
7.5.3.3 Motorola's Acquisition
7.5.4 Alcatel Lucent
7.5.4.1 Company Highlights 2011
7.5.4.2 Alcatel Lucent's Light Radio Strategy
7.5.4.3 Financial Performance 2011
7.5.5 ZTE
7.5.5.1 ZTE's Strategy
7.5.6 Juniper Networks
7.5.6.1 Juniper's Product Portfolio
7.5.6.1.1 IP/MPLS Backbone Routers
7.5.6.1.2 Gi Network Services
7.5.6.1.3 RAN Backhaul and Encryption
7.5.6.1.4 Mobile Packet Core
7.5.7 Samsung
7.5.8 Alvarion
7.5.9 Picochip
7.5.10 Ciena Corporation
7.5.11 Tellabs
7.5.12 NEC
7.5.13 Fujitsu
7.5.13.1 Fujitsu's LTE Base Station Business
7.6 List of Small Cell Vendors
7.7 Vendor Growth Strategies and Outlook
7.7.1 Competitive Assessment of vendors and their Market Positioning
7.7.1.1 Telecoms Equipment Vendor Solutions Assessment
7.7.2 Contract Winning Assessment
7.7.3 LTE Patent Contribution Assessment
7.7.4 Vendor Revenues and Market Share Assessment

8. Conclusion
8.1 Strategic Options
8.1.1 Vendor Recommendations
8.1.2 Operator Recommendations
8.2 Analysing the High and Low Growth Markets
8.2.1 Europe
8.2.2 North America
8.2.3 Asia Pacific
8.2.4 Latin America
8.3 Vendor Share in Regional Markets
8.4 Concluding Observations

9. Glossary

List of Figures
Figure 1.1 Report Structure
Figure 2.1 Conventional Wireless Infrastructure Value Chain
Figure 2.2 Elements of Wireless Networks
Figure 2.3 Factors Affecting Wireless Infrastructure Industry
Figure 2.4 Conventional Wireless Infrastructure CapEx History 2000-2010 ($ billion)
Figure 2.5 Operators' Competitive Landscape
Figure 2.6 Global Fixed and Mobile Broadband Subscribers Forecast 2009-2017 (Billions)
Figure 2.7 Global Smartphone Shipment Forecast 2010-2017 (Millions)
Figure 2.8 Global Data Traffic Forecast 2010-2017 (Exabytes per Month)
Figure 2.9 Global Mobile App Downloads Forecast 2011-2017 (Billions)
Figure 2.10 Global Subscriber Share of Wireless Infrastructure Technologies 2012 (%)
Figure 2.11 Evolution of Wireless Technologies
Figure 2.12 LTE Broadband Speed vs. Legacy Wireless
Figure 2.13 HSPA Vs LTE Subscriber Forecast 2009-2016 (Billions)
Figure 2.14 Femto cell operation diagram
Figure 2.15 LTE Commitments and Deployments
Figure 2.16 Mobile Technology Deployment Trends 1983-2028
Figure 2.17 Global Wireless Services Voice Vs. Data Revenues: Forecast 2010-2017 ($billion)
Figure 2.18 Global Wireless CapEx & CapEx to Sales Ratio Forecast 2010-2017 ($billion, %)
Figure 2.19 Wi-Fi offload from 3G networks
Figure 2.20 Global CapEx Forecast by Operator Types: Pure Play vs. Dual/Triple/Quad Play 2017 (%)
Figure 3.1 Global Telecom CapEx Forecast 2008-2017 ($billions)
Figure 3.2 Global Telecom Infrastructure CapEx Forecast 2008-2017 ($billions)
Figure 3.3 Global Telecom CapEx and Wireless CapEx Forecast 2008-2017 ($billions)
Figure 3.4 Global Wireless CapEx Forecast 2008-2017 ($billions)
Figure 3.5 Global Wireless CapEx Forecast (Equipment and Non-Equipment Breakdown 2008-2017 ($billions)
Figure 3.6 Global Wireless Infrastructure CapEx Forecast 2008-2017 ($ billion)
Figure 3.7 Wireless CapEx Forecast 2008-2017 ($ billion) (Equipment /Non Equipment)
Figure 3.8 Global Telecoms Technologies Deployment Rates 2012 (%)
Figure 3.9 Global Telecoms CapEx by Technologies GSM/EDGE vs. HSPA/3G vs. others 2005- 2011 ($ billions)
Figure 3.10 LTE Base Station Sale (2011-2016)
Figure 3.11 LTE Infrastructure Sales (2009-2017)
Figure 3.12 Global WLAN Equipment Market Forecast 2011-2016 ($billions)
Figure 3.13 Global Wi-Fi Equipment Company Market Share 2011 (%)
Figure 3.14 Global WiMax Equipment Market Forecast 2010-2017 ($billions)
Figure 3.15 Global Access Spend Forecast 2008-2017 ($ billion)
Figure 3.16 Global Access and Core Spend Forecast 2008-2017 ($billion)
Figure 3.17 Regional Core Spending Forecast ($ million) (2008-2017)
Figure 3.18 Wireless CapEx by Region (%)(2011)
Figure 3.19 Wireless CapEx by Region (%) (2017)
Figure 3.20 Regional Wireless CapEx Share 2007-2012 (%)
Figure 3.20 Regional Wireless CapEx Share 2013-2017 (%)
Figure 4.1 North American Wireless CapEx Forecast 2008-2017 ($billions)
Figure 4.2 North American Wireless Equipment CapEx Forecast 2008-2017 ($billions)
Figure 4.3 Asia Pacific CapEx Forecast (Share of Global Total) 2008-2017 (%)
Figure 4.4 Asia Pacific Wireless CapEx Forecast 2008-2017 ($billions
Figure 4.5 Asia Pacific Wireless Equipment CapEx Forecast 2008-2017 ($billions)
Figure 4.6 Chinese Wireless Equipment Vendor CapEx Share 2011 (% share)
Figure 4.7 Western vs. Central & Eastern Europe Wireless CapEx Forecast 2008-2017 ($billions)
Figure 4.8 Western vs. Central & Eastern Europe Wireless Equipment CapEx Forecast 2008-2017 ($billions)
Figure 4.9 Western European CapEx by Technology for Typical Operator 2012 (%)
Figure 4.10 Latin American Wireless CapEx Forecast 2008-2017 ($billions)
Figure 4.11 Latin American Wireless Equipment CapEx Forecast 2008-2017 ($billions)
Figure 4.12 ROW Wireless Infrastructure CapEx Forecast 2008-2017 ($ billion)
Figure 4.13 ROW Wireless CapEx Forecast 2008-2017 ($ billion)
Figure 5.1 Causal Loop Diagram
Figure 6.1 NTT DoCoMo CapEx 2006-2011 ($billion)
Figure 7.1 Ericsson's Revenues (2007-2011)
Figure 7.2 Ericsson's Revenue breakdown by Region % share (2009-2011)
Figure 7.3 Huawei's Revenues $billion (2010-2016)
Figure 7.4 Network Equipment Vendor Assessment (2011) Scored by Rank, Vendor, E2E, Optimised Solutions, Full Network TCO, Customisation, Total)
Figure 7.5 LTE Patent Applications by the Top Telecoms Equipment Vendors in 2010
Figure 7.6 Overall Wireless Equipment Vendor Revenues (Q4, 2011)
Figure 7.7 Wireless Equipment Vendor Market Share (Q4, 2011)
Figure 7.8 Wireless Equipment Vendor Market Share (2017)
Figure 8.1 Ansoff's Strategic Grid Analysis for Wireless Vendors (2012)
Figure 8.2 Regional Wireless Infrastructure Leading 5 Vendor Market Share 2010-2011 (% share)

List of Tables
Table 2.1 PEST Analysis of the Wireless Infrastructure Industry
Table 2.2 - LTE Broadband Speed vs. Legacy Wireless
Table 2.3 Differences between Femto cells and Pico cells
Table 2.4 Comparison of Key Technologies
Table 2.5 W-CDMA Factsheet
Table 2.6 HSPA/HSPA+ Factsheet
Table 2.7 GSM Factsheet
Table 2.8 LTE Factsheet
Table 2.9 Ideal Backhaul Characteristics
Table 2.10 Backhaul Solutions
Table 3.1 Global Telecom CapEx Forecast 2008-2017 ($billion, AGR %)
Table 3.2 Global Telecom CapEx Forecast CAGR (%) 2012-2017
Table 3.3 Global Telecom CapEx Forecast by Equipment and Non Equipment Spend 2008-2017 ($billions)
Table 3.4 Global Wireless CapEx Forecast 2008-2017 ($billions)
Table 3.5 Global Wireless CapEx Forecast (2008-2017)
Table 3.6 Global Wireless CapEx Forecast CAGR (%) 2012-2017
Table 3.7 Global Wireless Infrastructure CapEx Forecast AGR (%) 2008-2017
Table 3.8 Global Wireless Infrastructure CapEx Forecast CAGR (%) 2012-2017
Table 3.9 Global Wireless CapEx Breakdown by Technology 2017 ($ billion)
Table 3.10 Key WiMaX Operators
Table 3.11 Issues with WiMaX
Table 3.12 Regional Wireless CapEx Forecast 2008-2017 ($billions)
Table 3.13 Regional Wireless Equipment CapEx 2008-2017 ($billions)
Table 4.1 North American Wireless Infrastructure Market Highlights
Table 4.2 North American Wireless CapEx Forecast 2008-2017 ($billions)
Table 4.3 African Wireless Infrastructure Market Highlights
Table 4.4 Japanese Wireless Infrastructure Market Highlights
Table 4.5 Indian Wireless Infrastructure Market Highlights
Table 4.6 Chinese Wireless Infrastructure Market Highlights
Table 4.7 APAC Wireless CapEx Forecast 2008-2017 ($ billion, AGR %)
Table 4.8 Indian CapEx investments by Technology 2005-2011 ($millions)
Table 4.9 Western Europe Wireless Infrastructure Market Highlights
Table 4.10 Eastern Europe Wireless Infrastructure Market Highlights
Table 4.11 Western, Central and Eastern Europe Wireless CapEx Forecast 2008-2017 ($ billion, AGR %)
Table 4.12 Latin American Wireless Infrastructure Market Highlights
Table 4.13: Latin American Wireless CapEx Forecast 2008-2017 ($ billions)
Table 4.14 ROW Wireless Infrastructure CapEx Forecast 2008-2017 ($ billion)
Table 5.1 SWOT Analysis of the Wireless Infrastructure Industry 2012-2017
Table 7.1 Leading Wireless Infrastructure Vendors (2011) by Tier 1, Tier 2, Tier 3"
Table 7.2 Leading Vendors in Individual Telecoms Infrastructure Segments 2011, Access Networks, Core/IN Networks, Network Services" Market Segment
Table 7.3 Leading Small Cell Solution Vendors (2011)
Table 7.4 Glossary of Criteria used in the Assessment of Network Equipment Vendors
Table 7.5 Network Equipment Vendor Assessment (2011) Scored by Rank, Vendor, E2E, Optimised Solutions, Full Network TCO, Customisation, Total)
Table 7.6 Commercial Contracts Acquired by the Top 6 Telecoms Equipment Vendors in 2010 ($ billion)
Table 7.7 LTE Patent Applications by the Top Telecoms Equipment Vendors in 2010
Table 7.8 Wireless Equipment Vendor Revenues/Market Share (Q4, 2011) ($ billion, % share) 

Companies Listed

Acme Packet
ADC Telecom
Adtran
Adva
Aircel
Airtel
Airspan
Alcatel-Lucent
Alvarion
America Movil
Apple
Asia Pacific Telecom
AT&T
AT&T Mobility
BelAir Networks
Bell
Bharti Airtel
Broadcom
BT
Ceragon Networks
China Mobile
China Telecom
China Unicom
Ciena Corporation
Cisco
Clarion networks
Clearwire
CSL
Datang Mobile
DesignArt Networks
Deutsche Telekom
D-Link
Digicell
DoCoMo
Ericsson
Etisalat
Everything Everywhere
France Telecom
Freescale
Fujitsu
Google
Hitachi
HP
Huawei Technologies
Infineon
Intel
Interdigital
ip.access
Juniper Networks
KDDI
KT
Linksys
LG
Mediatek
MetroPCS
Mobily
Mobyland
Motorola
Motorola Mobility
MSI
NEC
NETGEAR
Nokia
Nokia Siemens Network (NSN)
Orange
Panasonic
Percello
PicoChip
Powerwave Technologies
Qualcomm
Redline Communications
Reliance Communications
Rogers Wireless
Ruckus Wireless
Samsung
Saudi Telecom Company (STC)
Siemens
SFR
SK Telecom
Sprint Nextel
Swisscom
Tata
Telecom Italia
Texas Instruments
T-Mobile
Technocolor
Tellabs
Telefonica
TeliaSonera
Telus
TP-Link
Ubiquisys
Umniah
UT Starcom
UQ Communications
Verizon
Verizon Wireless
Vodafone
Vodafone Essar
Yota
Wavion
ZTE Corporation
Zykel

List of Government Agencies and Other Organisations Mentioned in Report
3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP)
Chinese People's Liberation Army
European Telecommunications Standards Institute
GSA
IEEE
Indian Department of Telecommunications (DoT)
Indian Home Ministry
International Telecommunications Union
Korea Communications Commission
Ofcom
Smart Grid Working Group
Swedish Post and telecom Agency (PTS)
Us Commerce Department
WiMax Forum 

 

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