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LTE Ecosystem Report 2012-2017

LTE Ecosystem Report 2012-2017

  • Publication date: 30/03/2012
  • Number of Pages: 168
  1. Report Details
  2. Table of Contents
  3. Companies Listed

Report Details

The mass deployment of 3G networks has accelerated the adoption of smart devices, conditioning users to access wireless data services on a daily basis. The growing strain on current 3G networks due to increased mobile traffic has driven operators to start deploying 4G networks in order to cope with future demand. As a result, LTE has emerged as the prime candidate for 4G networks, prompting mass commitment and adoption on a global level. Visiongain has calculated that $10.84bn will be spent on LTE infrastructure in 2012.

The number of LTE subscribers is set for dynamic growth in the next five years, as operators build and trial LTE in order to cope with the increasing amounts of data traffic on their networks. The successful launch of a number of LTE networks in the US, Asia and Europe is driving ever greater adoption of 4G services.

A wide range of mobile services will be enabled by the deployment of LTE, including streaming video-on-demand, video conferencing, high quality VoIP, high-speed upload of user-generated content, consistent low-latency online gaming, paid dynamic content such as e-newspapers and e-magazines, video-based mobile advertising, on-demand music download and storage, application sharing and cloud-based services.

For these services to be rendered available, operators need to build out LTE networks, which are based on an all-IP network architecture for packet-switched rather than circuit-switched voice services. Governments worldwide have held 4G spectrum auctions or are planning to in the coming years, and many Tier1 mobile operators are building, trialling and deploying commercial LTE services. This is generating significant revenue growth for the LTE infrastructure market.

Markets in North America and Asia Pacific will experience strong growth along with Europe. Middle Eastern nations will also show signs of a dynamic LTE market, as their governments are keen to roll-out the latest and fastest cellular networks. LTE spending in the rest of the world, such as in Latin American and Africa, will be much less significant, despite a favourable growth rate. The increased adoption of broadband networks and the decreasing prices of smart devices will eventually change the situation in the long term.

Unique Selling Points

• Comprehensive analysis of the prospects for the LTE market from 2012-2017.
• Analysis and forecasting informed by extensive expert consultation with industry leaders. You will be able to read full transcripts of interviews from 2 leading companies involved within the LTE market.
• 88 tables, charts and figures that quantify, analyse and forecast the changing dynamics of the LTE market between 2012-2017.
• Forecasts and analysis for the global LTE market between 2012-2017
• Forecasts and analysis for 3 LTE submarkets from 2012-2017.
• Forecasts and analysis for 10 leading national LTE subscriber markets for the period 2012-2017
• Analysis of the forces that influence and characterise the LTE ecosystem.
• Profiles of 32 leading companies operating within the LTE ecosystem.

Methodology

This 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 LTE 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 LTE market between 2012 and 2017.

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

Why you should buy LTE Ecosystem Report 2012-2017

• You will receive a comprehensive analysis of the LTE ecosystem from 2012-2017
• The analysis and forecasting has been informed by extensive expert consultation with industry leaders. Within the report, you will be able to read full transcripts of interviews from 2 leading companies involved within the LTE market:
- Fujitsu
- Ericsson.
• You will find 88 tables, charts, and graphs that quantify, analyse and forecast the LTE market from 2012-2017.
• You will find forecasts and analysis of 3 global LTE submarkets over the period 2012-2017:
- LTE infrastructure revenues
- LTE service revenues.
- LTE subscribers
• The LTE infrastructure revenues are forecast for the key regions form 2012-2017
- Asia-Pacific
- North America
- Latin America
- Middle East & Africa
- Europe
• The LTE service revenues are forecast for the key regions form 2012-2017
- Asia-Pacific
- North America
- Latin America
- Middle East & Africa
- Europe
• You will be presented with the 10 leading national LTE subscriber forecasts for the period 2012-2017:
- Sweden
- Germany
- Russia
- India
- South Korea
- Japan
- China
- United States
- Brazil
- Saudi Arabia.
• You will receive a SWOT analysis that examines the LTE market from 2012-2017.
• You will gain profiles of 32 leading companies operating within the LTE market.

What is the structure of the report?

Executive Summary
Chapter 1 provides an introduction to LTE technology.
Chapter 2 provides an analysis of the LTE ecosystem, including the value chain and the different primary and secondary market players.
Chapter 3 provides forecasts and analysis of subscriber growth, infrastructure revenues and service revenues over the period 2012 to 2017 for the global and regional LTE market.
Chapter 4 provides forecasts and analysis of subscriber growth over the period 2012 to 2017 for the national LTE markets of the following countries:
- Sweden
- Germany
- Russia
- India
- South Korea
- Japan
- China
- United States
- Brazil
- Saudi Arabia.
Chapter 5 features two interviews from leading companies:
- Fujitsu
- Ericsson.
Chapter 6 provides the conclusions, a SWOT analysis discussing the main strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats, and finally recommendations for market players.
Chapter 7 provides additional tables.
Chapter 8 is a glossary of acronyms used in the report. 

Visiongain is a trading partner with the US Federal Government
CCR Ref number: KD4R6

Table of Contents

Executive Summary
E.1 Market Drivers
E.1.1 Mass Market Adoption
E.1.2 Lower Costs for Operators
E.1.3 Industry Support
E.1.4 Low Standards Competition
E.2 Market Restraints
E.2.1 Fragmentation of the Radio Spectrum
E.2.2 Low Technology Maturity
E.2.3 Back End Integration
E.2.4 High Costs for End Users
E.3 The Aim & Scope of the Report
E.4 Structure of the Report
E.5 Methodology

1. Introduction to LTE Technology
1.1 A Brief History of LTE Development
1.2 LTE: A Solution to Increasing Mobile Data Traffic
1.3 From Homogeneous to Heterogeneous Networks
1.4 LTE Network Architecture
1.4.1 eNodeB
1.4.2 Evolved Packet Core
1.4.3 Services Network
1.5 LTE Release 8/ 9 and 10 (LTE-Advanced)
1.6 Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing
1.7 Smart Antennas & Multiple Input Multiple Output
1.7.1 Advanced DL MIMO Techniques
1.7.2 Advanced UL MIMO Techniques
1.8 Spectrum Utilisation
1.9 Carrier Aggregation
1.10 Relaying
1.11 Femtocells
1.12 Coordinated Multipoint
1.13 Backhaul Solutions
1.14 Supporting Voice on LTE
1.14.1 Circuit Switched Fallback
1.14.2 Voice over LTE Generic Access (VoLGA)
1.14.3 IP Multimedia Subsystem
1.14.4 Voice over IMS
1.14.5 Voice Call Continuity
1.15 LTE FDD vs. TDD
1.16 LTE vs. WiMAX
1.17 LTE Standards, Regulations, Forums and Alliances

2. The LTE Ecosystem
2.1 Value Chain
2.1 Primary Players in the LTE Value Chain
2.1.1 Alcatel Lucent
2.1.2 Cisco Systems
2.1.3 Ericsson
2.1.5 Fujitsu
2.1.6 Hitachi
2.1.7 Huawei
2.1.8 NEC
2.1.9 Nokia Siemens Networks
2.1.10 Qualcomm
2.1.11 Samsung
2.1.12 ZTE
2.2 Supporting Players in the LTE Value Chain
2.2.1 Acme Packet
2.2.2 Agilent Technologies
2.2.3 Aricent
2.2.4 BridgeWave Communications
2.2.5 Broadcom
2.2.6 EDX Wireless
2.2.7 Mindspeed Technologies
2.2.8 RadSys
2.2.9 Rohde & Schwarz
2.2.10 Tatara Systems
2.3 Operator Strategies
2.3.1 AT&T
2.3.2 China Mobile
2.3.3 Etisalat
2.3.4 O2 & Telefonica
2.3.5 TeliaSonera
2.3.6 T-Mobile & Deutsche Telekom
2.3.7 Verizon Wireless
2.3.8 Vodafone
2.3.9 Zain
2.4 LTE Value Propositions for Operators
2.5 LTE Challenges for Operators
2.5.1 Acquiring the Spectrum and its Harmonisation
2.5.2 Spectrum Allocation Issues
2.5.3 How to Increase LTE Coverage while Keeping CapEx Low?
2.5.4 Reducing Interference
2.5.5 Spectrum Refarming
2.5.6 Backhaul Costs and Options
2.5.7 Evolving to an all IP Network
2.5.8 Interoperability Issues
2.5.9 LTE Handset Availability Issues
2.5.10 Lack of Availability of Trained Employees
2.6 Risks for Operators with LTE
2.6.1 Vendor Complacency May Reduce LTE's Advancement
2.6.2 All Operators May not Achieve Similar Returns with LTE
2.6.3 Operators and Vendors Need to Make Significant R&D Investments
2.7 LTE Robustness from a Technology Perspective
2.7.1 Reduced Cost per Bit
2.7.2 OpEx Saving with LTE
2.7.3 CapEx Saving with LTE
2.7.4 Cost of LTE Deployments
2.7.5 Data ARPU

3. The Global LTE Market 2012-2017
3.1 Global LTE Subscriber Forecast 2012-2017
3.2 Regional LTE Subscriber Forecast 2012-2017
3.3 Regional LTE Subscriber Forecast Market Share
3.4 Regional LTE Subscriber Forecast AGR & CAGR
3.5 Global LTE Infrastructure Revenue Forecast 2012-2017
3.6 Regional LTE Infrastructure Revenue Forecast 2012-2017
3.7 Regional LTE Infrastructure Revenue Forecast by Market Share
3.8 Regional LTE Infrastructure Revenue Forecast AGR & CAGR
3.9 Global LTE Service Revenue Forecast 2012-2017
3.10 Regional LTE Service Revenue Forecast 2012-2017
3.11 Regional LTE Service Revenue Forecast by Market Share
3.12 Regional LTE Service Revenue Forecast AGR & CAGR
3.13 Global LTE Handset Forecast 2012-2017

4. Leading National LTE Markets 2012-2017
4.1 Sweden
4.2 Germany
4.3 Russia
4.4 India
4.5 South Korea
4.6 Japan
4.7 China
4.8 United States
4.9 Brazil
4.10 Saudi Arabia

5. Expert Opinion
5.1 Fujitsu
5.1.1 Primary Drivers
5.1.2 Business Opportunities
5.1.3 LTE vs. Fixed-line Broadband
5.1.4 Regional Growth
5.1.5 VoLTE
5.1.6 Main Obstacles
5.1.7 Fujitsu LTE Products
5.2 Ericsson
5.2.1 Primary Drivers
5.2.2 Business Opportunities
5.2.3 LTE vs. Fixed-line Broadband
5.2.4 Regional Growth
5.2.5 VoLTE
5.2.6 Main Obstacles
5.2.7 Ericsson LTE Products

6. Conclusion
6.1 LTE's Economic Potential
6.2 SWOT Analysis of the LTE Ecosystem
6.2.1 Strengths
6.2.2 Weaknesses
6.2.3 Opportunities
6.2.4 Threats
6.3 Recommendations for Operators
6.3.1 Technology Deployment Strategies
6.3.2 Embrace User Friendly Tariffs
6.3.3 Provide Uniform User Experience
6.3.4 Ensure the Availability of Affordable LTE Devices
6.3.5 Offer Ubiquitous Coverage
6.3.6 Manage Diverse Networks Efficiently
6.3.7 Develop Partnership with Application Developers
6.3.8 Design Networks Efficiently
6.4 Recommendations for Vendors
6.5 Recommendations for Device Manufacturers
6.6 Key Findings of the Report
6.6.1 Global LTE Subscriber Forecast
6.6.2 Regional LTE Subscriber Forecast
6.6.3 Regional LTE Subscriber Forecast by Market Share
6.6.4 Regional LTE Subscriber Forecast AGR & CAGR
6.6.5 Global LTE Infrastructure Revenue Forecast
6.6.6 Regional LTE Infrastructure Revenue Forecast
6.6.7 Regional LTE Infrastructure Revenue Forecast by Market Share
6.6.8 Regional LTE Infrastructure Revenue Forecast AGR & CAGR
6.6.9 Global LTE Service Revenue Forecast
6.6.10 Regional LTE Service Revenue Forecast
6.6.11 Regional LTE Service Revenue Forecast by Market Share
6.6.12 Regional LTE Service Revenue Forecast AGR & CAGR
6.6.13 LTE Handset Forecast
6.6.14 Leading National LTE Markets

7. Additional Tables

8. Glossary

Appendix A- About visiongain

Appendix B - Visiongain report evaluation form

List of Charts, Figures and Tables
Chart 2.1 Breakdown of Operator Revenues (Cost and Profit Analysis) 2012 (%)
Chart 2.2 CapEx Breakdown of a Typical western European Operator 2012 (%)
Chart 2.3 Global Data ARPU Growth Forecast LTE Operators 2012-2017 (USD)
Chart 3.1 Global LTE Subscribers Forecast 2012-2017 (Million Subscribers)
Chart 3.2 Regional LTE Subscribers Forecast 2012-2017 (Million Subscribers)
Chart 3.3 Regional LTE Subscribers Share Forecast 2012 (%)
Chart 3.4 Regional LTE Subscribers Share Forecast 2017 (%)
Chart 3.5 Regional LTE Subscribers Forecast 2013-2017 (AGR %)
Chart 3.6 Global LTE Infrastructure Revenue Forecast 2012-2017 (Billion USD)
Chart 3.7 Regional LTE Infrastructure Revenue Forecast 2012-2017 (Billion USD)
Chart 3.8 Regional LTE Infrastructure Revenue Market Share Forecast 2012 (%)
Chart 3.9 Regional LTE Infrastructure Revenue Market Share Forecast 2017 (%)
Chart 3.10 Regional LTE Infrastructure Revenue Forecast 2013-2017 (AGR %)
Chart 3.11 Global LTE Service Revenue Forecast 2012-2017 (Billion USD)
Chart 3.12 Regional LTE Service Revenue Forecast 2012-2017 (Billion USD)
Chart 3.13 Regional LTE Service Revenue Market Share Forecast 2012 (%)
Chart 3.14 Regional LTE Service Revenue Market Share Forecast 2017 (%)
Chart 3.15 Regional LTE Service Revenue Forecast 2013-2017 (AGR %)
Chart 3.16 Global LTE Handset Shipments Forecast 2012-2017 (Million Units)
Chart 4.1 Leading National LTE Subscribers Forecast 2012-2017 (Million Subscribers)
Chart 4.2 Leading National LTE Subscriber Share Forecast 2012 (%)
Chart 4.3 Leading National LTE Subscriber Share Forecast 2017 (%)
Chart 4.4 Swedish LTE Subscribers Forecast 2012-2017 (Thousand Subscribers)
Chart 4.5 German LTE Subscribers Forecast 2012-2017 (Thousand Subscribers)
Chart 4.6 Russian LTE Subscribers Forecast 2012-2017 (Thousand Subscribers)
Chart 4.7 Indian LTE Subscribers Forecast 2012-2017 (Million Subscribers)
Chart 4.8 South Korean LTE Subscribers Forecast 2012-2017 (Million Subscribers)
Chart 4.9 Japanese LTE Subscribers Forecast 2012-2017 (Million Subscribers)
Chart 4.10 Chinese LTE Subscribers Forecast 2012-2017 (Million Subscribers)
Chart 4.11 US LTE Subscribers Forecast 2012-2017 (Million Subscribers)
Chart 4.12 Brazilian LTE Subscribers Forecast 2012-2017 (Thousand Subscribers)
Chart 4.13 Saudi Arabian LTE Subscribers Forecast 2012-2017 (Thousand Subscribers)

Figure 1.1 IMT-2000 and IMT-Advanced Mobility vs. Peak Data Rate
Figure 1.2 LTE Network Architecture
Figure 1.3 MIMO Adaptive Switching Scheme
Figure 1.4 LTE-Advanced Main MIMO Modes
Figure 1.5 Femtocell Architecture
Figure 1.6 LTE Voice Options
Figure 2.1 LTE Value Chain

Table 1.1 LTE Drivers and Restraints
Table 1.2 ITU-R Family of IMT-2000 Terrestrial Radio Interfaces
Table 1.3 Salient Characteristics of LTE
Table 1.4 Possible Channel Bandwidths in a LTE Network
Table 1.5 LTE Antenna Configuration
Table 1.6 Features of LTE-A DL MIMO
Table 1.7 Features of LTE-A UL MIMO
Table 1.8 FD LTE Bands and Frequencies for Uplink and Downlink
Table 1.9 TD LTE Bands and Frequencies for Uplink and Downlink
Table 1.10 Carrier Aggregation Band or Band Combination (Operator, Duplex Mode)
Table 1.11 Difference between FDD-LTE and TD-LTE
Table 1.12 Issues with WiMAX
Table 1.13 Organisations Working on 4G and LTE Standardisation
Table 2.1 Primary Players in the LTE Value Chain (Device, Infrastructure & Chipset)
Table 2.2 Supporting Players in the LTE Value Chain (Femtocell, Test Equipment, Components and Software, Network Elements, IMS)
Table 2.3 EDX Wireless Product Portfolio
Table 2.4 LTE Value Proposition for Operators
Table 2.5 LTE Frequency Bands and their Advantages/Disadvantages
Table 3.1 Global LTE Subscribers Forecast 2012-2017 (Million Subscribers, AGR & CAGR %)
Table 3.2 Regional LTE Subscribers Forecast 2012-2017 (Million Subscribers)
Table 3.3 Regional LTE Subscribers Share Forecast 2012-2017 (%)
Table 3.4 Regional LTE Subscribers Forecast 2013-2017 (AGR %)
Table 3.5 Regional LTE Subscribers Forecast 2012-2017 (CAGR %)
Table 3.6 Global LTE Infrastructure Revenue Forecast 2012-2017 (Billion USD, AGR & CAGR %)
Table 3.7 Regional LTE Infrastructure Revenue Forecast 2012-2017 (Billion USD)
Table 3.8 Regional LTE Infrastructure Revenue Market Share Forecast 2012-2017 (%)
Table 3.9 Regional LTE Infrastructure Revenue Forecast 2012-2017 (CAGR %)
Table 3.10 Regional LTE Infrastructure Revenue Forecast 2013-2017 (AGR %)
Table 3.11 Global LTE Service Revenue Forecast 2012-2017 (Billion USD, AGR & CAGR %)
Table 3.12 Regional LTE Service Revenue Forecast 2012-2017 (Billion USD)
Table 3.13 Regional LTE Service Revenue Market Share Forecast 2012-2017 (%)
Table 3.14 Regional LTE Service Revenue Forecast 2012-2017 (CAGR %)
Table 3.15 Regional LTE Service Revenue Forecast 2013-2017 (AGR %)
Table 3.16 Global LTE Handset Shipments Forecast 2012-2017 (Million Units, AGR & CAGR %)
Table 4.1 Leading National LTE Subscribers Forecast 2012-2017 (Million, AGR %)
Table 4.2 Leading National LTE Subscriber CAGR Ranking 2012-2017 (%)
Table 4.3 Leading National LTE Subscriber Share Forecast 2012 & 2017 (%)
Table 4.4 Swedish LTE Subscribers Forecast 2012-2017 (Thousand Subscribers, AGR & CAGR %)
Table 4.5 German LTE Subscribers Forecast 2012-2017 (Thousand Subscribers, AGR & CAGR (%)
Table 4.6 Russian LTE Subscribers Forecast 2012-2017 (Thousand Subscribers, AGR & CAGR (%)
Table 4.7 Indian LTE Subscribers Forecast 2012-2017 (Million Subscribers, AGR & CAGR %)
Table 4.8 South Korean LTE Subscribers Forecast 2012-2017 (Million Subscribers, AGR & CAGR %)
Table 4.9 Japanese LTE Subscribers Forecast 2012-2017 (Million Subscribers, AGR & CAGR %)
Table 4.10 Chinese LTE Subscribers Forecast 2012-2017 (Million Subscribers, AGR & CAGR %)
Table 4.11 US LTE Subscribers Forecast 2012-2017 (Million Subscribers, AGR & CAGR %)
Table 4.12 Brazilian LTE Subscribers Forecast 2012-2017 (Thousand Subscribers, AGR & CAGR %)
Table 4.13 Saudi Arabian LTE Subscribers Forecast 2012-2017 (Thousand Subscribers, AGR & CAGR %)
Table 6.1 LTE's Economic Potential
Table 7.1 List of Global LTE Commitments by Country and Operator (January 2012) 

Companies Listed

3
3 Denmark
3 Italia
3 UK
8ta
A1 Telekom
Ablaze
Accelicon Technologies
AceAxis
Acme Packet
Aeroflex
Agilent Labs
Agilent Technologies
Agri-Valley Broadband
Aircel
Aircell
Airspan
Airvana
AirWalk Comm
AIS - TOT
Al Madar
Alaska Communications
Alcatel Lucent
Alfa Group
Algar Telecom
Alpha
Altair Semiconductor
Altera
Alvarion
America Movil (AM)
Andorra Telecom
Anritsu
Antel
Appalachian Wireless
Apple
Aricent
Armentel
Army
Arqiva
Asiaspace
AT&T
AT&T Mobility
Augere
AuthenTec
Avea
Aviat
Bakrie Telecom
Base Telecom
Batelco
Bayan Telecommunications
Bayanat
BayRICS
Beeline
Belgacome (Proximus)
Bell Mobility
BeST (life)
Bharti Airtel
Bite
BitWave Semiconductor
Bluegrass Cellular
Bouygues Telecom
BreakingPoint
Bridgewaters Systems
BridgeWave Communications
Brighthouse Networks
Broadcom
BSNL
BTC
C Spire Wireless
Carolina West Wireless
Cavium Networks
Celcom
Cell C
Cellcom
Cellular South
CenturyTel
Chariton Valley Comms
China Mobile
China Telecom
Chunghwa Telecom
Cisco Systems
City of Charlotte Council
Claro
Clear Mobitel
Clearwire
Cognovo Radio
Comcast
Commnet Wireless
Continous Computing
Convergence Technologies
Cosmote
Cox Communications
Cross Telephone
CSL Limited
CTBC
Custer Telephone
Datang
Dedicado
Deutsche Telekom Group
Dialog Axiata
DiGi
Direct TV
Dish Network
DNA
DPC/AIS
Du
E Plus
eAccess
EDX Wireless
Elisa
Emirates Telecommunications (Etisalat)
Emobile
EMT
Energy Australia Ausgrid
Entel Movil
Entel PCS
ERA/T Mobile
Ericsson
Etex Telephone Co-op
Etihad Etisalat (Mobily)
Etisalat Misr
ETS-Lindgren
Everything Everywhere/BT
EXFO
Fitel
Flextronics
FPT Telecom
Franklin Wireless
Freescale
Fujitsu Ltd.
GCT Semiconductor
Gemtek
Genband
Glo Mobile
Global Mobile
Globe
H3G
Hi Silicon
Hi3G
Hitachi
HSL
HTC
Huawei
Hutchison 3
ICE
Icera (NVIDIA)
Indosat
Infineon (Intel)
Infinet
Ip.access
IPG Communications
Juniper Networks
Kcell
KDDI
Kordia
KPN
KPN Base
KT
Lattelecom
Leap Wireless / Cricket
LG Electronics
LG U+
LG UPlus
LightSquared
Lightsquared
Lime Microsystems
LMT
M1
Magticom
Magyar Telekom
Marvell
Maxim
Maxis
MediaTek
MegaFon
MetroPCS
MIMON
MindSpeed
Mobikom Austria
Mobile TeleSystems
Mobinil
Mobistar
Mobitel
Mobyland and CentreNet
Moldcell
Monaco Telecom
Mosaic Telecom
Motorola Mobility
Movicel
Movistar
MTC
M-Tel
MTN
MTNL
MTS
MTS Allstream
MTS-Ukraine
NBN Co
Ncell
NEC
Net4Mobility
Nokia
Nokia Siemens Networks
Nomor
Nortel
Northwest Cell
NSN-Motorola
NTT DoCoMo
NVN Co
O2
O2 Secure Wireless
OAO Voentelecom
Oi
Omantel
Omnitel
Open mobile
Optus
Orange
Orange America
Orange Slovakia
Orange TBC
P1 Networks
Panasonic
Panasonic Mobile Communications
Panhandle Telephone Co-op
Pantech
PCCW
Peoples Telephone Co-op
Personal
Picochip
Piltel
Pioneer Cellular
Public Service Wireless
Qtel
Qualcomm
Qualcomm India
RadiSys
Rakon
Reliance Industries
Renesas Electronics
RFMD
RIM
Rogers Wireless
Rohde & Schwarz
Roskomnadzor
Rostelecom
Rosum
S and R Communications
S&T Telephone Cooperative
Safaricom
Samsung Group
Sao Paulo Military Police
Sasktel
Scartel
Sequans Communications
Sercom
SFR
Shanghai Bell
Siemens
Signav
SingTel
SK Telecom
Sky Brazil
Slovak Telecom
Smart Communications
Smartone Vodafone
Smarts
Samsung Electronics
Softbank Mobile
Sonaecom / Optimus
Sonus Networks
Sony
Sony Ericsson
SpectrumCo
SpeedConnect
SpiderCloud
Spirent
Sprint
Starcomms
Starhub
STC
ST-Ericsson
Strata Networks
Sunrise
Swisscom
Tata Elxis
Tatara Systems
TDC
Tekelec
TelaSonera
Telcel
Telcordia
Tele 2
Tele2 Russia
Tele2 Sweden
Telecom Italia
Telecom NZ
Telefonica
Telefonica Germany
Telenet
TeleNor
Telenor Magyarorszag
Telenor Sweden
Telia
TeliaSonera
Telkomsel
Telstra
Telus
Texas Energy Network
Texas Instruments
T-Hrvatski Telekom
Thumb Cellular
Tikona Digital
Time Warner Cable
TMN
T-Mobile
T-Mobile Austria
T-Mobile Croatia
T-Mobile Czech Republic
T-Mobile German
T-Mobile Hungary
T-Mobile Macedonia
T-Mobile Netherlands
T-Mobile Slovensko
T-Mobile UK
T-Mobile USA
Triatel
True Move
TTK
Tunisiana
Turkcell
TVA Brazil
U Mobile
UCell
UK Broadband
UME EPM
United Wireless
Unitel
US Cellular
VDC
Verizon Wireless
VHA
Videotron
Viettel3
Vimpelcom
VIPNet
Viva
Viva Bahrain
Viva Cell-MTS
Vivid Wireless
Vivo
Vodacom
Vodafone
Vodafone NZ
Vodafone Portugal
Vodafone Qatar
Vox
WBS
Wind Mobile
Woosh
XL Axiata
Xplorenet
Yoigo
Yota
Zain
Zain Bahrain
Zain Kuwait
Ziggo4
ZTE

List of Organisations Mentioned
3GPP: 3rd Generation Partnership Project
ANATEL: Agência Nacional de Telecomunicações, Brazil
ARIB: Association of Radio Industries and Businesses, Japan
ATIS: Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions, USA
CCSA: China Communications Standards Association
ETSI: European Telecommunications Standards Institute
FAS: Federal Anti-Monopoly Service, Russia
FCC: Federal Communications Commission
GSA: Global mobile Suppliers Association
GTI: Global TD-LTE Initiative
IEEE: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
IPR (Intellectual Property Rights) Framework
ITU: International Telecommunication Union
ITU-R: International Telecommunication Union Radiocommunication Sector
ITU Radiocommunication Assembly
LTSI: LTE/SAE Trial Initiative
Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, China
Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, Japan
MWC: Mobile World Congress 2012
NGMN: Next Generation Mobile Network Alliance
NRA: National Regulatory Authority, Sweden
OMA: Open Mobile Alliance
PTS: Post and Telecom Agency, Sweden
Roskomnadzor: Telecom Regulator, Russia
Small Cell Forum
State Committee for Radio Frequencies, Russia
Supreme Court of India
TASR: Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of the Slovak Republic
TIA: Telecommunications Industry Association
Tokyo Airport
TTA: Telecommunications Technology Association, Korea
TTC: Telecommunication Technology Committee, Japan
3GPP2: 3rd Generation Partnership Project 2 

 

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