Category Archives: LTE

4G LTE downloadable whitepapers and briefings updated

4G LTE promises the consumer download speeds equal to or greater than anything they might have previously experienced using fixed line technologies. To help you get up to speed on LTE, TelecomsMarketResearch.com has updated its library of LTE whitepaper briefings … Continue reading

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4G LTE strategy: EE leverages first-mover advantage and shows how LTE can improve KPIs

UK-mobile operator EE (Everything Everwhere), along with other 4G leaders such as Verizon Wireless, AT&T and SKT, is defining and shaping what it means to be a successful 4G operator, and, like those other operators, provides a benchmark for other … Continue reading

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Apps will collect pennies a day from 8.5 billion smart phones by 2019

Global LTE Wireless Infrastructure markets are now readying for significant growth as the Build out of core networks and backhaul to cater for smart phones that are rapidly entering the market and require supporting infrastructure. LTE has brought a reassessment … Continue reading

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Progress of LTE charted in new study; Africa starts to light up

In the week that Czech regulator CTU published details on a new auction for frequencies in the 800 MHz, 1800 MHz and 2600 MHz bands, analyst firm Informa Telecoms published its revised  ‘LTE Spectrum Strategies and Forecasts to 2018’ interactive market study. … Continue reading

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Why Vodafone should not pay UK Corporation Tax; or how the Government wins either way

Should Vodafone pay UK Corporation Tax? Or is it one of the good guys that is doing its bit to help the British economy? Let’s first consider the case against them. The telecoms.com site yesterday wrote: “UK operator Vodafone has not … Continue reading

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Half of registered handsets made by Nokia says Regulator

Nokia feature phones still strong in markets with high 4G infrastructure; TelecomsMarketResearch sets up own QoS audit of UK mobile operators using Nokia phones. Continue reading

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Kenya sees international Internet bandwidth rise more than eleven-fold

24 February 2012 Kenya’s telecommunications and broadband market is undergoing a revolution following the arrival of three fibre optic international submarine cables (Seacom, TEAMS and EASSy), ending its dependency on limited and expensive satellite bandwidth. The country’s international bandwidth increased … Continue reading

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Why LTE needs re-farmed spectrum – and the best way to do it

The challenge for next-generation ‘4G’ services is to identify globally harmonized spectrum, as currently LTE is being required to provide operators with multiple options in terms of channel size and spectrum band, as well as a choice between FDD and … Continue reading

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