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  • (1888PressRelease) October 12, 2011 - The wireless broadband sector is set to explode as true 4G networks, very high bandwidth WLAN, WiMAX, and a wide range of supporting devices arrive in the market. Current cellular networks provide 3G and 3G+ services advertised as 4G. As the debate over 4G rages, network operators and device manufacturers continue to rush forward toward the wireless broadband networks that will shape the future.

    This publication represents the most comprehensive research available that evaluates broadband wireless technology, market place, business drivers, and ecosystem including WiFi, WiMAX, LTE, and supporting 4G network infrastructure. It is a must read for anyone involved in network and business planning, nework and application development, product management, corporate development and M&A.

    Key Findings:
    Wireless Broadband is becoming increasingly important for network operators, equipment vendors, and consumers as new devices and technologies enter the market.

    Strategies for providing Wireless Broadband services have coalesced into a relatively small basket of offerings, all of which are likely to be more interoperable than in the past. This will result in wider access to broadband, and an increased presence of heterogeneous networks and multi modal devices.

    WiMAX started strong as a prospective next generation broadband offering, but it is now being eclipsed by LTE. This is resulting in an exodus by major carriers, chip suppliers, and equipment vendors from the WiMAX market. LTE is emerging as the clear winner among the cellular broadband standards, having gained significant momentum within the past two years.
    Wi-Fi has re-emerged in a new role after the well-publicized failures of metropolitan Wi-Fi. It is increasingly being used to expand local capacity of 3G/4G cellular networks in congested areas, as well as providing broadband connectivity in a growing range of local hotspots.

    Wireless broadband services are becoming increasingly interoperable with multi-modal base stations and handsets, increasingly sophisticated handoff techniques, and emerging heterogeneous networks (HetNets) that bring together a variety of access technologies.
    The Wireless Broadband market is being increasingly driven by emerging devices, such as smartphones and media tablets; and applications are becoming increasingly data hungry and tied to Cloud computing.

    Telecoms operators and other broadband service providers: Continued development of wireless broadband solutions will have wide reaching effects across both the wireline and wireless sectors as companies compete for spectrum, devices, and backhaul connections.

    Regulators and government departments: Wireless broadband raise issues of spectrum availability and national policy that will ultimately determine national competitively.

    Mobile device vendors: Device vendors need to anticipate the needs of emerging markets for wireless broadband devices.
    Network equipment and chip vendors: Infrastructure vendors need to determine the size and nature of the markets for the various mobile broadband services in order to develop pricing estimates and deployment plans.

    Content providers: The evolving mobile broadband Internet is creating opportunities for new applications and content that match the evolving capabilities of networks and attached devices.

    Advertising and marketing agencies: Marketers need to understand the emerging mobile broadband infrastructure, device, and applications markets to make informed decisions on how best to serve their clients.

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