WinterGreen Research announces that it has published a new study LTE Wireless Infrastructure: Market Shares, Strategy, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2013 to 2019. Next generation systems are leveraging new LTE technology. The 2013 study has 410 pages, 198 tables and figures. Worldwide LTE Wireless Infrastructure markets are poised to achieve significant growth as Building out core networks and backhaul for smart phones. Research Beam Model: Research Beam Product ID: 176658 3800 USD New
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LTE Wireless Infrastructure: Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2013 to 2019

LTE Wireless Infrastructure: Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2013 to 2019

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WinterGreen Research announces that it has published a new study LTE Wireless Infrastructure: Market Shares, Strategy, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2013 to 2019. Next generation systems are leveraging new LTE technology. The 2013 study has 410 pages, 198 tables and figures. Worldwide LTE Wireless Infrastructure markets are poised to achieve significant growth as Building out core networks and backhaul for smart phones.

LTE has brought a reassessment of operator choices of Packet Core vendor. The LTE wireless infrastructure market is expected to see sustained investment. LTE provides service providers efficient ways to carry larger traffic volumes. 110MHz BW is going to be required by 2015. A 65MHz auction in April 2013 provided more bandwidth. Traffic average throughput per user is expected to double in 2013.

Video and image exchange is accounting for a large part of the growth in network usage. LTe has been an entry point for Ericsson among others. Ericsson offers high capacity multi-access and multi-application systems.

Ericsson offers the SSR 8000 family of smart services routers and a blade system. LTE has strengthened Ericsson market position with existing and new customers.

  • Demographic implications are endemic to the industry.
  • It took only 2.5 years for LTE to reach 90.2 percent of U.S. households
  • 80.5 percent of the U.S. population can choose from five or more mobile operators
  • There are 1,251 wired broadband operators in the U.S.
  • There are 1,472 network coverage patterns from 878 worldwide mobile operators

A smart phone is not very smart if the infrastructure can’t support its applications. In response to the high growth smart phone markets, wireless infrastructure promises to grow dramatically in the near term.. Wireless Infrastructure technologies include WiMax, LTE, 4G and HSPA. These technologies are driving much higher capacity from the base station back to the fiber core. Fiber core is putting extreme pressure on provider’s infrastructure and backhaul networks.

WinterGreen Research predicts that the dramatic growth of wireless infrastructure is based on the growth of smart phones and apps. LTE wireless infrastructure markets at $3.9 billion in 2012, is anticipated to reach $78 billion by 2018.

According to Susan Eustis, lead author of the study, “LTE Wireless Infrastructure is being installed to upgrade core networks and upgrade backhaul and base stations to make systems more modern. Infrastructure for the Internet and for smart mobile devices creates demand for more sophisticated web development and web applications that in turn depend on more sophisticated infrastructure. Everything is going mobile. This evolution is driven by mobile smart phones and tablets that provide universal connectivity. Modern systems represent a significant aspect of Internet market evolution.”

The proportions of wireless infrastructure market industry segments are expected to remain much as they are, with the small cells and femtocells achieving strong growth on the access side, the core infrastructure must be upgraded to support the added backhaul backbone infrastructure. Wireless apps are expected to achieve $37 trillion revenue by 2019. This unbelievable growth occurs as the Internet is expanded to implement the interconnection of everything.

Digital devices proliferate, machine to machine capabilities vastly expand instrumentation. The digital devices become the engine of a world economy, with apps collecting pennies a day for millions of apps from 8.5 billion people with smart phones by 2019

LTE Wireless Infrastructure Executive Summary

LTE Wireless Infrastructure Market Driving Forces

Core LTE Wireless Infrastructure

LTE Wireless Infrastructure Industry Challenges

LTE Wireless Infrastructure Response to Market Challenges

LTE Wireless Infrastructure Call to Action

LTE Wireless Infrastructure Industry Addresses Fast-Paced Change

LTE Market Shares

LTE Market Forecasts



1. LTE Infrastructure Market Description And Market Dynamics

1.1 Communications Industry

1.1.1 Combining Global Scale Advantages With Local Presence

1.1.2 Design Of The Network Directly Affects Cost, Capacity, And Latency

1.1.3 Ericsson Combining Global Scale Advantages With Local Presence

1.2 Communications Equipment Manufacturers

1.2.1 Communications Equipment Vendor Strategic Focus.

1.2.2 Beyond ICT: Embracing The Next Digital Revolution: the Internet of Things

1.2.3 Integration of the Digital And Physical Brings Digital Revolution and Need to Redefine  What Work People Do

1.2.4 Networks Bring Digital Government, Smarter Cities

1.2.5 The Age of Digital Business

1.2.6 Borderless Internet Gives Rise To A Digital Society

1.3 Smart Infrastructure Opportunities For ICT

1.3.1 IT Systems Evolving From Post-Processing To Real-Time Business Systems

1.3.2 IT Enterprise Architecture Challenged to Process Huge Volumes Of Data

1.3.3 Digital Society Replaces Low-bandwidth Networks

1.4 ICT transformation

1.4.1 Apps Market Expands

1.5 World Economic Forum.

1.6 Networks Segment

1.6.1 CDMA (Code Division Multiple Access)

1.6.2 CDMA2000:

1.6.3 CDMA2000 Evolution Path:

1.6.4 GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications)

1.6.5 W-CDMA (Wideband Code Division Multiple Access)

LTE (Long-Term Evolution)

1.7 Global Economy

1.7.1 The IT Market

1.7.2 New World Order Built On The Globally Integrated Enterprise

1.7.3 Enterprise Information Accessed By Mobile Workers

1.8 Cloud Technology Brings Rapid Time to Value

1.9 Application Server Virtual Systems, Clustering, Fail-Over, And Load Balancing

1.9.1 Cloud System Continuous Deployment Models

1.10 Application Server Provides Competitive Advantage

1.11 SOA Reusable Software Components

1.11.1 SOA Community-Based Marketplaces

1.11.2 Components Aimed At Developer Base

1.12 Infrastructure Switch

1.12.1 Market Change

1.13 Increasing Java Productivity

1.13.1 Increasing Developer Base



2. LTE Market Share And Market Forecast

2.1 LTE Wireless Infrastructure Market Driving Forces

2.1.1 Core LTE Wireless Infrastructure

2.1.2 LTE Wireless Infrastructure Industry Challenges

2.1.3 LTE Wireless Infrastructure Response to Market Challenges

2.1.4 LTE Wireless Infrastructure Call to Action

2.1.5 LTE Wireless Infrastructure Industry Addresses Fast-Paced Change

2.1.6 LTE Reassessment Of Operator Choices

2.2 LTE Market Shares

2.2.1 Ericsson Leads LTE Market By Wide Margin

2.2.2 Ericsson LTE

2.3 Wireless Infrastructure Market Segments, LTE Market Forecasts

2.3.1 LTE Devices

2.3.2 Ericsson Has A Leading LTE Market Position

2.3.3 Status of the Global LTE 1800 Market

2.3.4 Samsung LTE

2.3.5 Ericsson leads in LTE, But Rivals Huawei, ZTE and Samsung Gain

2.3.6 Europe, China and India Ramp LTE investment in 2014 and 2015, Unlocking Opportunities To Grow LTE Revenue

2.4 LTE Market Forecasts

2.5 Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Function Virtualization (NFV)

2.5.1 Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Function

Virtualization (NFV) Reordering Of Market Share

2.5.2 Mobile Packet Core

2.5.3 Mobile Broadband1

2.5.4 Small Cells Are Disruptive Technology In Networks



3. Wireless Infrastructure Product Description

3.1 Alcatel Lucent

3.1.1 Alcatel-Lucent Wireless Networks Segment

3.1.2 Alcatel Lucent Korea

3.1.3 Korea Broadband Infrastructure Wireless Projects

3.2 Ericsson Wireless Infrastructure Products

3.2.1 Ericsson Radio Base Station Platform Strength

3.2.2 Mobile Broadband

3.2.3 Ericsson EDGE (Enhanced Data Rates for Global Evolution) Benefits

3.2.4 Ericsson EDGE Evolution

3.2.5 Ericsson End-To-End Solutions For Major Mobile Communication Standards

3.2.6 Ericsson Strategic Engagement Topics

3.2.7 Ericsson EDGE Enhanced Mobile Networks

3.2.8 Ericsson LTE Broadcast

3.2.9 Ericsson Mobile Cloud Accelerator

3.2.10 Ericsson Mobile Backhaul

3.2.11 Ericsson Backhaul for Existing Radio Networks

3.2.12 Ericsson SGSN-MME

3.2.13 Ericsson Service-Aware Policy Controller

3.2.14 Ericsson Mobile Switching

3.2.15 Ericsson Application Enablement:  Apps

3.2.16 Ericsson Mobile Backhaul Solution

3.2.17 Ericsson Blade Server Platform For Core Networks

3.2.18 Ericsson Packet Core Platforms

3.3 Nokia Siemens Networks

3.3.1 Nokia Siemens Networks Evolved Packet Core (EPC)

3.3.2 Nokia Siemens Networks Intelligent IP Edge

3.3.3 Nokia Siemens Networks EPC Based On Open Core System

3.3.4 Nokia Siemens Networks Flexi Network Gateway (Flexi NG)

3.3.5 Nokia Siemens Networks PCS-5000 Policy Control Suite

3.3.6 Nokia Siemens Networks Teams With Juniper Networks Carrier Ethernet Transport (CET)

3.3.7 Nokia Siemens Networks CET Solution / Juniper Networks

Nokia Siemens Networks Router Product Partners

Nokia Siemens Networks Multiservice IP Backbone

3.3.8 Nokia Siemens Networks Multiservice IP Backbone Solutions

3.4 Huawei

3.4.1 Huawei SingleBTS

Huawei Products & Application Scenarios

3.4.2 Huawei Distributed Base Station

3.4.3 Huawei Distributed Base Station Applications & Benefits

3.4.4 Huawei SingleBTS Mobile Network Application Scenarios

3.4.5 Huawei Core Network

3.4.6 Huawei Applications-Depend on IP Platform To Meet The Varying

Needs For Network Evolution

Huawei Successfully Completed Voice Interoperability for LTE TDD to

CDMA Based on Qualcomm Snapdragon Processor

3.5 Samsung

3.5.1 Samsung LTE Innovation

Samsung TelecommunicationsWireless Systems

Samsung Small Cells

3.6 Fujitsu

3.6.1 Fujitsu LTE (Long Term Evolution) Solutions

3.6.2 Fujitsu LTE Femtocell Systems

3.6.3 Fujitsu BroadOne LTE Femtocell

3.6.4 Fujtsu LTE Femtocell Target Areas

3.6.5 Fujitsu LTE Femtocell Solutions

3.6.6 Fujitsu LTE Femtocell Access Point

3.7  Radisys Products

3.8 ZTE

3.9 TelLabs



4. LTE Infrastructure Technology

4.1 Mobile Subscriptions Worldwide

4.2 Bandwidth for Wireless Infrastructure

4.3 Standards

4.3.1 Qualcomm

4.3.2 UMTS Forum

4.4 Ericsson Technology Perspective

4.4.1 Limited Bandwidth Giving Way to Expanded bandwidth

4.4.2 Infrastructure At A Cell Site

4.5 Backhaul Network Architecture

4.5.1 Ericsson Standardization Work In The 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP),

4.6 High Speed Downlink Packet Access

4.7 HD Voice Call On CDMA

4.8 Regulatory Solutions

4.9Huawei Pipe Strategy

4.10 Small-Cell Architectures

4.10.1 Small Cells and LTE

4.10.2 Smart Antenna Systems



5. LTE Company Description

This Section Selectively Describes Company Strategies, Partners, Acquisitions, And Revenue By Segment And Regional Revenue When Available.  Companies Are Described By Looking At What Is Most Interesting About That Company.  The Descriptions Collectively Give A Sense Of Market Directions Within The Industry Segment.  The Alphabetical Listing Of Company Thumbnail Sketches Provides An Accessible Way To Find Out What Is Going On In Any Particular Company.

5.1 Alcatel-Lucent

5.1.1 Alcatel-Lucent Research Arm Bell Labs

5.1.2 Alcatel-Lucent Revenue

5.1.3 Alcatel-Lucent Operating Model Focused On Core Products

5.1.4 Alcatel-Lucent Organization

5.1.5 Alcatel-Lucent Operating Segments:

5.1.6 Alcatel-Lucent LTE

5.1.7 Alcatel-Lucent Adaptation of the Business to the Industry

5.1.8 Alcatel-Lucent Strategic Focus

5.1.9 Alcatel-Lucent Revenue

5.1.10 Alcatel-Lucent Operating Segments

5.1.11 Alcatel-Lucent Networks Segment

5.1.12 Alcatel-Lucent Optics Market Positions

5.1.13 Alcatel-Lucent Wireless

5.1.14 Alcatel-Lucent Wireline

5.1.15 Alcatel Lucent Korea

5.1.16 Alcatel-Lucent Revenue

5.2 Antenova

5.3 Berkeley-Varitronics Systems

5.4 CDG

5.4.1 CDMA2000 Evolution

5.4.2 CDG Global Industry Organization

5.5 Cisco

5.5.1 Cisco Revenue

5.5.2 Cisco Information Technology

5.5.3 Cisco Virtualization

5.5.4 Competitive Landscape In The Enterprise Data Center

5.5.5 Cisco Architectural Approach

5.5.6 Cisco Switching

5.5.7 Cisco NGN Routing

5.5.8 Cisco Collaboration

5.5.9 Cisco Service Provider Video

5.5.10 Cisco Wireless

5.5.11 Cisco Security

5.5.12 Cisco Data Center Products

5.5.13 Cisco Other Products

5.5.14 Cisco Systems Net Sales

5.5.15 Cisco Systems Revenue by Segment

5.5.16 Cisco Telepresence Systems Segment Net Sales

5.5.17 Cisco Tops 10,000 Unified Computing System Customers

5.6 Ericsson

5.6.1 Ericsson Wireless Infrastructure Portfolio

5.6.2 Ericsson Network Evolution

5.6.3 Ericsson Revenue

Ericsson Revenue

5.7 Fujitsu

5.7.1 Fujitsu Revenue

5.7.2 Fujitsu Technology Solutions Services

5.7.3 Fujitsu Personal Computers

5.7.4 Fujitsu Development and Production Facilities

5.7.5 Fujitsu Corporate Strategy

5.7.6 Fujitsu Revenue

5.7.7 Fujitsu Interstage

5.7.8 Fujitsu Acquires RunMyProcess Cloud Service Provider

5.7.9 Fujitsu and Radisys Partnership ATCA Platform Support

5.8 General Dynamics / IPWireless

5.8.1 General Dynamics IP Wireless Handheld Option for the URC Transceivers

5.8.2 General Dynamics

5.8.3 General Dynamics Revenue

5.8.4 General Dynamics Rifleman Radio and GD300 Go to

Afghanistan with U.S. Army’s 75th Ranger Regiment

5.8.5 General Dynamics Light Tactical Vehicles

5.8. General Dynamics Light Wheeled Armored Vehicles

5.8.7 General Dynamics Medium Wheeled Armored Vehicles

5.8.8 General Dynamics Infantry Fighting Vehicles / Medium Combat Vehicles

5.9 Global Mobile Suppliers Association

5.10 Google

5.10.1 Google 2012 Corporate Highlights

5.10.2 Google Search

5.10.3 Google Revenue

5.10.4 Google Second Quarter 2013 Results

5.10.5 Google Revenues by Segment and Geography

5.10.6 Google / Motorola

5.11 Huawei

5.11.1 Huawei Invests In The Pipe

5.11.2 Huawei’s Internet Protocol (IP) Pipe Strategy

5.11.3 Huawei Focus On Customers

5.11.4 Huawei Revenue

5.12 Juniper

5.12.1 Juniper Networks Strategy

5.12.2 Juniper Networks Enterprise

5.12.3 Juniper Networks Platform Strategy

5.12.4 Juniper Revenue

5.13 LG

5.13.1 LG Home Entertainment Company

5.13.2 LG Mobile Communications Company

5.13.3 LG Home Appliance Company

5.13.4 LG Air Conditioning and Energy Solution Company

5.13.5 LG Technology Strategy

5.13.6 LG Revenue

5.14 Micro Mobio

5.15 MTI Mobile

5.16 NEC

5.16.1 NEC Business Outline

5.16.2 NEC Revenue

5.17 Nokia

5.17.1 Nokia-Microsoft Partnership

5.17.2 Nokia Revenue

5.18 Nokia Siemens Networks

5.18.1 Nokia Acquires Siemens' Entire 50% Stake in The Joint Venture

5.18.2 Nokia Siemens Networks Telco Cloud Technology

5.18.3 Nokia Siemens Acquired Motorola Network Infrastructure Division

5.18.4 Nokia Siemens Networks Revenue

5.19 QRC Technologies

5.20 Qualcomm

5.20.1 Qualcomm Mobile & Computing

5.20.2 QMC Offers Comprehensive Chipset Solutions

5.20.3 Qualcomm Government Technologies

5.20.4 Qualcomm Internet Services

5.20. Qualcomm Ventures

5.20.6 Qualcomm Revenue

5.20.7 Qualcomm Up to 4x Increase Over CDMA2000’s  Capacity

5.21 Radisys

5.21.1 Radisys Business

5.21.2 Radisys Revenue

5.21.3 Radisys ATCA

5.22 Repeaters Australia

5.22.1 Repeater Improved Cellular Signal Coverage Area

5.23 Reactel

5.24 RF Hitec

5.25 Samsung

5.25.1 Samsung Finds Talent And Adapts Technology To Create Products

5.25.2 Samsung Adapts to Change, Samsung Embraces Integrity

5.25.3 Samsung Telecom Equipment Group

5.25.4 Samsung Electronics Q2 2013 Revenue

5.25.5 Samsung Memory Over Logic

5.26 Siemens AG

5.27 Spirent Communications

5.27.1 Spirent Key Financials

5.27.2 Spirent Business

5.27.3 Spirent Service Assurance

5.27.4 Spirtent Strategy

5.27.5 Spirent Monitors Change, Identifies Trends

5.27.6 Spirent Acquisitions

5.27.7 Spirent Products

5.28 TelLabs

5.28.1 Tellabs® Mobile Solutions

5.28.2 TelLabs Acquisitions

5.28.3 TelLabs Revenue

5.28.4 TelLabs Geographic Revenue

5.29 TelNova Technologies

5.30 ZTE

5.30.1 ZTE Globally-Leading Provider Of Telecommunications Equipment

5.30.2 ZTE Technology Innovation

5.30.3 ZTE Revenue



List of Tables and Figures



Table ES-1 LTE Wireless Infrastructure Market Driving Forces

Table ES-2 LTE Wireless Infrastructure Industry Challenges

Table ES-3 LTE Wireless Infrastructure Response to Market Challenges

Table ES-4 LTE Wireless Infrastructure Industry Adaptation To Change

Table ES-5 LTE Wireless Infrastructure Industry Adaptations

Table ES-6 LTE Wireless Infrastructure Industry Imperatives

Table ES-7 LTE Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2012

Figure ES-8 LTE Wireless Infrastructure Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2013-2019

Figure 1-1 Ericsson Support for the Networked Society

Figure 1-2 Cloud Convergence of Information and Computing Technologies

Figure 1-3 Optical Internet Implements Flexible Information Transport

Figure 1-4 Infrastructure for Apps and Smart Devices

Table 1-5 Enterprise IT Architecture Changing

Figure 1-6 Smart Society Changes Brought By Terabit Networks

Figure 1-7 Apps Market Expands

Figure 1-8 World Economic Forum Comment on Convergence of Information Technology (IT) and Communications

Table 1-9 CDMA2000: Global Reach

Table 1-10 CDMA2000 Evolution Path:

Table 1-11 CDMA2000: Offering a Diverse and Affordable Selection of Devices

Table 1-12 Cloud System Continuous Deployment Models

Table 1-13 Java Based Application Server Functions

Table 1-13 Java Based Application Server Functions

Table1-14 SOA Market-Ready Components Business

Table 1-15 Application Server Product Functions

Table 2-1 LTE Wireless Infrastructure Market Driving Forces

Table 2-2 LTE Wireless Infrastructure Industry Challenges

Table 2-3 LTE Wireless Infrastructure Response to Market Challenges

Table 2-4 LTE Wireless Infrastructure Industry Adaptation To Change

Table 2-5 LTE Wireless Infrastructure Industry Adaptations

Table 2-6 LTE Wireless Infrastructure Industry Imperatives

Table 2-7 LTE Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2012

Figure 2-8 Wireless Infrastructure Market Segments, LTE Market Forecasts, Dollars,

Worldwide, 2013-2019

Table 2-9 Wireless Infrastructure Market Segments, LTE Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2013-2019

Table 2-10 LTE Device and Smart Phone Shipments Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2013-2019

Figure 2-11 LTE 1800 Eco System

Figure 2-12 Global LTE 1800 Commitments

Figure 2-13 Spectrum Used by LTE

Table 2-14 Global LTE 1800 Market Aspects

Table 2-15 Status of the Global LTE1800 Market

Table 2-16 Global 23 LTE 1800 Network Deployments in Progress

Table 2-17 Motivations For Deploying LTE in 1800 MHz Spectrum

Figure 2-18 CDMA And LTE in the US

Figure 2-19 CDG LTE Initiatives

Figure 2-20 LTE Device Availability by Frequency

Figure 2-21 LTE Device Availability by Frequency

Figure 2-22 FDD-LTE Commercial Deployments

Figure 2-23 LTE Subscribers by Region

Figure 2-24 CDMA2000 and the LTE Industry

Figure 2-25 Wireless Infrastructure Evolution Path, CDMA, LTE, and WiFi

Table 2-26 LTE Market Drivers 2013-2015

Figure 2-27 LTE Market Drivers, 2013-2015

Figure 2-28 Wireless Infrastructure Market Segments, LTE Market Forecasts, Dollars,

Worldwide, 2013-2019

Figure 2-29 CDG Global Connections Forecast

Table 2-30 CDG Global Connections in 2016

Table 2-31 Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Function Virtualization

(NFV) Design Of The Network Issues

Figure 2-32 Smartphones Lead Wireless Infrastructure traffic Growth

Table 3-1 Alcatel-Lucent Operating Segments:

Table 3-2 Alcatel-Lucent Networks Segment Businesses:

Table 3-3 Alcatel-Lucent Key Next Generation Technologies

Table 3-4 Alcatel-Lucent Wireless

Table 3-5 Alcatel-Lucent Networks Segment - IP

Figure 3-6 Korea Broadband Wireless Infrastructure Projects

Figure 3-7 Alcatel Lucent Monthly Traffic per Technology Since LTE Launch

Table 3-8 Ericsson Wireless Infrastructure Platforms

Figure 3-9 Ericsson RBS 6000 Multi-Standard Platform Is For Radio Base Stations

Table 3-10 Aspects of Ericsson Support for Migration to LTE

Table 3-11 Ericsson EPC-LTE Offering

Table 3-12 Ericsson EDGE Enhanced Data Rates for Global Evolution

Figure 3-13 Ericsson Telecommunications Equipment And Services

Table 3-14 Ericsson Strategic Engagement Topics (SETs)

Table 3-15 Ericsson Mobile Broadband Solutions Offering

Table 3-16 Ericsson Mobile Backhaul Solution Functions:

Figure 3-17 Ericsson SM480 Smart Metro Ethernet Services Platform

Table 3-18 Ericsson SM 480 Metro Ethernet Service Transport Features

Figure 3-19 Ericsson Mobile Backhaul Switch SM480

Figure 3-20 Ericsson Mini Link CN

Table 3-21 Ericsson MINI-LINK CN Use Case Scenarios:

Figure 3-22 Ericsson Comparison MINI-LINK CN 210, 500 & 510

Table 3-23 Ericsson LTE Service Provider Network Deployment Technology Areas

Figure 3-26 Ericsson Base Station

Figure 3-27 Ericsson RBS 2103 - WiMAX360

Figure 3-28 Ericsson New Packet Core Platforms

Figure 3-30 Ericsson Core Network Nodes, the Ericsson Blade System and Smart Services Router

Figure 3 52 Huawei Typical application scenarios of the BTS3900

Figure 3- 53 Huawei Typical Outdoor Application Scenarios of the BTS3900A

Figure 3-54 Huawei Typical Indoor Application Scenario of the BTS3900L

Figure 3-55 Huawei Typical Pole and Wall Installation Scenarios of the DBS3900

Figure 3-56 Huawei Typical Tower Application Scenarios of the DBS3900

Figure 3-59 Fujitsu BroadOne LTE Femtocell Base Station

Figure 3-61 Fujitsu LTE Femtocell Solutions

Table 3-62 Fujitsu LTE Femtocell Access Point

Table 3-67 ZTE TD-LTE Features

Table 3-68 ZTE LTE FDD Features

Figure 4-1 Bandwidth for Wireless Infrastructure

Table 4-2 Network Traffic Units

Figure 4-3 CDMA, LTE, and WiFi Roadmap Evolution Path

Figure 4-4 LTE Interoperability Positioning

Figure 4-5 LTE Frequency Band Assignments

Figure 4-6 Projected LTE Global Spectrum Usage

Figure 4-7 Challenge to Support 3GPP and 3GPP2 Frequency Assignments

Figure 4-8 Bandwidth Spectrum Economies of Scale

Figure 4-9 LTE Device Availability by Frequency

Figure 4-10 Backhaul Network Architecture, Flow Delay, Jitter, Packet Loss, Continuity, Avaliability, Throughput, and Trafic Stats

Table 3-11 HD Voice Call On CDMA

Figure 4-12 Wireless Infrastructure Traffic Model

Table 5-1 Alcatel-Lucent Performance Program

Table 5-2 Alcatel-Lucent Operating Segments:

Table 5-3 Alcatel-Lucent Business Focus

Table  5-4 Alcatel-Lucent Operating Segments

Table 5-5 Alcatel-Lucent Business Organization

Table 5-6 Alcatel-Lucent Strategic Focus

Table 5-7 Alcatel-Lucent Communications Issues

Table 5-8 Alcatel-Lucent Communications Issue Solutions

Table 5-9 Alcatel-Lucent Communications Application Enablement

Table 5-10 Alcatel-Lucent Communications High Leverage NetworkTM (HLN) Enablement

Table 5-11 Alcatel-Lucent Operating Segments:

Table 5-12 Alcatel-Lucent Networks Segment Businesses:

Table 5-13 Alcatel-Lucent Key Next Generation Technologies

Table 5-14 Alcatel-Lucent Networks Segment - IP

Table 5-15 Alcatel-Lucent Optics Market Positions

Table 5-16 Alcatel-Lucent Wireless

Figure 5-17 Alcatel-Lucent 2012 Korea Broadband Infrastructure Projects

Figure 5-18 Korea Broadband Wireless Infrastructure Projects

Figure 5-19 Alcatel Lucent Monthly Traffic per Technology Since LTE Launch

Figure 5-20 Alcatel-Lucent In Korea

Figure 5-21 CDG Wireless Infrastructure Roadmap that Includes CDMA2000, LTE, and

WiFi Technologies

Figure 5-22 Ericsson Version of its North American CDMA Share

Table 5-23 Ericsson Mobile Broadband Issues

Table 5-24 Ericsson Operating Segments

Table 5-25 Ericsson Networks

Table 5-26 Ericsson Networks Products And Solutions

Table 5-27 Regions Ericsson Primary Sales Channel

Figure 5-28 Fujitsu Main Products

Figure 5-29 Fujitsu Global Business

Figure 5-30 Fujitsu Geographical Market Participation

Figure 5-31 Fujitsu Global Alliances

Figure 5-32 Fujitsu Mixed IT Environments Forecasts

Table 5-33 Fujitsu Facts

Figure 5-39 IP Wireless Handheld Option for the URC Transceivers

Figure 5-40 General Dynamics URC Radio In A Vehicle Jerk-And-Run Capability

Figure 5-41 General Dynamics Pathmaker Group Networking Radios

Figure 5-42 General Dynamics Divisions

Figure 5-43 General Dynamics Eagle

Figure 5-44 General Dynamics Duro

Figure 5-45 General Dynamics Piranha 3

Figure 5-46 General Dynamics  Pandur 6 x 6

Table 5-47 General Dynamics Pandur 6 x 6 Features

Figure 5-48 General Dynamics  Pandur 8 x 8

Table 5-49 General Dynamics Pandur 8 x 8 Features

Figure 5-50 General Dynamics Piranha 5

Figure 5-51 General Dynamics Ascod

Figure 5-52 Mobile Broad Band Network Deployments, 2013

Figure 5-53 Mobile Broad Band Subscriptions, 2013

Figure 5-54 Commercial HSPA+ Networks

Figure 5-55 Commercial LTE Network Launches

Table 5-56 Huawei Different Business Groups (BGs)

Table 5-57 Juniper Networks Infrastructure Benefits

Table 5-58 Juniper Networks High-performance network infrastructure

Table 5-59 Nokia Siemens Networks Base Stations

Figure 5-60 Nokia Siemens Networks High Speed Internet Cost Reductions

Figure 5-61 Nokia Siemens Networks Zero Footprint Solution

Table 5-62 TelLabs Solutions Features

Table 5-63 Tellabs® Optical Solution Cost Reductions



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