The “Global LTE Market by Infrastructure (E-Utran, E Node B, EPC), End-User Devices (Smartphones, USB Modems, Card Modules, Netbooks), & Services (2010 – 2015)” report provides extensive analysis of “Global LTE Market” including current market trends, industry drivers, and challenges for better understanding of “Global LTE Market”. The report includes the profiles of all the major players in “Global LTE Market” along with geographical analysis.
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The global LTE market is expected to grow from $2.28 billion in 2010 to $262.05 billion in 2015. This represents a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 158.2% from 2010 to 2015. The primary factor that drives the market is enhanced spectrum efficiency and reduced long term infrastructure cost. However, factors such as rising data traffic and emergence of new applications and devices are expected to further accelerate the LTE market. Players in this market can gain competitive advantages by adopting a network sharing strategy and moving onto hybrid networks.
MarketsandMarkets has defined the LTE (Long Term Evolution) market as a combination of infrastructure, end user devices, and services. LTE infrastructure market is further classified into E-UTRAN and eNodeB, EPC, and “Others” market. An LTE end-user device segment is further sub segmented into smartphones, USB modems, card modules, netbooks, and other devices. LTE services are further segmented into consulting, maintenance, integration, and other services.
Due to the current need for greater speeds of mobile broadband and rising applications, operators are in constant search for high speed network technologies. Users are keen to experience the desktop and television on their mobile devices along with real-time video conferencing, social networking, YouTube, and other high-bandwidth applications. This rising demand for more speed with enhanced user experience has created a stress on carrier networks to come up further with enhanced mobile networks which has given rise to LTE.
- To define and measure the global LTE Market by infrastructure (E-Utran, ENodeB, EPC), end-user devices (smartphones, USB modems, card modules, netbooks), and services with respect to various technologies implemented, and services that support those technologies
- To analyze the market structure by identifying various sub-segments of the global LTE market by infrastructure (E-Utran, eNodeB, EPC), end-user devices (smartphones, USB modems, card modules, netbooks), and services.
- To forecast revenues of the global LTE Market by infrastructure (E-Utran, eNodeB, EPC), end-user devices (Smartphones, USB Modems, Card Modules, Netbooks), and services and its various submarkets with respect to the four main geographies of North America, Latin America, EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa), and APJ (Asia Pacific and Japan).
- To identify major market trends and factors driving or inhibiting growth of the global LTE Market by infrastructure, end-user devices and services, and its various submarkets.
- To strategically analyze each submarket with respect to individual growth trends and contribution to the overall global LTE Market by infrastructure, end-user devices and services.
- To analyze opportunities in the market for the stakeholders by identifying high-growth segments of the global LTE Market by infrastructure (E-Utran, eNodeB, EPC), end-user devices (smartphones, USB modems, card modules, netbooks), and services
- To strategically profile key players of the global LTE Market and comprehensively analyze their market shares and core competencies in each segment
- To track and analyze competitive developments such as alliances, joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions in the global LTE Market by infrastructure, end-user devices, and services industry
Scope of the report
The long term evolution market report provides extensive analysis of LTE market including current market trends, industry drivers, and challenges for better understanding of the market. This report covers the strategies followed by “global LTE market” players.
This section discusses the market definition of “global LTE market”. It also discusses the way market is segmented and the methodology and assumptions considered for forecasting the revenues. The winning imperatives, along with the burning issues in the market are covered. Drivers, restraints, and opportunities for “global LTE market” have also been covered in this section.
This research report categorizes the global market for LTE for forecasting the revenues and analyzing the trends in each of the following submarkets:
On the basis of market segments
- End-user device
On the basis of application
- Video telephony
- Live TV
On the basis of geography
- North America
- Europe, Middle East, and Africa
- Asia Pacific and Japan
- Latin America
This section provides a brief overview of all the geographies pertaining to “Global LTE Market by Infrastructure (E-Utran, E Node B, EPC), End-User Devices (Smartphones, USB Modems, Card Modules, Netbooks), & Services (2010 – 2015)”. It covers the trends prevailing in each geography and the regulations which are impacting the overall “global LTE market by infrastructure, end-user devices, and services in that particular geography.
This section provides the company profiles of major companies participating in the “Global LTE market by infrastructure, end-user devices and services” market. Company profiles include a brief overview of the company, primary business, financial overview, strategies followed, and developments.
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