LONDON, January 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Visiongain's latest report Global LTE Base Station Market 2013-2018: The Next Generation Infrastructure for 4G Mobile Telecommunications examines the LTE base station market with a focus on leading vendors, prosperous regions, impending network transformation projects, and central technologies.
As data traffic grows exponentially a rapid shift network shift to LTE and 4G will have to occur to cope. The introduction of superphones and tablets has saturated the mobile market, and the introduction of new, faster network technologies has become a matter of adapt-or-perish. Having a robust and practicable LTE strategy is what will separate today's incumbent operators from tomorrow's.
Cellular base stations are the last link between the core network and the end-user's device. As such, their interoperability and interaction must provide a high-speed, high-quality, low-latency service to which customers are rapidly growing accustomed. In addition, operators in competitive markets seeking to minimise costs will seek out options that are compact, easy to install, require little maintenance, and are power efficient. As operators rocket towards trials and deployments, infrastructure vendors that have readily available LTE base stations meeting a variety of exacting standards will prevail.
This is also a time of great change for networks, the planning and underlying strategy of which is evolving alongside the technology. Our research covers new infrastructure and base station technologies that will set trends and ultimately modify the way mobile networks are built.
Although existing LTE networks are still young, the next generation of mobile technology is moving forward rapidly. As the margin for error is minute in the social media age, quality of service is paramount. Base station vendors delivering efficiency, reliability, and practicality stand to gain a considerable share of a market that visiongain anticipates will reach $6.37 billion in 2013 and grow significantly thereafter.
The report contains 66 tables, charts, figures, and graphs that contribute visual analysis to our appraisal of developing trends. Visiongain provides forecasts for the period 2013-2018, assessing the global base station market in $m value and units shipments, 5 regional markets, and 5 technology submarkets in $m value and units shipments. In addition, visiongain provides analysis of 7 leading vendors with market share data, and 9 prominent mobile network operators, examining their products, corporate strategies, contracts, and equipment trials. The report also provides an exclusive interview with Virgin Media's Director of Wireless, who offers insight into recent small cell trials using designated LTE spectrum.
The Global LTE Base Station Market 2013-2018: The Next Generation Infrastructure for 4G Mobile Telecommunications will be of value to current and future potential investors into the network infrastructure, as well as OEMs, mobile network operators and network strategists who wish to gain an insight into the future of LTE.
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