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By August 2011, a total of 166 telecom operators worldwide announced that they have begun the deployment of commercial LTE networks, 24 of which had officially kicked off commercial LTE services. The LTE technology features high transmission speed, flexible spectrum applications, and low latency. http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=216372&rt=Current-Development-of-Commercial-LTE-Services-and-Voice-over-LTE-Technology.html However, the technology is unable to directly deliver traditional voice… » read more

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On October 4, 2011, Apple’s new CEO Timothy Cook unveiled a new iPhone, dubbed the iPhone 4S, instead of the long-anticipated iPhone 5. On October 6, 2011, Apple announced another shocking news about the death of its former CEO Steve Jobs. http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=216370&rt=Apples-iPhone-4S-Strategy-and-its-Implications-for-Future-Smartphone-Development.html While Apple received tremendous market criticism at the beginning of the iPhone 4S… » read more

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At the end of 2010, mobile phone users amounted to 859 million and 3G subscribers totaled 47.1 million in China. In July 2011, mobile phone users jumped to 930 million, including 87.2 million 3G subscribers. The booming of mobile subscribers and communication data traffic promote telecom operators to continually optimize and expand their networks. In… » read more

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About the Report “4G (LTE and WiMAX) Service Revenue/Market Analysis and its Opportunities for Industries” covers the following key points. • Comparison of 1G to 4G Network Technologies • Worldwide 4G subscribers and service revenue • Worldwide regions covered (North America, Europe, Asia, Latin America and MEA) present and Future 4G subscribers and service revenue… » read more

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The mobile phones industry in India has been an attractive destination for the global mobile phone manufacturers from the very start. It was thought in the beginning that the mobile phones in India will serve the growing communication needs in the country. Considering the growth of the industry in India, it can be said that… » read more

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The Indian telecommunications industry is one of the fastest growing in the world. The industry has witnessed consistent growth during the last year on the back of rollout of newer circles by operators, successful auction of third-generation (3G) and broadband wireless access (BWA) spectrum, network rollout in semi-rural areas and increased focus on the value… » read more

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Third generation network technology or 3G adoption in India is rapidly growing with the rising demand for content rich applications & cellular services amongst the country’s enormous wireless subscriber base. The huge scope of opportunities in business, healthcare & education sectors will further enhance its adoption in the ensuing future. http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=208229&rt=3G-Market-in-India-2011.html The report begins with… » read more

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On August 15, 2011, Google announced the acquisition of Motorola Mobility for US$12.5 billion. In addition to enhance the competitiveness of Android operating system with Motorola Mobility’s communications IP (Intellectual Properties), Google also seeks to tap into the home entertainment segment through Motorola Mobility’s advantages in multimedia software and equipment. This report will analyze whether… » read more

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Managed Services Enter the Rapid Growth Stage: Which Mobile operators are taking advantage of this OpEx saving opportunity? Are the other operators losing out by not formulating managed services strategies? Managed Services is having a transformative affect on the wireless value chain in general and operators in particular. The managed services market was around $55… » read more

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