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Global Voice over LTE (VoLTE) Trends Industry

NEW YORK, March 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Global Voice over LTE (VoLTE) Trends Industry
http://www.reportlinker.com/p02052090/Global-Voice-over-LTE-VoLTE-Trends-Industry.html#utm_source=prnewswire&utm_medium=pr&utm_campaign=Telecommunication_Services

The report analyzes and presents an overview of Voice over LTE (VoLTE) market worldwide. 'The concept of delivering voice over the LTE is based on converting voice signals into packet data, transferring it over the broadband network, and finally reconverting packet data back into voice signals. The revolutionary concept is attracting the attention of mobile operators, and is expected to become the standard in near future. Moreover, the commercialization of VoLTE would provide operators with a standardized and viable option for text and voice services, which account for more than 80% of service providers' revenues. '

Supported with 1 market data table, the report provides a review of mechanisms for achieving Voice over LTE, new nodes in VoLTE architecture, Voice over LTE Interfaces, key prerequisites to enable VoLTE, benefits and challenges of VoLTE along with the strategic industry activities of major companies worldwide. In addition, major companies operating in the Voice over LTE (VoLTE) arena worldwide including Alcatel-Lucent, BroadSoft Inc., D2 Technologies Inc., Ecrio, Genband, Imagination Technologies, LG Uplus Corporation, Mavenir Systems Inc., Nokia Siemens Networks BV, Pantech Co. Ltd., RADCOM Ltd., Reliance Industries Ltd., Renesas Mobile Corporation, Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson and others are profiled.

1. VOICE OVER LTE (VOLTE) - A TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW 1
A Prelude 1
The Convergence of High Speed Data and Voice Communication 1
Technological Specifications of LTE 2
Key Elements of LTE Network 2
User Equipment 2
Packet Data Networks (PDNs) 2
Evolved Node B (eNodeB) 2
Serving Gateway (S-GW) 2
PDN Gateway (P-GW) 2
Mobility Management Entity (MME) 2
PCRF 2

Home Subscriber Server (HSS) 2
Voice over LTE - An Introduction 2
Comparison between Voice Services over 2G/3G Networks and LTE 3
Mechanisms for Achieving Voice over LTE 3
Circuit Switched Fall Back (CSFB) 3
Simultaneous Voice LTE (SV-LTE) 4
Voice over LTE via Generic Access (VoLGA) 4
Voice over LTE Utilizing IP Multimedia Subsystem 4
New Nodes in VoLTE Architecture 4
Voice over LTE Interfaces 4
Call Continuity for Extended Coverage of Voice Services 5
Key Prerequisites to Enable VoLTE 5
Benefits of VoLTE 5
HD Voice 6
Risk Minimization 6
Quality Services 6
New Revenue Streams 6
High Spectrum Efficiency 6
Expedited Evolution to LTE 6

2. MARKET TRENDS 7
Mobile Carriers Eye VoLTE Services for Delivering Superior
Voice Quality 7
Rapid Adoption of LTE Networks to Fuel VoLTE Demand 7
Table 1: No. of VoLTE Subscribers Worldwide (2012-2017) in
Million 8
Joyn - A GSMA Initiative for Rich Communication Services 8
India - A Promising Market for VoLTE 9
Key Challenges in the Adoption of VoLTE 9

3. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY 10
Acme Packet® to Collaborate with China Mobile Communications 10
Alcatel-Lucent Showcases Voice-over-IMS and RCS Technology to
FirstNet 10
Ericsson Inks an Agreement with KDDI 10
Mavenir Systems and Radisys® Enter into Partnership for VoLTE
Deployments 11
MetroPCS Inks Agreement with Ericsson 11
Nokia Siemens Networks and Polkomtel Ink Agreement for Voice
Services on LTE 11
NVIDIA Selects VoLTE Software of D2 Technologies 12
Orange Communications and Nokia Siemens Networks Ink Agreement 12
Renesas Mobile, Ericsson and China Mobile Demonstrate VoLTE
Call over LTE FDD and TD-LTE 12
Telecom Commission Approves Launch of Voice Services on 4G
Networks 13
T-Mobile Czech Republic Selects Mavenir Systems for IMS Core
and Application Servers 13
ZyXel Communications and Lantiq Announce VoLTE-Compliant ZyXel
LTE5121 Gateway 13
BroadSoft Rolls Out www.MonetizeLTE.com 14

Coolpad Americas and Imagination Technologies Complete VoLTE
IOT for Quattro Smartphones 14
coM.sat Selects TranSwitch's Atlanta 2000™ LTE Gateway
Reference Design 14
D2 Technologies Enters into Partnership with NVIDIA 15
Ecrio Collaborates with Morpho 15
Ericsson and Qualcomm Perform Successful Handover of Voice
between LTE and WCDMA Network 15
Hi3G ACCESS AB Selects Mavenir Systems for CSFB Implementation 15
Infotel Licenses SPIRIT TeamSpirit™ Voice&Video Engines 15
Lantiq Collaborates with Ecrio and D2 Technologies 16
LG U+ to Test Cisco Mobile Internet Solutions for VoLTE Delivery 16
Reliance Infotel Broadband Seeks Approval for VoLTE Calls from
Department of Telecommunications 16
Taqua Collaborates with Kineto Wireles 17
TranSwitch Announces Successful Testing of Atlanta 2000™ LTE
Gateway Solution on Verizon Wireless 4G LTE Development
Network 17
IMTC Completes Successful VoLTE Testing 17
Mavenir Takes Over Airwide Solutions 17

Verizon Wireless Announces Successful Testing of VoLTE Call 18
ZTE Announces Successful Testing of VoLTE Call 18
Genband Wins Bid to Takeover CVAS Assets of Nortel Network 18
GSMA Adopts One Voice Initiative for Voice over LTE 18
Lantiq Takes Over WLAN Assets of Metalink 19
NGMN Alliance Announces Operators' Agreement to Support
Roaming for VoLTE 19
Samsung Telecommunications America Collaborates with Cellular
South 19

4. PRODUCT/SERVICE LAUNCHES 20
Broadcom to Unveil BCM21892 LTE-Advanced Modem 20
HP Enterprise Services Launches Solutions for Seamless
Migration to LTE Networks 20
Imagination Technologies and ZTE Launch HelloSoft VoLTE Solution 20
Mavenir Systems Unveils Virtualized IMS Solutions for 4G Networks 21
Renesas Mobile Showcases MP5232 LTE Platform with Anritsu
MD8475A Signaling Tester 21
Samsung Announces VoLTE-Compliant Galaxy S3 LTE Model 21
Spirent Communications Unveils Spirent Nomad HD Measurement
System 22
The Aricent Group Offers VoLTE Solutions 22
TeleCommunication Systems Launches TCS VoLTE9-1-1 Solution 23
Verizon to Unveil Voice Over LTE Technology 23
Agilent Technologies and Brüel & Kjær Unveil Agilent PXT
Wireless Communications Test Set 23
LG U+ Introduces VoLTE Services in South Korea 23
MetroPCS Communications Unveils Voice over LTE Service 24

MetroPCS Unveils Rich Communications Services 24
RADCOM Expands Omni-Q Solution 24
Samsung Unveils VoLTE-Compliant Galaxy Note 10.1 Tablet 24
SK Telecom Introduces HD Voice over LTE 25
Tele2 Announces Successful Testing of VoLTE in Sweden 25
TeleCommunication Systems Launches TCS VoLTE 911 Solution 25
ZTE Deploys eSRVCC Technology 25
BroadSoft Improves BroadWorks™ TAS to Comply with VoLTE IR.92
Specifications 25
Ericsson and China Mobile Unveil TD-LTE Solution 26
Mavenir Systems Introduces New Solutions to Enable VoLTE 26
Pantech and Ecrio Launch Pantech Breakout Smartphone in North
America 26
VoLGA Forum Introduces New VoLTE Specifications 26

5. MARKET PARTICIPANTS 27
Alcatel-Lucent (France) 27
Alianza, Inc. (USA) 27
Aricent Group (USA) 27
AT&T, Inc. (USA) 27
Bharti Airtel Ltd. (India) 27
BroadSoft, Inc. (USA) 28
Cisco Systems, Inc. (USA) 28
D2 Technologies, Inc. (USA) 28
Deutschen Telekom AG (Germany) 28
Ecrio (USA) 29
Genband (USA) 29
Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. (China) 29
Imagination Technologies (UK) 29
Iskratel d.o.o. (Slovenia) 29
Italtel (Italy) 30
IPneo Ltd. (Egypt) 30

Lantiq Deutschland GmbH (Germany) 30
LG Uplus Corporation (Korea) 30
MagicJack Vocaltec, Ltd. (USA) 31
Mavenir Systems, Inc. (USA) 31
Motorola Solutions, Inc. (USA) 31
NEC Corporation (Japan) 32
Nokia Siemens Networks BV (The Netherlands) 32
NTT DOCOMO (Japan) 32
OpenCloud Ltd. (UK) 32
Openet (Ireland) 33
Oracle Corporation (USA) 33
Pantech Co., Ltd. (South Korea) 33
Qualcomm, Inc. (USA) 33
RADCOM Ltd. (Israel) 34
Radvision Ltd. an Avaya Company (USA) 34

Reliance Industries Ltd. (RIL) (India) 34
Renesas Mobile Corporation (Japan) 34
Samsung Networks (USA) 35
SK Telecom Co., Ltd. (Korea) 35
Skype Communications Sarl (Luxembourg) 35
SPIRIT DSP (Russia) 35
Taiwan Mobile Co., Ltd. (Taiwan) 35
Taqua LLC (USA) 36
Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson (Sweden) 36
Telefónica SA (Spain) 36
Telenor Group (Norway) 36
TranSwitch Corporation (USA) 37

T-Mobile USA, Inc. (USA) 37
Verizon Wireless (USA) 37
Vodafone Group PLC (UK) 37
Xceed Technologies (USA) 37
ZTE Corporation (China) 38
ZyXEL Communications Corporation (Taiwan) 38

6. APPENDIX 39


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