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The TD-LTE Ecosystem: 2014 - 2020 - Infrastructure, Devices, Subscriptions & Operator Revenue

DUBLIN, April 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/lxsnlv/the_tdlte) have announced the addition of Signals and Systems Telecom's new report "The TD-LTE Ecosystem: 2014 - 2020 - Infrastructure, Devices, Subscriptions & Operator Revenue" to their offering.

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FDD (Frequency-division Duplexing) still remains the prevalent standard for LTE (Long Term Evolution) deployment as a natural progression path for GSM, W-CDMA and CDMA network operators. However, unpaired TDD (Time-division Duplexing) spectrum costs significantly less per MHz/population than its FDD equivalent and is more widely available.

Key Topics Covered: 

Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: An Overview of TD-LTE

Chapter 3: Market Drivers & Barriers

Chapter 4: TD-LTE Deployment Case Studies

Chapter 5: Industry Roadmap & Value Chain

Chapter 6: Expert Opinion - Interview Transcripts

Chapter 7: Vendor Landscape

Chapter 8: Market Analysis & Forecasts

Chapter 9: Conclusion & Strategic Recommendations

Companies Mentioned:

• 21 Vianet Group
• 2K Telecom
• 3 Austria
• 3 Denmark
• 3 HK
• 3 Ireland
• 3 Italia
• 3 Sweden
• 365 Media
• 3GPP
• 3Roam
• 4ipnet
• 6WIND
• 7Layers
• A Test Lab Techno Corp (ATL)
• A1 Telekom
• Ablaze
• Accedian
• Accelleran
• Acer
• Actelis
• Actix
• Adams NetWorks
• ADLINK
• ADTRAN
• ADVA
• Advantech
• Aero2
• Aeroflex
• Aerohive
• Aeronet
• AFT-Linkem
• Agilent Technologies
• Aircel
• Aircell
• Aircom International
• AirHop Communications
• Airspan
• Airtel Nigeria
• Airvana
• AIS/DPC Thailand
• Al Madar
• Alaska Communications
• Albis Technologies
• Alcatel-Lucent
• Alcatel-Lucent Shanghai Bell Co
• Alfa
• Algar Telecom (CTBC)
• Algerie Telecom
• Alpha Networks
• Altair Semiconductor
• Altel
• Altera
• Alvarion
• Andorra Telecom
• Andrew/CommScope
• Anite Telecoms
• Anritsu
• Antares Group
• Antel
• Anvaya Networks
• Apple
• Aptilo
• Aqiva Wireless
• Aquafon
• Argela
• Aricent
• Armentel
• Aruba Networks
• Asiaspace
• AsiaTelco
• Askey
• ASOCS
• Astellia
• ASTRI
• AT&T Mobility
• Athena Wireless Communications
• Atrica
• Avago Technologies
• Avanti
• Avea
• Aviat Networks
• Axerra Networks
• Axis Teknologies
• Azercell
• Azerfon
• b-lite
• Babilon Mobile
• Bakcell
• Bakrie Telecom
• BandRich
• Batelco
• Bayan Telecommunications
• BayRICS
• BEC Technologies
• Beeline
• Beeline Lao
• BelCel
• Belgacom / Proximus
• Bell Mobility
• BendBroadband
• BeST (Life)
• BH Telecom
• Bharti Airtel
• Bhutan Telecom
• Big Switch Networks
• BigAir
• Blackberry
• BLiNQ Networks
• b-lite
• Bluegrass Cellular
• Blueline
• Bluetest AB
• BluWan
• Bollore Telecom
• Bouygues Telecom
• Brazil Army
• Brazil Sao Paulo Military Police
• BridgeWave Communications
• Broadcom
• Brocade
• Browan
• BSNL
• BT
• BTC
• BTI Systems
• BTI Wireless
• BTL
• BUCD
• Bulgaria Vivacom
• C Spire Wireless
• C&S
• Cable and Wireless
• Cambium Networks
• Cambridge Broadband Networks (CBNL)
• Canoga Perkins
• Carolina West Wireless
• Carrier Access Corporation
• CATR
• Cavium
• CBL Bahamas
• CCS
• Ceclcom Axiata
• CeedTec
• Celcite
• Cell C
• Cellcom
• CellO (Optiway and Cellvine)
• Cellon
• Celtro
• CenturyLink
• Ceragon
• CGC
• Chariton Valley Comms
• Charles Industries
• Chat Mobility
• China Mobile
• China Mobile Hong Kong
• China Telecom
• China Unicom
• CHT
• Cielo
• Ciena
• Cisco
• City of Charlotte Council
• Claro
• Clear Mobitel
• C-motech
• CNT
• Cobham/Axell Wireless
• Coherent Logix
• Colorado Valley
• Comba
• Comba Telecom
• Commnet Wireless
• Communication Components Inc. (CCI)
• Comprion
• Contela
• ConteXtream
• Convergence Technologies
• Copper Valley Telecom
• Corning/MobileAccess
• Cosmote
• COTA/Murcia4G
• Cross Telephone
• Crown Castle
• CSI
• CSL Limited
• Custer Telephone
• Cyan
• CYIT
• Datame
• Datang
• Datang Mobile
• DBD
• Dedicado
• DeltaNode
• Deutsche Telekom
• Dhiraagu
• Dialog Axiata
• Dialogic
• DiGi
• Digicel
• Digicel Fiji
• Digitel
• Digitel Jamaica
• Dish Network
• D-Link
• DNA
• DoCoMo Pacific
• Dovado
• DragonWave
• DTAC TriNet
• Du
• E Plus
• eAccess
• Eastlink
• E-Band Communications
• ECI Telecom
• Econet Wireless
• Eden Rock Communications
• Edgewater
• EE
• EION
• E-Lins Technology
• Elisa
• EMT
• Emtel
• EnergyAustralia Ausgrid
• EnGenius
• Entel Movil
• Entel PCS
• Entel Peru
• Enterasys
• EPCOS
• ERA/T-Mobile Poland
• Ericsson
• ETC
• Etex Telephone Co-op
• EtherReach
• Ethertronics
• Ethio Telecom
• Ethos
• Etisalat
• Etisalat Misr
• Evolve Broadband
• Exalt
• ExteNet Systems
• Extreme Networks
• FarEasTone
• FastBack Networks
• Fastlink (Regional Telecom)
• Femtel
• FiberHome Technologies
• FibroLAN
• Firetide
• Fitel
• Fjarskipti (Vodafone Iceland)
• Fortinet
• FPT Telecom
• Freescale Semiconductor
• Fujitsu
• GCT
• Gemtek
• GENBAND
• General Dynamics Broadband
• Georgia Magticom
• Glo Mobile
• Globacom
• Global Mobile
• Global TD-LTE Initiative (GTI)
• Global Wireless Technologies (GWT)
• Globe
• GoNet Systems
• Goodman Networks
• Greenpacket
• GrenTech
• Guineanet
• Handlink
• Hatteras
• Hisilicon Technologies
• Hitachi
• HOJY Wireless
• HP
• HTC
• Huahuan
• Huawei
• Huayu Wireless
• Hutchison 3
• IBW International
• ICE
• iConnect
• IDC Moldova
• iDirect
• IM2
• Imagine Group
• Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI)
• Infovista (Mentum)
• InnerWireless (Acquired by Black Box)
• Innofidei
• Intel
• InterDigital
• Intracom
• Intucell Systems (Acquired by Cisco)
• Inwi
• Iowa Statewide Interoperable Communications Board (ISICSB)
• ip. access
• IPITEK
• Islandcom
• IT&E Guam
• JDSU
• Juni
• Juniper Networks
• Kathrein
• Kcell
• KDDI
• Kentrox
• Kordia
• KPN
• KPU (Alaska)
• KT
• KT Corp Rwanda
• Kyocera
• Lanka Bell
• Lattelecom
• Leadcore
• Leap Wireless/Cricket
• Lenovo
• LG
• LG U+
• LightPoint Communications
• Lightsquared
• LIME
• Linkem
• LMT
• LSI
• LTC
• M1
• Manx Telecom
• Marvell Semiconductor
• Mascom Wireless
• Massnet
• MAX Telecom
• Maxim Integrated
• Maxis
• MaxyTel
• MediaTek
• Megafon
• Menatelecom
• Meru Networks
• Mesaplexx
• Meteor
• Microwave Networks
• Mid-Rivers Communications
• Milmex
• mimoOn
• Mindspeed Technologies
• MiSpot
• Mitrastar Corporation
• MOBI Antenna Technologies
• Mobile Norway/Tele2
• Mobily
• Mobinil
• Mobistar
• Mobitel
• Modacom
• Moldcell
• Monaco Telecom
• Mongolia Telecom
• Mosaic Telecom
• Motorola
• Motorola Solutions
• Movicel
• Movilmax
• Movilnet
• Movistar
• MRV Communications
• MTA
• MTC
• MTC Touch
• M-Tel
• MTN
• MTN Uganda
• MTNL
• MTPCS
• MTS
• MTS Allstream
• MTS Belarus
• MTS Ukraine
• Multi-Micro (Fujian) Electronic Tech Co
• Myanmar P & T
• Nawras
• NBN Co.
• Ncell
• NEC
• Neo-Sky
• Neotel
• Nepal Telecom
• Netcomm
• Netgear
• NetGem
• Netronome
• New Postcom
• NewNet
• Nexius
• NITA
• Node-H
• Nokia/Microsoft
• Nomadix
• Nomor Research
• NorthwestCell
• Nova
• Novatel Wireless
• NSN
• nTelos
• nTelos Wireless
• NTT DoCoMo
• Nuage Networks (Alcatel-Lucent)
• Nvidia
• O2 Secure Wireless
• Octasic
• Oi
• Omantel
• Omnitel
• On Telecomunicacoes
• ONE
• Ooredoo
• Open Mobile
• Optimus
• Option
• Optiway
• Optus
• Orange Armenia
• Orange Austria
• Orange Dominicana
• Orange France
• Orange Liechtenstein
• Orange Luxembourg
• Orange Mauritius
• Orange Moldova
• Orange Romania
• Orange Slovak Republic
• Orange Spain
• Orange Switzerland
• Orange Uganda
• Orckit Corrigent
• Osnova Tel.
• Osnova Telecom
• Overture
• P&T
• P1
• P1 Networks
• P4 (Play)
• Pandetel
• Panhandle Telephone Co-op
• PCCW
• Peoples Telephone Co-op
• Personal
• Pioneer Cellular
• Plexxi
• Polkomtel Plus
• Positron-Aktino
• Poventio
• Powerwave Technologies
• Proxim
• PTK Centertel (Orange)
• Public Service Wireless
• Public Wireless
• PureWave Networks
• PVT
• Qualcomm
• Quanta
• Quanta Computer
• Qucell
• Quortus
• R (Spain)
• RAD Data Systems
• Radisys
• RADWIN
• Rakon
• RCS & RDS
• Redline Communications
• REDtone
• Reliance
• Renesas Mobile
• Reverb Networks
• RF Micro
• RF Window
• RFNet
• RFS (Radio Frequency Systems)
• RIL
• Rogers Wireless
• Rohde & Schwarz
• Rostelecom
• Ro-Timak Technology
• Ruckus Wireless
• RusViet Telecom
• S and R Communications
• S&T Telephone Cooperative
• Safaricom
• Sagebrush Cellular (Nemont)
• Sagem
• Sagemcom
• SAI
• SAI Technology
• Saima Telecom
• Samsung
• Sasktel
• Sazz
• Seiko
• Sequans
• SerComm
• SFR
• SGRITA
• Sharp
• Shentel
• Shyam
• Shyam Networks
• Si.mobil
• SIAE Microelectronics
• SignShine
• Siklu
• Siminn
• SingTel
• SK Telecom
• SK Telesys
• Sky Brasil Services
• Sky Brazil
• Skyworks
• Smart Communications
• Smartone
• SMARTS
• Smile
• Smoltelecom
• SoftBank
• SOLiD Technologies
• Sony
• Sony Mobile
• Spectranet
• SpeedConnect
• SpiderCloud Wireless
• Spreadtrum Communications
• Sprint
• Sprint Nextel
• Sprocket Wireless
• SRT Communications
• SSTL
• Star Microwave
• Starcomms
• StarHub
• STC
• ST-Ericsson
• Strata Networks
• Strix Systems
• Sub10 Systems
• Sunrise Communications
• Surfline Communications
• Swift Networks
• Swisscom
• Sycamore
• Syringa Wireless
• T Mobile
• T&W Electronics
• Tango
• Tango Networks
• Taqua
• Tarana Wireless
• Tata Elxsi
• TDC
• TE Connectivity (Tyco Electronics Connectivity)
• Tecom
• TEKTELIC
• Telcel
• Telco Systems
• Tele2
• Tele2 Kazakhstan
• Tele2 Sweden
• Telecom Italia Mobile (TIM)
• Telecom Malaysia
• Telecom New Zealand
• Telefonica Movistar
• Telefonica O2
• Telefonica O2 Ireland
• Telefonica O2 UK
• Telefonica Peru
• Telefonica Spain
• T-elek
• Telekom Srpske
• Telenet Belgium
• Telenor Denmark
• Telenor Hungary
• Telenor Montenegro
• Telenor Norway
• Telenor Sweden
• Telesis
• TeliaSonera
• TeliaSonera Norway
• TeliaSonera Sweden
• Telkom Mobile (8ta)
• Telkomsel Indonesia
• Tellabs
• Telrad
• Telrad Networks
• Telstra
• Telus
• Texas Energy Network
• Texas Instruments
• TFL
• Thomson
• T-Hrvatski Telekom
• Thumb Cellular
• Tigo
• Tikona
• TIM Brasil
• TMN (Portugal Telecom)
• T-Mobile Czech Republic
• T-Mobile Hungary
• T-Mobile Macedonia
• T-Mobile Netherlands
• T-Mobile Puerto Rico
• T-Mobile Slovensko
• T-Mobile USA
• TN Mobile
• Tongyu Communication
• TOT Thailand
• TPG Internet
• TP-Link
• Trango Systems
• Transmode
• Tranzeo
• Triatel
• Tricom
• TriQuint
• Tropos
• True Move
• TSKL
• TTA
• TTK
• Tunisiana
• Turkcell
• U Mobile
• UbeeAirWalk
• Ubidyne GmBH
• Ubiquisys (Acquired by Cisco)
• Ubiquiti Networks
• u-blox
• UCell
• UK Broadband
• Ulusnet
• Umniah
• Une-EPM
• United Wireless
• Unitel
• US Cellular
• UTStarcom (Star Solutions)
• Vainakh
• Vainakh Telecom
• VDC (VNPT)
• Velatel
• Velatel-Aerostrong
• Verizon Wireless
• Videocon
• Videotron
• Viettel
• Vimpelcom
• VIP mobile
• VIPNet
• Visafone Communications
• Viva
• Vivacell-MTS
• Vivato
• Vivo
• VMWare
• Vodacom
• Vodacom Tanzania
• Vodafone
• Vodafone Australia
• Vodafone Czech Republic
• Vodafone Egypt
• Vodafone Fiji
• Vodafone Greece
• Vodafone Ireland
• Vodafone Italy
• Vodafone New Zealand
• Vodafone Portugal
• Vodafone Qatar
• Vodafone Romania
• Vodafone Spain
• Vodafone UK
• Vox
• VTel Wireless
• Vubiq
• Wataniya
• Wataniya Telecom
• WBS (iBurst)
• West Central Wireless
• WeTelecom
• Wi-Ex
• Wilson Electronics
• WiMAX Forum
• Wind
• Wind Mobile
• Wistron NeWeb Corporation (WNC)
• Woosh
• Xi'an Sunnada Haitian Antenna Co
• Xilinx
• XL Axiata
• Xplornet
• Yoigo
• Yota
• Yota Devices
• YTL Communications Yes
• Yulong Computer
• Zain
• Zain Jordan
• Zain Saudi
• Zamtel
• Zhone
• Ziggo
• Zinwave
• Zoda Fones
• ZTE


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