WiMAX 802.16-2004 to 802.16e - Which Technology Will Fare Best in the Future?
DUBLIN, Ireland -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c32917 ) has announced the addition of Fixed or mobile WiMAX? Forecasts and assessment for the transition from 802.16-2004 to 802.16e WiMAX to their offering.
The report "Fixed or mobile WiMAX? Forecasts and assessment for the transition from 802.16-2004 to 802.16e WiMAX" presents an in-depth analysis of the market dynamics for the two versions of WiMAX, and for both fixed and mobile services.
The presence of two, mutually incompatible, versions of WiMAX creates a challenge for everyone in the industry, namely, picking the version that will fare best in the long run. 802.16-2004 WiMAX only supports fixed access, but products are already available. 802.16e WiMAX supports mobile and fixed access but products are still at least a year away. Vendors need to understand what demand there is for these two technologies in order to refine their product roadmaps. Service providers want to understand which technology best meets their requirements and will enjoy long-term support from vendors.
The report addresses these issues, while providing an extensive overview of WiMAX technology, competing technologies, regulation, and business models. It gives a very detailed forecast of subscribers, service revenues and equipment revenues for 15 countries, 6 regions and for the worldwide market.
-- The differences between 802.16-2004 and 802.16e in terms of functionality, performance, services supported, target market segments and regulatory implications.
-- The market dynamics for fixed and mobile WiMAX access in different regions and different market segments
-- WiMAX technology
-- Standardization efforts
-- The role of the WiMAX Forum and its certification program for interoperability
-- Upgrade paths to 802.16e WiMAX for service providers using 802.16-2004 WiMAX or proprietary solutions
-- Competition from wired technologies (DSL DSL
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Broadband digital communications connection that operates over standard copper telephone wires. It requires a DSL modem, which splits transmissions into two frequency bands: the lower frequencies for voice (ordinary , cable modem, fiber-to-the-home) and from wireless technologies (Wi-Fi, 3G including WCDMA (Wideband CDMA) A 3G high-speed digital data service provided by cellular carriers that use the TDMA or GSM technology worldwide, including AT&T (formerly Cingular) and T-Mobile in the U.S. , HSDPA (High Speed Downlink Packet Access) See HSPA. , EV-DO (EVolution-Data Only) A 3G high-speed digital data service provided by cellular carriers worldwide that use the CDMA technology, including Verizon and Sprint in the U.S. EV-DO works on EV-DO cellphones as well as laptops and portable devices that have EV-DO modems. , TD-CDMA TD-CDMA Time Division - Code Division Multiple Access (3G standardized UTRAN technology) , and proprietary solutions like Qualcomm's FLASH-OFDM)
-- Timeline for WiMAX product availability
-- Spectrum availability and regulatory impact on WiMAX deployments
-- WiMAX fixed and mobile services and applications
-- Comparison of the WiMAX opportunity for service providers in the residential and business, rural and metropolitan, emerging and developed markets, as well as municipal networks
-- Vendors' perspective on the development of the WiMAX market and their product strategy for transitioning current customers to 802.16e WiMAX
-- Profiles of 23 major vendors
-- Drivers towards adoption of WiMAX, deployment timeline, services offered and market size in the largest markets worldwide
Extensive forecast (2006-2010) of WiMAX demand, service revenues and equipment revenues
Rest of the World
-- Argentina - Australia - Brazil - Canada - China - France - Germany - India - Italy - Japan - Korea - Mexico - Spain - UK - USA
For each market, the forecast includes:
-- Fixed and mobile broadband subscribers
-- Fixed and mobile WiMAX subscribers
-- Data and VoIP service revenues
-- Data revenues by market segment
-- Residential, business and mobile ARPU (Average Revenue Per User) A calculation often used to determine the overall value of an application. It is also used to rate particular customers, especially in the wireless space, by comparing someone's account to the overall average.
-- Equipment revenues
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