Mobile Broadband Forecasts for 2008-2015 – HSPA, HSPA+, EV-DO, LTE and WiMAX
New wireless broadband technologies offer operators the ability to support a broad range of fixed and mobile services. Many HSPA networks have been launched worldwide, and future enhancements, in the form of HSPA+ and LTE, are further enhancing cellular capabilities.
WiMAX offers an alternative means of providing fixed and mobile broadband services.
This report provides detailed global forecasts for wireless broadband subscriber numbers, revenue and ARPU for the period 2008-2015.
Forecasts are broken down by wireless broadband technology:
- HSPA and HSPA+
and by region:
- Western Europe
- developed Asia
- North America
- Eastern Europe
- the rest of the Americas
- the rest of Asia
- the rest of the world.
Questions answered by this report
- How many customers will broadband wireless technologies, including HSPA, HSPA+, EV-DO, LTE and WiMAX, attract?
- How much revenue and ARPU will these technologies generate?
- What is the status of each wireless broadband technology, and what will drive adoption and uptake in each region?
- How will WiMAX compare with cellular broadband technologies, in terms of take-up and revenue?
- What will be the regional differences in take-up of wireless broadband technologies?
- Is there a big opportunity for WiMAX in developed or developing regions?