4G Device Availability and Take-Up: Challenges in Emerging Asia-Pacific
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 36 Slides
|4G設備的利用可能性與引進:新興亞太地區課題 4G Device Availability and Take-Up: Challenges in Emerging Asia-Pacific|
|出版日期: 2016年06月15日||內容資訊: 英文 36 Slides||
"4G device adoption is likely to grow quickly in emerging Asia-Pacific, but there are still constraints on devices that support LTE using certain high- and low-band frequency combinations, TD-LTE and, in particular, VoLTE."
Operators in emerging Asia-Pacific (EMAP) must help to grow LTE device penetration in order to make best use of LTE network investments. In prepaid-dominated markets, there are a number of strategies that operators can use to drive LTE device penetration in order to overcome specific device supply challenges.
OPERATORS ARE STARTING TO OVERCOME THE BARRIERS TO LTE DEVICE GROWTH
Stephen Wilson (Principal Analyst) contributes research to our Fixed Networks and Wireless Networks research programmes. He joined Analysys Mason as a Senior Analyst in November 2012, having previously worked for Informa Telecoms & Media. Stephen has more than 5 years of experience of covering the telecoms industry and specialises in analysing fixed broadband access technologies and strategies, as well as developments in European telecoms markets across fixed and mobile sectors. He has produced reports on DSL acceleration technologies as well as regular updates on European markets, notably in Central and Eastern Europe. Stephen is a graduate in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from St Catherine's College, Oxford University.