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more The bundle World LTE markets – 5G initiatives & MBB spectrum includes two deliverables dealing with both LTE and spectrum issues:

1. A database (updated half-yearly): quantitative & qualitative data for 46 countries, 6 zones & world consolidated - 76 LTE operator sheets are also available. It gathers information about spectrum issues, technologies, revenue & subscriber data & forecasts up to 2020. It presents the current status of the main mobile broadband frequency bands and results of auction processes including allocation modes, prices paid by each licensee, quantity of spectrum acquired by player, technology, price paid per MHz per PoP for 10 years and detailed information on the regulatory status.

2. A report (updated half-yearly) providing you with the state-of-the-art regarding LTE: overview of dynamics in LTE markets up to 2020 by geographical area and by technology. It also provides you with analyses of the worldwide LTE market status, LTE pricing, new services, technological issues, recent pieces of news on spectrum allocations, spectrum prices comparison, roaming, chipsets and devices.
With regards to spectrum, latest developments in the field are highlighted. Information include the main evolutions of the regulatory framework, spectrum sharing issues and new radio technologies, 5G developments, mobile spectrum in Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Asia Pacific, North and South America, and Africa Middle East, and spectrum valuation.
New LEO Projects
Market report
more After a first wave of interest in the mid-1990s followed by several failures at the beginning of the 2000s, LEO constellations are again under the spotlight, with players such as SpaceX and OneWeb showing great ambition. These LEO constellations must bring reduced latency and increased capacity but how does it match with the market demand of today and tomorrow. How disruptive are LEO constellations and what place could they find in the telecom market...

• What makes LEO different from MEO and GEO satellites?
• Why would LEO constellations be more successful today than yesterday? What has changed?
• Which markets do LEO constellations target?
• What place will LEO have in the era of 5G?
• What challenges lie in building such constellations?
• Who will succeed? Who will have more difficulty?
5G and the verticals
Market report
more This study first introduces the concepts of 5G and the expected technical specifications that will provide new solutions to meet the requirements of vertical industries.

In a second stage, the report dives deep into the selected verticals that are most likely to leverage 5G technologies. It further identifies new expected services, requirements and trends for adoption.

Finally, the study gives an assessment of the patterns of 5G adoption in vertical markets up to 2025.
LTE for fixed access
Market report
more In developed countries, the deployment of superfast broadband (SFB) is today one of the hottest topics in connection with the convergence of fixed and mobile. Plans for replacing a landline with a mobile line are nothing new.

The substitution by LTE of fixed broadband started to be offered by mobile players two or three years ago in European markets.

Many players are jumping onto the bandwagon, displaying a variety of strategies in a fast-moving industry.
The business case for fixed LTE is clearly there – whilst rather limited in advanced countries, it is wide open in developing markets.

The key question is if fixed LTE technology is going to win the race against fibre and hybrid and, if so, when? Today, LTE for fixed access appears to be the least expensive option to provide medium speeds in rural areas. The option of hybrid solutions combining xDSL and LTE is becoming a worthy competitor.
DigiWorld Yearbook 2016
Market report
more Chaque année, le DigiWorld Yearbook est attendu par les acteurs pour sa synthèse unique de l'économie numérique et son éclairage sur les tendances clés. Pour le lancement de cette 16ème édition, notre équipe provoque un débat sur les avenirs possibles des secteurs clés de l'Internet, des télécoms et de la TV !
Key outcomes from WRC-15
Market report
more Spectrum is vital for many industries. Spectrum allocations are decided at a WRC.
At the most recent WRC, late in 2015, many hot topics were raised, including the allocation of new frequencies to International Mobile Tele-communications and to satellite services.
Globally, WRC-15 led to some very important conclusions. In the end, it delivered disappointing results for the mobile industry and satisfactory results for broadcasters and the satellite industry.

This report presents the major WRC-15 conclusions and outlines the hottest WRC-19 and WRC-23 key issues that will play a decisive role in the future of telecoms.
5G full steam ahead
Market report
more This report provides its readers with the state of the art regarding the 5G project:
• An overview and summary of the main international 5G initiatives
• The main criteria 5G should fulfill (eg. reduced latency, lower costs, adaptive network technology, ...) and for what reasons
• Needed evolution of RAN and Core network
• Spectral issues (beyond 6Ghz)
It then also draws a roadmap when, where and how 5G networks will be first deployed.
more This study examines the key radio technologies for mobile networks in the five years to come. 4G evolutions and 5G networks will integrate the major technological innovations described in this report and will allow the use of mobile technologies in unlicensed frequency bands and the support of a huge number of machines with optimised characteristics such as power consumption or reduced device cost.
Improvements in carrier aggregation support will enable mobile operators to fully exploit their spectrum asset and to provide higher data rates to their customers while expanding their network capacity. Improvements in antenna systems will enable higher spectrum efficiency, reduced interferences and operation of mobile systems in frequency bands above 6 GHz.
In the longer term, innovations in 3GPP Release 14 will focus on latency reduction, use of unlicensed spectrum by mobile networks, massive Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO) antenna use, active antenna systems and indoor positioning.
Further Releases will pave the way for 5G with use of spectrum above 6 GHz, improvements in signalling and control, work on new modulation schemes, 3D massive MIMO, cognitive radios and ultra-dense HetNets.
Small cells and Wifi offloading
Market report
more As mobile data proliferates so too does the demand for capacity and coverage.
Many options exist to cope with data surge. Small cell deployment and Wifi offloading are the main ones.
Small cells give the opportunity to come closer to the user and to offer a better coverage, indoors or outdoors at low cost.
Despite remaining technological hurdles, Wifi is a heavily deployed and cost-effective solution promoted by MNOs themselves for offloading, and by alternative players willing to eat into MNO revenues.

This report presents the state-of-the art of the small cell and Wifi opportunities to close the gap and highlights strategies at play. It also gives the flavour of future scenarios.
Les relais de croissance du satellite
Market report
more Les acteurs de l'industrie spatiale semblent confiants dans l'avenir du secteur, à en croire notamment les prévisions des constructeurs anticipant une vingtaine de commandes de satellites de télécommunications par an d'ici la fin de la décennie.

Cette étude vise à analyser les perspectives de croissance de trois segments de marché qui semblent particulièrement prometteurs, sources d'innovation et de croissance : l'Ultra-HD TV, la connectivité Internet haut débit et les télécommunications mobiles à bord des avions.
Pour chacun de ces segments de marché, le rapport vise à comprendre les arbitrages en termes de gammes de services, de stratégies d'acteurs, de modèles économiques et de solutions technologiques.
Les impacts attendus de ces segments de marché sur l'industrie spatiale sont également évalués sur la base de prévisions de marché à l'horizon 2020.

Cette étude répondra en particulier aux questions suivantes :
• L'avenir de la diffusion TV par satellite passera-t-il par l'Ultra-HD ?
• Les projets de constellations LEO se concrétiseront-ils et révolutionneront-ils le marché du haut débit par satellite ?
• Le marché de la connectivité à bord des avions représente-t-il un réel relais de croissance ou risque-t-il de souffrir de la concurrence des solutions terrestres, en particulier le LTE ?
Market report
more The WiFi-first concept emerged in 2014. It uses Wifi in conjunction with cellular connections.
Wifi has always been considered as disruptive by the cellular industry because it is a low-cost solution to provide nomadic access.
Despite remaining technological hurdles, Wifi has gained traction for many players willing to eat into MNOs' revenues by jumping into the cellular-nomadic business.

This report presents the state-of-the art on WiFi-first and highlights strategies at play in a business that unites companies from three distinct worlds: Mobile - Fixed - OTT
Public safety spectrum & systems
Market report
more PPDR usage worldwide is concentrated on a limited number of frequency bands. Among them, the 400 MHz is the most currently used for narrowband systems.
At the WRC-15 in November 2015, a decision is to be taken on allocation of frequencies for broadband PPDR spectrum. The 700 MHz is the best candidate at world level, with distinct scenarios being considered.

TETRA-like narrowband networks have served PPDR issues well in the last decade.
Major PPDR users and industry associations have defined LTE as the technology for broadband PPDR systems.

This report presents the considered pathways to broadband PPDR spectrum and systems for the next decade.
Marchés émergents d'Asie-Pacifique
Market report
more Ce rapport traite des principaux pays émergents d'Asie-Pacifique sur les marchés de la télévision et des télécommunications (principalement haut débit fixe et mobile).

Il apportera des éléments de réponse aux questions suivantes :
Comment sont structurés les marchés asiatiques ?
Quelles sont les dynamiques des marchés télécoms ?
Quelles sont les dynamiques des marchés TV ?
Quelles sont les grandes tendances observées sur ces marchés ?
Quelles stratégies sont entreprises par les opérateurs satellite ?

La dernière partie du rapport contiendra des prévisions à l'horizon 2018 sur les marchés de l'accès haut débit et de la télévision par satellite.
Voice over LTE
Market report
more This report provides an insight into the Voice over LTE market.
More specifically, we shall see the rationale for using the VoLTE solution rather than keep relying on good old circuit-switch technology, and understand exactly where mobile carriers are in terms of embracing it.
We shall thus discern the challenges that operators face in choosing this solution as well as the opportunities that it represents.
more New frequency bands are currently being allocated, or will be in the years to come, to mobile services and IMT technologies. Current LTE spectrum is fragmented, even if use of LTE is converging towards a few bands.

A number of bands below 6 GHz are candidates for IMT technologies in Europe and would be on the WRC-15 agenda. Other bands, above 6 GHz and potentially very high frequency bands, should also be considered.

This report presents the candidate bands for mobile use in Europe for WRC-15 and WRC-18, and regional and national examples.
LTE in the USA
Market report
more The USA is one of the most advanced LTE markets in the world in terms of subscribers, coverage, technology upgrades.
Based on our latest estimates, LTE subscriptions in the USA will reach 300 million at end 2018.
This report presents the deployment status of LTE in the USA and player strategies to reposition the LTE wireless business model.
more Terrestrial broadcasting plays a significant role in TV reception... but the UHF (Ultra High Frequency) band is highly coveted by the mobile industry.
Hybrid networks could provide an answer to spectrum scarcity in the UHF band.

This report presents the most likely scenarios for the UHF band and the role of hybrid networks between now and 2025.
Ultrafast broadband via Satellite
Market report
more This study reviews the current state of broadband markets in Europe and North America
It presents the latest developments observed on these markets and the emerging trends for consumer broadband
The potential of satellite broadband over these regions is analyzed in detail, as well as the strategies adopted by the main satellite players involved in this market.
Transports connectés par satellite
Market report
more Cette étude passe en revue les grands marchés de transports connectés : avions, bateaux et trains, en fournissant des données d'usage et de marché ainsi qu'une analyse des grands enjeux. L'étude vise aussi à évaluer en quoi le LTE constitue une menace et comment le satellite peut s'y préparer.
Nous ne considérons pas le marché des voitures, qui est par ailleurs traité dans une autre étude IDATE Connected Cars - Overview and trends.
Market report
more The TD-LTE ecosystem is still in its early days but the commercial launch by China Mobile in December 2013 is going to boost the TD-LTE market.
Our estimates for TD-LTE subscriptions in December 2013, based on the data from our LTE Watch service, indicate fewer than 3.5 million subscriptions.
This report presents the TD-LTE deployment status in the main markets (Japan, USA, China, Australia, India), the device ecosystem and the technical aspects of the TD-LTE ecosystem.
Marchés émergents d'Amérique latine
Market report
more Cet insight propose une synthèse des derniers développements des marchés de l'accès Internet Haut Débit et TV sur la zone Amérique Latine. Il offre un panorama des marchés actuels - services et usages - puis il analyse en profondeur les différentes grandes tendances perceptibles dans les secteurs des télécommunications et de l'audiovisuel. Enfin, il propose une vision prospective de l'IDATE avec des prévisions de marché à l'horizon 2017, en nombre d'abonnés ainsi qu'en nombre de répéteurs satellite.

Cet insight fait partie de notre service Satellite Watch qui comprend:
- une base de données Excel
- un Status Report
- des Insights trimestriels
- un accès direct aux experts Satellite
Connectivité en vol : satellite vs LTE
Market report
more Notre insight In-Flight Connectivity procure à ses lecteurs une synthèse des derniers développements du marché de l'accès Internet Haut Débit à bord des avions. Il offre un panorama du marché actuel - services et usages - puis il analyse les différents modèles économiques, détaille les solutions satellitaires existantes et propose une prospective à l'horizon 2017 prenant en compte notamment l'arrivée de solutions Air-To-Ground basées sur la technologie LTE.

Cet insight fait partie de notre service Satellite Watch qui comprend:
- une base de données Excel
- un Status Report
- des Insights trimestriels
- un accès direct aux experts Satellite

more In this report, IDATE identifies the latest developments and major trends in the broadband and ultra-fast broadband markets. After a detailed analysis of the various terrestrial networks and their coverage, it examines satellite technology and the opportunities for positioning it as a complementary service to terrestrial networks to reduce the digital divides that currently exist in Europe and Africa.
more This report spotlights telcos’ strategies regarding backhauling and fixed mobile convergence, how the transport network is evolving within the migration to all-IP and which choices telcos take to meet the increasing demand of bandwidth. The study analyses the evolution of backhaul networks, its investment control and the necessary implementation with the legacy infrastructure.



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