Published on : Sep 29, 2016
ALBANY, New York, September 29, 2016: The demand for high bandwidth is growing considerably across the globe. The use of LTE as a perfect alternative to fixed services is a common topic today. But the question is, will LTE be a perfect replacement for fixed-line services and will it be suitable only for small homes and businesses? In developed nations, the use of superfast broadband services is increasing owing to the convergence of mobile and fixed landline. Plans to replace fixed landlines with mobile connections are not new. In Europe, three years back, mobile players started to offer LTE as a substitute to fixed lines. Now, the business of LTE is clear. Although the use of LTE is limited in developed nations, it is being widely adopted by developing market, states a report added by ResearchMoz.us to its repository.
The report, titled “LTE for fixed access,” gives a clear picture of the growing adoption of LTE, as a substitute to fixed lines. The report highlights the factors driving the use of LTE and the factors restricting its use. As per the findings of the report, the use of LTE is expected to increase owing to its better coverage as compared to fixed lines. However, blind spots still continue to hamper rural LTE coverage. This is a factor expected to challenge the key LTE service providers.
The research further highlights key technical solutions and also explains the factors that make fixed LTE different from traditional mobile LTE. Key companies offering LTE services are taking efforts to adopt new strategies. CDMA2000 players are aiming to migrate to LTE 450 for survival. PHS/WiMAX players are also aiming to migrate towards TD-LTE. As LTE is expected to replace fixed lines, it is likely to motivate key players to deal with mobile service providers. LTE is being used as a complement to DSL, which is expected to enlarge the possible market for integrated players.
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As technology advances further, key players offering LTE for fixed and mobile services are expected to introduce new varieties. Wireless internet is offering a richer and better experience to the LTE service providers. Technology is expected to be successful in achieving the desired goals of LTE services of becoming a substitute to fixed broadband. Key companies are taking full advantage of advanced technologies to wide open their service options. With this, key companies are expected to maintain their dominance throughout the forecast period. However, considering the opportunities in the market, many new LTE service providers are predicted to enter the mainstream. This will make the market highly competitive, state the analysts.
Key companies are concentrating on offering hybrid solutions to match the changing trends and needs of the patrons. The hybrid solutions of combining LTE with xDSL is expected to be worth in the market.
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