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Research and Markets: 2014 Report "LTE Advanced & 5G - Ultrafast Mobile Broadband on its Way" Reveals Benefits and Challenges

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/sghb33/lte_advanced_and) has announced the addition of the "LTE Advanced & 5G - Ultrafast Mobile Broadband on its Way" report to their offering.

This study details what LTE-Advanced brings to Mobile Network Operators and how it will help overcome the challenges of providing higher throughputs to more users. After detailing operators' deployment strategies, it presents the different features of LTE-Advanced and its roadmap before dealing with what 5G could look like.

Operators' strategies are evaluated as well as the benefits and challenges which the features of LTE-Advanced help to overcome.

Companies Mentioned:

- A1 Telekom

- AT&T

- China Mobile

- CSL Hong Kong

- Dish Network

- EE

- Elisa

- Etisalat

- KT

- LG U+

- MegaFon

- NTT DOCOMO

- Optimus

- Optus

- Orange France

- SK Telecom

- Smart Communications

- SoftBank

- Sprint

- Telkom SA

- Telstra

- Tukcell

- T-Mobile

- Verizon Wireless

- Vodafone New Zealand

- Yota/Scartel

Equipment manufacturers

- Alcatel-Lucent

- Ericsson

- Huawei

- NSN

- Samsung

- ZTE

Device manufacturers

- Huawei

- LG

- Pantech

- Samsung

Chipset vendors

- Altair

- Broadcom

- Fujitsu

- HiSilicon

- Intel Mobile Communications

- NEC

- Nvidia

- Qualcomm

- Sequans

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/sghb33/lte_advanced_and.

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