Research Brief

Operators offer further HSPA speed increases

, published: November 2007
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The mobile broadband market is developing rapidly and different wireless broadband technologies are available. HSPA services are commercially available around the world, especially in Europe, and HSPA is expected to account for more than 70 percent of the mobile broadband users in 2012. One of the primary technologies of the future is Long Term Evolution (LTE). A large group of telecommunications technology makers and network operators worldwide have joined forces to promote development of LTE. The LTE initiative heralds a new chapter for the mobile industry with network systems targeted to support mobile broadband peak data rates exceeding 100 Mbps. With the dominant technology currently and in the near future being HSPA, 4G technology roll-outs will most likely start in the 2010-2012 timeframe. The mobile operators will initially deploy 4G very slowly, relying on their HSPA networks to provide better coverage and increase the speed of its network.


Research Type Overview
Published 21 Nov 2007
Pages 4
File Type PDF
Size 64kb
Geographic Scope    World
Editions Internet, Mobile
Topics Technology development, Data services, 3G, Wholesale, HSPA, LTE

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