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4GCounts Webinar                                     Q3 2011 4G Statistics, Key                                  Performan...
Disclaimer All data contained in this presentation is proprietary to Maravedis Inc. The findings of this presentation are ...
Using the Webinar Interface  a) Attendee List (only your name)  b) Grab Tab – click arrow to open/close Control  Panel. Cl...
Commonly Asked Questions                         Can I obtain the slides?           Yes – Attendees will receive an email ...
Agenda                                  Key Events Q3 2011                          4G Spectrum Update 2H 2011            ...
4G Spectrum Update – 2H 2011                                    United Kingdom       Sweden                               ...
LTE Scenario Q3 2011                                                      36 Commercial LTE Networks                  206 ...
FDD LTE Trends Q3 2011•     Leading regions in terms of      FDD LTE subscribers :       1st - North America (USA)       2...
TD-LTE Trends Q3 2011          APAC, leading region in terms                              APAC, leading region in terms   ...
LTE RAN Infrastructure and Devices Trends Q3 2011        NSN-Motorola and Huawei had the lion’s share of awarded LTE cont...
WiMAX Device Trends - Q3 2011  The top 50 WiMAX operators tracked in 4GCounts accounted for 73.4% of  the total BWA/WiMAX ...
WiMAX Device Trends - Q3 2011 (cont.)   •Top 3 vendors among top 50 WiMAX operators are: NSN-Motorola, Samsung and   HTC. ...
WiMAX Base Station Trends - Q3 2011 GLOBAL METRICS: •   At the end of Q3 2011, the industry reported a total of 800,000 ba...
BROADBAND WIRELESS INTELLIGENCE    www.maravedis-bwa.com         © Copyright All Rights Reserved 2011 Maravedis Inc.
ConclusionsREGULATIONThe major steps that all regulators should consider following: 1) Start refarminganalog to digital s...
About 4GCountsThe only web-based service providing unparalleled granularity onglobal 4G deployments and business models4GC...
Contact Information                                         410 rue des Recollects, Suite 301                             ...
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During this webinar, the 4GCounts team will share the latest statistics and trends among the more than 100 4G operators covered in our leading 4GCounts.com service. The session provides a detailed review of meaningful and accurate analysis on applications, service offerings, ARPU, pricing and target markets. It also presents recent service provider deployments, traffic management and network investments

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  1. 1. 4GCounts Webinar Q3 2011 4G Statistics, Key Performance Indicators & Trends Presenters: Cintia Garza 4GCounts Team Lead & Market Analyst, CALA Maravedis Basharat Ashai Market Analyst, APAC & MEA Maravedis Adlane Fellah CEO MaravedisBROADBAND WIRELESS INTELLIGENCE www.maravedis-bwa.com © Copyright All Rights Reserved 2011 Maravedis Inc.
  2. 2. Disclaimer All data contained in this presentation is proprietary to Maravedis Inc. The findings of this presentation are the result of interviews and surveys conducted to the Top 100 4G operators, as well as an exhaustive analysis of the 4G industry, including regulators and equipment vendors. Do not distribute Maravedis Confidential Information to 3rd parties Do not distribute Maravedis Confidential Information outside of your licensed individual or location Do not publicly display Maravedis Confidential Information Maravedis Inc makes no warranties express or implied as to the results to be obtained from use of materials from this presentation and makes no warranties express or implied of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. Maravedis Inc shall have no liability to the recipient of this presentation to any third party for any indirect, incidental, special or consequential damages arising out of use of this information.BROADBAND WIRELESS INTELLIGENCE www.maravedis-bwa.com © Copyright All Rights Reserved 2011 Maravedis Inc.
  3. 3. Using the Webinar Interface a) Attendee List (only your name) b) Grab Tab – click arrow to open/close Control Panel. Click square to toggle Viewer Window between full screen/window mode. c) Audio pane – select audio format. Click Audio Setup to select Mic & Speakers. d) You can submit questions and review answers. Type your question and click Send to submit it to the organizer.BROADBAND WIRELESS INTELLIGENCE www.maravedis-bwa.com © Copyright All Rights Reserved 2011 Maravedis Inc.
  4. 4. Commonly Asked Questions Can I obtain the slides? Yes – Attendees will receive an email after the webinar with a link to download a PDF version of the presentation slides. This event is also being recorded. You will be sent a link to watch the recorded webcast within the next 2 business days. Where can I obtain more information about the research discussed today? For information, please visit the Maravedis website at www.maravedis-bwa.comBROADBAND WIRELESS INTELLIGENCE www.maravedis-bwa.com © Copyright All Rights Reserved 2011 Maravedis Inc.
  5. 5. Agenda Key Events Q3 2011 4G Spectrum Update 2H 2011 LTE Trends and Highlights Q3 2011 WiMAX Trends and Highlights Q3 2011 ConclusionsBROADBAND WIRELESS INTELLIGENCE www.maravedis-bwa.com © Copyright All Rights Reserved 2011 Maravedis Inc.
  6. 6. 4G Spectrum Update – 2H 2011 United Kingdom Sweden 800MHz , 2.6 GHz 1800 MHz Mexico 700MHz Venezuela France 1.7GHz, 2.1GHz, 3.5GHz 2.6 GHz South Korea 2.1 GHz, 1.8 GHz, 800 MHz Colombia 1.9GHz , India 1.7-2.1 GHz, 2.6GHz Brazil - 3.5GHz, 2.1 160MHz to be auctioned GHz Australia South Africa 700MHz and 2.5GHz Chile 2.6 GHz 2.6 GHz and 800 MHz Argentina – 800 and 1.9GHz Allocation Concluded in 2H 2011 Allocation Planned for 2012BROADBAND WIRELESS INTELLIGENCE www.maravedis-bwa.com © Copyright All Rights Reserved 2011 Maravedis Inc.
  7. 7. LTE Scenario Q3 2011 36 Commercial LTE Networks 206 November 2011 LTE Commitments 1. Telekom Austria 19. Mobile Telesystems – Q3 2011 2. Omnitel – Lithuania Uzbekistan 3. NetCom – Norway 20. Ucel l – Uz bekistan 4. Smart – Philippines 21. TDC – Denmark 5. Mobyland – Poland 22. Australia – Telstra 6. TeliaSonera – Denmark 23. Etisalat – UAE 25 181 7. EMT – Estonia 8. Elisa – Finland 24. AT&T – United States 25. Zain – Saudi Arabia TD-LTE FDD-LTE 9. Sonera – Finland 26. STC – Saudi Arabia 10. Telenor – Sweden 27. Mobily – Saudi Arabia 11. Tele2 – Sweden 28. Verizon Wireless – USA 12. TeliaSonera – Sweden 29. Bell Mobility – Canada LTE Commercial Deployments 13. Deutsche Telekom – 30. Rogers Wireless – Canada. Germany 31. O2 – Germany 164 14. Vodafone – Germany 32. LG U+ - South Korea 15. CSL (Telstra) – Hong Kong 33. SK Telecom – South Korea. 16. MetroPCS – USA 34. M1 – Singapore 61 17. Smart Communications – 35. LMT – Lithuania. Philippines 36. NTT Docomo – Japan 2 16 18. Aero2 – Poland 35 commercial LTE network launches (12 Oct 2011) 2009 2010 2011 2012 Maravedis Research & Global mobile Suppliers Association (GSA)BROADBAND WIRELESS INTELLIGENCE www.maravedis-bwa.com © Copyright All Rights Reserved 2011 Maravedis Inc.
  8. 8. FDD LTE Trends Q3 2011• Leading regions in terms of FDD LTE subscribers : 1st - North America (USA) 2nd - APAC (Japan and SK)• Lower subscriber uptake than expected in Europe despite large number of deployments (16).• First commercial deployments in MEA (Saudi Arabia & UAE).• No commercial deployments in CALA as of Q3 2011. Initial deployments to take place during Source: 4GCounts Operator Interviews. 1H 2012 in Mexico, Colombia and Puerto Rico. BROADBAND WIRELESS INTELLIGENCE www.maravedis-bwa.com © Copyright All Rights Reserved 2011 Maravedis Inc.
  9. 9. TD-LTE Trends Q3 2011 APAC, leading region in terms APAC, leading region in terms of TD-LTE commitments. of TD-LTE subscribers. Some things you must know about TD-LTE: 3 commercial TD-LTE networks to date: Aero2 (Poland), Mobily (Saudi Arabia) and STC (Saudi Arabia). Strong support of TD-LTE in APAC: Malaysia, Taiwan, Australia, South Korea, China and India. Volume production of TD-LTE handsets starting to materialize by the end of 2012. Smartphones available by 2013. Deployment timeline of TD-LTE by China Mobile is crucial for the success of TD-LTE globally.BROADBAND WIRELESS INTELLIGENCE www.maravedis-bwa.com © Copyright All Rights Reserved 2011 Maravedis Inc.
  10. 10. LTE RAN Infrastructure and Devices Trends Q3 2011  NSN-Motorola and Huawei had the lion’s share of awarded LTE contracts, with 29% and 26% respectively.  Huawei and Ericsson won contracts from Colombian operator UNE EPM for the deployment of an LTE network, expected to go live early next year.  Ericsson also signed a TD-LTE deal in India with Augere Wireless Broadband, with services to start next year.  Slow down in WiMAX RAN, but faster growth in LTE RAN.BROADBAND WIRELESS INTELLIGENCE www.maravedis-bwa.com © Copyright All Rights Reserved 2011 Maravedis Inc.
  11. 11. WiMAX Device Trends - Q3 2011 The top 50 WiMAX operators tracked in 4GCounts accounted for 73.4% of the total BWA/WiMAX device activated base. 95% were mobile WiMAX devices, 3.5% were fixed WiMAX devices and 1.5% were proprietary devices.BROADBAND WIRELESS INTELLIGENCE www.maravedis-bwa.com © Copyright All Rights Reserved 2011 Maravedis Inc.
  12. 12. WiMAX Device Trends - Q3 2011 (cont.) •Top 3 vendors among top 50 WiMAX operators are: NSN-Motorola, Samsung and HTC. •Handsets/smartphones have become the dominant 4G devices today, surpassing USB dongles and modems. •Tablets are taking off rapidly, and the trend in 2012 will be towards these devices.BROADBAND WIRELESS INTELLIGENCE www.maravedis-bwa.com © Copyright All Rights Reserved 2011 Maravedis Inc.
  13. 13. WiMAX Base Station Trends - Q3 2011 GLOBAL METRICS: • At the end of Q3 2011, the industry reported a total of 800,000 base station sectors installed • Among the Top 50 WiMAX operators, mobile WiMAX base stations sector installed base accounted for 84% • Among the top 50 WiMAX operators, Samsung has retained the leading position in terms of WiMAX base stations installedBROADBAND WIRELESS INTELLIGENCE www.maravedis-bwa.com © Copyright All Rights Reserved 2011 Maravedis Inc.
  14. 14. BROADBAND WIRELESS INTELLIGENCE www.maravedis-bwa.com © Copyright All Rights Reserved 2011 Maravedis Inc.
  15. 15. ConclusionsREGULATIONThe major steps that all regulators should consider following: 1) Start refarminganalog to digital spectrum 2) Take back unused spectrum from carriers that are notfully utilizing it 3) Do not allocate too much spectrum or an entire band in the handsof only one player.DEPLOYMENTSThe two largest markets in the world in terms of population, China and India, arepreparing for deploying TD-LTEDEVICESCarriers launching TD-LTE in 2011 and early 2012 will use devices such as USBdongles, data cards and routersBROADBAND WIRELESS INTELLIGENCE www.maravedis-bwa.com © Copyright All Rights Reserved 2011 Maravedis Inc.
  16. 16. About 4GCountsThe only web-based service providing unparalleled granularity onglobal 4G deployments and business models4GCounts is for...• Service Providers• Equipment Vendors• Financiers• Consultants and OthersInformation covered...• 4G Subscribers, ARPU and Revenues.• Service offerings.• Subscriber Forecasts.• Information on devices, base stations and backhaul• Breakdown of devices by vendor and standard.• Spectrum information• LTE & WiMAX Investment history.• And much more!!! Visit: www.4gcounts.comBROADBAND WIRELESS INTELLIGENCE www.maravedis-bwa.com © Copyright All Rights Reserved 2011 Maravedis Inc.
  17. 17. Contact Information 410 rue des Recollects, Suite 301 Montreal, QC, H2Y 1W2 CANADA   (305) 992-3196 (514) 313-5465 info@maravedis-bwa.com www.maravedis-bwa.comBROADBAND WIRELESS INTELLIGENCE www.maravedis-bwa.com © Copyright All Rights Reserved 2011 Maravedis Inc.
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