4G and Beyond: Mobile Data has Erased the Digital Divide

 

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This paper explores the current capabilities of the 4G network infrastructure in the United States, looks at future developments, and explores the desirability of continuing to build telecommunication public policy on the proposition that there is a divide between the Internet haves and have-nots that needs to be bridged though governmental action. This work will be of interest to telecommunication companies, public policy professionals, legislators and regulators.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
2. Introduction
The Consumer Communications Market
3. The State of Mobile Data: 4G Deployments
4. Beyond 4G
5. Internet Access: What do Consumers Want?
6. Implications for Public Policy
7. The Last Word
8. About Stratecast
9. About Frost & Sullivan


List of Figures & Charts

1. The Consumer Communications Market
2. 4G Statistics
3. The Evolution to 5G


1. LTE vs Non-LTE Connections (U.S. 2014-2020)
2. Comparative Growth: Wireless vs. Fiber as a Percentage of the Population (North America 2007-2014)
3. Preference for Communication Services (North America, 2014)
4. Video Subscriptions (U.S. 2007-2015)
5. United States Broadband Subscriber Growth (2011 projection versus 2015 Actual)



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