Multiple Options but no Clear Winner for Voice and SMS over LTE - Too Many Cooks Spoil the Broth!

Multiple Options but no Clear Winner for Voice and SMS over LTE - Too Many Cooks Spoil the Broth!

RELEASE DATE
07-Dec-2009
REGION
Europe
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Strategic Forecasting
Research Code: 9838-00-07-00-00
SKU: TE01630-NA-SF_13260
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Description

Despite the growth of LTE commitments worldwide, several pending issues exist: lack of support for voice and Short Message Services (SMS), incremental costs for backhaul capacity to support LTE data traffic, lack of sufficient spectrum allocation (a minimum of 20MHz) and a consensus of a globally harmonized frequency band for LTE deployment. Frost & Sullivan believes that the primary focus should be on the lack of support for voice and SMS services over LTE as it currently constitutes nearly 85 percent of global mobile service revenues. This research service focuses on multiple options for industry players to resolve this issue so operators do not risk deploying LTE networks without the promised cost-per-bit efficiency of LTE technology.

Table of Contents

Overview of the Mobile Broadband Market

Fragmentation of Voice and SMS Delivery over LTE

Introduction

Major Concerns with Circuit-Switched Fall Back

Introduction

Major Concerns with VoLGA

Introduction

Major Concerns with Fast Track

Introduction

Major Concerns with Mavenir and Acme Packet's MSC TAS/IMS Solution

Introduction

Major Concerns with VoSoIMS

Introduction

Major Concerns with One Voice

Conclusions

Despite the growth of LTE commitments worldwide, several pending issues exist: lack of support for voice and Short Message Services (SMS), incremental costs for backhaul capacity to support LTE data traffic, lack of sufficient spectrum allocation (a minimum of 20MHz) and a consensus of a globally harmonized frequency band for LTE deployment. Frost & Sullivan believes that the primary focus should be on the lack of support for voice and SMS services over LTE as it currently constitutes nearly 85 percent of global mobile service revenues. This research service focuses on multiple options for industry players to resolve this issue so operators do not risk deploying LTE networks without the promised cost-per-bit efficiency of LTE technology.
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Deliverable Type Strategic Forecasting
No Index Yes
Podcast No
Industries Telecom
WIP Number 9838-00-07-00-00
Is Prebook No