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Communications customers in emergency services, transportation, utilities, oil and gas, and other mission-critical sectors have exceptional requirements for quality of service. Suppliers must provide the highest levels of reliability, coverage, and advanced functionality. The transition from voice-centric operations to integrated voice and data applications involves complex decisions to protect sunk investments. This research service explains the migration roadmaps available to customers and highlights the solutions and propositions that are emerging in the European market.

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Executive SummaryResearch BackgroundKey FindingsKey Findings (continued)Market OverviewResearch Scope Critical Communications Users Definitions PMR Coverage RequirementsPMR Voice RequirementsKey Questions This Study Will AnswerMarket StatusPublic Safety PMR in Europe 2014PSOs in EuropeLimited InfluenceBudget ConstraintsCo-existence with PMRVendor RoadmapsMarket Drivers and RestraintsMarket Drivers OverviewMarket Restraints OverviewStandards Constraints ExplainedStandards Constraints Explained (continued)Spectrum Constraints Explained 700 MHz Spectrum Proposal for Europe 400 MHz LTEMobile Broadband—Some CertaintiesMobile Broadband Use CasesMobile Broadband—Typical Use CasesCrowdsourcing Use Case—Large Emergency Event Digital Information Repository (LEEDIR)Crowdsourcing Use Case—Large Emergency Event Digital Information Repository (LEEDIR) (continued)Mobile Broadband—Return on InvestmentMobile Broadband—Return on Investment (continued)Mobile Broadband—Return on Investment (continued)Use Cases—SummaryUse Cases—CaveatsSupplier LandscapeProducts and Services Europe’s PMR MarketMarket DynamicsMarket Dynamics (continued)Market Dynamics (continued)Mobile Broadband—Migration RoadmapsMigration Options—Early Market DevelopmentsEmergency Services Mobile Communication Programme (ESMCP)—United Kingdom’s ‘Mixed Economy’ESMCP—Benefits and RisksESMCP—£555 Million to £1.2 Billion OpportunityESMCP—MNOs’ PerspectiveAirwave Smart MobileASTRID Blue Light Mobile ASTRID Blue Light Mobile (continued) Rohill’s LTEtraNodeMigration Roadmaps EvaluationMigration Roadmaps—Implications for European PMRMigration Options—Early Market DevelopmentsMigration Options for Critical Communications UsersMigration Options for Critical Communications Users (continued)Migration Options for Critical Communications Users (continued)Migration Options for Critical Communications Users (continued)Risk Profile of Mobile Broadband OptionsThe Last WordMobile Broadband Timeline PredictionsRecommendationsLegal DisclaimerAppendixGlossary of Key TermsGlossary of Key Terms (continued)List of AcronymsThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue PropositionGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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