The hottest WiMAX users worldwide reach 13million

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On January 12, maravedis, a market analysis agency, pointed out in its 13th 4gcounts report that in the fourth quarter of 2010, the number of global WiMAX users increased by 3.7 million, and the cumulative number of WiMAX users has reached 13million. It is expected that there will still be 5.5 million new users in 2011

as of the fourth quarter of 2010, there were more than 600 WiMAX networks worldwide, and 274 products were certified and registered through wi or curve comparison and curve amplification Max forum, including 61 base station devices and 213 mobile WiMAX products

among the existing 13million users, the top 50 WiMAX operators have 8.34 million users. These figures show that WiMAX users are highly concentrated. Maravedis predicts that WiMAX users will reach 18.5 million and LTE users will reach 6.5 million by the end of 2011

in the 4G market, WiMAX and LTE are more considered to be competitive. Although LTE develops later than WiMAX, LTE has significantly higher staying power than WiMAX. At present, LTE is being sought after by global operators. It is expected that by the end of 2011, there will be 58 and 3 4G commercial services based on FDD and TDD standards worldwide, respectively. If trials are added, the number will reach 222 and 25

Esteban monturus, the co-author of this report, said that in the first half of 2011, more operators, including Europe, will introduce relevant LTE investment plans

in the field of TD-LTE, it is expected to have a good development. Recently, Indian operators are planning to use the recently allocated 2.3ghz spectrum for TDD LTE network deployment 3 Multi function formaldehyde detector: detect the content and release of formaldehyde. Recently, Qualcomm partnered with Ericsson to demonstrate the mobility of 2.3ghz TDD LTE in outdoor environments in India. In fact, in addition to China and India, operators in Germany and Malaysia will also be beneficial supporters of TD-LTE

"we believe that 55% of LTE operators will adopt FDD standards, and at the same time, 25% of operators will lose a part of the market to some extent and will adopt TDD and FDD hybrid deployment. Operators are studying TDD and FDD standards in order to find a better entry point, better integrate the two standards and provide better network services for users." Cintia Garza, head of 4gcounts, said. Communication industry news

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