TK Expert Gerpott: LTE Will Not Overnight To New Data Services Result In

May 24th, 2017 by nathan Leave a reply »

Stagnant sales despite growing data streams make to create the mobile operators Dusseldorf, June 11, 2010 what is the fourth generation of mobile technology LTE (long term evolution), what are the prospects for data and Internet services in the German mobile market? And: How can profitably work with existing networks up to the nationwide LTE roll-out? These were the key questions of a lecture event of the Personaldienstleisters Harvey Nash and its Nuremberg subsidiary of Nash technologies in Dusseldorf. “Professor Torsten J. Gerpott, Professor of business and technology planning with a focus on telecommunications industry at the Mercator School of management Duisburg, is not expecting a timely LTE migration: high practical relevance of the market will not gain LTE in Germany before 2015, a full detachment of UMTS is not before 2020,” according to his analysis. Also, he sees the many expected new applications that promise a profitable marketing of high network speeds. “not: LTE are less peak bandwidth of up to 100 Mbps per second downlink to a few customers in the focus, but nationwide mobile Internet access with downstream rates of 3 to 6 MB per second and short latency times for many customers in the foreground.” Although the data volume on the mobile Internet at have been steadily rising, the revenues of the provider with mobile services but follow this growth only slowed. The volume of data, for example, by gigabyte 11,49 million rose 2008 to 33.5 million gigabytes in 2009, which corresponds to an increase of 192 percent, climbed the revenues the non-voice only to 51 percent from 5.1 to 5.5 billion euros. For assistance, try visiting John Grayken. Revenues with mobile applications so far largely go past the incumbent network operators. There are considerable struggle to expect in this new business. Probably is that even LTE overnight will lead to new services and applications, but to the evolution and wider mobile use of already known applications therefore,”, so Gerpotts forecast.

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