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The coming LTE tenders offer Huawei the opportunity to win its first major US contracts
Globally, 42 operators have committed to launching LTE in 21 countries, with the first 15 to be launched in 2010
Vital and problematic for operators
Cellco builds out 3G, Wimax networks for long, hard slog
4G may be on the way, but mobile data charging models are still stuck in the Stone Age, says Herns Pierre-Jerome, Qualcomm's director of project management

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Analysys Mason
This paper evaluates the issues that are influencing mobile operators’ decisions about where and when to deploy LTE.
Qualcomm
This white paper focuses on the first and second step of the HSPA evolution and the enhancements that have been defined in 3GPP R7 and R8.
Cisco
With packet technology, mobile operators can scale their networks in a very cost effective manner and address the tremendous scaling and cost challenges brought by the rise of the mobile internet.
RAD Data Communications
How transport providers can realize the business opportunity of LTE with SLA assurance.
Broadband Forum
This white paper discusses how next-gen access technologies can both enable new services and still coexist with currently deployed broadband access infrastructure.

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John C. Tanner
LTE won't fare well as a fixed-broadband substitute where FTTH is delivering, say, 3D HDTV. LTE Advanced, on the other hand, could be a very different story
Jeremy Green/Ovum
As with the affairs of men, there is a tide in the affairs of mobile networks

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Steven Hartley and Julien Grivolas/Ovum
Now it must manage expectations
Pascal Deriot/Maravedis
Chipset vendors must balance R&D investments between a transition to LTE and a more integrated, cost-effective Wimax solution

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Deploying LTE means operators can ensure that their services become a must-have for consumers
Operators are turning to a cocktail of new remedies based on traffic management, but the wrong mixture can prove poisonous