LTE to top Wimax spending by 2011: IDC

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LTE to top Wimax spending by 2011: IDC

Staff writer  |   May 05, 2010
4G Insight Asia Edition
More than a dozen new networks are poised to go live this year and spending on long term evolution will exceed that on Wimax equipment by the end of 2011, a new research from International Data Corporation (IDC) shows.
Worldwide LTE infrastructure revenues will settle at just below $8 billion by 2014.
The commitment level to LTE is high with more than 100 operators publicly supporting it, including nine of the 10 largest mobile operators worldwide.
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