- Language: English
- Published: June 2013
- Region: Global
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International Cellular Networks
- ID: 552379
- February 2015
- Region: Global
- Telecom Publishing House
With over 2,000 cellular networks operating in over 230 countries around the world, mobile communications has become a major international business.
With cellular licences now being issued for the new standard, and mounting interest in established licences which are coming up for renewal, knowing who owns, operates, supplies and uses the world's mobile networks is key competitor and market intelligence.
Updated daily and available at outstandingly good value, the International Cellular Networks (ICN) database is accurate, detailed and user friendly; the result of more than 15 years of intensive research and editorial refinement.
When you need to investigate a specific network, operator or holding company in one part of the world, or across different regions, and you need to track ownerships, subscriber figures, network developments and regulatory changes, you need information that is reliable, current and exhaustive.
Only ICN offers you the range, extensive detail and competitive pricing system that you need:
The unique advantages of ICN are:
-Database updated DAILY;
-Over 15 years of research behind the data;
-Data split by region; and,
-Data split by network standard
Primary areas covered by ICN are:
-Complete global coverage of all cellular networks;
-Database is accessible anytime from anywhere;
-Enabling technologies and standards;
-Topical news - changes in ownership, finance, network development and regulatory change; and,
-Ownership at all levels to the ultimate corporate owner
ICN data is used by the world's leading independent consulting companies, security agencies, regulators,
operators and manufacturers
The documents in this database have been split into two sections comprising multiple views:
Database views: Networks
Groups networks into their respective countries.
Categorises networks into licence types.
Categorises networks by their immediate operator.
-By Start-up Date
Shows networks sorted by descending start-up date order.
Categorises networks by their immediate supplier.
Categorises networks by their operating standard.
-Hierarchical Operator Tree
Shows a full hierarchical company structure of operators.
-Hierarchical Supplier Tree
Shows a full hierarchical company structure of suppliers.
Database views: Regulators and Companies
-Regulators by Country
Groups regulators into their respective countries.
-Companies by Country
Groups companies into their respective countries.
-Companies by Name
Sorts companies by name.
-Companies by Owner
Categorises companies by their immediate owners. SHOW LESS READ MORE >